The Ecosystems Center conducts research in projects from Alaska, Sweden and Russia in the Arctic to the Antarctic, from the streams and pastures of Brazil to the estuaries of New England... More>>>
The Ecosystems Center is actively involved in education in a variety of ways. In addition to teaching in the Semester in Environmental Science, center scientists serve as adjunct professors and advisors in the Brown-MBL Graduate Program, members of doctoral committees and mentors for postdoctoral scientists and undergraduate interns... More>>>
Valiela, I., L. Camilli, T. Stone, A. Giblin, J. Crusius, S. Fox, C. Barth-Jensen, R. Oliveira Monteiro, J. Tucker, P. Martinetto, and C. Harris. 2012. Increased rainfall remarkably freshens estuarine and coastal waters on the Pacific coast of Panama: Magnitude and likely effects on upwelling and nutrient supply. Global and Planetary Change 92-93: 130–137.
Ducklow, H. W., O. Schofiled, M. Vernet, S. Stammerjohn, and M. Erickson. 2012. Multiscale control of bacterial production by phytoplankton dynamics and sea ice along the western Antarctic Peninsula: A regional and decadal investigation. Journal of Marine Systems 98-99: 26-39.
Barrett, K., A. V. Rocha, M. J. van de Weg, and G. Shaver. 2012. Vegetation shifts observed in arctic tundra 17 years after fire. Remote Sensing Letters 3(8):729-736.
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