New MS student Peter Ganzlin joins the lab, studying long-term effects of forest restoration treatments on ecosystem function. Welcome, Peter!
Former students Adrienne Keller and Megan Keville publish their thesis work in Soil Biology & Biochemistry and PLoS ONE, respectively. Nice job Adrienne and Megan!
I am currently seeking one new Ph.D. student interested in studying tropical ecosystem biogeochemistry to begin in the spring of 2014. For more info, please click HERE.
I am now a member of UM's new Systems Ecology Graduate degree program. Learn more about student opportunities in the program HERE.
Welcome to the Soil Biogeochemistry Lab at UMT
We are interested in how terrestrial ecosystems function, how they are being affected by human activities, and the consequeces of environmental change for both humans and the ecosystems that we depend on.
Work in the Soil Biogeochemistry Lab spans a wide range of disciplines from soil biogeochemistry to microbial ecology to ecosystem science, and our projects vary in scale from plot-level studies investigating the effects of disturbance and global change on ecosystem processes to large-scale analyses of the biogoechemical cycles of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus.
For more information on our research, please click HERE
For questions about the research we do, or for information about opportunities in the lab, please email Cory.Cleveland@umontana.edu
Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska
Howler monkeys, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
For questions about the research we do, or for information about opportunities in the lab, please contact me directly.
Phone: 406-243-6018 | Fax: 406-243-6656