CAITLIN WHITE ,  Graduate Student  Education MS, MPA, Indiana University, Bloomington; BA, University of California, San Diego  Research Interests: plant community ecology, restoration ecology, quantitative ecology. California Rangeland Project   caitlin.t.white@colorado.edu

CAITLIN WHITE, Graduate Student

Education MS, MPA, Indiana University, Bloomington; BA, University of California, San Diego

Research Interests: plant community ecology, restoration ecology, quantitative ecology. California Rangeland Project

caitlin.t.white@colorado.edu

CLIFF BUENO DE MESQUITA, Postdoctoral Fellow   Education: BA, Middlebury College, 2014. PhD CU Boulder, 2019.  Research Interests: Plant community ecology, soil microbial ecology, biogeography, biogeochemistry, climate change, N deposition, conservation biology. Niwot Ridge Long-term Ecology Project,   cliff.buenodemesquita@colorado.edu

CLIFF BUENO DE MESQUITA, Postdoctoral Fellow

Education: BA, Middlebury College, 2014. PhD CU Boulder, 2019.

Research Interests: Plant community ecology, soil microbial ecology, biogeography, biogeochemistry, climate change, N deposition, conservation biology. Niwot Ridge Long-term Ecology Project,

cliff.buenodemesquita@colorado.edu

ISABEL SCHROETER,  Graduate Student  Education : B.S., University of California, Berkeley, 2015.  Research Interests : plant community ecology, riparian restoration, climate change, restoration ecology, citizen science. Montane Restoration Project.   isabel.schroeter@colorado.edu

ISABEL SCHROETER, Graduate Student

Education : B.S., University of California, Berkeley, 2015.

Research Interests : plant community ecology, riparian restoration, climate change, restoration ecology, citizen science. Montane Restoration Project.

isabel.schroeter@colorado.edu

 
JANE G. SMITH, Research Associate   Education PhD, New Mexico State University, 2014; BA/BS, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2005  Research Interests: Ecosystem ecology, biogeochemistry, soil organic carbon and carbon cycling, botany, alpine plants. Niwot Ridge Long-term Ecology Project,   jane.g.smith@colorado.edu

JANE G. SMITH, Research Associate

Education PhD, New Mexico State University, 2014; BA/BS, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2005

Research Interests: Ecosystem ecology, biogeochemistry, soil organic carbon and carbon cycling, botany, alpine plants. Niwot Ridge Long-term Ecology Project,

jane.g.smith@colorado.edu

JULIE LARSON, Graduate student   Education : MS Oregon State University (2013), BS University of Michigan (2011)  Research Interests: Functional ecology, community ecology, invasion/restoration ecology, seed and seedling ecology, comparative ecology. Colorado grasslands.   julie.e.larson@colorado.edu

JULIE LARSON, Graduate student

Education : MS Oregon State University (2013), BS University of Michigan (2011)

Research Interests: Functional ecology, community ecology, invasion/restoration ecology, seed and seedling ecology, comparative ecology. Colorado grasslands.

julie.e.larson@colorado.edu

LAUREL BRIGHAM, Graduate student   Education: BS, University of California, San Diego, 2016.  Research Interests: Plant community ecology, plant-microbial interactions, climate change. Niwot Ridge Ecology Project.   Laurel.Brigham@colorado.edu

LAUREL BRIGHAM, Graduate student

Education: BS, University of California, San Diego, 2016.

Research Interests: Plant community ecology, plant-microbial interactions, climate change. Niwot Ridge Ecology Project.

Laurel.Brigham@colorado.edu