To understand how global change is happening today, a Kansas State University professor is looking back 10,000 years at nitrogen availability in forest and grassland ecosystems.
Kendra McLauchlan, assistant professor of geography, is receiving a nearly $440,000 National Science Foundation CAREER Award to examine contrasts in vegetation history among three sites and to reconstruct past changes in nitrogen cycling and other ecosystem properties. McLauchlan is the sixth K-State professor this year to receive the award.
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