Adam Langley, Biology, Villanova University
In the Global Change Ecology lab we explore how ecosystems respond to change and can feed back to either dampen or exacerbate global changes such as rising CO2, nutrient pollution and climatic warming. We’re most interested in how plants and microbes respond because they have the largest influence on the what happens in ecosystems.
Currently seeking motivated undergraduate and graduate students!
If interested in working with the lab contact: email@example.com
A few weeks of mangrove growth from a time lapse series.