|Sponsor / Project
|Alaskan boreal forests
PalEON - A PaleoEcological Observatory
Network to Assess Terrestrial Ecosystem Models. Co-PI, funded through
the National Science Foundation MacroSystems Biology Program.
||Coordination network, global
NOVUS project for integrating Paleo- and Neo-ecology.
through the National Science Foundation's Research
Coordination Network Program.
Rocky Mountains, Tasmania Australia, New Zealand
and consequences of altered fire regimes in the face of climate and
land-use change in Australia, New Zealand, and the western U.S. Co-PI, funded through
the National Science Foundation's Program for International
Research and Education.
||Alaskan and Canadian Arctic
paleoecological analysis and ecological modeling to
elucidate the responses of tundra fire regimes to climate change. Co-PI, funded through
the National Science Foundation's Arctic System Science
||Alaskan Boreal Forests
||Impacts of climate change
on the boreal-forest fire regimes of Alaska: lessons from the past and
prospects for the future. Post-doctoral
and ongoing research, funded through the National Science
Foundation's Arctic System Science Program: ARC-0612366 to F. S. Hu et
regimes in tundra ecosystems to inform a management-oriented ecosystem
research funded through the Joint Fire Science Program,
06-3-1-23 to F. S. Hu et al.
||Rocky Mountain National Park,
||Spatial and temporal
evolution of late Holocene fire regimes in subalpine forests, Rocky
Mountain National Park, Colorado. Post-doctoral
and ongoing research funded through a National Park Ecological Research
Fellowship program and the National Park Service.
||South-central Brooks Range,
||Late Glacial and Holocene
Fire History in the South-central Brooks Range, Alaska: Direct and
Indirect Impacts of Climatic Change on Fire Regimes. Dissertation research, funded
through the National Science Foundation, OPP-01121586 to L. B.
Brubaker et al. and a Graduate Research Fellowship to PEH.
regimes with charcoal and pollen from small hollows: a calibration with
tree-ring records of fire. Masters
research funded through the National Science Foundation, to L.
Brubaker and D. G. Sprugel, and a Graduate Research Fellowship to PEH.