ESA Ecophys Section

Positions in Physiological Ecology and Related Areas

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The Jackson Lab is moving to Stanford University's School of Earth Sciences
Nicholas School of the Environment

Rob Jackson's Laboratory

Duke University

Department of Biology

Robert B. Jackson
Nicholas School of the Environment,
Division of Earth and Ocean Sciences
and Department of Biology
Duke University
Box 90338 / rm 3311 French FSC
124 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708-0338 USA

(919) 660-7408 (phone)
(919) 660-7293 (fax)
jackson at duke.edu

Ecology and Global Change Research

The Jackson lab examines the different ways that people affect the Earth. We do basic and applied research on carbon, water, and nutrient cycling, plant and microbial ecology, and global change. Our goal is to build predictive, scientific frameworks that help guide policy solutions for global warming and other environmental problems. We use the tools of molecular biology, biogeochemistry, and environmental sciences at sites ranging from caves in the southwestern United States to the grasslands and forests of Argentina and Uruguay.
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Weekend Mischief by Rob Jackson