My research focuses on the chemistry and physics of plants, soils, and the atmosphere, and how our environment responds to global changes - including increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, warming, precipitation changes, and pollution. My current research is focused on California agriculture.
I look for patterns of biogeochemistry (the study of biology, geology, and chemistry) and test my hypotheses about what factors drive these patterns using dynamical modeling. I also use models to make predictions about ecosystem responses to global change.
Contact me at alison dot marklein at gmail dot com
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