Author Archives: emilyfarrer

Global change talk at Middle School

I was invited to give a talk at The Renaissance International School in Oakland, CA. I talked with middle schoolers about how global change and land use change are causing woody encroachment in the alpine.

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SEEDS mentor at ESA 2014

I was a SEEDS mentor at ESA this year. SEEDS (Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity and Sustainability) is a program which aims to increase diversity in the ecology profession and promote underrepresented students to participate and pursue careers in ecology. A photo of … Continue reading

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Undergrad presents poster at Cal Day

Luke Tillmann, an undergrad whom I have been mentoring, presented a poster titled Topographically Controlled Vegetation Dynamics in the Colorado Rocky Mountains at Cal Day, April 2014. This independent research is the topic of his senior thesis, and he is currently working on … Continue reading

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Cover of American Journal of Botany

My photo of our global change experiment at Niwot Ridge got on the cover of American Journal of Botany (second photo down on the left)!  It is the July 2013 Special Issue on Global Biological Change. The photo shows the warming … Continue reading

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Niwot LTER video

Niwot Ridge LTER research promo video and interviews with researchers (including me!).

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UMBS Douglas Lake Report

Featured in the University of Michigan Biological Station Douglas Lake Report (page 3)

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LSA Magazine (University of Michigan)

Featured in LSA Magazine (University of Michigan): Dirty (Green) Jobs

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