cryosphere

Edwards, Robert L.

Project Manager
Land Resources & Environmental Sciences
MSU-Bozeman

MS 1985, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Curriculum in Ecology.
SB 1978, Cornell University. Ecology and Systematics.
I have worked in a technical capacity with a broad array of ecosystem research, from upland catchments to pelagic oceans, centering on interdisciplinary, process-oriented ecology.

Pederson, Gregory

Research Ecologist
Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center
U.S. Geological Survey

My research is focused primarily on climate variability and its role in driving biological and physical components of mountainous ecosystems of western North America. In addressing these issues I use instrumental and tree-ring based records of climate to assess the time intervals and spatial scales over which these processes operate. Of particular interest is the influence of interdecadal climate regimes, long-term temperature trends, and ocean-atmosphere teleconnections in driving observed changes in mountain snowpack, streamflow, glaciers, and forest disturbance events.

Skidmore, Mark

Associate Professor
Earth Sciences
Montana State University - Bozeman

My research investigates the fundamental role of biogeochemical processes in elemental (C, N, P, S and Fe) cycling in the cryosphere.

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