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New Post-Doctoral Position with PBGJAM Group Available

IRSTEA Grenoble & Duke University invite postdoctoral applications for analysis of climate change effects on ecological communities.

4th National Climate Assessment Released

Earth’s climate is now changing faster than at any point in the history of modern civilization, primarily as a result of human activities.

Duke group to study response of communities to Climate Change

Duke researchers awarded AIST grant from NASA to create generative models to forecast community reorganization with Climate Change.

Ecosystem Interactions Control Spring Green-Up

A warming climate is altering spring green-up. Seyednasrollah, using remote sensing and a new approach that quantifies the rate of green-up.

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PBGJAM is a collaborative project with financial and logistical support from the following partners