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Dr. Jim Bever has joined KU as a Distinguished Foundation Professor of Ecology. He holds a joint appointment in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the Kansas Biological Survey.
Dr. Christoph Lehmeier attends the 2015 AGU meeting
Professor Billings and colleagues have published a review paper in SOIL, a new, open access publication from the European Geophysical Union.
Dr. Christoph Lehmeier has re-joined the Billings lab as a Research Associate.
KJ Min, Ph.D. candidate in Prof. Billings' lab, has earned a scholarship from the Critical Zone Observatory network to attend a soils course in Australia.
KJ Min, Ph.D. aspirant in Sharon Billings' lab, published her paper "Differential effects of pH on temperature sensitivity of organic carbon and nitrogen decay" in Soil Biology and Biochemistry (76: 193-200).
Kyungjin (KJ) Min, a Ph.D. student with Dr. Sharon Billings, received a scholarship from the Association of Women in the Geosciences.
Dr. Sharon Billings, Dr. Kate Buckeridge, Kyungjin Min, and Julia Yang all attended the 2013 AGU meeting in San Francisco.
Sharon Billings is part of a newly-funded effort to help establish a new Critical Zone Observatory at the Calhoun Experimental Forest in South Carolina, USA. A team of investigators at multiple universities, including KU, and lead by Duke University's Dr. Daniel Richter has been awarded a five-year grant to investigate ...
The new, NSF-funded greenhouse complex at the KUFS is now complete! Investigators are beginning to apply to use the new facility. It is comprised of a fully climate-controlled greenhouse, a three-season greenhouse, and a headhouse. The facility's construction provides a means for investigators to develop experiments in a more controlled ...