Amy Churchill

Amy Churchill CV

PhD 2017

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Education

  • PhD: University of Colorado Boulder, 2017
  • MS: University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2011
  • BS, BA: Stonehill College, 2008

Contact Information

(Office) 303 492-7379

Specialty

Examining the interactions between plant communities and ecosystem functions in alpine systems perturbed through anthropogenic deposition of nitrogen.

Bio

See more about my PhD projects, undergraduate advising, and previous research on my personal web site.

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FeaturedPublications

Ratajczak, Z., Amy Churchill, Ladwig, L. M., Taylor, J. H., Collins, S. L/. 2019: The combined effects of an extreme heatwave and wildfire on tallgrass prairie vegetation. Journal of Vegetation Science, 30(4): 687-697. DOI: 10.1111/jvs.12750

Watkins, J. E., Jr., Amy Churchill, Holbrook, N. M. 2016: A site for sori: Ecophysiology of fertile-sterile leaf dimorphy in ferns. American Journal of Botany, 103(5): 845-855. DOI: 10.3732/ajb.1500505

Ladwig, L. M., Ratajczak, Z. R., Ocheltree, T. W., Katya HafichAmy Churchill, Frey, S. J. K., Fuss, C. B., Kazanski, C. E., Munoz, J. D., Petrie, M. D., Reinmann, A. B., Smith, J. G. 2016: Beyond arctic and alpine: The influence of winter climate on temperate ecosystems. Ecology, 97(2): 372-382. DOI: 10.1890/15-0153.1

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