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Rogers, Brendan Assistant Scientist


Dr. Rogers is interested in how high latitude terrestrial ecosystems are impacted by climate change in terms of their functioning, species compositions, and fluxes of energy, carbon, and water, and how these responses will feedback to the climate system. Much of this work has focused on disturbance regimes, particularly fire, as these are mechanisms by which ecosystems change abruptly. Dr. Rogers uses a combination of fieldwork, remote sensing, land surface models, and climate models to investigate these biogeochemical and biophysical interactions. Dr. Rogers holds a Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine.

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