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Duncan Menge
Assistant Professor, E3B

Research and teaching interests: Ecosystem ecology, theoretical ecology, biogeochemistry, evolutionary ecology, global change science, complex systems science, plain old ecology.  CV

Contact: dm2972[at]columbia[dot]edu, (212) 854-6889
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Ph.D. student, E3B

Research interests: My research interests surround the environ- mental conditions that influence plant growth and how plants, in return, can influence those environmental conditions.  My pre- vious work has focused on applying plant nutrient acquisition via fine root foraging strategies and mycorrhizal fungi associations to ecosystem-level cycling of carbon and nitrogen.  CV, website
TB picTom Bytnerowicz
Ph.D. student, E3B

Research interests: My research interests generally fall into the categories of biogeochemistry and plant community ecology. They include the effects of nitrogen fixers on ecosystems, the cycling of nutrients through ecosystems, competition between plant species, and the interactions between plant species and their environments.  CV
AQ picAndrew Quebbeman
Ph.D. student, E3B
EL pic Wenying Liao (Eleen)
M.A. student, E3B

Research interests: Interactions among plants, their associated organisms, and abiotic processes, and how these affect nitrogen cycling in terrestrial ecosystems.  One focus of my research is the nitrogen paradox in temperate vs. tropical forests: I am investigating several possible explanations of the paradox, including the vertical nitrostat model and biological fixation strategies.  CV
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Lab alumniVisiting students
Kealohanuiopuna Kinney

Interns
Elizabeth Min
Franklin Roman-Rodriguez
Emily Stuchiner

Undergrads
Taylor Hains




Menge Lab, E3B department, Columbia University
dm2972[at]columbia[dot]edu
, (212) 854-6889
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