The Northern Ecosystems Research for Undergraduates (NERU) program focuses on the impacts of climate change on ecosystems in Northern Sweden. NERU is a collaboration between the University of New Hampshire and the Abisko Scientific Research Station. Students spend time at both institutions. Read more…

 

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2014 NERU Program:
June 9 - Aug. 8, 2014

Research Areas
  • Greenhouse gas emissions from subarctic peatlands and lakes
  • Using stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes to identify biogeochemical processes
  • The role of fungi in nutrient cycling and weathering in sub-Arctic ecosystem
  • Examining fungivory in reindeer or small mammals
  • Microbial physiology response to temperature in subarctic and temperate ecosystems

REU Research . . .
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NERU Student
BLOG:

July 2013,
Abisko, Sweden
Read the blog...
  On YouTube:
Christer Jonasson on Climate Change Research at Abisko. Video on YouTube...
  Welcome to our NEW 2014 Students
Meet our newest students, the NERU class of 2014…
  NERU at AGU
NERU students present at Fall 2013 AGU mtg. Meet the 2013 students…

  Blogspot Video:
Undergrad. Jacki Amante describes her research at Abisko Scientific Research Station. Video...