Welcome to the Ignace Lab!
We are broadly trained ecophysiologists studying the world’s most pressing environmental problems. Our goal is to answer one question: How does global change affect ecosystem function?
Lab News & Announcements
New collaboration for summer 2019
The Ignace Lab has a new project at Harvard Forest: “The future of the Harvard Forest - Tree seedlings of Prospect Hill”. I will be mentoring REU students along with collaborators from Bryn Mawr College, Wellesley College, Darthmouth College, and UC Davis.
Read the project summary on the Harvard Forest website ➔
The lab is growing!
The Ignace Lab has six new students! Stay tuned for updates on their projects and profiles.
Our research featured in the Gazette!
11/12/18 “From deserts to temperate forests: Understanding how invasive species affect ecosystem function” Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
Decline of a foundation tree species due to invasive insects will trigger net release of soil organic carbon
Read the full published article in Ecosphere ➔