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Laurie Carr Studies Tundra Biodiversity in Alaska
5 June - 24 June 2004


TREC teacher Laurie Carr visited the arctic tundra north of the Brooks Range in Alaska. Laurie helped with identifying arctic plants and worked with experimental plots around the Toolik Field Station alongside Michelle Mack from the University of Florida and the other research team members in order to investigate how arctic plants might respond to global change. This ongoing research focuses on understanding how changes in biodiversity affect the responses of arctic ecosystems to factors such as climate warming or nitrogen pollution.

Click on the menu items on the left to learn about the project and interact with the team members:
  • Research Project: Learn more about Toolik Field Station, the research project and host researcher, and Laurie Carr, the TREC teacher
  • Teacher's Journal: Find about more about Laurie and read her journal from the field
  • Ask the Teacher: Message board where you can ask Ms. Carr questions about the project and her adventures
  • Photo Album: Find pictures of the research team, the local environment, and adventures in northern Alaska here




Toolik Lake: Plant Diversity - Teacher's Journal
Posted: Sat Sep 18, 2004 9:25 pm by Laurie_Carr
APES and ARCUS

Acronyms abound! Once defined one may ask what Advanced Placement Environmental Science and Arctic Research Consortium of the United States have to do with one another.
In June, I ...

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Toolik Lake: Plant Diversity - Ask the Teacher
Posted: Mon Jun 14, 2004 3:06 pm by Anonymous
hello Ms.Carr how is everything going? we are haveing fun finishing out the year (not). The kids are being good for Mr.scott and we are excited for summer! I hope you haveing a great time and have ...

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