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About Jennifer L. Morse

As an ecologist and biogeochemist, Dr. Morse aims to understand ecosystem responses to environmental change and disturbance, particularly in relation to ecosystem services (water quality, carbon sequestration, and greenhouse gas emissions).
Her research addresses questions of nutrient cycling and greenhouse gas emissions in a variety of ecosystems, including forests in the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study, freshwater marshes in the Chesapeake Bay, urban lawns and streams in the Baltimore Ecosystem Study, and restored coastal wetlands in North Carolina. This work has been used to better understand wetland restoration and water quality, the impacts of a tsunami on coastal vegetation, and the influence of winter climate change on urban grasslands and northern forests.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Portland State University Environmental Science and Management
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Fellow, Portland State University Institute for Sustainable Solutions
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • Research Stimulus Award, Institute for Sustainable Solutions, 2013



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