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 Univ. of N.H. and the Abisko Scientific Research Station. Students spend time at both institutions. Read more…


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Summer Symposium
Aug. 8, 2014, 1-3pm
Morse Hall Atrium
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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

Our Collaborators

Patrick Crill  
Scott Saleska  
Patrick M. Crill
Professor of Biogeochemistry
Department of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University


Scott Saleska
Associate Professor of Ecology, University of Arizona. He directs the ISOGENIE project located in part at Abisko Scientific Research Station.

National Science Foundation

Abisko Scientific Research Station

University of New Hampshire