Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory

A frozen landscape of research

Glen ListonDuring the fourth International Polar Year of 2007-2009, thousands of scientists from more than 60 countries are conducting more than 200 expeditions or projects on physical, biological, and social issues in the Arctic and Antarctic.

Liston joins CSU scientists and faculty who conduct International Polar Year related research in other areas including Diana Wall, Edward Ayres, John Moore, Breana Simmons, and Matthew Wallenstein from the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory; Shane Kanatous, Department of Biology; and Ken Reardon, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. "The research being done at the poles will advance our understanding as to how these frigid ecosystems are tied to our lives and how their climate and hydrology affect the world," Wall says.

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