BA (Colgate), MA (Princeton), PhD (Princeton)
College Lecturer, Director of Studies
- College Lecturer in Natural Sciences Biological
- Director of Studies in Natural Sciences Biological (Part IB)
- Postgraduate Mentor
- University Assistant Professor in Plant Sciences
How do ecosystems respond to changes in disturbance regimes, such as fire suppression in naturally burning savannas, or more frequent burning in forests that only burned periodically? What fundamental processes govern the responses of ecosystems to these changes, such as the role of soil properties and plant community composition? These are some of the questions that our lab seeks to understand. We ground our work in experimental research, taking advantage of the diverse sets of fire manipulation experiments across the globe combined with the advances in ecosystem models.
Adam’s work on fire ecology was featured on the University website.