Michelle Mack is a Professor in the Center for Ecosystem Science and Society at Northern Arizona University. She is an ecologist who studies the impacts of climate-sensitive disturbances, such as wildfire, on the carbon dynamics of arctic and boreal ecosystems. Her work includes two decades of field research at the NSF-funded Boreal and Arctic Longterm Ecological Research sites. She has produced more than 100 peer-reviewed publications in high-profile journals such as Nature and Science. She graduated from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, with a concurrent BS-BA in Biology and Literature, and received a PhD in Integrative Biology from the University of California-Berkeley. Her arctic experiences started when she held an NSF postdoctoral-fellowship at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She spent 12 years on the Biology faculty at the University of Florida before moving to Northern Arizona University.
2018 LTER All Scientists' Meeting
2018 NSF LTER Symposium: Understanding Our Ocean Connections
The Grasshopper Sparrow - Breeding Nomad of the Grassland Prairie
Grow with the flow: evaluating the interactive effects of seawater conditions on coral growth
Buried Treasure: How studying fungus-plant interactions can improve forest management