Paul Grogan

Paul Grogan received his Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in June of 1998. Paul worked under the direction of Terry Chapin and, to a lesser extent, Tom Bruns. Paul studied ecosystem perspectives on carbon and nutrient cycling below ground, partially at the Institute of Arctic Biology, Toolik and Sagwon Field Stations, in Alaska and partially at Point Reyes National Seashore in California. In July 1998, Paul was awarded an EU fellowship, and worked as a post doc in Sven Jonasson's lab at the University of Copenhagen. Following Denmark, Paul was a Lecturer in Plant and Ecosystem Ecology at Cranfield Unitersity in Silsoe England. In 2003, Paul became a professor in the department of Biology at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario.


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