Welcome to our

Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology Lab

Publications and Outreach
Resources and Data

Lab mottos:
Quality transcends quantity
Soil is not 'Dirt'

       Ecosystem ecology is the study of interactions between organisms and their environment as parts of an integrated system. It is a new and rapidly advancing branch of science that stresses the integrated nature of our world. Humans and human activities are an inherent part of ecosystems, and therefore ecosystem ecological perspectives and methodologies are at the heart of much of the global change research agenda. Researchers in ecosystem ecology are contributing fundamental science inputs into a wide range of current environmental issues including effects of changing land use and management practices, impacts of climate change and mitigation strategies, the functional significance of biodiversity, and assessments of sustainable resource use from both environmental and socio-economic perspectives.

Paul Grogan
Professor of Plant and Ecosystem Ecology
Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in the ecology of arctic ecosystems and their sensitivity to climate change

E-mail: groganp@queensu.ca
Office: Room 2508. Tel. (613) 533 6152. Fax: (613) 533 6617

Graduate office: Room 2507. Tel. (613) 533 6000 ext.78059
Lab technician: Yvette Chirinian. E-mail: yvette.chirinian@queensu.ca
Lab: Rooms 2605, 2606. Tel. (613) 533 6000 ext.78101
Sample preparation area: Room 3413

Mailing address:
Biosciences Complex,
116 Barrie Street,
Queen’s University,
Kingston, Ontario,
Canada, K7L 3N6

Queen’s Biology Faculty page: http://biology.queensu.ca/people/department/professors/grogan/
Queen’s Biology Department: http://biology.queensu.ca/
Queen’s Arctic Research Community:
Queen’s main page: http://www.queensu.ca/
FINAL CLASS VIDEO (course synthesis) BIOL510 (2016): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxviV5Xizkw

(Drawing by Katie Kwan)


Last Updated: 21 June, 2017