Academics

Nalini Nadkarni

Nalini’s academic research interests include the ecological roles that canopy-dwelling plants play in forests at multiple spatial and temporal scales, and the effects of forest fragmentation and climate change on the biodiversity and ecosystem function of canopy communities. Her field sites are in Monteverde, Costa Rica, and on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. Her research is supported by the National Science Foundation, the National Geographic Society, and the Mellon Foundation.

nalini climbing tree in Washington State_steve rentmeester

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