Jacqueline Mohan

Jacqueline E. Mohan

Associate Professor
Odum School of Ecology
Email - jmohan@uga.edu

My research involves asking basic questions motivated by ecological theory, and then integrating empirical data with quantitative analyses to forecast responses of plant populations, communities and ecosystems to changing environments. My interests are connected by the pervasive goal of understanding fundamental relationships between ecological processes, how these relationships vary over space and time, and the effects of environmental change on individual levels of biocomplexity as well as on systems in their entirety.

Paul Frankson

Paul T. Frankson

Mohan Lab Coordinator

Odum School of Ecology Lab Manager
Research Professional III
Email - frankson@uga.edu

Peter Baas

Peter Baas (website)
Email - pbaas@uga.edu

Status: PhD Candidate

Academic Interests: I am interested in how global change affects biogeochemical cycling. I am in particular interested in unravelling the mechanisms driving shifts in ecosystem functioning. Specifically, my research focuses on how anthropogenic perturbations affect soil microbial processes and how these changes impacts ecosystem functioning.

Anurag Dawadi

Anurag Dawadi

Email - dawadi@uga.edu

Status: PhD Student

Academic Interests: Forest Ecology, influences of climate change on mycorrhizae-plant interaction, restoration & conservation, global change.

Allison Hughes

Allison Hughes
Email - ahughes0@uga.edu

Status: Undergraduate in Romance Languages

Academic Interests: French, Portuguese, Spanish, Linguistics and language acquisition, and teaching English to speakers of other languages.

Elizabeth Hughes

Elizabeth Hughes
Email - ehughes@uga.edu

Status: Undergraduate in Odum School of Ecology

Academic Interests: Sustainability and conservation, marine biology, ocean responses to global change, nutrient run-off and effects on environmental health

Shafkat Khan

Shafkat Khan
Email - shafkat1@uga.edu

Status: PhD Student

Academic Interests: ecology of plant communities, restoration, tropical forests and global change.

Ashley Lang

Ashley Lang
Email - ashley504@gmail.com

Status: Undergraduate in Odum School of Ecology. Expected graduation: Spring 2014

Academic Interests: Biogeochemistry, science writing, sustainability and conservation, ecosystem-level effects and vegetation range shifts in response to climate change.

Megan Machmuller

Megan Machmuller (website)

Email - megmach@uga.edu

Status: PhD Candidate

Academic Interests: In general I am interested in trying to understand the interactions that exist between humans and the environment; more specifically, how anthropogenic perturbations influence ecosystem functioning. These changes (increasing carbon dioxide, warming, nitrogen deposition) are becoming increasingly important as the human footprint becomes more apparent. I am particularly interested in how microbes function under these conditions and affect biogeochemical cycling and ultimately affect ecosystem functioning. 

 

Allen Witt

Allen Witt
Email - bemidbar@uga.edu

Status: Pre-med program

Academic Interests:

Boo

Boo

Staus: Lab Dog

Interests: Chasing squirrels and playing with lab mates!

Freyja

Freyja

Staus: Lab Dog

Interests: Chasing Boo and playing with lab mates!

 

Alumnus of the Mohan Lab Group