Global Change in Aquatic Ecoystems: From Africa to Arctic with Assoc. Professor, Michelle Jackson

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Michelle has been lucky enough to work in freshwater ecosystems in many amazing locations, including Kenya, Svalbard, Greenland, and South Africa. She is interested in how humans alter the communities that live in freshwater, and she particularly likes the smaller habitats that often get overlooked – ponds and small streams. After working as a postdoc for nearly a decade, Michelle is now an Associate Professor at Oxford University, where she is exploring how human-caused stressors (such as heatwaves, invasions, and pollution) interact over space and time.

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