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I am a climate change plant ecologist working towards a more mechanistic understanding of how temperate forests are responding to climate change. I am interested in how plant phenology is shifting in response to climate change and how these shifts affect plant performance and species interactions. Other research topics include plant invasions, plant-mycorrhizal interactions, herbarium science, and ecosystem function.

I am currently a postdoc fellow at the Institute for Global Change Biology at the University of Michigan. I am working with Drs. Inés Ibáñez, Aimée Classen, Peter Reich, and Chris Gough.

Benjamin R Lee

University of Michigan

Institute for Global Change Biology

Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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