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Department of Geography
UC Santa Barbara
Department of Geography
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Chris Still

Mailing Address:
Geography Department
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-4060

Oregon State University

Research Interests:
Biogeochemistry, biogeography, earth system science, sustainability science, ecological climatology, climate change, carbon cycling, plant ecophysiology, and stable isotopes
PhD, Stanford University (Biological Sciences), 2000
BS Colorado State University (Biochemistry)
Courses Taught:
3A, Oceans and Atmospheres
149, The California Channel Islands
167, Biogeography: The Study of Plant and Animal Distributions
288, Special Topics (Global Carbon Cycle, Field Methods)
Chris is a collaborative member of the Terrestrial Plant and Ecosystem Ecology group, an interactive coalition spanning the departments of Geography; Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology (EEMB); Environmental Studies; and the Bren School for Environmental Science and Management. He coauthored an article in Nature in 2006 on the relation of global warming to the extinction of amphibians, and he recently received a NASA New Investigator Program in Earth Sciences Award; his proposal being one of only 31 chosen nationally.
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