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Dr. Exler studied the hydrology of drained peatlands with a focus on how plant community shifts affect water exchange between the atmosphere and the peat body. His findings help understand how climate change may affect peatland ecohydrology, which is an integral part of ecosystem health in these environments that controls greenhouse gas release.
A randomly-selected Doctoral citation each day: today from the Doctor of Philosophy in Geography (PhD) - graduated in 2023