ANTHONY DARROUZET-NARDI

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Education

2004-2010 Ph.D. University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research.

1999-2003. B.A. University of California, Berkeley. Integrative Biology with Honors.

1995-1999. Mountain View High School, Mountain View, California.

 

Experience

2015-present. Assistant Professor, University of Texas at El Paso, Department of Biological Sciences.

2013-2014. Postdoctoral Research Associate, laboratory of Dr. Jayne Belnap and Dr. Sasha Reed, Canyonlands Research Station, U.S. Geologic Survey (USGS), Moab UT.

2010-2013. Postdoctoral research. Changing seasonality of plant-soil interactions in the arctic tundra, laboratory of Dr. Michael Weintraub.

2004-2010 Dissertation research. Landscape heterogeneity of nitrogen cycling in an alpine-subalpine ecosystem, laboratory of Dr. William Bowman.

2004. Internship at the Desert Research Institute with Dr. John A. Arnone III. Acclimation of prairie plants to altered climate.

2001-2003. Honors thesis with Dr. Carla D'Antonio and Dr. Todd Dawson. Sagebrush invasion in Sierra Nevada Meadows

2001. Semester abroad on the island of Moorea, French Polynesia (Tahiti). Moth diversity and role in plant pollination.

2000. Independent research with Dr. Cheryl Briggs and Dr. Martha Hoopes. Parasitoid dispersal and foraging behavior.

1997-1998. Independent research at Stanford University: Departments of Pathology and Cancer Biology. Function of a truncated subunit of DNA polymerase alpha.

 

Fellowships and Grants

2009. John W. Marr Ecology Fund, University of Colorado at Boulder

2009. Student Research Grant, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, CU Boulder

2008. Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, National Science Foundation.

2005-2008. Graduate Research Fellowship Program, National Science Foundation.

2002-2003. Beckman Scholars Program, Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation.

2001. Biology Fellows Program, Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

2000. Research Experience for Undergraduates, National Science Foundation.

 

Publications

Livensperger, C., Steltzer, H., Darrouzet-Nardi, A., Sullivan, P.F., Wallenstein, M.D., Weintraub, M.N. (2016) Altered seasonality due to experimental climate change leads to earlier growth but not more growth in Arctic tundra. AoB Plants 8. [DOI]

Darrouzet-Nardi, A., Reed, S.C., Grote, E.E., Belnap, J. (2015) Observations of net soil exchange of CO2 in a dryland show experimental warming increases carbon losses in biocrust soils. Biogeochemistry. 126:363-378 [DOI]

Melle C.A, Wallenstein, M.D., Darrouzet-Nardi, A., Weintraub, M.N. (2015) Microbial activity is not always limited by nitrogen in Arctic tundra soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 90:52-61 [DOI]

Darrouzet-Nardi. A., and M.N. Weintraub. (2014) Evidence for spatially inaccessible labile N from a comparison of soil core extractions and soil pore water lysimetry. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 73:22-32 [DOI]

Darrouzet-Nardi, A., Ladd, M.P., Weintraub, M.N., (2013) Fluorescent microplate analysis of amino acids and other primary amines in soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 57:78-82 [DOI]

Darrouzet-Nardi, A., Erbland, J., W.D. Bowman, Savarino, J., and Williams M.W. (2011) Landscape-level nitrogen import and export in an ecosystem with complex terrain, Colorado Front Range. Biogeochemistry 109:271-285. [DOI]

Lieb, A., A. Darrouzet-Nardi, and W.D. Bowman. (2011) Nitrogen deposition decreases buffering capacity of alpine soils in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Geoderma 164:220-224. [DOI]

Darrouzet-Nardi, A., and W.D. Bowman. (2011) Hot spots of inorganic nitrogen availability in an alpine-subalpine ecosystem, Colorado Front Range. Ecosystems 14:848-863. [DOI]
(Includes description of the R package hotspots.)

Zhou, X., Y. Luo, C. Gao, P.S.J. Verburg, J.A. Arnone III, A. Darrouzet-Nardi, and D.S. Schimel. (2010) Concurrent and lagged impacts of an anomalously warm year on autotrophic and heterotrophic components of soil respiration: A deconvolution analysis. New Phytologist 187:184198. [DOI]

Darrouzet-Nardi, A. (2010) Landscape heterogeneity of differently aged soil organic matter constituents at the forest-alpine tundra ecotone, Niwot Ridge, Colorado, U.S.A. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 42:179-187. [PDF]

Darrouzet-Nardi, A., C.M. D'Antonio, and E.L. Berlow. (2008) Effects of young Artemisia rothrockii shrubs on soil moisture, soil nitrogen cycling, and resident herbs. Journal of Vegetation Science 19:23-30. [PDF]

Darrouzet-Nardi, A., C.M. D'Antonio, and T.E. Dawson. (2006) Depth of water acquisition by invading shrubs and resident herbs in a Sierra Nevada meadow. Plant and Soil 285:31-43. [PDF]

Darrouzet-Nardi, A., M.F. Hoopes, J.D. Walker, and C.J. Briggs. (2006) Dispersal and foraging behavior of Platygaster californica: Hosts can't run, but they can hide. Ecological Entomology 31:298-306. [PDF]

 

Blog

Anthony's Science Blog. 2008-present. http://anthony.darrouzet-nardi.net/scienceblog/

 

Volunteer Work

2010-present. Webmaster and email list moderator, Ecological Society of America Biogeosciences Section.

2007-2010. Board of Directors, Boulder Housing Coalition.

1999, 2002-2003. Counselor and photographer at Youth in Science. (Ten day field science camp in the Sierra Nevada for underprivileged youth run by San Jose State University. I was paid in 1999.)

1998. Summer. Volunteer Park Ranger (Volunteers-In-Parks). Hovenweep National Monument, Utah.

 

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