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Bio

NANCY B. GRIMM is a Professor of Ecology in the School of Life Sciences and a Senior Sustainability Scientist at Arizona State University, USA. Her research addresses how human-environment interactions and climate variability influence ecosystem processes and services in both riverine and urban ecosystems, collaborating with hydrologists, engineers, geologists, chemists, sociologists, geographers, and anthropologists. She is the director of the Central Arizona–Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research program, an interdisciplinary study of the Phoenix urban socioecological ecosystem. She just completed a two-year assignment at the U.S. National Science Foundation, where she was a program director for the Ecosystem Science program, an interdisciplinary program liaison working extensively with the Science, Engineering, and Education for Sustainability portfolio, and a senior scientist for the National Climate Assessment (on half-time detail to the U.S. Global Climate Research Program). Grimm earned her BA in ecology (1978) from Hampshire College in Massachusetts and M.S. (1980) and Ph.D. (1985) in zoology from Arizona State University, and has held research scientist and faculty positions at the latter institution since 1990. She has been president of the Ecological Society of America and the North American Benthological Society and is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Grimm chaired or served on several national and international advisory and editorial boards, is author or co-author of over 140 scientific publications, and is currently a lead author for the U.S. National Climate Assessment.

Research Interests

Global environmental change; biogeochemistry; stream ecosystem structure and function; urban ecosystem structure and function; nitrogen cycling in streams and cities; interactions between surface and ground waters; terrestrial-aquatic linkages; disturbance and succession; effects of global climate change and human activities on stream ecosystems; climate-change adaptation in urban socio-ecological systems

Courses

Spring 2015

Courses Taught This Semester
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BIO 320 Fundamentals of Ecology
ELS 591 Seminar

Fall 2014

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BIO 189 Life Sciences Career Paths
BIO 493 Honors Thesis
SOS 592 Research

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
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BIO 320 Fundamentals of Ecology
BIO 492 Honors Directed Study
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
BIO 591 Seminar
ELS 591 Seminar

Fall 2013

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BIO 495 Undergraduate Research

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BIO 320 Fundamentals of Ecology
BIO 591 Seminar
ELS 591 Seminar

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BIO 189 Life Sciences Career Paths

Spring 2012

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BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
SOS 590 Reading and Conference

Spring 2011

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Course Number Course Title
SOS 590 Reading and Conference

Fall 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOS 590 Reading and Conference
SOS 592 Research
SOS 599 Thesis
SOS 790 Reading and Conference
SOS 792 Research
SOS 799 Dissertation

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Collins, S. L., J. Belnap, N. B. Grimm, J.A. Rudgers, C.N. Dahm, P. D’Odorico, M. Litvak, D.O. Natvig, D.C. Peters, W.T. Pockman, R.L. Sinsabaugh, B.O. Wolf. A multi-scale, hierarchical model of pulse dynamics in aridland ecosystems. Annual Reviews of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (2014).

  2. Creed, I. F., A. T. Spargo, J. A. Jones, J. M. Buttle, M. B. Adams, F. D. Beall, E. Booth, J. Campbell, D. Clow, K. Elder, M. B. Green, N. B. Grimm, C. Miniat, P. Ramlal, A. Saha, S. Sebestyen, D. Spittlehouse, S. Sterling, M. W. Williams, R. Winkler, and H. Yao. Changing forest water yields in response to climate warming: results from long-term experimental watershed sites across North America. Global Change Biology (2014).

  3. Hale, R. L., L. Turnbull, S. Earl, D. L. Childers, and N. B. Grimm. Stormwater infrastructure controls runoff and dissolved material export from arid urban watersheds. Ecosystems (2014).

  4. Hale, R. L., L. Turnbull, S. Earl, N. B. Grimm, K. M. Riha, G. Michalski, K. Lohse, and D. L. Childers. Sources and transport of nitrogen in arid urban watersheds. Environmental Science and Technology (2014).

  5. Hutyra, Lucy R., Riley Duren, Kevin R. Gurney, Nancy Grimm, Eric Kort, Elisabeth Larson, Gyami Shrestha. Urbanization and the carbon cycle: Current capabilities and research outlook from the natural sciences perspective. Earth’s Future (2014).

  6. Lin, T., and N. B. Grimm. Comparative study of urban ecology development in the U.S. and China: opportunity and challenge. Urban Ecosystems (2014).

  7. Metson, Geneviève S., David M. Iwaniec, Lawrence A. Baker, Elena M. Bennett, Daniel L. Childers, Dana Cordell, Nancy B. Grimm, J. Morgan Grove, Daniel A. Nidzgorski, and Stuart White. Urban phosphorus sustainability: systemically incorporating social, ecological, and technological factors into phosphorus flow analysis. Environmental Science and Policy (2014).

  8. Romero-Lankao, Patricia, Kevin Gurney, Karen Seto, Mikhail Chester, Riley M. Duren, Sara Hughes, Lucy R. Hutyra, Peter Marcotullio, Larry Baker, Nancy B. Grimm, Chris Kennedy, Elisabeth Larson, Stephanie Pincetl, Dan Runfola, Landy Sanchez, Gyami Shrestha, Andrea Sarzynski, Joshua Sperling, Eleanor Stokes. Towards a more integrated understanding of urbanization, urban areas and the carbon cycle. Earth's Future (2014).

  9. Tanner, C. T., F. Adler, N. B. Grimm, P. M. Groffman, S. Levin, J. Munshi-South, D. Pataki, and M. Pavao-Zuckerman. Urban ecology and evolution: five paths forward for the next generation of urban ecologists. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2014).

  10. Book chapter: Galloway, J. N., W. H. Schlesinger, C. M. Clark, N. B. Grimm, R. B. Jackson, B. E. Law, P. E. Thornton, A. R. Townsend, and R. Martin. Ch. 15: Biogeochemical Cycles. Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment. U.S. Global Change Research Program (2014).

  11. Book chapter: Groffman, P. M., P. Kareiva, S. Carter, N. B. Grimm, J. Lawler, M. Mack, V. Matzek, and H. Tallis. Ch. 8: Ecosystems, Biodiversity, and Ecosystem Services. Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment. U.S. Global Change Research Program (2014).

  12. Grimm, N. B., F. S. Chapin III, B. Bierwagen, P. Gonzalez, P. M. Groffman, Y. Luo, F. Melton, K. Nadelhoffer, A. Pairis, P. A. Raymond, J. Schimel, and C. E. Williamson.. The impacts of climate change on ecosystem structure and function.. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2013).

  13. Grimm, N. B., M. D. Staudinger, A. Staudt, S.L. Carter, F. S. Chapin III, P. Kareiva, M. Ruckelshaus, B. A. Stein.. Climate-change impacts on ecological systems: introduction to a US assessment.. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2013).

  14. Ribot, Miquel, Daniel von Schiller, Francesc Sabater, Nancy B. Grimm, and Eugènia Martí.. Uptake kinetics of stream biofilms in response to increased availability of ammonium and nitrate.. Freshwater Science (2013).

  15. Ye, L., and N. B. Grimm.. Modelling potential impacts of climate change on water and nitrate export from a mid-sized, semiarid watershed in the US Southwest.. Climatic Change (2013).

  16. Zhang, Chi, Jianguo Wu, Nancy B. Grimm, Melissa McHale, Alexander Buyantuyev.. A hierarchical patch mosaic ecosystem model for urban landscapes: Model development and evaluation.. Ecological Modelling (2013).

  17. Book chapter: Burt, T., G. Pinay, N.B. Grimm and T. Harms.. Between the land and the river: river conservation and the riparian zone.. River conservation: challenges and opportunities. BBVA Foundation. (2013).

  18. Book chapter: Grimm, N. B., C. L. Redman, C. G. Boone, D. L. Childers, S. L. Harlan, and B. L. Turner, II.. Viewing the urban socio-ecological system through a sustainability lens: lessons and prospects from the Central Arizona–Phoenix LTER programme.. Long term socio-ecological research: Studies in society-nature interactions across spatial and temporal scales.. Springer Netherlands (2013).

  19. Book chapter: Pincetl, S., G. Franco, N. B. Grimm, T. S. Hogue, S. Hughes, E. Pardyjak, A. M. Kinoshita, and P. Jantz.. Urban Areas.. Assessment of Climate Change in the Southwest United States: A Report Prepared for the National Climate Assessment. A report by the Southwest Climate Alliance.. Island Press (2013).

  20. Grimm, N. B.. The Anthropocene: humanity's age of change. Global Institute of Sustainability (2013).

  21. Special Issue: US Climate-Change Impacts. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2013).

  22. Grimm, N. B., and K. L. Jacobs.. Bringing people into ecosystems for climate assessment.. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. (2013).

  23. Boone, C. G., E. M. Cook, S. J. Hall, M. L. Nation, N. B. Grimm, C. Raish, D. Finch, and A. York. A comparative gradient approach as a tool for understanding and managing urban ecosystems. Urban Ecosystems (2012).

  24. Harms, T. K., and N. B. Grimm. Responses of trace gases to hydrologic pulses in desert floodplains. Journal of Geophysical Research, Biogeosciences (2012).

  25. Jones, J. A., I. F. Creed, K. L. Hatcher, R. J. Warren, M. B. Adams, M. H. Benson, E. Boose, W. A. Brown, J. L. Campbell, A. Covich, D. W. Clow, C. N. Dahm, K. Elder, C. R. Ford, N. B. Grimm, D. L. Henshaw, K. L. Larson, E. S. Miles, K. M. Miles, S. D. Sebestyen, A. T. Spargo, A. B. Stone, J. M. Vose, and M. W. Williams. Ecosystem processes and human influences regulate streamflow response to climate change at long-term ecological research sites. BioScience (2012).

  26. Sponseller, R. A., S. J. Hall, D. P. Huber, N. B. Grimm, J. P. Kaye, C. M. Clark, and S. L. Collins. Variation in monsoon precipitation drives spatial and temporal patterns of Larrea tridentata growth in the Sonoran Desert. Functional Ecology (2012).

  27. Staudinger, Michelle D., Nancy B. Grimm, Amanda Staudt, Shawn L. Carter, F. Stuart Chapin III, Peter Kareiva, Mary Ruckelshaus, Bruce A. Stein. Impacts of climate change on biodiversity, ecosystems, and ecosystem services: technical input to the 2013 National Climate. US Geological Survey (2012).

  28. Grimm, N. B., and B. van der Pluijm. Sustainability needs the geosciences. Eos (2012).

  29. Collins, S.L., S.R. Carpenter, S.M. Swinton, D. Ornstein, D.L. Childers, T.L. Gragson, N.B. Grimm, J.M. Grove, S.L. Harlan, J.P. Kaye, A.K. Knapp, G.P. Kofinas, J.J. Magnuson, W.H. McDowell, J.M. Melack, L.A. Ogden, G.P. Robertson, M.D. Smith, and A.C. Whitmer.. An integrated conceptual framework for long-term social-ecological research.. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2011).

  30. Edmonds, J. W., and N. B. Grimm.. Abiotic and biotic controls of organic matter cycling in a managed stream.. Journal of Geophysical Research, Biogeosciences (2011).

  31. Findlay, S.E.G., P.J. Mulholland, J.L. Tank, M.J. Bernot, A.J. Burgin, C.L. Crenshaw, C.N Dahm, W.K. Dodds, N.B. Grimm, W.H. McDowell, J. Potter, D. Sobota, S. Hamilton.. Cross-stream comparison of substrate-specific denitrification potential.. Biogeochemistry (2011).

  32. Kaye, J. P., S. E. Eckert, D. A. Gonzales, J. O. Allen, S. J. Hall, R. A. Sponseller, and N. B. Grimm.. Decomposition of urban atmospheric carbon in Sonoran Desert soils.. Urban Ecosystems. Published online April 2011, (2011).

  33. Larson, E. K., and N. B. Grimm.. Small-scale and extensive hydrogeomorphic modification and water redistribution in a desert city and implications for regional nitrogen removal.. Urban Ecosystems. Published Online September 2011, (2011).

  34. Martin, R.A., T.K. Harms, and N.B. Grimm.. Chronic N loading reduces N retention across varying base flows in a desert river.. Journal of the North American Benthological Society (2011).

  35. McDonald, R.I., I. Douglas, C. Revenga, R. Hale, N. Grimm, J. Grönwall, and B. Fekete.. Global urban growth and the geography of water availability, quality, and delivery.. Ambio (2011).

  36. Roach, W. J., and N. B. Grimm.. Denitrification mitigates N flux through the stream–floodplain complex of a desert city.. Ecological Applications (2011).

  37. Book chapter: Grimm, N. B., R. L. Hale, E. M. Cook, and D. Iwaniec.. Urban biogeochemical flux analysis.. An encyclopaedia of urban ecology.. Routledge/Taylor and Francis. (2011).

  38. Bernot, M.J, D.J. Sobota, R.O. Hall, Jr., P.J. Mulholland, W.K. Dodds, J.R. Webster, J.L. Tank, L.R. Ashkenas, L.W. Cooper, C.N. Dahm, S.V. Gregory, N.B. Grimm, S.K. Hamilton, S.L. Johnson, W.H. McDowell, J.L. Meyer, B. Peterson, G.C. Poole, H.M. Valett, C. Arango, J.J. Beaulieu, A.J. Burgin, C. Crenshaw, A.M. Helton, L. Johnson, J. Merriam, B.R. Niederlehner, J.M. O’Brien, J.D. Potter, R. W. Sheibley, S.M. Thomas, and K. Wilson.. Inter-regional comparison of land-use effects on stream metabolism.. Freshwater Biology (2010).

  39. Collins, K.A., T.J. Lawrence, E.K. Stander, R.J. Jontos, S.S. Kaushal, T.A. Newcomer, N.B. Grimm, and M.C. Ekberg.. Opportunities and challenges for managing nitrogen in urban storm water: a review and synthesis.. Ecological Engineering (2010).

  40. Crenshaw, C.L., N.B. Grimm, L.H. Zeglin, R.W. Sheibley, C.N. Dahm, and A.D. Pershall. Nitrogen dynamics in hyporheic zones of reference and human-altered streams.. Fundamental and Applied Limnology, Archiv fur Hydrobiologie (2010).

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Presentations

  1. Grimm, N. B., X. Dong, A. Ruhí, and J. L. Sabo. Spatial and temporal patterns of nutrient limitation, plant biomass and productivity, and stream metabolism vary in response to short- and long-term hydrological regime shifts.. Special Session, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA. (Dec 2014).
  2. Grimm, N. B. Stream ecosystem dynamics in deserts and cities. Biogeochemistry Seminar, Cornell University. (Nov 2014).
  3. Grimm, N. B. How shall we compare urban and urbanizing watersheds globally? Concepts and case studies.. International Workshop: "Urbanization in watersheds..." Xiamen, China. (Oct 2014).
  4. Grimm, N. B. Urban social-ecological-technological systems: prospects for resilient urban water. Botany Department Seminar, University of Melbourne, Australia. (Oct 2014).
  5. Grimm, N. B. Adding the "techno" into urban socioecological systems. Departmental Seminar, University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras, San Juan, PR. (Sep 2014).
  6. Grimm, N. B. Global change effects on riverine hydrological, biogeochemical, and ecological processes. International Workshop, Abisko, Sweden. (Sep 2014).
  7. Grimm, N. B., J. N. Galloway, W. H. Schlesinger, C. M. Clark, R. B. Jackson, B. E. Law, P. E. Thornton, and A. R. Townsend. Adding the "techno" into urban socioecological systemsClimate change, ecosystem services, and biogeochemical cycles.. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Sacramento, CA. (Aug 2014).
  8. Grimm, N. B. Desert perspectives on interfaces. Lectures, Interfaces Summer School, IGB, Berlin, Germany. (Jul 2014).
  9. Grimm, N. B. Ecosystems, biodiversity, and ecosystem services.. National Climate Assessment Webinar. (Jun 2014).
  10. Grimm, N. B., and K. L. Jacobs. Climate assessment as a boundary activity. Special session, Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR. (May 2014).
  11. Grimm, N. B. Biogeochemical cycles; ecosystems, biodiversity, and ecosystem services; interdisciplinary assessment.. National Climate Assessment Rollout Information Session, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. (May 2014).
  12. Grimm, N. B. The impacts of climate change in the Southwest.. Conservation Alliance Monthly Luncheon Seminar Series, Phoenix, AZ. (Mar 2014).
  13. Grimm, N. B. Prospects for resilience and sustainability of urban socio-techno-ecological systems to evolving stressors at global, regional, and local scales.. Special Session, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA. (Dec 2013).
  14. Palta, M. M. and Grimm, N. B. Pathogen and nutrient pulsing and attenuation in "accidental" urban wetland networks along the Salt River in Phoenix, AZ. Special Session, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA. (Dec 2013).
  15. Grimm, N. B. Adding the "techno" into urban socioecological systems.. Symposium of the Syracuse Center of Excellence, "Urban Reinvention and Resilience.". (Oct 2013).
  16. Grimm, N. B. Urban socio-techno-ecological systems: Prospects for resilient urban water systems.. CIGMA 2013: Conferencia International de Geographía y Medio Ambiente, Mexico City, Mexico. (Oct 2013).
  17. Grimm, N. B. Stream ecosystem dynamics in deserts and cities. Departmental Seminar, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University. (Oct 2013).
  18. Grimm, N. B. Adding the "techno" into urban socioecological research. Departmental Seminar, Biology, University of Texas at Arlington. (Oct 2013).
  19. Grimm, N. B. Urban socio-techno-ecological systems and the new normal. International Society of Ecology and British Ecol. Society, London, UK. (Aug 2013).
  20. Grimm, N. B. Overview of the 2013 US National Climate Assessment, with special reference to impacts of climate change on ecosystems, hydrology, and urban areas of the Southwest.. Organized Oral Session, Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. (Aug 2013).
  21. Grimm, N. B. Urban stormwater and the new normal.. IGNITE Session, Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. (Aug 2013).
  22. Grimm, N. B. Understanding urban socio-techno-ecological systems.. Symposium; First International Congress of the Society for Urban Ecology, Berlin, Germany. (Jul 2013).
  23. Grimm, N. B. A global perspective on urban streams and rivers.. Arizona Riparian Council Annual Meeting, Tempe, AZ. (Apr 2013).
  24. van der Pluijm, B., and N. B. Grimm Sustainable Future. Symposium, American Geophysical Union. (Dec 2012).
  25. Grimm, N. B. Global environmental change and the water challenges of cities. Georgetwon University Seminar Series. (Nov 2012).
  26. Grimm, N. B., R. L. Hale, L. Turnbull, S. Earl, and D. Childers Modulation of storm-driven water and nutrient loads by infrastructure in an arid urban ecosystem. Symposium: "Urban Biogeochemistry" at EcoSummit 2012, COlumbus, OH. (Oct 2012).
  27. Grimm, N. B. Interdisciplinary research: a view from two perches. LTER Triennial Graduate Student Symposium, Estes Park, CO. (Sep 2012).
  28. Grimm, N. B., F. S. Chapin, S. L. Carter, P. M. Groffman, M. D. Staudinger, and A. Staudt Current and future impacts of climate and global change on the structure and functioning of ecosystems. Symposium, "The National Climate Assessment", Ecologica Society of America, Portland, OR. (Aug 2012).
  29. Grimm, N. B. Global environmental change and the water challenges of cities. Annual Meeting, Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, Lake Biwa, Japan. (Jul 2012).
  30. Grimm, N. B. Hydrogeomorphic drivers and resilience to climate change of stream ecosystem structure and function in deserts and grasslands. Duke University Ecology Seminar. (Apr 2012).
  31. Grimm, N. B. The challenges of global environment change for ecosystems, people, and the Southwe. Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, Arizona State University. (Mar 2012).
  32. Grimm, N. B. Global change challenges and ecosystems: future research needs, trends, and opportunities. University of Maryland Geology Seminar series. (Feb 2012).
  33. Grimm, N. B. Hydrogeomorphic drivers of stream ecosystem structure and function in deserts and grasslands.. International Conference, "Grasslands in a Global Context.". (Sep 2011).
  34. Grimm, N. B. Ecosystem processes and services in catchments undergoing rapid urbanization: can designed ecosystems be resilient and adaptable?. Gordon Research Conference in Watershed Hydrology. (Jul 2011).
  35. Grimm, N. B. Global change and the ecology of cities. Teale Lecture Series, University of Connecticut. (Apr 2011).
  36. Grimm, N. B. Nutrient retention and transport in arid urban landscapes. Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Colloquium Series. (Mar 2011).
  37. Grimm, N. B. Challenges in water provisioning, delivery, and quality for urban populations: analysis of global patterns and an aridland case study.. "Xiamen Urban Environmental Forum," Xiamen, China. (Dec 2010).
  38. Grimm, N. B. Challenges in water provisioning, delivery, and quality for urban populations: analysis of global patterns and an aridland case study.. "SCARCE," an International Conference of the Institut Catalan Reserches Aquatic, Girona, Spain. (Dec 2010).
  39. Grimm, N. B. Central Arizona - Phoenix LTER: Social-ecological dynamics in an arid, rapidly urbanizing region. Special symposium on urban ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. (Dec 2010).
  40. Grimm, N. B. Como es el medioambiente en el mundo de cemente?. Community lecture series, Sentmenat, Spain. (Dec 2010).

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Service

  1. National Academy Standing Committee to advise the United States Global Change Program, Member (2014 - present)
  2. Earth's Future, Editor (2013 - present)
  3. Earth's Future, Editor (2013 - present)
  4. Research Advisory Sub-Committee, Program B in the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities, Australia, Member (2013 - present)
  5. INTERFACES Training Network, European Commission, Network Advisory Board member (2013 - present)
  6. CAP LTER Executive Committee, Member (2010 - present)
  7. Data Observation Network for Earth (DataONE), Advisory Board, Member (2010 - present)
  8. Data Observation Network for Earth (DataONE), Advisory Board, Member (2010 - present)
  9. Data Observation Network for Earth (DataONE), Advisory Board, Member (2010 - present)
  10. Ecological Society of America’s Rapid Response Team, Member (2009 - present)
  11. Ecological Society of America’s Rapid Response Team, Member (2009 - present)
  12. Ecological Society of America’s Rapid Response Team, Member (2009 - present)
  13. Ecological Society of America’s Rapid Response Team, Member (2009 - present)
  14. Catalan Institute for Water Research, Member: Scientific Committee (2007 - present)
  15. Catalan Institute for Water Research, Member: Scientific Committee (2007 - present)
  16. Ecohydrology, Editor (2007 - present)
  17. Ecohydrology, Editor (2007 - present)
  18. Ecohydrology, Editor (2007 - present)
  19. Ecohydrology, Editor (2007 - present)
  20. CAP LTER Executive Committee, Chair (2012 - 2016)
  21. CLAS Dean's Faculty Advisory Committee, Member (2013 - 2016)
  22. CLAS Dean's Faculty Advisory Committee, Member (2013 - 2015)
  23. Search Committee/SoLS Macrosystems Biology, Member (2014 - 2015)
  24. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Session Organizer (with Charles Kroll, Glenn Guntenspergen, Theodore Endreny) (2014)
  25. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Session Organizer (with Ben van der Pluijm, Guy Brasseur, Mike Ellis) (2014)
  26. The Royal Society, Working group member, policy project (2013 - 2014)
  27. Data Observation Network for Earth (DataONE), Advisory Board, Member (2010 - 2014)
  28. Community Meeting, Tucson Arizona, Presenter (2014)
  29. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Presenter (2014)
  30. Search Committee/SOS Environmental Science & Sustainability, Member (2013 - 2014)
  31. Standing Committee for Sustainability Education at ASU, Member (2013 - 2014)
  32. Conservation Alliance, Speaker (2014)
  33. Proceeedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Guest Editor (2013 - 2014)
  34. North American Benthological Society: Board of Directors for the Endowment, Member (2009 - 2014)
  35. Strategic Planning Team: Urban Systems, Member (2013)
  36. Facilities Committee, Member (2012 - 2013)
  37. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, Guest Editor (2012)
  38. US Long Term Ecological Research Network, National Advisory Board, Member (2010 - 2012)
  39. US Global Change Research Program, National Climate Assessment, Senior Scientist (2011 - 2012)
  40. National Science Foundation, Biology Directorate, Division of Environmental Biology, Program Director and Program Liaison (2010 - 2012)

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