KBS LTER scientists were recently featured in the latest issue of MSU’s AgBioResearch FUTURES magazine. The article begins,
“Like most students at the Michigan State University (MSU) W. K. Kellogg Biological Station (KBS), which is renowned for advancements in ecological science and evolutionary biology, Christine Sprunger arrived eager to roll up her sleeves and get her hands dirty — literally. “When I took my first soils class as a sophomore at the University of Washington, I just kind of fell in love with the topic,” said Sprunger, now pursuing a dual doctoral degree in crop and soil sciences and ecology, evolutionary biology and behavior from MSU. “One of the main reasons I’m interested in environmental science is that I was born in Haiti. I know the environmental degradation they’ve had to face, and I want to do work that will help that situation.””
Read more about Christine’s story and LTER research by clicking here >>. Enjoy!