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F. Stuart Chapin, III (Terry) is an ecosystem ecologist whose research addresses the sustainability of ecosystems and human communities in a rapidly changing planet. This work emphasizes the impacts of climate change on Alaskan ecology, subsistence resources, and indigenous communities, as a basis for developing climate-change adaptation plans.

terry.chapin@alaska.edu

Professor Emeritus of Ecology
Department of Biology and Wildlife

Institute of Arctic Biology
University of Alaska Fairbanks

Office: 410A Irving I
Home phone: 1.907.455.6408
Cell: 1.907.590.9672

FAX: 1.907.474.7666


   


Useful Links

Principles of Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology
Chapin, Matson, Vitousek, 2011
2nd edition
Textbook ordering information

Powerpoints for Principles of Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology (for 2nd edition)
Chapin papers in PDF format
Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship
Chapin, Kofinas, Folke 2009
Textbook ordering information

Powerpoints for Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship
Bonanza Creek Long-term Ecological Research Site (LTER)
Resilience and Adaptation Program
Ecological Society of America (ESA)
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Institute of Arctic Biology
Russian Collaborations