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Past NIMBioS Postdoctoral Fellow

Caroline Farrior

C. Farrior photo. Dates: September 2014 – July 2016
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Twitter: @carolinefarrior
Project Title: Rare disturbance events and their impact on evolutionarily stable strategies of forest trees in competition for light, water, and nutrients

Caroline Farrior (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton, 2012) examined the roles of frequency, severity and predictability of wind storms and drought in determining properties of forest stands. After completing her fellowship, Farrior accepted a position as as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of Texas at Austin.

LiveScience Profile Q&A with Dr. Farrior: How plants affect the global carbon cycle

Video icon. NIMBioS Seminar: Plant traits and the importance of competition among individuals

Video Interviews

Feature Story: Dominance of the suppressed: Power-law size structure in tropical forests

Publications while at NIMBioS

  • Farrior CE, Bohlman SA, Hubbell S, Pacala SW. 2016. Dominance of the suppressed: Power-law size structure in tropical forests. Science, 351(6269): 155-157. [Online]
  • Farrior CE, Rodriguez-Iturbe I, Dybzinski R, Levin SA, Pacala SW. 2015. Decreased water limitation under elevated CO2 amplifies potential for forest carbon sinks. PNAS. [Online]

Data/Software while at NIMBioS

  • Farrior CE, Rodriguez-Iturbe I, Dybzinski R, Levin SA, Pacala SW. 2015. Data: Decreased water limitation under elevated CO2 amplifies potential for forest carbon sinks. [Online]

Media Coverage


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