Dr. Marc Macias-Fauria Associate Professor
Vegetation response to climate change: a functional traits-based approach
Paleo-Progressive Nitrogen Limitation (PNL)
The Role of Soil Nutrients in Arctic Greening
Local Ecological Footprinting Tool (LEFT)
I am a NERC Fellow and Associate Professor in Physical Geography at the School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford University, and Fellow of St. Peter’s College, Oxford.
My research is directed at understanding the interactions between physical and biological systems over spatial scales ranging from study sites to continents and temporal scales ranging from decades to millennia, with a focus on macroecology. This involves research in palaeoclimatology and palaeoecology, as well as the use of large georeferenced databases.
I hold a NERC Fellowship (2015-2019) that focuses on the study of the long-term role of Arctic sea ice on Arctic biota and Arctic and climate.