Hélène Genet

University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA

Research assistant professor, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Hélène Genet is a terrestrial ecologist and uses a multidisciplinary approach to characterize complex interactions between climatic and ecological processes at play in the soil, the vegetation and the atmosphere in high latitude ecosystems. She uses this information to improve the ability of biosphere models to project the response of terrestrial ecosystems to current and future climate change at local and regional scales. Currently, she is particularly involved in characterizing the vulnerability of boreal ecosystems to deep permafrost thaw.

My Sessions

Science Focus – Looking into the Future – Early Career Scientists

Oval Room

Early career scientists’ views on critical future areas for research. Where science should go? What the science-policy interaction should focus on? What are the real challenges where we should put our effort in?