Kevin Mueller
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Kevin Mueller


I'm an assistant professor at Cleveland State University. My primary area of research is the ecology and biogeochemistry of temperate forests and grasslands, with an emphasis on plant-environment interactions. For example, I've studied the impacts of climate change, land management, and diversity loss on ecosystem functions of North American grasslands. I frequently use measures of plant functional traits or stable isotope ratios to better understand a variety of ecological concepts and biogeochemical processes, including how plants respond to the environment and interact with cycles of water, nutrients, and carbon.

Biogeochemistry Biosphere Interactions Climate Change Biology Ecohydrology Ecosystem Science

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Assistant Professor

Cleveland State University
Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences

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