Ingrid Crane Burke, PhD

Affiliations: 
1987-2008 Warner College of Natural Resources Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 
 2008-2016 Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, United States 
 2016- School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Area:
Ecology, Soil Science, Biogeochemistry, Semiarid Ecosystems
Website:
https://indyburke.yale.edu
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Bio:

Ingrid "Indy" Burke received her bachelors in Biology at Middlebury College (1980), and received her doctorate in Botany at the University of Wyoming (1987). She served as Assistant, Associate, then Full Professor at Colorado State University from 1988 until 2008, and during that time served as PI of the Shortgrass Steppe Long Term Ecological Research Project and as Co-Director of the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology, teaching and conducting research in the areas of ecosystem ecology and biogeochemistry. In 2008 she moved to the University of Wyoming to serve as Director, then Dean, of the Haub School and Ruckelshaus Institute. In 2016, Prof. Burke moved to Yale to lead the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies as Dean.

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William A. Reiners grad student 1987 University of Wyoming (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
 (Distribution and turnover of nitrogen in a sagebrush landscape.)

Children

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Mary Ann Vinton grad student 1989-1994 Colorado State
Howard E. Epstein grad student 1997 Colorado State
Richard A Gill grad student 1994-1998 Colorado State (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Jeb Barrett grad student 1999 Colorado State
Rebecca L. McCulley grad student 2002 Colorado State
Elizabeth C. Adair grad student 2005 Colorado State
Sonia A. Hall grad student 2005 Colorado State
Sarah T. Hamman grad student 2006 Colorado State
Melissa R. McHale grad student 2007 Colorado State
Eliana E. Bontti grad student 2008 Colorado State
Mark Gathany grad student 2008 Colorado State
Sara Brown grad student 2011 Colorado State
Sarah Evans grad student 2012 Colorado State (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Renne RR, Schlaepfer DR, Palmquist KA, et al. (2019) Soil and stand structure explain shrub mortality patterns following global change type-drought and extreme precipitation. Ecology
Renne RR, Bradford JB, Burke IC, et al. (2019) Soil texture and precipitation seasonality influence plant community structure in North American temperate shrub steppe. Ecology. e02824
Korfanta NM, Mobley ML, Burke IC. (2015) Fertilizing western rangelands for ungulate conservation: An assessment of benefits and risks Wildlife Society Bulletin. 39: 1-8
Mobley ML, McCulley RL, Burke IC, et al. (2014) Grazing and no-till cropping impacts on nitrogen retention in dryland agroecosystems. Journal of Environmental Quality. 43: 1963-71
Mobley ML, Cleary MJ, Burke IC. (2014) Inorganic nitrogen supply and dissolved organic nitrogen abundance across the US Great Plains. Plos One. 9: e107775
Evans SE, Wallenstein MD, Burke IC. (2014) Is bacterial moisture niche a good predictor of shifts in community composition under long-term drought? Ecology. 95: 110-22
Avirmed O, Burke IC, Mobley ML, et al. (2014) Natural recovery of soil organic matter in 30-90-year-old abandoned oil and gas wells in sagebrush steppe Ecosphere. 5
Bradford JB, Schlaepfer DR, Lauenroth WK, et al. (2014) Shifts in plant functional types have time-dependent and regionally variable impacts on dryland ecosystem water balance Journal of Ecology. 102: 1408-1418
Burke IC, Bontti EE, Barrett JE, et al. (2013) Impact of labile and recalcitrant carbon treatments on available nitrogen and plant communities in a semiarid ecosystem. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 23: 537-45
Evans SE, Burke IC. (2013) Carbon and Nitrogen Decoupling Under an 11-Year Drought in the Shortgrass Steppe Ecosystems. 16: 20-33
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