Sean T. Michaletz, PhD

2012-2018 Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
 2015-2017 Earth and Environmental Sciences Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, United States 
 2018- Department of Botany and Biodiversity Research Centre University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
Physiological ecology, ecosystem ecology, macroecology, scaling, fire behavior and effects
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Peter Reich research assistant 1999-2001 UMN
Edward A. Johnson grad student 2012 University of Calgary
 (Tree mortality and seed survival in forest fires)
Brian J. Enquist post-doc University of Arizona
Nate G. McDowell post-doc LANL


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Lachlan R. M. Byrnes research assistant 2019-2021 UBC
Marcella Cross grad student UBC
Isaac Borrego grad student 2019- UBC
Josef Garen grad student 2019- UBC
Milos Simovic grad student 2020- UBC
Nicole Bison grad student 2021- UBC
Nathan Malamud grad student 2023- UBC
Alex Goke grad student 2024- UBC
Timothy M. Perez post-doc 2020- UBC
Raquel Partelli Feltrin post-doc 2021- UBC
Hugo Galvão Candido post-doc 2018-2020 UBC
Elizabeth Kleynhans post-doc 2019-2020 UBC
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Bison NN, Michaletz ST. (2024) Variation in leaf carbon economics, energy balance, and heat tolerance traits highlights differing timescales of adaptation and acclimation. The New Phytologist
Halbritter AH, Vandvik V, Cotner SH, et al. (2024) Plant trait and vegetation data along a 1314 m elevation gradient with fire history in Puna grasslands, Perú. Scientific Data. 11: 225
Michaletz ST, Garen JC. (2024) Hotter is not (always) better: Embracing unimodal scaling of biological rates with temperature. Ecology Letters. 27: e14381
Garen JC, Michaletz ST. (2023) Fast Assimilation-Temperature Response: a FAsTeR method for measuring the temperature dependence of leaf-level photosynthesis. The New Phytologist
Vandvik V, Halbritter AH, Althuizen IHJ, et al. (2023) Plant traits and associated data from a warming experiment, a seabird colony, and along elevation in Svalbard. Scientific Data. 10: 578
He Q, Wang S, Feng K, et al. (2023) High speciation rate of niche specialists in hot springs. The Isme Journal
Xu WB, Guo WY, Serra-Diaz JM, et al. (2023) Global beta-diversity of angiosperm trees is shaped by Quaternary climate change. Science Advances. 9: eadd8553
Garen JC, Aparecido LMT, Blonder BW, et al. (2023) Canopy-top measurements do not accurately quantify canopy-scale leaf thermoregulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2301914120
Blonder BW, Aparecido L, Hultine K, et al. (2023) Plant water use theory should incorporate hypotheses about extreme environments, population ecology, and community ecology. The New Phytologist
Dickman LT, Jonko AK, Linn RR, et al. (2023) Integrating plant physiology into simulation of fire behavior and effects. The New Phytologist
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