Predicting the speed, scale and various impacts of climate change is a tricky business with serious implications for food production, water supplies and land-use management. In his lab and field work, Prof. Santiago studies the ecological strategies of drought-resistant native shrubs in heat-stressed Southern California. He identifies the remarkable ways they influence and respond to changes in light, water and nutrients, providing data crucial to our understanding of future climate change impacts.

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