Ph.D. Systems Ecology (anticipated May 2022)
W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, University of Montana, MT
B.S. Plant Biology, 2012
Department of Environmental and Plant Biology, Ohio University, OH Minor: Spanish
2016- Graduate Research Assistant, Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology Laboratory, W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, University of Montana
2012-2016 Research Assistant, MPG Ranch 2012 Research Specialist, The Holden Arboretum
2010-2012 Undergraduate Research Assistant, Soil Ecology Laboratory Department of Environmental and Plant Biology, Ohio University
8. Shaw, AN, JS Hall, M van Breugel & CC Cleveland. (in prep). “Robbing the Phosphorus Vault: Can Tropical Rainforest Trees Access and Use”Unavailable” P?”
7. Smemo, KA, SM Petersen, LA Kluber, AN Shaw, & JL DeForest. 2021. “Temporal soil enzyme patterns provide new insights into the nutrient economy of acidic hardwood forests.” Biogeochemistry. 155: 97-112.
6. Shaw, AN & CC Cleveland. 2020. “The effects of temperature on soil phosphorus availability and phosphatase enzyme activities: a cross-ecosystem study from the tropics to the Arctic.” Biogeochemistry 151:113-125.
5. Buchkowski, RW, AN Shaw, D Sihi, GR Smith, & AD Keiser. 2019. “Constraining carbon and nutrient flows in soil with ecological stoichiometry.” Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution 7(382).
4. Soper, FM, BW Sullivan, BB Osborne, AN Shaw, L Philippot, & CC Cleveland. 2019. “Leaf-cutter ants engineer large nitrous oxide hot spots in tropical forests.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286(1894).
3. Shaw, AN & DL Mummey. 2017. “Poa secunda Local Collections and Commercial Releases: A Genotypic Evaluation” PLoS ONE 12(4) e0173221
2. Shaw, AN & JL DeForest. 2013. “The cycling of readily available phosphorus in response to elevated phosphorus in acidic temperate deciduous forests.” Applied Soil Ecology 63:88-93
1. Kluber, LA, SR Carrino-Kyker, KP Coyle, JL DeForest, CR Hewins, AN Shaw, KA Smemo, & DJ Burke. 2012. “Mycorrhizal response to experimental pH and P manipulation in acidic hardwood forests.” PLoS ONE 7(11): e48946. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048946
2017 “The effects of temperature on net P mineralization: a cross-biome comparison.” AN Shaw & CC Cleveland. 2017 Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR
2017 “WWNCD: What will nutrient cycles do (under climate change).” AN Shaw & CC Cleveland. 2017 University of Montana GradCon. Missoula, MT
2015 “Poa secunda genetics: a comparison of local and commercial plant materials.” AN Shaw & DL Mummey. 2015 National Native Seed Conference, Santa Fe, NM
2014 “Towards a genotypic characterization of the interspace species Poa secunda.” AN Shaw, LM Shreading, & DL Mummey. MPG Conference, Missoula, MT
2019 “Robbing the Phosphorus Vault: Can Tropical Rainforest Trees Access and Use”Unavailable” P?” AN Shaw, BL Turner, JS Hall, & CC Cleveland. The Soil Ecology Society Biennial Meeting 2019, Toledo, OH
2016 “Chronic nitrogen deposition may shift temperate forests from nitrogen to phosphorus economies.” AN Shaw & JL DeForest. INTERFACE workshop: Phosphorus Cycling in Terrestrial Ecosystems, Townsend, TN
2012 “Is phosphorus limiting to unglaciated Ohio forests?” AN Shaw, N Romito, & JL DeForest. Ohio University Student Research and Creativity Expo and 2012 Ohio University Department of Environmental and Plant Biology Undergraduate Poster Session, Athens, OH
2011 “The cycling of readily available phosphorus in response to phosphate additions” AN Shaw & JL DeForest. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA
2011 “Quantifying labile phosphorus cycling in unglaciated eastern deciduous forests” AN Shaw & JL DeForest. Ohio University Student Research and Creativity Expo and 2011 Ohio University Department of Environmental and Plant Biology Undergraduate Poster Session, Athens, OH
Scientist Mentor, Missoula Insectarium “Girls and Bugs” after-school program, 2016-2018
Judge, Montana Science Fair, 2017-2019
Skype a Scientist, 2018-present