My research characterizes population and community responses of arthropods to climate change. I use empirical and modeling work to 1) measure the impacts of changing temperatures and hydrology on the phenology, abundance, and diversity of arthropods and 2) predict the consequences of these impacts to coupled human-natural ecosystems. Much of my work is at the interface of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. For example, I study how rapid warming in the Arctic influences Arctic mosquitoes and their role as pests of caribou. I use a combination of observations, experiments, and models to tackle ecological questions relevant to coupled human-natural systems. Please see my publications for an idea of the various projects I have completed.