Lab News

Congrats Alix!

Congrats to Alix Pfennigwerth on winning an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and grant from the American Rhododendron Society! Looking forward to seeing all of the great work you will do.
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Thanks for great seminars this spring!

Thanks to all of the great seminars and visits this spring semester – it was great having Carri LeRoy, Dylan Fischer, Keith Clay, Randy Swaty, Rodolfo Dirzo and Dave Wagner visiting the lab. We enjoyed talking/meeting with all of you!
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Jen Lau’s visit

Thanks to Jen for an excellent seminar! It was great having you visit the lab and meet with students and faculty in EEB. We all love your work and hope to see you again soon.
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New Paper by Michael Van Nuland from Field Ecology!

Congrats on a great study and first paper in PLoSOne! Abstract: Pollinators serve critical roles for the functioning of terrestrial ecosystems, and have an estimated annual value of over $150 billion for global agriculture. Mounting evidence from agricultural systems reveals that pollinators are dec
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Intern Christian Ristok

It was a pleasure having Christian in the lab from Aug-Oct.! Looking forward to working on a manuscript from the project.
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Welcome new lab members!

Happy to have Liam Mueller, Alix Pfenningwerth and Rachel Wolliver join the lab – welcome!
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New Special Feature in Journal of Ecology

New Special Feature in Journal of Ecology on plant-soil feedbacks (based on 2012 ESA Symposium).
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New paper in Ecology & Evolution

Congrats to Emmi on new paper in Ecology & Evolution! http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ece3.488/abstract Ecological explanations for the success and persistence of invasive species vastly outnumber evolutionary hypotheses, yet evolution is a fundamental process in the success of any s
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Congrats to Mark on new paper in PlosOne!

Congrats to Mark on new paper in PlosOne!. Read the paper in PlosOne. Aboveground-belowground linkages are recognized as drivers of community dynamics and ecosystem processes, but the impacts of plant-neighbor interactions on these linkages are virtually unknown. Plant-neighbor interactions are a ty
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