Check out our research published in Global Change Biology! The study looked at mortality in grasses and shrubs responding to long-term, experimental drought. You can read or download the full paper using the links here:
The invasive Sahara mustard has negatively impacted communities in the southwestern U.S. for decades. In an effort to combat the species, our study on the species’ genetic structure and invasion history was published in Ecology and Evolution. You can read or download the full paper by clicking the links here:
Our group effort brought together scientists, land managers, non-profit partners, and volunteers to address the challenges and opportunities in restoring lands on the Colorado Plateau. Together we published an opinion article in Restoration Ecology. You can read or download the full article by clicking the links here:
Our research on the population structure and ecological modeling of the gorgeous Florida whip spider Phrynus marginemaculatus is now published in Ecology and Evolution. You can read or download the full article here!
Our common garden research on functional traits and growth strategies of the invasive Sahara mustard has been published in the American Journal of Botany. You can read or download the full article here!
Check out our photo from our saguaro research featured on the July issue of the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. We also published a photo gallery with stunning photos from this work. You can read or download the full article here!
Check out our new study on the strategies an invasion dwarf bamboo employees as it invades alpine habitats in Hokkaido, Japan! The article is published in Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research and is open access and free for anyone to read. You can read or download the full article here!