Experiments and projects investigating response to disturbance and stress

 

Creation of miniature grasslands as means of Integrated Pest Management on “green streets” in NYC (Brooklyn): Pilot study to determine feasibility and impact on planted shrubs.

Cooperator: Robert McLean, NY Parks and Recreation

Student Investigator: open

 

 

The 1st amendment to the 3rd rule of assembly: community evolution: Implication for community development and invasive species.

Cooperator: Peter Morin

Student Investigator: Mark June-Wells, Ph.D track

 

 

Novel communities in an urban wildland: static and dynamic borders between stands of sympatric and allopatric plants

Cooperator: Frank Gallagher/Liberty SP, Amitabha Bose

Student Investigator: Mark June-Wells, Gregg Burdulis

 

 

Community invasibility: the role of propagule pressure and

species richness – a microcosm experiment

Advisors: Douglas Morrison, Peter Morin

Student Investigator: Caroline Maier, Ph.D. track

 

 

Effects of pollution on birds in an urban wildland: attractive nuisance or urban oasis?

Student Investigator: Charles Hofer

 

 

Community dynamics in sheltered shrub canopies and exposed intershrub sites in the Mojave

Hadas Parag

 

 

Long-term population dynamics of native and invasive annual species in the Mojave Desert.  Description and modeling of annual-shrub interaction

 

 

Effects of annuals on two dominant shrub species in contrasting years (Lucerne Valley/Sheep Pass)

 

 

Sex and climate change: dynamic sex ratio of an monoecious shrub in the borderland between Mediterranean and deserts

Cooperators: Katja Tielboerger, Marcelo Sternberg

 

 

Community affinity of plants and climate change

Cooperators: Dan Malkinson, Marcelo Sternberg

 

 

Invasion and climate change: BSF proposal (Nov 2006)

Cooperator: Marcelo Sternberg

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
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