I am a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in Biology and Mathematics working with Peter Adler at Utah State University and Fred Adler at the University of Utah. My research seeks to understand the causes and consequences of biodiversity and to predict the impacts of climate change on plant populations.
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New paper published in Ecosphere, led by Andrew Kulmatiski, showing evidence of roots independently foraging for water and nitrogen in sagebrush steppe.
Our NEON and Powell Center workshop report, led by Mike Dietze, on the necessity of near-term, iterative forecasts in ecology now online.
New paper on synchrony of dominant species in five grasslands to be published in Ecology (online early).
New preprint posted on bioRxiv on species coexistence, environmental variability, and ecosystem stability.