population image here
These faculty analyze the basis for ecological patterns in plant life history, adaptive
morphology, and community structure.
Specific interests include biomechanics, physiological ecology, economic analyses of plant form, pollination biology, evolution and
genetics of mating systems, plant-animal interactions, ordination and classification of communities, hierarchy
theory, restoration ecology, and conservation biology.
Other faculty or department affiliates with interests in ecology and
evolutionary biology include: