There are several undergraduates working in the lab, as independent study students or as paid research assistants. There are new openings most semesters.
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Current Graduate Students
Amanda Buchanan. Amanda is co-advised with Nora Underwood and is working on putting pollination biology into a community context. She does field work with bees and plants at the Rocky Mountain Biology Lab in Colorado (RMBL), and on water hyacinth in Florida.
Heather Gamper has worked on interactions among oaks, scale
insects, and birds in southern Mexico, and is now following her interests in community mapping, conservation, and biogeography via the Geography department. She has her own webpage here.
Josh Grinath is co-advised with Nora Underwood. Josh is working on an ant-membracid mutualism and its effects on the host plant and an herbivorous beetle. His field work is near RMBL. More about Josh 's work is here and here.
Ben Nomann is co-advised with Tom Miller, and works on source-sink demogrpahy of a tropical plant and the conservation value of different habitat types, with fieldwork in Brazil. He is now on leave....
Brian Spiesman works on community and landscape ecology. He is interested in the structure of plant-pollinator networks, models of indirect effects in communities, and effects of regional landscape configuration on local ecosystem functions.
Pete Tackas is working on operationalizing fitness definitions. Pete is finishing a PhD in Philosophy, and working on a concurrent MS in biology.
Henrique Valadão de Oliveira is a visiting student (2012) from Universidade de
Brasília , working on aggregation and coexistence in Drosophila communities for a "sandwich" project.
If you are potential graduate student and want to see your name up here too, please read my letter to prospective students, check out the E&E goup here, and then send me an email if you're still interested in working with me at FSU.
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