We have been funded by The German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) for a sDiv working group aimed to exploring biogeographic and macroevolutionary patterns in organismal stoichiometric diversity. Hooray for some really exciting and neat upcoming science! Looking forward…
We have been awarded a Rutgers Research Council Grant to study diversity patterns across spatial scales using pitcher plant systems across New Jersey!
I will be part of a working group on food web structure across spatial scales led by Gustavo Romero (UNICAMP Brazil) and Diane S. Srivastava (UBC Canada) at iDiv Germany on integrating network, metacommunity and trait-based analyses of food webs…
I will be part of several SESYNC working group meetings focused on synthesizing the relationships among rates of human-driven nutrient enrichment, host-pathogen interactions, ecosystem processes, and their feedbacks to human well-being. These workshops will be led by Elizabeth Borer from University…
We have been awarded NSF funding through DEB Ecosystem Science to study “The Effects of N and P deposition on stoichiometry, structure, and function of whole-aquatic ecosystems (Bromeliaceae and Sarraceniaceae)”
Our paper on “Ecological mechanisms and phylogeny shape invertebrate stoichiometry: a test using detritus-based communities across Central and South America” has been accepted for publication in Functional Ecology
We are thrilled to be at the iDiv center in Leipzig, Germany collaborating with Uli Brose, Stan Harpole and Helmut Hillebrand!
Congratulations to Tiffany for successfully defending her Master’s thesis!
We welcome Mark Nessel, Morgan Kelly, Katrina DeWitt, and Caleb Gilbert to the lab!
Angélica and collaborators have three papers accepted! Two are already out in Environmental Microbiology and in Royal Society Open Science, and the other will be coming out soon in Frontiers Progress in Ecological Stoichiometry!