We pursue research to enhance the stewardship, understanding and appreciation of wild ecosystems. Our projects focus on terrestrial ecosystems and plant communities, links between biodiversity and human well-being, and the implications of interacting global and regional environmental changes. We work with a wide range of NGOs, government agencies, land managers and community members to bridge strong science to effective action.
Dr. Erika Zavaleta is joined by former lab member Dan Hernandez of Carleton College in a BioScience Talks podcast on "Nitrogen's Threat To Biodiversity".
Paulo Quadri has received a UC MEXUS Dissertation Grant!