Wepprich

Tyson Wepprich published the best evidence supporting the insect apocalypse. He found that butterflies are declining in abundance by 2% per year in Ohio. He also found this is consistent with other studies worldwide.

2019-12-08T00:26:52+00:00 December 8th, 2019|Lab News|

Corridor Diversity

The effects of corridors on plant diversity have increased for nearly two decades! Our Science paper was led by Ellen Damschen. Another justification for long-term experiments.

2019-12-08T00:27:07+00:00 December 8th, 2019|Lab News|

Nature’s Contributions

I feel fortunate to have worked with Becky Chaplin-Kramer! We identified the locations in the world where nature does and could contribute to people's needs for high-quality water, pollination, and coastal protection. (article in Science)

2019-12-08T00:27:29+00:00 December 8th, 2019|Lab News|

Trevor Caughlin

Working in the Corridor Project, Trevor Caughlin shows that restoration success best predicted by landscape identify. doi:10.1002/eap.1850

2019-03-05T11:25:42+00:00 March 5th, 2019|Lab News|

Annual Review

Our review of how to bring quantitative approaches to conservation of at-risk butterflies. Led by Cheryl Schultz [view e-print]

2019-01-30T15:49:41+00:00 January 30th, 2019|Lab News|

Erica in Guardian

Postdoc Erica Henry, talking to the Guardian about her work on endangered butterflies threatened by climate change: “You could be paralyzed. But I’ve picked off my little piece, the problem I can help solve.”

2019-01-25T01:13:47+00:00 January 25th, 2019|Lab News|

Hawn Paper

Landscape corridors subsidize predator diets. Christine Hawn uses heavy isotopes of nitrogen to track how corridors funnel prey to green lynx spiders. [PDF reprint]

2018-11-25T14:17:05+00:00 November 25th, 2018|Lab News|