News & Press
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.
Postdoc Erica Henry receives new grant from the National Park Service. Will fund research on restoration and conservation of endangered butterflies in Everglades National Park
Long Term Ecological Research site at Kellogg Biological Station renewed for next four years. New focus on resilience as climate and land use change
Nick shares his story “Resurrection and resilience of the rarest butterflies” as a Perspective in PLOS Biology’s Conservation Stories from the Front Lines Collection.
Zoology Ph.D. student Elsita Kiekebusch in the Nick Haddad Lab is featured in the NC State CALS Magazine Spring 2017 issue. Elsita discusses the impacts of climate change on the development and life cycles of butterflies in this video.
View an archive of some past lab news (2001 – 2015)