Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
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EEB Professor Knute Nadelhoffer recently brought his expertise to the nation’s capital in hopes of affecting informed policy change.
EEB graduate student Jon Massey has been awarded a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Janelia Graduate Research Fellow for his work on genetic mechanisms underlying species differences in behavior and pigmentation.
On U-M Gateway: 2017 experimental burn at UMBS extends research on forest recovery from fire to over a century
“These burn plots are a time machine that allows us to look back at forests of different ages. They are a deliberately manipulated set of forests that have been, and will continue to be, a tremendous teaching and research resource,” said UMBS Director and Professor Knute Nadelhoffer, one of the eager onlookers at the Oct. 10 burn.
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