Each year, the Ecology & Evolution group awards mini research grants to E&E graduate students. These presentations showcase the research that they conducted using the funds. This is the first of the three part series.
Stephanie Chancellor - Understanding how the Giant Pacific Octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) Interprets Fear in the Intertidal of Prince William Sound, Alaska with the use of Experimental Foraging Patches (Brown Lab)
Jason Palagi - Understanding the scale of the influence of deer herbivory on the clonal growth of an understory plant (Ashley Lab)
Todd Widhelm - Soaring on the wind or tectonic rafting? The biogeography of Pseudocyphellaria glabra (Mason-Gamer Lab)