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 second of the three part series.
Elsa Anderson - Mowing impact on bee community composition in Chicago's vacant lots
Nolan Bielinski - Using soundscape software to monitor anuran calling behavior in noisy habitats
Amanda Henderson - Into Darkness: Impacts of a Changing Basal Resource on Microarthropod Communities
Michael Ricketts - Arctic soil microbial community functional shifts in response to increased snow