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Terrestrial|Program in Ecology

Faculty studying terrestrial ecology

The University of Wyoming is situated in a diverse landscape with a broad array of terrestrial habitats. Wyoming ecologists study this entire array, including sagebrush steppe, grassland, conifer woodland, montane and subalpine forest, and alpine tundra. In addition, Wyoming ecologists are studying terrestrial ecosystems on four continents, ranging from tropical to arctic and lowland to alpine.

 

Jeff Beck (Ecosystem Science and Management)

Merav Ben-David, Ph.D. (Zoology/Physiology)Yellowstone Canyon

Craig Benkman, Ph.D. (Zoology/Physiology)

Steven Buskirk, Ph.D. (Zoology/Physiology)

Timothy Collier, Ph.D. (Ecosystem Science and Management)

Michael Dillon, Ph.D. (Ecosystem Science and Management)

Brent Ewers, Ph.D. (Botany)

Ann Hild, Ph.D. (Ecosystem Science and Management)

Stephen Jackson, Ph.D. (Botany)

Jeffrey Lockwood, Ph.D. (Philosophy)

James Lovvorn, Ph.D.

Carlos Martinez del Rio, Ph.D. (Zoology/Physiology)

David McDonald, Ph.D. (Zoology/Physiology)

Melanie Murphy, Ph.D. (Ecosystem Science and Management)

Elise Pendall, Ph.D. (Botany)

Bryan Shuman, Ph.D. (Geology/Geophysics)

Peter Stahl, Ph.D. (Ecosystem Science and Management)

Dan Tinker, Ph.D. (Botany)

William Reiners, Ph.D. (Botany)

Naomi Ward, Ph.D. (Molecular Biology)

David Williams, Ph.D. (Ecosystem Science and Management)

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