Souther Plant Ecology Lab
The Souther Plant Ecology Lab looks at how anthropogenic change affects wild plant populations and communities. Check out this website to learn more about our research, as well as native plant conservation.
October 2014 - Thrush research featured on NPR
September 2014 - Another new paper:
Souther, S. & J.B. McGraw. 2014. Synergistic effects of climate change and harvest on extinction risk of American ginseng. Ecological Applications 24(6): 1463-1477.
August 2014 - The Souther lab in the news! Over 40 media outlets picked up coverage of the 'Biotic impacts of energy development from shale' paper. Here are a couple notable links: The Guardian, Popular Science, ScienceBlog, Wisconsin Public News Service, and The Conversation
August 2014 - Two new papers have come out:
Souther, S., Terrell, K., Tingley, M.W., Hayman, D.T.S., Popescu, V.D., Ryan, M.E., Graves, T.A. & B. Hartl. 2014. Biotic impacts of energy development from shale: research priorities and knowledge gaps. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 330-338.
Souther, S., Fetcher, N., Fowler, Z., Shaver G. & J.B. McGraw. 2014. Ecotypic differentiation in photosynthesis and growth of Eriophorum vaginatum along a latitudinal gradient in Alaska. Botany 92: 551-561.
August 2014 - Welcome, Aaron! Aaron Bugby joins the lab to look at managed relocation of understory herbs.