Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
"Climate and evolution in mountain lake food webs from top to bottom"
Shurin Lab studys variation in the structure and function of aquatic ecosystems and its consequences for people. The lab is particularly interested in the interactive roles of climate, predators and resources, and the importance of evolutionary change for ecological processes. The questions of how ecological and evolutionary changes affect human well-being, and how best to maintain the value of ecosystem services, motivate the lab's research.
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