Collaborators

Biological control of invasive plants; Evolution and developmental biology of insects

 

Ecological impacts of invasive plants; Restoration planning

Carla D'Antonio

Understanding controls over plant community change; Species introductions effects on ecosystem composition, structure and functioning

Biological control of invasive plants and insects, molecular ecology and parasitology.

Ecophysiology of desert plants; Climate change and plant responses

Wildlife ecology / riparian bird population biology

Matthew.Johnson@nau.edu

Restoration ecology, T&E bird surveys, red-legged frog, tidewater goby, botanic surveys

http://www.kisnereco.com/

Adam Lambert

My work is focuses on applied ecology and multi-trophic interactions in riparian and coastal wetland systems. Research topics include the effects of invasive species on natural communities, mechanisms of invasion, plant conservation, tri-trophic interactions, and biological control. I also conduct large-scale restoration and effectiveness monitoring projects in riparian systems.

Geology/fluvial geomorphology; Landscape assessment and restoration planning

Bruce Orr

Riparian ecology and vegetation science; Restoration for biodiversity enhancement - fish and riparian birds

Habitat Restoration and Plant Ecology - Restoration Planning Researcher 
Master's of Environmental Management Student at University of San Francisco 
Matt Stoecker portrait

Salmonid ecology, river restoration for fish access