Carol Vleck was recognized by the American Ornithology Society for her lifetime achievement in ornithological research.
Brian Wilsey, along with graduate student Andrew Kaul and EEOB alumna Leanne Martin, authored a study showing that the introduction of exotic, nonnative plant species to grasslands plays a large part in changing the plant life cycles of the region.
Dr. John Pleasants recently spoke with Iowa Public Radio on the status of Monarch butterflies in the Midwest.
For the past 30 years, Janzen has spent the summer at the Thomson Causeway, researching a variety of reptiles and amphibians in a summer-long fieldwork setup now known as Turtle Camp.
Baken received the Society of Systematic Biologist's Graduate Student Research Award to examine patterns of salamander evolution associated with an arboreal lifestyle.
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- Effects of resource distribution on overwinter foraging by mice in agricultural fields and the implications for maize volunteer control
- Merging the “Morphology–Performance–Fitness” Paradigm and Life-History Theory in the Eagle Lake Garter Snake Research Project
- Nesting stage and distance to refuge influence terrestrial nesting behavior in an aquatic turtle
- Optimized high-throughput methods for quantifying iron biogeochemical dynamics in soil