June 04, 2015
Monitoring soil carbon increases and nutrient retention in agricultural grounds is a challenging task. The processes occur over long periods of time, and nature rarely follows a set order – varying spatial scales create diversity among communities of organisms, as well as events such as energy...
June 03, 2015
M.S. candidate, Jennifer Dixon, was awarded first place in the TRIARCH "Botanical Images" Student Travel Award. This awards provides travel support to BSA meetings for outstanding work in the area of creating botanical digital images. Learn More
May 28, 2015
After recent graduate Kimberly Szcodronski received her Master of Science in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology in December 2014, she worked for the Yellowstone Wolf Project tracking and observing the newly formed Prospect Peak Wolf Pack in Yellowstone National Park, WY.  Szcodronsk is...
May 13, 2015
Calculus for the Life Sciencs: A Modeling Approach is a calculus and differiential equations text for first and second year university students. Read More
May 13, 2015
Ph.D. candidate, Lakshmi Attigala was awareded the GPSS Research and Teaching awards April 2, 2015.
May 13, 2015
Hilary Haley spends part of every week as a graduate student at ISU and also as an employee of The Nature Conservancy working at the Dunn Ranch in Missouri.  Her M.S. research focuses on how bee communities respond to grassland restoration.
May 13, 2015
Dr. Chris Chandler, graduate of EEOB, recently received the NSF Faculty Early Career grant for his work with isopods commonly known as pillbugs or potato bugs. Read More
May 13, 2015
Over the last 210 million years, turtles successfully colonized and adapted to freshwater, marine, and terrestrial environments worldwide. This ecological diversification is reflected in the remarkable shell variation of living turtles, suggesting that processes governing the formation of the...
May 13, 2015
Leanne Martin, a recent graduate of EEB, and Brian Wilsey recently tested how exotic grassland species altered beta diversity (diversity caused by species turnover from place to place) in 42 grassland sites along a latitudinal gradient from Minnesota to central Texas. The paper was published in...


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