Pedro Quintana-Ascencio, Professor
Research Area(s): Interactive effects of disturbance and spatial structure on plant community and population dynamics, especially for several rare plant species endemic to the Lake Wales Ridge in central Florida.
I am a member of the science committee for the COMPADRE & COMADRE database project to create an open-access database of matrix population models for both animals and plants from all over the world to facilitate its usage for scientific and teaching purposes.
I. Jack Stout, Professor emeritus
Research Areas: Conservation biology of Florida, including beach mice, gopher tortoise, and lupines.
Ian Biazzo, PhD
Research: Fire, frogs and some other stuff
Federico Lopez Borghesi, PhD
Research: Broadly, I am interested on the interplay between plant reproductive physiology and population level dynamics. My project aims to find novel ways to frame seed ecophysiology studies to inform plant demography models.
Jacob D. Hart, PhD
Research: My research examines how mosquito populations and diversity vary in time and space at regional scales. I also conducted an experiment (in the picture) on ecological disturbance and productivity.
|Shireen Alemadi, MS, 2006||Debra Rinne, MS, 2006||Alaina Bernard, MS, 2007||Kristina Horn, MS, 2007|
|Bonnie Berry, MS, 2008||Elizabeth Boughton, PhD, 2009||Camille Collins, MS, 2010||Jennifer Navarra, MS, 2010|
|Lisa McCauley, PhD, 2011||Kim Medley, PhD, 2012||Sandor Kelly, MS, 2012||Elizabeth Stephens, PhD, 2013|
|Matthew Tye, MS, 2014||Caitlyn Debevec, MS, 2015||Steffan Pierre, MS, 2015||Lina Maria Sanchez Clavijo, PhD, 2016|
|Jason Schroeder, PhD, 2018||Haoyu Li, MS, 2019|