We replicated our field experiment in MI and AR. Stoked to see what we find!
As part of our latitudinal gradient project, we are just back from setting up a field experiment in MI at Palmatier Lake. To boot, we got to meet Earl Werner! Now we just have to replicate it in the South.
The take home: Species residency status matters (A LOT) for making inferences in community ecology modelling.
Another Adam! Must be a good sign. We are excited that Adam will be joining our lab after working on his MS with Erik Svensson.
We are stoked to have her!. She will be working on a project focused on how local adaptive evolution affects population regulation as well as developing other projects.
Pretty fun paper too! We show that in the presence of cues released by fish predators and by damselflies viewing predators that damselflies become less lethal in killing their own prey.