Studying the assembly, maintenance, and disassembly of ecological communities

Welcome to the Baiser Lab of community ecology where we are interested in the how, why, when, and where of ecological communities. We take empirical and theoretical approaches with a wide-range of organisms and systems to explore how species composition, traits, phylogenetic diversity, and interaction structure change over space and time.

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NEWS & EVENTS

11/2022 PhD student Owen Schnieder and Dr. Lauren Trotta give talks at the Pine Rockland Working Group Meeting

10/2022 sDiv working group Synthesizing Global Urban Biological Invasion Knowledge was funded. Wunderbar!

8/2022  Ben and Owen travel to ESA in Montreal to give talks!

3/2022 Congrats to Dr. Pablo Moreno Garcia on the defense of his PhD!

2/2022 Congrats to Dr. Lauren Trotta on the defense of her PhD!

1/2022 Welcome to new MS student, Shelby LeClare who will be studying invasive pythons in the Everglades food web 

9/2021 Welcome to new PhD student, Isadora Fluck, who comes to us from Brazil!

8/2021 New Baiser lab publication exploring a trait-based approach to microbiome function in pitcher plants (link)