Community and Population Ecology
The LCI performs innovative research on the responses of ecological communities and populations to environmental change. Areas of emphasis include studies of wildlife and their habitats; traditionally-valued plants; and plant-pollinator interactions and networks.
- The impact of non-native predators on pollinators and native plant reproduction in a Hawaiian dryland ecosystem
- The role of non-native species in mutualistic network resilience
- Pollination of the Endangered Pediocactus peeblesianus var. fickeiseniae in sites spanning a diversity of land use histories
- Pollination effectiveness and pollinator diversity in fragmented habitats of Coryphantha scheeri var. robustispina, Pima pineapple cactus
- Location of plants traditionally used by American Indian tribes to improve management of federal lands
- Restoration of Arizona Emory oak stands