Author Archives: Michael Anderson

Editor’s Choice

Our new paper “Edaphic, nutritive, and species assemblage differences between hotspots and matrix vegetation: two African case studies” by Arnold, Anderson and Holdo (2014) has been selected as the “Editor’s Choice article” for the July issue of Biotropica. The paper … Continue reading

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Tom Morrison

This month our project welcomes post-doc Tom Morrison. Tom will be living in Serengeti and solving the mysteries of dynamic savannas and figuring out why there are so few trees in savannas. It is great to have him aboard!

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ESA 2012

On August 8th Michael will present in the NUTNET special symposium at the ESA meeting in Portland, OR: “Getting over the hump: multivariate control of the productivity-diversity relationship”

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