- Our paper titled "Compositional decoupling of savanna canopy and understory tree communities in Serengeti" (by Anderson, Morrison, Rugemalila and Holdo) has just been accepted by The Journal of Vegetation Science. The paper highlights the strong discontinuity between the understory woody plant community and those in the canopy and reveal strong links between dissimilarity and soils, and to a lesser degree fire.
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Congratulations to Duesdedith Rugemalila, who just had his first manuscript, titled “Precipitation and elephants, not fire, shape tree community composition in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania” accepted in Biotropica. This is sure to be the first of many – way to … Continue reading
We are very excited to announce that Deusdedith ‘Deus’ Rugemalila will be joining our lab as a PhD student in the fall. Deus is currently receiving his MSc at The University of Missouri with Ricardo Holdo – so he will … Continue reading
Our paper “Biogeographically distinct controls on C3 and C4 grass distributions: merging community and physiological ecology” has just been accepted by Global Ecology and Biogeography. Congratulations to graduate student Daniel Griffith for leading this terrific study!