Sarah R Supp


Summary

I am a broadly trained ecologist primarily interested in addressing questions that work across ecological boundaries. In our changing world, approaches that combine insights from individuals to ecosystems are critical to providing the information that we need to understand the mechanisms that explain biodiversity, to identify the dynamics that drive change at the community and ecosystem level, and to predict how biological systems will respond in the future.

Biodiversity Computational Biology Ecology

Work details

NSF Postdoctoral Fellow

University of Maine
Biology, Geography

University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Vermont

PeerJ Contributions

April 21, 2015 - Version: 2
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July 5, 2013 - Version: 2
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