Recent Posts
Featured Posts

Summer Interns and Graduate Fellows Present Plateau Forest Research at National Meeting


The Evans lab travelled down to Savannah Georgia this week and presented three posters at the Botanical Society of America annual meeting. Summer interns and graduate fellows worked together on these projects and the posters were well received. Great to visit with former students and botany colleagues!

Ashley Block -- The role of agricultural legacies in generating novel plant communities in nutrient-limited forests: A case study from the southern Cumberland Plateau, TN.

Katie Kull and Kimberley Williams -- Change in biomass accumulation over thirty-seven years in a nutrient-limited, upland temperate forest.

Callie Oldfield -- Ecological resistance to woody species loss in two adjacent southern Appalachian communities.

Kimberley explaining poster to Allan Strand (plant ecologist at the College of Charleston).

Callie with Ashley Morris (MTSU)

View of conference center and hotel from Savannah River ferry

Excellent dinner together in the Savannah historic district