Species interactions underpin many ecological and evolutionary processes. Research interests of the lab include understanding the consequences of environmental factors, such as climate change, invasive species, land-use change and nutrient availability, on the biodiversity on native plants and their interactions with animal mutualists and antagonists. In particular, we use a combination of observational, experimental, and theoretical approaches to examine the structure and function of plant-pollinator interactions at the community level.

If you are a student at Montana State and would like to become involved in a research project in one of these areas for work-study or otherwise, please feel free to contact me.