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New paper out in Ecology!

Check out our new paper in Ecology that identifies an interactive response by red cedars to sea-level rise and coastal storms. We found red cedar roots develop an asymmetrical distribution that increases their resistance to sea level rise (press disturbance) but makes them more vulnerable to windthrow during coastal storms (pulse disturbance).

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Thanks to funding from DRI's Research Immersion Internship Program, I'll be leading 3-4 undergraduates in a semester-long research project in Fall 2023. As paid interns, the students will do valuable

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