We are plant community ecologists working at the interface of ecosystem, landscape and population biology. Our goal is to apply cutting-edge science to the challenges of restoration, invasion, and environmental change.
Some common themes include plant-soil feedbacks, species effects on ecosystem processes, community assembly, functional traits, thresholds and resilience.
We are plant community ecologists at UC Berkeley keenly interested in ecological dynamics across time and space. Our field work centers on grasslands, rangelands, oak woodlands, wetlands and alpine tundra.
Our goal is to apply cutting-edge “usable” science to the challenges of restoration, … Read More
After three years of collaborative efforts between the Suding laboratory and land management practitioners of The Nature Reserve of Orange County (NROC), a new web-based land management tool is now … [Read More...]