Our research integrates biodiversity science with human ecology to understand contemporary patterns of biodiversity and its functioning within ecosystems.

We use a range of methodological approaches appropriate for addressing a specific question, including field surveys and experiments, lab experiments, social surveys, genetics, GIS, data science, and statistical and mathematical modeling.

Below is the list of current projects that we are actively researching. See our publications for a list of all research that has come out of our lab.

Joint Projects

Human Impacts on the Biodiversity of Curacao

The Spotted Lanternfly Invasion Meltdown

Projects led by Jocelyn Behm

Predicting the Spread of Exotic Species

Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

Biodiversity and Sustainability

Projects led by Matthew Helmus

Integrative Methods for Global Change Biology

Geographic Ecology in the Anthropocene

Functional Diversity of Adaptive Landscapes

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