Biology Seminar: Dr. Annika Nelson

Dr. Annika Nelson writing in a notebook in front of trees and plants

The Spring 2022 Biology Seminar Series continues with a talk from Dr. Annika Nelson, "Defense trade-offs alter the outcomes of mutualisms." The seminar is on Tuesday, March 1st, at 12:00pm.

Dr. Nelson's research interests include climate change impacts on mutualisms, biodiversity loss, chemical ecology, and trade-offs in multi-species interactions. She will discuss her past work on the effects of biodiversity loss on plant-aphid-ant interactions in the Rocky Mountains, as well as her ongoing work on the chemical ecology of plant-ant interactions in Costa Rica.

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