Collaborators

Dr. Christopher Lortie (M.Sc. Supervisor) 
Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology, York University, Toronto, Ontario  
website: http://www.ecoblender.org/
research: integrative ecology, plant ecology, restoration ecology
current collaborations:
-the role of interactions for arid system restoration ecology
-the influence of positive interactions on the seed biology and germination of desert annuals
-do shrubs influence the foraging behaviour of desert kangaroo rats?

Diego Sotomayor
PhD Candidate, Dept. of Geography, York University, Toronto, Ontario
research: direct and indirect interactions, desert ecology, seed biology
current collaborations:
-the influence of positive interactions on the seed biology and germination of desert annuals. 

Alex Filazzola
PhD Candidate, Dept. of Biology, York University, Toronto, Ontario
website: www.filazzola.info
research: mechanisms of shrub facilitation, plant ecology, desert ecology
current collaborations:
-the role of shrubs and invasive grasses on endangered leopard lizard activity
-measuring shrub-plant interactions along biotic and abiotic stress gradients
-determining the capacity for shrubs and associated plants to act as a seed trap

Ally Ruttan
M.Sc. Candidate, Dept. of Biology, York University, Toronto, Ontario
research: pollinator interactions, pollinator biology, desert ecology

Taylor Noble
M.Sc. Candidate, Dept. of Biology, York University, Toronto, Ontario
research: plant-animal interactions, animal behaviour, desert ecology

Ty Nanayakkara
B.Sc. (Hons.) Candidate, Dept. of Biology, Toronto, Ontario
research: plant-pollinator interactions, pollinator behaviour, animal behaviour

 

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