Chicago Botanic Garden
jsteffen at chicagobotanic dot org
Insect communities are an important part of ecological interactions, especially involving relationships with plants. Because of this importance, there are especially interesting interactions when species are rare or in decline. To get at some of these interactions, this project examines pollination biology of a threatened plant and the arthropod community of a common, but declining tree. The...
Effects of Rhamnus cathartica (common buckthorn) invasion and restoration on woodland carbon sequestration
Analysis of the effects of buckthorn on soil carbon in woodlands
Diversity of Ground-dwelling Spider Populations in Restored Areas of an Oak Woodland Habitat
Response of Ground-Dwelling Spider Populations to Restoration in Oak Woodlands
Determination of Inorganic Nitrogen in Native and Nonnative Plants by Mason Jar Diffusion