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Blonder is an ecologist who is focusing his research on plant response to global change, past and present. He is also interested in improving science education for K-12 students through experiential approaches.
Arizona State University
July 2017 - present: Curator of Lichens and Digital Data
Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands
November 2004 - present: Adjunct Scientist (CDF Lichen Inventory)
Day is a plant ecologist who studies factors that control plant performance, plant litter decomposition and carbon cycling.
Franz is an insect systematist who specializes in New World weevil diversity and evolution. He curates the Hasbrouck Insect Collection and directs the Biodiversity Knowledge Integration Center (BioKIC).
Garcia-Pichel is the dean of natural sciences for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. He studies the roles, adaptations and impacts of microbes in natural environments, from desert soils to shallow marine waters.
Gaxiola studies the physiological mechanisms by which plants regulate root activity and nutrient uptake. His work may be used to engineer crops that could help secure future food supplies.
Gile is an evolutionary microbiologist who studies single-celled eukaryotes (protists) and symbiosis.
Hall is an ecosystem and conservation scientist who studies connections between natural habitats and people. She is the Director of the Environmental Life Sciences PhD program and an award-winning teacher in her field.
Leslie Landrum is a senior research scientist and ASU Herbarium Curator.
I am a botanist with expertise in Southwestern floristics. I am particularly interested in the diversity, distribution, and evolutionary history of plants and applying this knowledge toward conservation and outreach.
Pigg is a paleobotanist who studies fossil plants that are related to modern groups of conifers, ferns and woody hardwood trees. Her group studies the origin of plants of the temperate deciduous biome.
Sala is the Julie A. Wrigley and Foundation Professor and the Founding Director of the Global Drylands Center at ASU.
Steele is an evolutionary plant biologist with interests in molecular, chromosomal and genome size evolution.
Stromberg is a plant ecologist and botanist who specializes in riparian and wetland ecosystems.
Throop is an ecosystem scientist who studies how global-scale changes influence arid and semi-arid ecosystems. She is co-director of the Environmental Life Sciences PhD program.
Varsani is a molecular virologist who works across ecosystems from plants to animals and from the tropics to polar regions.
Martin Wojciechowski is an evolutionary biologist who studies plants, with an emphasis on the genomics, biogeography, and phylogenetics of legumes (family Leguminosae) and cacti (family Cactaceae).