Ecological systems are the archetypal complex systems. They are typically heterogeneous, display non-equilibrium phenomena, are strongly interacting, noisy, and adapt over time. We bring together theory, experiment, and empirical data to try to understand how ecological processes drive the patterns of species and organisms we see in nature. We are currently looking for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers to join us and work on a range of projects. Check out the Opportunities page for more information or contact us.
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Images courtesy of the noun project: Plant by Michele Zamparo | Network by Theresa Taylor | Computer by Olivier Guin | Sketching by A.M. Briganti