MS, Ph.D. candidate @University of Michigan
I am a Ph.D. candidate working with Professor Inés Ibáñez at the School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS), University of Michigan.
I am a plant community ecologist with a focus on biological invasions, restoration and conservation ecology. In my current research, I investigate the contribution of community assembly history to invasion and reinvasion processes following control practices of introduced invasive plants in temperate forest understories. Specifically, I try to understand how native plant communities can be resistant to plant invasion. I use both fieldwork (experimental and observational studies) and quantitative systematic review approaches to investigate mechanisms of invasion.
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109