My research uses salt marsh communities to study how and why species interactions vary across space. My current experimental and modeling work examines how intraspecific variation affects species interactions, which I became interested in during my PhD when I found that plants interacted differently depending on where they came from. Main areas of research include:

Effects of intraspecific variation on species interactions

Modeling intraspecific diversity

Impacts of sea-level rise on salt marsh communities

Continental-scale effects of environmental variability on salt marsh plant communities

Drivers of variation in plant-plant interactions in salt marshes along the California coast

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