100 years ago, the Eastern United States was a lot different than it is today. Yeah, there was less urban . . .
The Latitudinal Diversity Gradient (LDG), i.e., the increase in species richness, from high to low latitudes, is the most enduring . . .
Since summer is often the most “exciting” time of year for ecologists, we have been capitalizing off the opportunity to . . .
Understanding the distribution and composition of vegetation communities is critical for effective management and conservation priorities. However, traditional studies of . . .