Ever wonder why there are good fire years and bad fire years when every year is a hot year? Climate change is important, but only part of the story. As climate variability increases with atmospheric carbon, annual variation may increase leading to more intense fire years following wet winters in the western United States. The […]
If you live in Texas have a grass or other plant you’d like identified, please send a contact below and you may attach photos either to my response email or upload them to imgur and send the web address below
Centaurea stoebe is a perennial forb belonging to the family Asteraceae. Since its introduction from eastern Europe, C. stoebe has spread widely and caused substantial economic damage (Harris and Cranston, 1979, Watson and Renney 1974). As of 2000, this species had successfully invaded 7.5 million acres of North American land; it was present in 46 […]
I have been writing this over the course of the past year. After going through this very stressful yet exciting process, here is my advice for other undergraduates that are hoping to apply to graduate schools and don’t know where to start. GETTING YOUR BEARINGS Make sure grad school is for you. My undergraduate advisor […]
This presentation is from a research collaboration between myself and Andrew Vanderheiden at Texas A&M University under the supervision of Dr. Stacey Lyle.