New in Field Notes: Savanna tree growth and extinction by hybridization

April 14, 2016

Explore the relationship between savanna tree growth and rainfall with the help of some elephants, and learn whether a tiny plant could be hybridizing its way to extinction in Mexico in two new Field Notes.

Alternate Realities & Elephant Parties with Yale PhD student Madelon Case. (Published April 7, 2016)

Searching for Densifolia with Yale postdoctoral student Adam Roddy. (Published April 14, 2016)


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