Debinksi Featured on University of Wyoming Feature Video
The University of Wyoming/National Park Service research site in Grand Teton National Park supports, encourages, adn promotes research such as Debinski's. More
Article on Montane Meadow Change During Droughts Published in Ecology
The article assess the effects of drought by quantifying temporal variation in community composition of a complex montane meadow landscape characterized by a hydrological gradient. More…
Welcome to the Debinski Lab!
Research interests in my lab encompass the restoration of prairie habitats, the study of montane meadows and climate change, and the recruitment and retention of women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields through the ADVANCE program.
Some of my current research projects include:
- Restoring prairie habitats that have incurred biodiversity loss. For a book describing my research on this topics see "The Prairie Builders: Reconstructing America's Lost Grasslands" by Sneed Collard
- The complex role of tall fescue in grassland ecology
Montane Meadows and Climate Change
- Testing the use of GIS and remote sensing data in predicting species distributions in montane meadows under present day and global climate change scenarios.
- Synthesizing long-term species distribution data.
- Global climate change and the ISU Climate Science Program
- Experimentally Simulating Climate Change Effects on Trophic Interactions in Montane Meadow Systems
Please visit the my research link to learn more about each project. I hope you explore our web page and enjoy what you find. If you have any questions about our research or opportunities in our lab, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.