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Current Research

Colonization capacity of migrating species

Plant populations migrating in response to climate change will have to colonize established communities. Even if a population disperses to a new region with a favorable climate, interactions with other species may prevent its establishment and further spread. The potential of these species to grow along with residents will be a critical factor controlling their response to climate change. To determine the capacity of migrating species to colonize established communities we are conducting long-term transplant experiments.

Associated Materials

Real-time Conditions on Douglas Lake

Data from the Douglas Lake Buoy is now available for download via the Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratory.

Additional external data for UMBS is also available!

Data Management at UMBS

The University of Michigan Biological Station is committed to helping our researchers successfully meet data management requirements such as those recently outlined by the National Science Foundation. Please visit our Data Management portal page for more!

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Researcher Photograph

Photo of Luke Nave