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Tracy Langkilde, Associate Professor, Biology
My research focuses on this interface between ecology and evolution. Particularly, I aim to understand how individuals interact with one another and their environment, and how responses to changes in the environment can shape these interactions. My work is mostly field based and focuses primarily on reptiles and amphibians. It incorporates aspects of population, community, behavioral, physiological and evolutionary ecology; employing experimental and comparative approaches, as well as molecular techniques, to test key hypotheses in four main areas: invasion, stress, competition, and reproductive strategies.
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