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Four Science Pipes Packages (Cemetery Demography, Darwin’s Finches, Forest Population Structure and North American Pollen) were developed through an award from the National Science Foundation Award # DUE-1044359.

  • Project PI: Teresa Mourad, Ecological Society of America
  • Co-PIs: William Dahl, Botanical Society of America and Paul Allen, Cornell University
    Science Pipes development partner:
  • Derik Barseghian, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, UC Santa Barbara and Matt Jones, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, UC Santa Barbara
    ESA Project Staff:
  • Arturo Herrera 2011, Celia Smith 2011-2012, Andrea McMillen 2012 to present
Advisory Panel:
  • Dr. Barbara Abraham, Hampton University
  • Dr. Sunshine Brosi, Frostburg State University
  • Dr. Beverly J. Brown, Nazareth College of Rochester
  • Dr. Sam Donovan, University of Pittsburgh
  • Dr. Shana Ederer, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Dr. Denny S. Fernández, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao
  • Dr. Ken Klemow, Wilkes University
  • Dr. Tom Langen, Clarkson University
  • Dr. Colleen McLinn, Cornell University
  • Dr. Bibit Traut, City College of San Francisco
  • Dr. Paul Weihe, Central College

Members of the Advisory Panel developed following Science Pipes Packages: Cemetery Demography and Darwin’s Finches, Forest Population Structure and North American Pollen.

The Forest Population Structure package was developed by a sub-committee composed of the following members of the advisory panel: Dr. Denny S. Fernández*, Dr. Colleen McLinn, Dr. Tom Langen, and Dr. Paul Weihe.

The North American Pollen package was developed by a sub-committee composed of the following members of the advisory panel: Dr. Beverly J. Brown*, Dr. Barbara Abraham, Dr. Ken Klemow, Dr. Shana Ederer.

(* team lead)

For more information on these Science Pipes packages, please contact education[at]esa.org

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