Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior (EEB)

The EEB Research Group strives to understand the natural world through the lens of broad conceptual theory supported by empirical evidence. Research areas offered by the EEB group are designed to understand major concepts in ecology, evolution, behavior, and phylogenetic relatedness of the species that populate the earth.

Research Areas in EEB:

  • Behavioral ecology
  • Community ecology
  • Conservation ecology
  • Pollination ecology
  • Population genetics
  • Aquatic ecology
  • Plant and algal ecophysiology

Ecology, Evolution & Behavior Faculty

John A. Berges
John Berges
Professor 229-3258Lapham Hall S587
Peter O. Dunn
Peter Dunn
Professor 229-2253Lapham Hall 497
Emily Latch
Emily Latch
Associate Professor 229-4245Lapham Hall N215