We are located in the Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University.
We study plant ecology and evolution with a focus on semi-arid and fire-prone ecosystems. Our work encompasses field, garden, and greenhouse studies; comparative methods; and theoretical models.
Current interests and projects include:
- Investigations into plant flammability and community assembly
- The interaction of plant fire response strategies, temperature and drought
- Implications of climate change for plants
- The evolution and ecological significance of fire adapted traits
|Dr. Dylan W. Schwilk||Office: 402B, Experimental Sciences II|
|Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences||Lab: 409, ESB II|
|Texas Tech University, Lubbock TX 79409-3131|
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