The lab of Seth Davis at CSU studies entomology, ecology, and biodiversity in both a basic and applied context.
Collectively, our work aims to develop integrated solutions in pest and pathogen management, improve the use of natural resources, and test basic principles in ecology. We focus particularly on forest pollinators in relation to disturbance and tree-herbivore interactions involving bark beetles and their symbionts. Our work spans the elevation gradient in Colorado, from low elevation dry conifer forests to high elevation spruce-fir forests.
Here, you can access our research projects and publications, online resources, researcher and graduate student profiles, and datasets.
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