Wonder what goes on in the labs of Merrill Hall or in the study plots sprinkled throughout Union Bay Natural Area? Find out at the annual UW Botanic Gardens graduate student research review May 9 to June 13 in the Library.
Want to meet the researchers? Then join us for the public reception Friday, May 9 from 5 to 7pm. Light refreshments will be served. The public is invited to this free event.
Participating students and research topics
|Crescent Calimpong||Elwha Revegetation 2013: A Plant Performance Study|
|Natalie Footen||How do parasites affect prairie plant communities?|
|Nate Haan||Interactions between hemiparasites, hosts, and herbivores|
|Alex Harwell||The Restoration of Sweetgrass (Schoenoplectus pungens) in the Nisqually Delta: An Ethnobotanical Restoration Effort|
|Kathryn Hill||Effects of prescribed fire on the spatial structure of butterfly habitat in South Puget Sound prairies|
|Eve Rickenbaker||UW Student Perception of the Washington Park Arboretum|
|Kathleen Walter||Amphibian Use of Union Bay Natural Area|
|Christopher Wong||The Sisyrinchium Common Garden Study|