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Student researchers present their work at Creative Inquiry Day

posted May 19, 2015, 11:56 AM by Stephen Gosnell   [ updated May 19, 2015, 11:59 AM ]
Two students working on independent study projects in the lab shared posters at Baruch's recent Creative Inquiry Day.  Ana Dias showcased her work developing a phylogenetic tree for the TEAM tropical forest data using open-source tools and comparing the predictive ability of phylogenetic measures to functional and taxonomic diversity.  Carolina Ferreira presented data from an on-going metaanalysis considering how much managers time and efforts managers should spend in rebuilding genetic diversity.  More details here

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