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Plant species are responding rapidly, albeit idiosyncratically, to warming and drying conditions worldwide.  Tesa Madsen-Hepp will discuss the long term dynamics of where plant species are found along the Deep Canyon Transect, and how consideration of plant form and function can help improve predictions of how communities of plant species will reorganize under changing climates

Speaker: Tesa Madsen-Hepp, Department of Evolution Ecology and Organismal Biology, University of California Riverside

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