People

Robert J. Warren
123 Science and Mathematics Complex
1300 Elmwood Avenue
SUNY Buffalo State
Buffalo, NY 14222
warrenrj [at] buffalostate [dot] edu

 

Madeson Goodman
Impacts of invasive European fire ant removal on arthropod community composition and ecosystem processes in Buffalo, NY

 

 

 

 

Abby Mathewmathew
Using niche theory to explain Myrmica rubra invasion and Aphaenogaster rubra displacement

 

 

 

Sonya Baybabayba
Ant community and individual species thermal tolerance as a function of distances to Great Lakes and urban areas

 

 

 

 

Kazz Archibald
Do non-native ants eat themselves to carrying capacity?

 

 

 

 

 

Katelyn Reed
My research investigates the extent of limiting factors on invasive species populations as well as observes interactions between native and non-native species within a community.

 

 

 

 


 

Alumni

Phil PinzoneFullSizeRender 2
Do novel weapons that degrade mycorrhizal mutualisms explain invasive species success? (Thesis)

 

 

Mike Olejniczak
Forest islands in a sea of urban habitat (Thesis)Picture1

 

 

 

 

Adam Labatoreadam falls
Forest Sustainability in an Altered Landscape Requires Human Intervention (thesis)

Canopy trees in an urban landscape – viable forests or long-lived gardens? (Urban Ecosystems)

Allelopathic invasive tree (Rhamnus cathartica) alters native plant communities. Plant Ecology

 

Charlene Gray
More than movement – ant 408829_10150511863973207_285006564_nseed dispersal inhibits  phytopathogenic fungi (Thesis)

 

 

 

Matt Candeias291535_726032088995_3285122_o

Rareness starts early for disturbance-dependent grassland plant species (thesis)

Rareness starts early for disturbance-dependent grassland plant species (Biodiversity and Conservation)

Allelopathic invasive tree (Rhamnus cathartica) alters native plant communities. Plant Ecology

 


Lab collaborators

Mark Bradford – Yale School of Forestry

Joshua King – University of Central Florida Department of Biology

Itamar Giladi – Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Department of Desert Ecology

Volker Bahn – Wright State University Department of Biology