New article published in PNAS

New article published in PNAS

Extreme drought alters trophic structure belowground, releasing plant parasites from predation. But the magnitude of these effects changes spatially. Those are the main conclusions of…

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Our work is on the cover of Conservation Biology

Our work is on the cover of Conservation Biology

Our work on soil biodiversity responses to Amazonian deforestation, in collaboration with Bruno Sobral & Artur Silva from UFPA (Brazil), is on the cover of Conservation…

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Kaytee Ankrom wins VPR challenge

Kaytee Ankrom wins VPR challenge

Our own Kaytee Ankrom became the first Wall lab member to win the prestigious VPR fellowship. Kaytee was selected after a 3-minute presentation on the…

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Diana Wall among the world's most highly cited researchers

Diana Wall among the world’s most highly cited researchers

Diana Wall is among the world’s top 1% of most highly cited scientists with outsized influence across several fields during the last decade, according to…

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An Ecosystem Grows In Antarctica

An Ecosystem Grows In Antarctica

The Antarctic Sun features Diana Wall’s and colleagues’ work during the 2017/2018 field season in “The Ice”: https://antarcticsun.usap.gov/science/contentHandler.cfm?id=4375 For more information on the Wall lab’s research in…

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