Alex Bittel

Thesis Defense: May 6, 2016
Degree: M.A. in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Assistant manager of a vineyard
Primary office:
Higuchi Hall


Advisor: Bryan Foster
Research Interests: Community ecology and assembly, phylogenetics
Hometown: Hays, KS

Education:

  • B.S. in biology from the University of Kansas, 2010, honors
  • MA  in ecology and evolutionary biology, University of Kansas

Presentations:

  • Bittel, A. T., Foster, B. L., and Hinman, S. E. 2011. Community assembly history influences primary productivity in a developing tallgrass prairie. Poster; 2011 Ecological Society of America meeting.
  • Bittel, A T, Foster, B. L., and Hinman, S. E. 2010. Production in early community assembly is primarily influenced by species composition. Poster; University of Kansas Undergraduate Research Symposium.

 


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