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Pursuing basic ecological science to help conserve and restore ecosystems

Evidence-based

Restoration Lab

Welcome to the Research Laboratory of Associate Professor Holly Jones

 

We train students to foster curiosity about how ecosystems work and their underlying ecology and to pursue ecological research that enhances environmental stewardship.  Our research focuses on how best to prioritize restoration, the links between ecosystem restoration/conservation and human well-being in the face of global climate change, and maximizing restoration gains and investigating restoration trajectories at the local, regional, and global scale.  We work with non-profit organizations, governmental organizations, land-managers, and the public to ensure our research has on-the-ground applications.

Check out Dr. Jones' National Geographic Society Lightning Talk!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lab News

Welcome to the lab, Pete Guiden, Tony Del Valle, and Erin Rowland!  Pete is a postdoctoral fellow, working on research with small mammals at Nachusa Grasslands. Tony is a MSc student interested in avian ecology and management, and Erin is a PhD student interested in small mammal interactions and spatial dynamics.

 

Dr Jones co-edited the new Special Feature out in Journal of Ecology on phylogenetic and functional diversity in grassland ecosystems! 

Dr. Jones' co-authored response on the Nature editorial glorifying the need for outside jobs for early-career researchers is now out. An extended version can be seen here

Congratulations to PhD student Penny Pascoe, who earned a Fullbright Fellowship to visit the lab from her home university - University of Tasmania. She applied to further her PhD research - using stable isotopes to quantify seabird-driven island recovery. We can't wait to host you!

Congratulations to PhD candidate Christy Wails, who earned a National Geographic Early Career Research Grant for her work studying seabird competition on an island recently cleared of introduced rodents!

Congratulations to MSc student Wieteke Holthuijzen, who earned a prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to study the ecological impacts of house mice on Midway Island National Wildlife Refuge!

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