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Camille Suzanne Delavaux

Doctoral student, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Primary office:
9 Takeru Higuchi Room


Camille Delavaux website

Program: Bever/Schultz Laboratory
Advisor: Jim Bever, Senior Scientist, Kansas Biological Survey, and KU Foundation Distinguished Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology


Academic degrees and experience
M.S., Environmental Science, Yale University, 2016
B.S., Environmental Science, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa., 2014
B.A., Spanish Language and Literature, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa., 2014
Acción Ecológica (NGO), Quito, Ecuador: Conducted research assessing arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonization in cacao plants in petroleum-affected Amazonian forest plantations of Pacayacu, Ecuador, 2014
Reforestation research, Tropical Science Center, Costa Rica: Led and coordinated research on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica to assess tree growth from local nurseries within various species in sites with diverse land uses, 2013
Study abroad: Costa Rica, Ecuador, India, Spain, 2010-2014

Research area of focus
Mycorrhizal fungi and plant pathogens in the context of plant invasion in tropical ecosystems

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