Eric Duell

Postdoctoral Researcher, Bever/Schultz Lab
Primary office:
101 Takeru Higuchi Hall, West Campus


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Education

B.S., Natural Resource Ecology and Management (Focus: Wildlife Ecology and Management), Oklahoma State University
M.S., Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State UniversityNatural Resource Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State University
Ph.D., Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State University

I am a plant ecologist with broad interests in plant-soil-microbial interactions and the influence of these interactions on individual plant health and performance, as well as plant community structure and function. My previous work has focused on the effects of drought on the performance of native and non-native prairie plants and their associated mycorrhizal (AM) communities. My research also incorporates phylogenetic approaches to address plant-AM fungal relationships, with a particular interest in interspecific variation among and within plant genera. At our research center, I will be focusing on the impacts of the soil microbiome and plant diversity on restoration of soil quality.


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