Graduate student, University of Minnesota, 2011
Adam is currently interested in how the complex interactions between species and their environments lead to patterns of coexistence and change through time. At Cedar Creek, he is interested in studying how these interactions can be used to fine-tune ecosystem services and biofuel production in economically and environmentally favorable management regimes.
100 Ecology Building
1987 Upper Buford Circle
St. Paul MN, 55108
Adam Clark is a PhD student working under David Tilman in the University of Minnesota?s Department of Ecology Evolution, and Behavior. He completed his undergraduate work at Harvard University?s Museum of Comparative Zoology in 2011, studying the effects of disturbance on ant community assembly.