Welcome to duvalecology.org
Given our unique location in Socorro, NM, and our network of collaborators and projects in the Southwest, the Duval Lab is thriving as a hub for arid land ecosystem research and teaching. Please contact us about potential collaboration, existing projects, and if you have interest in joining us as a student or visiting researcher.
Please consider submitting an abstract to our session at the American Geophysical Union Fall 2019 meeting! I will be co-convening a session with Dr. Jennie McLaren (UTEP Biology) and Dr. Dan Cadol (NM Tech Hydrology) on the biogeochemical effects of invasive and encroaching plants. We are super excited to solicit research presentations using any methodology (field measurements, lab experiments, modeling) that address soil-microbial-atmosphere interactions leading to a better understanding of how invasive/encroaching plants change local and regional biogeochemistry. See the full posting here:
Update on the book Ecology of Desert Systems 2nd Edition, Walt and I are expecting a September 1 release date.