Brosi Lab

Understanding the causes and implications of native and managed bee declines.


SIRE students Brice Lawley and Jamie Botsch present summer research at Emory’s annual Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium

Jamie and Brice worked with PhD student Dave Gruenewald this summer to examine how pine cultivation for biofuels affects beetle biodiversity and pollen carriage.  They presented posters at the Fall 2014 Undergraduate Research Symposium respectively titled “Evaluating the impact of various pine cultivation methods on beetle biodiversity in the southeastern United States” and “Effects of pine biofuel cultivation on pollen load presence or absence of bees.”

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