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Welcome to the Post Lab. We study complex food web structure and dynamics, interactions between ecology and evolution, conservation and management of aquatic resources, climate change, and the role of mobile consumers in linking ecosystems. We work primarily in aquatic systems, but we also study interactions and processes that link aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.

Post Lab News

14 August 2015
David Post’s 2002 paper “Using stable isotopes to estimate trophic position: models, methods, and assumptions” (Ecology 83:703-718) was named one of the most Notable...
20 June 2015
Derek West defended his dissertation “Impact of climate change on species interactions in temperate lakes” on Friday, 12 June 2015.   Congratulation Derek!   Derek is...
19 June 2015
Katherine (Katie) Handler won the 2015 Young Naturalist Award (10th grade) from the American Museum of Natural History. Katie worked with Amanda Subalusky to study temporal...