Welcome

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

1 April 2015
Post Lab member and EEB graduate student Kate Littrell has earned a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The NSF’s Graduate Research...
7 February 2015
Amanda Subalusky and coauthors from the Post Lab and the Cary Institute have published a new paper on the role of Hippos in moving carbon and nutrients from terrestrial...
15 November 2014
Science magazine has just published an article on the role of hippos in altering aquatic ecosystems. The article highlights Post Lab research in the Mara River among other...