Both of our fantastic REU’s at the Rocky Mountain Bio Lab presented their summer research this month. Emma, an undergrad at Emory University, investigated the affects of early snowmelt; her preliminary results suggest that early snowmelt may increase the diet breadth of pollinators in terms of the number of flower species they visit. On the contrary, Ben, an undergrad at the University of Vermont, found that in a drought year, despite similarities in floral richness, pollinators visited fewer flower species.
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Brosi Lab RMBL REU’s Present Summer Research