Annie Schiffer defended her Honors thesis today, receiving highest honors. Her findings suggest that deviations in floral phenology impact plant reproductive success, but that this impact is species-dependent. Annie’s research included hand-pollinating over 250 individual plants twice a week, and monitoring more than 500 total plant individuals at the Rocky Mountain Biological Station in Gothic, Colorado. Her hard work in the field coupled with her elegant analysis of the data in R made for an incredibly strong body of research. Amazing work, Annie!
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