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Jessica Hartsell

Jessica Hartsell
Northern Arizona University & United States Geological Survey · Center for Ecosystem Science and Society & Southwestern Biological Science Center

Master of Science

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Pinyon-juniper (PJ) plant communities cover a large area across North America and provide critical habitat for wildlife, biodiversity and ecosystem functions, and rich cultural resources. These communities occur across a variety of environmental gradients, disturbance regimes, structural conditions and species compositions, including three species...
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Plant functional traits are often used to evaluate local adaptation, phenotypic plasticity and general growth strategy. Plant performance measures can include mortality, fecundity or growth rates. Linking traits with performance data is often done in common garden experiments and can be used to predict success or maladaptation in restoration and cl...
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Southwestern white pine (Pinus strobiformis; SWWP) is a native tree species threatened by the rapidly changing climate and a non-native tree disease (white pine blister rust). Our team of researchers studies the ecology and evolution of SWWP across its range in the United States and Mexico to find solutions for sustaining this tree. Genetic and env...

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Project
Increase availability of locally adapted native plant materials for use in restoration and reclamation in the greater Colorado Plateau region. Coordinate wildland seed collection and plant materials research and development activities among numerous partners and stakeholders. Facilitate release and use of materials with technical guidance.