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In the Simms Lab we study evolutionary and community ecology.

As evolutionary ecologists, we ask, “Why do organisms live where they do? Why do they interact with each other, and why do they interact in that way? Why do they have those particular traits?”

We use various tools to study how biotic interactions shape the ecology and evolution of populations and communities of organisms.

 

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