For the NSF grant awarded to study how perturbations affect plant-pollinator networks across short and long timescales, Sabine Dritz and Bucky Squier travelled to the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory (RMBL) for the summer to help Berry Brosi's lab collect data in the field! RMBL is located in Crested Butte, CO which is the wildflower capitol of the state. Know for its pristine alpine meadows, it is the perfect place to study plant-pollinator networks and the effects of climate change on those communities.
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