The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (E&EB) has a broad but unified mission in teaching and research: broad in that the interests of the faculty span many levels of organization encompassing genes, genotypes, phenotypes, populations, communities, and ecosystems; and unified in that each of these levels interacts with all of the others. Detailed appreciation of the processes operating at all levels of organization is fundamental to ecological or evolutionary understanding.

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  • Vascular Plant Species of the Cayuga Region of New York State 

    Wesley, F. Robert; Gardescu, Sana; Marks, P. L. (2008-01-01)
    This dataset lists the vascular plants found in a region of central New York State extending from 42 N to 43 N, and 76 W to 77 W (the USGS "Cayuga Quadrangle"), plus a small area north of 43 degrees in the "Cayuga Lake ...
  • Organic and Conventional Farming Systems: Environmental and Economic Issues. 

    Pimentel, David; Hepperly, Paul; Hanson, James; Seidel, Rita; Douds, David (2005-07)
  • Water resources, agriculture and the environment. 

    Pimentel, David; Berger, Bonnie; David, Filiberto; Newton, Michelle; Wolfe, Benjamin; Karabinakis, Elizabeth; Clark, Steven; Poon, Elaine; Abbett, Elizabeth; Nandagopal, Sudha (2004-07)
    In this article, water utilization by individuals and especially agricultural systems is analyzed. Interrelationships exist among population growth, water use and distribution, the status of biodiversity, the natural ...

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