Doug W. Larson

Professor Emeritus College of Biological Science Department of Integrative Biology Guelph, Ontario dwlarson@uoguelph.ca Office: (519) 824-4120 ext. 56008

Bio/Research

My Cliff Ecology Research Group consists of graduate students, research associates and summer students who join me in trying to understand the ecology of an entire ÔplaceÕ known as a cliff. By studying cliffs from as many perspectives as possible we hope to gain a better understanding of how an e...

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Bio/Research

My Cliff Ecology Research Group consists of graduate students, research associates and summer students who join me in trying to understand the ecology of an entire ÔplaceÕ known as a cliff. By studying cliffs from as many perspectives as possible we hope to gain a better understanding of how an ecosystem works than is possible using traditional approaches. Cliffs are relatively discrete and biologically unproductive which simplifies our task. To date, we have shown that cliffs have many interesting characteristics, including the fact that they support the least disturbed and oldest forest ecosystem in North America. Some of our current projects are described briefly below.



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