ORROCK LAB
Ecological Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
People in the Lab
     
John Orrock
Assistant Professor

Research Statement:

I am broadly interested in spatial processes that influence ecology and evolution. My research centers around three themes: behavior, ecological interactions, and how space mediates ecological and evolutionary dynamics. My approach is to develop conceptual models of spatial dynamics and employ field experiments to test model predictions.  I see theoretical and empirical approaches as necessary, complementary components of a successful research program.  I am particularly interested in how individual-level behaviors can give rise to population- and community-level patterns, and how understanding these linkages informs basic and applied ecology.

Contact Information:
Department of Zoology
 
 
University of Wisconsin
 
 
Madison, WI 53706
 
 
 
 
Phone: 608-263-5134
 
 
 
       
     
     
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