Our group studies the many dimensions of terrestrial biotic change on the Front Range often driven directly or indirectly by climate. We study the changes in Colorado ecosystems and test if factors such as nitrogen deposition or habitat fragmentation are affecting these patterns. Our research often centers around relationships between native and introduced species, winners and losers in a changing environment, and species on the urban-wildland interface.
Recent News & Events
April 30, 2011
New Vista High School students Kelly Muller and Remy Barrows-O’Neal won several awards at the 56th Colorado...
January 3, 2009
Tim Seastedt and colleagues have been awarded a $500,000 grant to help reduce invasive plant species in the Boulder...
October 20, 2001
Tim Seastedt was officially acknowledged for his important weed control research by Representative Udall of Colorado. Udall said ...
May 21, 2001
Tim Seastedt, Kate LeJeune, and Katie Suding have received a $280,000 grant to help unlock the mystery of how...