Ezra Kottler

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Ezra Kottler

PhD Student


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My research focuses on how abiotic factors associated with climate change impact the traits, geographic distribution and landscape genetics of marsh grasses, and how these changes in turn affect ecosystem function and resilience to future change.

Kottler, E., J., and Keryn Gedan. (2020) "Seeds of change: characterizing the soil seed bank of a migrating salt marsh." Annals of Botany 125. 2:335-344. Print.

Kottler, E., J., Acer VanWallendael and Steven J. Franks. (2018) "Experimental Treatment with a Hypomethylating Agent Alters Life History Traits and Fitness in Brassica rapa." Journal of Botany. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/7836845

 

Kottler, Ezra J. et al. (2021) "Draining the Swamping Hypothesis: Little Evidence that Gene Flow Reduces Fitness at Range Edges." Trends in Ecology & Evolution 36: 533–544.

Kottler, E. J., and K. Gedan (2020) "Seeds of change: characterizing the soil seed bank of a migrating salt marsh." Annals of Botany 125: 335–344.

Kottler, E. J., A. VanWallendael, and S. J. Franks (2018) "Experimental Treatment with a Hypomethylating Agent Alters Life History Traits and Fitness in Brassica rapa." Journal of Botany 2018: 1–10.

B.A., Biological Sciences, Vassar College, U.S.A., 2016