Marc Cadotte


Associate Professor

Biological Sciences, UTSc  
BSc, U. of Windsor; MSc, U. of Windsor; PhD U. of Tennessee
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Phone: 416.208.5105
Office: SW542 

Research Area:
Conservation Biology;
Ecology of Populations, Communities & Ecosystems


Conservation biology; Ecology; and Evolution
Current research interests include: 1) understanding mechanisms of species coexistence in species-rich communities; 2) testing metacommunity theory in laboratory and natural communities; 3) using phylogenetic relationships to infer mechanisms of plant community assembly (i.e., ecophylogenetics); 4) studying historical processes of community assembly at multiple spatial scales; and 5) determining processes and patterns of successful plant invasions.