Our project on the evolution of geographic range limits in Clarkia xantiana was just funded for five years from the NSF Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology program (Moeller, PI; Geber, co-PI, Eckhart, co-PI). This work has been ongoing for 13 years and the new funding will result in 18-year datasets on population demography and associated factors (abiotic and biotic environment) from across the species’ range. This is the third round of funding from NSF for this work and we greatly appreciate the support!

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