Ford Ballantyne

Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
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(Ph.D., University of New Mexico) Dr. Ballantyne is interested in understanding repeated patterns we see in nature. He studies changes in abundance, community structure and ecosystem function across space and through time using mathematical models with firm empirical foundation.


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