Bryan Foster

Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
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Bryan Foster is a Senior Scientist at the Kansas Biological Survey and a KU Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. His research interests include understanding the impacts of land management and human global changes on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, and applications of this knowledge to the conservation and restoration of native plant communities. His studies of habitat fragmentation at the KU Field Station have been part of a global study covering seven sites on five continents.


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