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Research in the Lindo lab integrates community ecology, ecosystem ecology, and taxonomy to study the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem function in Canadian forest soil systems.  We use a natural model system of moss, microbes, and microarthropods (called the bryosphere) to ask ecosystem-scale questions in the field and under controlled greenhouse environments.

General Research Interests

  • Processes that generate, maintain or alter patterns of biodiversity

  • Causes and consequences of biodiversity loss

  • Relationship between biodiversity and terrestrial ecosystem function

Now seeking graduate students for 2016

Lab News

The Lindo Lab welcomes Asma Asemaninejad as an official member!

Curtis Lubbe has accepted a PhD position in the Lindo Lab starting Sept. 2015.

Paul's paper on T-RFLP analysis of nematode communities is now available in Pedobiologia

Shauna Taylor and Matthew Meehan have completed their Honor's theses - great job Shauna and Matt!