We study how plants function to understand where they grow, how they interact, and how they change the world. Our work integrates population ecology with ecophysiology to predict community dynamics and restore wild landscapes in a changing world.


Daniel C. Laughlin
Associate Professor
University of Wyoming
Department of Botany

Associate Editor, Ecology


Google Scholar
Ph.D., Forest Science, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona
M.S., Ecology, Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania
B.S., Biology, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Research interests:
plant community ecology, restoration ecology, ecological modeling
Other interests: mt biking, nordic and backcountry skiing, birding, ultimate frisbee, climbing, growing native plants from seed, hiking with the Laughlin Lab

The Laughlin Lab :: look how much Caillie has grown!