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Derek Denney

Graduate Student
C312 Davison

2018 - MS Plant Biology, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

2011 - BS Biology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Research Interests:

I am broadly interested in how plants respond to changing climates. My current research is focused on the genetic basis of local adaptation and the effects of climate change on ecophysiological traits.

Selected Publications:

Derek A Denney, M Inam Jameel, Jordan B Bemmels, Mia E Rochford, Jill T Anderson, Small spaces, big impacts: contributions of micro-environmental variation to population persistence under climate change, AoB PLANTS, Volume 12, Issue 2, April 2020, plaa005,
Denney, D.A. and Anderson, J.T. (2020), Natural history collections document biological responses to climate change. Glob Change Biol, 26: 340-342. doi:10.1111/gcb.14922

Of note:

2020 NIH T32 Training Grant Recipient

Major Professor

Jill Anderson

Courtesy Faculty in Plant Biology

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