Poster 144: Sydney Boogaard – Population-level genetics influences Populus fremontii success more than antecedent climate regime at Rio Mesa research garden

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Faculty mentor: Jennifer Follstad Shah

Riparian plant communities are shifting under the influence of rapidly changing environmental conditions and environmental legacies. State and federal agencies have expended a great deal of time and money to restore these communities. We are studying the role of these legacies on native Populus fremontii by utilizing a research garden, established in 2014, at the Bonderman Field Station at Rio Mesa, UT. We hope our results will inform restoration and conservation practices.

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