Simon A. Queenborough
My research focuses on mechanisms of species coexistence in the broadest sense, considering questions of niche differentiation in closely-related species, the effects of breeding system on resource allocation, demography and survival, and comparative ecological studies of species and ecosystems. To address these issues I work mostly with extensive mapped populations of tropical trees as well as annual plants.
Students interested in working with me, please consult my lab webpage.
- Tropical Ecology
- Population and community ecology
- PhD, University of Aberdeen, UK, 2006
- MSc, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh & University of Edinburgh, UK, 2001
- BA (Hons), University of Cambridge, UK, 2000