Raelene Crandall is an Assistant Professor of Fire Science at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. She uses ecological models to predict and test how fires will affect competitive interactions between species, plant and insect biodiversity, and demography of invasive species. She has worked in many ecosystems, but her favorites are pine-hardwood forests of the Midwest and pine savannas of the southeast. For more information about Dr. Crandall, including a list of publications, visit www.ecologyonfire.com.
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