Sarah R. Supp

Postdoctoral Fellow

National Science Foundation


I am a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow investigating changing biodiversity and body size distribution across spatiotemporal scales under environmental change scenarios. I completed a previous postdoc with Catherine Graham at Stony Brook University, where we investigated the impacts of climate change on hummingbird migration, distribution, and diversity. My graduate work was with the Weecology Group at Utah State University, focused on facilitating collaborative research across scientific and academic boundaries.

I’m broadly interested in theoretical and experimental ecology across scales, particularly at the community - ecosystem interface. I’m also generally interested in unifying theories, community ecology, natural history, and publication practices.

Please check out my research page!

Contact Information:

Department of Geography

University of Wisconsin-Madison

550 North Park Street

Madison, WI 53706


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