Topic: evolutionary biology

Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Tom Sherry
evolutionary biology

Nature Works in Strange Ways

Thomas Sherry has helped build the cornerstones of a Tulane education that nurture tomorrow’s climate leadership. Recognizing the close relationship between the natural world and the well-being of humans, he pays particular attention to birds and their habitats.

evolutionary biology

The Wonder of Birds

Bruce Fleury, a professor in Tulane’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, has plenty to say about birds — so much so that he’s developed a 12-part lecture series that even the most novice bird-watcher will find both insightful and entertaining. http://tulane.it/wonder-of-birds

Satellite image shows the Mississippi River "bird's foot" Delta in Louisiana
evolutionary biology

Life and Survival on the Gulf Coast

During this era of rapid climate change and other environmental stresses, community ecologists are focused on understanding how the living world works, in all its complexity and diversity, as they find ways that species might thrive and land can be restored.