Susan Harrison

Professor

Departments

Population Biology
Environmental Science & Policy

Offices and Labs

3128 Wickson Hall
752-7110

Degrees

1989 PhD Biology Stanford University

CBS Grad Group Affiliations

Population Biology

Specialties / Focus

Population Biology
  • Population Dynamics
  • Population Interactions
  • Community Ecology

Teaching Interests

Ecology, conservation biology, natural history.

Courses

ECL 208 Conservation Biology (Graduate)
ESP 100 General Ecology (Undergraduate)

Publications

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  • Harrison S, J Maron and G Huxel. 2000. Regional patterns of fluctuation and turnover in five plants confined to serpentine seeps.. Conservation Biology. :(in press)
  • Harrison S. 1999. Local and regional diversity in a patchy landscape: native, alien and endemic herbs on serpentine soils . Ecology. 80:70-80
  • Harrison S . 1997. How natural habitat patchiness affects the diversity of Californian serpentine chaparral. Ecology. 78:1898-1906