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Canopy
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The Phyllosphere
Coallescence.
Illumination.
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R. Max Segnitz
Stanford University 
Department of Biology

Gilbert Hall

Stanford CA, 94305

segnitz *at* stanford.edu

About me:
I am  a PhD student at Stanford University working with Kabir Peay on research involving plant and microbial community ecology.
 
I am broadly interested in patterns of plant community structure across our planet’s tropical regions, with a specific focus on the role of plant interactions with soil biota in determining tropical forest composition & function.
 
I am particularly curious as to how differences among soil fungal communities may contribute to contrasts in plant community dynamics across tropical regions.
 
My current dissertation work is taking place at Lambir Hills National Park, in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Stanford University Dept. of Biology  385 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305

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