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==Nanci Ross, Doctoral Student==
 
==Nanci Ross, Doctoral Student==
  
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E-mail: nanci.ross@uconn.edu
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Ph.D. Candidate<br>
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University of Connecticut<br>
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Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology<br>
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75 N. Eagleville Road, U-3043<br>
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Storrs, CT 06269<br>
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office: TLS386<br>
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(860) 486-4156<br>
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nanci.ross@uconn.edu
  
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==Education==
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University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT<br>
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Primary Advisor: [[Gregory Anderson]]<br> <!--Fill in your ADVISOR-->
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Research Project: Impacts of ancient Maya forest gardens on the modern tree species composition and diversity in Northwestern Belize.<br> <!--Write a brief sentence about your research project. Or, make a section heading below and describe your project and interests in more detail.-->
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'''B.S.''' 1991–1996<br> <!--Change the YEARS-->
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE [http://www.unl.edu] <!--Change the INSTITUTION.  Feel free to create a link to your alma mater: example [http://www.NutmegUniversity.edu Nutmeg University] - note the single brackets to create links outside EEBedia, a space after the URL with the text you want highlighted-->
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==Publications==
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==Presentations==
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Ross, N.  2007.  Footprints of the Maya: The impact of ancient Maya forest gardens on the tree species composition and diversity of Northwest Belize – Proceedings of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation Symposium, Colegio de San Nicolás de Hidalgo y Centro Cultural Universitario, Morelia, Mexico. (Abstract)<br>
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Ross, N.  2007.  The impact of ancient Maya home forest gardens on the modern tree species composition and biodiversity of Northwestern Belize – Proceedings of the Society for Economic Botany Symposium, Lake Forest College, Chicago, IL. (Abstract)<br>
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Ross, N.  2006.  Fingerprints of the Maya: Impacts of ancient Maya forest gardens on the modern forest of NW Belize – Proceedings of the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Graduate Research Symposium, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. (Abstract)<br>
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Ross, N.  2005.  Fingerprints of the Maya: Impacts of ancient silviculture on the modern forest of Belize –  Proceedings of the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Graduate Research Symposium, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. (Abstract)<br>
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Ross, N.  2004.  The Maya Mosaic: Impacts of Maya agroforestry on tropical forest biodiversity –Proceedings of the Northeast Ecology and Evolution Conference, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. (Abstract)
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==Teaching Experience==
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<b>1996</b>         Botany, Univ. Of Nebraska-Lincoln.<br>
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<b>2003-2006</b> BIOL 108, General Biology II.<br>
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<b>2003-2004</b> BIOL 110, Botany.<br>
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<b>2007</b>         BIOL 102, General Biology (non-majors).
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Nanci Ross, Doctoral Student

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Ph.D. Candidate
University of Connecticut
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
75 N. Eagleville Road, U-3043
Storrs, CT 06269
office: TLS386
(860) 486-4156
nanci.ross@uconn.edu


Education

Ph.D. 2003–Present
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
Primary Advisor: Gregory Anderson
Research Project: Impacts of ancient Maya forest gardens on the modern tree species composition and diversity in Northwestern Belize.

B.S. 1991–1996
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE [1]

Publications

Presentations

Ross, N. 2007. Footprints of the Maya: The impact of ancient Maya forest gardens on the tree species composition and diversity of Northwest Belize – Proceedings of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation Symposium, Colegio de San Nicolás de Hidalgo y Centro Cultural Universitario, Morelia, Mexico. (Abstract)
Ross, N. 2007. The impact of ancient Maya home forest gardens on the modern tree species composition and biodiversity of Northwestern Belize – Proceedings of the Society for Economic Botany Symposium, Lake Forest College, Chicago, IL. (Abstract)
Ross, N. 2006. Fingerprints of the Maya: Impacts of ancient Maya forest gardens on the modern forest of NW Belize – Proceedings of the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Graduate Research Symposium, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. (Abstract)
Ross, N. 2005. Fingerprints of the Maya: Impacts of ancient silviculture on the modern forest of Belize – Proceedings of the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Graduate Research Symposium, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. (Abstract)
Ross, N. 2004. The Maya Mosaic: Impacts of Maya agroforestry on tropical forest biodiversity –Proceedings of the Northeast Ecology and Evolution Conference, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. (Abstract)


Teaching Experience

1996 Botany, Univ. Of Nebraska-Lincoln.
2003-2006 BIOL 108, General Biology II.
2003-2004 BIOL 110, Botany.
2007 BIOL 102, General Biology (non-majors).

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