Angie Shelton is a researcher in the Indiana University Biology Deparment and with the IU Research and Teaching Preserve. Her research is focused on forest conservation issues, including invasive species spread and management, and the effects of deer overpopulation on ecological communities.
She has previously worked on plant-herbivore interactions, plant chemical ecology, phenotypic plasticity,
induced defenses in plants, and the ecological effects of periodical cicadas.
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