Diana Wall

Diana Wall among the world’s most highly cited researchers

Diana Wall is among the world’s top 1% of most highly cited scientists with outsized influence across several fields during the last decade, according to the 2018 Highly Cited Researchers list by Web of Science. The Highly Cited Researchers list identifies scientists and social scientists who have demonstrated significant influence through publication of multiple highly cited papers …

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An Ecosystem Grows In Antarctica

The Antarctic Sun features Diana Wall’s and colleagues’ work during the 2017/2018 field season in “The Ice”: https://antarcticsun.usap.gov/science/contentHandler.cfm?id=4375 For more information on the Wall lab’s research in Antarctica click here: https://walllab.colostate.edu/research/antarctica/    

Former Wall lab high-school intern heading to Yale

We congratulate Eden Senay for her acceptance at Yale University! As a sophomore in high school, Eden spent the 2016 Summer on a science internship with the Wall lab. During the internship, she developed an experiment that showed that the so-called root lesion nematode, P. penetrans, infects dominant grass species in the arid shortgrass and moist tallgrass prairies, and …

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Elizabeth Bach joins TNC as Ecosystem Restoration Scientist

Beginning this summer Wall lab member and GSBI Executive Director Elizabeth Bach will join the Nature Conservancy as Ecosystem Restoration Scientist at Nachusa Grasslands in Franklin Grove, Illinois. During the past 2 years, Elizabeth not only had a substantial impact on the GSBI, but also contributed substantially to Wall lab’s research. Her vast knowledge of US grassland …

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Abby Jackson presents her Senior Honors Thesis

Many congratulations to our undergraduate research assistant Abby Jackson for the successful presentation of her Honors Thesis to her committee and the public on April 25th. Her research “Water availability effects on the vertical distribution of nematode trophic groups in soil” showed how changes in growing-season precipitation will affect the distribution of nematode populations through the soil profile …

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Diana Wall elected in the National Academy of Sciences

The Wall lab congratulates Diana’s election to the National Academy of Sciences, the latest recognition to a long and distinguished career in scientific research. A well-deserved award for a soil ecologist who has made tremendous contribution both to advancing scientific knowledge, and to communicating the importance and value of living soils beyond academia – even …

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