Linnea Smith’s (CAS ’18) undergraduate honors thesis “Leaf longevity in temperate evergreen species is related to phylogeny and leaf size” will be published in the ecology journal, Oecologia as a featured article in the category, “Highlighted Student Paper – Original Research”. Linnea majored in Biology with a Specialization in Ecology and Conservation Biology. Her research was supported by the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program and supervised by Professor Richard Primack. Congratulations to Linnea on this well-deserved recognition!

Linnea (right) with her mentor Professor Richard Primack (left) measuring the leaf longevity of spruce needles at the Arnold Arboretum.

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