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Common milkweed, Asclepias syriaca, growing in Ithaca

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Biology of Fishes class collecting at Oneida Lake

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Hylodes phyllodes, a stream-breeding frog from Atlantic Coastal Forest of Brazil

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Pisaster ochraceus in the intertidal

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An Acacia tree backlit by the African sunset

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Links to Other Cornell Programs

There are numerous faculty and research scientists with interests in ecology and evolutionary biology who are not members of the Field of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. In addition, there are also a number of faculty in other fields who provide expertise in related areas, such as informatics, computational biology, agriculture, veterinary medicine, etc. To access information about faculty expertise in related fields, see "related graduate fields."

A number of institutes and centers at Cornell provide intellectual expertise, research resources and sometimes seed funding for research in ecology and evolution. Interactions across these programs and fields are strongly encouraged.

Finally, there are a number of multi-user laboratories and field stations on Cornell lands used by EEB students and faculty.

Related Graduate Fields

Related Programs, Centers and Institutes

Research Resources