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Hannah Broadley

Hannah Broadley standing by tree

MS Student

B.S., Bates College, 2010

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Research Interests

I study winter moth (Operophtera brumata), an invasive, defoliating geometrid of eastern Massachusetts. It was introduced to the Boston and Cape Cod area about a decade ago. My research considers different sources of mortality on this non-native insect and the population-level impacts of these mortality factors. I am focusing primarily on pupal predation by large invertebrates (e.g. Carabid and Staphylinid beetles) and small mammals (e.g. shrews).

Publications

Broadley, H. J., K. L. Buckman, D. M. Bugge, and C. Y. Chen. 2013. Spatial Variability of Metal Bioaccumulation in Estuarine Killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) at the Callahan Mine Superfund Site, Brooksville, ME. Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology.

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