BSc, MSc: University of Guelph
PhD: University of Regina
I am working with Drs. Jonathan Newman (SES, U of Guelph) and Lauren Quinn (U Illinois) to investigate the ecology of grass species under development for production as biofuels feedstocks. To learn more about this OMAFRA-funded project, visit our website: http://www.uoguelph.ca/~biofuels/
Yakimowski, S.B., H.A. Hager, and C.G. Eckert. 2005. Limits and effects of invasion by the non-indigenous plant Lythrum salicaria (purple loosestrife): a seed bank analysis. Biological Invasions 7(4): 687–698.
Hager, H.A. 2004. Competitive effect versus competitive response of invasive and native wetland plant species. Oecologia 139(1): 140–149.
Hager, H.A. and R.D. Vinebrooke. 2004. Positive relationships between invasive purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) and plant species diversity and abundance in Minnesota wetlands. Canadian Journal of Botany 82(6): 763–773.
Hager, H.A. and K.D. McCoy. 1998. The implications of accepting untested hypotheses: a review of the effects of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) in North America. Biodiversity and Conservation 7(8): 1069–1079.
2012: MITACS Elevate Post-doctoral Fellowship