Chair and Professor
Campus Address: Science And Math Complex 166A
I trained as a plant physiological and ecosystem ecologist at the University of Arizona. My current research interests include examining rainfall responses of plants and soils in semi-arid ecosystems, understanding the effects of woody encroachment on carbon cycling in grasslands and, most recently, investigating post-industrial urban ecosystems.
BIO 104: Plants & Society
BIO 212 - Introduction to Organismal Function & Diversity
BIO 405W - Organic Evolution
BIO 408 - Plant Physiology
BIO 612 - Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology
BIO 626 - Plant Ecology
M.J. Olejniczak, Spiering, D.J., Potts, D.L., Warren II, R.J. 2018. Urban forests form isolated archipelagos. Journal of Urban Ecology. DOI: 10.1093/jue/jue007
Pinzone, P., Potts, D., Pettibone, G., Warren II, R. 2018. Do novel weapons that degrade mycorrhizal mutualisms promote species invasion? Plant Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s11258-018-0816-4
Warren II, R.J., Reed, K., Olejnizcak, M., Potts, D.L. 2018. Rural land use bifurcation in the urban-rural gradient. Urban Ecosystems. DOI: 10.1007/s11252-018-0734-1
D.L. Potts, Minor, R.L., Braun, Z., Barron-Gafford, G.A. Photosynthetic phenological variation may promote coexistence among co-dominant tree species in a Madrean sky island mixed conifer forest. Tree Physiology. DOI: 10.1093/treephys/tpx076
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