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Through her graduate research, Kayla Perry, Ph.D., addressed mechanisms that explain the role of disturbance caused by emerald ash borer, windstorms, and salvage logging in maintaining insect community diversity, structure, and function in forest ecosystems. This work involved sorting nearly 2000 pitfall trap samples and counting nearly 400,000 arthropods, of which over 230,000 were Collembola. (Photo by Diane Hartzler)

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