Michelle M. Frack            

My Research Interest
me_photo credit: jp rosentreter
I am excited about my newly acquired degree-seeking status, under the guidance of Dr. Miquel Gonzalez-Meler, after completing a year as a non-degree student!

I'm interested in ecology against the backdrop of urban development. My research asks questions about the effects of land use change on species diversity. My model system is the Chicagoland area and birds are my current model species. I will find answers to my questions through the use of stable isotope analysis.
Graduate Student

mailing address:
Ecology and Evolution
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Illinois at Chicago

845 W. Taylor Street
SES 3342 M/C 066
Chicago, IL 60607

p: 312.996.4584
f : 312.413.2435
e: mfrack2@uic.edu

Homer Simpson and Isotops
Urban Ecology

field museum
Museum Collections

Burrowing Wolf Spider Hole
My Education

Me on an AmeriCorps project.
My AmeriCorps

I'm Not at School
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©2006 Michelle M. Frack

thank you Marion Egge, Brett Terpstra, Robie Mason-Gamer, Diane McCarthy