Nora Lahr

About Nora Lahr

I study tree ecology and physiology, from street trees to natural forests. At NC State, I am investigating tree water stress in response higher temperatures by measuring a suite of physiological variables for urban and rural trees with contrasting life history strategies.

A Dragonificent BugFest

While the stars of last year’s table were undoubtedly the azalea caterpillars—which were very resilient during a long day of being picked up, and dropped, by visitors of all ages—the azalea bushes were empty when it came time to collect this year.

2018-01-23T11:38:10+00:00 October 17th, 2017|Categories: Lab Happenings, Urban Ecology|Tags: , |