Professor of Entomology
College of Agricultural & Life Sciences
Claudio Gratton is interested in the biodiversity and interactions of insect pollinators, predators and pests in agricultural and natural systems. His research involves studying the ecosystem services of bioenergy crop landscapes, and he wants to understand how these energy crops affect biodiversity and linkages between aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
- Landscape ecology of arthropods
- Sustainable management of bioenergy landscapes
- Examining the ecological links between lakes and land