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Dr. Roger Anderson

Distinguished Professor Emeritus
School of Biological Sciences
Felmley Hall Annex FSA FSA 124
Office Hours
By appointment
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Teaching Interests & Areas

Plant Ecology
Restoration ecology
Human Ecology

Ph D Botany

Univeristy 0f Wisconsin - Madison
Madison, Wisconsin

MS Botany

University of Wiscons-Madison
Madison, Wisconsin

BS Biology: Teacher Education

University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse
LaCrosse, Wisconsin

Davis Fellowship

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Magna Cum Laude

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Kappa Delta Pi - Honor Society in Education

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Oren E. Freeze Annual Award Outstanding Student in Biology

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Dean's List

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Book, Edited

Anderson, Roger C., James S. Fralish, and Jerry M. Baskin (editors). 1999. Savannas, barrens, and rock outcrop plant communities of North America. Cambridge University Press, New York, Pp. 470.

Journal Article

Richard A. Lankau, Jonathan T. Bauer, M. Rebecca Anderson, Roger C. Anderson. 2014. Long-term legacies and partial recovery of mycorrhizal communities after invasive plant removal.  Biological Invasions 16:1979–1990. 

Slater, Mitchell A. and Roger C. Anderson. 2014. Intensive selective deer browsing favors success of Asimina triloba (Paw

    paw) a native tree species. Natural Areas Journal 32: 178-187.

Mullarkey, Alicia A., Diane L. Byers, Roger C. Anderson. 2013. Inbreeding depression and partitioning of genetic load in the

    invasive biennial, Alliaria petiolata (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany 100: 509-518.

Bauer, J. T., R. C. Anderson, M. R. Anderson. 2010. Competitive Interactions among First-year and Second-year Plants of the

    Invasive, Biennial Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata) and Native Ground Layer Vegetation. Restoration Ecology 18: 720-728.

Anderson, R. C. 2006. Evolution and origin of the Central Grassland of North America: Climate, fire, and mammalian grazers.

    Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 133: 626-647. 16: 650-656.