Rebecca A. Urban
Associate Professor Biology
B.S., Binghamton University
M.S., Binghamton University
Ph.D., Binghamton University
Dr. Urban teaches ecology, environmental science, plant diversity and general biology. Her research is on plant ecology with a focus on invasive species and freshwater macrophytes.
Urban, R.A. & Dwyer, M.E. (2016). Asexual reproduction and its potential influence on the distribution of an invasive macrophyte. Northeast Naturalist 23:408-419. doi: 10.1656/045.023.0308.
Urban, R. A., & Dwyer, M. E. (2015, August 10). Asexual reproduction and distribution of Adirondack bladderworts. Paper Presented at the Ecological Society of America, Baltimore, Md.
Dwyer, M., & Urban, R. A. (2014). Asexual reproductive strategies of an invasive macrophyte compared to native species. Poster presented at the 90th Pennsylvania Academy of Science Meeting, Selinsgrove, PA.
Titus, J. E., & Urban, R. A. (2013). Invasion in progress: Utricularia inflata in Adirondack submersed macrophyte communities. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 140(4), 506-516.
Bowne, D. R., Block, C. P., Chambers, R. M., Druckenbrod, D. L., Dosch, J. J., Fredericksen, T. S., . . . Urban, R.A; Zimmermann, C. R. (2013). Population structure of freshwater turtles across America: An ecological research as Education Network (EREN) collaborative project. 98th Ecological Society of America Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.
Freeman, C. W., & Urban, R. A. (2012). Sediment oxidation capabilities of four submersed aquatic macrophytes. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 27(2), 259-271. doi:10.1080/02705060.2011.647404
Urban, R. A. (2013). Positive feedback favors invasion by a submersed freshwater plant. Oecologia, 172, 515-523. doi:10.1007/s00442-012-2496-4