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B.S. Biology, College of William and Mary
M.A. Biology, College of William and Mary
Ph.D. Ecology, Evolution & Organismal Biology, The Ohio State University

Postdoctoral Research:
University of South Dakota

Selected Publications Total Publications by Lisa Wallace:  16 
Lucardi, R. D., Wallace, L., & Ervin, G. N. (2014). Evaluating Hybridization as a Potential Facilitator of Successful Cogongrass (Imperata Cylindrica) Invasion in Florida, USA. Biological Invasions. 16, 2147-2161. [Document Site]

Lucardi, R. D., Wallace, L., & Ervin, G. N. (2014). Invasion Success in Cogongrass (Imperata Cylindrica): A Population Genetic Approach Exploring Genetic Diversity and Historical Introductions. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 7, 59-75. [Document Site]

Madsen, J. D., Amburn, P., Brown, R. L., Dibble, E. D., Ervin, G. N., Shaw, D. R., Abbott, C. F., Baker, G., Bloem, K., Brooks, C., Irby, D., Lee, S., Maddox, V. L., Rose, R., Schulz, R., Wallace, L., Wasson, L. L., Welch, M., Wersal, R. M., McBride, D. W., & Madsen, N. (2011). Research to Support Integrated Management Systems of Aquatic and Terrestrial Invasive Species: Annual Report, 2010. GRI Report #5047. Mississippi State University: Geosystems Research Institute. [Document]

Lucardi, R., Ervin, G. N., Wallace, L., & Bryson, C. (2011). Population Genetic Analysis of Cogongrass (Imperata Cylindrica) in Mississippi and Alabama. Southeast Exotic Pest Plant Council Conference, Lexington, KY.

Marsico, T. D., Wallace, L., Ervin, G. N., Brooks, C., McClure, J. E., & Welch, M. E. (2011). Geographic Patterns of Genetic Diversity from the Native Range of Cactoblastis Cactorum (Berg) Support the Documented History of Invasion and Multiple Introductions for Invasive Populations. Biological Invasions. 13, 857-868. [Document Site]