Integrating society, ecology, evolution, and plasticity to
advance urban evolutionary ecology

We are pleased to announce our next workshop will be
May 22nd – 23rd at Arizona State University.

To what extent do organisms respond to the altered climate and resource availability of urban areas via phenotypic plasticity, genetic adaptation, and/or the evolution of adaptive plasticity?

We have identified a diverse team of organizers and propose holding a workshop that will examine how CAP LTER data, samples, and sites can best be harnessed to address the question of plastic and evolutionary changes in traits that respond to urban heat, food, water, pollution, and species interactions. Read more here.


SEEP hosts workshops bringing together academics from around the country. Find out more about our next workshop.


The CAP datasets represent decades of fieldwork monitoring a broad range of taxonomic groups, water, climate and more. Find our datasets here.


Our team represents a diverse, multi-disciplinary group working to advance SEEP’s reach and impact. Get to know us here.