Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
I am a forest ecosystem ecologist. My research centers on forests in the northeastern U.S., a region that receives elevated levels of acid deposition, serves as an important sink for carbon dioxide, and has undergone dramatic changes in land use over the last several centuries. I study the impacts of these and other human activities on forests using a range of tools, from field measurements of soils, vegetation, and streamwater to ecosystem modeling and synthesis of large datasets.
- BIOG 4990: Independent Undergraduate Research in Biology
- BIOEE 9990: Ph.D. Dissertation Research
E215 Corson Hall
CLG33 [at] cornell.edu
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