Natasha Drotar, M.S. in Forestry (2020)

​Thesis: Effects of tree morphology on rainwater partitioning in an upland oak forest.

Adam Wade, B.S. Forestry-Forest Management (2020)

Project: Bark-Fire Interactions: do differences in bark water retention and storage impact tree species ability to survive fire?

Mallory Grady, B.S. Natural Resource and Environmental Conservation-Environmental Law and Policy (2020)

Andrew Lowery, B.S. Forestry-Environmental Conservation (2020)

​Project: Short rotation woody crop impacts to water budgets

Maddie Burton, B.S. Natural Resource and Environmental Conservation-Resource Conservation Science (2019)

​Project: Changes to soil properties following fire in upland oak forests

Hunter "Ricks" Burton, B.S. Forestry-Forest Management (2018)

​Project: Assessing the impacts of best management practices on water quality in the Catalpa Creek Watershed

Jake Overstreet, B.S. Forestry-Environmental Conservation (2018)

Steven Wood, B.S. Forestry-Environmental Conservation (2018)

​Project: The influence of canopy-mediated hydrologic fluxes and understory microclimate, soil moisture, and coarse woody debris decomposition.

Steven Wood, B.S. Forestry-Environmental Conservation (2018)

​Project: The influence of canopy-mediated hydrologic fluxes and understory microclimate, soil moisture, and coarse woody debris decomposition.

A.A. Sasith Karunarathna, Ph.D.

Research Associate (2014-2017)

 

Mercedes Siegle-Gaither, M.S. in Forestry (2017)

​Thesis: Using deuterium and oxygen-18 stable isotopes to understand mechanisms of stemflow generation as a function of tree species and climate.

Brent Chaney, B.S. candidate, Natural Resource and Environmental Conservation (Resource Conservation Science)

Project: Soil carbon and nitrogen fluxes following insect infestations in a remnant pine plantation.

Leana Rapp, B.S. Natural Resource and Environmental Conservation-Resource Conservation Science (2016)

 

 

Lisa Garrigues, B.S. Forestry-Wildlife Management (2016)

​Project: The influence of canopy-mediated hydrologic fluxes and understory microclimate, soil moisture, and coarse woody debris decomposition.

Katy Limpert, M.S. in Forestry (2016) 

Thesis: Ecological significance of phyllosphere leaf traits on throughfall hydrology, biogeochemistry, and leaf litter among Quercus species in the southeastern United States.

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