My overall research interests are to investigate the impacts of anthropogenic disturbances on forested ecosystems of Northeastern North America, with an emphasis on acidic deposition and climate change. More specifically, I am interested in synthesis of existing data and efforts to increase communication and collaboration amongst regional, national and international global change scientists, evaluation of the effects of extreme weather events, such as ice storms and droughts, on forests of the northeastern United States, development and applications of advanced environmental systems, and the integration of art and science to better understand pattern and process in large ecological data sets and share this information with a broader audience.
USDA Forest Service
Northern Research Station
Durham, NH 03824
603 397 7406
Hubbard Brook Role:
Investigator, Forest Service Team Lead
“Quantity Is Nothing Without Quality: Automated Qa/qc For Streaming Environmental Sensor Data”. Bioscience 63(7): 574 - 585.. 2013.
“Root Stress And Nitrogen Deposition: Consequences And Research Priorities”. The New phytologist 197(3): 712 - 719.. 2013.
“A Novel Ice Storm Manipulation Experiment In A Northern Hardwood Forest”. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 9(42): 1810 - 1818.. 2012.
“Consequences Of Climate Change For Biogeochemical Cycling In Forets Of Northeastern North America”. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39: 264-284.. 2009.
“Who Needs Environmental Monitoring?”. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5(5): 253-260.. 2007.