Forest Resources

Jimmy Chambers, Keim, Richard

Small Plant

The faculty listed below look forward to working with dedicated, high-quality students to address research problems and increase scientific information useful in managing, sustaining and protecting our forest ecosystems and their productivity. We invite you to e-mail or call faculty members in your areas of interest and ask questions that are important to you. Renewable natural resource research, as related to forest ecosystems, their productivity and the associated social and economic need, is changing dramatically. Our state and nation need students interested in helping to resolve problems and expand our knowledge of these ecosystems and their products. We hope you will join us in "making a difference."

Wetlands Faculty

Quang V. Cao
 forest biometrics

Jim L. Chambers

eco-physiology and forest ecology

S. Joseph Chang

forest management and economics

Hallie Dozier

invasive plants, urban & community forestry
Richard Keim
 forested wetlands and hydrology
Thomas Dean
 quantitative silviculture
Jun Xu
 hydrology and soils

8/31/2009 12:54:40 AM
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