Professor, University of Vermont Rubenstein School
InvestigatorBalancing Forest Carbon Storage and Wildlife Habitat
Managing for a mosaic of diverse forest habitats across the northeastern U.S. creates a resilient landscape more adapted to climate change.
InvestigatorHow Might Vermont Forests Look in 200 Years Under a Changing Climate?
Over the next 200 years, changing climate will likely cause shifts in tree species composition and health of Vermont and northeastern forests.
InvestigatorVermont Has Conserved One Third of the Land Needed for an Ecologically Functional Future
New study points to successes and gaps in the state’s landscape-level conservation design.
InvestigatorHistory of Rare Champlain Valley Clayplain Forests in Vermont
Remnants of rare clayplain oak forests shed light on how to restore them to the landscape.
InvestigatorVermont and New England Forests Face More Precipitation and Milder Winters
Across New England and northern New York, tree species and forest communities face increasing threats under warmer and more variable conditions.
InvestigatorProtecting New England Lands: An Update on the Wildlands and Woodlands Vision
The Wildlands and Woodlands vision was developed to protect the natural and cultural importance of these lands in the New England region.
InvestigatorUnexpected Range Expansion of Boreal Species Despite Warming Climate
Multiple drivers are affecting the growth of species on mountaintops in the Green and White Mountains.