University of Vermont

Kimberly Wallin

ecosystem health group

Terrestrial Ecosystem Health Group

This is a UVM-based group of faculty, scientists, and students whose interests provide a trans-disciplinary, multi-scale approach to assess and understand interacting terrestrial communities.

  1. Move science and understanding of ecosystems forward by taking a whole system approach to explore the intricacies of terrestrial communities
  2. Establish a cross-linking framework that increases the depth and breadth of our collaborations
  3. Provide prospective, current, and former students and faculty with an academic, social, and professional network
  1. Understand the structure and function of ecosystems
  2. Detect and assess fluctuations within and among ecosystems
  3. Evaluate how native and anthropogenic factors may influence the overall dynamics of ecosystems processes
  4. Provide framework for best management practices
  5. Communicate our science-based results to diverse audiences
Current Participants

The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources and U.S. Forest Service:

Clare Ginger, Associate Professor; Natural resources policy

Jennifer Pontius, Research Assistant Professor; Ecology, Remote sensing

Kimberly Wallin, Research Assistant Professor; Forest ecosystems, Insect ecology

Deane Wang, Associate Professor; Ecosystem and landscape ecology

Paul Schaberg, Research Plant Physiologist

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Plant and Soil Science:

Yolanda Chen, Assistant Professor; Agroecology, Insect ecology

Josef Gorres, Assistant Professor; Ecological soil management

Deborah Neher, Professor and Department Chairperson; Soil ecology

Scott Costa, Research Assistant Professor; Insect ecology, Pest management

Last modified January 26 2009 02:42 PM

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