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Kimberly Wallin

Research

Kimberly Wallin (right) in her Forest Service lab with undergraduate intern Addison Kasmarek.

My program deals with forest ecosystem health and management. Current research emphasizes the role of host tree genetics in plant-insect interactions, behavioral aspects of predator-prey interactions, and population dynamics. One area of emphasis is how host plant chemistry influences insect population dynamics, host selection, and biological control. Ongoing research spans the continuum from basic to applied/extension and teaching.

UVM - Forest Service: Forest Ecosystem Health Collaborations

Last modified February 14 2011 10:06 AM

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