University of Vermont

College of
Agriculture and Life Sciences

Department of Plant and Soil Science

Daniel Erickson


Daniel Erikson, Title

  • Ph.D. University of Vermont 2012
  • M.S. Rangeland Ecology College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Texas A&M University 1996
  • B.S. Natural Resources College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University Ithaca NY 1993
Areas of Expertise
Agroecology, Ecological Landscape Design, Food Systems, Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

My current research is in land use change modeling, multifunctional landscapes, spatial analysis, and urban agriculture

Contact Information

Office Hours: by appointment

Recent Publications:

Erickson, D.L., Lovell, S. T., and Méndez, V.E., Landowner Willingness to Embed Production Agriculture and other Land Use Options in Residential Areas of Chittenden County, VT and its Implications. Submitted

Lovell, S. T., Méndez, V. E., Erickson, D.L., Nathan, C. and DeSantis, S., 2010. Extent, pattern, and multifunctionality of treed habitats on farms in Vermont, USA. Agroforestry Systems 80(2): 153-171.

Lovell, S.T., DeSantis, S., Nathan, C.A., Olson, M.B., Méndez, V.E., Kominami, H.C., Erickson, D.L., Morris, K.S. and Morris, W.B., 2010. Integrating agroecology and landscape multifunctionality in Vermont: An evolving framework to evaluate the design of agroecosystems. Agricultural Systems 103: 327-341.