|Faculty and Staff||Office||Contact
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|Abrahamson, Lawrence, Senior Research Associate|
PhD, University of Wisconsin, 1969.; Entomology, Pathology, Pesticides, Vegetation Management
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Director, Tree Pest Information Service
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|Beier, Colin, Associate Professor|
Associate Professor Months
PhD, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2007. ; Forest ecology and management, climate change, ecological economics, public policy
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|Castello, John, Professor and Associate Chair|
PhD, University of Wisconsin, 1978.; Plant virology; viruses and mycoplasma in urban and forest tree decline; forest pathology; microbiology.
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|Cohen, Jonathan, Assistant Professor|
PhD, Virginia Tech, 2005.; Wildlife ecology and management, population and habitat ecology, threatened and endangered species.
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|Diemont, Stewart, Assistant Professor|
B.S., University of Texas; Master's, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ph.D., The Ohio State University.;
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|Dovciak, Martin, Assistant Professor|
PhD, University of Minnesota, 2001.; Plant Ecology; Forest Ecology; Biodiversity; Global Change Ecology; Spatial Ecology; Ecosystem Management & Restoration.
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|Farrell, John, Associate Professor|
Assoc Professor and Director, Thousand Island Bio Station
PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1998.; Fisheries Science and Management, Aquatic Ecology, Wetlands Restoration, Invasive Species.
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|Farrell, Shannon, Assistant Professor|
PhD, Texas A&M University, 2011; Wildlife ecology, wildlife-habitat relationsips, research and management planning for endangered and threatened species and habitat, assessing anthropogenic impacts on wildlife, quantification approaches for wildlife habitat services, policy innovations for implementing the endangered species act
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|Fernando, Danilo, Graduate Curriculum Director and Associate Professor|
PhD, University of Alberta, 1996.; Plant reproductive biology, plant structure and development, in vitro fertilization in conifers, pollen transformation, genomics and proteomics of pollen tube development, and willow flowering and genomics.
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Visiting Instructor and Director, Cranberry Lake Biological Station
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|Fierke, Melissa, Associate Professor|
PhD, University of Arkansas, 2006.; Forest entomology, forest ecology, invasive forest pests, insect-tree interactions.
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|Folta, Elizabeth, Assistant Professor|
PhD, NC State University, 2010.; Natural History & Interpretation, informal biology education, environmental education.
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|Frair, Jacqueline, Associate Professor and Associate Director, Roosevelt Wildlife Station|
PhD, University of Alberta, 2005.; Wildlife and landscape ecology; animal movements and habitat use; predator-prey interactions.
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|Gibbs, James, Professor|
Professor and Director, Roosevelt Wildlife Station
PhD, Yale University, 1995.; Conservation biology, ecological monitoring, population genetics, applied demography, undergraduate conservation education.
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Instructional Support Specialist
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|Horton, Thomas, Associate Professor|
PhD, University of California-Berkeley, 1997.; Mycorrhizal plant ecology, molecular ecology, mycology, fire ecology.
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|Kimmerer, Robin, Disitnguished Teaching Professor and Director, Center for Native Peoples and the Environment|
PhD, University of Wisconsin, 1983.; Ethnobotany, conservation biology and bryophyte ecology.
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|Leopold, Donald, Chair and Distinguished Teaching Professor|
PhD, Purdue University, 1984.; Forest and freshwater wetland ecology, conservation, and restoration; peatland ecology and conservation; local and regional controls of species richness and rarity; dynamics of plant communities as affected by man and environment; management for unique communities and rare species; dendrology; native plants.
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|Limburg, Karin, Professor|
PhD, Cornell University, 1994.; Fisheries ecology, ecosystem ecology, watershed ecology, fish migration, biogeochemical tracers, modeling, ecological economics.
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|Lomolino, Mark, Professor|
PhD, SUNY Binghamton, 1983.; Biogeography; conservation biology; diversity in isolated ecosystems and habitat islands.
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|McGee, Gregory, Undergraduate Curriculum Director and Assistant Professor|
PhD, SUNY-ESF, 1998.; Ecology, management and restoration of forest ecosystems; effects of atmospheric nitrogen deposition on northern hardwood forests.
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Instructional Support Specialist
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Instructional Support Specialist
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|McNulty, Stacy, Research Associate|
Associate Director, Adirondack Ecological Center
M.S., Environmental and Forest Biology, SUNY-ESF, 1997.; Forest ecology, landscape ecology, long-term monitoring, and applied Geographic Information Systems. Focused on exploring long-term changes, conservation of biodiversity, and impacts of recreation, development, and forest management in the Adirondack Mountains and Northern Forest.
|Mitchell, Myron, Distinguished Professor Emeritus|
BA, Lake Forest College, 1969; PhD, University of Calgary, 1974;
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|Nakas, James, Professor Emeritus|
PhD, Rutgers University, 1976.; Microbiology; transformation and decomposition processes; nutrient cycling; soil and aquatic microbiology; microbial biomass; solvent production; microbial ecology.
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|Newman, Lee, Associate Professor|
PhD, Rutgers University and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, 1993.; Phytoremediation and molecular and cellular biology.
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|Parry, Dylan, Associate Professor|
PhD, Michigan State University, 2000.; Population dynamics and evolutionary ecology of defoliating Lepidoptera and their natural enemies (predators, parasitoids, and pathogens), invasive species in forested environments, insect-plant interactions, and conservation of moths and butterflies.
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|Paterson, Gordon, Assistant Professor|
PhD University of Windsor 2006; Environmental and aquatic toxicology, ecotoxicology, emerging pollutants, food web bioaccumulation and biomagnification, persistent organic pollutants as indicators of species bioenergetics and individual, food web and ecological efficiencies.
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|Powell, William, Professor|
Professor and Director, Counsel on Biotechnology in Forestry
PhD, Utah State University, 1986.; Forest biotechnology, molecular plant-microbe interactions, plant genetic engineering, antimicrobial peptide design, and plant gene design. Please visit my faculty home page for more information
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Keyboard Specialist 1
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|Ringler, Neil, Vice Provost for Research|
PhD, University of Michigan, 1975.; Fish ecology, foraging behavior of fishes; salmon reproduction; vertebrate anatomy; aquatic insect ecology; stream ecology and management.
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|Rundell, Rebecca, Assistant Professor|
PhD, University of Chicago, 2008; Evolutionary biology, conservation biology, speciation, adaptive and nonadaptive radiations, biogeography, phylogenetics, systematics, Pacific island radiations and biodiversity conservation, land snails, marine/aquatic microscopic invertebrates
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|Schulz, Kimberly, Associate Professor|
PhD, University of Michigan, 1996.; Nutrient and exotic species effects on aquatic ecosystems; ecological stoichiometry; aquatic community and ecosystem ecology; bioenergetics; nutrient cycling; lower food web studies; Great Lakes; Finger Lakes.
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|Shields, William, Visiting Professor|
Professor Emeritus and Director of the Honors Program
PhD, Ohio State University, 1979.; Animal behavior; evolution and genetics; evolution of animal communication and dispersal systems; effects of genetic constraints on the evolution of social behavior; sociobiology and behavioral ecology, the use of DNA in identity testing and conservation biology, the interface between science and the law.
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|Stella, John, Associate Professor|
PhD, University of California-Berkeley, 2005; Riparian and Stream Ecology, Water Resource and Watershed Management, River Restoration
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|Stewart, Donald, Professor|
PhD, University of Wisconsin 1980.; Fish ecology and fisheries management; ecological energetics; modeling predation and production processes; Great Lakes ecosystems; Amazonian ecosystems; ecology and systematics of Neotropical freshwater fishes
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|Teale, Stephen, Professor|
PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1990; Forest entomology; chemical ecology; pheromones of forest insects; evolution of pheromone communication.
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|Turner, J. Scott, Professor|
PhD, Colorado State University, 1982.; Animal physiology; physiological ecology; thermal energetics; biology of body size; physiology of gas exchange.
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|Underwood, H. Brian, Adjunct Associate Professor|
PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1990; Applied population analysis; life-history evolution; trophic dynamics; quantitative ecology and biostatistics; modeling and simulation; large mammal management.
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|Vidon, Philippe, Associate Professor|
PhD, York University, Ontario, Canada, 2004.; Hydrology, Biogeochemistry
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|Weir, Alexander, Associate Professor|
Assoc Professor and Director, Cranberry Lake Biological Station
PhD, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1997; Systematics and evolutionary biology of fungi using classical and modern molecular approaches; fungal biodiversity and conservation; fungal-arthropod interactions; biology of parasites and symbionts.
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|Whipps, Christopher, Associate Professor|
Assoc Professor and Director, SUNY Center for Applied Microbiology
PhD, Oregon State University, 2004.; Evolution and biology of disease causing organisms in animal populations using molecular systematics. Diagnosis, epidemiology and control of pathogens of ecological and veterinary importance.
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