Dovciak Lab in Plant Ecology
State University of New York, College of Environmental Science & Forestry, Syracuse, NY
Department of Environmental and Forest Biology — SUNY ESF — 1 Forestry Drive — Syracuse — NY 13210
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Keith Cardinali
MPS Ecology (2012)
 

Capstone Project: Enhancement and stabilization of a stormwater retention basin, Salina, New York

Current position: Intern, O'Brian & Gere, Syracuse, New York

 
María Elena Gutiérrez Lagoueyte
MS Conservation Biology (2012)

 

Research: Effects of changing climate on paramos, tropical high mountain ecosystems of Colombia (more)

Current position: Instructor and Research Scientist, Antioquia School of Engineering, Medellin, Colombia

 
Portia Osborne
MS Ecology (2011)

 

Research: Response of vegetation and eastern massasauga rattlesnake to prescribed fire in old fields (more)

Current position: Biologist, Blanton & Associates, Inc., Austin, Texas

 
Michael Lee Davis
MPS Conservation Biology (2011)

 

Research: Identifying shifts in the northern hardwood-boreal ecotone at Whiteface Mt., Adirondacks, New York

Current position: Botanist and environmental consultant, Pocatello, Idaho

 
Lisa Giencke
MS Conservation Biology (2010)

 

Research: The effects of beech bark disease on forest spatial pattern and dynamics in the Adirondacks

Current position: Lead technician (plant ecology), Jones Ecological Research Center, Georgia

 
Briana Boaz
BS Environmental Biology (2012)

 

Research: Climate variability (temperature, humidity) along the Appalachian Trail Mega-transect (more)

Current position: Biologist, Racine-Johnson Aquatic Ecologists, Ithaca, New York

Gennaro Falco
BS Forest Health (2012)

 

Research: Tree regeneration and environmental gradients across the northern hardwood-boreal montane ecotone in the Adirondack Mts., New York

Current position: Graduate student at Northern Arizona University

 
Andrea Westerband
BS Environmental Biology (2010)

 

Research: Effects of topography on pinyon pine and juniper populations in the Los Pinos Mts., New Mexico

Current position: PhD student at University of Miami

 
Jordan Brown
BS Environmental Biology (2009)

 

Research: Microclimate and plant community changes across forest edges after timber harvest in the Adirondacks

Current position: Research and Laboratory Assistant, Biosphere 2, University of Arizona

 
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