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Participating Faculty

Faculty and Staff Contact
Abrams, Neal, Associate Professor, Associate Chair for Undergraduate Laboratories, and Graduate Curriculum Coordinator
PhD, Pennsylvania State University, 2005; Inorganic chemistry, material science, renewable energy
422 Jahn Lab
nmabrams@esf.edu
315-470-4723 | 315-470-6855
Anagnost, Susan, Director NC Brown Center for Ultrastructure Studies, Professor
MS, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1982; PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1990; wood anatomy, wood decay, microscopy
211 Baker Lab
seanagno@esf.edu
315-470-6837
Beier, Colin, Associate Professor
MS, Virginia Tech, 2002; PhD, University Of Alaska Fairbanks, 2007; forest ecosystem and landscape ecology, social-ecological systems, climate change, ecosystem services, landscape change modeling, resilience, adaptive management, resource governance, applied geoinformatics
311 Bray Hall
cbeier@esf.edu
315-470-6578
Bevilacqua, Eddie, Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator
MS, University of Toronto, 1987; PhD, University of Toronto, 1998; sampling/inventory, biometrics, forest mensuration, growth and yield modeling, applied statistics, GIS/spatial analysis, forest ecology, landscape ecology, ecological modeling, tree-ring science, quantitative silviculture
301 Bray Hall
ebevilacqua@esf.edu
315-470-6697
Blaisdell, Monica, Senior Staff Assistant
MS, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2018;
207 Baker Lab
mblaisde@esf.edu
315-470-4822
Boyer, Gregory, Professor
PhD, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, 1980; biochemistry and environmental chemistry, plant and algal biochemistry, chemical ecology and toxins produced by algae. environmental monitoring, including Buoy and ship-based monitoring systems for water quality
320 Jahn Lab
glboyer@esf.edu
315-470-6825 | 315-470-6720
Briggs, Russell, Director, Div of Env Science, Distinguished Teaching Prof
MS, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1982; PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1985; forest ecology, watershed ecology, soils, ecosystem services, watershed management, forest soils, silviculture
202 Baker Lab
rdbriggs@esf.edu
315-470-6989
Bryant, M. Margaret, Associate Professor
MLA, University Of Georgia, 1993; PhD, University Of Massachusetts-Amherst, 2001; urban sustainability and resilience; landscape planning; urban environmental science; urban design; ecological design; ecosystem services, physical planning, and social equity in cities; landscape conservation; climate adaptation; design theory; interdisciplinary education and practice
333 Marshall Hall
mbryant@esf.edu
315-470-4929
Carter Jr, Emanuel, Associate Professor
MRP, Cornell University, 1978; city planning, urban design, rural design, design history and theory
312 Marshall Hall
ejcarter@esf.edu
315-470-6544
Castello, John, Professor Emeritus
MS, Washington State University, 1976; PhD, University of Wisconsin, 1978; plant virology, viruses and mycoplasma in urban and forest tree decline, forest pathology, microbiology, insect vectors
332 Illick Hall
jdcastello@esf.edu
315-470-6789
Chatterjee, Siddharth, Associate Professor
MS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1985; PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1987; transport phenomena, design, simulation, pollution abatement
406 Walters Hall
schatterjee@esf.edu
315-470-6517 | 315-470-6501
Collins, Mary, Assistant Professor
MA, University Of Central Florida, 2008; PhD, University Of California-Santa Barbara, 2012; socio-environmental systems; environmental health inequality; environmental justice; environmental sociology; environmental risk perception; computational quantitative methods; Bayesian modeling; disproportionality; industrial pollution policy and health
113 Marshall Hall
mbcollin@esf.edu
315-470-6538 | 315-470-6636
Cousins, Joshua, Assistant Professor
PhD, University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2016; environmental policy and governance, social and political dimensions of water, political ecology, political economy of water, green infrastructure, science and technology studies, political ecology, urban sustainability
219 Marshall Hall
jcousins@esf.edu
315-470-6576 | 315-470-6636
Daley, Douglas, Associate Professor and Director, SUNY Center for Brownfield Studies
B.S., State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1982; M.S., 1984.; water resources, solid and hazardous waste management, ecological engineering, environmental restoration, phytoremediation, bioremediation, soil and water pollution, solid and hazardous waste management, environmental engineering
420 Baker Lab
djdaley@esf.edu
315-470-4760
Dibble, Theodore, Professor
PhD, University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 1992; Redox chemistry of mercury in the environment and in power plants. Chemistry of air pollution, electron beams and combustion.
421 Jahn Lab
tsdibble@esf.edu
315-470-6596
Diemont, Stewart, Associate Professor
MS, University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, 1997; PhD, Ohio State University, 2006; systems ecology, ecological engineering, traditional ecological knowledge, Latin America, ecosystem restoration, sustainability analysis, natural wastewater treatment systems and re-use, less-developed countries, agroecology
460 Illick Hall
sdiemont@esf.edu
315-470-4707 | 315-470-6760
Dölle, Klaus, Associate Professor
PhD, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, 2002; pulp & paper and related environmental topics, design, constructed wetlands,subsurface bioreactors, fossil energy, bioenergy, hydropower, water and waste water treatment, paper recycling, paper development, filler materials, energy savings, renewable energy & processes, engineering, machine & process design.
421 Walters Hall
kdoelle@esf.edu
315-470-6531 | 315-470-6501
Donaghy, Kelley, Associate Professor
PhD, University Of Pennsylvania, 1996; inorganic chemistry, solid state materials and chemical education
315 Jahn Lab
kdonaghy@esf.edu
315-470-6826
Dovciak, Martin, Associate Professor
PhD, University Of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 2001; Plant Ecology, Forest Ecosystems, Biodiversity, Global Change, Ecosystem Management and Restoration
459 Illick Hall
mdovciak@esf.edu
315-470-6749 | 315-470-6743
Drake, John, Assistant Professor
PhD, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign, 2010; Tree physiology, forest ecology, global climate change, ecosystem nutrient and C cycling, soils gas fluxes, tree water use
310B Bray Hall
jedrake@esf.edu
315-470-6574
Driscoll, Mark, Research Associate (Cy)
PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1992; environmental chemistry and radiation for environmentally friendly industrial processes
163 Baker Lab
mdriscol@esf.edu
315-470-6848
Endreny, Theodore, Professor
B.S., Cornell University, 1990; M.S., North Carolina State University, 1996; Ph.D., Princeton University, 1999.; water resources engineering, ecological engineering, stream restoration, urban watersheds, lesser-developed countries
426 Baker Lab
te@esf.edu
315-470-6565
Farrell, Shannon, Assistant Professor
MS, Texas A&M University, 2007; PhD, Texas A&M University, 2011; Wildlife ecology, wildlife-habitat relationships, management planning for endangered and threatened species, human impacts on wildlife, ecosystem services, endangered species act policy innovations, birds, bats
134 Illick Hall
sfarrell@esf.edu
315-470-6757 | 315-470-6760
Fierke, Melissa, Chair, Associate Professor, and Director, Cranberry Lake Biological Station
MS, Oregon State University, 2002; PhD, University Of Arkansas, 2006; forest entomology, forest ecology, invasive forest pests, insect-tree interactions, tree defenses
135 Illick Hall
mkfierke@esf.edu
315-470-6809 | 315-470-6743
Francis, Raymond, Research Associate
PhD, University of Toronto, 1987; bioenergy, chemical engineering, pulping
311 Walters Hall
francis@esf.edu
315-470-6525 | 315-470-6501
Germain, René, Professor
MS, Boston University, 1988; PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1997; forest health, policy, silviculture, forest management and operations, forest management for renewable energy, watershed management, sustainable forestry systems
316 Bray Hall
rhgermai@esf.edu
315-470-6698
Gibbs, James, Professor, Associate Chair, and Director, Roosevelt Wildlife Station
MA, University Of Missouri-Columbia, 1988; PhD, Yale University, 1995; herpetology, vertebrate conservation biology, genetics and ecology in birds, reptiles and amphibians, songbirds, giant tortoise, statistics, wildlife population monitoring, galapagos islands, conservation biology, ecological monitoring, population genetics, applied demography, undergraduate conservation education
404 Illick Hall
jpgibbs@esf.edu
315-470-6764
Hall, Myrna, Emeritus
integrating simulation modeling and geographical information systems for studying interaction between humans and their environments, natural resources management, sustainable development, graphic information visualization, foreign language communication, land use change, modeling, urban ecology, coupled human and natural systems
106 Marshall Hall
mhhall@esf.edu
315-470-6636
Hassett, John, Professor
MS, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, 1974; PhD, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, 1978; environmental chemistry, aquatic chemistry
321 Jahn Lab
jphasset@esf.edu
315-470-6827 | 315-470-6855
Hawks, Richard, Distinguished Service Professor
MLA, Harvard University, 1978; climate change, urban resilience, rural community design and planning,campus design, Landscape architecture education
307 Marshall Hall
rshawks@esf.edu
315-470-6557 | 315-470-6544
Hirsch, Paul, Associate Professor
MS, University Of Georgia, 2003; PhD, Georgia Institute Of Technology-Main , 2008; integrative thinking and problem-solving, water planning, biodiversity conservation, science-policy interface, environmental thought and ethics, policy analysis, public participation and decision-making, environmental valuation, complexity, participant-observation and survey methods, discourse analysis, environmental policy, climate governance, policy science divide
114 Marshall Hall
pahirsch@esf.edu
315-470-6669
Horton, Thomas, Professor
MA, San Francisco State University, 1992; PhD, University Of California-Berkeley, 1997; mycorrhizal plant ecology, molecular ecology, ecology, fungal communities, mycology, fire ecology
350 Illick Hall
trhorton@esf.edu
315-470-6743 | 315-470-6794
Hussein, Rafaat M., Associate Professor
ME, Concordia University, 1978; PhD, Concordia University, 1980; Environmental sustainability and protection; climate change; hazardous wastes management and transport; water resources; sustainable agriculture and infrastructure systems; risk and vulnerability assessment, analysis and management; expert & knowledge-based systems; occupational and environmental management, safety and auditing; bio-based materials and products; applied sustainable construction.
216 Baker Lab
rmhussei@esf.edu
315-470-6833
Johnston, Douglas, Professor and Chair
MLA, Harvard University, 1982; PhD, University of Washington, 1986; Environmental planning, land use, water resources planning and management, spatial analysis, political economy, ecological design and planning.
331 Marshall Hall
dmjohnst@esf.edu
315-470-6544
Kieber, David, Professor
MS, University Of Delaware, 1983; PhD, University Of Miami, 1988; environmental chemistry, aquatic organic chemistry
417 Jahn Lab
djkieber@esf.edu
315-470-6951 | 315-470-6855
Kimmerer, Robin, Distinguished Teaching Professor and Director, Center for Native Peoples and the Environment
MS, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, 1978; PhD, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, 1982; plant restoration ecology, bryology, bryoecology, restoration ecology, ethnobotany, conservation biology and bryophyte ecology, traditional ecological knowledge
351 Illick Hall
rkimmer@esf.edu
315-470-6785 | 315-470-6760
Kristiansen, Silje, Assistant Professor
PhD, University of Zurich, 2015; environmental, risk, science and technology communication; food systems in the media; climate change discourse; public perception and media coverage of gene editing; public perception and media coverage of nuclear energy; energy discourse; public perception of risks and science; public opinion; quantitative methods; qualitative methods; media content analysis; survey; in-depth interviews; Europe; US.
112 Marshall Hall
kristiansen@esf.edu
315-470-3022 | 315-470-6636
Kroll, Charles, Professor
B.S., Tufts University, 1987; M.S., 1989; Ph.D., Cornell University, 1996.; stochastic and deterministic hydrology, environmental modeling, water resource systems engineering, ecological engineering, urban forestry, drought assessment, environmental systems engineering, stochastic and deterministic modeling, risk assessment, coupled human and natural systems
424 Baker Lab
cnkroll@esf.edu
315-470-6699
Kuehn, Diane, Associate Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator
MS, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1989; PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2002; social and recreational dimensions, ecotourism and nature tourism, recreation management and research
310A Bray Hall
dmkuehn@esf.edu
315-470-6561
Leopold, Donald, Distinguished Teaching Professor
MS, University Of Kentucky, 1981; 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, restoration ecology, rare species conservation
242 Illick Hall
djleopold@esf.edu
315-470-6760
Leydet, Brian, Assistant Professor
PhD, Louisiana State University & Agricult, 2014; infectious and vector-borne diseases, arthropods of veterinary and medical importance, vector biology, vector-pathogen-host interactions, disease ecology, molecular biology, epidemiology of Lyme and other tick-borne diseases
Illick Hall
bfleydet@esf.edu
315-470-6942 | 315-470-6760
Limburg, Karin, Professor
MS, University Of Florida, 1981; PhD, Cornell University, 1994; riverine fish and estuarine ecology, fisheries ecology, watershed ecology, systems ecology, ecological economics, fisheries and ecosystem science, coupled human-natural systems, biogeochemistry, fisheries ecology, ecosystem ecology, biogeochemical tracers, modeling
249 Illick Hall
klimburg@esf.edu
315-470-6741
Limpert, Christina, Assistant Professor and Director, Writing, Rhetoric and Communications Program
MS, Syracuse University, 1995; PhD, Syracuse University, 2013; Eco cinema and media studies Nature, culture, and politics Critical, feminist, gender theories Qualitative research, ethnography, participatory research Environmental education Enviro dimensions of war and militarization Public perceptions of environmental threats and ecosystem health Industrial hemp in New York State
208A Marshall Hall
cmlimper@esf.edu
315-470-6722 | 315-470-6636
Linehan, Cariann
Secretary 1
202 Baker Lab
clinehan@esf.edu
315-470-6528
Liu, Shijie, Professor
PhD, University of Alberta, 1992; bioengineering, fermentation, kinetics, separation, pulping, bleaching, fiber properties, sustainability, biofuel, renewable chemicals, biomaterials
302 Walters Hall
sliu@esf.edu
315-470-6885 | 315-470-6501
Luzadis, Valerie, Professor
MS, Cornell University, 1990; PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1997; ecological economics, ecosystem services, policy, social and recreational dimensions, forest management for renewable energy, watershed management, natural resources policy and values, sustainable development, renewable energy, participatory decision-making
214 Marshall Hall
vluzadis@esf.edu
315-470-6980 | 315-470-6636
Malmsheimer, Robert, Professor and Associate Chair
JD, Union University, 1989; PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1999; How laws and the legal system affect natural resources management, including how carbon accounting policies affect forest and natural resources.
305 Bray Hall
rwmalmsh@esf.edu
315-470-6909
Mao, Huiting, Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Graduate and Undergraduate Programs
MS, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1992; PhD, SUNY At Albany, 1999; environmental chemistry, atmospheric chemistry, air quality, regional to global budgets of trace gases, long range transport, continental export, climate change
121 Jahn Lab
hmao@esf.edu
315-470-6855
Mirowsky, Jaime, Assistant Professor
environmental health, exposure assessment, air pollution, cardiopulmonary health, in vitro models, environmental noise, epidemiology, public health
316 Jahn Lab
jmirowsk@esf.edu
315-470-6850
Mitchell, Myron, Distinguished Professor Emeritus
BA, Lake Forest College, 1969; PhD, University of Calgary, 1974; biogeochemistry, environmental energetics
421 Baker Lab
mitchell@esf.edu
315-470-6765
Moran, Sharon, Associate Professor
MS, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, 1989; PhD, Clark University, 2000; environmental policy, human dimensions of water/wastewater issues, political ecology, environment-society relations, green and innovative technologies, environmental issues in post-communist countries, qualitative research methods, gender and nature, sustainability indicators, emergent technologies, environmental justice, ethical frameworks in public policy
220 Marshall Hall
smoran@esf.edu
315-470-6690
Mountrakis, Giorgos, Professor
Dipl. Eng. National Technical University of Athens, 1998; M.S., University of Maine, 2000; Ph.D., 2004.; geographic information systems, remote sensing, spatiotemporal analysis, land cover land use change, climate change, biogeography, coupled human and natural systems
419 Baker Lab
gmountrakis@esf.edu
315-470-4824
Murphy, Cornelius, Professor
B.A., St. Michael's College, 1966; PhD, Syracuse University, 1970 ;
423 Baker Lab
cbmurphy@esf.edu
315-470-6963
Nakas, James, Professor
MS, Seton Hall University, 1970; PhD, Rutgers University, 1976; microbiology, transformation and decomposition processes, nutrient cycling, soil and aquatic microbiology, microbial biomass, solvent production, microbial ecology, microbial physiology
201 Illick Hall
jpnakas@esf.edu
315-470-6743
Newman, David, Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
MS, Duke University, 1985; PhD, Duke University, 1986; Forest resource economics and policy, resource and environmental economics, tax policy
206 Bray Hall
dnewman@esf.edu
315-470-6534
Newman, Lee, Associate Professor
MS, Rutgers University, 1989; PhD, Rutgers University, 1993; phytoremediation, molecular and cellular biology, horticultural therapy, food and health
248 Illick Hall
lanewman@esf.edu
315-470-4937
Nomura, Christopher, Vice President for Research
PhD, Pennsylvania State University, 2001; biochemistry, polymer chemistry, biopolymer chemistry, molecular biology, biotechnology, microbial physiology, biodegradable plastics, transcriptomics
200 Bray Hall
ctnomura@esf.edu
315-470-6606
Feldpausch-Parker, Andrea M., Associate Professor
MS, Texas A&M University, 2006; PhD, Texas A&M University, 2010; environmental communication; science and technology communication; wildlife conservation and policy; climate change mitigation and adaptation discourse and decision-making; environmental advocacy; environmental and natural resources conflict management; qualitative and critical methods; program evaluation methods; conflict; public participation; energy;wildlife management
108A Marshall Hall
amparker@esf.edu
315-470-6573 | 315-470-6636
Parry, Dylan, Associate Professor
MS, University of Alberta, 1994; PhD, Michigan State University, 2000; Biological invasion, climate change, and conservation, primarily in the context of insects in forested ecosystems.
109 Illick Hall
dparry@esf.edu
315-470-6753 | 315-470-6742
Potteiger, Matthew, Professor
MLA, University Of California-Berkeley, 1982; community design and food systems
306 Marshall Hall
mpotteig@esf.edu
315-470-6544
Quackenbush, Lindi, Professor and Chair
B.S., The University of Melbourne, 1994; B.Surv., 1994; M.S., State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1998.; Ph.D., 2004.; geospatial information systems, spatial measurements, remote sensing and image processing, particularly focused on spatial techniques for both urban and forest classification, spatial analysis
404 Baker Lab
ljquack@esf.edu
315-470-4727
Ringler, Neil, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Vice Provost and Executive Director of ESF Onondaga Lake Science Center
MS, Oregon State University, 1970; PhD, University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 1975; fish ecology and behavior, foraging behavior of fishes, salmon reproduction, vertebrate anatomy, aquatic insect ecology, stream ecology and management, aquatic and fisheries restoration, aquatic entomology
224 Illick Hall
nhringle@esf.edu
315-470-6803
Schulz, Kimberly, Associate Professor
PhD, University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 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, plankton, limnology, aquatic ecology, biogeochemistry, invasive species
456 Illick Hall
kschulz@esf.edu
315-470-6808 | 315-470-4753
Selfa, Theresa, Professor and Associate Chair
PhD, Cornell University, 2001; Environmental Governance; Politics of Agri-Food and Energy Systems; Livelihood Impacts of Land Use Change; International Development and Social Change; Environmental Certification and Labelling; Latin America and US
211C Marshall Hall
tselfa@esf.edu
315-470-6570 | 315-470-6636
Shaw, Stephen, Associate Professor
B.S., Cornell University, 2000; M.S., Cornell University, 2005; PhD., Cornell University, 2009.; hydroclimatology, water resources engineering, ecohydrology in a changing climate, water resources, climate change, hydrology, systems modeling, stormwater management
418 Baker Lab
sbshaw@esf.edu
315-470-6939
Smardon, Richard, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus
MLA, University Of Massachusetts-Amherst, 1973; wetland assessment and management, landscape management policy, public participation and decision-making, sustainable development, eco-tourism, biosphere reserve management
211B Marshall Hall
rsmardon@esf.edu
315-470-6576
Sonnenfeld, David, Professor
MA, University Of California, Santa Cruz, 1991; PhD, University Of California, Santa Cruz, 1996; environmental sociology; comparative environmental politics; sustainable transitions; water governance; East and Southeast Asia, Middle East, Latin America and Caribbean; field, historical and mixed research methods
211B Marshall Hall
dsonn@esf.edu
315-470-4931 | 315-470-6636
Stehman, Stephen, Distinguished Teaching Professor
MS, Oregon State University, 1981; PhD, Cornell University, 1989; environmental sampling, map accuracy assessment, land-cover monitoring; applied statistics
322 Bray Hall
svstehma@esf.edu
315-470-6692
Stella, John, Associate Professor
MS, University Of California-Berkeley, 1998; PhD, University Of California-Berkeley, 2005; riparian and stream ecology, restoration ecology, watershed management, ecological modeling, tree-ring science, river restoration, arid-land and Mediterranean ecosystems
344 Illick Hall
stella@esf.edu
315-470-6536 | 315-470-4902
Tao, Wendong, Associate Professor
B.S., Shaanxi Normal University, 1984; M.S., Beijing Normal University, 1990; Ph.D., University of British Columbia, 2006.; Ecological engineering and sustainable wastewater treatment (Constructed wetland, gravel biofilter, anammox-based nitrogen removal processes); Resource recovery from bioresidues (anaerobic digestion, solid-liquid separation, struvite recovery, ammonia recovery)
422 Baker Lab
wtao@esf.edu
315-470-4928
Teece, Mark, Associate Professor and Undergraduate Curriculum Coordinator
PhD, University of Bristol, 1994; environmental chemistry, food web biochemistry, stable isotope biogeochemistry, coral, stable isotopes, metabolomics, biogeochemistry
415 Jahn Lab
mteece@esf.edu
315-470-6855 | 315-470-4736
Teron, Lemir, Assistant Professor
PhD, University Of Delaware, 2015; My thinking deliberates on problems related to inequality, conflict and empowerment. The implications are often times, though not exclusively, environmental. My intellectual playgrounds include urban spaces, coastal communities and sites of resilience.
211A Marshall Hall
lteron@esf.edu
315-470-6636
Vidon, Elizabeth, Assistant Professor
MA, York University, 2003; PhD, Indiana University-Bloomington, 2015; Nature-based Tourism; Wilderness and Nature; Parks; Environmental Perception; Environmental thought and ontologies; Tourism Geographies; Authenticity and Alienation; Psychoanalytic and Social theory; Political Ecology; Epistemology/Nature of Knowledge(s); Landscape Studies; Indigenous Studies
108B Marshall Hall
esvidon@esf.edu
315-470-6908 | 315-470-6636
Vidon, Philippe, Professor
MS, National Institute of Agronomy of Paris-Grignon, 1997; PhD, York University, 2004; Geography/Environmental Science, Surface and Subsurface Hydrology, Water Quality, Riparian Zone/Watershed Biogeochemistry and Hydrology, Agriculture, Best Management Practices, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Mercury, Carbon Cycling, Greenhouse Gases (N2O, CO2, CH4).
309 Bray Hall
pgvidon@esf.edu
315-470-4765 | 315-470-6536
Volk, Timothy, Senior Research Associate and Associate Chair
MS, Cornell University, 1990; PhD, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2002; silviculture, forest management for renewable energy, biomass and bioenergy, energy, agroforestry, phytoremediation, management and sustainability of short rotation woody crops, life cycle analysis, ecophysiology, international forestry
346 Illick Hall
tavolk@esf.edu
315-470-6774
Wagner, John, Professor and Associate Chair
MS, University Of Idaho, 1984; PhD, Colorado State University, 1990; forest resource and environmental economics, ecosystem services, policy, quantitative silviculture, forest management and operations, operations research, simulation
304 Bray Hall
jewagner@esf.edu
315-470-6971
Weiss, Jill, Assistant Professor
PhD, Antioch New England Graduate School, 2016; Socio-ecological systems, co-adaptive management, collaboration and trust, knowledge transfer, communities of practice and social networks, communication theories, landscape ecology, recreation governance and ethics, environmental education, conservation behaviors and psychologies, organizational management, strategic planning, and assessment. Subjects: stewardship, large contiguous bioregions, alpine zone, trail systems, public open space, bikes, urban forestry. Methods: Surveys, interviews, mixed method approaches, case studies, grounded theory, participatory action research.
208B Marshall Hall
jiweiss@esf.edu
315-470-6781 | 315-470-6636
Whipps, Christopher, Director, SUNY Center for Applied Microbiology and Assoc Professor
PhD, Oregon State University, 2004; fish parasites and diseases, wildlife diseases, parasitology, microbiology, taxonomy, molecular systematics, diagnostics, parasites as biological tags and ecological indicators, epidemiology and control of pathogens of ecological and veterinary importance, evolution and biology of disease causing organisms in animal populations using molecular systematics
133 Illick Hall
cwhipps@esf.edu
315-470-4762 | 315-470-6760
Yanai, Ruth, Professor
MS, Yale University, 1985; PhD, Yale University, 1990; forest ecology, watershed ecology, soils, biogeochemistry, forest health, ecological modeling, watershed management, ecosystem nutrient cycling, uncertainty
210 Marshall Hall
rdyanai@esf.edu
315-470-6955 | 315-470-4868