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2017-2018 Bullard Fellows Announced
We are pleased to announce the Harvard Forest Charles Bullard Fellows for 2017-2018. The mission of the Charles Bullard Fellowship Program is to support advanced research and study by individuals who show promise of making an important contribution--either as scholars or administrators--to forestry and forest-related subjects, from biology to earth sciences, economics, politics, administration, law, and the arts and humanities.
|Noah Charney||University of Arizona||New book that explores the ecological and historical narratives of richly storied field sites|
|Isabelle Chuine||Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle & Evolutive (France)||Modeling phenology and ecological niches of forest trees|
|Guillermo Goldstein||University of Miami||Tree physiology: survival of living tissue in subzero temperatures|
|Nicole St. Clair Knobloch||Build It With Wood program, |
New England Forestry Fondation
|Innovative conservation finance in three distinct regions of Massachusetts|
|Maureen Puettmann||WoodLife Environmental Consultants||Life cycle analysis of the environmental impacts of HF's new wood heating system|
|Crystal Schaaf||University of Massachusetts, Boston||Combining remote sensing and forestry field data to investigate Northeastern forest canopy changes due to hemlock woolly adelgid|
|Eric Washburn||Windward Strategies||New book that focuses on future stresses and drivers of change in U.S. forests|
Learn more about each fellow here.
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