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2017-2018 Bullard Fellows Announced

April 18, 2017
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People walking down a path surrounded by trees in the fall.

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 CharneyUniversity of ArizonaNew book that explores the ecological and historical narratives of richly storied field sites
Isabelle ChuineCentre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle & Evolutive (France)Modeling phenology and ecological niches of forest trees
Guillermo GoldsteinUniversity of MiamiTree physiology: survival of living tissue in subzero temperatures
Nicole St. Clair KnoblochBuild It With Wood program,
New England Forestry Fondation
Innovative conservation finance in three distinct regions of Massachusetts
Maureen PuettmannWoodLife Environmental ConsultantsLife cycle analysis of the environmental impacts of HF's new wood heating system
Crystal SchaafUniversity of Massachusetts, BostonCombining remote sensing and forestry field data to investigate Northeastern forest canopy changes due to hemlock woolly adelgid 
Eric WashburnWindward 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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