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2018-2019 Bullard Fellows Announced

June 1, 2018
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We are pleased to announce the Harvard Forest Charles Bullard Fellows for 2018-2019. The mission of the 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. 


Timothy Cook


Noah Snyder

Worcester State University


Boston College

Paleoecology data synthesis investigating the causes and impacts of Holocene climate and environmental change
Linda DeeganWoods Hole Research CenterImpacts of human land use, invasive forest pests, and climate change on aquatic ecosystems
Susan MasinoTrinity CollegeScholarly review of data linking forests and brain health
Justin MaxwellIndiana UniversityDendrochronology: Examining species-specific drought response in eastern US trees
Robin SearsHampshire CollegeScience-policy nexus in forestry; connecting lessons about forest management by small-scale timber producers in the Northeast for application in South America
Thomas SherryTulane UniversityNew book integrating ecological and evolutionary approaches to competition and community structure in birds

Learn more about each fellow here.

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