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Dr. Roger C. Anderson is a Distinguished Professor of Biology atIllinois State University, Normal. He graduated with a B.S. Degree,Magna cum Laude, from Wisconsin State College, LaCrosse in l963. Hereceived M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Wisconsin,Madison, in l965 and l968, respectively. He has been a member andchairman of the Fermilab Environmental Advisory Committee andDirector of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum. Since1993, he has been a member of the editorial board of theinternational journal Restoration Ecology. Dr. Anderson's researchis in the area of plant ecology, and includes studies on the effectof fire on prairie and savanna vegetation, historic vegetation,ecology of mycorrhizae, invasive species, and the influence of deerbrowsing on vegetation. Dr. Anderson has published 110peer-reviewed papers. His research has been published in Ecology,Science, American Journal of Botany, Restoration Ecology, Journalof the Torrey Botanical Society, American Midland Naturalist, andVegetatio. He has written 9 book chapters and is senior editor ofSavannas, Barrens, and Rock Outcrop Plant Communities of NorthAmerican (1999, R. C. Anderson, J. S. Fralish, and J. M. Baskin,editors, Cambridge University Press). Dr. Anderson is a Fellow ofthe Illinois Academy of Science. Honors of being designated aCollege of Arts and Sciences Lecturer and an Outstanding Collegeand University Researcher.
Dr. Andrew D. Carver is an Associate Professor of Forestry atSouthern Illinois University Carbondale. Dr. Carver graduated witha M.S. in Forest Economics and Policy and a Ph.D. in Agronomy fromPurdue University. Dr. Carver's research focuses on theoretical andapplied mathematical modeling of environmental systems andhuman-environmental interactions, geo-spatial decision supporttools for ecological landscape analysis and the role of naturalresources and ecosystems in domestic and international economicdevelopment. Dr. Carver has most recently published researcharticles in journals such as Forest Policy and Economics, Journalof Environmental Management, Society and Natural Resources,Environmental Science and Policy, and Agroforestry Systems. He wasPrinciple Investigator of a grant from the U.S. Forest Service toproduce an ecological/land classification system for the ShawneeNational Forest using GIS, and is a co-author of the researchreport from that project (Fralish, et al. Presettlement, Present,and Projected Forest Communities of the Shawnee National Forest,2002); 145 pages).
Dr. James S. Fralish is an Adjunct Associate Professor(Emeritus) in the Department of Forestry at Southern IllinoisUniversity-Carbondale. He received degrees from Michigan StateUniversity (B.S. and M.S.) in forestry and a Ph.D. degree in plantecology and botany from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.During his 25 years with the Department, he taught courses inforest ecology, soils, site evaluation, tree physiology, forestecosystems and research methods, as well as tree identification andflora of southern Illinois. His research has concentrated on forestspecies and communities, and their relationship to physical sitefactors and disturbance, and presettlement vegetation. Dr. Fralishauthored the textbook Taxonomy and Ecology of Woody Species inNorth American Forests (Fralish and Franklin, 2002, John Wiley& Sons). He has co-edited four books including John T. Curtis:Forty Years of Wisconsin Plant Ecology (Fralish, McIntire, andLoucks, 1993, Wisconsin Academy of Science, Letters, and Arts),Savannah, Barrens, and Rock Outcrop Plant Communities of NorthAmerica (Anderson, Fralish & Baskin, 1999, Cambridge UniversityPress), Land Between The Lakes, Kentucky and Tennessee: Forty Yearsof Tennessee Valley Authority Stewardship (Chester & Fralish,2002, Austin Peay State University), The Porcupine WildernessJournals (C. Julian-Fralish, S. Julian-Fralish, and J. Fralish,2002, The Stasis Group). He has published research on forestecology in Ecological Applications, Canadian Journal of ForestResearch, Journal of Vegetation Science, American MidlandNaturalist, Journal of Forestry, Journal of the Tennessee Academyof Science, Proceedings of Illinois State Academy of Science, and anumber of symposium proceedings. He has authored seven bookchapters. Dr. Fralish has twice received the Senior Research Awardfrom the Association of Southeastern Biologists. He has served twoterms as Vegetation Science Editor for the American MidlandNaturalist journal. Dr. Fralish is certified as a Senior Ecologistby the Ecological Society of America. In 1976, he initiated theCentral Hardwood Forest Conference for researchers and foresters,which continues to hold biennial meetings with proceedingspublished by United States Department of Agriculture Northern orNortheastern Research Stations.
Dr. Scott B. Franklin is an Associate Professor in theDepartment of Biology at the University of Memphis, Tennessee.Scott Franklin is a plant community ecologist with a B.S. inbiology (Upper Iowa University), a M.S. in forestry (SouthernIllinois University) and a Ph.D. in plant biology (SouthernIllinois University). Additionally, he obtained a Ph.D. in ForestEcology (University of Joensuu) while on a Fulbright Fellowship.Dr. Franklin has studied disturbance in forest communities for over16 years, with emphasis on spatial and temporal vegetationdynamics. He work has integrated applied management questions intohis research with exotic species, fire, forested floodplains,hydrology of the Mississippi River, and slash and burn agriculture.Most recently, Dr. Franklin has developed research examining thepotential to restore canebrakes (Arundinaria gigantea) insoutheastern United States and the regeneration of bamboo (Fargesiaand Bashania) in the Qinling Mountains of China followingdisturbance. Dr. Franklin has co-authored one book, Taxonomy andEcology of Woody Species in North American Forests (Fralish andFranklin, 2002, John Wiley & Sons) and six book chapters. Hisresearch is published in Journal of Vegetation Science, PlantEcology, Journal of Applied Ecology, Global Ecology &Biogeography, and Journal of the American Water ResourcesAssociation. Dr. Franklin is Vegetation Science Editor for AmericanMidland Naturalist.
Dr. John Groninger is an Associate Professor in the Departmentof Forestry at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Beforecoming to SIUC in 1997, he worked as a post-doctoral researcher andinstructor at Virginia Tech. He holds a B.S. in Biology from Yaleand forestry degrees from Penn State (M.S.) and Virginia Tech(Ph.D.). Dr. Groninger teaches classes in silviculture, advancedsilviculture, agroforestry, and urban forestry. Along with hisgraduate students and colleagues, Dr. Groninger's research at SIUChas focused on silviculture, reforesting marginal agriculturallands, maintaining and regenerating hardwood-dominated ecosystems,short rotation plantations, and urban forestry. He publishedresearch appears in Forest Science, Canadian Journal of ForestResearch, Forest Ecology and Management, Journal of Forestry, andThe American Midland Naturalist.
Dr.Eric Hellgren is Director of the Cooperative WildlifeResearch Laboratory and Professor of Zoology at Southern IllinoisUniversity, Carbondale. He received his B.S. degree from ColoradoState University, M.S. degree from Texas A&M University, andPh.D. (in 1988) from Virginia Tech University. He has held researchand academic appointments at the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife ResearchInstitute at Texas A&M University-Kingsville and at OklahomaState University before moving to his current position in fall2005. He primarily research concentrates on mammalian ecology, andto a lesser extent, reptilian ecology. Dr. Hellgren has publishedover 110 peer-reviewed publications, including papers in Ecology,Conservation Biology, Oecologia, Oikos, Biological Conservation,Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, Journal of WildlifeManagement, and Journal of Mammalog. He has written six bookchapters. He has served as an Associate Editor of several serialpublications and is currently editor-in-chief of WildlifeMonographs
Dr. Eric Holzmueller is an Assistant Professor in the Departmentof Forestry at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He receiveda Bachelor of Science and master s degree in Forestry fromIowa State University and a Ph.D in Forestry from the University ofFlorida. Prior to coming to SIUC, he worked as a post-doctoralresearch associate and visiting instructor at UF. Dr. Holzmuellerteaches courses in forest management and landscape ecology at SIUC.His current research efforts focus on the impacts of exoticdiseases on forest structure and species composition in the CentralHardwood Region and the integration of forest stewardship plansinto a statewide geospatial database that allows IL DNR staff toidentify resource potentials and threats to Illinois forests. Hehas published his research in Forest Ecology and Management, Plantand Soil, Oecologia, Journal of Forestry, Agroforestry Systems, andmultiple conference proceedings.
Dr. John E. Phelps is Professor and Chair of the Department ofForestry at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Dr. Phelpsreceived a B.A. in Biology from Central Methodist College, Fayette,Missouri, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in wood technology from theUniversity of Missouri, Columbia. He has worked with the U.S.Forest Service as a Project Leader and Wood Products Technologistand with the University of Missouri as a Research Associate. He hasbeen Chair of the Forestry Department since 1990, where he teachescourses in wood science and forest industries. His research is onwood quality/growth quality relationships. Dr. Phelps has heldleadership positions in the Society of Wood and Science Technology,International Union of Forestry Research, and the InternationalAssociation of Wood Technologists. Dr. Phelps has publishedresearch in the Wood and Fiber Science, Forest Products Journal,and Journal of International Association of Wood Anatomists.
Charles M. Ruffner is an Associate Professor of Forestry atSouthern Illinois University-Carbondale. He holds a B.S. in ForestScience w/Honors, and an M.S. and P...
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