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  • APPENDIX A

    Faculty Expertise and Graduate Programs At Host and Partner Universities

    The faculty and staff listed for the host and all university partners illustrate the range of expertise and experience that is relevant to the federal land management, environmental and research agencies at each respective University—they are not exhaustive lists of expertise at any university. A1. University of Minnesota Faculty and Staff (Host) Ira R. Adelman - Environmental physiology of fishes, fisheries management, and aquaculture (FWCB) E. Calvin Alexander - Karst environmental geohydrology; groundwater pollution problems in fractured aquifers; nonpoint

    source pollution problems; age and residence times of groundwaters; tracing of subsurface flow; isotope geohydrology (Geol)

    Donald Alstad - Evolution and population ecology of insects; effects of selection and gene flow on adaptation and specificity in insect herbivores; distribution and community ecology of filtering caddisflies. (EEB)

    Dorothy H. Anderson - Developing methods and procedures to implement benefits based management for recreation and non-recreation resources (FR)

    David E. Andersen - Impacts of human activity on wildlife populations, ecology and management of raptorial birds and other nongame wildlife, and ecology and conservation of wild birds (FWCB)

    Neil A. Anderson - Forest pathology, hypoxylon resistance in aspen, mycorrhizae (Plant Path) Sandra Archibald - Public policy, water resources economics and policy, western water resources issues. (HHH) Lori Arent - Captive-management of raptors (VetMed) Mark E. Ascerno Jr. - Forest entomologyc forest and urban plant pest control (Ent) Richard Axler - lake and water quality management and restoration; aquatic ecosystem responses to pollutants; nutrient

    cycling and food web dynamics (NRRI-CWE) Franklin Barnwell - Invertebrate behavior; circadian rhythms; adaptations of intertidal shorecrabs. (EEB) John Beatty - History and philosophy of biology; conceptual and methodological problems in evolutionary biology and

    genetics; history of evolutionary biology and genetics. (EEB) Subhash Basak - computation al toxicology, molecular modeling (NRRI-CWE) Marv Bauer - Remote sensing inputs to inventory and analysis of natural resources. (FR) Mel Baughman - Incentives for managing private forest lands.(FR) Robert A Blanchette - Forest pathology: forest and shade tree diseases (Plant Path) Charles R. Blinn - Effects of environmental protection policies on timber harvesting practices. (FR) Paul V Bolstad - GIS in natural resource analysis, forest ecology, and spatial data analysis (FR) Patrick Brezonik - Water quality; pollutant fate and transport; water chemistry; limnology; elemental cycling; effects of

    atmospheric contaminants on aquatic systems. (CivEng, WRC) Kenneth N. Brooks - Hydrologic response of natural and disturbed forested watersheds, wetlands and riparian systems. (FR) Dwight Brown - Spatial and temporal variability of water resources; fluvial processes; simulation modeling; geographic

    information systems; water resources application of remote sensing; environmental change. (Geog) Eric T. Brown - Trace element geochemistry in lakes and rivers; cosmic ray exposure dating; climate history (LLO) Terry Brown - spatial aspects of ecosystems, and the application of computing and simulation techniques to enhance

    understanding of ecosystem behavior and conservation. (NRRI-CWE) Thomas E. Burk - Growth modeling and information delivery tools for ecosystem management. (FR) Eileen Carey - Net primary productivity and carbon sequestration potential of Lake States forests. (FR) Stephen Carlson – youth programs, environmental education, interpretation, extension (MNExt) Yosef Cohen - Mathematical ecology, ecosystem conservation, system analysis; application of control theory; population

    modeling; GIS (FWCB) Anita F. Cholewa - Curator of Vascular Plants (Bell) James Cotner - Biological limnology and oceanography; biogeochemistry; microbial ecology. (EEB) James Curtsinger - Genetics of aging; Experimental and theoretical population genetics; frequency-dependent selection;

    fitness in Drosophila. (EEB) Edward J. Cushing – Ecology and paleoecology of vegetation and landscapes; phytogeography; Quaternary vegetation

    history of Minnesota and Indonesia; pollen and spore morphology and analysis. (EEB) Francesca J. Cuthbert - Conservation and biology of small avian populations with particular interest in colonial waterbirds

    and shorebirds; recovery of endangered populations using an ecosystem perpective; forest bird conservation (FWCB) S. Daley-Laursen - Leadership studies, higher education administration, natural resources policy, environmental quality

    (CNR)

    Appendix A - 1

  • Andrew David - Optimization of forest genetic resources through integration of tree improvement & silvicultural processes. (FR)

    Gary E. Duke - Avian physiology and digestive physiology (Vet pathiobiology) K William Easter - Water resource management in U.S. & developing countries; benefit/cost analysis including investment

    strategies for different natural resource (AppEcon) systems; and water pollution problems in the U.S. with particular emphasis on agricultural pollution. Alan R. Ek - Analysis of forest regeneration and ecosystem dynamics from large databases. (FR) Paul V. Ellefson - State forest resource programs: analysis of policy and program options. (FR) Dan L. Erkkila - Resource analysis, tourism (FR & Tourism Center) Lee Frelich - Forest ecology, natural disturbance, competition and stand development (FR) David C. Fulton - Human dimensions of fish and wildlife, natural resource policy, wildlife and fisheries planning, natural

    resource negotiation and decision processes, benefits-based management of fish and wildlife resources (FWCB) Susan Galatowitsch - Wetland ecology; restoration ecology; landscape ecology (Hort & LA) Daniel W Gilmore - Silvicutural systems (FR & NCES) Jeff Gunderson - Associate Director and Fisheries Specialist: Biology, Fisheries, Aquatic Nuisance Species, Aquaculture,

    Baitfish, Crayfish, Outreach. (SeaGrant) Prasanna Gowda - Watershed modeling using geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing technology (SWC) Satish C. Gupta - Water and contaminant transport through soil; hydrologic processes at the soil surface; frozen soil

    hydrology; preferential transport processes; soil and river bank erosion; soil water relations; land application of agricultural processing waste and waste water; surface and subsurface water quality; manure impacts on soil and water quality (SWC)

    Rocky Gutierrez - game bird ecology & evolution of galliforms; endangered specifies; habitat relationships of wildlife (FWCB)

    Cindy Hagley - water quality, shoreland management, great lakes coastal environments, coastal resource use, facilitation, aquatic plant ecology and management, best management practices, wetland ecology, EPA criteria and standards. (SeaGrant)

    JoAnn Hanowski - avian ecology, forest management, ecological indicators (NRRI-CWE) Jay T. Hatch - Distribution and ecology of nongame fishes, conservation of native freshwater fishes, larval fish interactions;

    curator of Ichthyology; ecology of fishes, and evolution of life histories (FWCB & Bell) Sarah Hobbie - Ecosystem ecology, carbon and nutrient cycling, decomposition, species effects on ecosystem processes,

    plant-soil interactions. (EEB) Howard M. Hoganson - Management and economics: timber supply analysis, harvest scheduling, operations research (FR) George Host - landscape/forest ecology, biostatistics, modeling (NRRI-CWE) Emi Ito - Study of past climates and paleohydrology using proxy records preserved in lake sediments; interaction of

    groundwater with lakes and wetlands. (Geol & Limnological Research Center) Doug Jensen - Exotic species information center coordinator; aquatic nuisance species, public education, water quality and

    pollution, coastal resource management education, Eurasian Ruffe, Zebra Mussels, Round Goby, Sea Lamprey, Spiny Waterflea, wastewater toxicity identification, freshwater invertebrate biology, biomonitoring. (SeaGrant)

    Catherine Johnson - wetland/wildlife ecologist (NRRI-CWE) Gerald W Johnson - Surveying, mapping, and photogrammetry (Civ Eng) Gary Johnson - Woodland restoration projects (FR) Lucinda Johnson - bioindicators, amphibians, watersheds (NRRI-CWE) Tom Johnson - Sedimentary processes in large lakes, paleoclimatology, seismic reflection profiling, side-scan sonar,

    geochemistry (Geol & LLO) Carol A. Johnston - Land/water interactions; GIS; erosion; non-point source pollution; beaver ponds; GPS. (NRRI-CWE) Malcolm Jones - quantitative avian ecologist (NRRI-CWE) Peter Jordan - Ecology &management of mammalian herbivores; impacts of herbivores on natural plant communities

    (FWCB) Anne R. Kapuscinski - Fish conservation genetics, sustainable aquaculture, biotechnology environmental issues, policies for

    environmental sustainability (FWCB, ISEES, SeaGrant) Jennifer King - Biogeochemistry, Earth system science, environmental change, isotope geochemistry, plant-soil-atmosphere

    interactions. (EEB) John Kingston - Diatom taxonomy and ecology; water quality assessment; quality assurance/quality control of biological

    data; Great Lakes ecology; paleolimnology; lake acidification, wetlands ecology; stream ecology (NRRI-CWE) John Koepke - Native American perceptions and use of the landscape; Ecological design. (LA)

    Appendix A - 2

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