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Name/Title Lab/Description Contact Information
Joel Bostic
Graduate Student
Appalachian Laboratory
301-689-7280
Caitlin Campbell
Graduate Student
Appalachian Laboratory
301-689-7142
Mark Castro
Associate Professor
Appalachian Laboratory
Environmental science, Atmospheric-biosphere interactions, Impacts of land use on water quality
301-689-7163
Eric Davidson
Director, Appalachian Laboratory and Professor
Appalachian Laboratory
Biogeochemistry and nutrient cycling in terrestrial ecosystems, including the effects of management, land use change, and climatic change on soil C and N stocks, trace gas emissions from soils, and leaching of plant nutrients to streams and groundwater. Current study areas include the Brazilian Amazon Basin and Cerrado region and the forests of New England.
301-689-7204
Cassie Doty
Faculty Research Assistant
Appalachian Laboratory
K-12 Curriculum Development, Teacher Professional Development, Freshwater Ecology, Biogeochemistry
301-689-7134
Andrew Elmore
Associate Professor
Appalachian Laboratory
Environmental Science, Land-use and land-cover change, Ecohydrology, Biogeochemistry, Remote sensing and spatial analysis.
301-689-7124
Katia Engelhardt
Research Associate Professor
Appalachian Laboratory
Effects of species richness on wetland ecosystem functioning and services; Community ecology and ecosystem ecology; Wetland ecology; Aquatic botany
301-689-7140
Keith Eshleman
Professor
Appalachian Laboratory
Hydrology; watershed ecology; biogeochemistry of freshwater and groundwater; mathematical modeling of runoff and hydrological systems; freshwater wetland hydrology.
301-689-7170
Eric Farris
Systems Administrator
Appalachian Laboratory
301-689-7133
Matthew Fitzpatrick
Associate Professor
Appalachian Laboratory
Species distribution modeling, simulation modeling, climate change, biological invasions, biodiversity
301-689-7131
Robert Gardner
Professor Emeritus
Appalachian Laboratory
Landscape ecology; modeling and predicting dynamics of large ecosystems; ecological risk assessment; effects of land use and global change on sustainability of natural systems.
240-522-3424
Jim Garlitz
Faculty Research Assistant
Appalachian Laboratory
301-689-7169
J. Edward Gates
Professor
Appalachian Laboratory
Wildlife and conservation ecology and management; human-wildlife-habitat relationships, focusing on habitat fragmentation and alteration, connectivity (corridors), edge effects, and boundary dynamics; habitat suitability for vertebrate species; species inventory and monitoring for natural resource management; natural resources and the human enterprise
301-689-7173
John Genys
Professor Emeritus
Appalachian Laboratory

Andrew Gougherty
Graduate Student
Appalachian Laboratory
301-689-7283