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George D. Aiken Forestry Sciences Lab - Burlington, Vermont

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 The Role of Environmental Stress on Tree Growth and Development
 Ecological Processes: A Basis for Managing Forests and Water Quality in New England
 Integrating Social and Biophysical Sciences for Natural Resource Management
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 George D. Aiken Forestry Sciences Lab                        705 Spear Street  South Burlington, Vermont 05403

(802) 951-6771

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 Mark J. Twery


                                                    Project Leader

                                                      Northeastern Research Station
     705 Spear St., P.O. Box 968
     Burlington, VT 05402-0968
Phone: (802) 951-6771 x1040;

Fax: (802) 951-6368

e-mail: mtwery@fs.fed.us

 


I joined the Forest Service in 1988 as a Research Forester in Morgantown, WV, working on impacts of gypsy moth. In October 1994, I received a reassignment to Burlington, VT, where I am Project Leader of NE-4454, Integrating the Ecological and Social Dimensions of Forest Ecosystem Management.

My primary personal research focus is NED, a set of decision-support tools for forest management for multiple benefits. Other research interests include biotic disturbances in forests, regeneration dynamics, stand development, and the roles of humans in the ecosystem.

I have a B.A. in Theater Arts from Oberlin College, an M.S. in Forest Ecology from the University of Massachusetts, and a Ph.D in Silviculture from Yale University. My resume can be viewed at this link.

I am a generalist, whose previous professional experience includes being the Technical Director for the Chelsea Theater Center, an Off-Broadway producing company, Cheese Buyer for a regional food co-op organization, and partner in a custom woodworking company.

 


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