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  • 1400 Independence Ave., SW
  • Washington, D.C. 20250-0003
  • 800-832-1355
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Diane De Steven, Research Ecologist

Diane De Steven

Research Ecologist
P.O. Box 227
Stoneville, MS 38776-0227
Phone: 662-686-3602


Current Research

  • The Conservation Effects Assessment Project: assessing wetland ecosystem services on Southern Farm-Bill program lands
  • Testing methods and models for restoring wetland and bottomland forest ecosystems
  • Understanding abiotic and biotic controls on vegetation diversity of wetland and bottomland forest communities

 

Education

  • University of Michigan, Ph.D. Plant Ecology, 1980
  • University of Michigan, M.S. Animal Ecology, 1977
  • Kent State University, B.S. Biology, 1974

Professional Organizations

  • Society of Wetland Scientists, Professional Wetland Scientist (2014 - Current)
  • Society of Wetland Scientists, Associate Editor (2010 - Current)

Awards & Recognition

  • Doug Wilcox Award for Outstanding Associate Editor, 2014
    Awarded by the Society of Wetland Scientists for excellence in serving as Associate Editor of the journal Wetlands
  • Southern Regional Forester���s Award for Natural Resource Stewardship, 2006
    Team Award for the Carolina Bay Restoration and Banking Project at the Savannah River Site, SC

Featured Publications & Products

Publications & Products

Research Highlights

HighlightTitleYear


SRS-2012-03
Wetlands Assessment Project Documents Outcomes of Conservation on Working Lands

Assessment offers managers a tool to improve project planning and assessment of wetland practices on working lands in the South and elsewhere

2012


SRS-2011-19
What do we need to know to conserve wetlands on working lands in the South

The Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) is a multi-agency effort to improve effectiveness of Farm Bill conservation programs by quant ...

2011


Last updated on : 10/31/2014