US Forest Service Research & Development
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  • US Forest Service Research & Development
  • 1400 Independence Ave., SW
  • Washington, D.C. 20250-0003
  • 800-832-1355
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Steve Mcnulty

Team Leader, Ecologist
920 Main Campus, Dr. Venture Center 2, Suite 300
Phone: 919-515-9489
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Current Research

Regional to continental scale forest modeling including forest hydrology, productivity, resource economics, and wildlife and forest diversity. Emphasis is given to model interactions and response of forests to global climate change and other environmental stresses including ozone, nitrogen deposition, and atmospheric CO2.Other research includes the influence of forest management practices on forest hydrology, productivity, and spatially explicit soil erosion.


  • University of New Hampshire, Durham, Ph.D. Natural Resources, 1991
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison, M.S. Forestry, 1987
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison, B.S. Natural Resources, 1985

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Publications & Products

Research Highlights


Hub Helps Landowners "SERCHing" for Climate Change Answers

Land managers face new challenges every year from the growing effects of climate change. The regional livelihoods of farmers, foresters, and ran ...


TACCIMO Development Team Honored with Regional Forester's Honor Award

The Template for Assessing Climate change Impacts and Management Options (TACCIMO) development team, composed of researchers from the Southern R ...


Last updated on : 03/19/2015