Wayne T. Swank
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Forest hydrology and ecology with emphasis on water yield and water quality, biogeochemical cycles, and forest succession as related to both natural and management disturbances.
- University of Washington, Ph.D. Forest Hydrology,
- University of Washington, M.F. Silviculture,
- West Virginia University, B.S. Forest Management,
Featured Publications & Products
- Swank, Wayne; Vose, James. 2010. Long-term forest ecosystem research: a programmatic view.
- Burt, T.P.; Swank, W.T. 2010. Hursh CR and Brater EF (1941) separating storm-hydrographs from small drainage-areas into surface- and subsurface-flow. Transactions, American Geophysical Union 22:863-871.
- Brookshire, E.N. Jack; Gerber, Stefan; Webster, Jackson R.; Vose, James M.; Swank, Wayne T. 2010. Direct effects of temperature on forest nitrogen cycling revealed through analysis of long-term watershed records.
- Worrall, Fred; Swank, Wayne T.; Burt, Tim. 2005. Fluxes of inorganic carbon from two forested catchments in the Appalachian mountains.
Publications & Products
- Serengil, Yusuf; Swank, Wayne T.; Vose, James M. 2012. Alterations on flow variability due to converting hardwood forests to pine.
- Ford, Chelcy ; Laseter, Stephanie ; Swank, Wayne; Vose, James . 2011. Can forest management be used to sustain water-based ecosystem service in the face of climate change?.
- Serengil, Yusuf; Swank, Wayne T.; Riedel, Mark S.; Vose, James M. 2011. Conversion to pine: Changes in timing and magnitude of high and low flows..