- Biological Assessments and Evaluations
- Non-Native Invasive Species Analysis
- Botany Surveys
- Grants and Agreement Writing
- Geographic Information System (GIS)
- Burned Area Emergency Rehabilitation (BAER)
- Bachelor of Arts, Plant Biology, University of Southern Illinois
- Masters of Science, Forest Resources, University of Idaho
- Brunsfeld, S.J.; Miller, T.R.; Carstens, B.C. 2007. Insights into the Biogeography of the Pacific Northwest of North America: Evidence from the Phylogeography of Salix melanopsis. Systematic Botany 32(1): pp. 129–139.
Miller, Jr., T.R.; Basinger, M.A.; Robertson, P.A. 2000. Composition and structure of planted and native pine stands in southwestern Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, 93 (2), pp 99-113.
Terry has worked with the Forest Service since 2001. He has worked as a SCEP student on the Fishlake National Forest in Utah, a district botanist on the Plumas National Forest in California, and as a forest botanist on the Hiawatha National Forest in Michigan. He has experience working on a variety of projects to include: timber management, fuels treatment, noxious weed treatment, watershed restoration, grazing management, travel management, and a variety of special use projects. Terry has experience with rare plant habitat enhancement, rare plant monitoring, rare plant surveys, noxious weed treatment, grant proposal writing, native plant restoration, and NRIS.
Terry has worked for TEAMS since October of 2008.