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  • Washington, D.C. 20250-0003
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Brian Roy Lockhart standing next to a green ash tree on the Delta Experimental Forest, Washington County, Mississippi.

Brian R. Lockhart

Research Forester
P.O. Box 227
432 Stoneville Road
Stoneville
Mississippi
United States
38776-0227

Phone: 662-336-4819
Fax: 662-336-4829
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Education

  • Mississippi State University, Ph.D. ecophysiology, silviculture 1992
  • Yale University, M.F.S. silviculture 1988
  • University of Arkansas at Monticello, B.S. forestry 1986

Professional Experience

  • Research Forester, USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Center for Bottomland Hardwoods Research
    2003 - Current
  • Associate Professor, School of Renewable Natural Resources, Louisiana State University
    1999 - 2003
  • Assistant/Associate Professor, School of Forest Resources, University of Arkansas at Monticello
    1991 - 1999

Professional Organizations

  • The Forest Guild, Member (2005 - Current)
  • Arkansas Native Plant Society, Member (1995 - Current)
  • Forest History Society, Member (1995 - Current)
  • Ecological Society of America, Member (1992 - Current)
  • National Hardwood Lumber Association, Member (1991 - Current)
  • Southern Hardwood Forest Research Group, Member (1991 - Current)
  • Southern Hardwood Forestry Group, Member (1991 - Current)
  • Society of American Foresters, Member (1983 - Current)

Awards & Recognition

  • Certified Senior Ecologist, 2009
    Ecological Society of America
  • Certified Forester, 2003
    Society of American Foresters, Certification No. 2564
  • Registered Forester, 1992
    State Board of Registration for Foresters, State of Arkansas, License No. 463

Featured Publications & Products

Publications

Research Highlights

HighlightTitleYear


SRS-2017-144
New research sheds light on fate of the imperiled pondberry plant

Some consider pondberry to be the rarest shrub in the southeastern U.S. as it is found in only 36 populations distributed in six states. Forest ...

2017


Last updated on : 11/16/2018