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Charles E. Flower

Research Ecologist
359 Main Road
Delaware
Ohio
United States
43015-8640

Phone: 740-368-0038
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Education

  • University of Illinois at Chicago, Ph.D. Biological Sciences NSF IGERT: Landscape, Ecological, and Anthropogeic Processes 2013
  • The Ohio State University, M.S. Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology Graduate Minor in Environment and Natural Resources (Forestry) 2007
  • Lake Forest College, B.A. Biology and History Minor: Classical Studies 2004

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Publications

Research Highlights

HighlightTitleYear


NRS-2016-152
Elm Disease Resistance Research Gets a Boost

Great news for disease-tolerant American elm! A grant from The Manton Foundation has provided the Forest Service’s Northern Research Station w ...

2016


NRS-2017-79
Forest Service moves American elm tree a big step closer to landscape restoration

Over the past several decades, mature American elm trees have virtually disappeared from city streets and eastern forests as a result of Dutch e ...

2017


NRS-2017-62
Forest Service scientists develop a cold-hardy American elm tree

Dutch elm disease largely eradicated mature elm trees from the eastern U.S. in the 1900s. Forest Service scientists are working to create site-a ...

2017


NRS-2018-106
Genetic Information on Ash Informs Treatments for Emerald Ash Borer 

Forest managers can use insecticide treatments to protect ash trees from emerald ash borer to conserve the genetic diversity of ash. But which t ...

2018


NRS-2017-63
Identification of a clover proliferation group phytoplasma as the probable cause of American elm Ttee mortality

Forest Service scientists observed premature canopy decline symptoms in elm trees within their research plantations in midsummer 2016. They attr ...

2017


NRS-2017-72
Understanding effects of emerald ash borer on forests

As the invasive emerald ash borer swept across Ohio, Forest Service researchers tracked its aftermath as killed ash trees unleashed a cascade of ...

2017


Last updated on : 07/12/2019