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Personnel

Mark A. Radosevich
Professor
Soil microbiology & biochemistry

Matthew J. (Matt) Gray
Professor
Amphibians and ranaviruses

Graham J. Hickling
Associate Professor
Wildlife diseases affecting humans

David S Buckley
Professor
Forest ecology and silviculture

Kathleen E. Franzreb
Associate Professor
Upland hardwood ecology and management

Raymond C. Albright
Assistant Professor
Forest ecology

David M. Butler
Associate Professor
Organic agriculture and agroecology

Jennifer M. DeBruyn
Associate Professor
Environmental Microbiology

Sean Michael Schaeffer
Assistant Professor
Biogeochemistry

John Brian (Brian) Alford
Assistant Professor
Fishery conservation and management

Sindhu Jagadamma
Assistant Professor
Soil Management

Sarah W. Keenan
Post-Doc
Biogeochemistry, microbial ecology, paleobiology

Groups and Facilities


(2 mentions)

Avian Ecology & Conservation 
Factors that limit populations, especially for avian species in decline.



(1 mention)

Tree Physiology 
Physical environment impact on the growth and function of native tree species.



(1 mention)

Wildlife Health 
Emerging infectious diseases, including those that travel from animals to humans.


Events

Establishing A Ecology Site Understand Tick-Borne Diseases etc., 1/24/2014

 

News

Promotion and Tenure 2017, 10/16/2017

Internationalizing UTIA Efforts Through the China Scholars Program, 4/3/2017

Promotion and Tenure 2016, 9/29/2016

Video


(2 mentions)

Billy Minser Talks Fire Ecology Class 
Billy Minser talks about his fire ecology and management class while supervising his students at a controlled burn of an oak savannah in the Catoosa Wildlife Management Area



(1 mention)

Ranavirus Amphibians 
A killer virus is attacking amphibians native to the Smoky Mountains. Our researcher's are studying the impact of the virus, and looking to help the species most vulnerable.


 

Recent Publications

Northern bobwhite breeding season ecology and resource selection on a managed reclaimed surface mine in Kentucky.  Brooke, J. M., E. P. Tanner, D. C. Peters, C. A. Harper, P. D. Keyser, J. D. Clark, and J. J. Morgan.  2017.  Journal of Wildlife Management, 81:73-85.

The Sphagnome Project: enabling ecological and evolutionary insights through a genus‐level sequencing project D. Weston, P. Ranjan, et al.  2017.  New physiologist. [Abstract]

Bats roosting in buildings in Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Ecology, human dimensions, and management implications.  Fagan, K. E.  2017.  M.S. Thesis.

Avian Ecology During Oak Savanna and Woodland Restoration in the Mid-South.  Henderson, C.A.  2017.  M.S. Thesis, University of Tennessee, December, 2017, 124 pp.

Gypsy Moth in the Southeastern United States: Biology, Ecology, and Forest Management Strategies Kauffman, B.W., W. K. Clatterbuck, A. M. Liebhold, and D. R. Coyle.  2017.  Southern Regional Extension Forestry, SREF-FH-008.

Ecology and regulation of beta-lactamase genes.  Lin, J., and X. Zeng.  2017.  ASM Conference on Innovative Microbial Ecology for Mitigation of Antibiotic Resistance and Bacterial.

Aspects of the Physiological and Behavioral Defense Adaptations of the Mountain Madtom (Noturus eleutherus).  Meredith H. Harris  2017.  M.S. Thesis. [Abstract]

Foraging ecology of the tri-colored bat, Perimyotis subflavus, in middle Tennessee.  Thames, D. B., E. V. Willcox, and J. R. Campbell.  2017.  47th Annual Symposium of the North American Society of Bat Research.

River ecology mapping using geospatial sensors and video.  Ayers, P. D.  2016.  Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Ecological Engineering Society, Knoxville, TN.

Ecology and Management of Oak Woodlands and Savannahs.  Burger, G., P. D. Keyser, and A. L. Vanderyacht.  2016.  PB 1812 revised, UTIA, Extension, Knoxville, TN.

Biodegradable Plastic Agricultural Mulches: Microbial degradation and impacts on soil ecology.  DeBruyn, J. M., S. Bandopadhyay, H. Sintim, M. English, X. Wen, S. M. Schaeffer, M. Flury, and D. G. Hayes.  2016.  China-US Joint Symposium of Environmental Health and Ecological Safety, Yixin, China.

Impacts of Land Use Disturbance on Fish and Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Assemblages in the Nolichucky River Watershed Gotwald, Hayley S.  2016.  M.S. Thesis. [Abstract]