Affiliated Researchers: Pine

Affiliates are Penn Staters who have a connection to or an interest in the work of the Institutes of Energy and the Environment.

Displaying 12 search result(s) for Pine.

Jill Hamilton


Associate Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management
Top research keywords: Picea, Hybrid Zone, Pinus Torreyana, Picea Glauca, Genomics

Laura Leites


Associate Research Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management
Top research keywords: Climate, Pseudotsuga Menziesii, Oak, Quercus, Pinus Ponderosa

Margot Kaye


Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management
Top research keywords: Fire History, Deciduous Forests, Pinus Ponderosa, Climate, Pine

Erica Smithwick


Professor, Geography
Top research keywords: Ecosystems, Pinus Contorta Var. Latifolia, Nitrogen, Pine, Carbon Sinks

Melissa Kreye


Assistant Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management
Top research keywords: Private Forest, Private Land, Private Forestry, Private Lands, Landowner

Jesse Kreye


Assistant Research Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management
Top research keywords: Fire Behavior, Flammability, Litter, Forest Litter, Fuels (fire Ecology)

Mary Ann Bruns


Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management
Top research keywords: Soil, Manure, Dairy Manure, Odorants, Bacterium

Hilal Ezgi Toraman


Assistant Professor, John and Willie Leone Department of Energy & Mineral Engineering (EME)
Top research keywords: Pyrolysis, Xylans, Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography, Bio-Oil, Lignin

Eric Zenner


Associate Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management
Top research keywords: Man-made Trails, Overstory, Traffic, Harvest, Regeneration

Jason Kaye


Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management
Top research keywords: Cover Crops, Soil, Cover Crop, Nitrogen, Pinus Ponderosa

Alan Taylor


Professor, Geography
Top research keywords: Fire Regime, Fire Severity, Coniferous Forests, Cascade Mountain Region, Mixed Forests

Stephen Chmely


Assistant Professor, Agricultural & Biological Engineering
Top research keywords: Lignin, Catalysts, Biomass, Stereolithography, Ligands