Filiz Guneysu Atasoy
Postdoctoral Fellow, Forest Economics
Guneysu Atasoy's research areas are climate change and renewable energy sources. She examines the demand and supply of biofuel products. She also conducts economic and econometric analyses.
Research Assistant I, Plant Pathology and Entomology
Baldwin manages the Forest Health Dynamics Laboratory and assists graduate and undergraduate students with their projects.
Advisor Natural Resources III, Asst. Director, SDFEC
Gilbert assists in all levels of forest management of the Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center, including the management of its 5,350 acres, the center's GIS system, and the facilitation of activities and instruction for user groups.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Population and Conservation Genetics
Harder is applying genomic, phenotypic, and remote sensing data to investigate the relative influences of genetics and the environment on individual fitness in a wild population of kangaroo rats.
Research Associate III, Hydrology
Isik collects, synthesizes, and analyzes environmental, meteorological, soil, and water data to test new modules of the Wetland Water Quality model (WetQual) beside maintaining the development of the WetQual.
Research Fellow IV, Ecology
Kush performs research related to forest stand dynamics, fire ecology, and restoration ecology; teaches undergraduate and graduate classes in these subject areas; and is an affiliate faculty with the Office of University Writing.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Forest Biomaterials
Gomez-Maldonado is assisting in coordinating research about interactions between bio-based polymers and water emerging contaminants and food allergens using surface sensitive techniques; as well as in the production and characterization of cellulose-based aero and hydrogels.
Research Assistant II, Wildlife Sciences
Coordinates with federal agencies regarding wild pig research. His background is in wildlife sciences and he specializes in wild pig biology and management.
Research Associate III, Wildlife Sciences
Newbolt manages research operations at the Deer Research Laboratory facility in Camp Hill, Ala., and assists graduate students with current projects. His primary research interests include ungulate reproductive ecology and wildlife census methods.
Research Assistant IV, Forestry
Payne plans and conducts field research and disseminates information related to herbicide use, weed control and other production issues in bareroot and container nurseries for the Southern Forest Nursery Management Cooperative.
Research Associate III, Climate Smart Forestry
Noah's research aims to apply traditional forestry biology and forest business principles to novel problems facing private stakeholders in the southeast. He focuses on plantation silviculture, wood-based products, and non-traditional commodities.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Forest Ecology
Yang studies the mechanisms of spread and distribution patterns of Chinese tallow invasion within the native forest ecosystems in the coastal area of the Southeastern United States and the oak decline and restoration evaluation and modeling in the hardwood forests of the Central United States.