Water, Soils and Environmental Systems
Contact Lori Sutter
I am broadly interested in the effects of climate change and other stressors on wetland ecology. My research emphasizes the response of tidal marshes to climate change, especially sea-level rise and salt-water intrusion through field measurements, greenhouse experiments, and outdoor laboratory and field manipulations. My overall goal is to better understand the complex feedbacks between plants, animals, and changing physical environments that will ultimately determine marsh resilience to climate change.
Contact Dr. Susan Wilde
August 2016 to present Associate Professor, University of Georgia
May 2008 to present: Assistant Professor, University of Georgia
2005- 2008: Joint Position: Research Assistant Professor, USC, Baruch Institute and Assistant Marine Scientist, SCDNR, MRRI, Charleston, SC
2001-2005: Research Assistant Professor, USC, Baruch Institute, Charleston, SC
2000-2001: Assistant Marine Scientist, SCDNR, MRRI, Charleston, SC
1998-2000: Postdoctoral Associate, Microbiology and Immunology, MUSC
Contact Todd C Rasmussen
Contact Dr. Daniel Markewitz
Contact Dr. Elizabeth G. King
Contact Dr. Michael Kane
Manager of Silviculture Research and Technology Transfer, International Paper, 1999 to 2006.
Plantation Nutrition Project Leader, Union Camp Corporation, 1996 to 1999
Tropical Forestry Consultant, Zobel Forestry Associates, 1992 to 1995.
Silviculture Research Forester/Manager, Pizano, SA (Colombia) and Smurfit (Colombia and Venezuela), 1982 to 1992
Contact Dr. C. Rhett Jackson
I conduct trans-disciplinary investigations of water quality issues in collaboration with faculty from Crop and Soil Sciences, Ecology, Engineering, Entomology, Geography, Geology, Marine Sciences, and other programs. Investigators of water resource issues at the University of Georgia are broadly distributed across schools and disciplines. I am a member of IRIS - Institute for Resilient Infrastructure Studies and the RBC - Riber Basin Center. For more information on water programs at UGA, see the link below.