Several ongoing studies directly valuable for pest-monitoring and management across TN landscapes, nurseries and forests.
A field research facility for developing dynamic carbon and nitrogen partitioning representations for global models and applications.
The second field research study for developing dynamic carbon and nitrogen partitioning representations for global models and applications.
Simulating field conditions to evaluate urban pest ant management strategies.
The Arboretum is one of the University's test locations for switchgrass disease.
Weather-related damage rehabilitation, revegetation, and tree growth study.
The Forest Resources Center hosts a weather measurements and recording station for the Oak Ridge Office of the NOAA - Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Division.
Dr. Todd Freeberg, University of Tennessee Department of Psychology, studies bird vocal signals.
A completed project that demonstrated good urban forestry practices.