The Team

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< Chris Gough (I'm the one in the glasses.)

Faculty member in Biology since 2008 and grateful for the incredible group of student and postdoc collaborators below. [CV]

Virginia Commonwe
alth University
Department of Biology
Box 842012
1000 W. Cary Street
Richmond, VA 23284-2012

Phone:
804-827-8596
Email:
cmgough@vcu.edu


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Jeff Atkins, post-doc on the NSF EAGER project >

Project focus: Is canopy structural complexity a global predictor of primary production?: Using NEON to transform understanding of forest structure-function




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< Lisa Turner, VCU ENVS M.S. student, ILS Ph.D. student starting Fall 2017

Thesis Title: Beyond the threshold: Why are ecosystems vulnerable to disturbance?

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Ben Sagara, Biology M.S. student >

Thesis Title: Landscapes as mosaics of disturbance: How do site quality, community composition, and structure affect growth recovery?


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< Ellen Goodrich-Stuart, VCU Biology M.S., 2014, current VCU ILS Ph.D. student

Dissertation Title: Carbon cycling in restored and old-growth wetlands


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Shea Wales, 2016 REU extraordinaire and soon-to-be VCU Biology M.S. student, Fall 2017 >

Thesis Title: Something really awesome, probably related to carbon cycling in forests. Stay tuned!


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<Carina Tatelman, VCU Biology B.S. student and field tech

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SOME FORMER LAB MEMBERS

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Cynthia Scheuermann
, Biology M.S. 2016 >

Thesis Title: Drivers of forest net primary production over decadal to century timescales



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< Ben Crumine, ENVS B.S. student, 2016

MacGyver-like field tech at the Rice Rivers Center and University of Michigan Biological Station

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Amy Schmid, Biology M.S., 2015 >

Thesis Title: Tipping the carbon balance?: Coarse woody debris respiration following moderate forest disturbance



Chris Gough 2017, Updated July 19, 2017 | cmgough@vcu.edu