Franklin Lab Students
Meet some of the past and present students from my lab.
Randi Lupardus - PhD now a post doc in Canada; Randi examined the volatile organic compounds around fracking well sites and also their impacts on plant communities
Daniel Beverly - MS now persuing a PhD; Dna studied the CO2 flux in various silviculture treaments folowing bark beetles
Mario Bretfeld - PhD currently a Post Doc - Mario studied various aspects of aspen ecology
Courtney Rayle - MS and went on to MS in Chemical Education; Courtney studied the relationship between bamboo and fire in the mountains of China using phytoliths and charcoal from soil cores
Michael Schiebout - PhD currently a professor at Union University in Jackson, TN; Michael studied short grass steppe restoration and grazing impacts
James Moore - PhD currently the Chair of Biology at Christian Brothers University in Memphis, TN; James studied community dynamics in relation to flooding on Mississippi River Islands.
Margaret Cirtain - PhD currently the laboratory coordinator at South Carolina University; Margaret studied the ecology of canebrakes and propagation techniques to restore canebrakes
Gwen Scheider - Current MS student studying sagebrush restoration success