Assistant Professor of Forest Landsape
Warnell School of Forest Resources
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
- Ph.D., 1999. Oregon
State University, Corvallis.
- M.S., 1995. University
of Washington, Seattle.
- B.S., 1990. University
of Virginia, Charlottesville.
Landscape ecology; forest dynamics; simulation
modeling; forest management.
Current Research Projects:
- Wimberly, M. C.,
and T. A. Spies. In press. Influences of environment
and disturbance on forest patterns in coastal Oregon watersheds.
- Wimberly, M. C.,
T. A. Spies, C. J. Long, and C. Whitlock. 2000. Simulating
Historical Variability in the Amount of Old Forests in the
Oregon Coast Range. Conservation Biology 14: 167-180.
- Wimberly, M.C.,
and B.B. Bare, 1996. Distance-dependent and distance-independent
models of Douglas-fir and western hemlock basal area growth
following silvicultural treatment. Forest Ecology and
Management 89: 1-11.
- Examining current
forest patterns in the context of historical dynamics: An
example from the Pacific Northwest. Ecological Society of
America Meeting. Snowbird, UT. August 6-10, 2000.
- Simulating historical
landscape patterns in the Oregon Coast Range. International
Association for Landscape Ecology, United States Regional
Association Meeting. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. April 15-19, 2000.
- Characterizing historical
dynamics of forest landscapes. Department of Forest Science
Seminar Series, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
March 2, 2000.
- Simulating the spatial
and temporal dynamics of a late-successional, fire-sensitive
tree species. International Association for Landscape Ecology,
World Congress. Snowmass, CO. July 29-August 3, 1999.
- Riparian and hillslope
vegetation patterns in a coastal Oregon wilderness. Northwest
Scientific Association Meeting, Tacoma, WA. March 24-27,
- Predicting landscape
patterns of forest succession. Ecological Society of America
Meeting. Baltimore, MD. August 2-6, 1998.
- Simulating historic
variability in the amount of old growth in a Pacific Northwest
landscape. International Association for Landscape Ecology,
United States Regional Association Meeting. East Lansing,
MI. March 17-21, 1998.