Who We Are

Eastern Threat Center offices are located in Asheville and Research Triangle Park, NC.


staff_resource_guide_cover.jpgView an at-a-glance staff resource guide to learn about scientists, in-house collaborators, and research support staff who deliver "Science You Can Use."

Use other links on this page to read staff members' biographies and find additional contact information.





Asheville staff

200 W.T. Weaver Blvd.
Asheville, NC 28804
(828) 257-4832
fax: (828) 257-4894

 

Danny C. Lee, Director, Center for Forest Assessment and Synthesis

Bill Hargrove, Research Ecologist and Team Leader

Michelle Baumflek, Research Biologist

Ginny Burgess, Management Analyst

Bill Christie, Biological Scientist

Steve Norman, Research Ecologist

Lars Pomara, Ecologist and Science Communication


Research Triangle Park (RTP) staff

3041 E. Cornwallis Rd.
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
(919) 549-4000
fax: (919) 549-4047


Kurt Riitters, Research Ecologist and Threat Center Director, acting

Steve McNulty, Ecologist and Team Leader, and USDA Southeast Regional Climate Hub (SERCH) Director

Aurelia Baca, SERCH Climate Specialist

Johnny Boggs, Biological Scientist

John Cobb, IT Specialist and SERCH Support Staff

Valerie Cooper, Administrative Support Assistant

Michael Gavazzi, Biological Scientist

Qinfeng Guo, Research Ecologist

Frank Koch, Research Ecologist

Erika Mack, Resource Information Specialist

Ge Sun, Research Hydrologist

Sarah Wiener, SERCH Fellow

 

North Carolina State University (NCSU) cooperators at the Center's RTP office:

Mark Ambrose, Research Assistant

Barbara Conkling, Research Assistant Professor

Jennifer Costanza, Research Assistant Professor

Fred Cubbage, Professor

Yuan Fang, PhD Student (Forestry)

Dennis Hallema, Research Assistant Professor

Kevin Potter, Research Associate Professor

 

Visiting Scientist:

Yu Zhengxiang, Northeast Forestry University

 

Northern Research Station Liaison:

Lindsey Rustad, Northern Research Station Adjunct Scientist (located in Durham, NH)

 


Meet some recent Center interns and learn about research opportunities.

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