Biography of Johnny Boggs

johnnyboggs612.jpgJohnny Boggs is a biological scientist with the Eastern Threat Center. His current research includes investigating the impacts of nitrogen deposition on nutrient cycling and forest productivity in eastern U.S. forests and the effectiveness of stream management zones on water quality protection in the piedmont of North Carolina. He is also collaborating with other research scientists to understand the effects of forest management and climate on carbon sequestration. Additionally, Johnny performs outreach services to increase the number of minorities employed by the USDA Forest Service. He received both his B.S. in environment science (1996) and M.S. in plant and soil science (1998) from Alabama A&M University.


Learn more about Johnny Boggs' work:

Effects of prescribed burning on stream water quantity, quality, and fuel loads in a small Piedmont watershed in North Carolina

Effects of species conversion on transpiration and streamflow in the Piedmont of North Carolina

Nitrogen fertilization impacts on high elevation spruce forests, Mount Ascutney, VT

Variability in tree transpiration across buffer and upland zones in a small headwater catchment

Yellow birch and acid deposition in the Southern Appalachians


View Johnny Boggs' Eastern Threat Center publications.


Contact Johnny Boggs at jboggs@fs.fed.us or 919-549-4060.

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