Biological Scientist Honored for Research Professional Support

 

Johnny Boggs is pictured with SRS Director Rob Doudrick and Forest Service Chief Tom TidwellFor 18 years, Eastern Threat Center biological scientist Johnny Boggs has worked with a research team studying the effects of global change on the hydrology, soil functions, and health of forested watersheds. He has planned field data collection outings to maximize resources and efficiency and diagnosed and repaired field equipment when unexpected problems arose, all while maintaining a 100 percent safety record. He has implemented a strategy for ensuring quality and continuity of field data collection by a variety of staff and interns and has developed databases and written software programs for managing and analyzing the large datasets they generate. He has also co-authored 17 scientific papers describing the team's body of work. These efforts are among those recognized by Southern Research Station (SRS) Director Rob Doudrick, who recently named Boggs the recipient of the 2015 SRS Director's Award for Research Professional Support. Boggs received the award during a ceremony with SRS employees and Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell in Asheville, North Carolina, on November 17. Read more in CompassLive...

Pictured: Johnny Boggs (center) accepts the 2015 SRS Director's Award for Research Professional Support from SRS Director Rob Doudrick (left) and Chief Tom Tidwell (right).

 

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