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Graduate Student

Kristin Mae McElligott

(262) 388-0279

B.S. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Environmental Science; Biology (2008); M.S. University of Idaho, Forest Soil Science (2011)


Career and academic interests:

Interactions between environmental change and forest management, forest soil carbon and nutrient cycling, biogeochemistry, decomposition dynamics, and soil microbial activity.

Scientific Activities:
Memberships and Associations:
  • Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)

  • Society of American Foresters (SAF)

  • Forestry Graduate Student Association (FGSA)

Advisors* and Committee Members:
  • Dr. Brian Strahm*, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation

  • Dr. John Seiler*, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation

  • Dr. Thomas Fox, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation

  • Dr. Michael Strickland, Department of Biological Sciences

  • Dr. Chris Maier, USDA-Forest Service, Southern Research Station

Teaching Activities:
  • Teaching Assistant, Forest Ecology and Sustainability, Fall 2013

  • Teaching Assistant, Ecology of Appalachian Forests, Spring 2014

  • Teaching Assistant, Dendrology Laboratory, Fall 2014

    Kristin McElligott


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