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Previous research experience in association with the Organization for Tropical Studies, the School for Field StudiesYale School of Forestry & Environmental StudiesUniversity of GeorgiaUniversity of Idaho, and Georgia State University

Publications:
Hawthorne, T. L., V. Elmore, A. Strong, P. Bennett-Martin, J. Finnie, J. Parkman, T. Harris, J. Singh, L. Edwards, and J. Reed. (2015). Mapping non-native invasive species and accessibility in an urban forest: A case study of participatory mapping and citizen science in Atlanta, Georgia. Applied Geography. 56, 187-198.

Presentations: 
2013 “Collaborating across Universities to Increase Learning and Wastewater Capacity.” Water Education Summit, Chattanooga, TN. 

2013 “Weed Management from Present to Future: Assessing Producer and Crop Advisor Decision-making Strategies.” Pacific Northwest Climate Science Conference, Portland, OR. 

2013 “Developing a Participatory GIS Methodology for Mapping Elements of Urban Greenspace.” Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. 

Editorial Contributions:
Provided comments on book chapter: Avalos, Gerardo. "How Do Forests Work? Primary Production, Energy and Forest Growth." The Paradigm of Forests and the Survival of the FittestEd. Sergio A. Molina-Morillo, Ed. Carlos Rojas Alvarado. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2015. 

Research Contributions:
Contributing researcher: University of Georgia River Basin Center Environmental Practicum report "Sewanee Utility District Constructed Wetlands Pilot Project: A Laboratory for Applied Ecological Research."

Contributing researcher: Bernacchi, L.A. and J.D. Wulfhorst. (2017). Crop Consultants as "Climate Consultants": An Extension Opportunity for Climate Change Communication. Journal of Extension. 55:1.