The Center for Forested Wetlands Research is an interdisciplinary unit whose program is designed to develop, quantify and synthesize ecological information needed to sustainably manage and restore the structure, function and productivity of wetland-dominated forested landscapes. The Center is an integral component of the Forest Watershed Science Unit (RWU-4353) within the Southern Research Station’s Watershed Science Program.
The Center's work is conducted under the basic tenets of forest sustainability, and is intended to provide the data and tools necessary for managing forested wetland landscapes to sustain ecosystem functions, goods, and services for future generations. Specific applications are focused on issues associated with climate change, carbon cycling, bioenergy and landscape functions. The relevance of the research is regional, national, and international, although it is derived primarily from work in the Atlantic Coastal Plain of the southeastern United States.
- Coastal forests and groundwater: Using case studies to understand the effects of drivers and stressors for resource management
Callahan, Timothy; Amatya, Devendra; Stone, Peter
- Water quality effects of switchgrass intercropping on pine forest in Coastal North Carolina.
Muwamba, Augustine; Amatya, Devendra; Chescheir, George M; Nettles, Jamie; Appelboom, Timothy; Ssegane, Herbert; Tollner, Ernest; Youssef, Mohamed; Birgand, Francois; Skaggs, R. Wayne; Tian, Shiying
- Loblolly pine ( Pinus taeda L.) productivity 23 years after wet site harvesting and site preparation in the lower Atlantic Coastal Plain
Neaves, Charles M.; Aust, W. Michael; Bolding, M. Chad; Barrett, Scott M.; Trettin, Carl C.; Vance, Eric
- Water Quality Response to Forest Biomass Utilization
Rau, Benjamin; Muwamba, Augustine; Trettin, Carl; Panda, Sudhanshu; Amatya, Devendra; Tollner, Ernest
- Mangrove expansion into salt marshes alters associated faunal communities
Smee, Delbert L.; Sanchez, James A.; Diskin, Meredith; Trettin, Carl