Climate Change Here and Now: Forest Ecosystem Impacts
Dr. Steve McNulty
Since 1996, Dr. Steve McNulty has been an ecologist and team leader within the USDA
Forest Service Southern Global Change Program, on the North Carolina State University
campus in Raleigh North Carolina. In addition to his science role, Dr. McNulty has
served at the Forest Service Acting Director of Environmental Science Research,
and as a US Congressional Fellow. He has a Ph.D. in Natural Resources from the University
of New Hampshire. Dr. McNulty has authored or co-authored over 150 papers in the
area of environmental stress impacts on forest ecosystems, including being the federal
chairman for the National Assessment of Climate Change Impacts on US Forests.
Vicki Arthur, U.S. Forest Service, D.C. Headquarters, Conservation Education Office
Vicki Arthur is a Conservation Education Specialist with a background in biology
and environmental education.
Vicki holds a Masters Degree in Environmental Education from Southern Oregon University
and a BS in Biology from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.
Vicki joined the Forest Service Conservation Education staff 2 years ago, from a
position as a wildlife biologist in Oregon. While working as a biologist, Vicki
developed a passion for translating science to education, which she continues to
enjoy in her new role.
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Underwritten by Sally Ride Science, and the U.S. Forest Service.