Dr. Monica G.Turner
Department of Integrative Biology
University of Wisconsin
430 Lincoln Dr.
Madison, WI 53706
Ecosystem and
Landscape Ecology Lab
 

Nathan GillNathan Gill

CV (pdf)

Position

Postdoctoral Researcher

Research Interests

Disturbance interactions, post-fire regeneration, rare plants, species introductions, dendroecology, species distribution modeling, subalpine forests, Pacific islands

Current Projects

Novel fire regimes and post-fire conifer seed dispersal in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Selected Publications

Gill, N.S., D. Jarvis, T.T. Veblen, S.T.A. Pickett, and D. Kulakowski. 2017. Is initial post-disturbance regeneration indicative of longer-term trajectories? Ecosphere 8:e01924 10.1002/ecs2.1924.

Gill, N.S., F. Sangermano, B. Buma, and D. Kulakowski. 2017. Populus tremuloides seedling establishment: an underexplored vector for forest type conversion after multiple disturbances. Forest Ecology and Management 404:156-164. DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2017.08.008

Gill, N.S. and F. Sangermano. 2016. Africanized honeybee habitat suitability: a comparison between models for southern Utah and southern California. Applied Geography 76:14-21.

Gill, N.S., D. Jarvis, J. Rogan, and D. Kulakowski. (In review). Disturbance interactions modulate community-level relationships.

Personal Interests

Running, hiking, beekeeping, camping, ultimate frisbee, college basketball, and nerdy board games.

Contact Information

Birge Hall
Madison, WI 53706
(720) 253-7296
ngill@clarku.edu
personal website: www.ngill82.wix.com/gillecology