David Mladenoff

Program / Dept 1
Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
Program / Dept 2
Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Short Research Description

"We conduct research, graduate education, and outreach, primarily in forested ecosystems. Most of our work involves investigating spatial patterns and ecological processes, often at broad scales.

Work done in our laboratory seeks to understand the basis of sustainable forest landscapes. Projects includes forest ecosystem field studies, forest landscape modeling of land use and climate change effects, GIS and remote sensing applications, analysis of the effects of forest management practices and natural disturbances on ecosystems, the influence of landscape-scale factors on wildlife populations, and effects of land use and historical factors on current landscape patterns and ecosystem processes."

Membership in other UW Grad Training Programs
Forest & Wildlife Ecology
Undergrad Major:
Forest Ecology
Grad Major:
Forest Ecology