EMMA L. WITT
Doctoral Student - Forest Hydrology
Department of Forestry
218 T. P. Cooper Bldg.
Lexington KY 40546-0073
BS, University of Kentucky, 2004 (Natural Resource Conservation and Management)
MS, University of Minnesota, 2007 (Soil Science)
Geochemical fate and transport in forested watersheds, forest microclimate dynamics
My dissertation research focuses on evaluating the effectiveness of streamside management zones after forest harvesting in Appalachian watersheds.
Biking, gardening, fishing, and hanging out with my dog.
Witt, E. L., R. K. Kolka, E. A. Nater, and T. R. Wickman. 2009. Influence of the forest canopy on total and methyl mercury deposition in the boreal forest. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 199(1-4) 3-11.
Witt, E. L., R. K. Kolka, E.A. Nater, and T.R. Wickman. 2009. Forest fire effects on mercury deposition in the boreal forest. Environmental Science and Technology 43(6) 1776-1782.