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Department of Botany

College of Arts and Sciences

William A. Reiners

Professor Emeritus

Specialization: Ecosystem Ecology

Office: Aven Nelson, 130
Phone: 307-766-2235
E-mail:
reiners@uwyo.edu
Dr. Reiners is no longer taking on Graduate Students

Education

B.A. 1959 Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois
M.S. 1962 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Ph.D. 1964 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ;
   Advisor Prof. Murray F. Buell 

Courses

Field Ecology (LIFE 3410)
Writing in Biological Sciences (BOT 4100)
Special Topics in Ecology (BOT 5790

Research Emphasis

Biogeochemistry
Ecosystem dynamics in space and time
Philosophical issues in ecology

Current Research Projects

Successional development of a clear-cut watershed (Hubbard Brook, NH) over the last 31 years.
Ecology of the Laramie Basin
Survey of personal and professional positions of ecologists on values and objectivity

Selected Publications

Ogle, S. M., D.S. Ojima and W. A. Reiners. 2004. Modeling the impact of exotic annual brome grasses on soil organic carbon storage in a northern mixed grass prairie. Biological Invasions 6: 365-377.

Driese, K.L., W.A. Reiners, G.M. Lovett and S.M. Simkin. 2004. A vegetation map for the Catskill Park, NY, derived from multitemporal Landsat imagery and GIS data. Northeast Naturalist 11(4):4421-4442. 

Reiners, W.A. and K.L. Driese. 2004. Transport processes in nature. Propagation of ecological influences through environmental space.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. 302 p.

Reiners, W.A. 2005. Reciprocal cause and effect between environmental heterogeneity and transport processes.  pp. 67-89, In Lovett, G. M., C.G. Jones, M.G. Turner and K.C. Weathers. Ecosystem function in heterogeneous landscapes. Springer-Verlag, NY.

Hiemstra, C.A., G.E. Liston and W.A. Reiners. 2006. Observing, modeling and validating model snow redistribution by wind in a Wyoming upper treeline landscape. Ecological Modelling 197:35-51.

Laursen, S. C., W. A. Reiners, R. D. Kelly, and K. G. Gerow.  2007.  Pollen dispersal by Artemisia tridentata (Asteraceae).  International Journal of Biometeorology 51(6): 465-481.

Prager, S.D. and W.A. Reiners. 2008. Topology. Historical and emerging practices in ecological topology. Ecological Complexity 6:160-171.

Reiners, W.A. and J.A. Lockwood. 2009. Philosophical foundations for the practices of ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

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