Last update: 2013-03-15 15:09:22

Andy Reinmann

Boston University
Department of Biology
5 Cummington Mall
Boston, MA 02215
Telephone: n/a

M.S., School of Forest Resource Mangement, Department of Forest Ecosystem Science, University of Maine, 2006
B.S., Department of Environmental Studies, 2001

Professional Positions:
  • President (2012-present), Boston University Advocates for Literacy in Environmental Science, Boston University, Boston, MA
  • PhD Candidate (2008-present), Boston University, Boston, MA
  • Biologist (2006-2008), Hudsonia, Ltd., Red Hook, NY
  • M.S. student (2003-2006), University of Maine, Orono, ME
  • Research Assistant (2002), Cary Institute, Millbrook, NY
  • Research Assistant, UC Berkeley Hastings Natural History Reservation, Carmel Valley, CA

  • Research Interests and Activities:
    My research interests focus on understanding the impacts of global change on forest ecosystem processes such as carbon and nutrient cycling. I am also interested in promoting science literacy, bridging gaps between scientists and the public, and promoting a science-based approach to environmental policy and decision making.

    Distinguished Awards and Memberships:
    Best Poster Presentation Award, American Meteorological Society (2012) Emerging Public Policy Leadership Award, American Institute of Biological Sciences (2012) Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowship, US Environmental Protection Agency (2011-present) Biogeosciences Research Grant, Boston University (2011) Charles E. Schomaker Graduate Forestry Scholarship, University of Maine (2003-2004) Member, American Institute of Biological Sciences (2012-present) Member, Ecological Society of America (2009-present) Member Society of American Foresters (2003-present)

    Selected Publications:

    Reinmann, AB, Templer, PH, and Campbell JL. 2012. Severe soil frost reduces losses of carbon and nitrogen from the forest floor during simulated snowmelt: A laboratory experiment. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 44: 65-74.

    Templer, PH and Reinmann, AB. 2011. Multi-factor global change experiments: What have we learned about terrestrial carbon storage and exchange? New Phytologist 192: 797-800.

    Graduate Advisor:
    Pamela Templer

    Role at the Hubbard Brook:
    PhD Candidate

    Title at Hubbard Brook: