Last update: 2013-05-22 19:07:25


Tom G. Siccama

Yale Forestry School
Greeley Lab
370 Prospect St.
New Haven, CT
06512
 
Telephone: 203-432-5151
FAX: 203-432-3929


Education:
PhD, University of Vermont, Botany,1968
MS, University of Vermont, Botany,1962
BS, University of Vermont, Botany,1961

Professional Positions:
  • Prof. Emeritus in the practice of forest ecology, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, Ct

  • Research Interests and Activities:
    Long term forest population monitering Long term forest biommas monitering Long term forest floor mass and chemistry

    Selected Publications:

    Siccama, T.G., T.J. Fahey, C.E.Johnson, T.W.Sherry, E.D.Denny,E.B.Girdler, G.E.Likens and P.A.Schwarz. (20o7?). Population and biomass dynamics of trees in a northern hardwood forest at Hubbard Brook, In Press -Canadian J. of Forest Research.

    Juice, S.M., T.J.Fahey, T.G.Siccama ,C.T. Driscoll, E.G.Denny,C.Eagar, N.L. Clevett, K.Minocha and A.D. Richardson.2006. Response of Sugar maple to calcium addition to a northern hardwood forest. Ecology 87:1267-1280.

    Fahey, T.J., T.G.Siccama, C.T.Drisocll, G.E. Likens, J. Campbell, C.E.Johnson, J. Cole, M.C.Fisk, P.M.Groffman, R.T Holmes, P.A. Schwarz and R.D Yanai. 2005. The biogeochemisty of carbon at Hubbard Brook. Biogeochemistry 75:109-176.

    Andrews, J.A.,and T.G.Siccama. 1995. Retranslocation of calcium and magnesium at the heartwood-sapwood boundary of Atlantic White Cedar. Ecology 76:659-666.

    Richardson, A.D. E.G.Denny, T.G.Siccama amd Xuhui Lee. 2003. Evidence for a risong cloud ceiling in eastern North America. J.of Climate. 16: 2093-2098.

    Marsh, A.S. and T.G.Siccama 1997. Use of formerly plowed land in New England to monitor the vertical distribution of lead, zinc and copper. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 95: 75-95.


    Co-Authors and Collaborators:
    Fahey, Bormann, Battles, Driscoll, Likens, Yanai, Hamburg,Johnson,Friedland,

    Graduate Advisor:
    Vogelmann

    Role at the Hubbard Brook:
    Research Scientist

    Title at Hubbard Brook: