J. Morgan Grove

Research Forester, United States Forest Service

Morgan Grove has worked for the U.S. Forest Service's Northeastern Research Station since 1996 as a Research Forester in Burlington, Vt., Durham, N.H., and Baltimore, Md. He is a Principal Investigator in the National Science Foundation, Long Term Ecological Research Program's Baltimore Ecosystem Study (particularly as the co-team leader of the demographic and socioeconomic working group) and a developer of the NED set of decision-support tools for forest and landscape management. His research activities focus on human ecosystem and landscape studies of forested areas, participatory action research approaches, and the development of technology transfer tools. He has a B.A. in Architecture and Environmental Studies from Yale College, a M.F.S. in Community Forestry from Yale University, and a Ph.D. in Social Ecology from Yale University. Grove received the Chief's Early Career Scientist Award in the Spring of 2001 and the Presiden's Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers in the Fall of 2001.

Experience

  • –present
    Research Forester, United States Forest Service