Natalie S. van Doorn

University of California at Berkeley
130 Mulford Hall #3114
Berkeley, CA 94720
 
Telephone: n/a


Education:
M.S., University of California at Berkeley, Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, 2007
B.S., University of California at Berkeley, Natural Resource Management, 2004

Professional Positions:
  • Graduate student instructor, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
  • Graduate student researcher, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA

  • Research Interests and Activities:
    neighborhood dynamics, tree demography, forest biomass, community dynamics

    Distinguished Awards and Memberships:
    Baker-Bidwell Forestry Endowment Fund (Fall 2011) ; Edward A. Colman Fellowship in Watershed Management (Spring 2009) ; Carolyn Meek Memorial Scholarship (Fall 2008) ; Show/Kotok Memorial Fund for academic excellence (May 2004)

    Selected Publications:

    van Doorn, N.S., J.J. Battles, T.G. Siccama, P. Schwarz, T.J. Fahey. 2011. Links between biomass and tree demography in a northern hardwood forest: A decade of stability and change in Hubbard Brook Valley, New Hampshire. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41: 1369-1379.

    Solomonoff, N. 2007. Forest biomass and tree demography in a northern hardwood forest: A decade of stability and change in Hubbard Brook Valley. Master\\\'s Thesis, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California at Berkeley.

    Fonti, P., Solomonoff, N.; García-González, I. 2007. Earlywood vessels size of Castanea sativa records temperature before their formation. New Phytologist 173: 562-570.

    Solomonoff, N. 2005. Creation and evaluation of a master chronology for Abies concolor in Sequoia National Park. Berkeley Scientific Journal. Volume 9, Issue 1: 39-42 (Spring 2005).


    Co-Authors and Collaborators:
    John Battles, Tim Fahey, Tom Siccama, Paul Schwarz, Patrick Fonti, Ignacia García-González

    Graduate Advisor:
    John Battles

    Role at the Hubbard Brook:
    Researcher

    Title at Hubbard Brook:
    PhD Candidate