Natalie Cleavitt

Cornell University
Hubbard Brook Role: 
Research Interests: 

Northern Hardwood Forest tree seedling ecology, Bryology, Macro-lichens, Round-leaved orchid demography, Ongoing, long-term vegetation related measurements.

Cleavitt, NL. 2015. Seeking the Wolf Tree. Illustrated by Marjorie Leggitt.  Taylor Trade Publishing. 32 pp. This book is designed for use in 5th grade science and is fully aligned with national and New Hampshire core curriculum guidelines.  Please also refer to lessons that accompany the book online:

Hubbard Brook Publications by this Author

Clark, James S, Robert Andrus, Melaine Aubry-Kientz, Yves Bergeron, Michal Bogdziewicz, Don C Bragg, Dale Brockway, Natalie L Cleavitt, Susan Cohen, Benoit Courbaud, Robert Daley, Adrian J Das, Michael Dietze, Timothy J Fahey, Istem Fer, Jerry F Franklin, Catherine A Gehring, Gregory S Gilbert, Cathryn H Greenberg, Qinfeng Guo, Janneke HilleRisLambers, Ines Ibanez, Jill Johnstone, Christopher L Kilner, Johannes Knops, Walter D Koenig, Georges Kunstler, Jalene M LaMontagne, Kristin L Legg, Jordan Luongo, James A Lutz, Diana Macias, Eliot JB McIntire, Yassine Messaoud, Christopher M Moore, Emily Moran, Jonathan A Myers, Orrin B Myers, Chase Nunez, Robert Parmenter, Sam Pearse, Scott Pearson, Renata Poulton-Kamakura, Ethan Ready, Miranda D Redmond, Chantal D Reid, Kyle C Rodman, Lane C. Scher, William H Schlesinger, Amanda M Schwantes, Erin Shanahan, Shubhi Sharma, Michael A Steele, Nathan L Stephenson, Samantha Sutton, Jennifer J Swenson, Margaret Swift, Thomas T Veblen, Amy V Whipple, Thomas G Whitham, Andreas P Wion, Kai Zhu, and Roman Zlotin. 2021. Continent-Wide Tree Fecundity Driven By Indirect Climate Effects. Nature Communications 12(1): 1242.