Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1998
Research Interests: I am a plant ecologist who studies questions at the intersection of community and ecosystem ecology. I have investigated how species traits can be used to predict the outcomes of competitive interactions, how plant community composition interacts with ecosystem processes and how ecological knowledge and theory can inform restoration practices.
- Corbin, J.D. and K. Holl. 2012. Applied nucleation as a forest restoration strategy. Forest Ecology and Management. 265: 37-46.
- Corbin, J.D. and M.E. Katz. 2012. Effective strategies to counter campus presentations on climate denial. EOS 93: 252-3.
- Corbin, J.D. and C.M. D'Antonio. 2012. Gone but not forgotten? Invasive plants' legacies on community and ecosystem properties. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 5: 117-124.
Courses: Heredity, Evolution and Ecology (BIO 110), Introduction to Environmental Studies (ENS 100) and Plant Ecology (BIO 324)
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