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Conrad Blunck
Biology, Geology and Environmental Science
B.S. Biology, Minor English Literature; Birmingham-Southern College, 2011
  nll185@mocs.utc.edu
  210 Holt

Degree Tract: Thesis

Advisor: Dr. Hill Craddock

Research Interests: Most research concerning chestnuts in the USA are focused on American chestnut restoration. My interests include the use of hypovirulence as a practical biocontrol both in forest settings and in orchards, along with best practices for farmers wishing to integrate livestock into an orchard setting, otherwise known as silvopasture.

Presentations: Blunck, C., and R.S. Duncan. 2011. Slope-Dependent Tree Distribution and Mortality in a Montane Longleaf Pine Ecosystem. Oak Mountain State Park, Alabama. Association of Southeastern Biologists 72nd Annual Meeting. U.A. Huntsville, Huntsville, AL.

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