- Monday: 5-6
- Tuesday: 9-11
- Wednesday: 1-12
- Thursday: 9-11
- And by appointment
Ph.D., West Virginia University M.A., West Chester University B.S., The Pennsylvania State University
Saladyga, T., A.E. Hessl, N. Pederson, and B. Nachin. Accepted. Privatization, drought, and fire exclusion in the Tuul River watershed, Mongolia. Ecosystems.
Pederson, N., C. Leland, B. Nachin, A.E. Hessl, A.R. Bell, D. Martin-Benito, T. Saladyga, B. Suran, P.M. Brown, and N.K. Davi. 2012. Three centuries of shifting hydroclimatic regimes across the Mongolian breadbasket. Agriculture and Forest Meteorology. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168192312002377
Hessl, A.E., P. Brown, U. Ariya, O. Byambasuren, T. Green, G. Jacoby, E. Kennedy-Sutherland, B. Nachin, R. Maxwell, N. Pederson, L. De Grandpré, T. Saladyga, and J. C. Tardif. 2011. Reconstructing fire history in central Mongolia from tree-rings. International Journal of Wildland Fire. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/WF10108
Hessl, A.E., T. Saladyga, T. Schuler, P. Clark, and J. Wixom. 2011. Fire history from three species on a Central Appalachian ridge top. Canadian Journal of Forestry. 41: 2031-2039. http://www.nrcresearchpress.com/doi/abs/10.1139/x11-125
Saladyga, T. 2011. Land use and climate impacts on fire regimes and forest regeneration in the upper Tuul River watershed, Mongolia. Doctoral Dissertation, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia. Dr. Amy Hessl, advisor.
Saladyga, T. 2006. Native understory and invasive plant response to fire in a mixed-hardwood forest, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Master’s Thesis, West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania. Dr. Joan M. Welch, advisor.