Steve McNulty

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Steve McNulty is director of the USDA Southeast Climate Hub, as well as an ecologist with the USDA Forest Service Eastern Threat Center. Steve collaborates with eight other Hub directors and co-directors across the US. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in forestry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Ph.D. in natural resources from the University of New Hampshire-Durham. Steve has published 200+ papers and has given 500+ presentations on climate change impacts and adaptive management options across a range of ecosystems during his 25+ year career. In 2013, Steve received the Forest Service national Research and Development “Distinguished Science Award” in recognition of sustained research productivity, proactive science technology, innovative leadership, applied forest science, and long-time federal service.

Title/Position
Director
Research Ecologist
Address
3041 E. Cornwallis Rd.
RTP, NC 27709
Phone Number
919-549-4068
Affiliation
USDA Forest Service
Focus Area
Adaptive management strategies
Decision-making tools for land managers
Southeastern climate impacts on working lands and natural resources