Teskey Lab at UGA
  Teskey Lab at UGA

Tree Physiology and Forest Ecophysiology

 
 
 
 

Who We Are

 

Bob Teskey
 
Distinguished Research Professor
(Our Fearless Leader)
 
teskey@warnell.uga.edu

 

Vita

Article about Bob

 

 

 
Mary Anne McGuire
 
Assistant Research Scientist
PhD 2009
 
Carbon dioxide in xylem of trees: sources and fates.
 
mmcguire@uga.edu
 

 

 

Doug Aubrey
 
Post-Doctoral Research Associate

PhD 2011

 

Stored carbon decouples soil CO2 efflux in chronically disturbed systems.
 
Research: Root-derived CO2 transport in trees; current photosynthate and non-structural carbohydrate controls on soil CO2 efflux.

 

aubreyd@warnell.uga.edu

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Yin Jingjing
 
PhD student
 
Research: Root ecophysiology
 
yinj@warnell.uga.edu
 
 

 

 

Cody Luedtke
 
PhD student
 
Research: Tree carbon relations with an emphasis on how trees store carbon in response to combinations of water and nutrient stress, severe perturbation and CO2 fertilization.
 
luedtkec@warnell.uga.edu
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Wang Ying (Maggie)
 
PhD student
 
Research: Forest productivity modeling and ecophysiology.
 
wangy@warnell.uga.edu
 
 

 

 

   
Miles Ingwers
 
PhD student
 
 
 
ingwers1@uga.edu
 
 

 

 

 

 
ESA 2009
Tim, Sofia, Mary Anne, Bob, Doug
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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