Forestry and Natural Resources
What We Do
Purdue Agriculture is known around the world for groundbreaking multidisciplinary research that addresses society’s most pressing challenges. Agricultural Research and Graduate Education connects researchers with opportunity to enable world-changing discoveries in agriculture and life sciences.
Department of Forestry and Natural Resources
715 W. State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47906
Dr. Andrew DeWoody
Dr. DeWoody's research team uses molecular techniques to study genetics/genomics, behavioral ecology, and population biology in a variety of wildlife species.
Dr. Keith E. Woeste
Dr. Woeste is a scientist in the Hardwood Tree Improvement and Regeneration Center (HTIRC) which develops genetic tools for studying forest trees to improve the sustainability, diversity, and productivity of the central hardwood forest.
Dr. Rod Williams
Dr. Williams' research team focuses on using both field and molecular tools to study the ecology of amphibians and reptiles.
Dr. Jason Hoverman
Dr. Hoverman's is broadly interested in the fields of community ecology, ecotoxicology, and disease ecology. His research groups emphasizes the interactive effects of natural and anthropogenic factors in their work. Their work is mainly conducted in wetland systems with a focus on amphibians.