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Forestry, Wildlife appoints professor of forest ecology

Spectrum Volume 17 Issue 20 - February 16, 1995

Virginia Tech's College of Forestry and Wildlife Resources has appointed Paul P. Mou as assistant professor of forest ecology.

Mou comes to the college's Department of Forestry from the School of Forestry at Auburn University, where he had been a postdoctoral fellow since 1991.

He holds a Ph.D. degree from Cornell University, 1991; an M.S. from the University of Idaho, 1985; and a B.S. from Northeastern Forestry University in Harbin, China, 1982. His teaching and research interests are in forest-community ecology, ecosystem ecology, landscape ecology, vegetation modeling, and root ecology.

Mou has had systematic training in remote sensing. He can interpret satellite images and aerial photos and apply the information to forestry and environmental studies.