Scientists & Staff

David Hollinger

Plant Physiologist and Project Leader
271 Mast Road
Durham, NH, 03824
Phone: 603-868-7673

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Current Research

Studies of forest-atmosphere carbon dioxide and water vapor exchange in Howland, Maine.

Research Interests

Ecosystem metabolism, forest CO2 exchange, tree canopy structure, tree physiology.

Featured Publications & Products

Publications & Products

Research Datasets

  • Cole, Jason A.; Gavazzi, Michael J.; Birdsey, Richard A.; Pan, Yude; Wayson, Craig A.; McCullough, Kevin; Hoover, Coeli M.; Hollinger, David Y.; Bradford, John B.; Ryan, Michael G.; Kolka, Randall K.; Weishampel, Peter; Clark, Kenneth L.; Skowronski, Nicholas S.; Hom, John; Ollinger, Scott V.; McNulty, Steven G.; Johnson, Kristofer D. 2015. North American Carbon Program biometric database (2nd Edition). Fort Collins, CO: Forest Service Research Data Archive. https://doi.org/10.2737/RDS-2013-0008-2.

National Research Highlights

Fourth generation farmer Chris Pawelski’s onion fields were destroyed by flooding from Hurricane Irene in 2011. USDA

Northeast Climate Vulnerabilities

Year: 2015

The USDA Northeast Regional Climate Hub is working to help farmers and forest land owners adapt to a changing climate. Forest Service scientists involved in the climate hub published an assessment of the climate vulnerabilities of forests, crops, and animals in the northeastern United States.

Last modified: Monday, March 10, 2014