Mark S. Ashton

Morris K. Jesup Professor of Silviculture and Forest Ecology and Director of School Forests

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Tel: 203-432-9835

Faculty Support

Timothy De Cerbo
203-436-4421
timothy.decerbo@yale.edu
Frank Cervo
203-432-5134
frank.cervo@yale.edu

Office
Room 22
Marsh Hall
360 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT

Education & Curriculum Vitae

B.S., University of Maine, College of Forest Resources
M.F., Ph.D., Yale University

Curriculum Vitae

 

About

Professor Ashton conducts research on the biological and physical processes governing the regeneration of natural forests and on the creation of their agroforestry analogs. In particular, he seeks a better understanding of regeneration establishment among assemblages of closely related trees. His long-term research concentrates on tropical and temperate forests of the Asian and American realms. The results of his research have been applied to the development and testing of silvicultural techniques for restoration of degraded lands and for the management of natural forests for a variety of timber and nontimber products.

 

Courses

Course Fall 2019 Spring 2020 Fall 2020 Spring 2021
659
The Practice of Silviculture: Principles in Applied Forest Ecology (Friday field trips)
Ashton
M,W - 8:30-10:20
Ashton
TBA - TBA
668
Field Trips in Forest Resource Management and Silviculture
Ashton
TBA - TBA
Ashton
TBA - TBA
674
    Ashton
TBA - TBA
683
Seminar in Tropical Forest Restoration in Human Dominated Landscapes
Ashton
M,W - 1:00-2:20
   
954
Management Plans for Protected Areas (includes Friday and Saturday Field trips)
Ashton
M,W - 1:00-2:20
   
955
Seminar in Research Analysis, Writing and Communication in Forest Ecology
Ashton
W - 4:30-6:00
Ashton
W - 4:30-6:00
Ashton
TBA - TBA
Ashton
TBA - TBA
957
    Ashton
M,W - 1:00-2:20