Revilo and Nancy Wightman Pointing to ~1973 on World Population Chart
My art practice explores the transition of biophysical states that co-evolve manifestations of culture and ecosystems.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
NYSCA Community Arts Partnership Grant
NYFA Special Opportunity Stipend
Cornell Council for the Arts
Poets and Writers Stipend
My research specializes in greenhouse gas accounting and lifecycle analysis of sustainable biomass production
MS, Cornell, 2002, Environmental Toxicology
BS, Carnegie Mellon, 1994,
Cornell University, Dept of Crop and Soil Science Research funded by DoE, NYSERDA, SunGrant, USDA/CSREES
Central NY Resource Conservation and Development (CNY RC&D) USDA/NRCS non-profit. Education outreach funded by Environmental Defense and NESARE.
“Economic and environmental threats of alien plant, animal, and microbe invasions,” Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment 84(2001), pp. 1-20.