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James D Gregory

James D. Gregory

Professor Emeritus of Forestry
Address:
Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources
Raleigh, NC 27695


Area of Expertise: Forestry; Watershed Management

Biography

Education

B.S. North Carolina State University (1965)
M.S. North Carolina State University (1968)
Ph.D. North Carolina State University (1972)

Research Interests

Forest hydrology and soils; hydrology of wetlands; management and hydrology of forest drainage systems; management of riparian ecosystems; effects of silvicultural practices on soil and water; forestry Best Management Practices.

Courses

FOR 265 - Fire Management
FOR 401 - Forest Hydrology and Watershed Management
FOR 520 - Watershed Hydrology

Publications

Linking plant ecology and long-term hydrology to improve wetland restoration success

February 28, 2012

Caldwell, P. V., Vepraskas, M. J., Gregory, J. D., Skaggs, R. W., & Huffman, R. L. (2011). Linking plant ecology and long-term hydrology to improve wetland restoration success. Transactions of the ASABE, 54(6), 2129-2137.

Vascular flora, plant communities, and soils of a significant natural area in the middle Atlantic coastal plain (Craven County, North Carolina)

April 24, 2009

Elam, C. E., Stucky, J. M., Wentworth, T. R., & Gregory, J. D. (2009). Vascular flora, plant communities, and soils of a significant natural area in the middle Atlantic coastal plain (Craven County, North Carolina). Castanea, 74(1), 53-77.

Physical properties of natural organic soils in Carolina Bays of the southeastern United States

July 20, 2007

Caldwell, P. V., Vepraskas, M. J., & Gregory, J. D. (2007). Physical properties of natural organic soils in Carolina Bays of the southeastern United States. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 71(3), 1051-1057.

Simulating the water budgets of natural Carolina bay wetlands

January 14, 2008

Caldwell, P. V., Vepraskas, M. J., Skaggs, R. W., & Gregory, J. D. (2007). Simulating the water budgets of natural Carolina bay wetlands. Wetlands (Wilmington, N.C.), 27(4), 1112-1123.

Economic and ecological impacts of wood chip production in North Carolina: an integrated assessment and subsequent applications

February 19, 2005

Schaberg, R. H., Aruna, P. B., Cubbage, F. W., Hess, G. R., Abt, R. C., Richter, D. D., Warren, S. T., Gregory, J. D., Snider, A. G., Sherling, S., & Flournoy, W. (2005). Economic and ecological impacts of wood chip production in North Carolina: an integrated assessment and subsequent applications. Forest Policy and Economics, 7(2), 157-174.

Sampling device to extract intact cores in saturated organic soils

December 3, 2005

Caldwell, P. V., Adams, A. A., Niewoehner, C. P., Vepraskas, M. J., & Gregory, J. D. (2005). Sampling device to extract intact cores in saturated organic soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 69(6), 2071-2075.

Effects of controlled drainage on storm event hydrology in a loblolly pine plantation

April 7, 2000

Amatya, D. M., Gregory, J. D., & Skaggs, R. W. (2000). Effects of controlled drainage on storm event hydrology in a loblolly pine plantation. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 36(1), 175-190.

Seasonal sulfate deposition and export patterns for a small Appalachian watershed

March 12, 1999

Edwards, P. J., Gregory, J. D., & Allen, H. L. (1999). Seasonal sulfate deposition and export patterns for a small Appalachian watershed. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 110(1-2), 137-155.

Hydrology of a drained forested pocosin watershed

October 13, 1997

Amatya, D. M., Skaggs, R. W., Gregory, J. D., & Herrmann, R. B. (1997). Hydrology of a drained forested pocosin watershed. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 33(3), 535-546.

Evaluation of a watershed scale forest hydrologic model

July 21, 1997

Amatya, D. M., Skaggs, R. W., & Gregory, J. D. (1997). Evaluation of a watershed scale forest hydrologic model. Agricultural Water Management, 32(3), 239-258.