Faculty ProfilesDaniel L. Kelting
Executive Director and Associate Professor
Specialization: Forest Soils; Nutrient Cycling; Watershed Management; Aquatic Plant Management
Year joined Paul Smith's: 2003
Division: Forestry, Natural Resources, and Recreation
Biology & Environmental Science
Fisheries and Wildlife Science
Natural Resources Management and Policy
Interests & Activities: Nutrient cycling in forest ecosystems; Watershed assessment and planning; Aquatic plant monitoring and management
|1999||Ph.D.||Virginia Tech||Forest Soils|
|1996||M.S.||Virginia Tech||Forest Science|
|1990||B.S.||SUNY ESF||Forest Resource Management|
|1987||A.A.S.||NYS Ranger School||Forest Technology|
FOR 330 Forest Soils
NRS 340 Watershed Management
|2006||Flores, F.J., H.L. Allen, H. Cheshire, J.M. Davis, M. Fuentes, and D.L. Kelting |
Using Landsat 7 ETM + data to estimate leaf area and response to silvicultural treatments. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 36:1587-1596.
|2006||Leggett, Z.H., and D.L. Kelting|
Fertilization Effects on Carbon Pools in Loblolly Pine Plantations on Two Upland Sites. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 70:279-286.
|2006||Carlson, C.A., T.R. Fox, S.R. Colbert, D.L. Kelting, H.L. Allen, and T.J. Albaugh|
Growth and survival of Pinus taeda in response to surface and subsurface tillage in the southeastern United States. Forest Ecology and Management. 234:209-217.
|2005||Rubilar, R.A., H.L. Allen, and D.L. Kelting|
Comparison of biomass and nutrient content equations for successive rotations of loblolly pine plantations on an Upper Coastal Plain site. Biomass and Bioenergy 28:548-564.
|2005||Choi, W.J., S.X. Chang, H.L Allen, D.L. Kelting, and H.M. Ro|
Irrigation and fertilization effects on foliar and soil carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios in a loblolly pine stand. Forest Ecology and Management. 213:90-101.
|2004||Gurlevik, N., D.L. Kelting, and H.L. Allen|
Nitrogen mineralization following vegetation control and fertilization in a mid-rotation loblolly pine plantation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 68:272-281.
|2003||Gurlevik, N., D.L. Kelting, and H.L. Allen|
Nutrient release from decomposing pine needles in a mid-rotation loblolly pine plantation. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33:2491-2502.
|2001||Allen, H.L., D.L. Kelting, and T.J. Albaugh|
Nutrient management concepts and practices in southern pine plantations. p. 27-31. In: C. Bramsey (ed.), Enhanced Forest Management: Fertilization and Economics. Clear Lake Ltd., Edmonton, Canada. 169pp.
|2000||Kelting, D.L., J.A. Burger, and S.C. Patterson|
Early loblolly pine growth response to changes in the soil environment. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 30:206-224
|1999||Burger, J.A., and D.L. Kelting|
Using soil quality indicators for assessing sustainable forest management. Forest Ecology and Management 122:155-166
|1999||Kelting, D.L., J.A. Burger, S.C. Patterson, W.M. Aust, M. Miwa, and S.C. Trettin|
Soil quality indicators to assess sustainable forest management – a southern pine example. Forest Ecology and Management 122:167-185.
|1998||Kelting, D.L., J.A. Burger, and G.S. Edwards|
Estimating root respiration, respiration in the rhizosphere, and root-free soil respiration in forest soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30:961-968.
|1998||Burger, J.A., and D.L. Kelting|
Monitoring soil quality as a component of sustainable forestry: a rationale and approach for using soil-based indicators. p. 17-52. In: E. Davidson and M. Adams (ed.), Criteria and Indicators of Sustainable Forest Management. Soil Science Society of America Special Publication No. 53.
|1998||Andrews, J.A., J.E. Johnson, J.L. Torbert, J.A. Burger, and D.L. Kelting|
Minesoil and site properties associated with early height growth of eastern white pine. Journal of Environmental Quality 27:192-199.
|1997||Rakonczay, Z., J.R. Seiler, and D.L. Kelting|
Carbon efflux rates of fine roots of three tree species decline shortly after excision. Environmental and Experimental Botany 38:243-249.
|1995||Kelting, D.L., J.A. Burger, and G.S. Edwards|
Ozone effects on the root dynamics of red oak (Quercus rubra L.) seedlings and mature trees. Forest Ecology and Management 79:197-206.
|1995||Kelly, J.M., L. Samuelson, G. Edwards, P. Hanson, D.L. Kelting, A. Mays, and S. Wullshleger|
Are seedlings reasonable surrogates for trees? An analysis of ozone impacts on quercus rubra. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 85:1317-1324.
|Relevant Work Experience|
|1999-2003||North Carolina State University Assistant Professor and Codirector of the Forest Nutrition Cooperative|
|1992-1998||Virginia Tech Research Associate and Graduate Research Assistant|
|1989||SUNY ESF, Newcomb, NY Forest Technician|
|1988||Diamond Occidental Forests Inc., Old Town, ME Forest Technician|
|1987||International Paper Company, Lincoln, ME Forest Technician|
Agronomic Society of America
Society of American Foresters
Soil Science Society of America