Forest Ecosystems & Society
340 Richardson Hall
Ph.D. - Cornell University 2008
M.S. - Cornell University 2003
B.A. - Skidmore College 1998
- Science of Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Management
- Forest, Wildlife and Landscape Ecology
- Aquatic ecosystems
- Fish Ecology
Graduate Major Advisor
- Swartz, A.Swartz, A.S., M. Reiter, D. Roon, and D.R. Warren. 2020. Stream temperature responses to experimental riparian canopy gaps along forested headwaters in western Oregon. Forest Ecology and Management 474: 118354 (doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118354)
- Kaylor, M.J., B.J. VerWey, A. Cortes, and D.R. Warren. 2019. Drought impacts to trout and salamanders in cool forested headwater ecosystems in the western Cascade Mountains, OR. Hydrobiologia 833:65–80
- Warren, D.R., C.E. Kraft, D.C. Josephson, and C.T. Driscoll. 2017. Acid rain recovery may help to mitigate the impacts of climate change on thermally sensitive fish in lakes across eastern North America. Global Change Biology 23:2149-2153
- Warren, D.R., S.M. Collins, E.M Purvis, M.J. Kaylor, and H.A. Becthold. 2017. Spatial variability in light yields co-limitation of primary production by both light and nutrients in a forested stream ecosystem. Ecosystems 20(1) 198-210.
- Warren, D.R., W.S. Keeton, P.M. Kiffney, M.J. Kaylor, H.A. Becthold, and J. Magee. 2016. Changing forests – changing streams: Riparian forest stand development and ecosystem function in temperate headwaters. Ecosphere 7(8):e01435.