Research Focus

Dr. Woodwell's research has been on the structure and function of natural communities and their role as segments of the biosphere. He has worked extensively in forests and estuaries in North America and has made well-known studies of the ecological effects of ionizing radiation and the circulation and effects of pesticides and other toxins. For many years he has studied the biotic interactions associated with the warming of the earth.

Co-authors in Woods Hole

  1. Stone
  2. Shaver
  3. Botkin
  4. Hall
  5. Hobbie
  6. Brown
  7. Cole
  8. Ryan
  9. Teal

Types of Work