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Nuttle Receives Funding from National Science Foundation to Study Impacts of Deer on Forests

Tim Nuttle

The School of Graduate Studies and Research is pleased to announce that Dr. Tim Nuttle, Department of Biology, received an external funding award in the amount of $197,354 from the National Science Foundation for his project, “Investigating Mechanisms of Trophic Ricochet in Canopy Food Chains Resulting from Long-Term Legacies of Historic Deer Browsing.”

Dr. Nuttle and his students and colleagues conduct their research in Pennsylvania's Allegheny National Forest, which has hosted several decades of deer-browsing study.

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