Jon Carpenter

Jon Carpenter

Department: School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
Office: SFWS 4413

Areas of Interest: Climate Change, Conservation Biology, and Ecology

Research Interests: Climate Change, Conservation Biology, Ecology, and Water Quality

Jon Carpenter is in his first year Master's program in the school of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences under the advisement of Dr. Susan Pan. He graduated with honors from Reinhardt University with a degree in Biology and minors in Mathematics and International Relations. During his undergrad, Jon studied a species of parasites common in Sunfish as a bioindicator for stream health. He presented his research in 2019 at the Association for Southeastern Biologists meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Jon is interested in the interactions between humans and the ecosystem and would like to continue researching water quality topics. Jon is from Woodstock, GA and enjoys going on runs, trying new recipes, his dogs and all things nature. 

"I love this interdisciplinary program because it uses my current knowledge and resources, for example environmental modeling, and helps me use it to help the environment and community at large!"

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