Professor of Biological Sciences
Phone: 603 646-3272
Hinman Box: HB 6044
- B.Sc. University of Queensland, Australia; Grad. Dipl. Canberra College of Advanced Education; Ph.D. University of California at Davis
Areas of Expertise
- Tree populations; rain forests; forest conservation and management; grasslands
- Landis, R M, and D R Peart, “Early Performance Predicts Canopy Attainment across Life Histories in Subalpine Forest Trees,” Ecology , 86 (2005) 63-72.
- Fagan, M E, and D R Peart, “Impact of the Invasive Shrub Glossy Buckthorn (Rhamnus frangula L.) on Juvenile Recruitment by Canopy Trees,” Forest Ecology and Management , 194 (2004) 95-107.
- Blundell, A G, and D R Peart, “Density Dependent Population Dynamics of a Dominant Rain Forest Canopy Tree,” Ecology , 85 (2004) 704-715.
- Blundell, A G, and D R Peart, “Recruitment Failure Following Mast Fruiting in a Southeast Asian Dipterocarp Forest,” Journal of Tropical Ecology , 20 (2004) 229-231.
- Zens, M S, and D R Peart, “Dealing with Death Data: Individual Hazards, Mortality and Bias,” Trends in Ecology and Evolution , 18 (2003) 366-373.
- “Individual Death Rates and Growth Rates that Underlie the Self-thinning Law in Forest Trees;” “Potential and Limitations of 0.7 m Satellite Data to Identify Deaths of Individual Trees in a Central American Tropical Rain Forest;” “Consequences for Density Dependence and Community Composition;” “Analysis of Individual Seedling Hazards in Forest Trees;” “Population Dynamics in the Early Life Stages of Northern Hardwoods Tree Species”