Scott Enebak

Assc. Dean of Academic Affairs, Professor, Plant Pathology

Office: 2331
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Degrees:
BS, University of Minnesota 1984, Forestry/Silviculture
MS, University of Minnesota, 1988, Plant Pathology
PhD, West Virginia University, 1992, Plant Pathology

Expertise: Enebak is an expert in forest pathology, mycology, forest regeneration and forest-seedling production systems.
Teaching Responsibilities: Advanced Studies on Effects of Air Pollution, Natural Resource Policy Analysis and Administration, Wildlife Resource Philosophy and Policy, Wildland Recreation Philosophy and Policy, Urban Forestry, Introduction to Renewable Natural Resources
Research Interests: Southern Piedmont grassland community structure and functioning under future climate scenarios of elevated tropospheric ozone and altered rainfall amounts; Quantifying urban forest structure, functioning and economic value in a small, expanding southern metropolis.