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Name: Jeffrey May
Title: Professor
Office: Biological Sciences
Phone: 304-696-3637
Email: may@marshall.edu
Expert:
 
Achievements

Research Based:
 
Funded Grants:
May, Jeffrey D. (1997, April). Response of nutrient resorption to chronic nitrogen and acid deposition and to variation in ozone exposure. West Virginia EPSCoR Program, $3,000.

May, J. D., Evans, D. K., & Gilliam F. S. (1997, May). Impacts of ground water extraction on ponds and adjacent vegetation in the McClintic Wildlife Management Area, Mason County, West Virginia. US Army Corps of Engineers, lead investigator, J. D. May, co-principal investigators, D. K. Evans, F. S. Gilliam, $49,200.

May, J. D., & Gilliam, F. S. (1999, November). Effects of excess nitrogen and post-harvest recovery on plant nutrient dynamics. U. S. Department of Agriculture, National Research Initiative—Competitive Grants Program, lead investigator, J. D. May, co-principal investigator, F. S. Gilliam, $49,978.

NRI-CGP Seed Grant funded by USDA, awarded to Jeffrey D. May (Principle Investigator) and Frank S. Gilliam (Co-PI): Effects of excess nitrogen and post-harvest recovery on plant nutrient dynamics. $49,978 for 15 November 1999 – 14 November 2001


 
 
Presentations:
Wells, Shane, Jeffrey D. May, Frank S. Gilliam, and Mary Beth Adams. 2002. Interrelationships between foliar nutrient dynamics and soil nitrogen fluxes in a nitrogen-saturated forest ecosystem. (Poster presented by Shane Wells, Sigma Xi Day, Marshall University, 29 April 2002.)

May, Jeffrey D., Frank S. Gilliam, Shane Wells, and Mary Beth Adams. 2002. Interrelationships between foliar nutrient dynamics and soil nitrogen fluxes in a nitrogen-saturated forest ecosystem. Southeastern Biology 49(2): 210. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists in Boone, NC.

May, Jeffrey D., Sarah Beth Burdette, Frank S. Gilliam, and Mary Beth Adams. 2001. Interspecific divergence in foliar nutrient responses to excessive nitrogen deposition. Ecological Society of America, 86th Annual Meeting—Abstracts: 151. (Paper presented at ESA meeting in Madison, WI)

Burdette, Sarah Beth, Jeffrey D. May, Frank S. Gilliam, and Mary Beth Adams. 2001. Interspecific responses of foliar nutrient concentrations to excessive nitrogen deposition. Southeastern Biology 48(2):167. (Poster presented by S. B. Burdette, Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists; New Orleans, LA)

May, Jeffrey D., Sarah Beth Burdette, Frank S. Gilliam, & Mary Beth Adams. 2000. Foliar nutrient responses to nitrogen fertilization at Fernow Experimental Forest, Parsons, WV. Paper presented at the Annual Fernow Experimental Forest (USDA Forest Service) Cooperators’ Meeting, 2000. Parsons, WV.

May, Jeffrey D., Sarah Beth Burdette, Frank S. Gilliam, & Mary Beth Adams. 2000. Response of foliar N and P to excessive N deposition in a mid-Appalachian hardwood forest. Ecological Society of America, 85th Annual Meeting—Abstracts:154. (Paper presented at ESA meeting in Snowbird, UT)

May, Jeffrey D., Sarah Beth Burdette, Frank S. Gilliam, & Mary Beth Adams. 2000. Foliar nitrogen dynamics of hardwoods in a nitrogen saturated watershed of the central Appalachians. ASB Bulletin 47(2):124. (Paper presented at ASB meeting in Chattanooga, TN)

May, Jeffrey D. 1996. Establishing native woody vegetation in a created West Virginia wetland using direct-planted cuttings. Bulletin of the Ecological Society 77(3):290. (Paper presented at ESA meeting in Providence, RI)


 
 
Proceedings:
May, Jeffrey D. (1996). Establishing native woody vegetation in a created West Virginia wetland using direct-planted cuttings. Bulletin of the Ecological Society, 77(3):290.
 
 
Technical Reports:
Jarrett, R. J., Gilliam, F. S., May, J. D., Harmon, P. J. & Jessee. C. M. (1996). Ecological study of shale barren rockcress (Arabis serotina Steele) at NAVSECGRUACT, Sugar Grove, WV. Final report. WVHP Technical Bulletin 96-2.

May, J. D., Shrader, R. B., Gilliam, F. S. Hubbard, A. C. & Evans. D. K. (1999). A two-year study of vegetation in and around holding ponds at McClintic Wildlife Station, Mason County, West Virginia. Final Report to US Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, Huntington, WV.

Gilliam, F. S., May, J. D., Fisher, M. A., & Evans. D. K. (1999). Short-term changes in soil nutrients during wetland creation. Wetlands Ecology and Management.
6, 203-208.
 

Professional/Community Based Service:
 
Professional/Community Service:
1995-Present. Faculty Senator from College of Science.

1994-Present. SCORES festival: Contest supervisor for Ecology examination.

Solicited reviewer of several papers for professional journals.

Solicited reviewer of chapters in several biology textbooks.

Solicited reviewer for the National Science Foundation for several grant proposals.

Science Fair judge at Fairland High School (about five times in recent years), at St. Joseph Elementary School (2000), and at the West Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair (2002).
 

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