Urban forestry is a concept embraced by many Tennessee cities, and now UT students are working to bring shade and beauty to some areas.
Evaluation of Total Mercury and Methylmercury Concentrations of Terrestrial Invertebrates Along Lower East Fork Poplar Creek in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Standish, C. L. 2016.
Utilizing Inventory Data and Public Opinion to Develop an Urban Tree Management Plan for Oak Ridge, TN.
Jennings, T., S. R. Jean-Philippe, J. M. Zobel, A. S. Willcox, and T. Simpson. 2015.
M.S. Thesis, I did not direct him, but was on his committee.
Human Perceptions on Park Tree Diversity in Oak Ridge, TN.
Jennings, T. E., S. R. Jean-Philippe, A. S. Willcox, J. M. Zobel, and T. Simpson. 2014.
Poster, Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries, University of Tennessee. Presented on October 9, 2014 at the Society of American Foresters National Convention, Salt Lake City, UT.
Perceptions on Park Tree Diversity in Oak Ridge, TN.
Jennings, T., S. R. Jean-Philippe, and A. S. Willcox. 2014.
Society of American Foresters National Convention.
Microbial communities biostimulated by ethanol during uranium (VI) bioremediation in contaminated sediment as shown by stable isotope probing.
Leigh, M. B., P. Jardine, et al. 2014.
Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, Springer Science, June 2014, 2095-2201
A Comprehensive Street Tree and Soil Study along Roadways in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Turnbull, T., S. R. Jean-Philippe, P. E. Wiseman, D. S. Buckley, S. M. Schaeffer, and R. C. Albright. 2014.
Effect on Mercuric Compounds on Pine and Sycamore Germination And Early Survival.
Jean-Philippe, S. R., N. Labbe, Jeremie Damay, J. A. Franklin, and Karen Hughes. 2012.
American Journal of Plant Science 3:150-158.
Extensive Denitrification in the Subsurface of the Oak Ridge Site, Tennessee.
Horita, J., et al., and P. Jardine. 2011.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory Sustainable Landscapes Initiative 2020.
Rogers, S. M., Leah Gardner, and James L. Sipes. 2011.
Master Plan Document.
Denitrifying bacteria from the Genus Rhodanobacter are key members of microbial communities in the acidic, uranium-contaminated subsurface at Oak Ridge, TN.
Overholt, W.A, et al., and P. Jardine. 2010.
110th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.