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College of Natural Resources

Physical Address:
975 W. 6th Street
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
111 Perimeter Drive MS 1142
Moscow, ID 11111-1142

Phone: 111-111-8981

Fax: 111-111-5534

Email: [email protected]

Web: College of Natural Resources

Mark Kimsey

Mark Kimsey, Ph.D.

Research Assistant Professor

Office

Forney 214

Phone

111-111-7520

Mailing Address

Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences
University of Idaho
111 Perimeter Drive MS 1133
Moscow, Idaho 11111-1133

Degrees

  • PhD, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, 2006, Natural Resources 
  • MS, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, 2003, Soil Science
  • BA, American College of Metaphysical Theology, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1999, Divinity
  • BS, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, 1999, Forest Resources

Research Interests

Forest and soil productivity
Geospatial modeling
Sustainable forest practices
Intermountain Forestry Cooperative

Mahalovich, M.F. and M. Kimsey. 2017. Drought tolerance and strong edaphic signals provide a better understanding of whitebark pine’s response to climate change. Nutcracker Notes: Journal of the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation. 32:9-10.

Chase, C., M. Kimsey, T. Shaw, M. Coleman. 2016. The response of light, water, and nutrient availability to pre-commercial thinning in dry inland Douglas-fir forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 363:98-109.

Mahalovich, M.F., M. Kimsey, J.K. Fortin-Noreus, C.T. Robbins. 2016. Isotopic heterogeneity in whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis Engelm.) nuts across geographic, edaphic and climatic gradients in the Northern Rockies (USA). Forest Ecology and Management. 359:174-189.

Cook, S.P., A. Carroll, M. Kimsey, and T. Shaw. 2015. Changes in a primary resistance parameter of Lodgepole pine to bark beetle attack one year following fertilization and thinning. Forests. 6:280-292

Coleman, M.D., T. Shaw, M. Kimsey and J.A. Moore. 2014. Nutrition of Douglas-fir in the  inland northwest. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 78:S11–S22

Shan, S., M. Kimsey and M.D. Coleman. 2014. Soil soluble nitrogen availability across an elevational gradient in a cold-temperate forest ecosystem. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 78:S217-S224.

White, K.P., M. Coleman, D.S. Page‐Dumroese, P.E. Gessler, M. Kimsey and T. Shaw. 2012. Examining soil parent material influence over Douglas‐fir stem growth response to fertilization: taking advantage of information from spatiotemporally distributed experiments. Forest Ecology and Management. 286:101-107

Kimsey, M. and D. Roche. 2012. Long-term site preparation effects on volcanic ash forest soils and Douglas-fir. International Journal of Forest Engineering. 23(1):15-24

Kimsey, M., Page-Dumroese, D., and Coleman, M. 2011. Assessing bioenergy harvest risks:  Geospatially explicit tools for maintaining soil productivity in western US forests. Forests. 2:  797-813

Kimsey, M., M.T. Garrison-Johnston, and L. Johnson. 2011. Characterization of volcanic ash-influenced forest soils across a geoclimatic sequence. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:267-279.

Kimsey, M., J.A. Moore, and P.A. McDaniel. 2008. A geographically weighted regression analysis of Douglas-fir site index in north central Idaho. Forest Science. 54(3):356 –366

Kimsey, M., P.A. McDaniel, D.G. Strawn, and J.A. Moore. 2005. Fate of applied sulfate in volcanic ash-influenced forest soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 69:1507-1515

Research

Silvicultural prescriptions for enhancing growth and yield on productive timberlands
Sponsor: Potlatch Corporation
Location: north Idaho
2017-current

Western larch thinning and fertilization growth and yield trial
Sponsor: Stimson Lumber Company
Location: northeast Washington
2016-current

Post-fire reforestation on productive forestlands
Sponsor: Washington Dept. of Natural Resources
Location: northeast Washington
2016-current

Camas propagation research for restoration of Weippe Prairie, Nez Perce national historical park
Sponsor: USDI National Park Service
Location: north central Idaho
2016-current

Development of a forest inventory data collection toolkit for non-industrial private forestland owners and consultants
Sponsor: USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service
2016-2017

Herbicide effects on outplanted conifer seedlings grown in differing soil parent materials
Sponsor: Hancock Forest Management, Molpus Timberlands, Potlatch Corporation, Stimson Lumber Company
Location: north Idaho, northeast Washington, northeast Oregon
2015-current

Intensive herbicide use to enhance stand establishment
Sponsor: Hancock Forest Management
Location: north Idaho, northeast Washington, northeast Oregon
2014-current

Physiographic effects on Intermountain West conifer maximum stand density index
Sponsor: Intermountain Forestry Cooperative
Location: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana
2014-current

Paired plot density management trials
Sponsor: Intermountain Forestry Cooperative
Location: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana
2014-current

Harvest effects on future forest productivity
Sponsor: Intermountain Forestry Cooperative
Location: Washington, Oregon, Idaho
2009-current

Outreach

Intermountain Forestry Cooperative. Intermountain West. Annually. Forest management research support and technology transfer to USDA Forest Service Region 1 and 6, USDI Bureau of Land Management, Washington Department of Natural Resources, Idaho Department of Lands, Potlatch Corporation, Hancock Forest Management, Molpus Timberlands, Stimson Lumber Company, Bennett Lumber Company, Inland Empire Paper Company.

USDA Forest Service Regional Tree Improvement Area Management Meeting. Riggins, ID. July 2017. Forest soil nutrition and management: Strategies for a successful seed orchard.

Hancock Forest Management Northwest Region Silviculture Workshop. Spokane, WA. June 2017. Integrating SDImax into silvicultural prescriptions.

Logger Education Workshops (LEAP). Moscow, ID. Mar. 2017. Forest soils and timber harvesting: Implications for long-term forest health and productivity.

Society of Ecological Restoration Northwest Regional Conference. Portland, OR. April 2016. Workshop chair: Soil Survey Support for Restoration Planning: Utilizing Web Soil Survey and the ArcMAP Soil Data Viewer Extension.

Vaagen Brothers Annual Contractor Workshop. Colville, WA. April 2015. Soils of Northeast Washington and their role in forest productivity and management.

Montana State Society of American Foresters. Whitefish, MT. April 2015. Stand density index models and their use in forest management planning.

Intermountain Forest Tree Nutrition Cooperative annual meeting. Moscow, ID. Apr. 2015. Nutrient management update: Soil nutrient availability relative to slash loading and vegetation control.

Intermountain Forest Tree Nutrition Cooperative annual meeting. Moscow, ID. Apr. 2015. Harvest and post-harvest nutrient mitigation: Effects on soil and tree nutrition, growth and mortality.

Inland Empire Reforestation Council. Coeur d’Alene, ID. Mar. 2015. Forest density management: Evolution of maximum stand density index.

USDA-NRCS District Soil Conservationist Annual Meeting. Lewiston, ID. Nov. 2014. Geospatial forest productivity modeling in support of ecological site descriptions in MLRA 43/44.

Soil Science Society of America. Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2014. Physiographic controls on maximum stand density index of three major conifer species in the Inland Northwest, USA. Oral.

Hancock Timber Resource Group. La Grande, OR. June 2014. Management effects on future forest productivity.

Center for Advanced Forestry. Coeur d’Alene, ID. May 2014. Inland northwest geology, climate and forest productivity.

Intermountain Forest Tree Nutrition Cooperative annual meeting. Moscow, ID. Apr. 2014. Site type initiative Phase 1 report: Species maximum SDI model V2.0.

Northwest Forest Soil Council. Ellensburg, WA. Feb. 2014. Physiographic factors effecting forest site carrying capacity.

USDA-USFS Region 1 Silviculture Workshop. Moscow, ID. Feb. 2014. Importance of volcanic ash-influenced forest soils in regeneration success and future forest productivity.

Contact

College of Natural Resources

Physical Address:
975 W. 6th Street
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
111 Perimeter Drive MS 1142
Moscow, ID 11111-1142

Phone: 111-111-8981

Fax: 111-111-5534

Email: [email protected]

Web: College of Natural Resources

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