Dr. Warren Devine splits his time working at the University of Washington on forest soils research and as a biological scientist consulting for the Olympic National Forest. His professional interests relate to silviculture, particularly the management of and microenvironment effects on young strands. In addition, his work investigates how climate change affects trees in the Pacific Northwest.
Warren contributes to NARA’s efforts by studying the effects of long-term biomass removal on forest soil productivity.
Dr. Devine received his doctorate in plant and soil science and a master’s degree in forestry at the University of Tennessee.