Ann M. Bartuska

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"Ann M. Bartuska was appointed Deputy Chief for Research & Development in the U.S. Forest Service in January 2004. She returned to the Forest Service after serving as executive director of the Invasive Species Initiative within The Nature Conservancy. Before joining TNC, she served as director of Forest and Rangeland staff for the Forest Service in Washington, D.C. An ecosystem ecologist, she has been involved with the issues of forest ecosystem health, ecosystem management, wetlands, and air pollution, both within the federal government and at North Carolina State University. Her past research has focused on ecosystems processes in landscapes disturbed by coal mining. She has extensive experience interacting with Congress, the media, federal and state agencies and the public. Bartuska is an active member and past-president (2002-2003) of the Ecological Society for America."[1]

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  1. Ann M. Bartuska, Leopold Leadership Program, accessed January 28, 2011.