I am a forest ecologist studying the effects of disturbance on carbon and plant community composition. I explore the interactions between wind disturbance and salvage logging in Georgia.
JP Evans, CA Oldfield, and JL Reid. Differential resistance to tree species loss between two dominant communities in a resilient southeastern landscape. In Press. Natural Areas Journal.
CA Oldfield and CJ Peterson. 2019. Woody Species Composition, Diversity, and Recovery Six Years after Wind Disturbance and Salvage Logging of a Southern Appalachian Forest. Forests 10: 129.
CA Oldfield and JP Evans. 2016. Twelve years of repeated wild hog activity promotes population maintenance of an invasive clonal plant in a coastal dune ecosystem. Ecology and Evolution 6:2569-2578.
2016 Admission to the PhD Program in Plant Biology Department at the University of Georgia.
2015 B.S. in Biology, The University of the South (Sewanee).
2018-2021 NSF Graduate Research Fellow
2020 Blue Key Honor Society
2014 Phi Beta Kappa