Graeme P. Berlyn

E. H. Harriman Professor of Forest Management and Physiology of Trees

Photo of Graeme P. Berlyn


Tel: 203 432-5142

Faculty Support

Rachel Radin
203-432-9794
rachel.radin@yale.edu

Education & Curriculum Vitae

B.S., Ph.D., Iowa State University

Curriculum Vitae

 

About

Graem Berlyn’s interests are the morphology and physiology of trees and forests in relation to environmental stress.Professor Berlyn studies the ways that leaf structure and function reveal the effects of environmental change such as global warming or altitudinal and latitudinal gradients. Professor Berlyn has also pioneered in the development of organic biostimulants that can help plants resist insect, disease, and other environmental stressors while reducing fertilizer use.

 

Courses

Course Fall 2018 Spring 2019 Fall 2019 Spring 2020
654
Structure, Function, and Development of Trees
Berlyn
Tu,Th - 4:00-5:20
Berlyn
TBA - TBA
656
Tree Physiology and Ecophysiology
Berlyn
Tu,Th - 4:00-5:20
Tentative (No Semester)
700
Alpine, Arctic, and Boreal Ecosystems Seminar
Berlyn
M,W - 2:30-3:50
Berlyn
TBA - TBA