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									                               PETER R. KAPELUCK
                                   CURRICULUM VITAE

Address:       Home:    255 Riggs Drive
                        Clemson, SC 29631-1427

               Office: Clemson University
                       Department of Forest Resources
                       261 Lehotsky Hall
                       Box 340331
                       Clemson, SC 29634-0331

Telephone:     Home:   (864) 654-8967
               Office: (864) 656-4823

Fax:                    (864) 656-3304

E-mail:                 pkplck@clemson.edu

Education:

  2002     Doctor of Philosophy    Forest Resources    Clemson University
  1988     Master of Science       Forestry            Clemson University
  1975     Bachelor of Science     Psychology          University of South Carolina


Employment:

         1987-present             Research Associate
                                  Department of Forest Resources
                                  Clemson University
         Supervisor               David H. Van Lear, Bowen Professor of Forestry

         1984-1987                Graduate Student
                                  Clemson University
                                  Clemson, SC

         1979-1984                Real Estate Salesman
                                  Russell and Jeffcoat Realtors Inc.
                                  Columbia, SC

         1977-1979                Industrial Engineering/Cost Analysis Technician
                                  Mount Vernon Mills
                                  Columbia, SC

         1976-1977                Research Assistant
                                  University of South Carolina
                                  Department of Geology
                                  Columbia, SC

         1975-1976                Teacher
                                  Sandhills Academy
                                  Columbia, SC
P. R. Kapeluck                                                                  2



Honors and Awards:      Top 10 Producer, Russell-Jeffcoat Real Estate
                        Xi Sigma Pi Forestry Honor Society

Affiliations:           Society of American Foresters
                        Xi Sigma Pi Forestry Honor Society

Research Grants:

1994–1997. Distribution and nutrient content of living and dead above-ground
  biomass in southern Appalachian forests. McIntire-Stennis. $29,345.

2001-2006. Carbon sequestration and nutrient conservation of 16-yr-old
  naturally regenerated loblolly pine. McIntire-Stennis. $54,580.


Publications:

Van Lear, D.H., W.D. Carroll, P.R. Kapeluck and R. Johnson. 2004. Restoring
  the longleaf pine-grassland ecosystem: Implications for species at risk.
  Forest Ecology and Management. In review.

Carroll, W.D., P.R. Kapeluck, R.A. Harper, and D.H. Van Lear. 2004. Ice Age
  South Carolina. South Carolina Wildlife. In review.

Carroll, W.D., P.R. Kapeluck, R.A. Harper, and D.H. Van Lear. 2004.
  The history of southern forests. Forest History Today. The Forest History
  Society. In review.

Van Lear, D.H., P.R. Kapeluck, and D.W. Johnson. 2004. A new component of
  below-ground carbon. In preparation.

Van Lear, D.H., W.D. Carroll, P.R. Kapeluck, and R.A. Harper. 2003. History
  of Piedmont forests: Implications for current management. In: Proceedings
  of the 12th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference.

Van Lear, D.H., P.R. Kapeluck, and W.D. Carroll. 2003. Decaying root systems
  of harvested trees – important to productivity and carbon storage. Journal
  of the South Carolina Forestry Association. Vol. XXIII, No. 2.

Johnson, D.W., J.D. Knoepp, W.T. Swank, J. Shan, L.A. Morris, D.H. Van Lear,
  and P.R. Kapeluck. 2002. Effects of forest management on soil carbon:
  results of some long-term resampling studies. Environmental Pollution
  116:S201-S208.

Van Lear, D.H., W.D. Carroll, P.R. Kapeluck, and R.A. Harper. 2002. History
  of the Jocassee Gorges. Report to the South Carolina Department of Natural
  Resources, Jocassee Gorges Management Committee. 22 pp.

Carroll, W.D., P.R. Kapeluck, R.A. Harper, and D.H. Van Lear. 2001.
  Historical overview of the southern forest landscape and associated
  resources. Chapter 24 In: R.C. Biesterfeldt (ed.). Southern Forest Resource
  Assessment. USDA Forest Service Technical Report GTR SRS-53.
  URL: http://www.srs.fs.fed.us/sustain/report/histry/histry.pdf
P. R. Kapeluck                                                                  3


Publications: (Continued)

Van Lear, D.H., P.R. Kapeluck, and W.D. Carroll. 2000. Productivity of
  loblolly pine as affected by decomposing root systems. Forest Ecology and
  Management 138: 435-443.

Van Lear, D.H., P.R. Kapeluck, and W.D. Carroll. 1998. Productivity and soil
  carbon in Piedmont pine forests following different levels of harvest
  intensity. Soil Science Society of America, Agronomy Abstracts.

Van Lear, D.H., P.R. Kapeluck, and W.D. Carroll. 1998. Productivity and soil
  carbon in a Piedmont pine forest following different levels of harvest
  intensity. Final Report submitted to USDA For. Ser., Southern For.
  Expt. Sta., Southern Global Change Program, Raleigh, NC. 32 pp.

Kapeluck, P.R., and D.H. Van Lear. 1995. A technique for estimating below-
  stump biomass of mature loblolly pine plantations. Canadian Journal of
  Forest Research 25:361-365.

Van Lear, D.H., and P.R. Kapeluck. 1995. Above- and below-stump biomass and
  nutrient content of mature loblolly pine plantations. Canadian Journal of
  Forest Research 25:366-371.

Van Lear, D.H. and P.R. Kapeluck. 1995. Distribution of carbon in a Piedmont
  soil as affected by loblolly pine management. In: McFee, W.W. and J.M.
  Kelly, eds. Carbon Form and Function in Forest Soils. Soil Science Society
  of America special publication number 8, Soil Sci. Soc. Am., Madison, Wisc.

Kapeluck, P.R., C.W. Hedman, and D.H. Van Lear. 1995. Composition and
  structure of above-ground components of southern Appalachian Forests.
  Abstract. In: Gibson, P.R. (ed.) Proceedings (abstracts) Sixth Annual
  Southern Appalachian Man and The Biosphere Conference. Nov. 14-16, 1995.
  Knoxville, TN.

Van Lear, D.H., P.R. Kapeluck, and J.B. Waide. 1990. Nitrogen Pools and
  Processes During Natural Regeneration of Loblolly Pine. In: Proceedings of
  the 7th North American Forest Soils Conference, Vancouver, B.C. pp. 234-
  252.

Van Lear, D.H., and P.R. Kapeluck. 1989. Fell and Burn to Regenerate Mixed
  Pine-Hardwood Stands: an Overview of Effects on Soil. In: Proceedings of
  Pine-Hardwood Mixtures: A Symposium on Management and Ecology of the Type,
  Atlanta, Georgia. pp. 83-91.

Kapeluck, P.R., and D.H. Van Lear. 1987. Biomass and Nutrient Content of the
  Root System of a Mature Loblolly Pine Plantation. Agronomy Abstracts,
  Atlanta, Georgia. p. 260.


Presentations:

Appalachian Society of American Foresters Prescribed Fire Workshop, Columbia,
South Carolina, Jan. 26, 2005. Coauthor; History of Fire in the Southeastern
United States. Van Lear, D.H., W.D. Carroll, P.R. Kapeluck.
P. R. Kapeluck                                                                      4


Presentations: (Continued)

Society of American Foresters Annual Meeting, Edmonton, Alberta. Oct. 2-6,
2004. Co-presenter; Restoring the longleaf pine-grassland ecosystem:
Implications for species at risk. Van Lear, D.H., W.D. Carroll, P.R. Kapeluck
and R. Johnson.

Society of American Foresters Annual Meeting, Winston Salem, NC. Oct. 4-9,
2002. Land use history of the southeastern United States.

Ninth Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference Field Tour, Clemson
University, Clemson, SC, February 25-27, 1997. Harvesting effects on stand
productivity and soil carbon after 16 years.

Short course for USFS wildlife and fisheries biologists and silviculturalists
and other natural resource professionals, FORCE program, Clemson University,
Clemson, SC, Sept. 15-27, 1996. Structure and compositional features of an
old-growth forest.

Southern Appalachian Man and The Biosphere Sixth Annual Conference,
Knoxville, TN. Nov. 14-16, 1995. Composition and structure of above ground
components of southern Appalachian Forests.

Lecture for Site Capability course taught by D.H. Van Lear, Clemson
University, Department of Forest Resources, April 14, 1992. Topic: Functions
of coarse woody debris.

Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV. Oct. 15-20,
1989. Decay and nutrient dynamics in residual below-stump biomass of loblolly
pine.

Twelfth Southern Forest Soils Workshop: Soil–Vegetation–Water Relationships
in the Upper Piedmont and Southern Appalachians, Clemson University, Clemson,
SC. Oct. 2-4, 1988. Loblolly pine root development in Piedmont soils.

Several lectures to forestry    students   over   the   years   on   Christmas   tree
shearing methods and safety.

Poster Papers:

Van Lear, D.H., P.R. Kapeluck, and W.D. Carroll. 1998. Carbon accretion in
  Piedmont old-field soils after 55 years of forest occupation. Soil Science
  Society of America Annual Convention, Oct. 18-22, 1998. Baltimore, MD.

Kapeluck, P.R., and D.H. Van Lear. 1996. Characteristics of root systems of
  mature loblolly pine plantations and their function following harvest.
  Fifth Symposium of the International Society of Root Research, July 14-18,
  1996, Clemson University, Clemson, SC.

Kapeluck, P.R., and D.H. Van Lear. 1990. Fine root biomass and nutrient
  content of loblolly pine communities as related to prescribed burning. Soil
  Science Society of America Annual Convention, Oct. 21-26, 1990. San
  Antonio, TX.

Kapeluck, P.R., and D.H. Van Lear. 1987. Biomass and nutrient content of the
  root system of a mature loblolly pine plantation. Soil Science Society of
  America 1987 Annual Convention. Atlanta, GA.
P. R. Kapeluck                                                                  5



Dissertation and Thesis:

Kapeluck, P.R. 2002. Coarse woody debris in an age sequence of southern
  Appalachian forests. Ph. D. Dissertation, Department of Forest Resources,
  Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 180 pp.

Kapeluck, P.R. 1988. Root biomass and nutrient content of a mature loblolly
  pine plantation on a Piedmont site. M.S. Thesis, Department of Forest
  Resources, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 44 pp.

Training/Workshops Attended:

Fire Fighting Training           Sumter N. Forest   February 1987
Hazardous Waste Management       Clemson Univ.      March 16, 2000
Chemical Hygiene/Lab Safety      Clemson Univ.      March 16, 2000
Biological Safety                Clemson Univ.      March 16, 2000
AAA Driver Improvement Program   Clemson Univ.      April 11, 2000
                                                    March 18, 1997
                                                    November 17, 1994
                                                    August 29, 1991
                                                    September 13, 1988


Other Research Experience:

Research projects that produced publications to which I contributed technical
assistance.

Randles, R.B. 2001. Effects of multiple, low-intensity fires on vegetation
  and wildlife habitat in Pinus pungens-Pinus rigida stands of the southern
  Appalachians. M.S. Thesis, Department of Forest Resources, Clemson
  University, Clemson, SC. 48 pp.

Cooper, R.D. 2001. Advance regeneration in oak shelterwood stands: I.)
  Effects of seasonal prescribed fires and II.) Periodical cicadas.
  M.S. Thesis, Department of Forest Resources, Clemson University, Clemson,
  SC. 62 pp.

Hane, J.B. 1999. Developmental responses of oaks and yellow-poplar following
  shelterwood and clearcut treatments. M.S. Thesis, Department of Forest
  Resources, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 38 pp.

Brose, P.H. 1997. Effects of seasonal prescribed fires on oak-dominated
  shelterwood stands. Ph. D. Dissertation, Department of Forest Resources,
  Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 169 pp.

Myers, R.K. 1996. Coastal Plain forest plant community response to hurricane-
  fire interactions. Ph. D. Dissertation, Department of Forest Resources,
  Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 238 pp.

Porteck, K.G., A.E. Miller, and D.L. Ham. 1995. Comparison of alternative
  maintenance treatments for an electric transmission right-of-way on steep
  mountainous terrain. Journal of Arboriculture, International Soc. of
  Arboriculture, Savoy, Ill. 21(3) 168-174.
P. R. Kapeluck                                                                  6


Baker, T.T. 1994. The influence of Rhododenron maximum on species richness in
  the riparian ecosystem of Wine Spring Creek. M. S. Thesis, Department of
  Forest Resources, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 82 pp.

Barnes, T.A. 1994. Response of oak regeneration to seasonal prescribed fires
  in the Piedmont of South Carolina. M. S. Thesis, Department of Forest
  Resources, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 57 pp.

Barnes, J.A. 1993. Impact of beaver (Castor canadensis carolinensis) on trout
  habitat on the Chauga River drainage in South Carolina. M. S. Thesis,
  Department of Forest Resources, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 76 pp.

Taylor, G.B. 1993. Impacts of beaver (Castor canadensis carolinensis) on
  riparian ecosystems in the Chauga River Drainage. M. S. Thesis, Department
  of Forest Resources, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 79 pp.

Hedman, C.W. 1992. Southern Appalachian riparian zones: Their vegetative
  composition and contributions of large woody debris to streams. Ph. D.
  Dissertation, Department of Forest Resources, Clemson University, Clemson,
  SC. 238 pp.

Watt, J.M. 1992. The response of oak ecosystems to prescribed fire in the
  Piedmont of South Carolina. M. S. Thesis, Department of Forest Resources,
  Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 79 pp.

McCollum, M.M. 1992. Density and distribution of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda
  L.) roots along an environmental gradient. M. S. Thesis, Department of
  Forest Resources, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 62 pp.
P. R. Kapeluck                                               7


References:

Dr. David H. Van Lear, Bowen Professor of Forest Resources
Department of Forestry and Natural Resources
261 Lehotsky Hall
Clemson University
Box 340331
Clemson, SC 29634-0331
(864) 656-4857

Dr. Patricia A. Layton, Department Chair and Professor
Department of Forestry and Natural Resources
261 Lehotsky Hall
Clemson University
Box 340331
Clemson, SC 29634-0331
(864) 656-3303

Dr. Allen B. Dunn, Interim Director
Clemson Institute of Environmental Toxicology
Environmental Toxicology
509 Westinghouse Road
Pendleton, SC 29670-0709
(864) 646-2961

Dr. Wayne T. Swank
Scientist Emeritus
Southern Research Station
Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory
3160 Coweeta Lab Road
Otto, NC 28673-9218
(828) 524-2128

								
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