Peter M. Vitousek

Peter M. Vitousek
Born: Honolulu, HI 1/24/1949
Education:  Amherst (B.A. 1971); Dartmouth (Ph.D. 1975)
Dissertation title: The regulation of element concentrations in mountain streams in the northeastern United States (Ecol. Monogr. 47:65-87)
Adviser: William A. Reiners (C)
Comments: Also influenced by Stuart Fisher (undergraduate advisor)
Teaching History: Indiana 1975-79; North Carolina 1980-1983; Stanford 1983-present
Ph. D. Students: G. Philip Robertson, Elaine Birk, Kathy Saterson, Mark Walbridge, Ralph Riley, Alan Townsend, Manuel Lerdau, David Smernoff, Amy Austin, Holly Pearson, Lianne Kurina, David Hooper, Jason Neff, Lydia Olander, Kathleen Treseder, Julia Verville, Steven Allison, Virginia Matzek, Stephen Porder, Katie Amatangelo, Gabriel Maltais-Landry, Naupaka Zimmerman, Mehana Vaughan, Noa Lincoln
Others influenced: Pamela A. Matson, R. Flint Hughes (M.S.); James Raich, Carla D’Antonio, Greg Aplet, Buck Sanford, Sarah Hobbie, Tracy Benning), David Rothstein, Tim Crews, Jen Funk), Margaret Torn (Post-Docs)
ESA offices and honors: Cooper Award 1992; MacArthur Award 1992; Fellow 2012
ESA links:  MacArthur Award
External links: Wikipedia | Other biography

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