22.0 linear feet [222 record boxes]
Dr. W. Carter Johnson is Distinguished Professor of Ecology at South Dakota State University. His academic interests and expertise are in climate change, wetlands, and riparian vegetation.
Dr. W. Carter Johnson is Distinguished Professor of Ecology at South Dakota State University in Brookings. He received a B.S. in Biology from Augustana College in 1968 and a Ph.D. in Botany (Plant Ecology) from North Dakota State University in 1971. Johnson began his professional career as Research Associate and Research Staff Member at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (1971-77), followed by 12 years in the Department of Biology at Virginia Tech. In 1989 he became Head of the Department of Horticulture, Forestry, Landscape, and Parks at South Dakota State University, a position held until 1995.
His research interests include river regulation and riparian forest ecology, climate change and prairie wetlands, seed dispersal in fragmented landscapes, paleoecology (climate reconstruction using tree rings; Holocene seed dispersal and plant migration) and multifunctional agriculture and agroecological restoration. His research program is strongly multi-disciplinary and inter-institutional. Dr. Johnson has published approximately 100 peer-reviewed journal articles, books and book chapters.
This collection consists of research material and born digital images of various research projects conducted by Dr. Carter Johnson during his academic career. The images are of various plants and trees growing in various locations throughout the United States, primarily the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Badlands National park in western South Dakota, Itasca State Park in Minnesota, and North Dakota.
SDSU Archives and Special Collections
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Hilton M. Briggs Library, South Dakota State University, "W. Carter Johnson Papers" (2021). University Archives. 198.