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Heather Allen Enloe

Adjunct Lecturer

 

Program Areas

Teaching
  • SWS 2008 Land and Life
  • SWS 4204/SWS 6209 Urban Soil and Water Systems
  • SWS4932/SWS6932 Forest and Soil Ecosystem Services

Publications

Select Publications
  • Enloe, H.A, B.G. Lockaby, W.C. Zipperer, and G.L. Somers. 2015. Urbanization effects on leaf litter decomposition, foliar nutrient dynamics and aboveground net primary productivity in the subtropics. Urban Ecosystems. 18(4):1285-1303.
  • Enloe, H.A., B.G. Lockaby, W.C. Zipperer, and G.L. Somers. 2015. Urbanization effects on soil nitrogen transformations and microbial biomass in the subtropics. Urban Ecosystems. 18(3):963-976.
  • Enloe, H.A., S.A. Quideau, R.C. Graham, S.C. Sillett, S.W. Oh, and R.E. Wasylishen, 2010.  
    Soil organic matter processes in old-growth redwood forest canopies.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 74, 161-171.  
  • Wu, L., Y. Wood, P. Jiang, L. Li, G. Pan, J. Lu, A.C. Chang, H.A. Enloe, 2008.  Carbon 
    sequestration and dynamics of two irrigated agricultural soils in California.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 72, 808-814.
  • Enloe, H.A., R.C. Graham and S.C. Sillett, 2006.  Arboreal Histosols in old-growth redwood 
    forest canopies, Northern California.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 70, 408-418.  .
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CONTACT INFORMATION

Mailing Address:
Soil and Water Sciences Department
2181 McCarty Hall A, PO Box 110290
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32611

Office:
G175 McCarty Hall A

(352) 294-3199
(352) 392-3399 fax


email: heather.enloe@ufl.edu