Jennifer Johns
  • Jennifer Johns
  • Associate Director, Sustainable Agriculture Programs
  • Matthews 112
  • 503-370-6794
  • 503-375-5425 fax

Jennifer Johns

Education

  • Ph.D., Rutgers, The University of New Jersey
  • B.A., Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

Publications

  • Vidal, E., J.S. Johns, J. Gerwing, P. Barreto, and C. Uhl.  Vine management for reduced impact logging in the eastern Amazon.  Forest Ecology and Management 98:105-114.  (Translation of the above appeared in the Brazilian journal Série Amazônia No. 13), 1997.
  • Johns, J.S., P.B. Barreto, and C. Uhl.  Logging damage during planned and unplanned logging operations in the Eastern Amazon.  Forest Ecology and Management 89:  59-77.  (Translation of the above appeared in the Brazilian journal Série Amazônia No. 16), 1996. 
  • Gerwing, J., J.S. Johns, E. Vidal and C. Uhl.  Reducing waste during logging and log processing:  Towards forest conservation in Eastern Amazonia.  Unasylva 187:  17-25. (Translation of the above appeared in the Brazilian journal Série Amazônia No. 5), 1996.
  • Uhl, C., P.Amaral, P. Barreto, A.C. Barros, J. Gerwing, J.S. Johns, B. Veríssimo, and E. Vidal.  Developing a framework for sustainable forestry in the Eastern Amazon.  BioScience 47:  160-168.  (Translation of the above appeared in the Brazilian journal Série Amazônia No. 7), 1995.
  • Johns, J.S.  Die Anwendung chemischer Pflanzenschutzmittel (Pestizide und Herbizide) im Forst von Baden-Württemberg.  (The application of pesticides and herbicides in the forests of Baden-Württemberg.)  A report submitted to the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, 1992.

Oral Presentations

  • J.S. Johns.  Implementing Sustainable Agriculture Programs in the Liberal Arts.  Annual meeting of the Sustainable Agriculture Education Association.  Lexington, Kentucky, USA, 2011.
  • J.S. Johns.  Adapting Sustainable Agriculture Practices to the Sustainable Garden.  Institute of Continued Learning.  Willamette University.  Salem, Oregon, USA, 2010.
  • J.S. Johns and S.N. Handel.  The effects of habitat fragmentation on pollinator visitation rates and fruit and seed production on a tropical tree, Tabebuia rosea (Bertol.) DC (Bignoniaceae).  Joint meeting of the Ecological Society of America and the Society for Ecological Restoration.  Tucson, Arizona, USA, 2002.
  • J.S. Johns.  Logging and forest fragmentation in the new world tropics.  Senior Seminar Series in the Biology Department at Willamette University.  Salem, Oregon, USA, 2000.
  • J.S. Johns.  The effects of habitat fragmentation on pollinator visitation rates and pollen deposition to Tabebuia rosea (Bignoniaceae).  Interactions Conference, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. Panama City, Republic of Panama, 1999.