Nick Kalen

Project Associate

Nick Kalen is a biologist at CMI. He received his bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech in 2005 and began working for CMI in 2007. Since, he has worked on a variety of topics including wildlife, forestry, and plant ecology. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation at Virginia Tech through CMI studying post-White-nose syndrome bat occupancy in several Virginia National Parks. 

Warm season grasses as nutrient buffers, wildlife habitat, and biofuels in agriculture

Tropical forestry preservation with respect to climate change

B.S. Biology - Virginia Tech (2005)

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