George Zimmermann

Professor of Environmental Studies

Phone: 609.652.4308
Office: A&S-222
Website/CV: George Zimmermann Website

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Professor of Environmental Sciences. September 2002 to present. Associate Professor of Environmental Studies. September 1990 to 2002. Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies. September 1984 to August 1990. Instructor. Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. September 1982 to August 1984


Ph.D. 1984 Rutgers University, New Brunswick
M.S. Forest Ecology 1979 Utah State University, Logan, Utah
B.S. Forestry 1975 Rutgers College of Agriculture &
      Environmental Science (Cook College)


Forest ecology, silviculture, quantitative measurements in forestry, Atlantic white-cedar, stained glass.


ENVL2400 Introduction to Statistics and Computers
ENVL3429 Forest Measurements
ENVL3416/BIOL3417 Dendrology
ENVL/BIOL3419 Ecological Forest Management
ENVL4201 Introduction to Spatial Statistics
GAH2179 Stained Glass: History, Expression, & Techniques


Forest ecology, forest-deer interactions, environmental education of the public, long-term studies of forested ecosystems


Sedia, Ekaterina & G. L. Zimmermann. 2010. Final report. Implementation and Monitoring of Initial Steps of NJDEP Plan for Protection and Enhancement of Certain Broom Crowberry Populations in South Jersey Dwarf Pine Plains (SR08-034). NJDEP. Zimmermann, G.L. (editor). 2009. Proceedings of the Ecology and Management of Atlantic White-cedar: Symposium 2006. Held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. June 6-8 2006. 99 pages.

Zimmermann, G.L. 2005.Preface (invited). Page 8. In M. K. Burke and P. Sheridan (eds.) Atlantic white cedar: ecology, restoration and management: Proceedings of the Arlington Echo Symposium; 2003 June 2-4; Millersville, MD. Gen. Tech.Rep. SRS-91. Asheville, NC: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 82 pages

Zimmermann, G.L., and Mylecraine, K.A. 2005. Atlantic white-cedar regeneration & vegetation dynamics at Penn Swamp, New Jersey: ten years of change. Pages 65-72. In M. K. Burke and P. Sheridan (eds.) Atlantic white cedar: ecology, restoration and management: Proceedings of the Arlington Echo Symposium; Mylecraine, K.A. and G.L. Zimmermann. 2003. Atlantic White-cedar: Ecology and Best Management Practices Manual. NJDEP New Jersey Forest Service publication. 80 pages. Second printing.

Zimmermann G.L .and KA Mylecraine. 2003. Reconstruction of an old-growth Atlantic white-cedar stand in the Hackensack Meadowlands of New Jersey. In R. B. Atkinson, R. T. Belcher, D. A. Brown and J.E. Perry (eds.) Atlantic White Cedar Restoration Ecology and Management, Proceedings of a Symposium, May 31-June 2, 2000, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA, USA. pp. 125-135.