Hadley Boehm
 
       
 

 

Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies

Environment & Resources

Office: 301 Birge Hall

Phone: (608) 265-5473

Email: hboehm@wisc.edu 

 

       
   

430 Lincoln Drive

University of Wisconsin

Madison, WI 53706 - 1381

 

 

 

 

 

Educational Background:

 

 

 

B.S. Biology, Alma College, Alma, MI 2008

 

 
     
 

Current Projects:

 
 

 

Hadley is conducting her thesis project at the UW-Madison Arboretum. She will be applying ecosystem analysis approaches to address the potential of diverse native plant assemblages to treat stormwater in the newly constructed Pond 2 Stormwater Management Facility.

        
       
Background:

 
A native of southern Michigan, Hadley graduated from Alma College in Alma, MI with her B.S. degree where she majored in Biology and minored in French.  While at Alma Hadley assisted with a long-term passerine banding study at the Alma College Ecological Station in Vestaburg, MI. She also conducted her senior honors thesis using radio-telemetry to map Veery (Catharus fuscescens) nesting territories at the ACES.  Following graduation, Hadley spent 3 months in Paris, France to practice her language skills and learn about French culture and history. After returning from France she moved to Canada as a  Fulbright Student at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, ON where she studied wetlands policy, invasive species, and water resource management in the Great Lakes.  After her Fulbright, Hadley worked as an intern at the Crystal Lake and Watershed Association, in northern MI, where she conducted field work to help establish a long-term swimmer's itch monitoring program. 

 

 

 
     
 

 

 

Last updated: February 26, 2010

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