locationPolk Science - room 127
“I make every effort to provide my students with the best quality education possible through the use of engaged learning, hands-on activities, and group projects. I strive to help students understand how the information presented in my courses relates to the larger body of knowledge they are accumulating during their college career.”
Dr. Kjellmark has taught at Florida Southern College for 16 years, specializing in courses in Botany and Environmental Science. He has a strong interest in plants and natural areas. His research interests include Holocent paleoecology, fire ecology, and human impacts on the environment.
Ph.D., Plant Ecology and Paleoecology, Duke University
M.S., Plant Ecology, Miami University
B.S., Botany, DePauw University
Snyder, J., Chiantello J., Kjellmark E. W., Baumgardner, K., (2007). Key to the Pollen Flora of the Bahamas, Gerace Research Center, San Salvador, Bahamas.
Kjellmark E. W., (2005). Vegetation History of Lake Hollingsworth: Past Landscapes and Present Restoration. In: Lake Hollingsworth: Studies and Reflections on a Florida Landmark. History Press, Charleston, SC.
Kjellmark, E. W., McMillan, P. D., Peet, R. K., (1998). Longleaf pine vegetation of the South Carolina and Georgia Coastal Plain: A preliminary classification. Final report, USDA Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station.