Reed Schwarting

Reed Schwarting
Reed Schwarting
Reed Schwarting Reed Schwarting
Associate Research Specialist
office. Old Main 324
University of Wisconsin-Superior

Professional Background

Reed Schwarting studied plant biology, geology, and modern cartography at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. He received a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology with additional minors in both Earth Science and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).  During his time as an undergraduate, Reed held positions at the Donald Davidson Herbarium and in the Earth Science Collection. Reed started with the Lake Superior Research Institute (LSRI) as a student conducting Floristic Quality Assessment Surveys in Northern Wisconsin wetlands.  

Research Interests

Great Lakes Regional Plant Taxonomy, Vegetative Community Monitoring, Chronological Vegetation Shifts, Mapping/Database Systems, Rare and Endangered Plant Monitoring, Herbarium Specimen Collecting, and Native/Exotic Plant Cultivation.

Most Recent Degree

2012 - Bachelor of Science (B.S.) - Biology - University of Wisconsin-Superior

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