Dr. Christine Cairns Fortuin

Dr. Christine Cairns Fortuin

Title

  • Assistant Professor

Contact Information

ccf196@msstate.edu
Office: 662-325-0282
Thompson Hall, Rm 319

Overview

Education

  • University of Georgia, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Forestry and Natural Resources
  • Florida International University, Master of Science (M.S.), Environmental Sciences
  • College of Wooster, Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Anthropology

Websites

Publications

Year Publications
2023

Fortuin, C. C. 2023. Stand stage affects wild bee communities in working pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management

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2023

Fortuin, C. C., Montes, C. R., Vogt, J. T., Gandhi, K. J. 2023. Stand and tree characteristics influence damage severity after a catastrophic hurricane disturbance. Forest Ecology and Management 532:120844.

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2022

McDonald, E., Podesta, J., Fortuin, C. C., Gandhi, K. J. 2022. Expanded range of eight orchid bee species (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Euglossini) in Costa Rica. Biodiversity Data Journal 10(e81220).

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2022

Fortuin, C. C., Montes, C. R. 2022. Predicting risks of tornado and severe thunderstorm damage to southeastern U.S. forests. Landscape Ecology 37:1905-1919.

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2021

Fortuin, C. C., Gandhi, K. J. 2021. Mason bees (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) exhibit no avoidance of imidacloprid-treated soils. Environmental Entomology 50(6):1438-1445.

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2021

Fortuin, C. C., Gandhi, K. J. 2021. Functional traits and nesting habitats distinguish the structure of bee communities in clearcut and managed hardwood & pine forests in Southeastern USA. Forest Ecology and Management 496(119351).

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2021

Fortuin, C. C., McCarty, E., Gandhi, K. J. 2021. Acute contact with imidacloprid in soil affects the nesting and survival success of a solitary wild bee, Osmia lignaria (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). Chemosphere 264:128572.

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Extension Publications

Year Publications

Graduate Students

  • Mary McTeague