Charles Andrew Cole

Professor of Landscape Architecture

Charles Andrew Cole

Research Summary

Ecosystem ecology: wetlands, hydrology, restoration, seed banks, plant communities, historical ecology.

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Soil Wetland Wetlands Ecosystems Ecosystem Hydrologic Data Seeds Model Validation Bays Watersheds City Seed Time Wild Flowers Soil Amendment Chesapeake Bay Watershed Restoration Rivers Soil Amendments Water Agriculture Compost Managers Measuring

Most Recent Publications

Designing for the Future: A Climate-responsive and Adaptive Design Framework for Habitat Restoration and Recreation in the Rumney Marsh Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC), Massachusetts, USA

Sadiqa Ansari, Charles Cole, Lisa DuRussel, Wetland Science & Practice on p. 224-233

E Smithwick, Jennifer Baka, D Bird, Christopher Blaszscak-Boxe, C Blaszczak-Boxe, C Cole, J Fuentes, Sarah Gergel, L Glenna, C Grady, C Hunt, A Graefe, Carter Hunt, L Iulo, Jason Kaye, L Iulo, J Kaye, K Keller, Klaus Keller, 2023, Conservation Ecology

Zheng Cui, James Price Dillard, Juliet Pinto, A High, Andrew High, J De la Cruz, J. J. De La Cruz, S Mainzer, Stephen Mainzer, Charles Cole, Charles Andrew Cole, 2022, Environmental Management on p. 855-868

Sarah E. Rothman, C. Andrew Cole, Maryann Victoria Bruns, Marvin H. Hall, 2021, Restoration Ecology

Created ecosystems and the concept of succession

Charles Cole, 2020, Landscape Journal on p. 75-85

E+D: Ecology Plus Design. 2019. Symposium – Ecology + design strategies to solve complex problems

Kendall Mainzer, Charles Cole, 2019,

Deep decarbonization and renewable energy in the Appalachian Mountains (DDREAM): a socio-ecological systems approach to evaluating ecological governance

Stephen P. Mainzer, Charles Cole, Travis Flohr, 2019, Socio-Ecological Practice Research on p. 249-263

Created ecosystems and the concept of succession

Charles Andrew Cole, 2019, Landscape Journal on p. 75-85

Assessment of a judgment-based hydrogeomorphic wetland classification using long-term hydrologic data

C. A. Cole, 2017, Ecohydrology

Most-Cited Papers

HGM: a call for model validation

Charles Andrew Cole, 2016, Wetlands Ecology and Management on p. 579-585

Assessment of a judgment-based hydrogeomorphic wetland classification using long-term hydrologic data

C. A. Cole, 2017, Ecohydrology

Sarah E. Rothman, C. Andrew Cole, Maryann Victoria Bruns, Marvin H. Hall, 2021, Restoration Ecology

Deep decarbonization and renewable energy in the Appalachian Mountains (DDREAM): a socio-ecological systems approach to evaluating ecological governance

Stephen P. Mainzer, Charles Cole, Travis Flohr, 2019, Socio-Ecological Practice Research on p. 249-263

Created ecosystems and the concept of succession

Charles Andrew Cole, 2019, Landscape Journal on p. 75-85

E Smithwick, Jennifer Baka, D Bird, Christopher Blaszscak-Boxe, C Blaszczak-Boxe, C Cole, J Fuentes, Sarah Gergel, L Glenna, C Grady, C Hunt, A Graefe, Carter Hunt, L Iulo, Jason Kaye, L Iulo, J Kaye, K Keller, Klaus Keller, 2023, Conservation Ecology

Zheng Cui, James Price Dillard, Juliet Pinto, A High, Andrew High, J De la Cruz, J. J. De La Cruz, S Mainzer, Stephen Mainzer, Charles Cole, Charles Andrew Cole, 2022, Environmental Management on p. 855-868

E+D: Ecology Plus Design. 2019. Symposium – Ecology + design strategies to solve complex problems

Kendall Mainzer, Charles Cole, 2019,

Created ecosystems and the concept of succession

Charles Cole, 2020, Landscape Journal on p. 75-85