Dr. Francisco Escobedo, Associate Professor
PO Box 110410,
Gainesville, FL 32611-0410
Francisco J. Escobedo is an Associate Professor and State Extension Specialist at the School of Forest Resources and Conservation. His research and extension work focuses on: 1. Urban forest ecology, management, and policy, 2. Assessing and valuing the ecosystem services of forested ecosystems, and 3. Understanding the effects of urbanization and other disturbances such as hurricanes and invasive woody plants on forests and human settlements. He also teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in urban and community forestry and develops extension education programs for professionals and community groups that work with forests in and near cities.
PhD, State University of New York, 2004
MS, University of Arizona, 1998
BS, New Mexico State University, 1994
FOR 4090c Urban Forestry