F. Herbert Bormann Papers
The papers document the professional work of ecologist F. Herbert Bormann. The bulk of the papers comprise research materials, speeches, and writings. Research materials include notes, photographs, and grant reports and proposals. Projects that are the most represented include smaller studies at Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest and the Sandbox project. Speeches and writings include articles for popular magazines and newspapers, book drafts, testimony for legislative bodies, and award acceptance speeches. There are also some non-academic writings. Correspondence included in the collection is mainly with colleagues, including some on specific topics such as tropical forestry and the Hubbard Brook Foundation. There is a small amount of personal correspondence as well. Teaching materials are limited and include some syllabi, course notes and materials for specific courses, and lectures on various topics. The papers cover his work from 1950 to 2009, with much of the collection dating from the mid 1980s to the mid 2000s.