THOMAS G. BARNES
Extension Professor & Wildlife Extension Specialist
Ph.D. Texas A&M University
M.S. South Dakota State University
B.A. Huron College
Wildlife Conservation, Biodiversity, Habitat Restoration
The Wildlife Society
Students and staff supervised
Marvin Ruffner, Ph.D Student
Matt Bahm, Ph.D. Student
Josh Adkins, MS Student
Zeb Weese, MS Student
Will Wellman, MS Student
Using Herbicides to Control Japanese Spirea in the Big South Fork NRRA, KY
Coastal Prairie Restoration
Northern Great Plains Prairie Restoration
KY Bluegrass Savanna Restoration
Dormant Season Japanese Honeysuckle Control Using Herbicides
Response of Native Grasses and Forbs to Imazapic Treatments
T.G. Barnes 2004. Strategies to Convert Exotic Grass Pastures to Tall Grass Prairie Communities. Weed Tech. 18:1364 – 1370.
Washburn, B.E., T.G. Barnes, C.C. Rhoades, and R. Remington. 2002. Using imazapic and prescribed fire to enhance native warm season grasslands in Kentucky, USA. Natural Areas J. 22(1):20-27.
Barnes, T.G. and S.W. Francis 2004. Wildflowers and Ferns of Kentucky, University Press of Kentucky, Lexington.
Barnes, T.G. 2002. Kentucky’s Last Great Places, University Press of Kentucky, Lexington.
Madison, L.A., T.G. Barnes, J.D. Sole. 2001. Effectiveness of fire, disking, and herbicide application in removing tall fescue dominated fields. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 29:706-712.