Gerould Wilhelm

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Gerould Wilhelm
Born1948
NationalityAmerican
Alma materFlorida State University, Southern Illinois University Carbondale[2]
Scientific career
FieldsBotany, Lichenology
InstitutionsUnited States Army Corps of Engineers, Morton Arboretum, Conservation Design Forum, Conservation Research Institute
ThesisVascular Flora of the Pensacola Region (1984)
Doctoral advisorRobert H. Mohlenbrock

Dr. Gerould S. Wilhelm (1948–) is an American botanist and lichenologist. He is known as author of several floras of the Chicago Region and the development of the Floristic Quality Assessment methodology, a tool to assess the integrity of natural areas. He is the Director of Research at Conservation Research Institute, a nonprofit organization "dedicated to the promotion of planning, design, restoration, and long-term management of sustainable ecological systems in built and natural environments through applied research, education, and outreach."

Selected publications[edit]

The standard author abbreviation G.Wilh. is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.[3]

  • Wilhelm, Gerould S. (1977). Ecological assessment of open land areas in Kane County, Illinois (Report). Kane County Urban Development Division.
  • Wilhelm, Gerould S. (1984). Vascular flora of the Pensacola Region (PhD). Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
  • Wilhelm, Gerould (1990). "Special Vegetation of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore". The National Park Service.
  • Swink, Floyd; Wilhelm, Gerould (1979). Plants of the Chicago Region.
  • Swink, Floyd; Wilhelm, Gerould (1994). Plants of the Chicago Region. Indiana Academy of Sciences.
  • Wilhelm, Gerould; Rericha, Laura (2007). "Timber Hill Savanna, Assessment of Landscape Management" (PDF).
  • Wilhelm, Gerould (2015). "A Doctrine for Sustainability" (PDF).
  • Wilhelm, Gerould; Rericha, Laura (2016). "A New Species of Hypericum (Hypericaceae) and Some New Combinations in the Vascular Flora of the Chicago Region" (PDF). The Michigan Botanist. 55 (3–4): 89–96.
  • Wilhelm, Gerould; Rericha, Laura (2017). Flora of the Chicago Region: A Floristic and Ecological Synthesis. Indiana Academy of Sciences.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wilhelm, Gerould; Rericha, Laura (2017). Flora of the Chicago Region: A Floristic and Ecological Synthesis. Indiana Academy of Sciences.
  2. ^ Wilhelm, Gerould. "The Origin of Flora of the Chicago Region: A Floristic and Ecological Synthesis". Conservation Research Institute. Retrieved 2018-02-16.
  3. ^ IPNI.  G.Wilh.