Kipling Klimas inspects a forest after a 5,000 acre wildfire in Utah’s Uinta mountains.
A dedicated member of Sewanee’s swim team, Kipling Klimas (C ‘18) graduated with a B.S. in Ecology and Biodiversity. In May, Kipling finished his M.S. in Forest Resources at Clemson University, and his research on the impact of prescribed fire on water quality is featured here. Kipling is now studying Fire Ecology as a doctoral student at Utah State University. In the short time since his graduation from Sewanee, Kipling is first author on three publications in the journals Fire, Journal of Environmental Quality and Fire and Fuels Management. Congratulations Kipling, your research is on fire!
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