Greg Bream

Greg Bream.


M.S. Geography, University at Buffalo

B.A. Geography, Buffalo State College

Research Interests:

Ecohydrology, Trait-Based Ecology, Climate Change

Recent Courses Taught: 

GEO 481/506 Geographical Information Systems Laboratory

GEO 105 Earth, Environment, and Climate Laboratory


Greg Bream is a PhD student in the geography program. In the past, Greg has participated in research projects in the fields of paleoecology and dendrochronology. As a part of his PhD, he is studying ecological processes and dynamics within the field of ecohydrology, specifically variations in plant hydraulic and root traits across environmental gradients. Greg enjoys reading and traveling in his free time, with his travels most recently taking him to the United Kingdom.


Larsen, C.P.S., Tulowiecki, S.J., Robertson, D., & Bream, G.J. (2023). Environmental drivers and species traits of mesophication and xerophication in forests of western New York State. Forest Ecology and Management, 548.