Meenakshi Rao, a Ph.D student (adviser: Linda George) in Environmental Science and Management and School of the Environment, has been awarded a 2014 summer NSF EAPSI fellowship. She will investigate urbanization and air quality in Shanghai, China.
Patrick Edwards, a Ph.D
student (adviser: Yangdong Pan)
in Environmental Science and Management and School of the Environment, has received the Summer 2014 NSF EAPSI
Fellowship. He will study the
effects of sedimentation on
stream insects in China.
Christine Kendrick, a Ph.D
student (adviser: Linda George)
in Environmental Science and Management and School of the Environment, has been awarded a Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research grant on her research project entitled "Aerosols in the Urban Roadside Environment"
For more Research Highlights click HERE
NewsThe Oregon Lake Watch program is looking for volunteers to survey for aquatic invasive species and monitor water quality in our lakes, ponds and reservoirs. More information HERE.
ESM TA/New Graduate Student Orientation
Tuesday, September 23, 9am-4:30pm, SRTC B1-82
ESM TA/Instructor Desire 2 Learn (D2L) Training Workshop
Wednesday, September 24, 9am-1:00pm, SRTC B1-82
Fall Meet and Greet
Tuesday, September 23, 4:30-6:30pm, SRTC 2nd Floor Lobby
Mark Sytsma, et al. 2014. Phenotypic Plasticity of Invasive Spartina Densiflora (Poaceae) along a broad latitudinal gradient on the Pacific Coast of North America. American Journal of Botany 101(3): 448–458. 2014.
Melissa S. Lucash, Robert M. Scheller, Alec M. Kretchun, Kenneth L. Clark, and John Hom. 2014. Impacts of fire and climate change on long-term nitrogen availability and forest productivity in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Can. J. For. Res. 44: 404–412
Angela Strecker and Julian Olden. 2014. Fish Species Introductions Provide Novel Insights into the Patterns and Drivers of Phylogenetic Structure in Freshwaters. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20133003.
Alan Yeakley, et al. (eds.) 2014. Wild Salmonids and the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest. Springer, 270pp.
Matthew Duveneck*, Robert Scheller, Mark White, Stephen Handler, and Catherine Ravenscroft. 2014. Climate change effects on northern Great Lake (USA) forests: A case for preserving diversity. Ecosphere 5(2):23
*ESM Graduate students
For a list of publications click HERE
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