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Z Grabowski, Eric Waton, and Heejun Chang published a paper titled "Using spatially explicit indicators to investigate watershed characteristics and stream temperature relationships" in the Science of the Total Environment (2016) 376-388

Using spatially explicit indicators to investigate watershed characteristics and stream temperature relationships

Z Grabowski, Eric Waton, and Heejun Chang (2016) 

Some Portable Sundials and Their Roman Owners: Issues of Intellect and Values


Keynote Address of the 47th Annual MeetingClassical Association of the Pacific Northwest (CAPN) 

Kevin Van Meter, Geography faculty, authored an op-ed, "The Meaning of 1984 and Brave New World in These Trumpian Times," published in Truth-Out.org, Feb. 15.

Kevin Van Meter, Geography faculty, authored an op-ed, "The Meaning of 1984 and Brave New World in These Trumpian Times," published in Truth-Out.org, Feb. 15.

Natural and Unnatural Disasters: 3/11, Asbestos, and the Unmaking of Japan's Modern World

The PSU Center for Japanese Studies Presents

Dr. Brett L. Walker, Montana State University


February 9, 2017

6pm | 296/8 Smith Memorial Student Union

Free and Open to the Public

Co-sponsored by Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas)

And with support from the United States-Japan Foundation

Heejun Chang, Geography faculty, and student Ryan Bonnette authored a paper titled "Climate Change and Water-Related Ecosystem Services: Impacts of Drought in California, USA" published in Ecosystem Health and Sustainability, Dec. 27.

Heejun Chang, Geography faculty, and student Ryan Bonnette authored a paper titled "Climate Change and Water-Related Ecosystem Services: Impacts of Drought in California, USA" published in Ecosystem Health and Sustainability, Dec. 27.

The Oregonian: Are urban coyote sightings on the rise in the Portland area?

Read the original story in The Oregonian. 

Have you seen a coyote roaming your neighborhood? Or maybe you've logged on to Nextdoor and seen posts from your neighbors about wild canines in the area? If you have a sneaking suspicion that coyotes are suddenly everywhere, you're not alone.

Capital Press: Portland’s urban coyotes become a university research project

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Coyotes are a fairly common sight in rural areas of the Pacific Northwest and Northern California, and landowners might instinctively reach for the rifle if they see one in the pasture or sniffing around the barn.