Master of Environmental Studies

MES Thesis Presentation Schedule

The public is welcome to attend any MES thesis presentation.

Dates and times are subject to change.

Summer 2014 thesis presentations
Wednesday, August 27, 4pm-5:45pm
Lecture Hall 3

4pm-4:15pm - Kim Benedict, Motivations of Community Gardeners in Thurston and Pierce Counties, Washington State. Reader: Martha Henderson

4:15-4:30pm - Matthew Anderson, Residential Irrigation in Olympia, Washington: An Evaluation of Local Water Conservation Policy and User Behavior, Reader: Martha Henderson

4:30pm-4:45pm - Rachel Stendahl, Examining the Ship Strike Risk of Humpback Whales in Northern Washington State, Reader: Carri LeRoy

4:45pm-5:00pm - Leif Wefferling, Forage Fish Spawning in a Changing Environment: Restoring Ecological Form and Function in the Elwha Nearshore, Reader: Carri LeRoy

5:00pm-5:15pm - James Harrington, Quantifying Land Use Disturbance Intensity (LDI) in the Skokomish River Watershed, Reader: Carri LeRoy

5:15pm-5:30pm - Drissia Ras, A Laboratory Assessment of Biosand/Kanchan Arsenic Water Filters, and Their Effects on Community Development, Reader: Carri LeRoy