Advanced Research in Environmental Studies with L. Calabria

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Spring 2018 Thesis Presentations

 

Tuesday, May 22, 4-6 pm, Purce Lecture Hall 3

 

4:00    Kyle McCormick, “Fish assemblages in Zostera Marina” (John Withey)

 

4:20    Tyler Goodman, “Understanding amphibian behavior: Diel cover use patterns in alpine lakes with and without salmonids” (John Withey)

 

4:40    Tara Newman, “Changes in water-associated bird abundance on Capitol Lake and Budd Inlet from 1987 to 2017” (John Withey)

 

5:00    BREAK

 

What Are Trees For? Forest Ecology and Resource Conflicts

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In this program we will study forest-related conflicts from scientific, economic, cultural, and conflict management perspectives.

Forests have long been a central part of the economy in the state of Washington. They also help provide us with clean air and water, protect against erosion, and serve as wildlife habitat. Consequently, economic incentives favor harvesting forest trees, while environmental concerns argue for preservation. Similar competing interests exist in forests throughout the world.

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