- Arts & Sciences Home
- Dean's Office
- Faculty & Staff
- Environmental Studies and Sciences Home
- Mission and Goals
- Majors and Minor
- Faculty and Staff
- Partner Programs
- Seminars and Upcoming Events
- Contact Us
Matzek and colleagues received a 10,000 Euro grant to examine carbon credits under different forest management practices in the Rhone Valley.
Carlos presented a poster on the increases in extreme hydrologic events under climate change at the American Geophysical Union's annual conference.
A stream temperature model developed by ESS faculty member Iris Stewart and colleagues enables stream temperature forecasts under climatic changes for different ecological provinces in the Columbia River Basin.
Chris Bacon (ESS) and colleagues found that tree density and carbon stocks declined over the decade-long study, but diversity of tree species remained unchanged.
ESS faculty member Virgnia Matzek and colleagues investigate how much scientific research is aimed at serving natural resource managers.
ESS faculty member Virginia Matzek and colleagues find that ecological restoration can be financed by carbon credits on public lands.