CFR Graduate Student Symposium: "Come share your great notion"

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College of Forest Resources, Anderson Club Room: February 25, 2005

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2005 Graduate Student Symposium

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UW CFR Graduate School A World of Opportunity - Reene Brooks
23:14
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Seed bank dynamics of an Oregon montane meadow: Consequences of conifer invasion -Nicole Lang
14:18
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Hey, where’d all those trees come from? Causes and consequences - Ryan D. Haugo
15:00
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A multi-index prioritization process for conservation projects on Vashon-Maury Islands - Bianca Perla
12:32
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The effects of competing vegetation control on the early growth of Douglas-fir on a highly productive site in coastal Washington - Kyle Petersen
15:43
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Fundamental Study of Kraft Pulp Uniformity - Ming Qiao
9:47
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Evaluating the management implications of research - Finn Krogstad
16:23
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The ecological consequences of knotweed invasion into riparian forests - Lauren Urgenson
13:29
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Fungal endophytes: What are they and what is their function? - Amy Ramsey
14:54
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Dynamic modeling and control of kraft pulp bleaching - J. Robert Lewis
12:46
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Estimating response of Douglas-fir to urea in western Oregon and Washington - E.B. Sucre
12:02
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Understanding rural character at the urban/rural interface - Jenna Tilt
13:05
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The importance of growth plasticity in facilitating plant invasions - Wendy Gibble
12:50
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How stream network predictions change using increasing topograph - Adam Mouton
11:47
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A case study of federal leaders managing organizational change - Nick Spang
11:57
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Fusion of 3-D LIDAR and low altitude aerial photos, A case study in Capitol Forest, WA - Akira Kato
15:49
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Conifer tree seedling coexistence following fire in the central western Oregon Cascade Range, USA - Andrew J. Larson
14:15
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The effects of riparian harvesting on headwater streams in western Washington - Garrett Liles
19:11
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Factors influencing understory Douglas-fir vigor in multi-cohort prairie colonization stands at Fort Lewis, Washington - Derek Churchill
18:06
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Farm-to-college programs: A survey and comparison with the University of Washington - Sarah Murray
15:40
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Effect of marine-derived nutrients from spawning salmon on seasonal changes in structure and function of the macroinvertebrate community of Kennedy Creek - Jon M. Honea
18:04
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acknowledgements

The 2005 symposium was made possible by generous support from the College of Forest Resources and CFR Graduate Student Association. Several CFR graduate students helped plan and run the symposium, including Mitchell Almaguer-Bay, Kristine Cramer, Phil Higuera, Lesley Hoare, Garrett Liles, Jeremy Littell, Adam Mouton, Sarah Murray, Bianca Perla, Amy Ramsey, Lin Robinson, and John Withey.

Filming was done by Adam Mouton, Amy Ramsey, and Garrett Liles. Streaming video was created by Adam Mouton with the help of the Rural Technology Initiative using Microsoft Producer for PowerPoint 2003.

The 2004 symposium was organized by a volunteer group of CFR graduate students: Alicia Robbins, Amy Ramsey, Ara Erickson, Bill Webb, Derek Beauchemin, Garrett Liles, Kristine Cramer, Mariano Amoroso, Michael Case, Mitchell Almaguer-Bay and Sarah Murray.

 

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