College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium

College of Forest Resources
Graduate Student Symposium

University of Washington, Seattle
February 23, 2007

Streaming Video Presentations

Time

Research agenda for the future
B. Bruce Bare, Dean, College of Forest Resources

10:03

Processes and pathways of graduate education
Dr. Nalini M. Nadkarni, Faculty Evergreen State College,
President of International Canopy Network, SFR alum (PhD 1983)

33:51
Comparison of qualitative and quantitative measurements of cobble embeddedness in Pacific Northwest streams
Bethany Plewe, CFR Graduate Student
12:53
Understanding interactions between federal wildland fire managers and the scientific community: Ideals versus reality
Anna Hohl, CFR Graduate Student
8:54
Seeking diversity in young forests: A remote sensing and landscape analysis of exurban and rural King County’s second-growth forests
Van R. Kane, CFR Graduate Student
10:30
Community properties and plant species invasions during early secondary succession
Aldo Compagnoni, CFR Graduate Student
10:21
High school botany program at the Washington Park Arboretum
Patrick Schwartzkopf, CFR Graduate Student
9:10
Flora and substrates of burned areas in southwest Tierra del Fuego, Chile: Composition and edge effects
Mark Swanson, CFR Ph.D. Candidate
17:30
Substrate effects on forest understory plant biomass and morphology
Laura Six, CFR Graduate Student
12:17
Investigation of a freshwater mussel die-off in a Puget Lowland Creek
Arden Thomas, CFR Graduate Student
12:28
Who are the new forest landowners in Pierce County, Washington?
Lindsay Malone, CFR Graduate Student
13:09
Integrating small footprint LiDAR data into forest inventory and analysis in Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
Yuzhen Li, CFR Graduate Student
13:02
Do your observations support your implications? How would you know?
Finn Krogstad, CFR Ph.D. Candidate
10:59
Julia Helen Tracy, CFR Graduate Student
13:22
Improving short term predictions of Douglas-fir growth in eastern Washington by incorporating weather variability
Andrew D. Hill, CFR Ph.D. Candidate
15:05
Wrapping LiDAR points to identify individual trees and tree parameters
Akira Kato, CFR Graduate Student
13:09
LiDAR-based species identification
Sooyoung Kim, CFR Ph.D. Candidate
13:42
Washington’s future timber supply and its impact on wildlife habitat: Comparison of wildlife habitat availability under alternative forest management scenarios
Hiroo Imaki, CFR Graduate Student
13:13