6th Annual College of Forest Resources
Graduate Student Symposium

University of Washington, Seattle
March 6, 2009

Streaming Video Presentations


Time

Graduate Education for Future Natural Resource Educators, Scientists, and Professionals
B. Bruce Bare, Dean, College of Forest Resources

8:41
2009 College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium: Keynote Address
Dr. Robert Paine, Professor Emeritus of Zoology, University of Washington
35:05
Measuring plant physiological responses to an expected urban CO2 dome
Nicole Hackman
14:12
Investigating the impact of circular migrations on HIV transmission dynamics
Aditya khanna
16:24
Abiotic and biotic aspects of recovery of biological soil crusts in sagebrush steppe experiencing frequent Fires
Eva Dettweiler-Robinson
15:40
Differences in plant species diversity, spatial heterogeneity, and water quality dynamics between planted and unplanted constructed wetlands
Jake Grossman
16:10
Restoring highly degraded habitats for rare species in Puget Sound prairies
Eric Delvin
15:05
Comparing phenotypic plasticity of native and exotic asteraceae under varying soil nitrogen levels
Rachel M. Mitchell
12:48
Phytoremediation of chlorpyrifos by populus and salix -
Keum Young Lee
14:12
Application of ceramic membranes to recovery of high value hemicellulose from alkaline peroxide pretreated wheat straw
Hong Lin
18:02
Long-term effects of nitrogen fertilization on subsequent stands of Douglas-fir in the Pacific Northwest
Paul Footen
18:16
Nest predation by common ravens on greater sage-grouse in relation to land cover in western Wyoming
Vivian Bui
13:41
Spatially forecasting climate change effects on coldwater fishes: A proposal
Aaron Ruesch
15:35
Variability of coastal cutthroat trout abundance and LiDAR-derived channel morphometry in headwater catchments
Jason Walter
22:17