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Pacific Northwest Research Station

 
 
 
Pacific Northwest Research Station
1220 SW 3rd Ave.
Portland, OR 97204

(503) 808-2100

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Land and Ecosystem Management

 

 

Team Directory

Ares Adrian Anderson, Paul
Research Forester
PNW Research Station,
Corvallis, OR
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Sample: I have a wide range of research interests in forest ecology including impacts of fixed- and variable-density thinning on upland and riparian vegetation. I also work for a project aimed to determine thinning effects on water-use efficiency of riparian trees and understory plants using tree-ring analysis and stable carbon and hydrogen isotopes.
Valerie Banner Placeholder Banner, Valerie
General Biologist
PNW Research Station
Corvallis, OR
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Brad Catton Catton, Brad
Need position
PNW Research Station
Corvallis, OR
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I have a wide range of research interests in forest ecology including impacts of fixed- and variable-density thinning on upland and riparian vegetation. I also work for a project aimed to determine thinning effects on water-use efficiency of riparian trees and understory plants using tree-ring analysis and stable carbon and hydrogen isotopes.
Donni McKay McKay, Donni
Biological Sciences Technician
PNW Research Station Corvallis, OR
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DanielMikowski Mikowski, Daniel
General Biologist
PNW Research Station
Corvallis, OR
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Pete Bisson

Polivka, Karl
Research Fisheries Biologist
PNW Research Station
Wenatchee, WA
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Jane Smith Smith, Jane
Botanist
PNW Research Station
Corvallis, OR
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My research explores: (1) fire severity and postfire treatment effects on soil microbial communities in ponderosa pine forests, (2) response of soil fungi to restoration thinning and prescribed fire, (3) biological and functional diversity of mycorrhizal fungi in pine forests with impending climate change, (4) microbial interactions with native and nonnative plant species, and (5) fungal diversity in old-growth and younger managed stands.
Andy Youngblood Youngblood, Andrew
Research Forester
PNW Research Station
La Grande, OR
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My research is on silviculture and disturbance ecology, and centers around three broad topics: (1) enhancing management options for restoring and managing forests and landscapes in the Pacific Northwest; (2) quantifying the consequences of fire and fire surrogate treatments for fuel reduction and forest restoration in fire-prone forests throughout the United States; and (3) enhancing management options for regenerating, restoring, and managing boreal stands and landscapes in Alaska. I also have responsibility for administering facilities and research activities at Pringle Falls Experimental Forest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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