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Selected presentations
  Fish Growth and the Gut-Brain Axis by Dr. Brian Small, Associate Professor, Department of Animal Science, Food and Nutrition, Southern Illinois University
 
  Amino acid nutrition in fish and other physiological musings by Dr. Alejandro Buentello, Fish Nutritionist, Vice President of Research and Aquaculture Business, Schillinger Genetics and Navita Premium Feed, Ingredients, West Des Moines, Iowa.
 
  Captive Killer Whale Survival and Health Effects: Science Informing Activism by Dr. John Jett, Dr. Jeff Ventre, and Samantha Berg, former SeaWorld trainers and cast members.
 
  Panel Discussion and Workshop: Role of Captive Wildlife in Conservation. Panel members: Samantha Berg, Dr. John Jett, and Dr. Jeff Ventre - former SeaWorld Trainers and Cast Members
 
  The accidental anthropologist by Professor Karen Stephenson, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, and President of NewForm.
 
  Seeing the trees through the forest: Using conifer growth and defense traits to inspire inquiry and management by Scott Ferrenberg, Doctoral Candidate, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Uiversity of Colorado
 
  Identity, Culture, and Environment: Research and Outreach in the Greater Yellowstone Region by Dr. Teresa Cohn, Instructor of Environmental Humanities. Environmental Humanities Graduate Program, The University of Utah
 
  Food Web Relationships in a Changing World: Science, Education, and Communication by Dr. Cristina Eisenberg, Smithsonian Research Associate, Oregon State University
 
  Achieving conservation success: Integrating biophysical processes, community engagement, and youth capital by Rebecca A. Rittenburg
 
  Forestry research, teaching, and extension by Dr. Mark Kimsey, College of Natural Resources, University of Idaho
 
  Background seminar for clinical faculty in the Renewable Materials Program, by Dr. Carl Morrow, Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences, College of Natural Resources, University of Idaho
 
  Regional inequality in transitional China: A case study of Guangdong province by Felix Liao, University of Utah
 
  The Indirect Effect of Brazil’s Agricultural Sector on Land Use in the Amazon by Dr. Peter Richards, Researcher, Brown University
 
  A place for theory: Modeling social context for spatial analysis by Dr. Steven Radil, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Ball State University
 
  Improving Idaho’s landscape ecosystem services using an integrated ecological and socio-economic modeling approach by Tara Hudiberg, Research Associate, University of Illinois, Urbana - Champaign
 
  21st century terrestrial ecosystem biogeochemical cycling by Tara Hudiberg, Research Associate, University of Illinois, Urbana - Champaign
 
  Space-time signatures of infectious diseases: Visualization and computational challenges by Dr. Eric Delmelle, Assistant Professor, Geography and Earth Sciences, University of North Carolina
 
  Sustaining ecosystem services under climate change and land use change by Dr. Melissa Lucash, Research faculty, Department of Environmental Science and Management, Portland State University
 
  Synthesizing above- and belowground processes in forest ecosystems by Dr. Melissa Lucash, Research faculty, Department of Environmental Science and Management, Portland State University
 
  Utilizing collaborative modeling to build bridges across MILES by Dr Allyson Beall King, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of the Environment, Washington State University
 
  Modeling ecosystems and their services: Bridging disciplines, world views and value systems by Dr Allyson Beall King, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of the Environment, Washington State University
 
  A Scenario-Based Introduction to Population Regulation by Dr. Ryan A. Long, Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University
 
  The Energetics of Behavior in Variable Environments: A Mechanistic Approach to Population Ecology by Dr. Ryan A. Long, Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University
 
  Identification and natural history of two important western tree species by Dr. Daniel Johnson, Duke University
 
  The critical role of hydraulics in plant function and survival by Dr. Daniel Johnson, Duke University
 
  Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) - A Brief History and Future of the World's Tallest Trees by Dr. Blair McLaughlin, Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California at Berkeley
 
  California Oaks and Climate Change: Refugia, Hotspots and the Other Side of the Hill by Dr. Blair McLaughlin, Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California at Berkeley
 
  Tall trees: Pinaceae (Pinales) by Dr. Athena McKown, University of British Columbia
 
  Untangling the details of environmental adaptation by Dr. Athena McKown, University of British Columbia
 
  Learning by Doing and the Dendrology of Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands by Dr. Henry Adams, Postdoctoral Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory.
 
  Tree Stress and Mortality from Drought by Dr. Henry Adams, Postdoctoral Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory.
 
  Animal Movements and Spatial Ecology by Dr. Robin Russell, Research Statistician, United States Geological Survey, National Wildlife Health Center, Madison, Wisconsin [*Audio begins at 20 s]
 
  The Future's Uncertain and the End is Always Near: Anticipating Disease Impacts on Wildlife by Dr. Robin Russell, Research Statistician, United States Geological Survey, National Wildlife Health Center, Madison, Wisconsin
 
  Spatial Population Ecology and Analysis by Dr. Thomas Morrison, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Biology, Wake Forest University
 
  Spatial Ecology and Management of Migratory Ungulates: Insights from Tropical and Temperate Systems by Dr. Thomas Morrison, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Biology, Wake Forest University
 
  The future of fish and wildlife sciences: Viewing challenges as opportunities by Professor Dr. John L. Koprowski, Wildlife Conservation and Management, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona
 
  Saga of Mt. Graham: Building bridges to move from monitoring to research by Professor Dr. John L. Koprowski, Wildlife Conservation and Management, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona
 
  Wildlife Habitat Flambé by Professor Carol Chambers, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University
 
  It's a good time to be a geek in science by Professor Carol Chambers, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University
 
  I have a Dream! Well, It’s more like an Action Plan by Professor Daniel L. Roelke, Departments of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, and Oceanography, Texas A&M University
 
  Aquatic Ecology in the Roelke Lab: Teaching and Research by Professor Daniel L. Roelke, Departments of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, and Oceanography, Texas A&M University
 
  Integrating Social and Ecological Systems: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Environmental Research by Travis Paveglio, Clinical Assistant Professor, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, Washington State University
 
  Multifaceted Approach to Teaching: Applying Concepts and Skills to Real-World Context by Travis Paveglio, Clinical Assistant Professor, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, Washington State University
 
  Risk and Cooperation: Restoring Fire-Prone Forests in Mixed-Ownership Landscapes by Dr. Paige Fischer, Research Social Scientist, Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Corvallis, Oregon.
 
  Knowledge is Not Enough: Teaching the Social Science of Natural Resource Conservation by Dr. Paige Fischer, Research Social Scientist, Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Corvallis, Oregon.
 
  Dynamics of Multiple Populations by Dr. Manuela González Suárez, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Conservation Biology, Estacion Biologica de Doñana-CSIC, Sevilla, Spain
 
  Why Intraspecific Trait Variation Matters in Population Ecology by Dr. Manuela González Suárez, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Conservation Biology, Estacion Biologica de Doñana-CSIC, Sevilla, Spain
 
  Introduction to Structured Population Models for Conservation and Management by Dr. Christopher Rota, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Fisheries & Wildlife Sciences, University of Missouri
 
  The Importance of Linking Population Dynamics and Resource Selection to Inform Conservation and Management by Dr. Christopher Rota, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Fisheries & Wildlife Sciences, University of Missouri
 
  Estimating Abundance Using Distance Sampling: Assumptions and Possible Sources of Bias by Dr. Jon Horne, Senior Wildlife Research Biologist, Idaho Department of Fish and Game
 
  Overcoming Challenges to Conservation and Management of Wildlife: Better Models or More Refrigerators? by Dr. Jon Horne, Senior Wildlife Research Biologist, Idaho Department of Fish and Game
 
  The More the Merrier – Allee Effects in Ecology, Conservation Biology, and Population Management by Dr. Péter K. Molnár, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University
 
  An Uncertain Future -- Mechanistic Approaches to Predicting the Ecological Impacts of Climate Change and Other Anthropogenic Influences by Dr. Péter K. Molnár, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University [Available on request]
 
  Fire in Douglas-Fir and Ponderosa Pine Forests by Camille Stevens-Rumann
 
  Fire in arctic and boreal ecosystems: Fire ecology and lessons from the past by Dr. Philip Higuera
 
  Bark beetles, wildfire, and forests by Dr. Jesse Morris
 
  Fire and disturbance interactions in subalpine forests by Kerry Kemp
 
  Oceans, Ice and Climate Change: Polar Bears by Dr. Steven Amstrup, Senior Scientist, Polar Bears International
 
  Understanding Prescribed Fire Planning and the National Fire Danger Rating System (NFDRS)
Francis Russo and Dustin Doane, US Forest Service
 
  Live Interpretation in the National Park Service: What leads to better visitor outcomes?
Dr. Robert Powell, Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, and School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences Clemson University
 
  Parks, People, Places, and Landscapes: Toward a Research Agenda
Professor Gregory Brown, Program Director, Urban and Regional Planning Program, School of Geography, Planning, and Environmental Management, University of Queensland
 
  The Ecological Implications of Eating a Chemically Defended Diet
Dr. Natasha Wiggins, Australian-American Fulbright Post-Doctoral Scholarship, Boise State University & Washington State University
 
  Rethinking sustainability: Toward a science of social ecological systems
Professor Lilian Na'ia Alessa, Director, The Resilience and Adaptive Management Group and Alaska EPSCoR, University of Alaska
 
  The role of climate and people in shaping long-term variations in fire activity
Professor of Earth Sciences and the Director of the Institute on Ecosystems, at Montana State University: Information

*Note: the room lights come on during the question period
 
  Looking homeward toward Earth: The power of perspective
Dr. Walleed Abdalati, Chief Scientist, NASA [announcement] *
Note: the room lights come on during the question period
 
  The Wolves of Isle Royale: Lessons from 50 Years of Research
Dr. John A. Vucetich, Associate Professor, School of Forest Resources & Environmental Science, Michigan Technological University (announcement)
 
  Role of Long-term Monitoring in Understanding the Serengeti Ecosystem: Alternating Effects of the El Niño Southern Oscillation on Serengeti Ecosystem Stability
Dr. Anthony R. E. Sinclair, Professor Emeritus, University of British Columbia.
 
  Strengthening the management connection through leadership, learning, and experience
Heather Heward

 
  CNR Distinguished Seminar Series
The Ents are marching: Assisted migration and adaptation of trees to a warming world
Dr. Sally N. Aitken, Department of Forest Genetics, University of British Columbia
 
  Leadership Style and Experience in Teaching, Research, and Outreach
Dr. David Greene, Department of Geography, Planning & Environment, Concordia University
 
  High resolution wildfire danger forecasting with distributed sensor networks in complex terrain
Dr. Zachary Holden, Research Scientist, US Forest Service
 
  Landscape and terrain modeling for fire management applications
Dr. Zachary Holden, Research Scientist, US Forest Service
 
  Multiscale large area satellite remote sensing of fires: mapping and characterization
Dr. Luigi Boschetti, Research Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Maryland
 
  The use and misuse of fire satellite products: An essential user guide
Dr. Luigi Boschetti, Research Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Maryland
 
  Fire Ecology in the West: Towards Quantitative Synthesis
Dr. James Lutz, Research Scientist, Forest Ecology, College of the Environment, University of Washington
 
  Uncertainty in Geospatial Fire Analysis
Dr. James Lutz, Research Scientist, Forest Ecology, College of the Environment, University of Washington
 
  Landscape dynamics and successional trajectories in an age of change fire regimes
Dr. Eva Strand, University of Idaho
 
  Spatial analysis with a wildland fire focus: Bringing a hot topic to the classroom and online
Dr. Eva Strand, University of Idaho
 
  Terramechanics of ground-based equipment
Dr. Robert Keefe, Forest Operations Modeler, Idaho National Laboratory (INL)
 
  The wood we use and how it moves: Solving three hierarchical planning problems in forestry
Dr. Robert Keefe, Forest Operations Modeler, Idaho National Laboratory (INL)
 
 

Forest Biomass Residues: Opportunities and challenges in Idaho
Professor Jay O'Laughlin, Policy Analysis Group, College of Natural Resources, University of Idaho
 
 

Beyond Consensus: Adaptive Management and Organizational Networks in Watershed Management
Richard Margerum, Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management, University of Oregon
 
 

Breaking the Cartesian Curse | (Lower bandwidth version)
Daniel Hannson, University of Idaho
 
 

The OX Ranch Project
Final student project presentations

 
    A chocolate ecotour in Costa Rica: Final class project on the natural history and culture of chocolate
Shea Henry, Tracy Schwartz, Elaine Bailey, and Page Davies

 
 

The weather and climate stressors of the 1910 fires, U.S. northern Rockies
John Abatzoglou, Department of Geography, University of Idaho
 
 

Institutions and Markets for Natural Resources: An Empirical Analysis of Governance and Logging in European Russia
Kelly Wendland, Department of Forestry and Wildlife, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
 

Opportunity Costs and Payments for Ecosystem Services
Kelly Wendland, Department of Forestry and Wildlife, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
 

Spatial Substitution Patterns and Bioeconomic Feedback Loops: An Economic Approach to Managing Inland Recreational Fisheries
Daniel Deisenroth, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University
 
 

Opportunity Cost and the No-Longer-Endangered Gray Wolf
Daniel Deisenroth, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University
 
 

Applied landscape ecology
Wendel Hann US Forest Service (retired) and the LandFire Program
 
 

How important is vegetation to hydrological cycling in northern mountains?
John W. Pomeroy, University of Saskatchewan and the Biogeosciences Institute
 
 

Service learning: Fire experience with the Nature Conservancy and partners
UI Student Association for Fire Ecology
 
 

Managing natural resources at the landscape scale - An international perspective.
William E.J. Paradice, CEO Hunter Valley Research Foundation, New South Wales, Australia
Recipient of the CNR 'International Alumni Achievement Award
 
 

Climate change, water and grassland responses
Dr. Alan Knapp, Department of Biology, Colorado State University
 
 

Amenity Migration and Climate Change: Planning for Sustainable Living in High Amenity Mountain
Dr. Romella S. Glorioso, Director, Glorioso, Moss & Associates
, Kaslo, British Columbia, Canada
 
 

Climate change 101: What it is, and how it will affect the Palouse?
Professor Von Walden, Department of Geography, University of Idaho
 
 

U.S. Fire Learning Network: Restoring the health of priority forests and grasslands
Jeremy Bailey, The Nature Conservancy
 
 

From Leopold to Potter: Or how a global bioethic grew from a land ethic
Dr. Jason Johnstone-Yellin, Department of Philosophy, University of Idaho

 
 

Landscapes of property, politics, and place: Understanding "Regions" for conservation actions
Dr. David J. Brunckhorst, Director, Institute for Rural Futures, University of New England, Australia
 
 

Keynote presentation for Celebration 100 Years of Forestry
Dale Bosworth, Emeritus Chief, US Forest Service
 
 

Designing interactive learning environments
Professor R. Robberecht, Department of Rangeland Ecology, College of Natural Resources
 
 

Los Elementos Indispensables en la Formación de Intérpretes
Professor Sam H. Ham, Department of Conservation Social Sciences, College of Natural Resources, University of Idaho.
 
 

Improving global estimates of snow through modeling and what remote sensing can do to help
Dr. Nick Rutter, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
 
 

Betting against a two-headed coin: Forecasting timber markets in an unstable economy
Professor Charley McKetta, Forest Econ, Inc. Moscow, Idaho
 
 

Multi-scale Physical Measurements of Wildland Fire
Dr. Robert Kremens from the Rochester Institute of Technology
 
 

Protecting people and property from fires in the wildland-urban interface
Jack Cohen, Research Scientist, Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory. Mr. Cohen is a noted fire scientist who was recently interviewed by National Geographic for an article describing the increasing presence of fires in the west. Sponsored by the Student Association for Fire Ecology and the Wildland Fire Program (as part of REM 426 and FOR 426). October 16, 2008.
 
 

The Trophic Cascade on Islands by Dr. John Terborgh, Duke University
The Space Matters Landscape Ecology and Conservation Seminar Series
 
 

Still in the Woods: One Forester’s Survey Redefined
Greg Fizzell, Program Coordinator for Environmental Education, Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute
2008 Recipient of the Celebrating Natural Resources Award

 

Student presentations | Master of Natural Resources | Doctoral and Master of Science

 
Master of Natural Resources (MNR) presentations
  A systems approach for restoration planning by Ian Romansky
 
  The Little Salmon River Restoration: A case study and sustainable management solutions by Brian Brooks
 
  Fuels Reduction in Riparian Areas of the Western U.S.: Is Prescribed Fire the Solution? by Brett Gamett
 
  Hatchery-Reared Rainbow Trout in Montana’s Rivers and Streams: An Analysis and Consequences of the 1974 Decision to Discontinue Stocking by Tana Nulph
 
  Increasing Community Support for Restoration Projects Through Effective Public Involvement by Lucas Baxter
 
  Urban tributaries in the Boise area: Potential for restoration of riparian zones in an urban interface by Brian Reese
 
  Planning the restoration of the Whychus Creek Floodplain by Jason Fisher
 
  The influence of oil and gas development on natural resources: Don't frack the elk by Sylvia Ringer
 
  Horizontal hydraulic fracture mining in Pennsylvania: evaluating the impact on natural resources by Christopher Gauger
 
  An examination of antler restrictions for mule deer and elk hunting in eastern Washington by Tucker Freeman
 
  Conservation leadership: A foundation for change by Andrea Porter
 
  Watershed management suitability within the Kankakee Basin by Jonathan Staldine
 
  Collaborative Workgroups in the West: Focus on the Owyhee Initiative Workgroup by Anne Moscrip
 
  Utilizing Remote Sensing to Identify Opportunities for Restoration in the Pine Creek Conservation Area by Devon Comstock
 
  Hangman Creek Watershed Analysis: Land Conservation and Restoration by Drew Reinke
 
  Interagency Conflicts over Wolf Management in Wilderness Areas by David Hammer
 
  Managing Pinyon and Juniper Woodlands to Improve Sagebrush Habitat by Valda Lockie
 
  Tendencies Towards Separating Land Uses — Why Not Integrate Instead? by Thom Dodd
 
  Human Intervention in the Nature Preserves of Northwestern  by Brian Grieger
 
  The Ecological Restoration of the Bakersfield Cactus by David Erickson
 
  The development of conservation strategies for Sidalcea hirtipes on Gifford Pinchot National Forest by Kelly Boyer
 
  Critical Factors Contributing to Large Wildfire Growth on the Superior National Forest by Brianna Schueller
 
  Addressing the Challenges of Prescribed Fire Use: The Development of the Washington Prescribed Fire Council by Megan Fitzgerald
 
  Wildland Fire Policy: Moving Towards a New Strategy for the West by Daniel Fisher
 
  Effects of habitat degradation on raptors in the Snake River Birds of Prey NCA: A look towards sustainable restoration by Tyson Miller
  Saving the Forest through the Trees: The Payette Forest Coalition Collaborative Effort by Joyce Sisson-Gamez
 
  Greater Sage-Grouse Recovery in Washington State by Jason Wells
 
  Habitat rehabilitation: The Goose Haven Wetland Enhancement Project by Thomas Prewitt
 
  Fish and Copper: The Pebble Mine Project in Southwestern Alaska by Michael Powell
 
  Maintenance of Oak/Hickory Communities in Indiana State Forests: A look into policy, ecology, & human dimensions by Andrew Reuter
 
  Fire Management for Huckleberry Sustainability in Central Oregon Wilderness Areas by Amanda Stamper
 
  Feasibility of the Coconino National Forest Travel Management Plan by Derek Drish
 
  Palouse Prairie Restoration: Analysis of Alternative Approaches by Zachary Johnson
 
  Maintaining Forest Trail Corridors in the Post-Fire Environment by Riley Stark
 
  The Evolution of the Ecology and Management of the Loggerhead Sea Turtle in South Carolina Over the Past 30 Years by Lisa Savalli
 
  Efficacy of Ohio watershed management at local and state scales by Eric Gregg
 
  Community gardens in Anchorage Alaska: Addressing food justice and security by Nicole Troyer
 
  Whitebark Pine Restoration: More Than a Technical Issue by Justin Ewer
 
  Prairie Restoration and Woody Biomass Utilization: Possibilities for an Integrated Approach by Jami Markle
 
  Ecological Consequences of Dam Failures on Small Reservoirs in Butte County, South Dakota  [available by request]
Jennifer Walker
 
  Tallgrass Prairie Ecosystems and Biofuel Production: Feasibility as a feedstock and potential impacts to biodiversity
Shawn Kelley
 
  Review of Information Provided by BLM Resource Management Plans for Wind-Energy Developments by William Knapp
 
  Analysis of Integrated Weed Management Control Methods on Public Lands by Brandt Hines
 
  Kudzu Control on Selected Military Reservations Across the Southeastern U.S.: A Critical Analysis of Management Strategies and Practices by Laura Hopkins
 
  Post-fire Forest Restoration Alternatives for Private Land in the Black Hills by Douglas Wiles
 
  Tracking Scientific Activities in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness, Everglades National Park by PJ Walker
 
  Implementing a Payment for Ecological Services Program in the Ko'olaupoko Watershed, Oahu, Hawaii: An Exploratory Case Study by Douglas Hellinger
 
  Evaluating Washington's Forests and Fish Law: How Headwater Buffers Influence Downstream Temperature
Charlotte Milling Wilson [presentation available by request]
 
  Sustainable Management of the Northern Rocky Gray Wolf Population by Hannah Trost
 
  Controlling Water Quality in the Quittapahilla Creek Watershed: A critical analysis of management practice and strategy by Erin Gahres
 
  How the Wildland Fire Decision Support System (WFDSS) is changing fire management Hannah Burgard
 
  Wilderness Hot Spring Management: Stewardship Practices and Problems at Unique High Use Destinations Andrew Larson
 
  Re-thinking Urban Stormwater at the University of Idaho: A Case Study of a Sustainable Approach to Water Resources Management in Moscow, Idaho by Anthony Ferlisi
 
  Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Wildlife Management: Policy, Issue Identification, and Recommendations for Integration by Sara Meloy
 
  Sediment Monitoring in The South Fork Salmon River 1975  - 2010: A Case Study by Gina Bonaminio
 
  Aspen Restoration in Northeastern Nevada: Is it Needed? by Kyra Walton
 
  Exploring Home Ignition and Fuel Treatment Effectiveness Using the Wildland Urban-Interface Fire Dynamics Simulator (WFDS)
Matt Ginder
 
  Land Use Decision Making In Smithfield, Utah by Brenda Smith
 
  British Columbia's Reforestation Seed Use Rates and Climate Change Adaptation by Matthew LeRoy
 
  Restoring California's Coastal Prairie: An Endangered Ecosystem by Aaron Heinberger
 
  Analysis of Aerially Delivered Firefighters into Remote Areas by Justin Jager
 
 

The US Forest Service Timber Sale - An Interdisciplinary Approach to Natural Resource Management by Wm. Jarret Winningham
 
 

Field instructor training: The case of the McCall Outdoor Science School by Bethany Lengfellner
 
 

Implementation of Natural Resource Management At Heyburn and Farragut State Parks in Idaho by Jason Story
 
 

A Case Study of Delta Waterfowl’s Predator Management Approach to Increasing Waterfowl Nesting Success by Brian Brew
 
 

Whitebark Pine Restoration: A Case Study on the Payette National Forest by Coral Tily
 
 

Biology and Management of the Mountain Pine Beetle in Southwestern Montana by Andrea Sarchet
 
 

Fire Effects on Northern Spotted Owl Habitat in Olympic National Park: A Modeling Approach by Vaughn Cork
 
 

The Removal of Growden Dam - A Case Study for Removing Deficient Dams by Janine Kuehn
 
 

Seeds of Success National Collection Analysis by Mary Byrne
 
 

Wild Swine Policy and Management: Ecological Impacts and Human Dimensions, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida by Jeremy Preston
 
 

Ecotourism: A Case Study - El Salto de Chilascó, Sierra de las Minas Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala, Central America by Chris Boldman
 
 

Threemile Creek: ecological restoration as sustainable community development by Lee Spencer
 
 

Fuel Treatments: Why they are needed and how they are effective by Ian Rickert
 
 

Wilderness in the Northern Rockies: An Analysis of the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act by Brett Haverstick
 
 

Finding a Dynamic Coexistence between Mule Deer, Elk and Cattle in the Intermountain West by Brian Edmiston
 
 

From the Monkeywrench Gang to Mainstream: Dam removal and restoration by David Lindley [*Slides only - No audio or video tracks]
 
 

Expanding Seed Collection Sites: A Case Study for the West Eugene Wetlands by Laurie Boldt [*Slides only - No audio or video tracks]

 

Doctoral and Master of Science presentations
  Ecology and Management of Columbian Sharp-tailed Grouse in Idaho: Evaluating infrared technology, statistical population reconstruction, the Conservation Reserve Program and the olfactory concealment theory by Gifford Gillette
 
  Assessing the Symbolic and Economic Value of Stream-Flow in the Salmon River Basin by Brett Miller
 
  Characterizing Biomass Burning in Shrub-steppe: Burned Area and Seasonal Trace Gas Emission Factors by Aaron Sparks
 
  Are Target Species Benefiting from Management Actions on Craig Mountain Wildlife Management Area by Zachary Swearingen
 
  Biochemical impacts of fire over four millennia in a Rocky Mountain subalpine watershed by Paul Dunnette
 
  Role of Diet, Temperature and Competition on the Quality of Kokanee Habitat in Lake Pend Oreille by Eliot Rearns
 
  Improved Assessments of Ecosystem Services through Active-Remote Sensing: Quantification of Timber and Snow Resources
by Wade Tinkham
 
 

Salmon Life History in an Altered Landscape: Reconstructing Juvenile Migration using Chemical and Structural Analysis
Samuel Bourret
 
 

Junior Smoke Jumper Program  by Chris O'Brien
 
 

Environmental risk assessment for habitats of the Egyptian northwestern coastal desert by Marwa Halmy
 
 

Creating demonstration areas and outreach workshops in fire mitigation in Valley Country, Idaho by Jennie Newman
 
 

The role of invasive freshwater opossum shrimp, Mysis diluviana, in the nutrient and food web dynamics of Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho by Timothy Caldwell
 
 

Quantifying Bidirectional Reflectance Factors for Delineating Shrub-Steppe Vegetation Functional Types across Scales from the Plant to the Landscape by Javier Naupari
 
 

Measurement of Shrub Canopy Structures Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning and Implications for Airborne LiDAR Application by Jessica Yanyin Xu
 
 

Using in-situ observations by wildland fire fighters to assess detection by MODIS by Heather Heward

 

Special presentations
 

Semester in the wild - Class of 2014
 

Semester in the wild - Class of 2013
 

Lessons from the Taylor Wilderness Research Station - Class of 2013
 
Seminar series
 Climate Change Seminar Series 2014
 

Catching up with Climate Change: State of the Science by Dr. John Abatzoglou, University of Idaho
 
  Agricultural Pests and Changing Climate in the Pacific Northwest by Professor Sanford Eigenbrode, University of Idaho
 
  Forest Ecosystem Reorganization Underway in the Southwestern US: A Preview of Global Forest Changes in the 21st Century? by Dr. Graig Allen, US Geological Survey
 
  Linking Climate Researchers with Resource Managers and Decision Makers -- Methods and Examples of Success by Professor Steven Daley-Laursen, College of Natural Resources, University of Idaho
 
  Snowpack, Irrigation, and Climate Change by Dr. Russell Qualls, Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, University of Idaho
 
  Wet Tongues and Cold Shoulders: How Global Climate Change Influenced the Height of Mountains by Dr. Brian Yanites, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Idaho
 
  Forest Disturbances and Climate Change in Southern Utah by Dr. Jesse Morris, University of Idaho
 
  Cliff's Notes for the Northwest Climate Science Center by Dr. Gustavo Bisbal, Director, Northwest Climate Science Center (NWCSC), University of Idaho
 
  The Legacy and Evolution of Climate Friendly Farming by Chad Kruger, Director, Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural Resources (CSANR), Washington State University
 
  Climate Change, Crowd-Sourcing BIG DATA, and Conserving Idaho's Coldwater Fishes in the 21st Century by Dan Issak, Research Fish Biologist, US Forest Service
 
  Methods for Regional Integrated Assessment of Climate Impacts and Adaptation by Professor John Antle, Department of Applied Economics, Oregon State University
 
  Causes and Consequences of Fire-Regime Variability from Decades to Millennia by Dr. Philip Higuera, Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences, College of Natural Resources, University of Idaho
 
  Climate Change Adaptation in Forest Ecosystems: Principles and Paradigm Shifts by David L. Peterson, Research Scientist, United States Forest Service

 

  Managing Wildlife in a Changing Climate by Leona Svancara, Idaho Department of Fish and Game

 

Science seminar series
 

Global Change Impacts on Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystems
Professor Scott Collins, Director of Sevilleta LTER, University of New Mexico
 
 

Research and Development in the Forest Service's Rocky Mountain Research Station
Dr. G. Sam Foster, Director, Rocky Mountain Research Station, USFS
 
 

Enabling Data-Intensive Environmental Research Through Cyberinfrastructure
Dr. William Michener, Director, New Mexico EPSCoR State Program
 
National Teach-In on Global Warming Solutions
    Dr. Stephen Mulkey, Moderator & Program Director
Environmental Science Program, University of Idaho, February 4-5, 2009
 
International Perspectives on Fire Science: Seminar series
    Professor Francisco Rego, Organizer & Visiting Professor
Center of Applied Ecology, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
Department of Forest Resources, University of Idaho
 

 
Rangeland Ecology seminar series
 

 
Climate change seminar series
 

Workshops

Intermountain Forest Tree Nutrition Cooperative - Annual Meetings: 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009

 

Advising symposium (restricted access: password required)

 

Other

 

Dr. Steven Brunsfeld - A presentation given June 4, 2005
 
 

Awards ceremony at the College of Natural Resources 2008
 
 

Dedication of the Thomas L. and E. Teita Reveley Geospatial Education and Research Complex.