The Dead Elk Society is hosting a free breakfast for School of Environmental and Forest Sciences graduate students on Friday, Nov. 1. The breakfast will be held from 8:30-10:30 a.m. in the Forest Club Room (Anderson 207).Read more
UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences assistant professor Indroneil Ganguly was recently featured in a South Sound Business story about how working forests help inform scientists about climate change.
The story detailed how Ganguly led research, supported by the Washington Forest Protection Association (WFPA), that highlighted that after trees have been harvested and turned into finished products (like lumber and furniture), wood products keep a large proportion of the tree carbon.
On Oct. 30, the UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences will welcome Kevin Anchukaitis, associate professor of geography and development at the University of Arizona. He will present “Volcanic Influences on the Climate of the Common Era.” This seminar is held in partnership with UW’s Quaternary Research Center (QRC).Read more
On Oct. 23, the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences will welcome Andres Weintraub, professor of industrial engineering at the University of Chile, as the SEFS Seminar speaker. The seminar begins at 3:30 p.m.Read more
In Washington state, it’s commonplace to hear about invasive species. After all, there are more than 450 nonnative, plant-eating insect species living in North American forests. While many of these insects are harmless, it’s difficult for scientists to predict which of these insects will cause harm.Read more
Northwest biofuels have a new fan: Dave the giraffe!
Dave, one of the giraffes at the Woodland Park Zoo, starred in a recent video in which he eats leaves from a hybrid poplar tree in the Giraffe Barn, a behind-the-scenes location at the Zoo.
Applications are now being accepted for the National Science Foundation’s Coastal Rainforest Margins Research Network (CRMRN) workshop that will be held at the Olympic Natural Resources Center (ONRC) in Forks. ONRC is a research center within the UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences.Read more
A UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences-led project has been named part of the 2019 NASA Carbon Monitoring Program.
The project, “Teal Carbon Stakeholder-Driven Monitoring of Forested Wetland Carbon,” is led by L.
On Oct. 16, the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Seminars will welcome Berry Brosi, Ph.D., associate professor at Emory University, who will present, “Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: The Role of Behavioral and Morphological Plasticity.”
The seminar begins at 3:30 p.m.