UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Associate Professor David Butman co-authored a paper on carbon and global change that was recently published in the journal Nature Communications.
The paper, titled “Substantial decrease in CO2 emissions from Chinese inland waters due to global change,” was published in February 2021.
UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Professor Peter Kahn is featured in a new documentary about humankind and its connection to nature.
The short documentary, “Forgetting Nature,” was created by British-based filmmaker Ross Harrison and is now free to stream, according to a UW News story.
The birds are back!
UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Professor John Marzluff talked to The Seattle Times about the migratory birds we can expect to hear in our backyards over the next month.
UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Professor Sharon Doty received a large grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to understand how, at a molecular level, microorganisms within the poplar tree microbiome can affect the host plant’s health and stress tolerance.Read more
UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Associate Professor Laura Prugh will present “Wildlife DNA Discoveries” at Vashon Center for the Arts’ Talks on the Rock lecture series in partnership with Vashon Nature Center.Read more
This week, SEFS is welcoming Dr. Aerin Jacob is a conservation scientist at the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y). She designs, conducts, and communicates applied research to inform Y2Y and conservation partners across the region, including species at risk, land-use and protected areas planning, and the role of science in law and policy.Read more
UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Professor Jonathan Bakker co-authored a recently published paper on the relationship between the Taylor’s checkerspot butterfly, an endangered species, and three of its host plants.Read more
March 3 SEFS Seminar with Pinki Mondal: “Agriculture in a water-challenged world: A geospatial data science approach to inform policies”
This week, SEFS is welcoming Dr. Pinki Mondal, faculty with the University of Delaware, for the March 3 SEFS Seminar.Here
Mondal will present, “Agriculture in a water-challenged world: A geospatial data science approach to inform policies” at 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 3 via Zoom webinar: https://washington.zoom.us/j/98563161307.
UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Ph.D. student David Diaz recently authored an article on carbon neutrality and forest products for Western Forester, a publication of the Society of American Foresters.Read more
This week, SEFS will welcome Forest Health Scientist Derek Churchill with the Washington Department of Natural Resources as the SEFS Seminar speaker. He will present, “Integrating Landscape Restoration, Climate Adaptation, and Wildfire Management in Western Forests” at 3:30 p.m.Read more