The 2019 Sustaining Our World Lecture welcomes Dorceta Taylor, the James E. Crowfoot Collegiate Chair and the Director of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion at the University of Michigan‘s School for the Environment and Sustainability (SEAS).Read more
An adult gray wolf is caught on a wildlife camera in eastern Washington in 2015.University of Washington
As gray wolves continue to make a strong comeback in Washington state, their presence is impacting other animals, particularly the ones these large carnivores target as prey.Read more
Hancock Forest Management, the property management subsidiary of Hancock Timber Resource Group, is hosting an informational session with lunch for students from noon to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5 in Anderson room 207.Read more
University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences associate professor Laura R. Prugh is a co-author of a paper that used NASA satellite data to study the movement of wildlife.Read more
Courtesy of ESA The cover of the Ecosphere journal that features Harvey’s article.
Brian Harvey, assistant professor with the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, is one of three authors of a new article recently published in the Ecological Society of America‘s journal Ecosphere.Read more
Russell Kramer, SEFS graduate student, in his element at the canopy.
“If you haven’t been to see the old trees, then nothing I can write will prepare you for their sheer size,” reads a passage from a recent blog post on the Canopy Watch International blog.Read more
A group photo from the SSAFR 2017 held in Suquamish, Washington
In collaboration with the University of Chile’s Institute of Complex System’s Engineering and the SuFoRun Consortium, the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences’ Precision Forestry Coop is co-organizing the 18th Symposium on Systems Analysis in Forest Resources (SSAFR) for the second time.Read more
Northeast Alaska’s Yukon Flats region, seen with fall colors. David Butman/University of Washington
New research conducted by students and an associate professor from the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences has found that Arctic lakes are giving off less carbon than expected.Read more
Congratulations to the University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences assistant professor Brian Harvey who was awarded funds from the UW’s Royalty Research Fund (RRF) to study post-fire recovery in an area recently burned near Mount Rainier.Read more