“What was your favorite class?”
For graduates of the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SEFS), few questions draw a more mischievous smile. It’s no wonder when your courses included tracking wolves in Yellowstone or rock-scrambling through the Cascades.
This past summer, a five-person crew from the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SEFS) set out to conduct research along the Rogue River in Oregon. Working as part of Professor Monika Moskal’s Remote Sensing and Geospatial Analysis Laboratory, the students collected data of red tree vole habitat for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) from May to September.Read more
From The Seattle Times, December 16, 2012:
Dr. William H. Hatheway died peacefully at the age of 89 on Tuesday, December 11, 2012, at his Mercer Island home of 42 years.
Starting on January 9, 2013, Director Tom DeLuca will kick off the SEFS Seminar Series (SEFS 550F) for the Winter Quarter with an introduction and the first topic, “Nitrogen dynamics in boreal ecosystems.” Check out the rest of the schedule below, and mark your calendars today!Read more
Late autumn is a special time of year. For many of us, the season stirs the reflection and anticipation mirrored in the natural cycles that surround us. Leaves once engaged in photosynthesis and the creation of wood mass are shriveling and falling to the earth.Read more