Each year, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences students conduct and participate in research projects that result in publications. This list, updated annually, details some of the publications involving SEFS students, during their time at the school, since 2018:
Miller, C, O’Neill, S, Rorig, M, and E Alvarado. Air-quality challenges of prescribed fire in the complex terrain and wildland urban interface surrounding Bend, Oregon. 2019, Atmosphere, Vol. 10 (515).
James, JN, Kates, N, Kuhn, CD, Littlefield, C., Miller, CW, Bakker, JD, Butman, DE, and RD Haugo. The effects of forest restoration on ecosystem carbon in western North America: A systematic review. 2018, Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 429(1).
Lu, X, Zheng, G, Miller, C, and E Alvarado.Combining multi-source remotely sensed data and a process-based model for forest aboveground biomass updating. 2017, Sensors, Vol. 17(9).
Miller, C, King, G, Liu, YR, Harrison, R, Turnblom, E, and D Zabowski. Assessing Douglas-fir seedling establishment using two modified Forestry Reclamation Approaches in the Pacific Northwest. 2015, Forests, Vol. 6(8).