“The Effects of Sex and Season on Prey Composition of Cougars (Puma concolor) in Western Washington”
S. Herzberger/ Prof. Wirsing
Autumn 2020 Capstone Presentation Dec. 10th
My name is Meike Buhaly and I’m a master’s student in SEFS working under Gregory Ettl. I’m in search of a few field and remote volunteers to aid in collecting data for my thesis research which is focused on native seedling response to varying light and soil moisture conditions.
Registration is required; RSVP here!Read more
Pacific Northwest Invasive Plant Council (PNW IPC) is looking for Early Detection Rapid Response (EDRR) scientists! The EDRR Citizen Science Invasive Plant Program is an action-oriented volunteer citizen science program that directly addresses the invasive species threat.Read more
Please join us for our Autumn 2019 capstone poster event.
Stop by AND 207 anytime between 2pm-3pm, to find out more about the interesting projects below!
Examining Human Impact on Canada Geese (Branta Canadensis)
Anderson 207 will be set up with Easels and Poster boards, clips, etc.
You should ideally come about 20 minutes before to get set up, we will have the room set up before this.
Save the Date for the largest ESRM Capstone Event EVER… June 6th 2-4pm in Anderson 207/Forest Club Room
June 6th, Thursday
And 207 (and probably a bit down the hall)
48 capstone posters:
Fire, Ecology, Elk, Amphibians, Mountain Spirit, Sword Ferns, Endophytes, Biosolids….(“birds and snakes, and aeroplanes”)
Students will be standing by their posters to tell you about their work and answer any questions you may have, please stop by.
ESRM Senior Capstone PowerPoint Presentation: The Impacts of Climate Change on Pathogenic Fungus, June 7th 330-430pm Wink 107
The Impacts of Climate Change on Pathogenic Fungus: Affects of Increased Temperature and CO2 on Powdery Mildew
Presenter: Sabrina Gilmour
Advisor: Dr. Patrick Tobin & PhD. Candidate Michael Bradshaw
Capstone Thesis Presentation
Study Abroad Program (Summer 2019):
Program on the Environment Taiwan: Exploring Environmental and Social Resilience
Travel around Taiwan to explore cases of social and environmental resilience. Interact with local students, experts, and communities to compare resilience and adaptation challenges and strategies between Taiwan and Washington State.