Funded Research Projects: Sustainable Resource Management

The Sustainable Resource Management (SRM) interest group focuses on developing an integrated set of skills that concentrates on silvicultural principles and practices, business management and quantitative methods, and operations research. Field Trip at Young Plantation
 
2016 McIntire Stennis

Accounting for habitat range shifts in species conservation planning

Aligning processing capacity and market demand with fuel reduction and ecosystem restoration projects

Analysis of Tradeoffs among Wetland Ecosystem Services in Le Sueur Watershed (South Minnesota)

Analyzing Environmental Changes in Interior Alaska (1982-2014)

Assessing international market trends, opportunities, and threats for the U.S. softwood lumber industry

Bureau of Land Management Precision Forestry Cooperative

Center for Advanced Forestry Systems: Phase II

Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest and Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission joint appointment

Climate and Human Dynamics as Amplifiers of Natural Change: A Framework for Vulnerability Assessment and Mitigation Planning

Climate Change Applications in National Forests

Development of Silvicultural Systems for the Pacific Northwest

DNR Swiss Needle Cast Study

Emerging forest products markets: An analysis of Vietnam, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia

Forks GIS Services 2017

HEBO LTEP remeasurement

Improved methods for monitoring type 3 watershed stream carbon chemistry

J Halofsky/USFS-Interagency Personnel Agreement

KCP-SEFS Forest Management Partnership

Mount Rainier Institute: Greater Puget Sound Schools

North Pacific Coast Lead Entity

Optimizing Carbon, Timber and Cultural Values for Provision of Ecosystem Services in Alaskan Forests

Optimizing forest and road networks to minimize sediment loads and to protect somonid habitat in the face of climate change

PFC Carbon Monitoring Systems RJVA

PhoDar at Panther Creek Research Plots

Spatial Optimization of Sampling Design to Monitor Forest Carbon in Interior Alaska, United States

Stand Management Cooperative

The New Northwest Environmental Forum

The New Northwest Environmental Forum

The Western Mountain Initiative: Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in Western mountain Ecosystems

Thermal Modification of Hemlock Lumber

Understanding and Modeling Competition Effects on Tree Growth and Stand Development Across Varying Forest Types and Management Intensities

Using Airborne LiDAR to Assess, Compare, and Contrast Forested Landscapes

Washington Coast Sustainable Salmon Partnership

Waste to Wisdom: Utilizing forest residues for the production of bioenergy and bioproducts