Watersheds Research Cooperative
|W. Daniel (Dan) Edge|
W. Daniel (Dan) Edge, head of the OSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife and professor of watchable wildlife. He received a Ph.D in forestry in 1985, M.S. in wildlife biology in 1982, B.S. in forestry and B.S. in wildlife biology in 1979, all from the University of Montana . He joined the OSU faculty in 1989. His primary research interests are the impacts of forestry and agricultural practices on watchable wildlife communities.
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Thomas Maness is Cheryl Ramberg and Allyn C. Ford Dean of the College of Forestry and Director of the Oregon Forest Research Laboratory.. He received a Ph.D. in Forest Economics from University of Washington in 1989, a M.S. in Forest Operations from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in 1981, and a B.S.F. in Forest Resources Management from West Virginia University in 1979. His research has spanned three broad categories: (i) strategic land-use planning and forest tenure policy, (ii) value chain optimization and (iii) energy and climate policy. In addition to his academic accomplishments, Dr. Maness has forestry industry experience in the Pacific Northwest as a project engineer and software developer.
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Claire Montgomery is the interim department head and professor for the Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management department at OSU. She earned her Ph.D. in Economics with fields in resource economics and econometrics at University of Washington. Her research program includes: economics of forest land management for traditional wood products, biomass for energy, and biodiversity; economics of wildland fire; and econometric modeling of housing markets.
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Arne Skaugset , associate professor in the OSU Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management Department, directs the Watersheds Research Cooperative and is the principal investigator on water quality and hydrology on the Hinkle Creek Paired Watershed Study. In addition to the Hinkle Creek Study, he leads research efforts in the hydrology of forest roads and roaded watersheds, alternative design and environmental performance of aggregate surfaced forest roads,and slope stability. He received a Ph.D. in forest hydrology in 1997, B.S. in Civil Engineering in 1992, M.S. in forest hydrology in 1980 from OSU and B.S. civil engineering in 1977 from Colorado State University . His research interests revolve on finding pragmatic, applied solutions to environmental problems that result from the intensive management of forested terrain.
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Steven Tesch, Executive Associate Dean and Associate Director of the Forest Research Laboratory at the OSU College of Forestry, handles the administrative leadership for the Watersheds Research Cooperative. He received a Ph.D. in 1981, M.S. in 1975 and B.S. in 1973 from the University of Montana . His research interests are in silviculture-harvesting interactions; ecology and management of mixed conifer forests and harsh site reforestation.
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