Funded Research Projects: Restoration Ecology and Environmental Horticulture

The Restoration Ecology and Environmental Horticulture interest group investigates plants, soils, and their importance in the restoration of ecosystems with respect to their health, integrity, and sustainability, and the sustainable management of human-altered environments.

Restoration Site
 
2013 Seattle reLeaf Project

Assessing the Effectiveness of Core Areas for Greater Sage-grouse Conservation: a Spatially-explicit Demographic Approach Using Management and Resource Development Scenarios

BLM Rare Plant Monitoring & Seed Collecting

Climate Change Vulnerability in the Pacific Northwest: a Comparison of Three Approaches

Comparison, Integration, and Application of Diverse Methods to Create a Climate-Adaptation Conservation Planning Database for Western North America

Development, validation, and verification of new modules for corn model MaizSim and potato model SpudSim

Elwha River Revegetation 2013 - Plant Performance Study

Helping Shrub-steppe Communities Adapt to Climate Change Using Valuation of Ecosystem Services

Improved Crop Models for Climate-smart Agriculture

Incorporating Spatial Heterogeneity in Temperature into Climate Vulnerability Assessments for Coastal Pacific Rivers

Interactions Between Hemiparasites, Hosts, and Herbivores

Landscape conservation in a changing climate: Implementing and communicating research results

Leveraging Land Condition Trend Analysis (LCTA) data to understand vegetation change on military installations

Monitoring and Modeling of Climate Change Effects on Pacific Northwest Wetlands

Monitoring effectiveness of forest restoration treatments: the importance of space and time

Participation of an Environmental Postdoc in Department of Defense Projects

Plant phenology predictions for weather related risk management in major fruit, vegetable, and food crops

Rare Plant Conservation Support

Regional Native Seed Project

Showy stickseed (Hackelia venusta) recovery

Taylor's checkerspot host plant suitability study