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D. Haugo. Ph.D. dissertation (2010), University of Washington. Causes and
consequences of conifer invasion into Pacific Northwest grasslands. PDF. Related publications: Request reprints
D. Haugo. M.S. thesis (2006), University of Washington.
Vegetation responses to conifer encroachment in a dry, montane meadow:
a chronosequence approach. Related publication: PDF
M. Rice. Ph.D. dissertation (2009), Oregon State University.
Forest-meadow dynamics in the central western Oregon Cascades: Topographic,
biotic, and environmental change effects. Link. Related publication: Request reprint
L. Lang. M.S. thesis (2006), University of Washington.
The soil seed bank of an Oregon montane meadow: consequences of
conifer encroachment and implications for restoration. Related publications: PDF
Shan Kothari. Independent research (2013), Michigan State University. Causes of species compositional change in a montane meadow restoration experiment. NSF Research Experience for
Case. Senior thesis (2012), Princeton University. Gopher
disturbance and plant community dynamics in montane meadows. Becky Colvin Memorial Award. Poster. Related publication: Request reprint. Also see: Princeton
Environmental Institute news article.
Kilanowski. Independent research (2009), St. Lawrence University.
Vegetation responses to pile burning following conifer removal from
a montane meadow. Related publication: PDF
Kaas (formerly Sheena Hillstrom). Independent research
(2007-2008), Washington State University. Effects of burn treatments
on vegetation and soil following conifer removal from a montane
meadow. Ecological Society of
for Ecology Education, Diversity and Sustainability (SEEDS). Related publication: PDF
Griffin. Independent research (2007), University of Maine.
Plant diversity in bunchgrass meadows: an analysis of the intermediate
disturbance hypothesis through gopher mounds. NSF Ecosystem Informatics
State University EcoInformatics Summer Institute.
Smith. Independent research (2005), University of Washington.
Effects of conifer encroachment and changes in forest structure
on understory light.
Niederer. Independent research (2004), Cornell University.
Gopher disturbance in meadows: effects on species diversity and
heterogeneity. NSF Research Experience for
Fellowship. Related publication: Request reprint
Nicolas J. Kremer. Independent research (2013), Bordeaux Sciences Agro, France. Conifer reinvasion of montane meadows following experimental tree removal and prescribed burning. Request reprint
Ma. Independent research (2005), Sichuan University (Chengdu).
Vegetation dynamics in a montane meadow: effects of conifer encroachment.
University of Washington-Sichuan University Undergraduate Exchange
Steer, Tina Volkl, and Katrin Wendt. Undergraduate research
internships (2004), University of Applied Sciences, Department of
Forest Science and Forestry, Freising, Germany.
Frank and Marcus Koch. Undergraduate research internships
(2003), University of Applied Sciences, Department of Forest Science
and Forestry, Freising, Germany.
High school students
Liam Beckman and Shannon Ritz. Independent research (2013), Sandy High School, Sandy, Oregon. Plant recovery in burn scars following tree removal from a Cascade Range Meadow. NSF Research Assistantships for High School Students (RAHSS). Poster. Related publication: Request reprint