Terrestrial Restoration Ecology Lab

People

The Terrestrial Restoration Ecology Lab currently includes the following people.

David R. M. Scott Associate Professor, and Principal Investigator.

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E-mail: jbakker@uw.edu

Allison Rossman

MSc student (2014-present); co-advised by Dr. Charlie Halpern.  Studying vegetation responses to dry forest restoration treatments.

PhD candidate (2011-present).  Studying the ecology of a rare parasitic plant.

PhD candidate (2013-present).  Studying plant-insect interactions.

E-mail: arossman@uw.edu

E-mail: natals2@uw.edu

E-mail: nhaan@uw.edu

MSc student (2013-present).  Studying the effects of prescribed fire on vegetation structure and spatial heterogeneity.

E-mail: kch24@uw.edu

Loretta Fisher

MSc student (2015-present) and Hourly Technician (2013-2015).  Studying the biochemistry of prairie organisms.

E-mail: Loretta.fisher@gmail.com

Post-doc (2013-present); co-supervised by Dr. Charlie Halpern.  Studying dry forest restoration.

E-mail: lsu@uw.edu

Kelly Broadlick

MEH student (2015-present).  Studying the germination ecology of Carex inops and Carex tumulicola.

E-mail: kbroadli@uw.edu

Raona Mecka

Undergradauate student (2014-present).

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Will Mooreston

Undergradauate student (2014-present).

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Cáelan Sky

Undergradauate student (2015).

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John Vincent

Post-doc (2015-present); co-supervised by Dr. Matt Davies .  Studying vegetation dynamics in the sagebrush steppe.

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