EducationBS Environmental Science and Policy, Concentration in Conservation Biology, University of Maryland (2003)
MS, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington (2006)
PhD Candidate, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington
ResearchCurrently engaged in research that examines the ecological consequences of Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum, P. sachalinense, P. bohemicum) invasion into riparian forests.
Broader research interests include:
Publications and Technical Reports
Henck, A., Taylor, J., Hongliang, L., Yongxian, L., Qinxia,Y., Grub, B., Breslow,S.J., Robbins, A., Elliott, A., Hinckley, T., Combs, J., Urgenson, L., Widder, S., Hu X.,, Ziyu, M., Yaowu, Y., Daijun, J., Xun, L., Ya, T. 2008. Hillslope terraces and swidden agriculture in Jiuzhaigou National Park, northern Sichuan, China. Quaternary Research (submitted).
Urgenson, L. 2007. Many ways to see a landscape: Jiuzhaigou National Park. Camas Quarterly —Newsletter of the University of Washington Botanic Gardens. Fall.
Combs, J., Urgenson, L., Ma, Z. 2007. Vegetation monitoring report: ecological assessment of plant biodiversity in Jiuzhaigou National Park (Sichuan Province, China).
Freeburg, Adam, Sara Breslow, Julie Combs, Emma Flores, Steve Harrell, Tom Hinckley, Joanne Ho, Joyce LeCompte-Mastenbrooke, Eric Nassau, Alicia Robbins, Haldre Rogers, Patrick Shamberger and Lauren Urgenson, MCCE IGERT: An Experiment in International Interdisciplinary Graduate Education. AAAS, Pacific Division 88th Annual Meeting, Boise State University, Boise, ID June 17 - 21, 2007 New Humanities and Science Convergences. III: The Greening of the Disciplines (Awarded AAAS Pacific Division Rita Peterson Award in Science Education).
Invited Talks and Conferences
Administrative & ServiceSkagit River Knotweed Working Group Partner of the Year (2005)
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