In the Harvey Lab at the University of Washington, we conduct research examining how disturbances (e.g., fires and insect outbreaks) and climate interact to shape forest ecosystems. We are particularly interested in how the frequency, size, and severity of disturbances changes over time and space, and what those changes mean for forest structure, function, and ecosystem services. By testing and advancing theory in forest ecology, landscape ecology, and disturbance ecology, we connect scientific understanding to effective forest management.


Dr. Brian J. Harvey
Assistant Professor
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
University of Washington
Box 352100
Seattle, WA 98195 (USA)

Email: bjharvey@uw.edu
Phone: 206-685-9929
Cell: 650-521-1988
Twitter: @Brian_J_Harvey

Office: 244 Bloedel Hall
Lab: 340 Bloedel Hall

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