Lab Alumni: Graduate Students
Alex Pane (Ph.D., 2023) Bark
beetle and defoliator interactions across Pacific
Lila Westreich (Ph.D. 2021) Native
solitary bee health in western Washington.
Michael Bradshaw (Ph.D., 2020) Epidemiology and biology of powdery mildews and their host plants.
Ryan Garrison (M.S., 2020). Optimizing management guidelines for the non-native azalea lace bug on Rhododendron species in western Washington.
Jacob Betzen (M.S., 2018). Bigleaf maple decline in western Washington.
Sean Callahan (M.S., 2017). Effects of traffic-derived Cu pollution and climate change on arboreal Collembola in Western Washington, USA.
Michael Freeman (M.S., 2017). The role of abiotic and biotic factors in Douglas-fir decline in the western Cascades, Washington.
Riley Metz (M.S., 2017). Effects of temperature and host distribution on gypsy moth growth rates along its expanding population front.
Marisa Bass (M.F.R., 2016). Comprehensive five-year harvest and transportation plan for Hancock Forest Management's Tahoma Client.
Lab Alumni: Undergraduate Students
Camille Cubé (Senior Thesis, 2023).
Post-fire Vespidae communities in eastern
Mia Taylor (Senior Thesis,
2022). Investigating effects of urbanization
and habitat type on Arthropod and Coleoptera
assemblages in Seattle, Washington.
Diane Shi Wang (Senior Thesis, 2021). Spatial analysis of climate change effects on hemlock woolly adelgid and eastern hemlock.
Adara Schneider (Senior Thesis, 2020). Biology and ecology of invasive insects on conifers.
Morgan Mackenzie (Senior Thesis, 2019). Insect predators and natural enemies in the Union Bay Natural Area, and their changes along the native-nonnative plant community gradient.
Marisa De Luccia (Senior Thesis, 2019). Quantifying the effectiveness of chemical treatment on Lysimachia vulgaris in King County, WA.
Sabrina Gilmour (Senior Thesis,
2019). Effects of increased temperatures
and CO2 on powdery mildew virulence and
Helen Kesting (Senior
Thesis, 2019). Effect of land cover on pollen
provisions of the native solitary bee, Osmia
Kaisja Gifford (Senior Thesis, 2017). Apples and moths: Phenological asynchrony of plants and insects as a result of climate change.
Ceci Henderson (Senior Thesis, 2017). The grapes of wrath: Invasion potential of Lobesia botrana (European grapevine moth) in Washington State vineyards under varying climate change scenarios.
Grace Masaoka (Senior Capstone Project, 2017). Investigation of the western sword fern disappearance in Seward Park.
Constance Lin (Senior Capstone Project 2016). Microarthropod species richness and abundance in epiphytic communities along an urban to wildland gradient in Western Washington.
Rachel DeCordoba (Senior Thesis, 2016). Spatial and climate analysis of bigleaf maple decline in Western Washington.
Alex Blumenfeld (Senior Capstone Project 2016). Modelling the drivers of invasion in North American non-native insects.
Kaitlin Stair (Senior Capstone Project, 2015). Consumptive and non-consumptive effects of a generalist predator on larval prey growth.