Current projects

Program Priorities

New- Awarded 7/1/2020

  • Developmenet of native bee identification keys for the Pacific Northwest -- Jim Rivers
  • Assessing the response of aquatic biota to alternate riparian management practices-- Dana Warren, Ashley Coble


Ongoing - Awarded 7/1/2019

  • Early Seral Habitat Longevity in Production Forests in the Oregon Coast Range -- Matthew Betts
  • Biodiversity in Natural and Managed Early Seral Forests of Southern Oregon -- Meg Krawchuk, Matthew Betts, James Rivers, A.J. Kroll, Jake Verschuyl, Mark Swanson
  • Black-Backed Woodpecker Vital Rates in Unburned and Burned Forest Within a Fire-Prone Landscape -- Jim Rivers, Jake Verschuyl

Ending- Awarded 7/1/2018

  • How Do Riparian Forest Gaps Affect Macroinvertebrates and Fish Diet in Headwater Streams -- Dana Warren
  • Experimental Evaluation of Plethodontid Salamander Response to Forest Harvest-- Tiffany Garcia, AJ Kroll, Jessica Homyack, Claudine Reynolds, David Shaw
  • Does a Lack of Structures for Nest Building Limit Red Tree Vole Occupancy of Actively Managed Forest? -- Damon Lesmeister, John Bailey, Mark Linnell
  • Identifying distribution boundaries at the upper extent of fish in streams using eDNA -- Brooke Penaluna, Ivan Arismendi, Tiffany Garcia, Jessica Homyack, Taal Levi, Dana Warren
  • Quantifying fish response to management creating riparian forest canopy gaps  -– Dana Warren, Maryanne Reiter