Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center (FRESC)

Human Influence

Filter Total Items: 5
Date published: November 13, 2017
Status: Active

Restoration of Shrub Steppe Ecosystems

This research theme provides land managers information to help them make restoration decision at local and landscape scales.

Contacts: David A Pyke
Date published: November 9, 2017
Status: Active

Effects of Wind and Solar Energy Development on Wildlife

This research theme informs adaptive management and siting decsions in relation to bats at wind and solar power-generation facilities.

Contacts: Manuela M Huso
Date published: November 9, 2017
Status: Active

Effects of Management on Wildlife and Habitats

Conifer forests in the Pacific Northwest are biologically and economically important, are intensively managed for multiple uses, and represent a large area in public domain. Therefore, understanding how management of conifer forests affects biodiversity across a range of spatial and temporal scales is critical for land management agencies.

Contacts: Joan C Hagar
Date published: November 6, 2017
Status: Active

Aquatic Invasive Species

Aquatic invasive species, like bullfrogs, stocked fish, and crayfish, can affect aquatic systems in a variety of ways and have been linked to declines in some amphibians.

Contacts: Michael J Adams
Date published: October 24, 2017
Status: Active

Applied Statistical Methods and Tools

This research theme addresses several issues important in deriving accurate and precise estimates of fatality at wind and solar power-generation facilities.

Contacts: Manuela M Huso