Ecological silviculture, restoration silviculture, riparian silviculture, physiological mechanisms of tree stress tolerance, genecology, climate change
Distribution, ecological relations, evolutionary history, and conservation genetics of rare and elusive forest carnivores in the western mountains of the contiguous United States.
Spatial ecology/distribution modelingPopulation ecology/demographyPlant/pollinator interactions
Forest planningForest modelingForest managementBiometricsSpatial analysis
Structure and dynamics of river food websRestoration of freshwater ecosystemsSystem dynamics modelingEcology and management of Pacific salmon and troutImpact of Invasive species on aquatic ecosystems
The application of social science data, concepts, and methods to natural resource and environmental planning and decisionmakingStudy of visitor behavior and recreation management practices The evaluation of agency land management planning, public involvement, social assessments, policies, and practices
Spatial patterns of forest carbon poolsDendroecological investigations of long-term trends and drivers of tree growthForest ecophysiology and carbon-climate feedbacks in response to climate change
Natural resource governance, recreation and human use planning for public land management agencies, the public health benefits of public lands