Graduate Student Research
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- Blackwell, Jessica: Does personal information and communication technology in the wilderness lead to more risk-taking in wilderness?
- White, Daniel, Recreational visitor use of the Headwaters Forest Reserve
- Barnes, Jason: A socio-spatial and network analysis of entrepreneurship in Mendocino County, California.
- Garner, Jim: Modeling Pacific fisher behavior and habitat use in the Southern Sierra Nevada.
- Michaelis, Janene: Factors of Diabetes Patient Noncompliance.
- Morrison, Jess: Using Sleuth to Conceptualize Population Growth Scenarios in the Humboldt Bay Area.
- Rawal, Jyoti: Title TBD
- Shows, Amber: Title TBD
- Lagarde, Luc: Developing Tools for the Estimation of the Impact of Invasive Spartina densiflora on the Net Ecosystem Production of a Northern California Salt Marsh (Humboldt Bay, California)
- Mitchell, Matt: Community Structure of Terrestrial Invertebrates and Habitat Complexity Relationships in Spartina-Invaded and Restored Humboldt Bay Salt Marshes
- Kihyun Kim. Graduated 2011. A comparative institutional analysis of management in urban riparian greenways: the American River Parkway (Sacramento, California) and the Willamette River Greenway (Portland, Oregon)
- Kristen Pope. Graduated Spring 2010. Visitor Perceptions of Wilderness Rescue.
- Dan Shyrock. Graduated Spring 2010. Ecological Conditions and Monitoring Standards for Meadows in the John Muir and Ansel Adams Wilderness Areas, CA.
- Emily Walter. Graduated Spring 2011. Invasive Plant Inventory and Management Plan for the Salmon Creek Unit of the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
- Max Kaufman. Graduated July 2012. Ecosystem service value of water supply benefits provided by forest stands in the Mattole River Watershed, California: A bioeconomic and benefit transfer – spatial analysis application.
- Ian McGovern. Graduated December 2008. Using Multiple Resolution Digital Images and GIS to determine vegetation sampling locations at Whiskeytown National Recreational Area.
- Max Korten. Graduated December 2008. Developing Quantitative Indicators and Standards for Solitude on the Lost Coast Trail.
- Whelan Gilkerson. Graduated 2008. A spatial model of eelgrass (Zostera marina) habitat in Humboldt Bay, California.
- Zach Jarrett. Graduated December 2007. Expectancy-Disconfirmation Theory and Recreation Visitor Satisfaction.
- Rebecca S. Degagne. Graduated 2007. Examining the distribution of Dicymbe corymbosa monodominant forests in western Guyana using satellite imagery.
- Jennifer L. Kauffman. Graduated 2007. Development and application of a GIS based evaluation for prioritization of wetland restoration opportunities.
- Thomas A. Kirk. Graduated 2007. Landscape-scale habitat associations of the American marten (Martes americana) in the greater Southern Cascades region of California.
- Vanessa Emerzian. Graduated 2007. Effectiveness of Radiant Heating as a Method of Control for Nonnative Plant Species in Dune and Swale Environments at Lanphere Dunes, Humboldt Bay.
- John Letton. Graduated 2007. Community Based Hazardous Fuel Mapping and Accuracy Assessment.
- Kate McCurdy. Graduated 2006. Attitudes, beliefs and behaviors about bear resistant food canister use among wilderness users in Yosemite National Park.
- Jennifer Pollom. Graduated 2006. An Image Segmentation and Object Oriented Classification Approach to a High Spatial Resolution Image.
- Kari Jensen. Graduated 2006. Effects of the Artistic Design of Interpretive Signage on Attracting Power, Holding Time and Memory Recall.
- Chaeli Judd. Graduated 2006. Mapping Aquatic Vegetation: Using Bathymetric and Hyperspectral Imagery to Classify Submerged Eelgrass in Humboldt Bay, California.
- Jennifer Taylor. Graduated 2006.Effectiveness of Hands-On Learning in a Children’s Interpretive Program.
- Matthew Perry. Graduated 2005. Design and Evaluation of a Web Mapping Service for the Klamath River Basin.
- Jeff Marsolais. Graduated 2004. Visitor Perceptions of Management Actions Across the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum.