College of Forest Resources :Annual Review of Research

Start Date/Time: Friday, April 18, 2008, 8:30 AM
Ending Date/Time: Friday, April 18, 2008, 5:00 PM
Location: Anderson Hall Room 207 (Forest Club Room), University of

Program Link: http://www.onrc.washington.edu/educationoutreach/AnnualReviewProgram2008.pdf
Schedule of Presentations:

8:30 Welcome and Introductory Remarks - B. Bruce Bare, Dean, College of Forest Resources

Moderator - Robert Edmonds, Associate Dean for Research, College of Forest Resources

Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest 8:45 A Forest Management Plan for the Nisqually-Mashel State Park: Gregory Ettl

Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility

Synthesis of Carbon Research at the Wind River Canopy Crane Research : Ken Bible

UW Botanic Gardens
10:15 Are cities harbingers of the future climate? A stomatal perspective of urbanization and global climate change: Soo-Hyung Kim

Center for International Trade in Forest Products
11:00 Recent Trends in International Timber Markets: Strategic Implications :John Perez-Garcia

Stand Management Cooperative
1:00 Non-destructive prediction of product stiffness in Douglas-fir trees and logs: basic relationships and influence of growing conditions :David Briggs

Rural Technology Initiative
1:45 Optimizing timber harvest revenue with wildlife constraints for old-forest species using a spatially explicit wildlife model and open source GIS: Hiroo Imaki

Precision Forestry Cooperative

2:30 Beyond ground surface models: ecological applications of terrestrial and aerial LiDAR: L. Monika Moskal

The Water Center
3:15 Concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in water and fish in the Cedar River watershed, Washington: Demetrius Fletcher

Olympic Natural Resources Center
4:00 Application of the -3/2 Power Law to Young-Forest/Marginal Spotted Owl Habitat: Identifying Candidates and Prescriptions for More Complex Habitat :Jason Cross & Jeff Comnick

No reservations required; admission is free.
Everyone is welcome. Come and go, as your schedule permits. Snacks will be available.

The proceedings will be recorded and available on the CFR website a few weeks after the program.