Burney-Hat Creek Basins Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project Monitoring
The Effect of Forest Thinning on Pond Breeding Amphibians
Does Fire Maintain a Mosaic of Bunchgrass and Bitterbrush in a Mesic Meadow System?
Monitoring Vanilla Grass Response to Overstory Removal
Does Fire Promote Lodgepole Establishment in a Mesic Meadow System?
Monitoring Wildfire Effect, Phenology and Longevity of Baker's Globe-mallow
Wildfire Risk Within the Burney Hat-Creek Basin
Managing Hydrologic Responses to Forest Management Treatments
Seasonal Changes in Ponderosa Pine Water Source Depth and Impacts of Forest Thinning
Investigating the Effects of Post-fire Salvage Logging on Soils in the Southern Cascades
Impacts of Forest Thinning on Understory Microclimate
Impacts of Forest Thinning on Radial Tree Growth in Large Ponderosa Trees
Susceptibility Of Headwater Catchment Hydrology To Persistent Droughts And Forest Structure Modification – A Plot To Catchment Scale Analysis, by Rowan Gaffney, Master’s Thesis, University of Nevada Reno, December 2016.
Impacts of Forest Management on Hydrologic Processes, by Theresa O’Halloan, Master’s Thesis, University of Nevada Reno, December 2018.
Impacts of Forest Thinning on Ecohydrological Processes in the Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum – A Plot Scale Analysis, by Benjamin Serpa, Master’s Thesis, University of Nevada Reno. August 2020.
The Effects of Nearshore Forest Thinning on Upland Habitat Use by Pond-breeding Amphibians in a Montane Coniferous Forest, by Andrew H. McIntyre, Master’s Thesis, Washington State University. May 2020.