We are a group of ecologists researching topics from the population to the ecosystems scale. We tend to work in riverine (riparian and freshwater) ecosystems, but are not limited by system. We use a range of tools from legal analysis to UAVs to food webs to remotely sensed data. We have a Washington State bias but we also work all over the world, such as the Amazon Basin and along a latitudinal transect across the Americas.
Current collaborators: Amanda Stahl, Katherine Strickler
Current students: Danny Auerbach (PhD 2023), Seth Flanders (MS 2022)
Recently graduated students: John Jorgensen (PhD 2021), Brad Luff (MS 2021), Ian Barnes (BS 2019), Lambert Ngenzi (BS 2019)