New paper published in Journal of Biogeography

A paper led by Robbie Andrus, and contributed to by Arjan Meddens and six other WSU researchers, was recently published in the Journal of Biogeography. The paper, titled ‘Canary in the forest?–Tree mortality and canopy dieback of western redcedar linked to driver and warmer summers’ explores how drought and warmer conditions lead to reduced growth and […]

New paper published in Remote Sensing of Environment (2/1/2023)

A paper led by our post-doc researcher, Amanda Stahl, was recently published in Remote Sensing of the Environment. This synthesis paper reviewed 34 previous studies automating forest disturbance type identification. Check out the full text and the graphical abstract below!

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New study about western redcedar mortality featured in the Columbia Insight

A new study (in review) spearheaded by Forest Ecosystem Dynamics Lab postdoc researcher, Robbie Andrus, and contributed to by Arjan Meddens and a team of other collaborators, including six other WSU researchers, was recently featured in the Columbia Insight. More information regarding our research on this exciting and pertinent topic can be found in the […]

New paper published!

A new paper has been published by Dr. Meddens on specifying geospatial data product characteristics for forest and fuel management applications.

Arjan Meddens featured in CAHNRS News

Since boyhood in Holland, Arjan Meddens has loved experiencing the wonders of the forest, firsthand. Washington State University’s newest forest ecologist is also lifting his vantage point high above the trees, using drones, airplanes, and orbiting satellites… Click for more  

PhD Opportunity

The Forest Ecosystem Dynamics lab is seeking a qualified PhD student to begin in the spring or fall of 2020 (position filled). For more information regarding PhD opportunities or other ways to join the lab, see our opportunities.