News & Events

Event
December 03, 2021

Andrews Forest Monthly Meeting: Friday, December 3, 9-11 AM

Investigating how species interactions influence population and community responses to environmental change: update on the LTER8 reciprocal transplant experiment” presented by:

  • Posy Busby, Assistant...
Event
December 02, 2021

Karla Jarecke’s dissertation defense: “Spatial Patterns of Soil Moisture and the Relative Importance of Atmospheric Water Demand Versus Soil Moisture Availability in Limiting Late-summer Growth of Douglas-fir Under a Changing Climate.” Karla is earning her PHD in Forest Ecosystems and Society...

News
November 23, 2021
An OSU Mini Symposium on the June 2021 Heat Dome Foliage Scorch happened Friday, Nov 19. see https://www.forestry.oregonstate.edu/heat-dome for recordings of the talks. The work was featured on OBP https://www.opb.org/article/2021/11/22/oregon-trees...
News
November 08, 2021
The 2020 Fires: Opportunities for discovery abound!  Written by Cheryl Friesen, Science Liaison, WNF In late October 2020, my husband, dog, and I were tucked into an AirBnB after being displaced by the Holiday Farm Fire. Research...
Event
November 05, 2021

Andrews Forest Monthly Meeting: Friday, November 5, 9-11 AM

Presentations:

Postfire delayed mortality of western hemlock at the HJA: rationale and prelim results” presented by Andrés Holz, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Portland...

News
November 03, 2021
Drs. Catalina Segura, Posy Busby, and Brooke Penaluna will be named as co-signatory PIs on the Andrews Forest LTER8 grant and will join our Executive Committee. Dr. Segura is a hydrologist and an Associate Professor in the Department...
News
October 29, 2021
The Andrews Forest has been an active member of the Organization of Biological Field Station (OBFS) for decades. The 186 OBFS sites, spanning six continents, are crucial in environmental education and research.  The OBFS network...
News
October 29, 2021
The 2020 Holiday Farm Fire and access to burned forest on McKenzie River Trust lands have attracted writers and artists who want to wrestle with the tensions among tragedy, stark beauty, and hope in the fire-blackened landscape.  Former writer-...
Event
October 01, 2021

Andrews Forest Monthly Meeting: Friday, October 1, 9-11 AM

Presentations:
 
Some rotten thoughts on climatic response” presented by Mark E. Harmon, Professor Emeritus, Forest Ecosystems and Society, OSU

HJA Drought Experiment...

News
September 27, 2021
Graduate student Christopher Cousins was awarded the Bullitt Environmental Award for his work in connecting his research on amphibians with outreach to Latino youth. Cousins, with the help of his advisor, Tiffany Garcia, and others, is writing a...