News & Events

News
April 13, 2018
"Numbers in Nature, Math on the Mountain" is a teacher–scientist partnership that explores stories of place through data. Through the program, teachers and scientists came together to collaboratively explore data that tell the...
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April 13, 2018
It’s hard to spot some kinds of animals—they’re secretive, or they’re active at night, or they live in remote places. This spring, scientists were delighted to find multiple images of two secretive mammals, the American...
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April 11, 2018 to May 01, 2018
This residency at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest brings together writers, humanists, artists, and scientists to create a living, growing record of how we understand the forest and the relation of people to the forest. Creative writers whose...
Event
April 06, 2018

“Seasonal and long-term trends in network expansion, contraction, and connectivity” presented by Adam Ward, Assistant Professor, Indiana University, and Steve Wondzell, Research Riparian Ecologist, USFS  Pacific Northwest Research Station.

"Overview of The Institute for Natural Resources...

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March 20, 2018 to April 09, 2018
Stream Fish and Amphibian Ecology at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest  We are seeking 2 summer research assistants to conduct sampling for stream vertebrates and associated measurements of habitat and food resources.  These...
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March 20, 2018
The Andrews Forest LTER program will support graduate student Marie Tosa and mentors Damon Lesmeister and Taal Levi for their work on, "How does land-use affect single-species ecology, mammalian communities, food webs, and biodiversity of the...