latest news
Buffer strips cool streams, but geology rules

News release on our research on the downstream propagation of temperature after contemporary forest harvesting in the Oregon Coast Range.

Global wildfire-water risks

New paper, led by Francois Robinne, in collaboration with folks from the Canadian Partnership for Wildland Fire Science, provides a spatial evalution of the global wildfire-water risk is now published at Science of the Total Environment.

New stream temperature manuscript published

Our new manuscript using research from 29 sites across 14 years on 'A multi-catchment analysis of headwater and downstream temperature effects from contemporary forest harvesting' was just published in Hydrological Processes. Still more work to be done in this field!

Alsea Watershed Study Revisited

We revisited a classic paired watershed study, the Alsea, which was originally harvested in 1966. A new study investigated the effects of contemporary forest management practices on suspended sediment and facilitated a unique comparison with historical practices. Findings from this work were published in Forest Ecology and Management in a manuscript led by Jeff Hatten.