Highlights from 2016 - Bend, Oregon       complete 2016 Proceedings

 

* More than 200 people attended!  PHOTOS at bottom of this page

 

* 9 Symposia & Technical Sessions produced 91 oral presentations:

  •  Convergence of Arts, Humanities, & Ecology in Inspiring Northwest Landscapes Symposium 
  •  Lichen & Bryophyte Ecology     
  •  Plant, Soil, & Climate Interactions    
  •  Ecology & Restoration of Wetland & Riparian Systems    
  •  Management & Restoration in Fire-Adapted Ecosystem
  •  Bio-geoscience & Paleontology    
  •  Wildlife Ecology    
  •  Historical & Prehistorical Ecosystem Baselines    
  •  Central Oregon Fire Science Symposium       

            - Forests, People & Fire: Interactions, Dynamics & Adaptation in Fire-prone Landscapes of eastern Cascades, OR

            - Restoration of Dry-forest Landscapes in the Pacific Northwest         

            - Beyond the Sagebrush Rebellion: Contemporary Issues Impacting the Sage Steppe of Oregon

            - Hazardous Fuels Treatments in the Inland PNW

            - Smoke Management and Fire Severity

            - Improving the Safety and Efficiency of Large Fire Management

    

* Book Reading  "Forest Under Story: Creative Inquiry in an Old-Growth Forest"

 

* Workshop: Lichens on the East-Side - Rare, Threatened, Endangered, New Finds,

                         & Interesting Species 

 

* 27 Poster Presentations.... see who won Best Student Poster Competition

 

Banquet with fine dining, interesting conversation, and our Keynote Speaker, Grant Gordon

      speaking on Wetting Our Appetites: The Changing Landscape of Water in the West

 

* 3 Field Trips:              Lichens of Juniper Woodlands on a Volcanic Landscape

                Cinder Cones to Super Volcanoes: The Diverse Volcanic History of Central Oregon

    Bridging Science & Collaborative Forest Restoration in the Mixed-Conifer Forests of Central Oregon

                                                       

Cooperators:  Central Oregon Community College, Oregon State University-Cascades, Materials Science Institute-University of Oregon, Cascade Culinary Arts Institute, Central Oregon Fire Management Services, U.S. Forest Service,   Northwest Lichenologists, Bureau of Land Management

                                                                   

photos

<< All album photos 20/59 photos
© Northwest Scientific Association | Contact webmaster
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software