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Streaming Video Collection:
UW College of Forest Resources
Thesis Defenses

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Below is the streaming video collection of M.S. defenses and Ph.D. dissertations for the
University of Washington's College/School of Forest Resources.

2008 Presentations

 
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Analysis of LIDAR-derived bare ground model accuracy in southern California chaparral -
Andrew Cooke, UW College of Forest Resources
In defense of a Masters of Science from the UW College of Forest Resources
25:54
FOREST RESOURCES AND LIVELIHOODS: Evaluating local forest management in Barjomot Village, Tanzania -
Erik Peterson, Peace Corps Master's International
In defense of a Masters of Science from the UW College of Forest Resources
34:07

2006 Presentations

 
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Developing Stand Density Thresholds to address Mountain Pine Beetle Susceptibility in Eastern Washington Forests - Elaine Oneil, Ph.D. Defense, UW College of Forest Resources
53:21
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Management Alternatives for a Small Landowner - Angel Ratliff and Forest Hietpas present their senior project for the College of Forest Resources
28:12
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2005 Presentations

 
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Developing Stand Density Thresholds to Address Mountain Pine Beetle Risk in Eastern Washington Forests - Elaine Oneil in defense of her PhD Thesis Proposal
54:58
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Factors Influencing Understory Douglas-fir Vigor in Multi-Cohort Prairie Colonization Stands at Fort Lewis, Washington - Derek John Churchill in defense of his Masters of Science degree
46:52
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Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Pacific Northwest Douglas-fir Forestry Operations: Implications for Forest Management - Edie Sonne Hall in defense of her Doctor of Philosophy degree
37:18
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Automating Contour-Based Route Projection for Preliminary Forest Road Designs Using GIS - Luke W. Rogers in defense of his Masters of Science degree
32:09
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Land Management Alternatives for St. Gertrude’s Monastery Cottonwood, Idaho - Brian Spradlin & Daisuke Sakuma present their senior project for the College of Forest Resources
26:13
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2003 Presentations

 
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Investigation of Alternative Fuel Removal Strategies - Heather Rogers in defense of her Masters of Science degree
37:30
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