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A. Ross Black, Ph.D.ProfessorSCI 264Phone: 509.359.4815Email: email@example.comEastern Since:
University of Washington, 1985
University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1989, M.S.
University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1991, Ph.D.
Post Doctoral Work:
University of Louisville, 1991-1993
Ecology, General Biology, Biological Investigation
Limnology; population biology; life histories; evolution; aquatic ecology
Rebecca Brown, Ph.D.Associate ProfessorSCI 254Phone: 509.359.2528Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As an Associate Professor at Eastern Washington University, I conduct research on riparian and plant ecology and teach Ecology, Botany, Research Design and Literature, and Riparian Ecology.
I am actively seeking graduate students who are interested in pursuing a master's degree in plant or riparian ecology. Please contact me if you are interested.
Some of my recent research projects include:
- Effects of dams on riparian vegetation of the Elwha River, Olympic National Park
- Effects of hydrologic alteration on invasive Japanese knotweed in riparian zones
- Cheatgrass control and native species restoration on prairie mima mounds at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge
- Factors influencing species diversity and invasibilty
- Riparian restoration in Eastern Washington
Dr. Jeffrey A. CorkillProfessor of ChemistryScience Building room SCI 232Phone: (509)359-6518Email: email@example.com
Jeffrey A. Corkill, Professor, PhD., University of Exeter
Dr. Corkill's interests include: the use of gas and liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry in the analysis of organic compounds in (i) smoke derived from agricultural and silvicultural burning practices, (ii) chemical communication between conifer during herbivory, (iii) pesticide residues in organic and conventional food; integration on state-of-the-art chemical laboratory and the development of course internet-based lecture notes.
Suzanne Schwab, Ph.D.ProfessorSCI 268Phone: 509.359.4727Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgEastern Since:
State University of New York, 1975
Colorado State University, 1979, M.S.
University of California - Riverside, 1982
Post Doctoral Work:
Advisor: Botany, Environmental Biology
Plant Physiology, Mycology, General Biology, Environmental Science.
Physiological and ecological aspects of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae, Restoration of disturbed land.