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Rebecca Brown, Ph.D.ProfessorSCI 254Phone: 509.359.2528Email: email@example.com
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