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Apprenticeships

The Terra-PNW research group participates in the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering High School Apprenticeship Program, providing and opportunity for motivated students to gain hands-on experience in ecological research. Below are some of the students who have worked with us.



Adam Pfleeger (2002, 2003)

Adam worked as an ASE student in 2002 and 2003 on the NEP of PNW forests project. He has returned to work of our lab each summer as a field assistant working on the Biscuit Fire and ORCA projects in 2004 and 2005. He is currently an undergraduate Environmental Sciences major at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA.



Beth Hoover (2003)

As an ASE student in 2003, Beth did field work on the Eyerly fire project and processed foliage and soil samples for carbon and nitrogen analysis in the laboratory. She is currently an undergraduate Sports Medicine major at Stanford University.



Cody Pepper (2004)

Cody worked at the Metolius Flux sites in 2004.

Phillip Bozarth-Dreher (2005)

Phil worked on the ORCA project in 2005. He spent many hours processing soil samples to quantify the fine root abundance, completed a field tour in the Wallawa mountains, and processing foliage samples to calculate leaf area.

Terrestrial Ecosystems Research & Regional Analysis - Pacific Northwest
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331
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