Natural Resources Management and Environmental Sciences Department faculty research focuses on ethical and data-driven sustainable management, protection, and restoration of land resources related to soil, water, forests, range, wildlife, and related environmental values.

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Submissions from 2009

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Water Embodied in Bioethanol in the United States, Yi-Wen Chiu, Brian Walseth, and Sangwon Suh

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Fire on the Landscape: Current Policies and a Changing Climate Lead Toward Higher Costs, More Severe Wildfire, Christopher Dicus

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Predicted Fire Behavior and Societal Benefits in Three Eastern Sierra Nevada Vegetation Types, Christopher Dicus, Kenneth Delfino, and David R. Weise

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Overland Flow and Rainfall Simulation Studies on Ornamental Vegetation, Compost, and Jute Netting, Brent G. Hallock, Candace Kimmelshue, Steve Rein, Michael Curto, and Misty Scharff

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Abstract: Estimating Soil Erosion after Fire and Fuel Treatments in Coast Redwood: A GIS-based Approach, Eric J. Just and Christopher Dicus

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Challenges to Educating the Next Generation of Wildland Fire Professionals in the United States, Leda N. Kobziar, Monique E. Rocca, Christopher Dicus, Chad Hoffman, Neil Sugihara, Andrea E. Thode, J. Morgan Varner, and Penelope Morgan

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A semi-analytical solution for transient streaming potentials associated with confined aquifer pumping tests, B. Malama, A. Revil, and K. L. Kuhlman

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Theory of transient streaming potentials associated with axial-symmetric flow in unconfined aquifers, Bwalya Malama, Kristopher L. Kuhlman, and André Revil

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Effects of Composted and Raw Manure and Ammonium Sulfate Applications On the Chemical Properties of the Soils at Chorro Creek Ranch, San Luis Obispo, CA., Renee Nall,; Craig Stubler; Christopher Appel; Tanner Campbell; Jose Gomez; Nathan Lurie; Russell Morgan; and J. J. Scurich

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Complete Findings: Survey on Public Opinions and Attitudes on Outdoor Recreation in California: 2009, Arnold Schwarzeneggar, Mike Chrisman, Ruth Coleman, and William W. Hendricks

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Modeling slug tests in unconfined aquifers with both oscillatory and overdamped responses, and with low-K and high-K skin effects, M J Thoma, B Malama, W Barrash, G Bohling, and J J Butler

Submissions from 2008

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Sequential Sorption of Lead and Cadmium in Three Tropical Soils, Chip Appel, Lena Q. Ma, Roy D. Rhue, and William Reve

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Boise Hydrogeophysical Research Site: Control Volume/TestCell and Community Research Asset, W Barrash, J H Bradford, and B Malama

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Recreation and Fire Management in Urban National Forests: A Study of Manager Perspectives, Kelly S. Bricker, Deborah J. Chavez, and William W. Hendricks

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Visitor Compliance With Fire Restrictions: An Observational Study Using Verbal Messages and Symbolic Signage, Sara S. Cohn, William W. Hendricks, and Deborah J. Chavez

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Equipping Tomorrow’s Fire Managers, Christopher Dicus

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Tree-Soil Interactions Affect Production of Loblolly and Slash Pine, Christopher Dicus and Thomas J. Dean

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Erosion Control Performance Studies on Ornamental Vegetation, Compost, and Jute Netting, Brent Hallock

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Place Attachment and Recreational Constraints Relating to Fire Management, William W. Hendricks, Deborah J. Chavez, and Kelly S. Bricker

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Big Sur Visitor Characteristics and Wildland Fire Recreational Constraints, William W. Hendricks, Deborah J. Chavez, and Sara S. Cohn

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Analysis of Chromium and Nickel in Soil and Plant Tissue Collected from the Experimental Vineyard at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA, Ian Leslie, Chip Appel, Craig Stubler, Kiana Amiri-Davani, Ashley DeValentine, Jose Gomez, Daniel Kim, Tommy Konwinski, Angie Quintana-Jones, and Keith Patterson

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A semi-analytical solution for transient streaming potentialsassociated with confined aquifer pumping tests, B Malama, A Revil, and K L Kuhlman

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Identifying and Addressing Contemporary Issues in Central Coast Oak Woodlands, Erin Rice, Douglas D. Piirto, Royce Larsen, Bill Tietje, Ryan Cooper, and Ulric Lund

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Using Ground Penetrating Radar to Monitor Transient Unconfirmed Aquifer Response to Pumping, M J Thoma, B Malama, J H Bradford, W Barrash, B Johnson, E Hinz, and S Murray

Submissions from 2007

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Kennedy Meadows Community Wildfire Protection Plan, Kenneth Delfino and Christopher Dicus