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 2007

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Quantifying Fire Behavior Versus Societal Benefits of Southern California Shrublands and Grasslands, Christopher Dicus and Maurica A. Zimmerman

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Water Quality Relative to Slope Toe Strip Type and Length, Brent G. Hallock, Lauren Corkins, Steve Rein, Michael Curto, and Misty Scharff

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Tomography of the Darcy velocity from self-potential measurements, A. Jardani, A. Revil, A. Bolève, A. Crespy, J.-P. Dupont, W. Barrash, and Bwalya Malama

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Extension of Leakage Theory to Unconfirmed Aquifer Flow, B Malama, K L Kuhlman, and W Barrash

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Watershed Analysis Results for Mendocino Redwood Company Lands in Coastal Mendocino and Sonoma Counties, Christopher G. Surfleet

Submissions from 2005

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Structure and Development of Pitch Canker Infected Monterey Pine Stands at Año Nuevo, California, Douglas D. Piirto and Sauli Valkonen

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Determination of Total and Bioavailable Soil Lead from a Shooting Range in Central California., Phil Roberts, Chip Appel, Jake Shneider, Tamber Schmall, Melissa Simoes, Carissa Griffith, Dave Baker, Chad Lessard, Katharine Carr, Myles Davis, Cameron Sharp, Jesse Hitchcock, Craig Stubler, and Jason Stuckey

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Forest Structure and Mortality in an Old-growth Jeffrey Pine-mixed Conifer Forest in North-Western Mexico, Scott L. Stephens and Samantha J. Gill

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The Impact of California's Changing Environmental Regulations on Timber Harvest Planning Costs, Richard P. Thompson and Christopher Dicus