Graduate Students

 Riley Anderson

MS Student: Anticipated completion in 2020

Interests: Biogeography, remote sensing, GIS

Research Subject: High resolution remote sensing of Zostera marina (eelgrass) in South Slough, Oregon

Education: B.A. in Geography with a GIScience emphasis from University of California, Santa Barbara

Hometown: San Diego, CA

Jamila Baig

img_20160913_174441 Ph.D. Candidate: Anticipated completion in 2020

Interests: Climate change and its impacts on ecology of wetlands, lakes and rivers
Remote sensing and GIS
Paleolimnology
Research Subject: TBD

Education: M.S Animal Sciences, Karakoram International University, Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan

Previous Work: Teaching at Karakoram International University, Gilgit Pakistan since 2008

Hometown: Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan, PK

Matthew Goslin

MatthewPhD Candidate: Anticipated completion in 2016.

Interests: Stream ecology, fluvial geomorphology, river restoration, biogeography, species conservation

Research Subject: Reciprocal interaction between a native sedge, Carex nudata, and physical river processes with implications for river restoration

Education:  B.S. Biology, Pacific Lutheran University; M.S. Forest Ecology, Oregon State University

Previous Work: GIS Analyst, NOAA Fisheries (Santa Cruz, CA); GIS/Resarch Analyst, Ecotrust (Portland, OR).

Hometown:  Newberg, Oregon

Devin Lea

 PhD Candidate: Anticipated completion in 2020 to 2021.

Interests: Critical Physical Geography, Fluvial Geomorphology, Hydrology, Hazards.

Research Subject: Science-Policy interaction in flood map production for the US National Flood Insurance Program

Previous Education: B.S. Geography from Aquinas College (MI); M.A. Geography from University of Wyoming

Hometown: Grand Ledge, MI

Dion Webster

MS Student: Anticipated completion in 2021.

Interests: Physical geography, Fluvial Geomorphology, numerical modeling, remote sensing, GIS.

Research Subject: TBD

Previous Education:  A.A. Blinn community college, B.S. in Geography minor in GIS from Texas A&M University

Hometown: San Antonio, TX

Aaron Zettler-Mann

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Post Doctoral Researcher

Interests: fluvial geomorphology, river restoration, anthropogenic impacts on fluvial environments, Structure-from-Motion, community engagement

Education: PhD from University of Oregon; MA from University of Denver; BA from University of Colorado at Boulder.

Hometown:  Blue Lake, California, USA

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