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Linda Chalker-Scott Graduate Students

Current Graduate Students

Eric Eulenberg, PhD, WSU

Kathleen DeMaria, MEH, UW

Kava Vale, MEH, UW

Former Graduate Students

Deborah Brown, MEH, 2007. A tree management plan for the University of Washington, Seattle campus.

Amanda Stuckey, MEH, 2007. Effects of planting techniques on Pacific Northwest native conifers in urban forested open spaces.

Jina Chan, M.S., 2004. Effects of harvest method and stratification on germination of California beaked hazelnut ( Corylus cornuta var. californica ).

Scott OlmstedScott Olmsted, M.S., 2004. Foliar chlorosis in Rhododendron due to excess soil phosphorus.

Paul Cereghino, M.S., 2004. Survival and growth of three native shrubs planted as unrooted cuttings across a wetland-upland gradient: Cornus sericea , Rubus spectabilis , and Symphoricarpos albus. Paul is employed at NOAA in Seattle.

Tammy Stout, M.S., 2004. Treating containerized material as bare-root material: a comparison of installation techniques.

Jennifer Brickey, MS 2004. Determination of the effects of anti-icer compounds upon the rare plant Hackelia venusta.

Gemma Alexander, MS 2003. Mulching effects on Pacific Northwest native shrubs. Gemma is currently tutoring in Japan.

David Bergendorf, MS 2002. The influence of soil properties on the morphology and health of the Pacific madrone (Arbutus menziesii Pursh) in Seattle public parks. David is employed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in California.

Taryn Bauerle, MS 2001. Relative effectiveness of control mechanisms for juvenile English ivy (Hedera helix) as determined by environmental and physiological variables. Taryn is working on her Ph.D at Pennsylvania State University.

Michelle SalemiMichelle Salemi, MS 1999. Seasonal characterization of the phenolic layer beneath floral buds of Rhododendron spp. Michelle is employed at UC Davis.

Alynda Empie Foreman, MA, 1998. Monitoring population dynamics in Daphia pulex fed ultraviolet-B irradiated Chlamydomonas reinhardtii – an investigation into food quality modification. SUNY College at Buffalo. Alynda is employed as an environmental scientist at Louis Berger Associates, Boston, MA.

Carol Siegel, MA, 1997. Non-polar lipid profile of Castanea dentata (Marsh.) Borkh., Castanea dentata (Marsh.) Borkh. hybrids, and other Castanea spp. SUNY College at Buffalo. Carol is employed as a microbiologist at Erie County Water Authority, Buffalo, NY.

Norman Johnson, MA, 1996. Effects of germicidal radiation on the quality of a wastewater treatment facility effluent containing algal total suspended solids. SUNY College at Buffalo. Norman is employed as a water quality manager at Life Technologies, Grand Island, NY.

Anne Snyder, MS, 1996. A comparison of germination techniques on the seeds of Cypripedium acaule (Ait.). SUNY College at Buffalo. Anne is employed as a chemistry teacher at Frontier High School, Hamburg, NY.

Susan Brodka, MS, 1993. The effects of boron deficiency and mechanical stress on broccoli. SUNY College at Buffalo. Susan is employed as a science teacher at Hyme Middle School, Williamsville, NY.

Chris Dunning, MA, 1993. The effect of prior exposure to ultraviolet-B radiation on the ‘English Roseum’ cultivar of rhododendron and its subsequent ability to cold harden. SUNY College at Buffalo. Chris is employed as a lab technician in Omaha, NE.

Julie Lockett, MS, 1992. A study of the association between Ribes uva-crispa L., the European gooseberry, and Sphaerotheca mors-uvae [(Schwein.) Berk. & Curt.], the American gooseberry mildew. SUNY College at Buffalo. Julie is employed as a biology instructor at Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY.