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College of Forestry/Oregon Forest Research Laboratory (FRL)

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College of Forestry/Oregon Forest Research Laboratory (FRL)


Oregon State University's College of Forestry is beginning its second century of educating professionals. It has earned a reputation as a world-class center of teaching and learning about forests and related resources. The OSU College of Forestry offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in three departments: Forest Engineering,Resources and Management, Forest Ecosystems and Society, and Wood Science and Engineering. It also offers several interdisciplinary programs in collaboration with other colleges at OSU. The College operates 14,000 acres of College Forests. Most are within minutes of campus.

For additional information, refer to the College of Forestry website at: http://www.cof.orst.edu/college.php.


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  • Established by the Oregon Legislature in 1941, the Forest Research Laboratory conducts research leading to sustainable forest yields, innovative and efficient use of forest products, and responsible stewardship of Oregon ...

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  • McAlpine, Clive A.; Seabrook, Leonie M.; Ryan, Justin G.; Feeney, Brian J.; Ripple, William J.; Ehrlich, Anne H.; Ehrlich, Paul R. (Resilience Alliance, 2015)
    Many ecologists and environmental scientists witnessing the scale of current environmental change are becoming increasingly alarmed about how humanity is pushing the boundaries of the Earth’s systems beyond sustainable ...
  • Davis, Emily Jane; Cerveny, Lee; Nuss, Meagan; Seesholtz, David (Forest Research Laboratory, OSU College of Forestry, 2015-05)
    Oregon leads the U.S. in the number and extent of established collaborative groups on national forests. Understanding similarities and differences in Oregon’s current forest collaboratives may aid more informed approache ...
  • Trappe, Matthew J.; Trappe, James M.; Bonito, Gregory M. (Mycological Society of America, 2010-09)
    Kalapuya is described as a new, monotypic truffle genus in the Morchellaceae known only from the Pacific northwestern United States. Its relationship to other hypogeous genera within Morchellaceae is explored by phylogen ...
  • Williams, A. Park; Schwartz, Rachel E.; Iacobellis, Sam; Seager, Richard; Cook, Benjamin I.; Still, Christopher J.; Husak, Gregory; Michaelsen, Joel (American Geophysical Union, 2015-03-16)
    Subtropical marine stratus clouds regulate coastal and global climate, but future trends in these clouds are uncertain. In coastal Southern California (CSCA), interannual variations in summer stratus cloud occurrence a ...
  • Trappe, Matthew J.; Smith, Matthew E.; Hobbie, Erik A. (Mycological Society of America, 2015-04)
    Sedecula is a monotypic genus of hypogeous fungi that is rare and endemic to dry conifer forests of the western United States. The only known species, Sedecula pulvinata, was described in 1941 and its taxonomic placement ...