Water Allocation in the Klamath Reclamation Project, 2001:

An Assessment of Natural Resource, Economic, Social, and Institutional Issues with a Focus on the Upper Klamath Basin

A report by Oregon State University and the University of California

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Authors

William Boggess, department head, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University
William S. Braunworth, Jr., assistant Extension agricultural program leader, Oregon State University
Susan Burke, researcher, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University
Harry L. Carlson, superintendent/farm advisor, University of California Intermountain Research and Extension Center
Patty Case, Extension family and community development faculty, Klamath County, Oregon State University
Emery Castle, director, Rural Studies Program, Oregon State University
Donald R. Clark, former research agronomist, Klamath Experiment Station, Oregon State University
Michael S. Cooperman, graduate research assistant, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University
James Cornelius, professor of agricultural and resource economics and Extension economist, Oregon State University
Corinne Corson, former faculty research assistant, Department of Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University
W. Daniel Edge, department head, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University
Guillermo Giannico, Extension fisheries specialist and assistant professor, Oregon State University
Ron Hathaway, Extension agriculture faculty and staff chair, Klamath County, Oregon State University
Christopher Heider, former faculty research assistant, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University
William K. Jaeger, associate professor of agricultural and resource economics and Extension agricultural and resource policy specialist, Oregon State University
Robert L. Jarvis, professor of fisheries and wildlife, Oregon State University
Denise Lach, codirector, Center for Water and Environmental Sustainability, Oregon State University
Kerry Locke, Extension agriculture faculty, Klamath County, Oregon State University
Jeff Manning, graduate student, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University
Reed Marbut, Oregon Water Resources Department
Douglas F. Markle, professor of fisheries, Oregon State University
Leslie Richards, assistant professor, Department of Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University
Jeff Romm, professor, Division of Resource Institutions, Policy, and Management, College of Natural Resources, University of California Berkeley
Kenneth A. Rykbost, superintendent, Klamath Experiment Station, and professor, Department of Crop and Soil Science, Oregon State University
Bruce Sorte, graduate student, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University
Rodney Todd, Extension agriculture faculty, Klamath County, Oregon State University
Bruce Weber, professor of agricultural and resource economics and Extension economist, Oregon State University
Teresa Welch, Extension publications editor, Oregon State University
George Woodward, Division of Resource Institutions, Policy, and Management, College of Natural Resources, University of California Berkeley

William Boggess

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, Iowa State University, 1979

B.S., Agricultural Business, Iowa State University, 1974

EXPERIENCE
1995-present, Department Head/Professor, Oregon State University

1989-1995, Professor, University of Florida

1985-1986, Visiting Professor, ERS, USDA

1984-1989, Associate Professor, University of Florida

1979-1984, Assistant Professor, University of Florida

1974-1979, Research Assistant, Iowa State University

CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS
Interactions between agriculture and the environment (e.g., water allocation, groundwater contamination, surface water pollution, water and environmental policy); GIS applications in resource and environmental economics; economics of environmental regulations.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Henry, G.M., M.A. DeLorenzo, D.K. Beede, H.H. Van Horn, C.B. Moss and W.G. Boggess. Determining Optimal Nutrient Management Strategies for Dairy Farms. Journal of Dairy Science. 73:(1995):693-703.

Boggess, William G. The Poverty of Applied Policy Analysis. JAAE. 27:1(July 1995):1-12.

Negahban, B., C. Fonyo, W. Boggess, J. Jones, K. Campell, G. Kiker, E. Flaig and H. Lal. LOADSS: A GIS-Based Decision Support System for Regional Environmental Planning. Ecological Engineering 5(Nov. 1995):391:404.

Pagano, A., W. Boggess, C. Moss. Technology Adoption Decisions Under Irreversibility and Uncertainty: An Ex Ante Approach. AJAE 77:3(August 1995):541-551.

Schmitz, Andrew, William G. Boggess and Ken Tefertiller. Regulations: Evidence from the Florida Dairy Industry. AJAE 77:5(Dec. 1995): 1166-1171.

Boggess, William G., Grace Johns and Chris Meline. Economic Impacts of Water Quality Programs in the Lake Okeechobee Watershed, Florida. Journal of Dairy Science 80:10(1997):2682-2691.

Ramirez, Octavio, Charles B. Moss and William G. Boggess. A Stochastic Optimal Control Formulation of the Consumption/Debt Decision. Agricultural Finance Review 57(1997):29-38.

Wu, JunJie and William G. Boggess. The Optimal Allocation of Conservation Funds. J. Environ. Econ. & Management 38:302-321 (November 1999).

Wu, JunJie, Richard Adams and William G. Boggess. Cumulative Effects and Optimal Targeting of Conservation Efforts: Steelhead Trout Enhancement in Oregon. Amer. J. Agr. Econ. 82 (2000):400-413.

Kingsbury, Leigh, Penelope L. Diebel, William G. Boggess and JunJie Wu. An Economic Analysis of Riparian Landowners' Willingness to Participate in Oregon's Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program. J. Agr. & Env. Econ. Second Review.

Cho, Seong-Hoon, JunJie Wu and William G. Boggess. Measuring Interactions Among Urban Development, Land Use Regulations and Public Finance. Amer. J. Agr. Econ. In Press.

William S. Braunworth, Jr.

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Horticulture, Oregon State University, 1986. Thesis: Irrigation Scheduling Methods and Water Use of Sweet Corn

M.S., Crop Science, Colorado State University, 1977. Thesis: Effects of Planting Date on Grain Sorghum Development

B.S., General Agronomy, Colorado State University, 1975. Concentration in plant and soil science

EXPERIENCE
1992-present, Associate Professor/Assistant Extension Agriculture Program Leader, College of Agricultural Sciences, Oregon State University. Current responsibility is the assistant program leader for all agricultural Extension programs in the state of Oregon. This includes coordination of programs that address science-based resource management, minimizing adverse environmental impacts from agricultural production while improving profitability, addressing production difficulties resulting from reduction of registered pesticides, and development of integrated pest management practices. Other key program delivery areas are those serving small farmers, consumer horticulture clients, and the Master Gardener programs. When state budgets for Extension have been reduced, program priorities were more clearly defined, staff assignments were restructured to reflect the highest priorities, and utilize Extension field faculty on a regional basis. I assisted in planning of expanded Extension programs utilizing the increased state funding for fiscal year 1999/2000. Coordination of programs with other government agencies, county and state governments, agricultural producer organizations, and the processing industry is an important aspect of my assignment. I represent OSU on the Salmon Implementation team for the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds. I also represent OSU at the Natural Resources Conservation Service State Technical Committee, the Farm Service Agency State Committee, and the Easter Lily Research Foundation. I also facilitate coordination and communication among the key university contributors to Extension programs, including agents, specialists, department heads, and Extension administration. I assist in staff performance evaluations, and assist in the coordination and approval of educational publications.

1989-1992, Associate Professor, International/Research, Horticulturist, Malawi Agriculture Research and Extension Project (MARE). Overall position is to serve as the International Horticulturist for the Department of Horticulture at Oregon State University. Served as a technical advisor for the Horticulture Commodity Team in Malawi, which is divided into the following commodity groups: Tropical Fruits and Spices, Temperate Fruit, Potatoes (Irish), Root Crops (sweet potato, cassava), Coffee, Vegetables, and Nursery. Review and redirect research priorities of the national horticulture research program so that the smallholder farmer is served and extension of relevant technologies is implemented. Assist in designing, conducting, reporting, and extending horticulture research in a wide range of fruits and vegetables. Promote development of research programs with a farming systems orientation, including adaptive research, linkage with the extension services of Malawi, and promote program linkages to women in agriculture. Assist Malawian researchers in the various aspects of applied research and extension of research results. Train researchers in the use of computers for data analysis and presentation of reports.

1986-1988, Assistant Professor, Extension Horticulture Vegetation (Weed) Management Specialist, Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University. Provided statewide leadership in applied and adaptive research and extension in horticulture. Subject areas included orchard floor management, the use of living mulches in horticulture crops, and weed control. Crops included in the above programs were apples, pears, prunes, nuts, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, grapes, sweet corn, snap beans, carrots, cole crops, onions, and Christmas trees. Program priorities were developed through coordination among researchers, other Extension Specialists, Extension field faculty, and farmer organizations. Activities included conducting adaptive research programs that are funded by farmer organizations, and done in cooperation with Extension Agents. Results of the adaptive research were communicated to growers through newsletters, farmer meetings, and farm publications. Results are also published in professional meeting proceedings and journals. The living mulch program and orchard floor management programs included the use of sod strips between various crops in order to maintain crop productivity on erosive soils. Another aspect of the weed control program included input to regulatory agencies for development of regulations. These crop programs were targeted to small part-time farmers and large production units. Provided instruction of a Farming Systems Research/Extension (FSR/E) course. The FSR/E course included students from many countries and required case studies of agriculture development in other countries and Oregon.

1986, Temporary faculty appointment, Office of International Research and Development, Oregon State University. Assist in project development with CID universities and private companies. This required coordination with scientists and administrators from several universities, and the writing of large proposals in a teamwork environment.

1983-1986, Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University. Designed, managed, and implemented a research program evaluating water applied, evapotranspiration, sweet corn yield, and quality in response to irrigation scheduling methods. Developed crop-water production functions. Evaluated the use of canopy temperature data for quantifying water stress and estimating yield. Research data collection and analysis was fully computerized requiring extensive computer programming.

1980-1983, Team Leader-Agronomist of Mansuriya Site, Egypt Water Use and Management Project (EWUP), Cairo, Egypt. Contracting Agencies: Consortium for International Development and Colorado State University. Analyzed complex vegetable farming system. Conducted adaptive research and pilot programs for improved cultural practices, water conveyance, application efficiency, and introduction of new crops. Assisted in farmer organizations for water delivery and canal maintenance. On-farm improvements included land leveling, long furrow irrigation design, production and variety demonstration plots. Assisted in data analysis and training on a cooperative basis with the Egyptian Team Leader who was my counterpart. Many training activities were in the field and on an individual or small group basis. Administrative responsibilities, shared with the Egyptian Team Leader, included setting priorities for adaptive research, development of work plans, writing progress reports, evaluation of equipment requirements and repair needs. Set priorities for research and pilot programs; required facilitating communication and coordination among team members and upper administration as well as consideration of national policies and specific project contract obligations.

1977-1979, Extension Agent-Area Agronomist, Cooperative Extension Service, Prowers County and Colorado State University Cooperating, Lamar, CO. Served as an agronomist for the seven-county Southeast Area. On-farm demonstration-research plots included perennial weed control, variety trials, improved planting equipment, chemical fallow, fertilizers, seed treatments, weed control in various crops, and insect control. Other work activities included numerous educational programs, seminars, certified seed production programs, and consulting on various horticultural and agronomic problems. Further work included assisting in the 4-H program and judging and organizing activities at county fairs.

Susan Burke

EDUCATION
Post-graduate Researcher, University of California-Davis

Ph.D., Oregon State University

M.S., University of California-Davis

B.A., Business Administration-Finance, California State University-Hayward

EXPERIENCE
Working with the MWH Project Team, Ms. Burke was responsible for developing both price and costs of water for transfer from the Sacramento Groundwater Authority (SGA, formerly SNAGMA) to the Environmental Water Account. The water transfer was part of a pilot project implemented during the spring and summer of 2002. The purpose of the pilot project was to exercise the groundwater banking element of the Regional Water Master Plan. The findings of the pilot program will be used in the development of larger, longer-term transfers.

As the Project Economist on the MWH team, Ms. Burke developed the cost/benefit analysis for a Regional Water Authority (RWA) Proposition 13 grant application entitled the American River Basin Conjunctive Use Plan. The application resulted in a $21.7-million award for the RWA.

As the Project Economist, Ms. Burke developed economic incentives and policies for the American River Basin Cooperating Agencies' Regional Water Master Plan (RWMP). The RWMP is the first step toward implementing a conjunctive use plan consistent with the Water Forum effort.

Ms. Burke was contacted by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Mid-Pacific office to assist other USBR economists in developing mitigation strategies that could help increase supply reliability to farmers in the Klamath Project. Working with district managers, University extension faculty, and USBR personnel, MWH is evaluating the economic incentives necessary to implement a range of strategies, including intra-Project transfers, inter-Project transfers, and banking and exchange.

Ms. Burke is part of an MWH team developing the Revenue Bond Financial Feasibility Report for the Sacramento County Water Agency. The purpose of the report is to investigate principal facts of the utility systems that impact the security of the County's proposed $65-million bond issue and to provide an independent analysis for review by bond rating agencies.

Working with the MWH Project Management Team, Ms. Burke is developing the Economic Evaluation Strategy for both the Upper San Joaquin Storage Investigation and the Shasta Reservoir Feasibility Investigation for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific Region.

Ms. Burke collaborated with UC Davis researchers, under the direction of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific Region, to develop an economic optimization model and water benefit curves for use in a hydrologic optimization model of the Friant Unit of the Central Valley Project.

As Research Assistant, Ms. Burke contributed to an EPA study of the economic effects of global warming on income distribution in the Willamette Valley, Oregon.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Estimating Economic and Environmental Benefits of Water Markets in a Spatially Diverse Setting (with R.M. Adams and A. Draper). In Conflict and Cooperation in Trans-boundary Water Resources, R. Just and S. Netanyahu, editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers (1998).

Defining the 'Saving' in Agriculture Water When Irrigation Technology is a Choice Variable: The Case of the Klamath Basin. Susan M. Burke, Richard M. Adams. Selected Papers of the 1999 Western Agricultural Economics Association Annual meeting, Fargo, North Dakota.

Harry L. Carlson

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Ecology, University of California-Davis. 1985. Thesis:Wild Oat (Avena fatua L.) Competition with Spring Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

M.S., Agronomy, University of California-Davis, 1981

B.S., Wildlife Biology, University of California-Davis, 1970

EXPERIENCE
1998-present and 1984-1994, Superintendent/Farm Advisor, University of California Intermountain Research and Extension Center, Tulelake, California. Administer 120-acre field research center; direct research, manage personnel, budget, and facilities. Conduct an active education and applied research program in field and vegetable crops. Provide crop cultural advice to growers farming 120,000 acres in Modoc and Siskiyou counties.

1995-1997, Director, Research and Extension Centers (REC), University of California. Responsible for leadership and administration of the University's system of 10 Research and Extension Centers located in major agricultural areas throughout the state. Supervised 10 academic Center Superintendents and guided a combined annual operations and capital improvement budget of more than $9,000,000. Each year the system supported more than 350 individual field, laboratory, or greenhouse research projects, conducted by approximately 170 research project leaders.

1981-1983, Farm Advisor and Research Assistant, Agronomy Department, University of California. Conducted field and vegetable crops research and education programs in Modoc and Siskiyou counties. Conducted detailed research on weed-crop interaction.

1975-1981, Staff Research Associate, Agronomy and Botany Departments, University of California, Davis. Conducted statewide evaluations of small grain varieties. Conducted herbicide and weed competition studies in tomatoes, dry beans, winter cereals, and landscape ornamentals.

1974, Seedstock Agronomist, Northrup King and Company, Woodland, California. Responsible for production of breeder's seedstocks of barley, sunflower, alfalfa, and sudangrass.

1973, Staff Research Associate, Genetics Department, University of California-Davis. Responsible for the maintenance and propagation of genetic seedstocks of dry beans, barley, and wheat.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Mateos, L., C.A. Young, W.W. Wallender and H.L. Carlson. 2000. Simulating Spacially Distributed Water and Salt Balances. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. 126(5): 288-295.

Drake, D.J., K.W. Tate, H.L. Carlson. 2000. Analysis Shows Climate Caused Decrease in Scott River Fall Flows. California Agriculture. 54(6): 46-49.

Voss, R., H. Phillips, K. Brittan, H.L. Carlson, et al. 1999. New Specialty Potato Varieties Give Farmers Growing and Marketing Options. California Agriculture. 3(6) 16-20.

Orloff, S.B., H.L. Carlson (eds.). 1995. Intermountain Alfalfa Management. U.C. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 3366.

Carlson, H.L. 1995. Variety Selection. p.19-24. In S.B. Orloff and H.L. Carlson (eds.). 1995. Intermountain Alfalfa Management. U.C. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 3366.

Carlson, H.L., B.B. Westerdahl. 1995. Nematodes. p. 73-76. In S.B. Orloff and H.L. Carlson (eds.). 1995. Intermountain Alfalfa Management. U.C. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 3366.

Orloff, S.B., H.L. Carlson, B.R. Hanson. 1995. Irrigation. p. 25-40. In S.B. Orloff and H.L. Carlson (eds.). 1995. Intermountain Alfalfa Management. U.C. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 3366.

Drake, D.J., B.B. Norman, H.L. Carlson. 1995. Selenium Content of Plants Grown in Excreta from Selenium Supplemented Cattle. The Professional Animal Scientist. 11:223-237.

Ferris, H., H.L. Carlson, and B.B. Westerdahl. 1994. Crop Rotation Effects on Population Levels of Meliodogyne chitwoodi and Pratyleancaus neuctus, and Consequences for Potato. Agronomy Journal. 86:340-348.

Ferris, H., H.L. Carlson, D. Vigierchio, B.B. Westerdahl, F. Wu, C. Anderson, A. Jurma, and D.W. Kirby. 1993. Host Status of Selected Crops to Meliodogyne chitwoodi. Journal of Nematology. 25(4S):849-857.

Westerdahl, B.B, H.L. Carlson, J. Grant, J.D. Radewald, N. Welch, C.A. Anderson, J. Dango, D.W. Kirby, and F. Shibuya. 1992. Management of Plant-parasitic Nematodes with a Chitin-urea Soil Amendment and Other Materials. Journal of Nematology. 24 (4S): 669-680.

Rykbost, K.A., H.L. Carlson, and R. Voss. 1990. Potato Varieties--An Introduction to Variety Characteristics, Management and Performance in the Klamath Basin. Oregon State University Special Report #859.

Drake, D.W., R.W. Benton, H.L. Carlson, and W.L. Graves. 1989. Cold-tolerant Rose Clovers. California Agriculture. 43(6):16-19.

Carlson, H.L. and J.E. Hill. 1985. Wild Oat (Avena fatua) Competition with Spring Wheat: Plant Density Effects. Weed Science. 33:176-181.

Carlson, H.L., and J.E. Hill. 1985. Wild Oat (Avena fatua) Competition with Spring Wheat: Effects of Nitrogen Fertilization. Weed Science. 34:29-33.

CURRENT RESEARCH INTEREST AND EXPERTISE

Integrated Pest Management: weeds, insects, nematodes, and diseases

Integrated Crop Management: varieties, fertilizer, and irrigation

Monitoring and ameliorating effects of agricultural production on environmental quality

General crop management experience and expertise in potatoes, sugar beets, onions, barley, wheat, oats, alfalfa, sunflowers, tomatoes, and dry beans

Experimental design and conduct of field research experiments

Patty Case

EDUCATION
M.S., Human Nutrition and Food Services, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1987

Dietetic Internship, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, July 1986

B.S., Dietetics, University of California-Davis, 1984

EXPERIENCE
April 2000-present, Family and Community Development Faculty, Oregon State University Extension Service, Klamath County. Provide educational opportunities in areas of health, nutrition, family, and community development.

1991-2000, Dietitian and Diabetes Educator, Merle West Medical Center, Klamath Falls. Assessed nutritional needs of patients and provided appropriate education and/or medical intervention in various clinical settings. Intervention included individual/family counseling, classes, medical treatment, community presentations. Provided education and consultations to other health-care professionals.

1987-1991, Dietary Department Director and Dietitian. Siskiyou General Hospital, Yreka, California. Directed all activities of department, provided medical nutrition therapy to ambulatory/nonambulatory patients.

1985-1986, Dietetic Intern. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Functioned as member of health-care team in food service management and clinical nutrition; taught classes and developed educational material.

1984-1985, Dietary Supervisor, Greenvale Convalescent Hospital, San Pablo, California. Supervised dietary department, prepared meals, purchased food/supplies, and coordinated resident' nutritional care.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Gallagher, T., Case, P., Cartwright, S., Hathaway, R. (publication pending). Extension's Role in Responding to Crisis: Lessons from Klamath Falls, OR. Journal of Extension.

Raab, C., Case, P. (publication pending). Food Biotechnology: Designer Genes for Familiar Foods. Leader guide and participant handouts for FCE on genetically engineered foods. Conducted pilot program, incorporated input from participants.

Emery Castle

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, Iowa State University, 1952

M.S., Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University, 1950

B.S., Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University, 1948

EXPERIENCE
2000-present, Director, Rural Studies Program at Oregon State University

1993-present, Professor Emeritus, Oregon State University

1986-1993, Professor, University Graduate Faculty of Economics, Oregon State University (Chair, 1986-1991)

1979-1986, President and Senior Fellow, Resources For the Future

1976-1979, Vice President and Senior Fellow, Resources For the Future

1972-1976, Dean, Graduate School, Oregon State University

1966-1972, Professor and Head, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oregon State University

1966-1969, Director, Water Resources Institute, Oregon State University

1965-1966, Dean of Faculty, Oregon State University

1962, Visiting Professor, Purdue University

1959-1965, Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oregon State University

1954-1959, Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oregon State University

1952-1954, Agricultural Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

Donald R. Clark

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Agronomy, Texas Tech University, 1999. Dissertation: Influence of Nutrient Challenged Water on Soil and Forage Quality

M.S., Agronomy, New Mexico State University, 1981. Thesis: Effects of Herbicides on Guayule (Parthenium argentatum)

B.S., Biology and Chemistry, Eastern New Mexico University, 1979

EXPERIENCE
1900-present, Research Agronomist, Klamath Experiment Station. Project Leader, Forages and Grains

1999-2000, Research Associate, Department of Plant and Soil Science, Texas Tech University. Project: Development of an agricultural plan utilizing oilfield wastewater

1996-1998, Graduate Assistant, Department of Plant and Soil Science, Texas Tech University. Project: Alleviation of soil and plant injury from wastewater irrigation

1995-1996, Instructor in Chemistry, Department of Math and Science, Clovis Community College

1994, Instructor in Biology, Department of Science, Eastern New Mexico University at Roswell

1992-1994, Truck Farmer

1990-1992, Instructor in Agriculture and Farm Manager, Department of Agriculture and Home Economics, Eastern New Mexico University

1982-1990, Research Biologist, Stauffer Chemical (ICI Americas, Zeneca Inc.)

1976-1977, 1979, 1982, Farmer

1981-1982, Instructor in Science and Greenhouse Manager, Department of Science, New Mexico Military Institute

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

D.R. Clark, C.J. Green, J. Gordon. 2000. Laboratory exercises to demonstrate the effects of salts on plants and soil. Nat Res and Life Sci Ed. 29:41-45.

D.R. Clark, C.J. Green, V.G. Allen, C.P. Brown, 1999. Influence of salinity in irrigation water on forage sorghum and soil chemical properties. J. Plant Nut. 22:1905-1920.

Michael S. Cooperman

EDUCATION
Ph.D. candidate, Oregon State University. Thesis topic: Natural history and ecology of the larval life history stage of the endangered shortnose sucker (Chasmistes brevirostris) and Lost River sucker (Deltistes luxatus). Primary responsibilities: As part of my doctorate program I am executing a research program designed to define and quantify habitat utilization, day and night behaviors, foraging, and community structure experienced by larval suckers in the Williamson and Sprague Rivers and Upper Klamath Lake. Components of the program included 3 field seasons for sample collection (1998-2000), data analysis, and results reporting. I also assisted in the design and execution of multiple experiments on larval suckers. In addition to the larval sucker work, I am executing a multivariate analysis incorporating data on the limnology, hydrology, climate, and sucker population dynamics of the Upper Klamath Lake system.

M.S., University of Montana, 1997. Thesis title: The Process of Mid-channel Alluvial Island Formation as Inferred from Plant Distribution Patterns on Islands of the Swan River, Northwest Montana

B.S., Biology and Environmental Sciences, Tufts University, 1991

EXPERIENCE
Instructor, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Organismal Biology and Ecology, University of Montana

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Biology, Tufts University

1994-1995, Field Chemist, O.H. Materials, California and New Jersey. Primary responsibilities included sample collection at remote field sites using a variety of techniques, including groundwater pumping, soil borers, and air samplers; supervising and documenting groundwater well installations; and data entry and analysis.

1991-1993, Head of Field Services/Assistant Project Manager, Sadat and Associates, Inc. Environmental Engineering and Sciences Consultants. Primary responsibilities included supervising and coordinating a department of 4 people in providing field services and support for company projects typically involving pollution control and remediation and compliance monitoring. Special training included wetlands delineation, health and safety officer training, OSHA 40 Hr Handler of Hazardous Materials training, and OSHA 8 Hr Supervisors training.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Cooperman, M.S. and Carol A. Brewer. The relationship between plant distribution patterns and the process of river island development. In preparation.

Cooperman, M.S. and Douglas F. Markle. 1999. 1999 Annual Report (partial). 2. Larval Ecology of Shortnose and Lost River suckers in the lower Williamson River and Upper Klamath Lake. Submitted to U.S. Biological Resources Division, U.S. Geological Survey, Klamath Project, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

W. Daniel Edge

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Forestry, University of Montana, 1985

M.S., Wildlife Biology, University of Montana, 1982

B.S., Wildlife Biology and Forestry, University of Montana, 1979

EXPERIENCE
2001-present, Department Head, Oregon State University. Provide leadership for teaching, research, and extension programs in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife. Facilitate professional development for faculty and staff. Promote the department within and outside the university. Develop and facilitate collaborative relationships among administrative units within the university and with agencies and organizations outside the university. Build departmental endowment fund.

1997-2001, Mace Professor of Watchable Wildlife, Oregon State University/Associate Professor and Extension Wildlife Specialist. Develop and teach graduate and undergraduate courses in area of expertise. Develop and direct management-oriented research on watchable wildlife. Direct Mace Watchable Wildlife Program. Develop proactive extension programs on wildlife resources of Oregon.

1995-1997, Associate Professor and Extension Wildlife Specialist, Oregon State University. Develop proactive extension programs on wildlife resources of Oregon. Organize and conduct workshops for county extension agents and public conservation organizations. Develop and direct management-oriented research.

1989-1995, Assistant Professor and Extension Wildlife Specialist, Oregon State University. Develop proactive extension programs on wildlife resources of Oregon. Organize and conduct workshops for county extension agents and public conservation organizations. Develop and direct management-oriented research.

1988-1989, Program Instructor, Wildlife Conservation and Management Training Program, Smithsonian Institution. Taught conservation biology and wildlife management concepts and field research techniques to international conservation personnel during U.S. and overseas courses. Assisted in program administration.

1988, Instructor--Assistant Professor Rank, Wildlife Department, Humboldt State University. Taught two classes: Wildlife Management--Mammals and Senior Seminar--Predators, Predation, and Wildlife Management.

1987, Research Specialist, University of Montana. Under contract to U.S. Forest Service, studied ecological and geographical distribution of Yellow Sweetvetch, a principal grizzly bear food in northwestern Montana.

1985-1986, Research Assistant Professor, Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, University of Montana. Designed and conducted study of wild goats and urial in Kirthar National Park, Pakistan, sponsored by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

1985, Visiting Instructor, Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar. Co-taught four-week wildlife techniques training course sponsored by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

1985, Research Specialist, University of Montana. Under contract to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, studied feasibility of methods for assessing carrying capacity for grizzly bears.

1983-1984, Research Specialist, University of Montana. Collected and analyzed data and prepared final report for a nine-year elk habitat study.

1985, Instructor, Zoology Department, University of Montana. Taught two classes: Introductory Ecology and Animal Kingdom

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Hennings, L. and W. D. Edge. 2003. Riparian bird community structure in Portland, Oregon USA: habitat, urbanization and spatial scale patterns. The Condor. In press.

Manning, J. and W. D. Edge. 2003. Small mammal survival and downed wood at multiple scales in managed forests. Journal of Mammalogy. In press.

Wolff, J. O., W. D. Edge, and G. Wang. 2002. Effects of adult sex ratios on recruitment of juvenile gray-tailed voles, Microtus canicaudus. Journal of Mammalogy 83:947–956.

Loegering, J. P., and W. D. Edge. 2001. Reinforcing science with web-based exercises: Examining the benefits of web activities to enhance student learning. Journal of College Science Teaching 31: 252–257.

Ostermann, S. D., J. R. DeForge, and W. D. Edge. 2001. Captive breeding and reintroduction evaluation criteria: a case study of peninsular bighorn sheep. Conservation Biology. 15:749–760.

Wang, G., W. D. Edge, and J. O. Wolff. 2001. Rainfall and Guthion 2S affect gray-tailed vole demography. Ecological Applications 11:928-933.

Sheffield, L. M., J. R. Crait, W. D. Edge, and G. Wang. 2001. Response of American kestrel and gray-tailed voles to vegetation height and supplemental perches. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 79:380–385.

Wang, G., W. D. Edge, and J. O. Wolff. 2001. Demographic uncertainty in ecological risk assessment. Ecological Modelling 136: 95–102.

Wang, G., W. D. Edge, and J. O. Wolff. 2001. Response of bobwhite quail and gray-tailed voles to granular and flowable diazinon applications. Journal of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 20:406–411.

Edge, W. D., and E. M. Schauber. 2000. Factors affecting risk assessment of small mammals to pesticides. Journal of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 19:2735–2741.

Edge, W. D., and J. P. Loegering. 2000. Distance education: expanding learning opportunities. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28:522–533.

Burcham, M. G., W. D. Edge, and C. L. Marcum. 1999. Elk use of private land refuges. Wildlife Society Bulletin 27:833–839.

Wang, G., J. O. Wolff, and W. D. Edge. 1999. Gray-tailed voles do not move to avoid exposure to the insecticide Guthion 2S. Journal of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 18:1824–1828.

Wang, G., W. D. Edge, and J. O. Wolff. 1999. A field test of the quotient method for predicting risk to Microtus canicaudus in grasslands. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 36:207–212.

Schauber, E., and W. D. Edge. 1999. Statistical power to detect main and interactive effects on small mammal population measures. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77:68-73.

Sanders, T. A., and W. D. Edge. 1998. Breeding bird community composition in relation to riparian vegetation structure in the Western United States. Journal of Wildlife Management 62:461–473.

Sveum, C., W. D. Edge, and J. Crawford. 1998. Nesting habitat selection by sage grouse in south-central Washington. Journal of Range Management 51:265–269.

Sveum, C., J. Crawford, and W. D. Edge. 1998. Habitat selection by sage grouse broods in south-central Washington. Great Basin Naturalist 58:344–351.

Diebel, P. L., M. McGinnis, W. D. Edge, and E. Fritzell. 1998. An evaluation of a wildlife distance learning project. NACTA Journal 42:24–31.

Wolff, J. O., E. M. Schauber, and W. D. Edge. 1997. Effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on the behavior and demography of gray-tailed voles. Conservation Biology 11:945–956.

Wisdom, M. J., E. O. Garton, M. M. Rowland, B. Carter, R. A. Riggs, W. D. Edge, D. A. Leckenby, P. Fowler, and J. Bell. 1997. Monitoring effectiveness of management standards and guidelines for elk in national forests of the Blue Mountains. U.S.D.A. Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR.

Wolff, J. O., E. M. Schauber, and W. D. Edge. 1996. Can dispersal barriers really be used to depict emigrating small mammals? Canadian Journal of Zoology 74:1826–1830.

Sterner, R. T., C. A. Ramey, W. D. Edge, T. Manning, and J. O. Wolff. 1996. Efficacy of zinc phosphide baits to control vole populations in alfalfa—an enclosure study. Crop Protection 15:727–734.

Schauber, E. M., W. D. Edge, and J. O. Wolff. 1996. Insecticide effects on small mammals: influence of vegetation structure and diet. Ecological Applications 7:143-157.

Edge, W. D., R. L. Carey, J. O. Wolff, L. M. Ganio, and T. Manning. 1996. Effects of Guthion 2S on Microtus canicaudus: a risk assessment validation. Journal of Applied Ecology 33:269–278.

Smith, S., and W. D. Edge. 1996. Agricultural practices affect botfly (Cuterebridae) prevalance in gray-tailed voles (Microtus canicaudus). Northwest Science 70:20–23.

Pattanavibool, A., and W. D. Edge. 1996. Single-tree selection silviculture affects cavity resources in mixed deciduous forests in Thailand. Journal of Wildlife Management 60:67–73.

Schauber, E. M., W. D. Edge, and J. O. Wolff. 1995. Influence of vegetation height on the distribution and persistence of insecticide residues on alfalfa and soil. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 29:449–454.

Edge, W. D., J. O. Wolff, and R. L. Carey. 1995. Density-dependent responses of gray-tailed voles to mowing. Journal of Wildlife Management 59:245–251.

Manning, T., W. D. Edge, and J. O. Wolff. 1995. Evaluating population size estimators: an empirical approach. Journal of Mammalogy 76:1149–1158.

Marr, V., W. D. Edge, R. A. Anthony, and R. Valburg. 1995. Sheep carcass availability and use by bald eagles. Wilson Bulletin 107: 251–257.

O’Neil, T. A., R. Steidl, W. D. Edge, and B. Csuti. 1995. Using wildlife communities to classify vegetation for assessing biodiversity. Conservation Biology 9:1482–1491.

Bennett, R. S., W. D. Edge, W. L. Griffis, A. C. Matz, J. O. Wolff, and L. M. Ganio. 1994. Temporal and spatial distribution of azinphos-methyl applied to alfalfa. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 27:534–540.

Wolff, J. O., W. D. Edge, and R. Bentley. 1994. Reproductive and behavioral biology of gray-tailed voles. Journal of Mammalogy 75:873–879.

Stussy, R., W. D. Edge, and T. A. O’Neil. 1994. Survival of resident and translocated female elk in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon. Wildlife Society Bulletin 22:242–247.

Leach, R. H., and W. D. Edge. 1994. Summer home range and habitat selection by white-tailed deer in the Swan Valley, Montana. Northwest Science 68:31–36.

Edge, W. D., C. L. Marcum, and S. L. Olson-Edge. 1990. Ecological distribution and grizzly bear use of Hedysarum sulphurescens in northwestern Montana and southeastern British Columbia. Canadian Field-Naturalist 104:435–438.

Edge, W. D., and S. L. Olson-Edge. 1990. Population characteristics and group composition of Capra aegagrus in Kirthar National Park, Pakistan. Journal of Mammalogy 71:156–160.

Edge, W. D., S. L. Olson-Edge, and L. L. Irwin. 1990. Planning for wildlife values in national forests: elk and mule deer habitat as an example. Wildlife Society Bulletin 18:87–98.

Edge, W. D., and C. L. Marcum. 1989. Determining elk distribution with pellet-group and telemetry techniques. Journal of Wildlife Management 53:621–624.

Edge, W. D., S. L. Olson-Edge, and N. Ghani. 1989. Biology and behavior of wild goats and urial at a waterpoint in Kirthar National Park, Pakistan. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 86:166–169.

Edge, W. D., S. L. Olson-Edge, and B.W. O’Gara. 1989. A remotely fired net gun for capture of wild goats and urial. Australian Wildlife Research 16:313–316.

Edge, W. D., S. L. Olson-Edge, and N. Ghani. 1988. Response of wild goats to human disturbance near a waterpoint. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 85:315–318.

Edge, W. D., C. L. Marcum, and S. L. Olson-Edge. 1988. Summer forage and feeding site selection by elk. Journal of Wildlife Management 52:573–577.

Edge, W. D., C. L. Marcum, and S. L. Olson-Edge. 1987. Summer habitat selection by elk in western Montana: a multivariate approach. Journal of Wildlife Management 51:844–851.

Olson-Edge, S. L., and W. D. Edge. 1987. Density and distribution of the mountain plover on the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge. Prairie Naturalist 19:233–238.

Edge, W. D., C. L. Marcum, S. L. Olson, and J. F. Lehmkuhl. 1986. Cow elk herd ranges as management units. Journal of Wildlife Management 50:660–663.

Edge, W. D., C. L. Marcum, and S. L. Olson. 1985. Effects of logging activities on home range fidelity of elk. Journal of Wildlife Management 49:741–744.

Edge, W. D., and C. L. Marcum. 1985. Movements of elk in relation to logging disturbances. Journal of Wildlife Management 49:926–930.

Dhungel, S. K., and W. D. Edge. 1985. Notes on the natural history of Paradoxurus hermaphroditus. Mammalia 49:302–303.

Olson, S. L., and W. D. Edge. 1985. Nest site selection by mountain plovers in northcentral Montana. Journal of Range Management 35:275–280.

Edge, W. D. 1984. Estimating the postmortem interval in big game animals. Journal of Forensic Science 29:1144-1149.

Guillermo Giannico

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Resource Management and Environmental Science, Institute for Resources and Environment, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, 1996. Areas of advanced study: fish ecology, animal behavior, aquatic ecology, limnology, fishery biology, water resources management, fish habitat rehabilitation and conservation, riparian community dynamics, impact assessment of human activities on aquatic environments, quantitative methods, experimental design. Thesis: Juvenile Coho Salmon Habitat Utilization and Distribution in a Suburban Watershed: The Salmon River (Langley, B.C.)

M.S., Biology, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, 1987. Areas of advanced study: population and community ecology, evolution, conservation biology, zoogeography, morphometrics, multivariate statistical analysis. Thesis: Geographic and Sexual Variation of the American Pine Marten (Martes americana) in the Pacific Northwest, with Special Reference to the Queen Charlotte Islands

Licenciatura en Biologia (Major in Ecology), Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1983

EXPERIENCE
2001-present, Fisheries Extension Specialist/Assistant Professor, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University. The main responsibility of this position is the development of educational products and programs and delivery of educational services related to the protection, restoration, maintenance, enhancement, and/or management of anadromous and freshwater species of fish and their watersheds. I make technical information available to extension agents, fisheries managers, and the general public through publications, electronic media, short courses, workshops, and participating in local, regional, and national programs in fisheries and natural resources management. I also conduct and lead research in fish biology, stream and estuarine ecology, and fisheries and watershed management.

1998-2000, Research Associate, Institute for Resources and Environment, University of British Columbia. Completed research projects I had initiated during my postdoctoral tenure in U.B.C.'s Forest Sciences Department. Developed "damage schedules" to assess environmental values among stakeholders in the Salmon River Watershed. In collaboration with Professor R.K. Paisley, I organized the Environmental Seminar (ENSC 508/509) at Capilano College's Environmental Science Program (North Vancouver). Part-time Salmon River Watershed Management Partnership (SRWMP) Coordinator. This multi-stakeholder watershed council developed an integrated management plan for the Salmon River Watershed (Langley, British Columbia).

1996-1998, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Westwater Research Unit, University of British Columbia. Study of the role of artificial side-channels in the conservation and enhancement of coho salmon and steelhead trout populations (project funded by Forest Renewal BC).

1994-1996, Coordinator/Instructor, Langley Environmental Partners Society (LEPS). I was responsible for planning and supervising stream mapping and fish habitat rehabilitation projects conducted by LEPS and local community groups. I was an instructor in LEP's Watershed Stewardship Training Program and lectured on: introductory hydrology, limnology, fish ecology, fish identification and sampling techniques, ecology of aquatic invertebrates and their use as water quality indicators, fish habitat protection and restoration, and principles of conservation biology.

1991-1993, Laboratory Instructor, University of British Columbia: Forestry-Fisheries Interactions (Forest Science Department, 1993); Biological Oceanography (Oceanography Department, 1992); Introductory Biology (Zoology Department, 1991-1992).

1990-1991, Research Assistant, Fish Physiology and Aquaculture Section, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, West Vancouver Lab. Worked in the development of a radio-immunoassay for coho salmon growth hormone.

1989-1990, Laboratory Instructor, University of British Columbia: Vertebrate Zoology (Zoology Department)

1989, Field Assistant, Zoology Department, University of British Columbia. Song sparrow (Melospiza melodia) behavioral ecology on the Gulf Islands, B.C.

1989, Research Assistant, Biology Section, Royal British Columbia Museum, Victoria. Townsend's vole (Microtus townsendii) geographic variation and ecology

1987-1989, Assistant Director, Special Program for the Improvement and Development of Ecological Research (SPIDER), Argentina. I was responsible for organizing and coordinating the activities (e.g., graduate courses, workshops, lectures, field trips, public seminars, and consulting to government agencies) of visiting scientists who were invited to spend their sabbatical leaves in Argentina. Fund-raising campaigns and the administration of funds used to support graduate students' field work, internships, and research contracts were under my supervision. I also provided technical input in environmental impact assessment projects SPIDER conducted for the Ministry of Environment of the Province of Entre Rios, Argentina, and the Municipality of Buenos Aires City.

1985-1986, Laboratory Instructor, University of Victoria: Introductory Biology (Biology Department, 1985-1986); Cell Biology (Biology Department, 1985).

1983-1984, Field Assistant, Argentine National Parks Administration. Study of Southern River Otter distribution and ecology in southern Argentina (1984); ecological study on environmental catastrophism and recolonization of deglaciated areas in Mount Tronador, Argentina (1983).

1980-1982, Laboratory Instructor, Facultad de Ciencias Naturales, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina: General Ecology and Animal Histology.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Chehebar, C.E., A. Gallur, G.R. Giannico, M.D. Gottelli, and P. Yorio. 1986. A Survey of the southern river otter (Lutra provocax) in Lanin, Puelo and Los Alerces National Parks, Argentina, and evaluation of its conservation status. Biological Conservation 38: 293-304.

Nagorsen, D.W., J. Forsberg, and G.R. Giannico. 1988. An evaluation of canine radiographs for sexing and aging Pacific coast martens. The Wildlife Society Bulletin 16: 421-426.

Giannico, G.R., and D.W. Nagorsen. 1989. Geographic and sexual variation in the skull of Pacific coast marten (Martes americana). Canadian Journal of Zoology 67: 1386-1393.

Nagorsen, D.W., R.W. Campbell, and G.R. Giannico. 1991. Winter food habits of marten (Martes americana) from the Queen Charlotte Islands. Canadian Field Naturalist 105: 55-59.

Diez, J.M., G.R. Giannico, E. McLean, and E.M. Donaldson. 1992. The effect of somatostatins (SRIF-14, 25 and 28), galanin and anti-SRIF on plasma growth hormone levels in coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch, Walbaum). Journal of Fish Biology 40: 887-893.

Giannico, G.R., and M.C. Healey. 1998. Effects of flow and food on winter movements of juvenile coho salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 127: 645-651.

Giannico, G.R., and M.C. Healey. 1999. Ideal free distribution theory as a tool to examine juvenile coho salmon habitat choice under different conditions of food abundance and cover. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56: 1-12.

Giannico, G.R. 2000. Habitat selection by juvenile coho salmon in response to food and woody debris manipulations in suburban and rural stream sections. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57: 1804-1813.

Giannico, G.R. , and S. Hinch. In press. The effect of wood and temperature on juvenile coho salmon winter movement, growth, density and survival in side-channels. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management.

Ron Hathaway

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Animal Science, Oregon State University, 1987

M.S., Animal Science, University of Nevada, 1972

B.S., Animal Husbandry, California Polytechnic State University, 1968

EXPERIENCE
1985-present, Oregon State University, Staff Chair, Extension Agent

1972-1985, Oregon State University, County Extension Agent

1970-1976, Oregon Army National Guard

1969-1970, Hunton Farm, general farm work

1968-1969, Self-employed owner-operator, dryland wheat farming operation

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Hathaway, R. 1987. An Appraisal of Risks and Benefits in the Provision of Selenium to Beef Cattle. Ph.D. Thesis, Oregon State University. pp 91.

Hathaway, R. 1972. A Comparison of Stilbestrol and Zeronal on Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Steers Fed a High Roughage Diet. MS Thesis, University of Nevada. pp 64.

Hathaway, R. 1968. Copper supplementation for suckling beef calves. Senior Project, California Polytechnic State College, San Luis Obispo. pp 24.

Hathaway, R., W. Braunworth, S. Cartwright , T. Gallagher, and P. Case. Vol. 53, 2002. University Response To A Community Natural Resource Crisis. Western Section, American Society of Animal Science. Fort Collins, Colorado.

Hathaway, R., J. Oldfield, S. Paxton, and G. Pirelli. 2001. Selenium supplementation of beef cattle via fertilizer amendment. Western Section American Society of Animal Science. Bozeman, Montana.

Hathaway, R., R. Todd and J. Buckhouse. 2001. Wood River Sub-Basin Water Quality As Related To Land Use. Society of Range Management. Kona, Hawaii.

Hathaway, R.L., T. DelCurto and D.J. Carroll. 2000. Beef Cattle Winter Nutrition. Western Section American Society of Animal Science Extension Symposium.

Hathaway, R.L., R.M. Todd, and J.C. Buckhouse, 1998. Land use and ambient temperature effects on instream water temperature in the Wood River watershed. 83rd Annual Meeting National Abstracts, 7.

Hathaway R.L., T. DelCurto, and D.J. Carroll. 1997. Improving economic efficiency by optimizing beef cattle winter-feeding programs. Proceedings American Society of Animal Sciences Western Section. 48:215.

Hathaway, R.L. and D.R. Hill. 1995. Supplementation of Selenium to Beef Cattle. Proceedings Selenium in the Environment: Essential Nutrient, Potential Toxicant. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources-University of California, Veterinary Medicine Extension, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California-Davis.

William, R.D., L. Lev, F. Conway, T. Deboodt, R. Hathaway, R. Todd. 1994. Improving Oregon's Natural Resources: Collaborative learning, systems approaches, and participatory action research. Systems-Oriented Research in Agriculture and Rural Development, International Farming Systems Symposium. Montpellier, France. pp. 355-359.

Hathaway, R.L., J.A. Schmitz, and W.A. Zollinger. 1990. Neonatal mortality and morbidity in beef cattle. Proc. WSASAS 41:192.

Hathaway, R.L., J.E. Oldfield, and G.E. Carter. 1990. Risk and Benefits in the Provision of Selenium for Beef Cattle. The Professional Animal Scientist, 5:2:12-17.

Hathaway, R.L., and W.A. Zollinger. 1989. Pre- and Post-Weaning Response to Growth Promoting Implants in Suckling Steer Calves. Proceedings Western Section American Society of Animal Science and Western Branch Canadian Society of Animal Science, 40:132-133.

Hathaway, R.L., J.E. Oldfield and M.R. Buettner. 1981. Effect of Selenium in Mineral-Salt Mixture on Heifers Grazing Tall Fescue and Quackgrass Pastures. Proceedings Western Section American Society of Animal Science, 32:32-33.

Hathaway, R.L., J.E. Oldfield, M.R. Buettner, M. Hansen and G.E. Carter. 1980. Effective Levels of Selenium in Mineral-Salt Mix for Supplementing Grazing Heifers. Proceedings Western Section American Society of Animal Science, 31:223-225.

Hathaway, R.L., L.D. Allison, J.E. Oldfield, M. Hansen and G.E. Carter. 1979. Effects of Oral Selenium on Performance of Grazing Heifers. Proceedings Western Section American Society of Animal Science, 30:268-270.

Hathaway, R.L., A.L. Lesperance, T.P. Ringkob and J.A. McCormick. 1973. Influence of Zeranol and Stilbestrol on Carcass Characteristics. Proceedings Western Section American Society of Animal Science, 24:300-303.

William K. Jaeger

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Stanford University, 1985

M.A., Stanford University, 1981

B.A., Washington State University, 1976

EXPERIENCE
2001-present, Associate Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University

1997-2001, Associate Professor of Economics, Williams College, Williamstown, MA

1998-2000, Mikesell Visiting Professor of Environmental and Resource Economics, Department of Economics, University of Oregon

1989-1997, Assistant Professor of Economics, Williams College, Williamstown, MA

1996, Visiting Professor, School of Marine Affairs, University of Washington

1994-1995, Visiting Scholar, Graduate School of Public Affairs and Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Washington

1985-1989, Economist, World Bank Trade and Finance Division, Africa Region. Research on economic development and policy impacts in Sub-Saharan Africa

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Carbon taxation when climate affects productivity, Land Economics, Vol. 78(3), August 2002.

Increasing Stream Flows to Sustain Salmon and Other Native Fish in the Pacific Northwest (with Raymond Mikesell). Contemporary Economic Policy, forthcoming.

Economic Growth and Environmental Resource Allocation (with Van Kolpin). March 2001. Williams College Economics Department Working Paper.

Comment on 'Landing Fees versus Harvest Quotas with Uncertain Fish Stocks,' by Martin Weitzman. Proceedings of the IIFET 2000 Conference, International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, July 2000.

Environmental and Distortionary Taxes in Perspective. 2001. Manuscript.

Double Dividend Reconsidered. Presented at the AERE Workshop on Market-Based Instruments for Environmental Protection, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, July 18-20, 1999, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Pollution, smoke and mirrors: environmental taxes and the double dividend hypothesis. In Proceedings: 91st Annual Conference on Taxation. Washington, DC: National Tax Association, 1999.

Saving salmon with fishwheels: a bioeconomic analysis, Natural Resources Journal, Vol. 37, No. 4, Fall 1997.

The welfare cost of a global carbon tax when tax revenues are recycled. Resource and Energy Economics, Vol. 17 (1), March 1995.

Is sustainability optimal?: examining the differences between economists and environmentalists. Ecological Economics. Vol. 15, October 1995.

Smallholder wood production and population pressure in East Africa: evidence of an environmental Kuznets curve? (with S. Patel and T. Pinckney). Land Economics, November 1995.

The causes of Africa's food crisis, World Development, Vol. 20, No. 11, Nov. 1992.

Utilization, profitability, and the adoption of animal draft power in West Africa (with Peter Matlon). American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 72, No. 1, Feb. 1990.

The effect of policy reforms on agricultural incentives in Sub-Saharan Africa (with Charles Humphreys). American J. of Agric. Economics, Vol. 70, No. 5, December 1988.

Denise Lach

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Sociology, University of Oregon, 1992. Dissertation: Legitimation Process in Environmental Dispute Resolution

M.S., Sociology, University of Oregon, 1988

B.S., English/Education, University of Minnesota, 1976

EXPERIENCE
2000-present, Co-Director, Center for Water and Environmental Sustainability (CWESt) and Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Oregon State University

1999-2000, Interim Director, Center for Analysis of Environmental Change (CAEC), Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Oregon State University

1996-1999, Human Dimensions Program Director, CAEC, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Oregon State University

1994, Instructor, University of Western Washington

1992-1995, Research Scientist, Battelle Seattle Research Center, and Adjunct Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Washington

1986-1991, Teaching and Research Assistant, University of Oregon

1984-1986, Instructor, Oregon State University

1985, Instructor, Linfield College, McMinnville, OR

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Brent, Steel, Denise Lach, Peter List, and Bruce Shindler. 2001. The Role of Scientists in Natural Resource and Environmental Policy Processes: A Comparison of Canadian and American Publics. Journal of Environmental Systems: 28(2): 135-157.

Lach, Denise, Helen Ingram, and Steve Rayner. Forthcoming. Coping with Climate Variability: Municipal Water Agencies in Southern California. In Henry F. Diaz, ed. Climate and Water Resources in the Americas.

Jones, Sharon, Denise Lach, and Baruch Fischhoff. 1999. Evaluating the Interface Between Climate Change Research and Decision Making. Climatic Change 1-19.

Jones, Sharon, Baruch Fischhoff, and Denise Lach. 1998. An Integrated Assessment for the Effects of Climate Change on the Pacific Northwest Salmon Fishery. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 16(3).

Lach, Denise, Court Smith, Steve Polasky, Bob Lackey, George Stankey, and C. Jeffrey Brandt. 1997. Emerging Ecological Policy: Winners and Losers. Human Ecology Review 4(1): 1.

Lach, Denise and Peter List. 2001. Credibility and Advocacy of Environmental Scientists in Resource Decision Making: A Regional Study. Proceedings of the 2001 Annual IIEFT Conference.

Rayner, Steve, Denise Lach, Helen Ingram, and Mark Houck. 2001. Why Water Resource Managers Don't Use Climate Forecasts. Summary Final Report to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration published as an International Research Institute on Climate Prediction Working Paper. NY: Columbia University.

Thompson, Michael, Steve Rayner, Luther Gerlach, Michael Grubb, Denise Lach, Steven Ney, Mathew Paterson, Adam Rose, and Peter Timmerman. 1998. Cultural Discourses. Pp 265-343 in Rayner and Malone, eds. Human Choice and Climate Change, Volume I: The Societal Framework. Columbus, Ohio: Battelle Press.

Lach, Denise H. and Peter Hixson. 1996. Developing Indicators to Measure Values and Costs of Public Involvement Activities. Interact 2(1): 50-67.

Kerry Locke

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Crop Science, Oregon State University, 1991

M.S., Crop Science, Colorado State University, 1980

B.S., Agronomy, Colorado State University, 1978

B.A., Biology, San Francisco State University, 1971

EXPERIENCE
1996-present, Associate Professor and Extension Agent-Row Crops and Horticulture, Oregon State University, Klamath Falls

1992-1996, Assistant Professor and Extension Agent-Row Crops and Horticulture, Oregon State University, Klamath Falls

1991-1992, Research Assistant, Cereal Crops, Oregon State University

1985-1991, Graduate Research Assistant, Wheat, Oregon State University

1980-1985, Rupert Extension Agricultural Agent, University of Idaho

1978-1980, Graduate Research Assistant, Field Corn, Colorado State University

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Rykbost, K.A., and Locke, K.A. 1999. Effect of Seedpiece Size on Performance of Three Potato Varieties in the Klamath Basin of Oregon. Amer J of Potato Res 75:75-82.

Rykbost, K.A., James, S., Hane, D., Mosley, A., and Locke, K.A. 1995. Cultural Management of Century Russet Potatoes. Special Report 942, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University Extension Service, 5 p.

Locke, K.A., and Turner, B. 1995. Enterprise Budget Potatoes, South Central Region. EM 8589, Oregon State University, Extension Service, 4 p.

Locke, K.A., Rykbost, K.A., and Dovel, R.L. 1998. Weed Control in Sugarbeets, 1997. pp. 82-86. In: Special Report 992, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University.

Rykbost, K.A., Maxwell, J., and Locke, K.A. 1998. Effect of Seedpiece Treatment with Fungicides on Russet Norkotah, 1997. pp. 64-68. In: Special Report 992, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University.

Rykbost, K.A., Locke, K.A., and Maxwell, J. 1998. Effect of Seedpiece Size on Performance of Three Potato Varieties. pp. 42-52. In: Special Report 992, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University.

Locke, K.A. 2001. Klamath Basin Potato Extension Program. Proceedings 34th Annual Oregon Potato Conference. Portland, OR. pp. 22-23.

Locke, K.A., Hakiza, J.J., Turiho-Habwe, G., Kakuhenzire, R., Wagoire, W., Kanzikwera, R. 2000. Potato Research and Development in Uganda--Impact Assessment 1999-2000. ACDI/VOCA, Kampala, Uganda, Africa.

Locke, K.A. 2000. Klamath Basin Potato Extension Program. Proceedings 33rd Annual Oregon Potato Conference. Portland, OR. pp. 61-62.

Locke, K.A. 1999. Klamath Basin Potato Extension Program. Proceedings 32nd Annual Oregon Potato Conference. Portland, OR. pp. 72-73.

Reed Marbut

EDUCATION
Juris Doctor, Northwestern School of Law, Lewis & Clark College, 1987
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Colorado State University, 1960

EXPERIENCE
current, Intergovernmental Coordinator and Dispute Resolution Facilitator, Oregon Water Resources Department

current, Adjunct Professor, College of Law, Willamette University

1993-1995, Administrator, Water Rights Division, Oregon Water Resources Department

1990-1993, Manager, Adjudication Section, Oregon Water Resources Department

1987-1990, Law Firm Associate, Layman, Loft, Arpin & White, Spokane, Washington

1983-1984, Montana State Senator, Chairman, Committee on Indian Affairs; Vice Chairman, Public Health Committee

1979-1983, Montana Land Management Committee, National Wildlife Federation

1965-1979, Faculty Affiliate, Department of Range Management, School of Forestry, University of Montana

1963-1983, Managing General Partner, Grant Creek Ranch, Missoula, Montana

1960-1963, Practice of Veterinary Medicine

Douglas F. Markle

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Marine Science, College of William and Mary, 1976

M.S., College of William and Mary, 1972

B.S., Cornell University, 1969

EXPERIENCE
1991-present, Professor of Fisheries, Oregon State University

1985-1991, Associate Professor of Fisheries, Oregon State University

1977-1985, Research Scientist, Huntsman Marine Laboratory, Canada

1973-1977, Graduate Research Assistant, Virginia Institute of Marine Science

1971-1972, Marine Scientist, Virginia Institute of Marine Science

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Terwilliger, M., P. A. Murtaugh, J. Kann and D. F. Markle. in press. Associations between water quality and daily growth of juvenile shortnose and Lost River suckers in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc.

Markle, D. F., R. French, S. Naman, J. Demarest and M. Hatfield, in press. Historical patterns of skeletal deformities in fishes from the Willamette River, Oregon. Northwestern Naturalist.

Lorion, C., D. F. Markle, S. Reid, and M. Docker, 2000. Re-description of the presumed-extinct Miller lake lamprey, Lampetra minima. Copeia, 2000 (4): 1019-1028.

Markle, D. F. and D. L. Hill, Jr. 2000. Taxonomy and distribution of the Malheur mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdi complex. Northwest Science, 74(3):202-211.

Simon, D.C. and D. F. Markle, 1999. Evidence of a relationship between smallmouth bass (Micopterus dolomeiu) and decline of Umpqua chub (Oregonichthys kalawatseti) in the Umpqua basin, Oregon. Northwestern Naturalist, 80:110-113.

Nielsen, J. G., D. M. Cohen, D. F. Markle, and C. R. Robins, 1999. FAO species catalogue, vol. 18. Ophidiiform fishes of the world (Order Ophidiiformes). An annotated and illustrated catalogue of pearlfishes, cusk-eels, brotulas and other ophidiiform fishes known to date. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, 178 p.

Melendez, R. C. and D. F. Markle, 1998. Phylogeny and zoogeography of Laemonema and Guttigadus (Pisces; Gadiformes; Moridae). Bull. Mar. Sci., 61:593-670.

Toole, C. L., D. F. Markle and C. J. Donohoe, 1997. Settlement timing, distribution and abundance of Dover sole (Microstomus pacificus) on an outer continental shelf nursery area. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 54:531-542.

Markle, D. F., 1997. Audubon's hoax: Ohio River fish described by Rafinesque. Archives of Natural History, 24:439-447.

Hoff, G. R., D. J. Logan and D. F. Markle, 1997. Otolith morphology and increment validation in young Lost River and shortnose suckers (Ostariophysi: Catostomidae). Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc., 126(3):488-494.

Simon, D. C. and D. F. Markle, 1997. Interannual abundance of nonnative fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas) in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Great Basin Naturalist, 57(2):142-148.

Hoff, G. R., D. J. Logan and D. F. Markle, 1997. Otolith morphology and increment validation in young Lost River and shortnose suckers (Ostariophysi: Catostomidae). Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc., 126(3):488-494.

Leslie Richards

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Human Development, Cornell University, 1987

M.A., Child Development and Early Education, Stanford University, 1976

B.A., Psychology, Stanford University, 1975

EMPLOYMENT
1989-present, Assistant Professor, Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University

1987-1989, Project Coordinator, Longitudinal Study of Generations, University of Southern California and Research Associate, Andrus Gerontology Center

1984-1987, Coordinator of Field Operations, Longitudinal Study of Generations, University of Southern California

1981-1982, Instructor, Department of Psychology, Pomona and Scripps Colleges

1980, Instructor, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Cornell University

1978-1979, Teaching Assistant, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Cornell University

1977-1978, Assistant Director, Bing Nursery School, Stanford University

1976-1977, Teacher-Director, Institute for Child Behavior and Development Nursery School, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Bailey, S. and Richards. L. (in press). Challenges in evaluation: Assessing processes and outcomes in human service programs. Journal of Teaching Marriage and Family.

Schmiege, C., Richards, L., and Zvonkovic, A. ( in press). Remarriage: For love or money? Journal of Divorce and Remarriage.

Richards, L., Sano, Y., and Corson, C. 2001. A foundation for the future: Outcomes of Oregon's 1999/2000 Even Start Programs. Technical report prepared for the Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development. Corvallis, OR: College of Home Economics and Education, Oregon State University.

Richards, L., Merrill, M., Corson, C., Sano, Y., Graham, N., and Weber, P. 2001. After we say goodbye: A follow-up of Oregon's Even Start families. Technical report prepared for the Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development. Corvallis, OR: College of Home Economics and Education, Oregon State University.

Richards, L., Pamulapati, S., Corson, C., and Merrill, M. 2000. I used to have my head down all the time. Now it's up. Technical report prepared for the Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development. Corvallis, OR: College of Home Economics and Education, Oregon State University.

Richards, L., Corson, C., Harrington, E. Merrill, M, and Pamulapati, S. 1999. Growth, opportunity and change: A report on the outcomes of Oregon's 1997/1998 Even Start programs. Technical report prepared for the Oregon Department of Education. Corvallis, OR: College of Home Economics and Education, Oregon State University.

Richards, L. 1998. One step at a time: A report on the outcomes of Oregon's 1996/97 Even Start Programs. Technical report prepared for the Oregon Department of Education. Corvallis, OR: College of Home Economics and Education, Oregon State University.

Lynch, M. & Richards, L. 1997. Role adjustment in southeast Asian refugee families. Refuge, 16 (5), 18-23.

Richards, L. Bailey, S. Brinkman, D. and Manoogian-O’Dell, M. 1996. A report on Oregon's 1995/1996 Even Start programs. Technical report prepared for the Oregon Department of Education. Corvallis, OR: College of Home Economics and Education, Oregon State University.

Richards, L., and Bailey, S. 1996. A report on Oregon's 1994/1995 Even Start programs. Technical report prepared for the Oregon Department of Education. Corvallis, OR: College of Home Economics and Education, Oregon State University.

Richards, L. N. and Schmiege, C. J. 1993. Problems and strengths of single parent families: Implications for practice and policy. Family Relations, 42, 277-285.

Hare, J., and Richards, L. N. 1993. Children raised by lesbian couples: Does context of birth affect father and partner involvement? Family Relations, 42, 249-255.

Roberts, R. R., Richards, L. N., and Bengtson, V. L. 1991. Intergenerational solidarity in families: Untangling the ties that bind. Marriage and Family Review, 16, 11-46.

Richards, L. N. 1989. The precarious survival and hard-won satisfactions of white single-parent families. Family Relations, 38, 396-403.

Richards, L. N., Bengtson, V. L., and Miller, R. B. 1989. The "generation in the middle": Perceptions of changes in adults' intergenerational relationships. In Kreppner, K. & Lerner, R.M. (Eds.), Family systems and life-span development. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Zvonkovic, A., and Richards, L. N. 1990. Individual and family development. In C. Pratt (Ed.), Gerontology in Home Economics: A Guide to Seventeen Courses. Corvallis, OR: College of Home Economics, Oregon State University.

Richards, L. N. 1988. Single mothers and male partners. Human Ecology Forum, 17 (1), 7-10.

Richards, L. N. 1987. The ecologies of single parenthood: Mothers and children living with and without male partners. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Cornell University.

Richards, L. N., and Cohen, J. S. 1981. The closing of elementary schools: Impact on young children. Final technical report prepared for the National Science Foundation, Cornell University.

Richards, L. N., and Cohen, J. S. 1981. Reactions of children to school closings. Human Ecology Forum, 11 (4).

Jeff Romm

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Agricultural (Resource) Economics, Cornell University, 1970

M.S., Agricultural (Resource) Economics, Cornell University, 1968

B.S., Forestry, University of California at Berkeley, 1964

EXPERIENCE
1980-present, University of California at Berkeley, Professor of Resource Policy (Assistant, Associate, Full): Department of Forestry and Resource Management (1980-1995); Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management (1995-present); Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Policy (1996-present); College of Natural Resources, Chair, Division of Resource Institutions, Policy and Management, College of Natural Resources (1996-2000); UC Representative, Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project Steering Committee (1994-1998); Visiting Fellow, East-West Center (1994); Chair, Energy and Resources Group (1988-1994); Visiting Professor, Chiangmai University (1990); Chair (1986-1989) and Associate Chair (1984-1986); Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies

1970-1980, The Ford Foundation: Program specialist in forestry, natural resources, environment, and rural development, South Asia (New Delhi, India, 1978-1980); Visiting Fellow, Stanford Food Research Institute (Palo Alto) and Resources for the Future (Washington, D.C., 1977-1978 ); Program specialist in land and water resources, environment, and rural development, Southeast Asia (Bangkok, Thailand, 1970-1977)

1969-1970, Lecturer in Resource Economics, Department of Agricultural Economics, Cornell University

1968, Soil inventory specialist, The Soil Division of British Columbia, Canada Land Inventory, Kelowna, British Columbia

1964-1966, Afforestation officer, Nepal Forest Department/U.S. Peace Corps, Chautada Division

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1990. Foreward to S.D. Richardson, Forests and Forestry in China: Changing Patterns of Resource Development, Island Press, Covelo CA. xv-xviii

1990. Groundwater Depletion in India-Institutional Management Regimes (with M.C. Chandrakanth), Natural Resources J. (30) 3:485-501.

1990. Forestry and Food," book review, Ecology of Food and Nutrition, Vol. 24, 2 pp

1990. Applying Ecosystem Analysis To Choices in Rural Development: Three Districts of Vinh Phu Province, Vietnam, in Cuc, Le Trong, K. Gillogly and A.T. Rambo, Agroecosystems of the Midlands of Northern Vietnam, Occ. Paper 12, Environment and Policy Institute, East-West Center, Honolulu.

1990. Southern Vietnam Agroecosystem Analysis: Soil Resources and Their Management in the Dong Nai River Basin, in Gillogly, K. and A.T. Rambo, Agroecosystems of the Mekong Delta: A Preliminary Human Ecology Field Study in Three Provinces in the Southern Region of Vietnam, (with Le Phat Quoi, Phung Thi Nguyet Hong, Nguyen Van Hao, Huynh Tran Quoc, Le Viet Dung, Hoang Huu Cai, and Huyn Thi Le Nguyen), SUAN Khon Kaen, Thailand.

1991. Sacred Forests, Secular Forest Policies, and People's Actions (with M.C. Chandrakanth). Natural Resources J. 3(4):741-56.

1991. Potential Roles of the State in Emerging Watershed Institutions (with M. Baker); Calif. Dept. Forestry and Fire Protection, Sacramento, pp. 59.

1991. Exploring Insitutional Options for Global Forest Management, Options For Global Forest Management, International Institute for Environment and Development, London.

1991. Pacific Rim Perspectives of Sustainability: The Social Forest, Proc. 1991 National Convention Soc. American Foresters. Washington, D.C., 45-50. Revision published in 1992 as 'Perspectives of Sustainability: The Social Forest,' J. Tree Sciences, 11(1): 1-10.

1991. The Healthy Forest: A Social Perspective, Proc. 1991 Annual Meeting of the California Forest Pest Council. Sacramento, 25-26.

1992. The Pinelands National Reserve: An Intergovernmental Approach To Nature Preservation (with Robert Lilieholm); J. Environmental Management 16(3):335-343.

1993. Sustainable Forestry, An Adaptive Social Process, in Aplet, G., N. Johnson, J. Olson and V.A. Sample, Defining Sustainable Forestry, Island Press, Washington D.C. pp 280-293.

1993. Forestry For Development: Lessons From Asia, in W. Bentley, P. K. Khosla, and K. Seckler, (eds.), Agroforestry in South Asia: Problems and Applied Research Perspectives, Oxford, Delhi.

1993. Forests and Atmospheric Carbon: Achieving National Policy Mediation Between International Interests in Climate and Local Users of Land, in J. Trilling and S. Strom (eds.) Global Climate Change: European and American Policy Responses. Univ.California Center European Studies, Berkeley, and Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Oslo, 147-158.

1993. Towards Adaptive Strategies For Sustainable Rural Development: Possible Directions For Collaborative Research. IESAM Bulletin, Institute of Environmental Science and Management, Univ. Philippines, Los Banos. XIII (1&2): 7-11.

1994. Watersheds and Social Systems: Linking Causes and Consequences of Watershed Activities, D. Erman (ed.) Obstacles to Watershed Management. Water Resources Center Report No. 81. Univ. California.

1994. Professional Springtime, J. Forestry 92(4):47.

1994. Sustainable Forests and Sustainable Forestry, J. Forestry 92(8):35-39.

1994. Impacts of Rice Production on Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases, in D. Caron et al. (eds.) Ecological and Social Dimensions of Global Change, Inst. International Studies, Univ. Calif., Berkeley, 172-174.

1994. Jurisdictional Relations in Ecosystem Management: Some Observations from California, in Cong. Res. Serv. (ed.), Ecosystem Management: Status and Potential, Library Congress. U.S. Printing Office. Washington, 97-106.

1995. Forest Development and Policy Dilemmas (principal contributor), in UNFAO, The State of Food and Agriculture: 1994. UNFAO. Rome. pp 251-347.

1995. Reclaiming the Commons of Public Trust, in J. Endter-Wada and R. Lilieholm (eds.) Conflicts in Natural Resources Management: Integrating Social and Ecological Concerns. Utah State Univ., Logan. 45-49.

1995. Common Ground, in J. Endter-Wada and R. Lilieholm, eds. Conflicts in Natural Resources Management: Integrating Social and Ecological Concerns. Utah State Univ., Logan. 95-98.

1996. Tension Between the Science and the Management of Watersheds: The Need for a Public Science, in D. Erman (ed.) Watersheds '94, Wildland Resources Center Report No. 86. Univ. California.

1996. The Impacts of Economic Liberalization on The People and Environment of Lap Thach District (with Dang Thi Sy), in L.T. Cuc, A.T. Rambo, K. Fahrney, T.D. Vien, J. Romm and D.T. Sy (eds.) Red Books, Green Hills: The Impact of Economic Reform on Restoration Ecology in the Midlands of Northern Vietnam. East-West Center. Honolulu. pp 73-110.

1997. Macro-Environmental Policy: Merging Economic, Social and Environmental Considerations in National Policy Frameworks. Proceedings of Conference (1996) on Economic Integration and the Environment in Southeast Asia. Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. Univ. California.

1997. Regional Arrangements for Environmental Security and Sustainable Development in the Ganges-Brahmaputra Basin (with L. Rose and B. Crow). UNDP. New York.

1997. What Is Watershed Stability: Lessons from science, policy and practice, in S. Somarstrom (ed.) The Pursuit of Watershed Stability. Water Resources Center Report No. 92. Univ. California.

1998. Sustainable Forestry: The Pursuit of Innovation. in MacArthur Foundation Working Group, The Business of Sustainable Forestry. MacArthur Foundation. pp 1-9. Republished in Jenkins, M. and E. Jones (eds.) 1999. The Business of Sustainable Forestry. Island Press. Covelo, California. pp 11-23.

2000. California Forest Policy Must Bend To The New Social Order. California Agriculture. March

2000. Social Diversification of ‘The Forest,’ in Xu Jian Wu (ed.) Links Between Cultures and Biodiversity. Yunnan Science and Technology Press. Kunming. pp 387-395.

2000. Diversity, in Xu Jian Wu (ed.) Links Between Cultures and Biodiversity. Yunnan Science and Technology Press. Kunming. 1028-1030.

2001. Investing in Ecosystems and Communities (with V. Luzadis, C. Alkire, C. Mater, W. Steward, L. Wills, and D. Vaagen) in G. Gray, M. Enzer, and J. Kusel (eds.) Understanding Community-Based Forest Ecosystem Management. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. Vol 12 No 3/4. Republished in hard cover by Harwood Press.

2001. The Coincidental Order of Environmental Injustice, in K. Mutz and G. Byner (eds.) Justice and Natural Resources. Island Press, Covelo.

Kenneth A. Rykbost

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Soils, Oregon State University, 1973

M.S., Agronomy, Cornell University, 1966

B.S., Agricultural Engineering, Cornell University, 1963

EXPERIENCE
1993-present, Professor/Superintendent, Klamath Experiment Station, Oregon State University

1987-1993, Associate Professor/Superintendent, Klamath Experiment Station, Oregon State University

1976-1987, Crop Scientist, McCain Foods Limited, Florenceville, N.B., Canada

1973-1976, Research Associate, Long Island Veg. Research Farm, Cornell University

1972-1973, Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Soil Science, Oregon State University

1967-1972, Research Associate, Department of Soil Science, Oregon State University

1963-1967, Research Associate, Department of Agronomy, Cornell University

MAJOR RESEARCH INTEREST
Potato variety development and cultural management

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

M.S. Thesis, 1967. Corn yield response to surface drainage by bedding on Panton Silt Loam under variable fertility management. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Ph.D. Thesis, 1973. An evaluation of soil warming for increased crop production. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.

Rykbost, K.A., R. Voss, S.R. James, A.R. Mosley, B.A. Charlton, D.C. Hane, R.H. Johansen, S.L. Love, and R.E. Thornton. 2001. Winema: an early maturing, red-skinned cultivar for fresh market. Am J Potato Res 78:371-375.

Rykbost, K.A., R. Voss, S.R. James, A.R. Mosley, B.A. Charlton, D.C. Hane, R.H. Johansen, S.L. Love, and R.E. Thornton. 2001. Mazama: an early maturing, bright red-skinned cultivar for fresh market. Am J Potato Res 78:383-387.

Mosley, A.R., K.A. Rykbost, S.R. James, D.C. Hane, C.C. Shock, B.A. Charlton, J.J. Pavek, S.L. Love, D.L. Corsini, and R.E. Thornton. 2001. Klamath Russet: a full season, fresh market, long russet. Am J Potato Res 78:377-381.

Mosley, A.R., S.R. James, D.C. Hane, K.A. Rykbost, C.C. Shock, B.A. Charlton, J.J. Pavek, S.L. Love, D.L. Corsini, and R.E. Thornton. 2000. Umatilla Russet: A full season long russet for processing and fresh market use. Am J Potato Res 77:83-88.

Mosley, A.R., S.R. James, C.C. Shock, D.C. Hane, K.A. Rykbost, B.A. Charlton, D.G. Holm, S.L. Love, D.L. Corsini, J.J. Pavek, and R.E. Thornton. 2000. Russet Legend: A full season long russet for processing and fresh market use. Am J Potato Res 77:77-82.

Mosley, A.R., S.R. James, K.A. Rykbost, D.C. Hane, C.E. Stanger, C.C. Shock, J.J. Pavek, D.L. Corsini, J.C. Miller, Jr., S.L. Love, R.E. Thornton, D.G. Holm, and R.E. Voss. 2000. Century Russet: A high-yielding fresh market cultivar with Verticillium resistance. Am J Potato Res 77:161-165.

Rykbost, K.A. and K.A. Locke. 1999. Effect of seed piece size on performance of three potato varieties in the Klamath Basin of Oregon. Am J Potato Res 75:75-82.

Rykbost, K.A., D.C. Hane, P.B. Hamm, R. Voss, and D. Kirby. 1999. Effect of seedborne Potato Virus Y on Russet Norkotah performance. Am J Potato Res 75:91-96.

Feibert, E.B.G., S.R. James, K.A. Rykbost, A.R. Mitchell, and C.C. Shock. 1995. Foliar-applied methanol and potato yield and quality. HortScience 30:494-495.

Rykbost, K.A., N.W. Christensen, and J. Maxwell. 1993. Fertilization of Russet Burbank in short- season environment. Am Potato J 70:699-710.

Rykbost, K.A. and J. Maxwell. 1993. Effects of plant population on the performance of seven varieties in the Klamath Basin of Oregon. Am Potato J 70:463-474.

Rykbost, K.A., G.W. Selleck, R.S. Kossac, and C.C. Chu. 1979. Fertilizer rates, potato tuber yields and nitrate pollution of underground water. Canadian J of Plant Science.

Rykbost, K.A. and R.C. Cetas. 1977. Influence of slit plastic mulches and nitrogen fertilization rates on potato yield and quality. Am Potato J 54:531-537.

Baier, J.H. and K.A. Rykbost. 1976. The contribution of fertilizer to the groundwater on Long Island. Ground Water. 14:439-448.

Rykbost, K.A., L. Boersma, and G. Jarman. 1975. Soil temperature increases induced by subsurface line heat sources. Agron J 68:94-99.

Schmisseur, E.W., L. Boersma, H.J. Mack, and K.A. Rykbost. 1975. Yield response to soil warming: economic feasibility. Agron J 67:794-798.

Rykbost, K.A., L. Boersma, H.J. Mack, and E.W. Schmisseur. 1975. Yield response to soil warming: vegetable crops. Agron J 67:738-743.

Rykbost, K.A., L. Boersma, H.J. Mack, and E.W. Schmisseur. 1975. Yield response to soil warming: agronomic crops. Agron J 67:733-738.

Boersma, L. and K.A. Rykbost. 1975. Soil warming with power plant waste heat in greenhouses. Horticulture 10:28-30.

Boersma, L. and K.A. Rykbost. 1973. Integrated systems for utilizing waste heat from steam electric plants. J Environ Qual 2:179-187.

Rykbost, K.A., P.J. Zwerman, and R.F. Lucy. 1967. Surface drainage research: I. Bedding as evaluated by corn response under two fertility levels on a very fine textured aeric ochraqualf. Agron J 59:324-327.

Bruce Sorte

EDUCATION
M.A.I.S., Agricultural and Resource Economics, Economics, and Political Science, Oregon State University, 2002. Thesis: Building Economically Resilient Rural Communities

Graduate Study, Economics, University of Montana

Graduate Study, Economics, Portland State University

B.S., Economics, Oregon State University, 1973

EXPERIENCE
2002-present, Adjunct Faculty/Community Economist, Agricultural and Resource Economics Department, Oregon State University. Provide economic analysis of counties and regions through developing and explaining input/output economic models.

1990-present, Business and Personnel Officer, College of Agricultural Sciences, Oregon State University. Build the state biennial budget, assist 28 on- and off-campus units in managing the $35-million annual state budget, manage human resources, coordinate off-campus communication/computer connectivity, and manage the federal excess property program.

1985-1990, Manager, Contracts, Payroll and Property Control, Oregon State University. Review and approve research proposals for fiscal and contractual soundness, negotiate research and general contracts, write subcontracts, resolve contractual issues during the studies, manage special projects, establish policy and make or approve major payroll decisions, set priorities for equipment control and disposal, purchase and lease real property and manage liability insurance for the University.

1978-1985, Manager, Pump Customer Service Department, Bingham Willamette Company, Portland, OR. Maintained all customer relations for pump sales orders, including phone requests, plant visits, negotiations resolving technical problems, and supervising department employees; project manager for major pump equipment projects.

1974-1978, Banking, Grant Management, and Retailing

Rodney Todd

EDUCATION
M.S., Agronomy, Colorado State University, 1970
B.S., Irrigation, University of California, 1968

EXPERIENCE
2000-present, Professor and Extension Agent, Oregon State University Extension, Klamath County

1981-2000, Associate Professor and Extension Agent, Oregon State University Extension, Klamath County

1974-1981, Assistant Professor and Extension Agent, Oregon State University Extension, Klamath County

1970-1974, Assistant Engineer, Tulelake Irrigation District, Tulelake, CA

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS/ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Professor Todd provides leadership for Klamath County OSU Extension teaching, research, and demonstration programs in production and marketing of irrigated cereal grains, alfalfa and other forage crops, irrigated pasture and related natural resource management. He is a licensed Oregon Pesticide Consultant and American Society of Agronomy Certified Crop Adviser. He has authored numerous publications on marketing and management of Klamath Basin irrigated crops and agricultural stewardship of soil and water related resources. In addition to his professional activities as Oregon State University Extension Agronomist for Klamath County, he operates a small, irrigated pasture-based commercial cattle ranch.

Bruce Weber

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin, 1973

M.S., Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin, 1972

B.A., Political Science, Seattle University, 1965

EXPERIENCE
1974-present, Oregon State University, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Assistant Professor (1974-1979); Associate Professor (1979-1984); Professor since 1984. Responsible for Extension programs in state and local government finance and regional economics; research on poverty, rural labor markets, and rural development; and graduate/undergraduate courses in the economics of rural development and poverty.

January-June 1984, Visiting Professor of Agricultural Economics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

1972-1974, Project Associate, Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison

1965-1967, U.S. Peace Corps, Rural Community Development Volunteer, Chile

EXTENSION PROGRAMS
State Tax and Welfare Policy (1988-present). Provides Oregon policymakers with analysis of state policy options, focusing on the impact on low-income populations, rural areas, and rural people. The Oregon Legislature and Department of Housing and Community Services are using analytical tools developed in this program.

Revitalizing Rural Oregon Economies (1980-present). Provides state and community leaders with analysis of the economic structure and potential of rural communities so they can understand and improve local economies.

State and Local Government and Taxes (1974-present). Provides citizens with information and analysis of the structure, functions, and financing of state and local government so they can vote and participate effectively in civic affairs.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Weber, Bruce A., Greg J. Duncan, and Leslie A. Whitener, editors, Rural Dimensions of Welfare Reform: Welfare, Food Assistance and Poverty in Rural America. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute (in press).

Weber, Bruce A. and Robert E. Howell, editors, Coping with Rapid Growth in Rural Communities, Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1982.

Weber, Bruce A., Extractive Industries and Rural-Urban Economic Interdependence, in The American Countryside: Rural People and Places, pp. 155-179, Emery N. Castle, editor, Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1995.

Deaton, Brady J. and Bruce A. Weber, The Economics of Rural Areas, Chapter 14 in R.J. Hildreth et al., editors, Agriculture and Rural Areas Approaching the Twenty-first Century: Challenges for Agricultural Economics, Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1988.

Kraybill, David S. and Bruce A. Weber, Workforce Investments and Poverty Dynamics, Review of Regional Studies, forthcoming.

Weber, Bruce A., Greg J. Duncan and Leslie A. Whitener, Welfare Reform in Rural America: What Have We Learned? American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 83(5):1280-1290, December 2001.

Waters, Edward C., Bruce A. Weber and David W. Holland, The Role of Agriculture in Oregon's Economic Base: Findings from a Social Accounting Matrix. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 24(1):266-280, July 1999.

Davis, Elizabeth E. and Bruce A. Weber, Linking Policy and Outcomes: A Dynamic Simulation of State Policy and Poverty Incidence Growth and Change, 29 (Fall 1998):423-444.

Weber, Bruce A., Crossing the Next Meridian: The Economics of Rural-Urban Interdependence, Institutions, and Income Distribution in the American West, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 23(1):1-11, July 1998.

Waters, Edward C., David W. Holland and Bruce A. Weber. Economic Impacts of a Property Tax Limitation: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis of Oregon's Measure 5. Land Economics 73(1):72-89. February 1997.

Kraybill, David S. and Bruce A. Weber, Institutional Change and Economic Development in Rural America, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 77(5):1265-1270, December 1995.

Weber, Bruce A., Welfare Reform Reauthorization: The Importance of Place, Poverty Research News, the Newsletter of the Northwestern University/University of Chicago Joint Center for Poverty Research, 5(6):14-15, November-December 2001. http://www.jcpr.org/newsletters/vol5_no6/index.html

Cornelius, Jim, David Holland, Edward Waters and Bruce Weber, Agriculture and the Oregon Economy, SR 1014, Oregon State University Extension Service, March 2000. http://eesc.orst.edu/agcomwebfile/edmat/SR1014.pdf

Weber, B. and S. Bowman, Economic Well-Being and Poverty in Oregon and Its Counties, EM 8751, Oregon State University Extension Service, December 1999. http://eesc.orst.edu/agcomwebfile/edmat/EM8751Oregon.pdf

Weber, Bruce A. Economic Policy, in Encyclopedia of Rural America: the Land and People, Gary A. Goreham, editor, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1997.

Teresa Welch

EDUCATION
M.A., International Affairs, George Washington University, 1986

B.A., International Studies and Spanish, Ohio University, 1981

EXPERIENCE
1994-present, Editor, Extension and Experiment Station Communications, Oregon State University

1992-1994, Publishing Manager, InScribe, Inc., Boston, MA

1989-1991, Publications Specialist, Republic Research Training Centers, Charlottesville, VA

1987-1989, Research Assistant, International Business Studies Center, University of Virginia

1986-1987, Associate Editor/Government Relations Counsellor, International Business-Government Counsellors, Washington, DC

1984-1986, Research Analyst, International Business-Government Counsellors, Washington, DC

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Conducting International Market Research: A Guide (University of Virginia and the Virginia Department of World Trade, 1989).

Investment Strategies and the Plant-Location Decision: Foreign Companies in the United States, with Robert Haigh, Richard Adams, and Clark Driftmier (New York: Praeger Publishers, 1989).


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