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environment and natural resources | News and Research ...
“Today, you go through the same area and instead of dense vegetation that you
have to fight through, it's a park-like stand of predominantly big trees,” said Bill
Ripple, a co-author of the study and forestry professor at Oregon State University.
“It's just a different world.” That world may still be quite beautiful with its jagged, ...
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environment and natural resources | News and Research ...
“Wild fruit is typically an important part of grizzly bear diet, especially in late
summer when they are trying to gain weight as rapidly as possible before winter
hibernation,” said William Ripple, a professor in the OSU Department of Forest
Ecosystems and Society, and lead author on the article. “Berries are one part of a
diverse ...
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college of liberal arts | News and Research Communications ...
The second part of the program, “So Much Worth Saving,” will feature OSU
philosopher Michael Paul Nelson facilitating a brief talk with OSU scientists Kim
Bernard, Matthew Betts, Selena Heppell, Mark Hixon and Bill Ripple. The
evening will finish with “Continuing Conversations” in the Giustina Gallery. The
interactive ...
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people programs and events | News and Research Communications ...
The second part of the program, “So Much Worth Saving,” will feature OSU
philosopher Michael Paul Nelson facilitating a brief talk with OSU scientists Kim
Bernard, Matthew Betts, Selena Heppell, Mark Hixon and Bill Ripple. The
evening will finish with “Continuing Conversations” in the Giustina Gallery. The
interactive ...
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environment and natural resources | News and Research ...
The second part of the program, “So Much Worth Saving,” will feature OSU
philosopher Michael Paul Nelson facilitating a brief talk with OSU scientists Kim
Bernard, Matthew Betts, Selena Heppell, Mark Hixon and Bill Ripple. The
evening will finish with “Continuing Conversations” in the Giustina Gallery. The
interactive ...
http://oregonstate.edu/ua/ncs/categories/environment-amp-natural-resources%3Fpage%3D10 - 237k
environment and natural resources | News and Research ...
One such change that has been suggested - a shutdown of a major ocean
current and circulation pattern in the North Atlantic ocean that currently is
responsible for warming much of Europe - might have other ripple effects that
would cause regional climate impacts to vary. "You'll always have some
uncertainties when you ...
http://syslearn.oregonstate.edu/ua/ncs/categories/environment-amp-natural-resources%3Fpage%3D25 - 76k
college of forestry | News and Research Communications | Oregon ...
... such as agriculture and forestry, in exchange for gazetting large remote
undisturbed reserves. A disproportionately large impact arises from the first
disturbance to forests.” Co-authors included William Ripple, Kimberly Millers,
Adam Duarte and Ben Phalan at Oregon State; and Stuart Butchart at BirdLife
International.
http://oregonstate.edu/ua/ncs/categories/college-forestry%3Fpage%3D3 - 910k
college of engineering | News and Research Communications ...
But health, safety and happiness that start on the workshop floor can ripple
through the entire community and society, Haapala said, and they are too
important to be pushed aside. This approach incorporates previous concepts of
sustainability that have been found to have proven value, such as “life cycle
assessment” of ...
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engineering and technology | News and Research Communications ...
But health, safety and happiness that start on the workshop floor can ripple
through the entire community and society, Haapala said, and they are too
important to be pushed aside. This approach incorporates previous concepts of
sustainability that have been found to have proven value, such as “life cycle
assessment” of ...
http://oregonstate.edu/ua/ncs/categories/engineering-and-technology%3Fpage%3D2 - 108k
marine science and the coast | News and Research ...
Usually triggered by earthquakes, they bear little resemblance to the usual ocean
waves which are a mere ripple by comparison, and have nothing to do with tides,
even though they are often inaccurately referred to as tidal waves. They can be
huge and travel at enormous speeds of more than 400 miles per hour, fast ...
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