Ecotone, a journal published annually by students in the Environmental Studies Program, is a venue for communication and exchange within the Environmental Studies Program - among undergraduates, core and affiliated faculty, staff, alumni, and graduate students - as well as across campus disciplines and departments.

Recent Submissions

  • Ecotone: 2013: 1 (Spring) 

    Unknown Author, (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2013) (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2013)
    Essays: Waves of Whales - Sadie Trush / Bionic Rhythm - Kirsten Vinyeta / Counting Stomata - Allyson Woodard Fiction: To Hear the Earth Speak - Francesca Varela / Interview “To Make Change You Need to be Inspired” - ...
  • Ecotone : 2012: 1 (Spring) 

    Unknown Author, (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2012) (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2012)
    Features: Tapestried in Green: When the Trees Came Down at Camp - Melissa Sexton / Time for Justice - Julie Bacon / Generational Sovereignty and the Land - John Edward Davidson / Salmon Seasons - Rick Gurule / The ...
  • Ecotone : 2010 : 1 (Spring) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2010)
    Features: The Climate Crisis in Oregon / by Kevin Horan -- Breaking Through the Sirens’ Song / by Kory Northrop -- Change and Constancy / by Alan Dickman -- Exploring Oregonians’ beliefs about consumption and climate ...
  • Ecotone : 2009 : 1 (Spring) 

    University of Oregon. Environmental Studies Program (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2009)
    Features: I Call Shotgun!: Vying for the Front Seat in the Proverbial Environmental Studies Car / by Sarah Jaquette Ray -- Active Listening & Environmental Inclusiveness / by Rob Hoshaw -- Small is Dutiful: The Tractable ...
  • Ecotone : 2008 : 1 (Spring) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2008)
    The theme of the 2008 Ecotone is Urban Ecology. The editorial team chose this topic to reflect current trends in environmental studies and ecological thought. Amidst the insecurities surrounding global climate collapse, ...
  • Ecotone : 2002 : 2 (Spring) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2002)
  • Ecotone : 2007 : 2 (Spring) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2007)
  • Ecotone : 2006 : 2 (Spring) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2006)
  • Ecotone : 2005 : 1 (Winter) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2005)
  • Ecotone : 2003 : 1 (Fall) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2003)
  • Ecotone : 2002 : 1 (Winter) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2002)
  • Ecotone : 2001 : 2 (Spring) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2001)
  • Ecotone : 2001 : 1 (Winter) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2001)
  • Ecotone : 2000 : 1 (Fall) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2000)
  • Ecotone : 1999 : 2 (Fall) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 1999)
  • Ecotone : 1999 : 1 (Summer) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 1999)
  • Ecotone : 1997 : 1 (Winter) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 1997)
  • Ecotone : 1998 : 1 (Fall) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 1998)
  • Ecotone : 1997 : 2 (Fall) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 1997)
  • Ecotone : 2005 : 2 (Spring) 

    Unknown author (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2005)