Environmental Studies Conference Presentations
This collection contains conference presentations made in conjunction with the Environmental Studies Program.
Environmental Studies is a field that crosses the boundaries of traditional disciplines, challenging faculty and students to look at the relationship between humans and their environment from a variety of perspectives. The Environmental Studies Program at the University of Oregon draws upon the strengths of our campus community and our connections to the greater geographic area of the Pacific Northwest. Our students have the opportunity to integrate coursework in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities, as well as the professional programs of management, public policy, design, and law.
The program offers undergraduate and graduate training leading to a B.A./B.S. in Environmental Studies or Environmental Science; an M.A./M.S. in Environmental Studies; or a Ph.D. in Environmental Science, Studies, and Policy (ESSP).
For more information on the program, visit the web site.
Benton County’s Prairie Species Habitat Conservation Plan: Signposts for the future of species-based land-use regulation? (The Wildlife Society, Oregon Chapter, 2011-02-10)Does Benton County's recently approved Habitat Conservation Plan address concern that species-based land-use regulation (whether prohibitions or mitigation requirements) might be counterproductive to the survival of ...
Expanding the range of regulatory strategies for conserving biodiversity: implications of the Willamette Valley's oak savanna (University of Oregon, Environmental Studies Program, 2006-06)