Masters ThesisFish, forests, fire and freedom : infringements of Karuk religious freedom through federal natural resource managementHolmlund, Robert CroyReligious freedom is necessarily a broad concept since it must apply to a wide range of religions. Yet, religious freedom in the United States is rooted in the First Amendment, which was created for a limited set of religions (i.e., Protestant Christi . . .
Masters ThesisBat use of old growth redwood basal hollows with increasing isolation in contiguous, remnant, and legacy forest standsRoberts, AmyRoosting habitat is one of the most essential habitat components to consider for conservation of bat populations. Basal hollows found almost exclusively in old growth redwood trees provide a distinct roost type that has been recognized as a widely use . . .
Masters ThesisMovements and habitat use of female Roosevelt elk in relation to human disturbance on the Hoko and Dickey Game Management Units, WashingtonStorlie, Jason TevisAnthropogenic disturbance may alter the movements and habitat use of Roosevelt elk (Cervus elaphus roosevelti). Persistent human disturbance may ultimately lead to increased energetic demands, decreased reproductive success, a greater risk of predatio . . .
ProjectTracking opportunities for solitude: a wilderness encounter monitoring program for Jennie Lakes WildernessMacias, MiguelThe purpose of the project is to develop a program to monitor solitude opportunities in the Jennie Lakes Wilderness. The wilderness in question is located in the central Sierra Nevada mountains approximately sixty miles east of Fresno, California. The . . .