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Making my way up north along the historical “Wool Wagon Pathway,” I reached the World Heritage area known as Shark Bay where I lived and worked on yet another sheep station. This station, comprised of over 500,000 acres, was steeped in Australia’s wool history. I had finally reached what felt like the “real outback.” Red, …

This post serves to share my final thesis document and poster to the SGE and Lewis & Clark communities. Below is the abstract of my report as well as links to PDF files of my thesis and poster. Link here to my thesis document Link here to my thesis poster Abstract: Both Southern Chile and …

This post contains links to the final thesis that I wrote and accompanying poster. Also included is the abstract: In this project I present a critical analysis of dynamic power relations enacted through sustainable development. Current research on discourse and sustainable development has called for a more concrete description of sustainable development in order to …

Here is my abstract, my final thesis, and my poster! In this thesis, I explore the unintentional environmental exclusion of certain bodies in alternative food distribution networks in Portland, Oregon.  I look specifically at two nonprofits – Portland Fruit Tree Project and Zenger Farm – that attempt to make fresh, local, and organic produce more …

This thesis uses COASST seabird beaching data to analyze spatial patterns in seabird beachings across beaches in Southern Washington State, including bird carcass preservation, which body parts tend to remain on the bird the most, and species, as well as the data itself and the number of surveys that have been collected at each beach. …