Reed College Canyon

Student Research


Where the wild things are: diversity and distribution of small mammals in the Reed College Canyon
by Kraus, Jacob


Macroinvertebrate diversity in the Reed College Canyon
by Jenny Balmagia


Salmon Increase in the Reed Canyon: A Multi-Year Study of Conservation and Restoration
by Jack Craig


Phenology and Morphology of Taricha granulosa Overwintering Larvae and Aquatic Adults in Reed College Canyon: Implications for Ecological Restoration
by Mathilde Mouw


Microbial Diversity on the Anode Surface of a Reed Lake Sediment Fuel Cell
by Charles Morse


Ecological analysis of spatial and temporal patterns in distribution and abundance of fishes in the Reed Canyon Stream.
by L. R. Bryant


Diversity and distribution of fish in the Reed College Canyon: using fish assemblages to assess water quality and ecosystem health
by Annika Saltman

Urban wildlife conservation: genetic diversity and connectivity of three populations of Taricha granulosa in an urban matrix
by Luke Frishkoff

Microevolution of Gasterosteus aculeatus in the Johnson Creek watershed
by Maximillian Oliver Press

Ragamuffin to riches, gulch to glen: The restoration of an urban ecosystem and long term amphibian monitoring in the Reed College Canyon
by Vimal Golding

Growth and viability of the red-legged frogs (Rana aurora) introduced in the Reed College Canyon
by Xeno Acharya


Ecological structure of a newly discovered population of newts, Taricha granulosa, in the Reed College canyon
by Beth Mendelsohn


A plan for the modification of the Reed Canyon as frog habitat: perspectives of adaptive management and surrogate translocation
by Kimberly Ann Camacho

Live or Die: A first enclosure experiment with coho salmon (Onychorhynchus kisutch) in the canyon
by Leah Cook


Morphological Variation in Populations of Threespine Stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) in the Reed College Canyon
by Meng Qi (abstract)

Urban Restoration and Conservation: Reed College Canyon and the Pacific Treefrog, Pseudacris regilla
by Alexandra Schaich Borg (abstract)

An evaluation of the effects of the restoration of the Reed college Canyon on the abundance, distribution, and morphology of the Oregon salamander,Ensatina eschscholtzii oregonensis
by Ashley Rogers

Chorus in the canyon? Evaluating the translocation of the Pacific Treefrog, (Pseudacris regilla), into the Reed Canyon as a component of a long-term restoration project
by Sara Albornoz

Morphological variation and demography of stickleback populations in the Reed College Canyon
By Ezra Lencer
(bound and on file in the Brehm Biodiversity Center B215)


Translocation of Hyla regilla into the Reed canyon
by Lee DelMonte Hallagan (abstract)


Sexual Dichromatism and Condition Dependence in Ultraviolet Coloration of two Species of Jay (Corvidae)
by Arthur Bass (abstract)

The Reed College Campus Carbon Budget: Sources and Sinks of Carbon in the Grassland, Forest and Spring Water of Reed College Campus
by Michele La Merrill (abstract)

The Role of Interspecific Competition in Allowing the Coexistence of Ensatina eschscholtzii oregonensis and Plethodon vehiculum
by Tiffany Thornton (abstract)

Mr. Toad Goes for a Ride: Amphibian Decline, Its Causes, and Solutions through Management and Conservation
by Jennifer Rose Webster (abstract)

An Evaluation of Methods for Monitoring Ensatina eschscholtzii oregonensis in the Reed College Canyon
by Kyla Zaret (abstract)


Amphibian Monitoring in the Reed College Canyon : Spatial Distribution of the Oregon salamander, "Ensatina eschscholtzii oregonensis"
by Greg Dutton (abstract)

To Bank or Not to Bank: A Feasibility Analysis of Establishing Salmon Habitat Banking Programs in the Portland Metro Area
by Gordon R. Feighner (abstract)


Avian Response to Urban Landscapes: Implications for Restoration of the Reed Canyon
by Brian John O'Shea (abstract)


Unidirectional Gene Flow: A Computer Model and a Population Genetic Survey of the Water-Dispersed Annual, Impatiens capensis
by Benjamin Polacco (abstract)


A population study of threespine sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus) in the Reed college Canyon during the summer of 1995
By Nicholas Manoukis
(bound and on file in the Brehm Biodiversity Center B215)


The Basis of Pollinator Discrimination Between Male and Female Phase Flowers in Impatiens capensis and the Implications for Plant Mating Systems
by Robin Russell (abstract)


Resource Allocation and the Response to Tail Autotomy in a Plethodontid Salamander, Ensatina eschscholtzii oregonensis
by Kristine Marie Rheaume (abstract)


The Home Range and Population Biology of the Oregon Salamander, Ensatina eschscholtzii oregonensis, in the Reed College Canyon
by Nathalie Jeanne Etienne Jacqmotte (abstract)

The Effects of Climate and Microclimate on the Surface Activity of the Oregon Salamander, Ensatina eschscholtzii oregonensis, in the Reed College Canyon
by Duncan Stuart Michael Parks (abstract)


An Investigation of Aquatic Environmental Quality in the Reed Canyon Through Use of a Bioassay
by Caitlin R. Cray (abstract)


Urban Stream Ecology: 3 Portland Streams
by Maria Chloë Haws (abstract)


Birdwatching in the Reed Canyon: An Empirical and Theoretical Approach
by Emile Schoffelen (abstract)


Plucked breath : paintings
by Andrew Finch Magee


Some Aspects of the Dynamics of an Ecosystem: The Reed College Canyon Stream
by David Coleman (abstract)


An Investigation of the Environment and Nature of the Fat-Soluble Pigments in the Sediments of the Reed Lake
by David Thomas Mason (abstract)


The Description of Euryhelmis pacificus N. SP., and Notes on its Life Cycle
by Clyde Senger (summary)


A Study of the Diatoms in Reed College Lake
by Eleanor Arlene Danielson (summary)


An Investigation into the Life History and Habits of Ensatina eschscholtzii eschscholtzii
by Helen Leslie McKay (abstract)


Vascular Plants of the Reed College Campus
by Una V. Davies (excerpt)


Observations on the Fresh-water Hydroid in the Portland Region
by Richard Lawford (excerpt)


A Study of Cladocera Based on Forms Found in Reed College Lake
by Maxine Lesseg (excerpt)


Nitrogen Cycle in Water
by Louise Odale (introduction)


The Plants of Multnomah County
by William Richard Van Dersal (excerpt)


Some Mosses of Reed College Campus
by Carra E. Horsfall (excerpt)