Specialty: Forest and riparian ecology Silviculture
Research: Restoration and management of aquatic and riparian ecosystems in Oregon; land management impacts on riparian ecosystems. Currently the lead scientific and administrative support person for the Independent Multidisciplianry Science Team (http://www.fsl.orst.edu/imst/) for the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watershed (http://www.oregon-plan.org/).
Mailing Address: Department of Fisheries & Wildlife, Oregon State University, 104 Nash Hall, Corvallis, OR 97331
Degrees: M.S. - 1992, Forest Ecology/Forestry, Michigan State University, East Lansing B.S. - 1990, Botany, University of Maryland, College Park
Personal Interests: Fossil hunting and rock hounding, hiking, nature writing and photography, mushroom hunting, and traveling throughout North America with my husband and daughter.
Hometown: Huntingtown, Maryland
Other: Selected Publications: Chan, S.S., D.J. Larson, K.G. Maas-Hebner, W.H. Emmingham, S.R. Johnston, and D.A. Mikowski. 2006. Overstory and understory development in thinned and underplanted Oregon Coast Range Douglas-fir stands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 36(11): 2696-2711. Maas-Hebner, K.G., W.H. Emmingham, D. Larson, S.S. Chan. 2005. Establishing hardwood and conifer seedlings in thinned Douglas-fir stands in the Oregon Coast Range. Forest Ecology and Management. 208: 331-345. Maas-Hebner, KG, and BA Schrader. 2001. The Effects of Silvicultural Activities on Wildlife and Fish Populations in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest: An Annotated Bibliography from 1960 to 1999. Forest Research Laboratory, OSU, Corvallis. Research Contribution 32 (peer reviewed). Hayes, J.P., M.D. Adam, D. Bateman, E. Dent, W.H. Emmingham, K.G. Maas, and A.E. Skaugset. 1996. Integrating research and forest management in riparian areas of the Oregon Coast Range. Western Journal of Applied Forestry, 11(3):85-89.