Kathy Maas-Hebner
Lead Technical Assistant to the IMST and Principle Assistant to Team Chair

I study the behavior of migratory whales using remote sensing. 

OSU Campus
Fisheries and Wildlife
Oregon State University
Weniger Hall Room 449
Corvallis, OR 97331
United States
541-517-5736

Biography

1992, MS Foresty/Forest Ecology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

1990, BS Botany, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 

Publications

Hughes RM, Dunham S, Maas-Hebner KG, Yeakley JA, Schreck C, Harte M, Molina N, Shock CC, Kaczynski VW, and Schaeffer J. 2014. A review of urban water body challenges and approaches: I. Rehabilitation and remediation. Fisheries.

Hughes RM, Dunham S, Maas-Hebner KG, Yeakley JA, Schreck C, Harte M, Molina N, Shock CC, Kaczynski VW, and Schaeffer J. 2014. A review of urban water body challenges and approaches: II. Mitigation. Fisheries.

Chan SS, Larson DJ, Maas-Hebner KG, Emmingham WH, Johnston SR, and Mikowski DA. 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 KG, Emmingham WH, Larson D, Chan SS. 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 Schrader BA. 2001.  The Effects of Silvicultural Activities on Wildlife and Fish Populations in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest: An Annotated Bibliography from 1960 to 1999. Research Contribution 32. Forest Research Laboratory, OSU, Corvallis.

Hayes JP, Adam MD, Bateman D, Dent E, Emmingham WH, Maas KG, and Skaugset AE. 1996. Integrating research and forest management in riparian areas of the Oregon Coast Range. Western Journal of Applied Forestry, 11(3):85–89.


Books:
Yeakley JA, Maas-Hebner KG, Hughes RM (editors). 2014. Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest. Springer, New York.


Book Chapters:
Maas-Hebner, K.G. 2014. Prioritizing, monitoring, assessing, and communicating rehabilitation efforts in urbanized watersheds. Chapter 14 in Yeakley JA, Maas-Hebner KG, Hughes RM (editors). Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest. Springer, New York.

Maas-Hebner KG. 2014. Rehabilitating aquatic ecosystems in developed areas. Chapter 13 in Yeakley JA, Maas-Hebner KG, Hughes RM (editors). Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest. Springer, New York.

Maas-Hebner, KG, Dunham S. 2014. Market-based strategies to offset new development impacts on aquatic ecosystems. Chapter 15 in Yeakley JA, Maas-Hebner KG, Hughes RM (editors). Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest. Springer, New York.

Maas-Hebner, KG, Dunham S. 2014. Urbanization impacts on Pacific Northwest aquatic and riparian habitats. Chapter 6 in Yeakley JA, Maas-Hebner KG, Hughes RM (editors). Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest. Springer, New York.

Maas-Hebner KG, Schreck CB, Hughes RM S. 2014. Salmonids in the urban Environment: Lethal and sublethal effects. Chapter 12 in Yeakley JA, Maas-Hebner KG, Hughes RM (editors). Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest. Springer, New York.

Yeakley JA, Maas-Hebner KG, Hughes RM. 2014. Salmonid rehabilitation lessons from the Pacific Northwest. Chapter 18 in Yeakley JA, Maas-Hebner KG, Hughes RM (editors). Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest. Springer, New York.