Kelly  Burnett
Kelly Burnett
Courtesy Assistant Professor

Habitat use of salmon and trout across landscapes; Stream ecology, landscape ecology, geomorphology, forest policy.

OSU Campus
Fisheries and Wildlife
Forestry Science Laboratory
Room 278
Corvallis, OR 97331
United States
(541) 750-7309

Research

My research interests center around three broad topics: 1)Understanding how salmon and trout use stream habitats and how these habitats are distributed across a landscape; 2) Evaluating and developing spatial data for broad-scale research and management of stream ecosystems; and 3)Advancing knowledge of interactions among in-channel conditions, watershed processes, and land management to better evaluate policy options.

Teaching

FW/Geo 599 Landscape influences on streams

Biography

2001 - Ph.D. Fisheries Science, Oregon State University
1987 - M.S. Fisheries Science, Oregon State University
1981 - B.S. Biology & Chemistry, Berry College, Mount Berry, GA

I accept graduate students for the Fisheries and Wildlife Department

Fun Fact

Enjoys meditation, SCUBA diving, listening to rivers, traveling (by foot, bike, boat, plane, ...)