Cultural and Environmental Resource Management

Understanding the CWUMCE’s Collections using Cultural Biographies: A Study of Edward and Juanita Haines

Author(s) Dyana Poffenroth Faculty Mentor(s) Hope Amason (Anthropology & Museum Studies), Lourdes Henebry-DeLeon (Anthropology) Abstract Just like larger museums, small museums are ethically obligated to reconnect their collections to creator communities—albeit under the constraint of minimal resources. Within the Central Washington University Museum of Culture… Read More »Understanding the CWUMCE’s Collections using Cultural Biographies: A Study of Edward and Juanita Haines

A Regional Synthesis of Post-Glacial Fire History in the Eastern Cascades, Washington, using Macroscopic Charcoal Analysis

Author(s) Brynn Harrison Faculty Mentor(s) Megan Walsh (Geography) Abstract The recent rise in severe wildfires in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) has created a heightened sense of urgency and reignited public interest in wildfire risk. In order to put this rise into a broader spatial and… Read More »A Regional Synthesis of Post-Glacial Fire History in the Eastern Cascades, Washington, using Macroscopic Charcoal Analysis

Evaluating Determinants of Residential Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Uptake in Washington State: A Spatial-Temporal analysis of 2000-

Author(s) Caleb Valko Faculty Mentor(s) Robert Hickey, pHd (Geography), Charles Wassell (Economics), Hongtao Dang (Construction Management) Abstract The Earth is experiencing the effects of climactic warming as a result of greenhouse gas emissions. One way to address this problem is to replace existing generation capacity… Read More »Evaluating Determinants of Residential Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Uptake in Washington State: A Spatial-Temporal analysis of 2000-