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About Jenise M. Bauman

Dr. Jenise Bauman is a restoration ecologist and professor at Western Washington University in Huxley College of the Environment on the Peninsulas.  She earned her Ph.D. from Miami University, M.S. from West Virginia University, and B.S. at Eastern Kentucky University.  Dr. Bauman is initiating projects that are focused on the restoration of coal mine landscapes in the Appalachian forests, the recovery of riparian forests in the Pacific Northwest, and the reconstruction of estuaries in urban areas of the Western Washington peninsulas.  Her research couples field methods with molecular techniques to better understand vegetation establishment, plant interactions, and system recovery in disturbed soils.  Research foci include belowground interactions of beneficial fungi during restoration, impact of invasive species on plant-fungal mutualisms, and plant pathology within forest restoration.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Environmental Sciences, Western Washington University Huxley College of the Environment
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Present Assistant Professor, Huxley College on the Peninsulas, Western Washington University Huxley College of the Environment
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Western Washington University
Environmental Sciences 522
Mailstop 9181
Phone: (360) 650-2844

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