Steven P. Cline
Freshwater Ecology Branch
- B.S., University of Illinois, Urbana; Forestry and Zoology, 1973
- M.S., Oregon State University, Corvallis; Forest Science, Wildlife Science, 1977
- 1993-1995: National Quality Assurance Program Coordinator for the Forest Health Monitoring Program, part of the national interagency
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program.
Research Interests and Skills:
- Plant diversity patterns
- Riparian ecology
- Remote sensing in environmental monitoring
- EPA Bronze Medal for Commendable Service, 2003
- EPA Division Team Honor Award, Environmental Management Systems Committee, 2003
- Barker, J., M. Bollman, P. Ringold, J. Sackinger, and S. Cline. 2002. Evaluation of metric precision for a riparian forest survey. Environ. Mont. Assess. 75:51-72.
- Landers, D.H., P.K. Haggerty, S. Cline, W. Carson, and F. Faure. 2000. The role of regionalization in large river restoration. Verh. Int. Verein. Limnol. 27:344-351.
- Young, D.R., S.P. Cline, D.T. Specht, P.J. Clinton, B.D. Robbins, and J.O. Lamberson. 2000. Mapping spatial/temporal distributions of green macroalgae in a Pacific Northwest coastal estuary via small format color infrared aerial photography. Pages 285-286, Vol. 2, in Proceedings Sixth International Conference on Remote Sensing for the Marine and Coastal Environments, Charleston, South Carolina, May 2000, Veridian ERIM International, Ann Arbor.
- Stapanian, M. A., D.L. Cassell, and S.P. Cline. 1997. Regional patterns of local diversity of trees: associations with anthropogenic disturbance. Forest Ecology and Management 93:33-44.
- Stapanian, M. A., S.P. Cline, and D.L. Cassell. 1997. Evaluation of a measurement method for forest vegetation in a large-scale
ecological survey. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 45:237-257.