Melissa R.A. Pingree
Melissa R.A. Pingree, Ph.D.
Department of Natural Resources and Society
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1136
Moscow ID 83844-1136
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington 2017
- Master of Science (M.Sc.) Environmental Science, Western Washington University, 2011
- Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Natural Resources, The University of Montana, 2006
- Soil Biogeochemistry
- Soil Ecology & Microbiology
- Pyrogenic Carbon
- Fire Ecology
- Pingree, Melissa RA, Emile E. DeLuca, Daniel T. Schwartz, and Thomas H. DeLuca. 2016. Adsorption capacity of wildfire-produced charcoal from Pacific Northwest forests. Geoderma 283: 68-77.
- DeLuca, T.H., H.C. Glanville, M. Harris, B.A. Emmett, M.R.A. Pingree, L.L. de Sosa, C. Morená, and D.L. Jones. 2015. A novel biologically based approach to evaluating soil phosphorus availability across complex landscapes. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 88:110-119.
- Pingree, M.R.A., P.S. Homann, B. Morrissette, and R. Darbyshire. 2012. Long and short-term effects of fire on soil charcoal of a conifer forest in southwest Oregon. Forests, 3: 353-369.
- Molecular Genetics Equipment for Shared, Multi-Disciplinary Research Laboratory at the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington Student Technology Fee, 2016, $138,347
- NSF's East Asia and Pacific Summer Program, 2016, $5,000
- Robert J. Luxmoore Graduate Student Travel Award, Forest, Range, and Wildland Soils division of the Soil Science Society of America, 2016, $1,000
- P.E.O. Scholar Award, Philanthropic Educational Organization - Chapter EC, 2015-2016, $15,000
Research & Outreach
- NSF Fellow, National Science Foundation East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes Program, Hokkaido University, Japan, Summer 2016. Collaborators: Dr. Tom DeLuca, University of Montana & Dr. Makoto Kobayashi, Hokkaido University.
- Graduate Research Assistant, University of Washington and USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Summer 2015 and Fall 2017. Collaborators: Dr. Morris Johnson, PNW Research Lab, and Dr. Ernesto Alvarado, University of Washington.
- Expanding Your Horizons Network, Edmonds Community College, March 22nd 2016.