Peter Homann received degrees in chemistry
from Case Institute of Technology (B.S., 1975), natural sciences from
ESCI 340 Biostatistical Analysis
ESCI 431 Watershed Biogeochemistry
ESCI 443 Ecological Images
Mariah Colton. in progress. Coarse woody debris influence on microclimate in the recently dewatered sediments on the Elwha River, WA.
Ezra Citron. 2016. Black cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa) nutrition in the dewatered Lake Aldwell reservoir of the Elwha River, Washington. M.S. thesis, Western Washington University. Bellingham.
Hanna Winter. 2014. Temperature and moisture effects on respiration in the organic horizaon of a Pacific Northwest forest soil. M.S. thesis, Western Washington University. Bellingham.
Melissa Pingree, 2011, M.S. thesis, Western Washington University, “The first pre- and post-wildfire charcoal quantification using peroxide-acid digestion”
Emily Cavaliere, 2010, M.S., Western Washington University, “Elwha River sediments: Dynamics of phosphorus during anoxic-oxic transition”
Stephanie McDowell, 2010, M.S., Western Washington University, “Burn severity and whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) regeneration in the North Cascades”
Casey Kulla, 2006, M.S., Western Washington University, “Twentieth-century climate change in the eastern North Cascades and subalpine forest expansion”
Cliff Palmer, 2004, M.S.,
Duane Bays, 2003, M.S.,
Angela Haffie, 2002, M.S., Western Washington University, "Performance of dry detention ponds and a grass swale in treating urban stormwater runoff with low influent pollutant concentrations"
Lori Lenhart, 2002, M.S., Western Washington University, "The effect of jet A aviation fuel on soil core microcosms using functional endpoints"
Jason Kapchinske, 1999, M.S.,
Chris Swanston, 1999, Ph.D.,
Chemical, biological and physical processes on the dewatered reservoirs of the Elwha River, WA.
Forest wildfire influences on soil chemistry and its postfire recovery.
Homann, P.S., R.L. Darbyshire, B.T. Bormann, B.A. Morrissette. 2015. Forest structure affects soil mercury losses in the presence and absence of wildfire. Environmental Science and Technology 49:12714−12722. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.5b03355
Bormann, B.T., R.L. Darbyshire, P.S. Homann, B.A. Morrissette. 2015. Managing early succession for biodiversity and long-term productivity of conifer forests in southwestern Oregon. Forest Ecology and Management 340:114−125.
Homann, P.S., B.T. Bormann, B.A. Morrissette, R.L. Darbyshire. 2015. Postwildfire soil trajectory linked to prefire ecosystem structure in Douglas-fir forest. Ecosystems 18:260−273. DOI: 10.1007/s10021-014-9827-8
Homann, P.S. 2012. Convergence and divergence of nutrient stoichiometry during forest litter decomposition. Plant and Soil 358:251−263. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-012-1174-y
Pingree, M.R.A., P.S. Homann, B. Morrissette, R. Darbyshire. 2012. Long and short-term effects of fire on soil charcoal of a conifer forest in southwest Oregon. Forests 3:353−369. DOI: 10.3390/f3020353
Cavaliere, E., P. Homann. 2012. Elwha River sediments: phosphorus characterization and dynamics under diverse environmental conditions. Northwest Science 86:95−107.
Homann, P.S., B.T. Bormann, R.L. Darbyshire, B.A. Morrissette. 2011. Forest soil carbon and nitrogen losses associated with wildfire and prescribed fire. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:1926-1934.