Eric DeChaine

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Wild About Nature: Flora of the Pacific Rim

Eric DeChaine is the curator of the Pacific Northwest Herbarium and a professor of biology at Western Washington University, but he says that at heart he is a naturalist.

DeChaine was one of two presenters at the April 21 Wild About Nature presentation held at the White Salmon Grange.…

‘Rafters,’ the Northwest Passage, and the Future of the Unspoiled Arctic 2019-10-01
To the Roof of the World: WWU Faculty, Students Headed to Mount Everest this Spring to Study Climate Change 2019-02-27
WWU’s Eric DeChaine Receives $225k NPS Grant to Research Plants Across the North Pacific 2019-01-11
WWU's Eric DeChaine to Continue His Climate-Change Research in Greenland This Summer 2016-05-10
Tonight, learn how Arctic species survived the Ice Ages 2011-05-18
WWU to present 'Move, Adapt, or Die: How Arctic Species Survived the Ice Ages' at city hall May 18 2011-05-17
Free WWU lecture at City Hall Wednesday on how species survivided the ice ages

How arctic species survived the ice ages will be the subject of a free lecture from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 18, in Bellingham City Council chambers, 210 Lottie St.

The third event of the annual Science and the UniverCity community science lecture series will be presented by Eric…

Urging evolutionary biologists into the fray

Davis’ climate change work spans not just geographical distance, but temporal distance as well. With help from colleague Eric Dechaine at Western Washington University, he is gathering data from fossilized squirrel middens in Alaska from as long ago as 100,000 years to examine how plant…

WWU biology professor to complete 350-mile summer research trek on Alaska's North Slope 2010-04-30
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