Seager, Trent

Position Type: 
Graduate Student
Forest Ecosystems & Society
Degree Sought: 
Major Professor: 
Research Interests: 
  • Forest Ecology
  • Soil Science
Soil moisture and the persistence of tree species in dry forest ecosystems during short-term and long-term drought.
Selected Publications: 
  1. Seager, ST., Ediger, V., and Davis, EJ. 2015. Aspen Restoration and Social Agreements: An Introductory Guide for Forest Collaboratives in Central and Eastern Oregon. The Nature Conservancy, Portland, OR. 64 p.
  2. Seager, ST., C. Eisenberg, and S. St. Clair. 2013. Patterns and consequences of ungulate herbivory on aspen in western North America. Forest Ecology and Management 299. 81-90.
  3. Eisenberg, C., Seager, ST., and D.E. Hibbs. 2013. Wolf, Elk, and Aspen Food Web Relationships: Context and Complexity. Forest Ecology and Management 299, 70-80.
  4. Seager, ST, Markus, A., and Krommes, A.J. 2013. Aspen Restoration Strategy for the Fremont-Winema National Forest. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. 51
  5. Peterman, W., R. Waring, ST. Seager, and W. Pollock. 2012. Soil Properties affect pinyon-pine – juniper response to drought. Ecohydrology. 6, 455-463.
  6. Seager, ST. 2010. Quaking aspen persistence in three Oregon landscapes. MSc thesis. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. 88 pp.
  7. Woodbridge, B., K.K. Finley, ST. Seager. 1995. An Investigation of the Swainson’s hawk in Argentina. Journal of Raptor Research 29(3): 202-204.