Not teaching winter
Peter Homann received degrees in chemistry from Case Institute of Technology (B.S., 1975), natural sciences from Western Reserve College (B.A., 1975), forest science from Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies (M.S., 1977), and forest resources from University of Washington (Ph.D., 1988). Peter was a post-doctoral associate at University of Minnesota and then a research associate and research assistant professor at Oregon State University. He joined the faculty of Western Washington University in 1996.
Research focuses on the interaction between forest vegetation and soils, how management practices alter this interaction, and the potential long-term consequences of the alterations. Forest fire influences on ecosystems. Elwha River chemical and physical processes.
PhD Forest Soils, Nutrient Cycling, University of Washington; MS Forest Ecology, Yale University; BA Natural Sciences/BS Chemistry, Case Western Reserve University