Carlos Ochoa
Assistant Professor

Watershed & Riparian Systems Management

Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences
124 Withycombe Hall
Corvallis, OR 97331
United States
541-737-0933

Research

My research focuses on land use effects on ecological and hydrological interactions occurring in watersheds and riparian ecosystems throughout the West.

I use a systems approach to understand multiple biophysical and socioeconomic relationships affecting land management decisions in various working landscapes.

These are some of the current research projects I am collaborating on.

For more information on current projects, publications, and ways to get involved please visit: http://ecohydrology.oregonstate.edu/

Teaching

Courses:

RNG 355 Desert Watershed Management (Fall term)

RNG 455/555 Riparian Ecohydrology and Management (Spring term)

RNG 455 Riparian Ecohydrology and Management - Online (Summer term)

I can accept graduate students for:​

Biography

Ph.D. Range Science (Hydrology)

M.S. Agricultural Economics

B.S. Animal and Range Sciences

Publications

For a list of publications related to my research lab please visit: http://ecohydrology.oregonstate.edu/pubs/publications-ecohydrology