Carlos Ochoa
Assistant Professor

Watershed & Riparian Systems Management

Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences
124 Withycombe Hall
Corvallis, OR 97331
United States


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:



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:​


Ph.D. Range Science (Hydrology)

M.S. Agricultural Economics

B.S. Animal and Range Sciences


For a list of publications related to my research lab please visit: