Alex Fremier is an Associate Professor in the School of the Environment at WSU Pullman. He has a BS in Environmental Science and Mathematics, an MA in Geography and a PhD in Ecology from UC Davis. His research interests include fluvial geomorphology and ecology and coupling mechanisms between the ecology and hydro-geomorphic character.
Activities and Products
- Climate change and stream flow: Barriers and opportunities
- Mapping legal authority for riparian conservation corridors
- Building ecological resilience through coordinated riparian conservation
- Mapping legal authority for corridor conservation: local footholds for cross-boundary coordination
- Integrated legal-ecological landscape mapping identifies priority areas for habitat connectivity