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Velvet Thorn introduces herself as a Burlesque performer, actor, aerial circus performer and singer. She describes Burlesque as theatrical stripping that can reflect the individual performer’s aesthetic. She differentiates between the Classic…

Fred Swanson had a long career as a Research Geologist with the Pacific Northwest Research Station and a strong focus on the geology-ecology interface in ecosystem research groups at Mount St. Helens and the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest. His…

Bob Parmenter was an ecology graduate student with Jim MacMahon at Utah State University when Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980 and soon thereafter began studies of animals in collaboration with Charlie Crisafulli and others that ran for decades over…

When Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, Jerry Franklin had been leader of the Andrews Forest ecosystem research group, a collaborator with U. of Washington ecologists during the International Biological Program (IBP), a program officer in the National…

Virginia Dale began her engagement with Mount St. Helens while a graduate student at U. of Washington and continued through the time of this interview as a scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and now into retirement. Her science at the volcano…

Virginia Dale began her engagement with Mount St. Helens while a graduate student at U. of Washington and continued through the time of this interview as a scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and now into retirement. Her science at the volcano…

Charlie Crisafulli has a long history as an ecologist with the US Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, and the central node in the extensive social network of ecology researchers associated with Mount St. Helens, and he has also been a…

Lynn Burditt has had a long history of leadership positions in the National Forest System of the US Forest Service, and in most of these positions she has collaborated with federal and academic scientists, commonly in the context of research programs…

Bill Wilkins begins this second interview by considering how he evolved as a teacher over the years, and makes mention of his favorite courses he taught in Economics. Wilkins was appointed as the Dean of the College in Liberal Arts in 1982, and he…

Wilkins begins the interview with a brief account of his childhood growing up in the state of Texas. Bill was born in the small town of Paducah, before moving to Austin at the age of 3, but ultimately the family settled in the coastal town of Corpus…