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Analise Sala

As an ORISE Climate Change Integration into National Forest Management fellow, Analise aims to support the integration of climate change considerations into forest management and planning. In this position, she will synthesize and communicate the latest research on forest carbon and the effects of climate change on ecosystems and watersheds. Prior to joining the Northwest Climate Hub, Analise worked as a Research Laboratory Manager in Global Change Ecology at the University of Michigan. She holds a Master’s of Science (MS) in Ecosystem Science and Management, also from the University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS). There she worked on both urban stormwater management in the Clinton River watershed of Southeast Michigan, and applied forest ecology in the Northwoods region of Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Prior to graduate school, Analise taught middle-school English in Togo, West Africa with the Peace Corps and obtained a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Biology from Hope College.

A photo of Analise Sala in a boat on a river


  • ORISE Climate Change Integration into National Forest Management Fellow


USDA Northwest Climate Hub, USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station


1220 SW 3rd Ave
Portland, OR 97204

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Focus Area

  • Climate change impacts and adaptation
  • Science translation and communication
  • Forest ecology