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Dr. Steven Trudell

Affiliate Professor In the College of Forest Resources and Lecturer In the Biology Department

University of Washington

HQ Phone: (206) 598-3300

University of Washington

1959 NE Pacific Ave. HSB K-081, Box 357470

Seattle, Washington 98195

United States

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The Greek Community at the University of Washington is one of the largest and strongest on the West Coast. There are a total of 16 sororities and 28 fraternities represented. The Rho Chapter Founding Date is October 15th, 1910. Click here for the UW Greek... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Foray Mycologists

Los Angles Mycological Society

University of WA

Vice President

North American Mycological Association

President

Pacific Northwest Key Council

Teacher

Santa Barbara City College

Teacher

Evergreen State College

Affiliations

Scientific Advisor
Puget Sound Mycological Society

Education

Ph.D.

UW's College of Forestry Sciences

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By Steve Trudell, Joe ...

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By Steve Trudell, Joe Ammirati, Marsha Mello (Illustrator)

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Steve Trudell is affiliate professor in the College of Forest Resources and lecturer in the Biology Department at the University of Washington. He has been identifying and photographing mushrooms and studying their ecology for over 30 years. Steve belongs to the Mycological Society of America, North American Mycological Association, and International Mycorrhiza Society, writes for several mycological publications, and frequently serves as foray mycologist or invited lecturer for mycological societies and other nature groups. His research interests include the roles of fungi in forest nutrient cycling.


2010 Meetings - South Sound Mushroom Club

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Guest speaker at the meeting was Dr. Steve Trudell, affiliate professor in the School of Forest Resources and lecturer in the Biology Department at the University of Washington. Steve is co-author of recently published Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest and writes for several mycological publications, and frequently serves as foray mycologist or invited lecturer for mycological societies and other nature groups. His research interests include the roles of fungi in forest nutrient cycling. Several members purchased autographed copies of Steve’s book. Steve’s presentation was Why Mushrooms Matter and provided excellent insights on essential fungi roles in the world’s ecosystem especially fungus roots (mycorrhiza). Members wanting additional information on Dr Steve Trudell’s studies on mycorrhizas may visit www.mykoweb.com/articles/index/html.


Cascade Mycological Society | Non-profit 501(c)(3) – Education, Research, and Fun with Fungi

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Dr. Steve Trudell to be foray mycologist

Dr. Steve Trudell is an affiliate professor in the College of Forest Resources and a lecturer in the Biology Department at the University of Washington, and is also the scientific advisor for PSMS. He earned his Ph.D. from the UW's College of Forestry Sciences where his dissertation research explored the use of stable isotope signatures to study the roles of ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic fungi in nitrogen and carbon cycling in old-growth forests of the Olympic Peninsula. Steve has served as vice president of NAMA and was president of the Pacific Northwest Key Council. He often writes for mycological publications, serves as a foray mycologist, and is invited as a lecturer for mycological societies and other nature groups.
Steve has photographed and identified mushrooms for over 30 years, and has used that experience to co-author "Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest," and his newest book, "Tricholomas of North America: A Mushroom Field Guide". He studies the roles of fungi in forest nutrient cycling, and his interests include the reasons behind and controls on fungal biodiversity. Ultimately he would like to know why there are so many different mushrooms, what they are all doing, and how they fit in the ecosystem.


Dr. Steve Trudell to be ...

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Dr. Steve Trudell to be foray mycologist

Dr. Steve Trudell is an affiliate professor in the College of Forest Resources and a lecturer in the Biology Department at the University of Washington, and is also the scientific advisor for PSMS. He earned his Ph.D. from the UW's College of Forestry Sciences where his dissertation research explored the use of stable isotope signatures to study the roles of ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic fungi in nitrogen and carbon cycling in old-growth forests of the Olympic Peninsula. Steve has served as vice president of NAMA and was president of the Pacific Northwest Key Council. He often writes for mycological publications, serves as a foray mycologist, and is invited as a lecturer for mycological societies and other nature groups.
Steve has photographed and identified mushrooms for over 30 years, and has used that experience to co-author "Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest," and his newest book, "Tricholomas of North America: A Mushroom Field Guide". He studies the roles of fungi in forest nutrient cycling, and his interests include the reasons behind and controls on fungal biodiversity. Ultimately he would like to know why there are so many different mushrooms, what they are all doing, and how they fit in the ecosystem.


Dr. Steve Trudell to be ...

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Dr. Steve Trudell to be foray mycologist

Dr. Steve Trudell is an affiliate professor in the College of Forest Resources and a lecturer in the Biology Department at the University of Washington, and is also the scientific advisor for PSMS. He earned his Ph.D. from the UW's College of Forestry Sciences where his dissertation research explored the use of stable isotope signatures to study the roles of ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic fungi in nitrogen and carbon cycling in old-growth forests of the Olympic Peninsula. Steve has served as vice president of NAMA and was president of the Pacific Northwest Key Council. He often writes for mycological publications, serves as a foray mycologist, and is invited as a lecturer for mycological societies and other nature groups.
Steve has photographed and identified mushrooms for over 30 years, and has used that experience to co-author "Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest," and his newest book, "Tricholomas of North America: A Mushroom Field Guide". He studies the roles of fungi in forest nutrient cycling, and his interests include the reasons behind and controls on fungal biodiversity. Ultimately he would like to know why there are so many different mushrooms, what they are all doing, and how they fit in the ecosystem.

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