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Ashley Baker

Ashley Baker

MS Student, Department of Geography, Portland State University

Department of Geography
Portland State University


  • MS Student, Department of Geography, Portland State University


Ashley is a second year Master’s student in the Department of Geography at Portland State University. Prior to attending Portland State, Ashley earned a BS in Environmental Science from the University of Washington, with a focus on conservation and restoration ecology. Her current research investigates the functionality and distribution of stormwater green infrastructure, intended to increase understanding of changing urban hydrologic systems. Her previous research focused on water quality of inland and coastal systems, as well as wetland restoration.


  • BS, Environmental Science, University of Washington

Journal Articles


Chang, H., A. Baker, O. Starry and J. Chen. 2021. Seasonal variation in hydrologic performance of ecoroofs of multiple depths– a case study in Portland, Oregon, USA. Urban Water Journal 18(2):128-135. DOI: 10.1080/1573062X.2020.1850806. (link )


Baker, A., E. Brenneman, H. Chang, L. McPhillips and M. Matsler. 2019. Spatial analysis of landscape and sociodemographic factors associated with green stormwater infrastructure distribution in Baltimore, Maryland and Portland, Oregon. Science of The Total Environment 664:461-473. DOI: 10.1016/J.SCITOTENV.2019.01.417. (link )



Brenneman, E., A. Baker and H. Chang. 2018. Spatial analysis of green streets in the City of Portland, Oregon. Poster presented at the 16th Annual Urban Ecology & Conservation Symposium, February 5, 2018, Portland, OR. (link )



Brenneman, E., A. Baker, H. Chang and L. McPhillips. 2018. Biophysical and sociodemographic indicators of green infrastructure distribution within Baltimore, Phoenix, and Portland. Presentation at the 3rd Annual UREx SRN All Hands Meeting, March 19-21, 2018, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Brenneman, E., B. Fahy, A. Baker, H. Chang, L. McPhillips and J. Voelkel. 2018. Comparing flooding potential to socioeconomic and biophysical characteristics in Portland, OR, Baltimore, MD, and Phoenix, AZ. Presentation at the 3rd Annual UREx SRN All Hands Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.