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Science Findings—Pacific Northwest Research Station

Issue 122 - Life on the edge: carbon fluxes from wetland to ocean along Alaska's coastal temperate rain forest (April 2010, 6 pp, 3.2 MB) - Featured scientists Rick Edwards and Dave D'Amore

Issue 117 - Bioenergy from trees: using cost-effective thinning to reduce forest fire hazards (October 2009, 6 pp, 2.8 MB) - Featured scientists Jeremy Fried and Jamie Barbour

Issue 116 - We're all in this together: decisionmaking to address climate change in a complex world (September 2009, 6 pp, 2.3 MB) - Featured scientist Ralph Alig

Issue 113 - Land use planning: a time-tested approach for addressing climate change (June 2009, 6 pp, 607 K) - Featured scientists Jeff Kline, and Jim Cathcart

Issue 97 - Running dry: where will the West get its water? (October 2007, 6 pp, 796 K) - Featured scientist Gordon Grant

Issue 94 - Mountain Meadows—Here Today, Gone Tomorrow? Meadow Science and Restoration (June 2007, 6 pp, 897 K) - Featured scientist Fred Swanson

Issue 93 - The Mysterious Demise of an Ice-Age Relic. Exposing the Cause of Yellow-cedar Decline (May 2007, 6 pp, 816 K) - Featured scientists Paul Hennon, and Dave D'Amore

Issue 78 - Acting on Uncertainty in Landscape management—Options Forestry (November 2005, 6 pp, 671 K) - Featured scientists Bernard Bormann and Ross Kiester

Issue 75 - Climate Change and California: Potential Implications for Vegetation, Carbon, and Fire (August 2005, 6 pp, 664 K) - Featured scientist Jim Lenihan

Issue 74 - Fanning the Flames: Climate Change Stacks Odds Against Fire Suppression (July 2005, 6 pp, 646 K) - Featured scientist Jeremy Fried

Issue 73 - Keeping it cool: unraveling the influences on stream temperature (June 2005, 6 pp, 1.6 K) - Featured scientists Sherri Johnson and Steve Wondzell

Issue 44 - Is Carbon Storage Enough? Can Plants Adapt? New Questions in Climate Change Research (May 2002, 6 pp, 81 K) - Featured scientist Ronald P. Neilson

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Science Updates - Pacific Northwest Research Station

Issue 17 - Changing with the climate (Summer 2008, 12 pp, 2.6 MB)

Issue 6 - Western Forest, Fire Risk, and Climate Change. (January 2004, 12 pp, 1.6 MB)

Science Perspectives—Pacific Southwest Research Station

PSW-SP-011 - Greener Cities: U.S. Forest Service software package helps cities manage their urban treescape (Fall 2008, 6 pp, 2.4 MB) - Featured scientist Greg McPherson

PSW-SP-007 - Restoring Forest Health (Summer 2006, 6 pp, 2.5 MB) - Featured scientist Malcolm M. North

PSW-SP-004 - Managing Wildland Fires: Integrating Weather Models Into Fire Projections (Fall 2004, 6 pp, 5.2 MB) - Featured scientist Francis Fujioka

PSW-SP-003 - Air Pollution: Worldwide Effects on Mountain Forests (Spring 2004, 6 pages, 1 MB) - Featured scientist Andrzej Bytnerowicz

PSW-SP-002 - High Sierra Ecosystems: The Role of Fish Stocking in Amphibian Declines (Fall 2003, 6 pp, 1.5 MB) - Featured scientist Kathleen Matthews

PSW-SP-001 - Climate Change: Detecting Climate's Imprint on California Forests (Spring 2003, 6 pp, 1 MB) - Featured scientist Connie Millar

Compass - Southern Research Station

Issue 10 - What do forests have to do with global climate change? (February 2008, 60 pp, 6.49 MB)



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