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The following records have recently been added to the National Forest Service Library catalog, FS INFO.

Each month, these records are compiled, published and distributed to all US Forest Service employees as The Monthly Alert.

All titles are available for loan to eligible borrowers.


January 12-23, 2015

010. Forestry

1. Jain, Theresa B. The role of experimental forests in science and management. Journal of forestry. Vol. 110, no. 5 (July/Aug. 2012): p. 288.

012. Methodology and advanced technology

2. DeShazo, J. R.; Carson, R. T.; Schwabe, K. A.; Vincent, J. R.; Ismariah, A.; Chong, S. K.; Chang, Y. T. Designing and implementing surveys to value tropical forests. Journal of tropical forest science. Vol. 27, no. 1 (2015): p. 92-114.

3. Rota, Christopher T.; Millspaugh, Joshua J.; Kesler, Dylan C.; Rumble, Mark A.; Jachowski, Catherine M. B.; Lehman, Chad P. A re-evaluation of a case-control model with contaminated controls for resource selection studies. Journal of animal ecology. Vol. 82 , no. 6 (Nov. 2013): p. 1165-1173.

040. Mensuration

4. Grafstrom, Anton; Saarela, Svetlana; Ene, Liviu Theodor. Efficient sampling strategies for forest inventories by spreading the sample in auxiliary space. Canadian journal of forest research. Vol. 44, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p.1156-1164.

5. Riemann, Rachel I.; Wilson, Barry T.; Lister, Andrew J.; Cook, Oren; Crane-Murdoch, Sierra. Modeled distributions of 12 tree species in New York. Newtown Square. Pa. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station, 2014: 13 maps on one sheet (Research map (Northern Research Station (Newtown Square, Pa.)); 5.)

050. Silviculture

6. De Kort, Hanne; Mergeay, Joachim; Vander Mijnsbrugge, Kristine; Decocq, Guillaume; Maccherini, Simona; Kehlet Bruun, Hans Henrik; Honnay, Olivier; Vandepitte, Katrien. An evaluation of seed zone delineation using phenotypic and population genomic data on black alder Alnus glutinosa. Journal of applied ecology. Vol. 51, no. 5 (Oct. 2014): p. 1218-1227.

7. Knutson, Kevin C.; Pyke, David A.; Wirth, Troy A.; Arkle, Robert S.; Pilliod, David S.; Brooks, Matthew L.; Chambers, Jeanne C.; Grace, James B. Long-term effects of seeding after wildfire on vegetation in Great Basin shrubland ecosystems. Journal of applied ecology. Vol. 51, no. 5 (Oct. 2014): p. 1414-1424.

8. Sullivan, Thomas P.; Sullivan, Druscilla S. Diversifying clearcuts with green-tree retention and woody debris structures : conservation of mammals across forest ecological zones. 2014. Silva fennica. Vol. 48, no. 5, article id 1219 (2014): p. 1-19.

073. Plant physiology

9. Crystal, Philip A.; Jacobs, Douglass F. Drought and flood stress tolerance of butternut (Juglans cinerea) and naturally occurring hybrids : implications for restoration. Canadian journal of forest research. Vol. 44, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p.1206-1216.

10. Kane, Jeffrey M.; Kolb, Thomas E. Short- and long-term growth characteristics associated with tree mortality in southwestern mixed-conifer forests. Canadian journal of forest research. Vol. 44, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p.1227-1235.

11. Littke, Kimberly M.; Harrison, R. B.; Zabowski, Darlene; Ciol, M. A.; Briggs, David G. Prediction of Douglas-fir fertilizer response using biogeoclimatic properties in the coastal Pacific Northwest. Canadian journal of forest research. Vol. 44, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p.1253-1264.

12. Ronellenfitsch, Henrik; Liesche, Johannes; Jensen, Kaare H.; Holbrook, N. Michele; Schulz, Alexander; Katifori, Eleni. Scaling of phloem structure and optimality of photoassimilate transport in conifer needles. Proceedings of the Royal Society. Part B, Biological sciences. Vol. 282, no. 1801 (Feb. 22, 2015): 7 p.

074. Plant ecology

13. Fahey, Robert T. Composition, structure, and trajectories of Great Lakes coastal pine forests in relation to historical baselines and disturbance history. American midland naturalist. Vol. 172, no. 2 (Oct. 2014): p. 285-302.

14. Fowler, James F.; Sieg, Carolyn Hull. A tale of two single mountain alpine endemics : Packera franciscana and Erigeron mancus. Calochortiana. Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 2012): p. 110-114.

15. Girard, Francois; De Grandpre, Louis; Ruel, Jean-Claude. Partial windthrow as a driving process of forest dynamics in old-growth boreal forests. Canadian journal of forest research. Vol. 44, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p.1165-1176.

16. May, Felix; Huth, Andreas; Wiegand, Thorsten. Moving beyond abundance distributions : neutral theory and spatial patterns in a tropical forest. Proceedings of the Royal Society. Part B, Biological sciences. Vol. 282, no. 1802 (Mar. 2015): 8 p.

17. Newman, Erica A.; Harte, Mary Ellen; Lowell, Natalie; Wilber, Mark; Harte, John. Empirical tests of within- and across-species energetics in a diverse plant community. Ecology. Vol. 95, no. 10 (Oct. 2014) p. 2815-2825.

18. Saintilan, Neil; Rogers, Kerrylee. Woody plant encroachment of grasslands : a comparison of terrestrial and wetland settings. New phytologist. Vol. 205, no. 3 (Feb. 2015): p. 1062–1070.

19. Taft, John B.; Kron, Zachary P. Evidence of species and functional group attrition in shrub-encroached prairie : implications for restoration. American midland naturalist. Vol. 172, no. 2 (Oct. 2014): p. 252-265.

20. Weber, Adrian; Kimmins, J. P. (Hamish); Gilbert, Benjamin; Lo, Yueh-Hsin; Blanco, Juan A. Multiple-pathway succession in coastal Tsuga heterophylla, Thuja plicata, and Abies amabilis forests on northeastern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Canadian journal of forest research. Vol. 44, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p.1145-1155.

075. Plant breeding and genetics

21. Liu, Lijun; Missirian, Victor; Zinkgraf, Matthew S.; Groover, Andrew T.; Filkov, Vladimir. Evaluation of experimental design and computational parameter choices affecting analyses of ChIP-seq and RNA-seq data in undomesticated poplar trees. BMC genomics. Vol. 15, supp. 5 (2014): 11 p.

22. Liu, Lijun; Filkov, Vladimir; Groover, Andrew T. Modeling transcriptional networks regulating secondary growth and wood formation in forest trees. Physiologia plantarum. Vol. 151, no. 2 (2014): p. 156-163.

23. Noakes, Andi G.; Best, Teodora; Staton, Margaret E.; Koch, Jennifer; Romero-Severson, Jeanne. Cross amplification of 15 EST-SSR markers in the genus Fraxinus. Conservation genetics resources. Vol. 6, no. 4 (Dec. 2014): p. 969-970.

24. Piya, Sarbottam.; Nepal, Madhav P. Characterization of nuclear and chloroplast microsatellite markers for Falcaria vulgaris (Apiaceae). American journal of plant sciences. Vol. 4, no. 3 (Mar. 2013): p. 590-595.

25. Piya, Sarbottam. Introduction history and population genetics of Falcaria vulgaris (Apiaceae) in the United States. 2013. Thesis (M.S.)-- South Dakota State University, 2013: xii, 111 leaves

080. Forest and plant health

26. Boraks, A.; Broders, K. D. Butternut (Juglans cinerea) health, hybridization, and recruitment in the northeastern United States. Canadian journal of forest research. Vol. 44, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p.1244-1252.

27. Dymond, Caren C.; Tedder, Sinclair; Spittlehouse, David L.; Raymer, Brian; Hopkins, Katherine; McCallion, Katharine; Sandland, James. Diversifying managed forests to increase resilience. Canadian journal of forest research. Vol. 44, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p.1196-1205.

081. Mycology and pathology

28. Baynes, Melissa A.; Russell, Danelle M.; Newcombe, George.; Carta, Lynn K.; Rossman, Amy Y.; Ismaiel, Adnan. A mutualistic interaction between a fungivorous nematode and a fungus within the endophytic community of Bromus tectorum. Fungal ecology. Vol. 5, no. 5 (Oct. 2012): p. 610-623.

29. Case, Anna E.; Ashiglar, Sara M.; Cannon, Philip G.; Militante, Ernesto P.; Tadiosa, Edwin R.; Quintos-Manalo, Mutya; Pampolina, Nelson M.; Hanna, John W.; Brooks, Fred E.; Ross-Davis, Amy L.; Kim, Mee-Sook; Klopfenstein, Ned B. DNA-based approaches to identify forest fungi in Pacific Islands : a pilot study. Proceedings of the 60th Annual Western International Forest Disease Work Conference : Oct. 8-12, 2012, Tahoe City, California, U.S. Fort Collins, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team, 2013: p. 149-151.

30. Elías-Román, R. D.; Klopfenstein, Ned B.; Alvarado Rosales, Dionicio; Kim, Mee-Sook; Case, Anna E.; Ashiglar, Sara M.; Hanna, John W.; Ross-Davis, Amy L.; Guzman-Plazola, R. A. DNA-based identification of Armillaria isolates from peach orchards in Mexico state. Proceedings of the 59th Annual Western International Forest Disease Work Conference : Oct. 10-14, 2011, Leavenworth, Washington. Portland, Or. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Health Protection, 2012: p. 159-160.

31. Guber, Andrey K.; Fry, Jessica; Ives, Rebecca L.; Rose, Joan B. Escherichia coli survival in, and release from, white-tailed deer feces. Applied and environmental microbiology. Vol. 81, no. 3 (Feb. 2015): p. 1168-1176.

32. Hanna, John W.; Graca, Rodrigo Neves; Kim, Mee-Sook; Ross-Davis, Amy L.; Hauff, R. D.; Uchida, J. Y.; Kadooka, K. Y.; Rayamajhi, Min B.; Arguedas Gamboa, M.; Lodge, D. Jean.; Mendel Ortiz, R.; Lopez Ramirez, A.; Cannon, Philip G.; Alfenas, Acelino Couto; Klopfenstein, Ned B. A bioclimatic approach to predict global regions with suitable climate space for Puccina psidii. Proceedings of the 59th Annual Western International Forest Disease Work Conference : Oct. 10-14, 2011, Leavenworth, Washington. Portland, Or. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Health Protection, 2012: p. 131-136.

33. Klopfenstein, Ned B.; Hanna, John W.; Fairweather, Mary Lou.; Shaw, John D.; Mathiasen, Robert L.; Hoffman, Christ W.; Nelson, Erik; Kim, Mee-Sook; Ross-Davis, Amy L. Developing a prediction model for Armillaria solidipes in Arizona. Proceedings of the 59th Annual Western International Forest Disease Work Conference : Oct. 10-14, 2011, Leavenworth, Washington. Portland, Or. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Health Protection, 2012: p. 149-152.

082. Insects and other invertebrates

34. Corley, Juan C.; Villacide, Jose M.; Liebhold, Andrew M. Can entomophagous nematodes slow the spread of invasive pest populations? : the case study of Beddingia siricidicola released for the management of Sirex noctilio. Journal of pest science. Vol. 87, no. 4 (Dec. 2014): p. 551-557.

35. Desai, Ankur R.; Negrón, José F.; Monson, Russell K.; Moore, David J. P.; Trahan, Nicole A.; Wilkes, Phil; Quaife, Tristan; Stephens, Britton B.; Elder, Kelly J. Persistent reduced ecosystem respiration after insect disturbance in high elevation forests. Ecology letters. Vol. 16, no. 6 (June 2013): p. 731-737.

36. James, Patrick M. A.; Cooke, Barry J.; Brunet, Bryan M. T.; Lumley, Lisa M.; Sperling, Felix A. H.; Fortin, Marie-Josee; Quinn, Vanessa S.; Sturtevant, Brian R. Life-stage differences in spatial genetic structure in an irruptive forest insect : implications for dispersal and spatial synchrony. Molecular ecology. Vol. 24, no. 2 (Jan. 2015): p. 296-309.

37. Kingsolver, Joel G.; Buckley, Lauren B. Climate variability slows evolutionary responses of Colias butterflies to recent climate change. Proceedings of the Royal Society. Part B, Biological sciences. Vol. 282, no. 1802 (Mar. 2015): 8 p.

38. Ryan, Michael G.; Sapes, Gerard; Sala, Anna; Hood, Sharon M. Tree physiology and bark beetles. New phytologist. Vol. 205, no. 3 (Feb. 2015) p. 955-957.

39. Sapes, Gerard; Sala, Anna; Hood, Sharon M. Tree physiology and bark beetles. New phytologist. Vol. 205, no. 3 (Feb. 2015) p. 955-957.

40. Withrow, John R.,, Jr.; Lundquist, John E.; Negrón, José F. Spatial dispersal of Douglas-fir beetle populations in Colorado and Wyoming. ISRN forestry. Vol. 2013, Article ID 542380 (2013): p. 1-10.

084. Environmental injury

41. Haro, Roger J. All along the watchtower : larval dragonflies are promising biological sentinels for monitoring methylmercury contamination. Park science. Vol. 31, no. 1 (2014): p. 70-73.

42. Hermanson, Mark H.; Johnson, Glenn W. Chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin and dibenzofuran congener and homologue distributions in tree bark from Sauget, Illinois, U.S. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 49, no. 2 (2015): p. 855-862.

43. Huang, Jiaoyan; Gustin, Mae S. Use of passive sampling methods and models to understand sources of mercury deposition to high elevation sites in the western United States. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 49, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 2015): p. 432-441.

090. Fires

44. Brooks, Matthew L.; Chambers, Jeanne C.; McKinley, Randy A. Fire history, effects, and management in southern Nevada. Southern Nevada Agency Partnership Science and Research Synthesis : Science to support land management in Southern Nevada : executive summary Fort Collins, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2013: p. 25-34. (General technical report RMRS ; GTR-304.)

45. Robichaud, Peter R.; Rhee, Hakjun; Lewis, Sarah A. A synthesis of post-fire burned area reports from 1972 to 2009 for western US Forest Service lands : trends in wildfire characteristics and post-fire stabilisation treatments and expenditures. International journal of wildland fire. Vol. 23, no. 7 (Oct. 2014): p. 929-944.

46. Schafer, Jennifer L.; Mack, Michelle C. Growth, biomass, and allometry of resprouting shrubs after fire in scrubby flatwoods. American midland naturalist. Vol. 172, no. 2 (Oct. 2014): p. 266-284.

47. Shive, Kristen L.; Fulé, Peter Z.; Sieg, Carolyn H.; Strom, Barbara A.; Hunter, Molly E. Managing burned landscapes : evaluating future management strategies for resilient forests under a warming climate. International journal of wildland fire. Vol. 23, no. 7 (Oct. 2014): p. 915-928.

48. Stavros, E. Natasha; Abatzoglou, John T.; Larkin, Narasimhan K.; McKenzie, Donald; Steel, E. Ashley. Climate and very large wildland fires in the contiguous western USA. International journal of wildland fire. Vol. 23, no. 7 (Oct. 2014): p. 899-914.

49. Steelman, Toddi A.; McCaffrey, Sarah M.; Velez, Anne-Lise K.; Briefel, Jason A. What information do people use, trust, and find useful during a disaster? : evidence from five large wildfires. Natural hazards. Vol. 71 (Nov. 2014): [20] p.

50. Thomas, Douglas S.; Butry, David T. Areas of the U.S. wildland-urban interface threatened by wildfire during the 2001-2010 decade. Natural hazards. Vol. 71, no. 3 (Apr. 2014): p. 1561-1585.

51. Yocom, Larissa L.; Fulé, Peter Z.; Falk, Donald A.; Garcia-Dominguez, Celia; Cornejo-Oviedo, Eladio; Brown, Peter M.; Villanueva-Diaz, Jose; Cerano, Julian; Montano, Citlali Cortes. Fine-scale factors influence fire regimes in mixed-conifer forests on three high mountains in Mexico. International journal of wildland fire. Vol. 23, no. 7 (Oct. 2014): p. 959-968.

101. Soils

52. Lewis, David Bruce; Castellano, Michael J.; Kaye, Jason P. Forest succession, soil carbon accumulation, and rapid nitrogen storage in poorly remineralized soil organic matter. Ecology. Vol. 95, no. 10 (Oct. 2014) p. 2687-2693.

53. Page-Dumroese, Deborah S.; Busse, Matt D.; Overby, Steven T.; Gardner, Brian D.; Tirocke, Joanne M. Impacts of forest harvest on active carbon and microbial properties of a volcanic ash cap soil in northern Idaho. Open journal of soil science. Vol. 5 (2015): p. 11-19.

102. Hydrology

54. Bekker, Matthew F.; DeRose, R. Justin; Buckley, Brendan M.; Kjelgren, Roger K.; Gill, Nathan S. A 576-year Weber River streamflow reconstruction from tree rings for water resource risk assessment in the Wasatch Front, Utah. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Vol. 50, no. 5 (Oct. 2014): p. 1338-1348.

55. Best, Laura C.; Lowry, Christopher S. Quantifying the potential effects of high-volume water extractions on water resources during natural gas development : Marcellus Shale, NY. Journal of hydrology : regional studies Vol. 1 (Julyl 2014): p. 1-16.

103. Geosciences and mining

56. Brill, Maureen O'Dea. Assessing the scope of the National Environmental Policy Act : recent attempts by environmentalists to add climate change considerations into NEPA reviews. Natural resources journal. Vol. 54, no. 2 (Fall 2014): p. 409-438.

57. De Graff, Jerome V.; Gallegos, Alan J.; Reid, Mark E.; LaHusen, Richard G.; Denlinger, Roger P. Using monitoring and modeling to define the hazard posed by the reactivated Ferguson rock slide, Merced Canyon, California. Natural hazards. Vol. 71 (Nov. 2014): [21] p.

104. Atmospheric sciences

58. Clifton, O. E.; Fiore, A. M.; Correa, G.; Horowitz, L. W.; Naik, V. Twenty-first century reversal of the surface ozone seasonal cycle over the northeastern United States. Geophysical research letters. Vol. 41, no. 20 (Oct. 2014): p. 7343-7350.

112. Terrestrial animals

59. Elliot, Nicholas B.; Cushman, Samuel A.; Loveridge, Andrew J.; Mtare, Godfrey; Macdonald, David W. Movements vary according to dispersal stage, group size, and rainfall : the case of the African lion. Ecology. Vol. 95, no. 10 (Oct. 2014) p. 2860-2869.

60. Smith, Justine A.; Wang, Yiwei; Wilmers, Christopher C. Top carnivores increase their kill rates on prey as a response to human-induced fear. Proceedings of the Royal Society. Part B, Biological sciences. Vol. 282, no. 1802 (Mar. 2015): 6 p.

113. Aquatic animals

61. Biro, Peter A.; Sampson, Portia. Fishing directly selects on growth rate via behaviour : implications of growth selection that is independent of size. Proceedings of the Royal Society. Part B, Biological sciences. Vol. 282, no. 1802 (Mar. 2015): 6 p.

62. Boettiger, Carl; Mangel, Marc; Munch, Stephan B. Avoiding tipping points in fisheries management through Gaussian process dynamic programming. Proceedings of the Royal Society. Part B, Biological sciences. Vol. 282, no. 1801 (Feb. 22, 2015): 9 p.

63. Clark, Steven M.; Dunham, Jason B.; McEnroe, Jeffrey R.; Lightcap, Scott W. Breeding site selection by coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in relation to large wood additions and factors that influence reproductive success. Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences. Vol. 71, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p. 1498-1507.

64. Dodds, W. K.; Collins, S. M.; Hamlton, S. K.; Tank, J. L.; Johnson, S.; Webster, J. R.; Simon, K. S.; Whiles, M. R.; Rantala, H. M.; McDowell, W. H.; Peterson, S. D.; Rus, T.; Crenshaw, C. L.; Thomas, S. A.; Kristensen, P. B.; Cheever, B.M.; Flecker, Alexander S.; Griffiths, N. A.; Crowl, T.; Rosi-Marshall, E. J.; El-Sabaawi, R.; Marti, E. You are not always what we think you eat : selective assimilation across multiple whole-stream isotopic tracer studies. Ecology. Vol. 95, no. 10 (Oct. 2014) p. 2757-2767.

65. Hegeman, Ericka E.; Miller, Scott W.; Mock, Karen E. Modeling freshwater mussel distribution in relation to biotic and abiotic habitat variables at multiple spatial scales. Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences. Vol. 71, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p. 1483-1497.

66. Mali, Ivana; Dickerson, Brain E.; Brown, Donald J.; Dixon, James R.; Forstner, Michael R. J. Road density not a major driver of Red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) population demographics in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Herpetological conservation and biology. Vol. 8, no. 1 (2013): p. 131-140.

67. Mattsson, Karin; Ekvall, Mikael T.; Hansson, Lars-Anders; Linse, Sara; Malmendal, Anders; Cedervall, Tommy. Altered behavior, physiology, and metabolism in fish exposed to polystyrene nanoparticles. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 49, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 2015): p. 553-561.

68. Munoz, Nicolas J.; Farrell, Anthony P.; Heath, John W.; Neff, Bryan D. Adaptive potential of a Pacific salmon challenged by climate change. Nature climate change. Vol. 5 (Feb. 2015): p. 163-166.

69. Pracheil, Brenda M.; Hogan, J. Derek; Lyons, John; McIntyre, Peter B. Using hard-part microchemistry to advance conservation and management of North American freshwater fishes. Fisheries. Vol. 39, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p. 451-465.

70. Ray, Andrew; Sepulveda, Adam; Hossack, Blake; Patla, Debra; Legg, Kristin. Using monitoring data to map amphibian breeding hotspots and describe wetland vulnerability in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Park science. Vol. 31, no. 1 (2014): p. 112-117, 119.

115. Animal ecology

71. Kellner, Kenneth F.; Swihart, Robert K. Changes in small mammal microhabitat use following silvicultural disturbance. American midland naturalist. Vol. 172, no. 2 (Oct. 2014): p. 348-358.

116. Birds

72. Abernathy, Virginia E.; Peer, Brian D. Intraclutch variation in egg appearance of brown-headed cowbird hosts. Auk. Vol. 131, no. 4 (Oct. 2014): p. 467-475.

73. Amundson, Courtney L.; Royle, J. Andrew; Handel, Colleen M. A hierarchical model combining distance sampling and time removal to estimate detection probability during avian point counts. Auk. Vol. 131, no. 4 (Oct. 2014): p. 476-494.

74. Bennett, Victoria J.; Hale, Amanda M.; Karsten, Kristopher B.; Gordon, Caleb E.; Suson, Bryan J. Effect of wind turbine proximity on nesting success in shrub-nesting birds. American midland naturalist. Vol. 172, no. 2 (Oct. 2014): p. 317-328.

75. Blomberg, Erik J.; Gibson, Daniel D.; Atamian, Michael T.; Sedinger, James S. Individual and environmental effects on egg allocations of female greater sage-grouse. Auk. Vol. 131, no. 4 (Oct. 2014): p. 507-523.

76. DeVault, Travis L.; Blackwell, Bradley F.; Seamans, Thomas W.; Lima. Steven L.; Fernandez-Juricic, Esteban. Speed kills : ineffective avian escape responses to oncoming vehicles. Proceedings of the Royal Society. Part B, Biological sciences. Vol. 282, no. 1801 (Feb. 22, 2015): 8 p.

77. Finch, Deborah M.; Hawksworth, David L.; Stoleson, Scott H. Nesting ecology and nest success of the Blue Grosbeak along two rivers in New Mexico. Western birds. Vol. 44, no. 1 (2013): p. 33-44.

78. Lavoie, Raphael A.; Kyser, T. Kurt; Friesen, Vicki L.; Campbell, Linda M. Tracking overwintering areas of fish-eating birds to identify mercury exposure. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 49, no. 2 (2015): p. 863-872.

79. Lavretsky, Philip; Hernandez-Banos, Blanca E.; Peters, Jeffrey L. Rapid radiation and hybridization contribute to weak differentiation and hinder phylogenetic inferences in the new world mallard complex (Anas spp.). Auk. Vol. 131, no. 4 (Oct. 2014): p. 524-538.

80. Siegel, Rodney B.; Pyle, Peter; Thorne, James H.; Holguin, Andrew J.; Howell, Christine A.; Stock, Sarah; Tingley, Morgan W. Vulnerability of birds to climate change in California's Sierra Nevada. Avian conservation & ecology. Vol. 9, no. 1 (2014): [57] p.

81. Streby, Henry M.; Refsnider, Jeanine M.; Andersen, David E. Redefining reproductive success in songbirds : moving beyond the nest success paradigm. Auk. Vol. 131, no. 4 (Oct. 2014): p. 718-726.

131. Land and forest management

82. Coulston, John W.; Wear, David N.; Vose, James M. Complex forest dynamics indicate potential for slowing carbon accumulation in the southeastern United States. Scientific reports. Vol. 5 (2015): 6 p.

83. Lawrence, Deborah; Vandecar, Karen L. Effects of tropical deforestation on climate and agriculture. Nature climate change. Vol. 5 (Jan. 2015): p. 27-36.

84. Redford, Kent H. Synthetic biology offers extraordinary opportunities and challenges for conservation. Park science. Vol. 31, no. 1 (2014): p. 30-33.

85. Reynolds, Keith M.; Paplanus, Steven; Miller, Bruce A.; Murphy, Philip. Design features behind success of the ecosystem management decision support system and future development. Forests. Vol. 6, no. 1 (2015): p. 27-46.

140. Outdoor recreation

86. McSweeney, Alice M. Recreation use on federal lands in southern Nevada. Southern Nevada Agency Partnership Science and Research Synthesis : Science to support land management in Southern Nevada : Executive summary. Fort Collins, Colo : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2013: p. 67-69. (General technical report RMRS ; GTR-304.)

150. Social science and education

87. Buttke, Danielle; Allen, Diana; Higgins, Chuck. Benefits of biodiversity to human health and well-being. Park science. Vol. 31, no. 1 (2014): p. 24-29.

88. Leong, Kirsten M.; Kyle, Gerard T. Engaging park stewards through biodiversity discovery : social outcomes of participation in bioblitzes. Park science. Vol. 31, no. 1 (2014): p. 106-111.

160. Ecology and ecosystems

89. Chambers, Jeanne C.; Brooks, Matthew L.; Ostoja, Steven M.; Pendleton, Burton K. Ecosystem stressors in southern Nevada. Southern Nevada Agency Partnership Science and Research Synthesis : Science to support land management in Southern Nevada. Fort Collins, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2013: p. 17-36. (General technical report RMRS ; GTR-303.)

90. Ostoja, Steven M.; Brooks, Matthew L.; Chambers, Jeanne C.; Pendleton, Burton K. Species of conservation concern and environmental stressors : local, regional, and global effects. Southern Nevada Agency Partnership Science and Research Synthesis : Science to support land management in Southern Nevada : executive summary Fort Collins, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2013: p. 35-39. (General technical report RMRS ; GTR-304.)

91. Troxler, Tiffany G.; Gaiser, Evelyn E.; Barr, Jordan G.; Fuentes, Jose D.; Jaffé, Rudolf; Childers, Daniel L.; Collado-Vides, Ligia; Rivera-Monroy, Victor H.; Castaneda-Moya, Edward; Anderson, William; Chambers, Randolph M.; Chen, Meilian; Coronado-Molina, Carlos; Davis, Stephen E.; Engel, Victor C.; Fitz, Carl; Fourqurean, James; Frankovich, Tom; Kominoski, John S.; Madden, Chris; Malone, Sparkle L.; Oberbauer, Steven F.; Olivas, Paulo C.; Richards, Jennifer H.; Saunders, Colin J.; Schedlbauer, Jessica L.; Scinto, Leonard J.; Sklar, Fred H.; Smith, Thomas J.,, III; Smoak, Joseph M.; Starr, Gregory; Twilley, Robert R.; Whelan, Kevin. Integrated carbon budget models for the Everglades terrestrial-coastal-oceanic gradient : current status and needs for inter-site comparisons. Oceanography. Vol. 26, no.38 (Sept. 2013): p. 98-107.

92. Gagic, Vesna; Bartomeus, Ignasi; Jonsson, Tomas; Taylor, Astrid; Winqvist, Camilla; Fischer, Christina; Slade, Eleanor M.; Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf; Emmerson, Mark C.; Potts, Simon G.; Tschamtke, Teja; Weisser, Wolfgang W.; Bommarco, Riccardo. Functional identity and diversity of animals predict ecosystem functioning better than species-based indices. Proceedings of the Royal Society. Part B, Biological sciences. Vol. 282, no. 1801 (Feb. 22, 2015): 8 p.

161. Invasive species

93. Brooks, Matthew L.; Ostoja, Steven M.; Chambers, Jeanne C. Invasive species in southern Nevada. Southern Nevada Agency Partnership Science and Research Synthesis : Science to support land management in Southern Nevada : Executive summary. Fort Collins, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2013: p. 19-24. (General technical report RMRS ; GTR-304.)

162. Climate change

94. Reich, Peter B.; Sendall, Kerrie M.; Rice, Karen C.; Rich, Roy L.; Stefanski, Artur; Hobbie, Sarah E.; Montgomery, Rebecca A. Geographic range predicts photosynthetic and growth response to warming in co-occurring tree species. Nature climate change. Vol. 5 (Feb. 2015): p. 148-152.

95. Ryan, Michael G.; Vose, James M.; Ayres, Matthew P.; Band, Lawrence E.; Ford, Chelcy R.; Hanson, Paul J.; Hicke, Jeffrey A.; Iverson, Louis R.; Kerns, Becky K.; Klein, Steven L.; Littell, Jeremy S.; Luce, Charles H.; McKenzie, Don; Wear, David N.; Weed, Aaron S. Effects of climatic variability and change. Effects of climatic variability and change on forest ecosystems : a comprehensive science synthesis for the U.S. forest sector. Portland, Or. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 2012: p. 7-95. (General technical report ; 870.)

96. Jimenez, K. L.; Starr, Gregory; Staudhammer, Christina L.; Schedlbauer, Jessica L.; Loescher, Henry W.; Malone, Sparkle L.; Oberbauer, Steven F. Carbon dioxide exchange rates from short- and long-hydroperiod Everglades freshwater marsh. Journal of geophysical research: Biogeosciences. Vol. 117, no. G4 (Nov. 2012): p. article no. G04009 (17 p.).

170. Wildlife management

97. Elliot, Nicholas B.; Cushman, Samuel A.; Macdonald, David W.; Loveridge, Andrew J. The devil is in the dispersers : predictions of landscape connectivity change with demography. Journal of applied ecology. Vol. 51, no. 5 (Oct. 2014): p. 1169-1178.

210. Forest products

98. Dwivedi, Punnet; Khanna, Madhu. Wood-based bioenergy products -- land or energy efficient? Canadian journal of forest research. Vol. 44, no. 10 (Oct. 2014): p.1187-1195.

232. Physical and mechanical properties

99. Mohd Jamil, A. W.; Mohamad Omar, M. K. Strength and stiffness of remnants of fractured timber. Journal of tropical forest science. Vol. 27, no. 1 (2015): p. 115-126.

240. Wood damage and preservation

100. Guo, Wei; Du, Guanben. Physico-mechanical properties of plywood bonded by nano cupric oxide (CUO) modified PF resins against subterranean termites. Maderas. Vol. 17, no. 1 (2015): p. 129-138.

260. Composite products

101. Carrick, Christopher; Pendergraph, Samuel A.; Wagberg, Lars. Nanometer smooth, macroscopic spherical cellulose probes for contact adhesion measurements. ACS applied materials & interfaces. Vol. 6, no. 24 (Dec. 24, 2014): p. 20928-20935.

102. Carrillo, Carlos A.; Laine, Janne; Rojas, Orlando J. Microemulsion systems for fiber deconstruction into cellulose nanofibrils. ACS applied materials & interfaces. Vol. 6, no. 24 (Dec. 24, 2014): p. 22622-22627.

103. Yingprasert, W.; Matan, N.; Chaowana, P.; Matan, N. Fungal resistance and physico-mechanical properties of cinnamon oil- and clove oil-treated rubberwood particleboards. Journal of tropical forest science. Vol. 27, no. 1 (2015): p. 69-79.

270. Chemical utilization

104. Allen, David T.; Sullivan, David W.; Zavala-Araiza, Daniel; Pacsi, Adam P.; Harrison, Matthew; Keen, Kindal; Fraser, Matthew P.; Hill, A. Daniel; Lamb, Brian K.; Sawyer, Robert F.; Seinfeld, John H. Methane emissions from process equipment at natural gas production sites in the United States : liquid unloadings. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 49, no. 1 (2015): p. 641-648

105. Jarvis, Jacqueline M.; Page-Dumroese, Deborah S.; Anderson, Nathaniel M.; Corilo, Yuri; Rodgers, Ryan P. Characterization of fast pyrolysis products generated from several western USA woody species. Energy & fuels. Vol. 28, no. 10 (2014): [9] p.

106. Thorp, B. A.; Seamans, Harry; Akhtar, Masood. A U.S. biorefinery industry is emerging. Paper 360 [degrees]. (Jan./Feb. 2015): p. 18-23.

281. Pulping and pulps

107. Jour, Pia; Hallden, Karin; Wackerberg, Eva. Life cycle assessment of ECF bleaching sequences with focus on carbon footprint. Tappi journal. Vol. 14, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 17-24.

300. Other topics

108. Fletcher, Katie. Combustible dust an explosive issue. Biomass magazine. Vol. 9, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 24-29.


December 29 - January 9, 2015

Methodology and advanced technology

1. Irvine, Kathryn M.; Miller, Scott W.; Al-Chokhachy, Robert K.; Archer, Eric K.; Roper, Brett B.; Kershner, Jeffrey L. Empirical evaluation of the conceptual model underpinning a regional aquatic long-term monitoring program using causal modelling. Ecological indicators. Vol. 50 (Mar. 2015): p. 8-23.

2. Nigh, Gordon D. An errors-in-variable model with correlated errors : Engelmann spruce growth intercept models. Victoria : Province of British Columbia, 2014: iv, 14 p. (Technical report (British Columbia. Forest Science Program) ; 084.)

Mensuration

3. Finley, Andrew O.; Banerjee, Sudipto; Weiskittle, Aaron R.; Babcock, Chad; Cook, Bruce D. Dynamic spatial regression models for space-varying forest stand tables. Environmetrics. Vol. 25, no. 8 (Dec. 2014): p. 596-609.

4. Schliep, Erin M.; Dong, Tracy Qi; Gelfand, Alan E.; Li, Fan. Modeling individual tree growth by fusing diameter tape and increment core data. Environmetrics. Vol. 25, no. 8 (Dec. 2014): p. 610-620.

Plant ecology

5. Burton, Julia I.; Ganio, Lisa M.; Puettmann, Klaus J. Multi-scale spatial controls of understory vegetation in Douglas-fir–western hemlock forests of western Oregon, USA. Ecosphere. Vol. 5, no. 12 (Dec. 2014): p. art. no. 151 (34 p.).

Forest and plant health

6. Smith-MeKenna, Emily K.; Malanson, George P.; Resler, Lynn M.; Carstensen, Laurence W.; Prisley, Stephen P.; Tomback, Diana F. Cascading effects of feedbacks, disease, and climate change on alpine treeline dynamics. Environmental modeling & software. Vol. 62 (Dec. 2014): p. 85-96.

Mycology and pathology

7. D'Amico, Katherine M.; Horton, Thomas R.; Maynard, Charles A.; Stehman, Stephen V.; Oakes, Allison D.; Powell, William A. Comparisons of ectomycorrhizal colonization of transgenic American chestnut with those of the wild type, conventionally bred hybrid, and related Fagaceae species. Applied and environmental microbiology. Vol. 81, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 100-108.

8. Stone, Brandee L.; Russart, Nathan M.; Gaultney, Robert A.; Floden, Angela M.; Vaughan, Jefferson A.; Brissette, Catherine A. The Western progression of Lyme disease : infectious and nonclonal Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato populations in Grand Forks County, North Dakota. Applied and environmental microbiology. Vol. 81, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 48-58.

Insects and other invertebrates

9. Feckler, Alexander; Rosenfeldt, Ricki R.; Seitz, Frank; Schulz, Ralf; Bundschuh, Mirco. Photocatalytic properties of titanium dioxide nanoparticles affect habitat selection of and food quality for a key species in the leaf litter decomposition process. Environmental pollution. Vol. 196 (Jan. 2015): p. 276-283.

Environmental injury

10. Fenn, Mark E.; Byternowicz, Andrzej; Schilling, Susan L.; Ross, C. S. Atmospheric deposition of nitrogen, sulfur and base cations in jack pine stands in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region, Alberta, Canada. Environmental pollution. Vol. 196 (Jan. 2015): p. 497-510.

11. McDonough, Andrew M.; Watmough, Shaun A. Impacts of nitrogen deposition on herbaceous ground flora and epiphytic foliose lichen species in southern Ontario hardwood forests. Environmental pollution. Vol. 196 (Jan. 2015): p. 78-88.

12. Rex, John F.; Dubé, Stéphane; Berch, Shannon M. Leachate generation from biomass operations : a subproject of the Woody Biomass Innovative Project. Victoria : Province of British Columbia, 2014: v, 26 p. (Technical report (British Columbia. Forest Science Program) ; 083.)

13. Stark, K.; Andersson, P.; Beresford, N. A.; Yankovich, T. L.; Wood, M. D.; Johansen, M. P.; Vives i Batlle, J.; Twining, J.; Keum, D.-K.; Bollhofer, A.; Doering, C.; Ryan, B.; Grzechnik, M.; Vandenhove, H. Predicting exposure of wildlife in radionuclide contaminated wetland ecosystems. Environmental pollution. Vol. 196 (Jan. 2015): p. 201-213.

Animal damage

14. Camargo-Sanabria, Angela A.; Mendoza, Eduardo; Guevara, Roger; Martinez-Ramos, Miguel; Dirzo, Rodolfo. Experimental defaunation of terrestrial mammalian herbivores alters tropical rainforest understorey diversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society. Vol. 282, no. 1800 (Feb. 7, 2015): 6 p.

Fires

15. Sullivan, Andrew L.; Sharples, Jason J.; Matthews, S.; Plucinski, Matt P. A Downslope fire spread correction factor based on landscape-scale fire behaviour. Environmental modeling & software. Vol. 62 (Dec. 2014): p. 153-163.

16. Thompson, Matthew P.; Haas, Jessica R.; Gilbertson-Day, Julie W.; Scott, Joe H.; Langowski, Paul G.; Bowne, Elise M.; Calkin, David E. Development and application of a geospatial wildfire exposure and risk calculation tool. Environmental modeling & software. Vol. 63 (Jan. 2015): p. 61-72.

Soils

17. Zhang, Ming; Ok, Yong Sik. Biochar soil amendment for sustainable agriculture with carbon and contaminant sequestration. Carbon management. Vol. 5, no. 3 (2014): p. 255-257.

Hydrology

18. Bhatt, Gopal; Kumar, Mukesh; Duffy, Christopher J. A tightly coupled GIS and distributed hydrologic modeling framework. Environmental modeling & software. Vol. 62 (Dec. 2014): p. 70-84.

19. Maier, H. R.; Kapelan, Z.; Kasprzyk, J.; Kollat, J.; Matott, L. S.; Cunha, M. C.; Dandy, G. C.; Gibbs, M. S.; Keedwell, E.; Marchi, A.; Ostfeld, A.; Savic, D.; Solomatine, D. P.; Vrugt, Jasper A.; Zecchin, A. C.; Minsker, Barbara S.; Barbour, E. J.; Kuczera, George; Pasha, F.; Castelletti, A.; Guiliani, M.; Reed, P. M. Evolutionary algorithms and other metaheuristics in water resources : current status, research challenges and future directions. Environmental modeling & software. Vol. 62 (Dec. 2014): p. 271-299.

20. Mast, M. Alisa; Clow, David W.; Baron, Jill S.; Wetherbee, Gregory A. Links between N deposition and nitrate export from a high elevation watershed in the Colorado Front Range. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 48, no. 24 (Dec. 16, 2014): p. 14,258-14,265.

21. Pena-Arancibia, Jorge L.; Zhang, Yongqiang; Pagendam, Daniel E.; Viney, Neil R.; Lerat, Julien; Van Dijk, Albert I. J. M.; Vaze. Jai; Frost, Andrew J. Streamflow rating uncertainty : characterisation and impacts on model calibration and performance. Environmental modeling & software. Vol. 63 (Jan. 2015): p. 32-44.

22. Schmid, Wolfgang; Hanson, R. T.; Leake, S. A.; Hughes, Joseph D.; Niswonger, Richard G. Feedback of land subsidence on the movement and conjunctive use of water resources. Environmental modeling & software. Vol. 62 (Dec. 2014): p. 253-270

Geosciences and mining

23. Papathoma-Kohle, M.; Zischg, A.; Fuchs, S.; Glade, T.; Keiler, M. Loss estimation for landslides in mountain areas : an integrated toolbox for vulnerability assessment and damage documentation. Environmental modeling & software. Vol. 63 (Jan. 2015): p. 156-169.

Aquatic animals

24. Veltman, Karin; Hendriks, A. Jan; Huijbregts, Mark A. J.; Wannaz, Cedric; Jolliet, Olivier. Toxicokinetic toxicodynamic (TKTD) modeling of Ag toxicity in freshwater organisms : whole-body sodium loss predicts acute mortality across aquatic species. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 48, no. 24 (Dec. 16, 2014): p. 14,481-14,489.

Animal ecology

25. van Manen, Frank T.; Haroldson, Mark A.; West, Karrie; Soileau, Suzanna C. Yellowstone grizzly bear investigations : annual report of the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team, 2013. [Bozeman, MT] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 2014: 104 p.

Birds

26. Gow, Elizabeth A.; Wiebe, Karen L. Northern flicker mates foraging on renewing patches within home ranges avoid competition not by separate niches but by segregation. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology. Vol. 69, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 101-108.

27. Valente, Jonathon J.; LeGrande, Christa L.; Johnson, Vincent M.; Fischer, Richard A. A method for improving the reliability of sound broadcast systems used in ecological research and management. Wildlife Society bulletin. Vol. 38, no. 4 (Dec. 2014): p. 827-830.

Urban forestry

28. Gromke, Christof; Blocken, Bert. Influence of avenue-trees on air quality at the urban neighborhood scale. Part I, Quality assurance studies and turbulent Schmidt number. Environmental pollution. Vol. 196 (Jan. 2015): p. 214-223.

29. Gromke, Christof; Blocken, Bert. Influence of avenue-trees on air quality at the urban neighborhood scale. Part II, Traffic pollutant concentrations at pedestrian level. Environmental pollution. Vol. 196 (Jan. 2015): p. 176-184.

Ecology and ecosystems

30. Jane, Stephen F.; Wilcox, Taylor M.; McKelvey, Kevin S.; Young, Michael K.; Schwartz, Michael K.; Lowe, Winsor H.; Letcher, Benjamin H.; Whiteley, Andrew R. Distance, flow and PCR inhibition : eDNA dynamics in two headwater streams. Molecular ecology resources. Vol. 15, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 216-227.

Climate change

31. Tyner, David R.; Johnson, Matthew R. Emission factors for hydraulically fractured gas wells derived using well- and battery-level reported data for Alberta, Canada. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 48, no. 24 (Dec. 16, 2014): p. 14,772-14,781.

Chemical utilization

32. Adom, Felix; Dunn, Jennifer B.; Han, Jeongwoo; Sather, Norm. Life-cycle fossil energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of bioderived chemicals and their conventional counterparts. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 48, no. 24 (Dec. 16, 2014): p. 14,624-14,631.

33. Yang, Dong; Parlange, Jean-Yves; Walker, Larry P. Cellulases significantly alter the nano-scale reaction space for pretreated lignocellulosic biomass. Industrial biotechnology. Vol. 10, no. 6 (Dec. 2014): p. 395-403.

Wildlife management

34. Barber-Meyer, Shannon M.; Mech, L. David. How hot is too hot ? live-trapped gray wolf rectal temperatures and 1-year survival. Wildlife Society bulletin. Vol. 38, no. 4 (Dec. 2014): p. 767-772.

35. Freeman, Eric D.; Larsen, Randy T.; Peterson, Mark E.; Anderson, Charles R.,, Jr.; Hersey, Kent R.; McMillan, Brock R. Effects of male-biased harvest on mule deer : implications for rates of pregnancy, synchrony, and timing of parturition. Wildlife Society bulletin. Vol. 38, no. 4 (Dec. 2014): p. 806-811.

36. Ledee, Olivia E.; Hagell, Suzanne E.; Martin, Karl J.; MacFarland, David M.; Meyer, Michael W.; Paulios, Andrew; Ribic, Christine A.; Sample, David W.; Van Deelen, Timothy R. Climate change impacts on Wisconsin's wildlife : a preliminary assessment. Madison, WI : Dept. of Natural Resources, 2013: 26 p. (Technical bulletin (Wisconsin. Department of Natural Resources) ; no. 197.)

37. Reich, B. J.; Gardner, B. A spatial capture-recapture model for territorial species. Environmetrics. Vol. 25, no. 8 (Dec. 2014): p. 630-637.

38. Wiedmann, Brett P.; Bleich, Vernon C. Demographic responses of bighorn sheep to recreational activities : a trial of a trail. Wildlife Society bulletin. Vol. 38, no. 4 (Dec. 2014): p. 773-782.

39. Williams, Perry J.; Whitmore, Sheila A.; Gutiérrez, Ralph J. Use of private lands for foraging by California spotted owls in the central Sierra Nevada. Wildlife Society bulletin. Vol. 38, no. 4 (Dec. 2014): p. 705-709.

Forest products

40. Chaudhary, Abhishek; Hellweg, Stefanie. Including indoor offgassed emissions in the life cycle inventories of wood products. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 48, no. 24 (Dec. 16, 2014): p. 14,607-14,614.

Forest products economics

41. Howard, James L.; McKeever, David B. U.S. forest products annual market review and prospects, 2010-2014. [Madison, WI] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, 2014: 11 p. (Research note FPL ; 0331.)

Non-wood forest products

42. Freed, James R. Non-timber forest products : an integral part of a forest management plan. Western forester. Vol. 59, no. 5 (Nov./Dec. 2014): p. 1-4.

43. Motanic, Don. Earth gifts : tribes protect, respect, and restore. Western forester. Vol. 59, no. 5 (Nov./Dec. 2014): p. 14-16.

Wood conversion, handling, and processing

44. Senalik, C. Adam; Ross, Robert J.; Schueneman, Gregory T. Ultrasonic-based nondestructive evaluation methods for wood : a primer and historical review. Madison, WI : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, 2014: v, 31 p. (General technical report FPL ; 235.)

45. White, Robert H.; Ross, Robert J. Wood and timber condition assessment manual. Madison, WI : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, 2014: v, 92 p. (General technical report FPL ; 234.)

Wood damage and preservation

46. Pedersen, Nanna B.; Gierlinger, Notburga; Thygesen, Lisbeth G. Bacterial and abiotic decay in waterlogged archaeological Picea abies (L.) Karst studied by confocal Raman imaging and ATR-FTIR spectroscopy. Holzforschung. Vol. 69, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 103-112.

Composite products

47. Kleandrova, Valeria V.; Luan, Feng; Gonzalez-Diaz, Humberto; Ruso, Juan M.; Speck-Planche, Alejandro; Cordeiro, Natalia D. S. Computational tool for risk assessment of nanomaterials : novel QSTR-perturbation model for simultaneous prediction of ecotoxicity and cytotoxicity of uncoated and coated nanoparticles under multiple experimental conditions. Environmental science & technology. Vol. 48, no. 24 (Dec. 16, 2014): p. 14,686-14,694.

Chemical utilization

48. Chujo, Moeko; Yoshida, Shiori; Ota, Anri; Murata, Kousaku; Kawai, Shigeyuki. Acquisition of the ability to assimilate mannitol by Saccharomyces cerevisiae through dysfunction of the general corepressor Tup1-Cyc8. Applied and environmental microbiology. Vol. 81, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 9-16.

Pulping and pulps

49. Karner, Kart; Talviste, Rasmus; Viipsi, Karin; Elomaa, Matti; Kallavus, Urve. Study of the effect of mechanical treatment and supercritical CO2 extraction on aspen BCTMP by surface charge measurements and SEM. Cellulose chemistry and technology. Vol. 48, nos. 5/6 (May/June 2014): p. 535-544.

50. Perng, Yuan-Shing; Wang, Eugene I-Chen; chung, Wu-Hung; Chang, Chih-Ping. Effects of hot dispersion with reductive bleaching on the brightness of deinked pulp in both laboratory and mill machines. Cellulose chemistry and technology. Vol. 48, nos. 5/6 (May/June 2014): p. 559-563.

51. Reyes, Pablo; Ferraz, Andre; Pereira, Miguel; Rodriguez, Jaime; Mendonca, Regis T. Chemithermomechanical and kraft pulping of Pinus radiata wood chips after the hydrothermal extraction of hemicelluloses. Holzforschung. Vol. 69, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 33-40.

Paper and paper products

52. Yoshihara, Hiroshi; Yoshinobu, Masahiro. In-plane shear strength of paper measured by asymmetric four-point bending test. Holzforschung. Vol. 69, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 41-46.

Other topics

53. Daniels, Lori D.; Lavallee, Suzie. Better safe than sorry : planning for safe and successful fieldwork. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. Vol. 95, no. 3 (July 2014) p. 264-273.


December 15-26, 2014

Methodology and advanced technology

1. Franklin, Janet; Regan, Helen M.; Syphard, Alexandra D. Linking spatially explicit species distribution and population models to plan for the persistence of plant species under global change. Environmental conservation. Vol. 41, no. 2 (June 2014): p. 97-109.

Mapping and remote sensing

2. Johnson, Jan; Finco, Mark V.; Quayle, Brad. Wide area imager fire mapping evaluation mission. Salt Lake City, Utah : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Remote Sensing Applications Center, 2014: iv, 9 p.

3. Kuusk, Andres; Kuusk, Joel; Lang, Mait. Modeling directional forest reflectance with the hybrid type forest reflectance model FRT. Remote sensing of environment. Vol. 149 (June 2014) 196-204.

4. Magdon, Paul; Fischer, Christoph; Fuchs, Hans; Kleinn, Christoph. Translating criteria of international forest definitions into remote sensing image analysis. Remote sensing of environment. Vol. 149 (June 2014) 252-262.

5. Ni, Wenjian; Ranson, Kenneth Jon; Zhang, Zhiyu; Sun, Guoqing. Features of point clouds synthesized from multi-view ALOS/PRISM data and comparisons with LiDar data in forested areas. Remote sensing of environment. Vol. 149 (June 2014) 47-57.

Mensuration

6. Vaughan, Robert; Maus, Paul A.; Megown, Kevin A.; Daniels, Nicholas. Forest inventory sampling strata development for the Tohono O’odham Nation. Salt Lake City, Utah : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Remote Sensing Applications Center, 2014: iv, 13 p.

Silviculture

7. Johnston, Danielle Bilyeu; Chapman, Phillip L. Rough survace and high-forb seed mix promote ecological restoration of simulated well pads. Invasive plant science and management. Vol. 7, no. 3 (July-Sept. 2014) p. 408-424.

8. de Montigny, Louise; Nigh, Gordon. Growth, mortality, and damage in fast growing Douglas-fir stands in coastal British Columbia twenty years after heavy juvenile thinning and moderate pruning at age nine. Northwest science. Vol. 88, no. 3 (Summer 2014) p. 206-218.

Plant physiology

9. Graves, Sarah J.; Rifai, Sami W.; Putz, Francis E. Outer bark thickness decreases more with height on stems of fire-resistant than fire-sensitive Floridian oaks (Quercus spp.; Fagaceae). American journal of botany. Vol. 101, no. 12 (Dec. 2014): p. 2083-2088.

10. Han, Chengchou; Young, Stephen L. Root growth of two perennial grass types and musk thistle (Carduus nutans) in temperate grasslands of North America. Invasive plant science and management. Vol. 7, no. 3 (July-Sept. 2014) p. 387-397.

11. Ryu, Youngryel; Lee, Galam; Jeon, Soohyun; Song, Youngkeun; Kimm, Hyungsuk. Monitoring multi-layer canopy spring phenology of temperate deciduous and evergreen forests using low-cost spectral sensors. Remote sensing of environment. Vol. 149 (June 2014) 227-238.

Plant ecology

12. Adams, Hallie R.; Barnard, Holly R.; Loomis, Alexander K. Topography alters tree growth–climate relationships in a semi-arid forested catchment. Ecosphere. Vol. 5, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. art. no. 148 (16 p.).

13. Couvreur, Valentin; Vanderborght, Jan; Draye, Xavier; Javaux, Mathieu. Dynamic aspects of soil water availability for isohydric plants : focus on root hydraulic resistances. Water resources research. Vol. 50, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. 8891-8906.

14. Peter, David H.; Harrington, Timothy B. Historical colonization of south Puget Sound prairies by Douglas-fir at joint base Lewis-McChord, Washington. Northwest science. Vol. 88, no. 3 (Summer 2014) p. 186-205.

15. Skurski, Tanya C.; Rew, Lisa J.; Maxwell, Bruce D. Mechanisms underlying nonindigenous plant impacts : a review of recent experimental research. Invasive plant science and management. Vol. 7, no. 3 (July-Sept. 2014) p. 432-444.

Plant breeding and genetics

16. Liu, Lijun; Zinkgraf, Matthew S.; Petzold, H. Earl; Beers, Eric P.; Filkov, Vladimir; Groover, Andrew T. The Populus ARBORKNOX1 homeodomain transcription factor regulates woody growth through binding to evolutionarily conserved target genes of diverse function. New phytologist. Vol. 205, no. 2 (Jan. 2015): p. 682-694.

Mycology and pathology

17. Plowright, Raina K.; Eby, Peggy; Hudson, Peter J.; Smith, Ina L.; Westcott, David A.; Bryden, Wayne L.; Middleton, Deborah; Reid, Peter A.; McFarlene, Rosemary A.; Martin, Gerardo; Tabor, Gary M.; Skerrattt, Lee F.; Anderson, Dale L.; Crameri, Gary; Quammen, David; Jordan, David; Freeman, Paul; Wang, Lin-Fa; Epstein, Jonathan H.; Marsh, Glenn A.; Kung, Nina Y.; McCallum, Hamish. Ecological dynamics of emerging bat virus spillover. Proceedings of the Royal Society. B, Biological sciences. Vol. 281, no. 1798 (Jan. 7, 2015): 9 p.

Insects and other invertebrates

18. Foth, Justyn R.; Straub, Jacob N.; Kaminski, Richard M.; Davis, J. Brian; Leininger, Theodor D. Aquatic invertebrate abundance and biomass in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Missouri bottomland hardwood forests during winter. Journal of fish and wildlife management. Vol. 5, no. 2 (Dec. 2014): p. 243-251.

Environmental injury

19. Isaacs, Rachel E.; Stueve, Kirk M.; Lafon, Charles W.; Taylor, Alan H. Ice storms generate spatially heterogeneous damage patterns at the watershed scale in forested landscapes. Ecosphere. Vol. 5, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. art. no. 141 (14 p.).

Fires

20. Morgan, Penelope; Moy, Marshell; Droske, Christine A.; Lentile, Leigh B.; Lewis, Sarah A.; Robichaud, Peter R.; Hudak, Andrew T. Vegetation response after post-fire mulching and native grass seeding. Fire ecology. Vol. 10, no. 3 (Dec. 2014): p. 49-62.

21. Scoles-Sciulla, Sara J.; DeFalco, Lesley A.; Esque, Todd C. Contrasting long-term survival of two outplanted Mojave Desert perennials for post-fire revegetation. Arid land research and management. Vol. 29, no. 1 (2015): p. 110-124.

22. Wright, Herbert E.,, Jr.; Heinselman, Miron L. The ecological role of fire in natural conifer forests of western and northern North America — introduction, with an introduction by Martin E. Alexander. Fire ecology. Vol. 10, no. 3 (Dec. 2014): p. 1-13.

Hydrology

23. Bathurst, James C.; Iroumé, Andrés. Quantitative generalizations for catchment sediment yield following forest logging. Water resources research. Vol. 50, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. 8383-8402.

24. Gannon, John P.; Bailey, Scott W.; McGuire, Kevin J. Organizing groundwater regimes and response thresholds by soils : a framework for understanding runoff generation in a headwater catchment. Water resources research. Vol. 50, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. 8403-8419.

25. Jasechko, Scott; Birks, S. Jean; Gleeson, Tom; Wada, Yoshihide; Fawcett, Peter J.; Sharp, Zachary D.; McDonnell, Jeffrey J.; Welker, Jeffrey M. The pronounced seasonality of global groundwater recharge. Water resources research. Vol. 50, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. 8845-8867.

26. Perrot, Danielle; Molotch, Noah P.; Williams, Mark W.; Jepson, Steven M.; Sickman, James O. Relationships between stream nitrate concentration and spatially distributed snowmelt in high-elevation catchments of the western U.S. Water resources research. Vol. 50, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. 8694-8713.

27. Reardon, Kristin E.; Bombardelli, Fabián A.; Moreno-Casas, Patricio A.; Rueda, Francisco J.; Schladow, S. Geoffrey. Wind-driven nearshore sediment resuspension in a deep lake during winter. Water resources research. Vol. 50, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. 8826-8844.

28. Schnorbus, Markus A.; Cannon, Alex J. Statistical emulation of streamflow projections from a distributed hydrological model : application to CMIP3 and CMIP5 climate projections for British Columbia, Canada. Water resources research. Vol. 50, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. 8907-8926.

29. Vuyovich, Carrie M.; Jacobs, Jennifer M.; Daly, Steven F. Comparison of passive microwave and modeled estimates of total watershed SWE in the continental United States. Water resources research. Vol. 50, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. 9088-9102.

Terrestrial animals

30. Gosselin, Jacinthe; Zedrosser, Andreas; Swenson, Jon E.; Pelletier, Fanie. The Relative importance of direct and indirect effects of hunting mortality on the population dynamics of brown bears. Proceedings of the Royal Society. B, Biological sciences. Vol. 281, no. 1798 (Jan. 7, 2015): 9 p.

31. Langwig, Kate E.; Frick, Winifred F.; Reynolds, Rick D.; Parise, Katy L.; Drees, Kevin P.; Hoyt, Joseph R.; Cheng, Tina L.; Kunz, Thomas H.; Foster, Jeffrey T.; Kilpatrick, A. Marm. Host and pathogen ecology drive the seasonal dynamics of a fungal disease, white-nose syndrome. Proceedings of the Royal Society. B, Biological sciences. Vol. 281, no. 1799 (Jan. 22, 2015): 7 p.

32. Richard, Julien H.; Wilmshurst, John F.; Côté, Steeve D. The effect of snow on space use of an alpine ungulate : recently fallen snow tells more than cumulative snow depth. Canadian journal of zoology. Vol. 92, no. 12 (Dec. 2014): p. 1067-1074.

Aquatic animals

33. Alexander, Julie D.; Hallett, Sascha L.; Stocking, Richard W.; Xue, Lan; Bartholomew, Jerri L. Host and parasite populations after a ten year flood : Manayunkia speciosa and Ceratonova (syn Ceratomyxa) shasta in the Klamath River. Northwest science. Vol. 88, no. 3 (Summer 2014) p. 219-233.

34. Day, Julie L.; Starkey, David E.; Adams, Ginny L.; Brummett, Shawn; Keeny, Devon. Population genetics of grotto sculpin (Cottus specus), a new cave-adapted fish species. Environmental biology of fishes. Vol. 97, no. 12 (Dec. 2014): p. 1305-1315.

35. Jaecks, Troy; Quinn, Thomas P. Ontogenetic shift to dependence on salmon-derived nutrients in Dolly Varden char from the Iliamna River, Alaska. Environmental biology of fishes. Vol. 97, no. 12 (Dec. 2014): p. 1323-1333.

36. Kovach, Ryan P.; Muhlfeld, Clint C.; Boyer, Matthew C.; Lowe, Winsor H.; Allendorf, Fred W.; Luikart, Gordon. Dispersal and selection mediate hybridization between a native and invasive species. Proceedings of the Royal Society. B, Biological sciences. Vol. 281, no. 1799 (Jan. 22, 2015): 9 p.

Freshwater fishes

37. Ohlund, Gunnar; Hedstrom Per; Norman, Sven; Hein, Catherine L.; Englund, Goran. Temperature dependence of predation depends on the relative performance of predators and prey. Proceedings of the Royal Society. B, Biological sciences. Vol. 281, no. 1799 (Jan. 22, 2015): 8 p.

Birds

38. Manuwal, David A.; Manuwal, Naomi J.; Burke, Joy A.; Manuwal, John D. Progressive territory establishment of four species of neotropical migrants in linear riparian areas in western Montana. Northwest science. Vol. 88, no. 3 (Summer 2014) p. 173-185.

Range management

39. Roche, Leslie M.; O'Geen, Anthony T.; Latimer, Andrew M.; Eastburn, Danny J. Montane meadow hydropedology, plant community, and herbivore dynamics. Ecosphere. Vol. 5, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. art. no. 150 (16 p.).

Social science and education

40. Higgins, Paul A. T.; Steinbuck, Jonah V. A conceptual tool for climate change risk assessment. Earth interactions. Vol. 18, no. 21 (Dec. 2014): p. art. no. 21 (15 p.).

Ecology and ecosystems

41. Capps, Krista A.; Rancatti, Regina; Tomczyk, Nathan; Parr, Thomas B.; Calhoun, Aram J. K.; Hunter, Malcolm L.,, Jr. Biogeochemical hotspots in forested landscapes : the role of vernal pools in denitrification and organic matter processing. Ecosystems. Vol. 17, no. 8 (Dec. 2014): p. 1455-1468.

42. Collins, Scott F.; Baxter, Colden V. Heterogeneity of riparian habitats mediates responses of terrestrial arthropods to a subsidy of Pacific salmon carcasses. Ecosphere. Vol. 5, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. art. no. 146 (14 p.).

43. Edwards, Ryan J.; Clark, Larry C.; Beck, K. George. Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia) dispersal by European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Invasive plant science and management. Vol. 7, no. 3 (July-Sept. 2014) p. 425-431.

44. Simanonok, Michael P.; Burkle, Laura A. Partitioning interaction turnover among alpine pollination networks : spatial, temporal, and environmental patterns. Ecosphere. Vol. 5, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. art. no. 149 (17 p.).

45. Wagner, Tyler; Midway, Stephen R. Modeling spatially varying landscape change points in species occurrence thresholds. Ecosphere. Vol. 5, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. art. no. 145 (16 p.).

Invasive species

46. Freed, Leonard A.; Cann, Rebecca L. Diffuse competition can be reversed : a case history with birds in Hawaii. Ecosphere. Vol. 5, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. art. no. 147 (40 p.).

47. Heredia, Sylvia M.; Ellstrand, Norman C. Novel seed protection in the recently evolved invasive, California wild radish, a hybrid Raphanus sp. (Brassicaceae). American journal of botany. Vol. 101, no. 12 (Dec. 2014): p. 2043-2051.

48. Urgenson, Lauren S.; Reichard, Sarah H.; Halpern, Charles B. Habitat factors and species' traits influence riparian community recovery following removal of Bohemian knotwee (Polygonum x bohemicum). Northwest science. Vol. 88, no. 3 (Summer 2014) p. 2246-260.

Climate change

49. Bagne, Karen E.; Friggens, Megan M.; Coe, Sharon J.; Finch, Deborah M. The importance of assessing climate change vulnerability to address species conservation. Journal of fish and wildlife management. Vol. 5, no. 2 (Dec. 2014): p. 450-462.

50. Kurnianto, Sofyan; Warren, Matthew; Talbot, Julie; Kauffman, J. Boone; Murdiyarso, Daniel; Frolking, Steve E. Carbon accumulation of tropical peatlands over millennia : a modeling approach. Global change biology. Vol. 21, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 431-444.

51. Nowacki, Gregory J.; Abrams, Marc D. Is climate an important driver of post-European vegetation change in the Eastern United States? Global change biology. Vol. 21, no. 1 (Jan. 2015): p. 314-334.

52. Whateley, Sarah; Steinschneider, Scott; Brown, Casey. A climate change range-based method for estimating robustness for water resources supply. Water resources research. Vol. 50, no. 11 (Nov. 2014): p. 8944-8961.

Wildlife management

53. Sponarski, Carly C.; Vaske, Jerry J.; Bath, Alistair J.; Musiani, Marco M. Salient values, social trust, and attitudes toward wolf management in south-western Alberta, Canada. Environmental conservation. Vol. 41, no. 4 (Dec. 2014) p. 303-310.

Forest products

54. Katovich, Steven A.; McCullough, Deborah G.; Ostry, Michael E.; O'Donnell, Jill; Munck, Isabel A.; Sadof, Clifford S. Christmas tree pest manual. Newtown Square, PA : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Area, State and Private Forestry, 2014: 160 p. (NA-FR ; 02-14.)

Building design, engineering, and properties

55. Snodgrass, Kathleen. A guide to maintaining the historic character of your Forest Service recreation residence. Missoula, MT : USDA Forest Service, Technology Development Center, 2014: 38 p.