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Raymond J. Drapek
USFS Pacific Northwest Research Laboratory,
3200 SW Jefferson Way, Corvallis, OR 97331.
Oregon State University, Entomology, 1993, Ph.D.
Michigan State University, Forestry, 1985, M.S.
Michigan State University, Systems Science, 1984, M.S.
University of Michigan, Natural Resources, 1981, B.S.
Biologist/GIS Specialist. USDA Forest Service, 2001-present.
Research Assistant. Forest Science Department. Oregon State University,
Programmer. Integrated Plant Protection Center. Oregon State University,
Research Assistant. Department of Entomology, Oregon State University,
Integrated Pest Management Specialist, Oregon Extension Service, 1985-1993.
Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Entomology, Michigan State
Aber,J., R.P.Neilson, S.McNulty, J.Lenihan, D.Bachelet, and R.J.Drapek.
2001. Forest processes and global environmental change: predicting the
effect of individual and multiple stressors. BioScience 51:735-751.
Bachelet D., R. P. Neilson, J.M. Lenihan, R.J. Drapek. 2002. Regional
differences in the carbon source-sink potential of natural vegetation
in the U.S. Submitted to Environmental Management.
Bachelet D., R.P. Neilson, T. Hickler, R.J. Drapek, J. M. Lenihan, M.T.
Sykes, B. Smith, S. Sitch, K. Thonicke. 2002. Simulating past and future
dynamics of natural ecosystems in the United States. Global Biogeochemical
Cycles 17(2): 1045 doi:10.1029/2001GB001508.
Bachelet D., R.P. Neilson, J. M. Lenihan and R.J. Drapek. 2001. Climate
change effects on vegetation distribution and carbon budget in the U.S.
Lenihan, J.M., R.J. Drapek, D. Bachelet, R.P. Neilson. 2003. Climate changes
effects on vegetation distribution, carbon, and fire in California. Ecological
Applications (in press).
Neilson, R.P and R.J. Drapek. 1998. Potentially Complex Biosphere Responses
to Transient Global Warming. Global Change Biology 4: 505-521.