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Adams, Paul W. Watersheds as systems and management units Watershed special July 94: 2-3,8  
Adams, Paul W. What birds are you seeing? 7(2): 7 View
Agee, James K. Restoration of Blue Mountain forests with fire: is it possible? 7(3): 3,6 View
Akensen, James J. Black bear den site selection in the Starkey study area 4(2): 1-2  
Anderson-Tyler, Janet Supply/harvest issues in small-diameter wood 9(1): 5, 9 View
Asher, Jerry Explosion in slow motion Noxious weeds special Oct. 95: 1-4  
Atzet, Thomas Reintroducing fire into ecosystems Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 2-4  
Barker, Jennifer Looking for our place 8(2): 4  
Barker, Lance Looking for our place 8(2): 4  
Barrett, Hugh Broken barrel: restoring western watersheds, The Watershed special July 94: 10  
Barrett, James J. Salvage—dirty word or silvicultural tool in the forest rehab grab bag? 2(3): 6  
Batasch, Rick Hydropower relicensing 9(2): 6 View
Beschta, Bob New hydrologic perspective of how beaver ponds function, A 7(2): 2-3 View
Beschta, Robert L. Riparian areas: perceptions in management 6(3): 9,11 View
Betts, Burr Bat maternity tree roosts and forest management 6(2): 2-3 View
Bigler-Cole, Heidi Science documents completed for Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project 7(1): 9,14 View
Birkmaier, Mack Cowboy perspective of riparian management 6(3): 5-6 View
Bishop, Ellen Morris Community: an environmental perspective 8(2): 4-5  
Bishop, Ellen Morris Grande Ronde River: an over of geology, The 1(3): 7  
Black, Terry SmallWood '98 Conference and Exposition 9(1): 1 View
Black, Terry SmallWood '98 manufacturing and processing track 9(1): 6 View
Blatner, Keith Potential for special forest products industry in the Pacific Northwest 8(4): 7 View
Blaustein, Andrew R. Perspective on declining amphibian populations, A 6(2): 8 View
BNMRI staffwriter Aspen and cottonwood in the Blue Mountains workshop 6(3): 4 View
BNMRI staffwriter Baker City watershed at risk 3(4): 9  
BNMRI staffwriter Barometer watershed 3(4): 10  
BNMRI staffwriter Beaver: nature's engineers 7(2): 3-4 View
BNMRI staffwriter Beaver's changing fortunes 7(2): 1,5 View
BNMRI staffwriter Bibliography available on disk 6(4): 7 View
BNMRI staffwriter Biodiversity conference informs and challenges 2(3): 2-3  
BNMRI staffwriter Biodiversity—catchword of the nineties 1(2): 2-3  
BNMRI staffwriter Biopulping—environmentally friendly paper production 2(3): 4  
BNMRI staffwriter Blue Mountains Elk Initiative selects coordinator 4(4): 10  
BNMRI staffwriter Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 3(1): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 4(1): 9  
BNMRI staffwriter Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 4(2): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter Blue Mountains forest health implementation project 1(1): 4-5  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI activities update 3(4): 7  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI activities 3(3): 10-11  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI announces competitive grants 2(4): 4  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board member attends wild ungulate seminar in Peru 7(2): 10 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board of Directors profile: Bob Messinger 4(3): 7  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board of Directors profile: Dean Bibles 4(2): 7  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board of Directors profile: George Brown 3(4): 9  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board of Directors profile: George Shelton 6(3): 3 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board of Directors profile: James Brown 3(1): 3  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board of Directors profile: John Lowe 3(2): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board of Directors profile: Larry Cribbs 4(1): 8  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board of Directors profile: Martin Davis 2(4): 3  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board of Directors profile: Pat Wortman 3(3): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Board of Directors 1(4): 1-2  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI celebration! 1(3): 1-2  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Foundation 4(3): 9  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI in formative stage 1(1): 1-2  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI kickoff celebration 1(2): 3  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI member profile: Bob Klicker 1(4): 4  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI member profile: Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla (Elwood Patawa and Antone Minthorn) 1(1): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI member profile: David Gilbert 2(3): 4  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI member profile: Dr. Frederick Gilbert 2(1): 7  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI member profile: Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center (Marty Vavra) 1(3): 3  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI member profile: John Howard 2(2): 2  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI member profile: National Audubon Society (Shirley Muse) 1(2): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI Partners—April 1994 4(4): 2  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI research framework completed 3(2): 3  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 1(2): 1-2  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 2(2): 6-7  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 2(3): 9  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 3(1): 4-5  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 3(3): 5,8  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 4(1): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 4(2): 6-7  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 4(3): 9  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 4(4): 6  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 5(2): 10-11  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 5(3): 4 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 5(4): 3-4 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 6(1): 8-9,11 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 6(2): 10 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 6(4): 9,11 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 7(1): 8 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 7(2): 4,7 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 7(3): 6-7 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 7(4): 10 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 8(1): 3,10 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 8(2):  
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 8(4): 6,11 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 9(1): 8 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 9(2): 5 View
BNMRI staffwriter BMNRI update 9(3): 5 View
BNMRI staffwriter Boise Cascade Corporation researches birds and ungulates 8(1): 6,11 View
BNMRI staffwriter Changing harvest levels studied 4(1): 5-6  
BNMRI staffwriter Changing values 1(1): 4,6  
BNMRI staffwriter Click here for more information about BMNRI 6(3): 11 View
BNMRI staffwriter Communities undertake economic renewal 5(3): 1-2 View
BNMRI staffwriter Competetive grants for 1994 3(4): 6  
BNMRI staffwriter Competetive grants for 1995 4(4): 9  
BNMRI staffwriter Competetive grants for 1996 6(1): 11 View
BNMRI staffwriter Cooperative effort focuses on animal damage control 2(4): 9  
BNMRI staffwriter Eastern Oregon University 8(1): 8 View
BNMRI staffwriter Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 2(4): 3,9  
BNMRI staffwriter Fenceless grazing 1(1): 6  
BNMRI staffwriter Fire and water 2(2): 3  
BNMRI staffwriter Fire effects on insect pests and disease 2(2): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter Fire effects on soil structure and organisms 2(2): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter Fire—its historic role in the Blue Mountains 2(2): 1-2  
BNMRI staffwriter Forest conference brings groups to the table 3(3): 8-9  
BNMRI staffwriter Forest health public forums 1(3): 4  
BNMRI staffwriter Forest health workshop: a summary 2(1): 8-9  
BNMRI staffwriter Forest health: what's it all about? 1(1): 3  
BNMRI staffwriter Forest inventory planned 4(1): 6  
BNMRI staffwriter Forest pruning provides payoffs 2(3): 11  
BNMRI staffwriter Former Secretary of Interior Cecil Andrus to speak at dinner 7(1): 15 View
BNMRI staffwriter Friends of Lake Fork 4(4): 7  
BNMRI staffwriter Glickman appoints members to committee of scientists 8(2): 7  
BNMRI staffwriter Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 3(3): 8  
BNMRI staffwriter Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 4(1): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 5(4): 6 View
BNMRI staffwriter Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program welcomes new director 9(1): 8 View
BNMRI staffwriter Grande Ronde Model Watershed project tour 5(4): 10-11 View
BNMRI staffwriter Green marketing certification 9(1): 10 View
BNMRI staffwriter Insects—boon or bane? 1(3): 6  
BNMRI staffwriter Institute awarded research grant 6(4): 12 View
BNMRI staffwriter Institute visionary heads to D.C. 4(1): 6  
BNMRI staffwriter Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project 8(1): 2 View
BNMRI staffwriter Keynote speakers set tone of SmallWood '98 9(1): 4 View
BNMRI staffwriter Lasting solutions require hard work 3(3): 1-2  
BNMRI staffwriter Litigation last resort 3(3): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter Managing landscapes and ecosystems workshop 4(1): 7,10  
BNMRI staffwriter Managing landscapes and ecosystems workshop 4(3): 9-11  
BNMRI staffwriter Meet the proposed board—BMNRI Board of Directors 1(1): 1  
BNMRI staffwriter National Institute for the Environment 5(3): 2 View
BNMRI staffwriter Nature Conservancy volunteers wage war on weeds 9(3): 10 View
BNMRI staffwriter New Perspectives in action 2(1): 3-4  
BNMRI staffwriter Oberteuffer named to forestry board 4(3): 10  
BNMRI staffwriter Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife studies array of wildlife issues 8(1): 7 View
BNMRI staffwriter Oregon State University Extension 8(1): 4,6 View
BNMRI staffwriter Oregon State University, College of Agricultural Sciences 8(1): 8 View
BNMRI staffwriter Oregon State University, College of Forestry 8(1): 11 View
BNMRI staffwriter Pacific Northwest Research Station focuses on disturbance processes 8(1): 5 View
BNMRI staffwriter Panel discussion: what, in your , has to change in order for us to be practicing ecosystem management? Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 15-18  
BNMRI staffwriter Partner highlight—Columbia-Blue Mountain Resource Conservation and Development Area, Inc. 5(2): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter Partners and cooperators join forces with BMNRI 1(3): 6  
BNMRI staffwriter Partners 4(4): 1  
BNMRI staffwriter PNW Research Station develops diversity policy 5(3): 10 View
BNMRI staffwriter Public survey reports support for active management 7(1): 14 View
BNMRI staffwriter Publications available 7(1): 16-17 View
BNMRI staffwriter Publications of interest 6(2): 7 View
BNMRI staffwriter Publications of interest 7(4): 5 View
BNMRI staffwriter Publications of interest 8(1): 2 View
BNMRI staffwriter Publications of interest 8(3): 6 View
BNMRI staffwriter Publications relating to fire in the Blue Mountains 7(3): 9-10,12 View
BNMRI staffwriter Quigley named Institute Manager 2(3): 1  
BNMRI staffwriter Rangeland recovery 3(2): 11  
BNMRI staffwriter Recent publications of interest 6(1): 9 View
BNMRI staffwriter Research offers options 3(3): 7-8  
BNMRI staffwriter Resource challenges abound 9(3): 8 View
BNMRI staffwriter Resource conservation a priority 9(3): 6 View
BNMRI staffwriter Riparian areas: fragile—handle with care 1(3): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter S&R Industries creates new products, markets 5(3): 7-8 View
BNMRI staffwriter Salmon recovery plan completed 3(4): 4-5  
BNMRI staffwriter Salmonids in peril: ecology and management of Blue Mountain native fishes Salmonids special June 97: 1 View
BNMRI staffwriter Salvage after fire—the word from the field 7(3): 4-5 View
BNMRI staffwriter Save our birds, save our forests 7(2): 7 View
BNMRI staffwriter Science team reports on interior Columbia Basin work 7(2): 8-9 View
BNMRI staffwriter Seminars format changing 6(3): 10 View
BNMRI staffwriter Sensitive logging earns award 5(2): 9  
BNMRI staffwriter Seventh American Forest Congress feedback 6(3): 10 View
BNMRI staffwriter Seventh American Forest Congress 6(2): 11 View
BNMRI staffwriter Seventh Generation Group Meets 7(1): 14 View
BNMRI staffwriter SmallWood Exposition 9(1): 1 View
BNMRI staffwriter Soil seminar coming 4(4): 4  
BNMRI staffwriter Soil: the foundation of the ecosystem (Soil seminar report) 5(1): 1  
BNMRI staffwriter Some thoughts on sustainability 3(1): 11  
BNMRI staffwriter SWCD citizen board offers opportunity for involvement 9(3): 9 View
BNMRI staffwriter Timber harvesting for forest health seminar series 6(3): 6,8 View
BNMRI staffwriter Tours 9(1): 7, 9 View
BNMRI staffwriter Tread softly—invertebrates at work! 1(2): 6  
BNMRI staffwriter University of Washington studies fire east of the Cascade Range 8(1): 6 View
BNMRI staffwriter Wallowa County men named Oregon Tree Farmer of the Year 2(1): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter Wanted: Dead. Yellow Starthistle 7(4): 6 View
BNMRI staffwriter Washington State University work in the Blue Mountains 8(1): 9 View
BNMRI staffwriter Watershed board names new director 5(3): 5 View
BNMRI staffwriter WEB curriculum use continues to grow 8(1): 6 View
BNMRI staffwriter WEB education program earns recognition 4(4): 5  
BNMRI staffwriter What's happening at the Union Station? 8(1): 9 View
BNMRI staffwriter What's new about New Perspectives? 2(1): 1  
BNMRI staffwriter Who benefits? Who pays? 1(4): 2  
BNMRI staffwriter Wilderness and the local economy 7(4): 11 View
BNMRI staffwriter Wildlife considerations 2(2): 6  
BNMRI staffwriter Yew examined at workshop 3(1): 8-9  
Boehne, Paul L. Anadromous fish restoration—Upper Grande Ronde River 1(4): 2,7  
Boehne, Paul L. Watershed monitoring: it's what makes adaptive management work! 6(4): 2-3 View
Borchers, Jeffrey G. Ecosystem health, sustainability, and uncertainty 3(1): 3-4  
Bormann, Bernard T. Is there a social basis for biological measures of ecosystem sustainability? 3(1): 1-2  
Botkin, Daniel Natural myth, A 3(1): 9-10  
Bottom, Dan Landscape-level planning for watershed restoration Watershed special July 94: 8-11  
Breese, Lynn Timber harvest at the Dixie Meadow Company Timber Harvest for FH special July 96: 12-14 View
Brown, Perry J. Dynamic continuing education 4(4): 7  
Brown, Perry J. Great Basin changes with a new national park 2(4): 8  
Brown, Rick Post-fire salvage 7(3): 4 View
Brunson, Mark Social acceptability of silvicultural practices 2(3): 10  
Bryant, Larry D. Grazing the riparian area 6(3): 2-3,10 View
Bryson, Don Can we live with salmon? Watershed special July 94: 14-15  
Bubser, Dave Ecosystem management on Nez Perce lands 5(4): 6-7 View
Buchanan, Dave Status and life history of bull trout in the Grande Ronde basin Salmonids special June 97: 10 View
Bull, Evelyn L. Creating wildlife trees with inoculation of decay fungi 4(1): 11  
Bull, Evelyn L. Effect of management on American martens, The 6(2): 1 View
Bull, Evelyn L. Frog Heaven old-growth ecosystem management study 4(2): 5  
Bull, Evelyn L. Nests of Vaux's swifts found in Blue Mountain forests 1(1): 7  
Burgel, Lara From shotgun to civil code: development of the Oregon Water Code 9(2): 3 View
Burley, Chuck Northwest Forestry Association: a unified voice for timber 4(4): 8,10  
Carlson, Douglas Umatilla Forest Resources Council 4(4): 4  
Carlson, Louis Peanut brittle relationship, The 8(2): 7,9  
Carmichael, Rich Status and life histories of salmonids in the Grande Ronde basin Salmonids special June 97: 7-9 View
Carson, Bob Environmental permitting for federal access projects 6(1): 10-11 View
Carter, Bernie Blue Mountains Elk Initiative progress report 3(2): 6  
Caudill, Jim Timber cost accounting 4(1): 8-9  
Cissel, John Landscape management—Cascade Center approaches 2(1): 4,7  
Clark, Earl New ideas for Oregon business 5(3): 9-10 View
Clark, Roger N. Outdoor recreation: frivolous fun or a fundamental resource value? 2(4): 1,4  
Clayton, James L. Processes of soil formation (Soil seminar report) 5(1): 4-6  
Clemens, Dave Citizen participation in the Tri-County Weed Management Area 9(3): 7, 10 View
Clifton, Caty Effects of timber harvest on the hydrology and climate of four small watersheds 8(2): 10  
Coen, Juli Federal grazing fee issue, The 4(1): 2-3  
Cole, Brian D. Regional strategies program assists eastern Oregon forests 4(3): 8  
Conway, Flaxen Coming up to speed on the President's Northwest Economic Adjustment Initiative 4(2): 9,11  
Conway, Flaxen Oregon's timber-dependent communities: Where are they and how are they faring? 4(1): 3-4  
Cook, John G. Assessing the influence of deer and elk on forests of the Blue Mountains 5(2): 3-4  
Core, John WESTAR Council holds biomass utilization conference 4(3): 1-2  
Corp, Mary Weed control and restoration in the Blue Mountains—panel presentation Noxious weeds special Oct. 95: 6-0  
Cribbs, Larry Eagle sky cars 5(4): 9 View
Cromack, Kermit, Jr. Prescribed underburning of ponderosa pine forest ecosystems—effects on soil nitrogen availability and nutrient recycling processes 7(3): 7-8 View
Cromack, Kermit, Jr. Soil nutrient cycling in western forest systems 8(3): 9 View
Croswell, Deb BMNRI Learning Center update 4(3): 4  
Croswell, Deb CTUIR developing salmon restoration policy 4(4): 9  
Croswell, Deb Muse honored with national award 4(3): 5  
Croswell, Deb Patawa finds new opportunities in D.C. 4(3): 3  
Crowe, Elizabeth Quaking aspen and black cottonwood: historical and present-day distribution in the Blue Mountains Cottonwood and aspen special Jan. 96:1-2  
Csuti, Blair Northwestern Biodiversity Initiative 1(2): 7  
Dade, Gary Weed control and restoration in the Blue Mountains—panel presentation Noxious weeds special Oct. 95: 6-0  
Davis, Jeanette Managing scattered tracts 4(4): 3  
Decker, Dara GRMWP project highlight: Catherine Creek fish habitat improvement 7(3): 11 View
Diebel, Ken Agriculture and water quality 9(2): 4 View
Dixon, Craig Environmental effects of road closures 6(1): 5 View
Donovan, Peter Person-centered economic development 9(2): 11 View
Duncan, Sally From the forest to the sea: sustainable water—a PNW research initiative 9(2): 1-2 View
Eisgruber, L.M. One step closer to a salmon recovery plan 4(2): 2-4  
Ellingson, Rob Consensus in landscape management Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 13-14  
Elliot, W.J. Hydrologic and sedimentation effects of open and closed roads 6(1): 7-8 View
Elmore, Wayne Riparian areas: perceptions in management 6(3): 9,11 View
Ely, Craig Elk population management objectives set by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife 5(2): 8,10  
Erickson, John Effects of fire on wildlife Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 13,15  
Erickson, Leonard Wetlands—a vanishing resource? 1(4): 6  
Ernst, Gayla Wilderness areas of the Blue Mountains 7(4): 2-4 View
Everett, Richard Eastside ecosystem health assessment 3(2): 4  
Everett, Richard Rare plant consortium 1(3): 4-5  
Farrow, Alanna Care of mother earth 8(2): 6  
Farrow, Alanna Forest offerings: food uses of the indigenous people of the Columbia Basin 8(4): 5 View
Farrow, Mike Watershed restoration activities Watershed special July 94: 17-18  
Ferns, Mark Geologic evolution of the Blue Mountains region: the role of geology in soil formation. (Soils seminar report) 5(1): 2-3, 17  
Filip, Gregory M. Creating wildlife trees with inoculation of decay fungi 4(1): 11  
Filip, Gregory M. Forest health: the disease and insect factor 1(1): 4  
Findholt, Scott L. Determining animal position in Starkey study 4(2): 8-9  
Finneran, Brian Can you see the forest for the smoke? A plan for addressing prescribed burning and wildfire in the Blue Mountains of NE Oregon Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 10-11  
Foltz, R.B. Hydrologic and sedimentation effects of open and closed roads 6(1): 7-8 View
Frank, Bill, Jr. Talk our way to solutions 3(3): 2-3  
Freed, James R. Sustainability of native plants for special forest products from non-industrial forest lands 8(4): 8 View
Freels, Harold Horse logging Timber Harvest for FH special July 96: 9 View
Fremd, Ted Time in the Blue Mountains 2(4): 7,10  
Gale, Richard P. Will forest-dependent communities welcome New Forestry? 2(1): 6  
Garman, Steve Landscape analysis in ecosystem management: modeling process and pattern 7(1): 5-6 View
George, Rick Anadromous fish at the crossroads 1(3): 2-3  
George, Rick Tribal perspective of salmon problems and solutions Salmonids special June 97: 3-4 View
Gibbens-Woodwell, Joni Centers offer business help 5(3): 8 View
Gildemeister, Jerry Columbia River basin history Salmonids special June 97: 1-3 View
Glassford, Tom Innovative equipment modifications for small operations Timber Harvest for FH special July 96: 10-11 View
Goebel, Lee Reader point: Myths and misconceptions 3(4): 11  
Goebel, Leo Land stewardship objective dictates silvicultural practices 2(3): 5  
Goebel, Leo Myths and misconceptions 3(4): 11  
Goodall, Tom Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project: point from Boise Cascade Corporation 7(1): 11-12 View
Gorman, Tom Marketing/Networking presentations from SmallWood '98 9(1): 7 View
Grace, Dick Public access and roads 6(1): 6 View
Graham, Russell T. Can silviculture replace the role of fire? Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 12-13  
Gravenmeier, Rebecca Interior Columbia Basin ecosystem management project (ICBEMP) information system development 7(1): 8, 10 View
Greear, Nick Fire management in the Blue Mountains 2(2): 7  
Gregg, David Fuel ethanol from wood offers options 4(3): 5-6  
Haase, Sally M. Soil and cambium temperatures associated with prescribed burning Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 5  
Hall, Frederick C. Historical and present conditions of the Blue Mountain forests Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 1-2  
Hansen, Andy Mechanisms that drive bird species diversity in Yellowstone National Park 7(1): 6-7,15 View
Harr, Dennis Stream processes 3(4): 1-2  
Hartford, Roberta A. Decisions and fire prediction in fuel and fire management 2(2): 4  
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 6(3): 1 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 6(4): 2 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 7(1): 1,3 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 7(2): 2 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 7(3): 2 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 7(4): 2 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 8(1): 4 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 8(2): 1  
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 8(3): 3 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 8(4): 2 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 9(1): 2 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 9(2): 2, 4 View
Hartmann, Larry Notes from the Manager 9(3): 2 View
Hartmann, Larry SmallWood roundtables & shortcourses 9(1): 9 View
Hartsough, Bruce "New" harvesting system for stand health improvement, A 5(4): 4-5 View
Hartsough, Bruce Harvesting systems and their capabilities Timber Harvest for FH special July 96: 5,11,15 View
Harvey, Alan E. Soil and the forest floor: what it is, how it works, and how to treat it (Soil seminar report) 5(1): 6-9  
Hatfield, Connie Solutions for the land and the people 3(3): 6-7  
Hatfield, Doc Solutions for the land and the people 3(3): 6-7  
Haynes, Richard W. Frameworks for ecosystem management 4(1): 1-2  
Heilman, Paul E. Ecology and watershed functions of western cottonwoods Cottonwood and aspen special Jan. 96:3-5  
Henjum, Mark Black bear den site selection in the Starkey study area 4(2): 1-2  
Henjum, Mark Life history of the Swainson's hawk 7(2): 6  
Henjum, Mark Swainson's hawks—the Oregon-Argentina connection 7(2): 6 View
Henjum, Mark Wildlife and their habitats Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 6-8  
Henshaw, John Fitting timber harvesting into the forest health framework Timber Harvest for FH special July 96: 2-3 View
Henshaw, John Notes from the Manager 5(4): 2 View
Henshaw, John Notes from the Manager 6(1): 1 View
Henshaw, John Notes from the Manager 6(2): 2 View
Henshaw, John Re-creating the maps: issues and process—road closures in U.S. National Forests 6(1): 1-2 View
Herrig, Dan Hatchery programs in the Grande Ronde basin: their origin and their future Salmonids special June 97: 12-14 View
Holtzman, Susan K. Accelerating cooperative riparian restoration and management 6(3): 10 View
Honeyman, Bruce Building the future through consensus Ecosysm Management special Aug. 93: 14  
Horton, Robert Grande Ronde Model Waterhsed progress 3(4): 4  
Horton, Robert Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program is chartered 3(2): 10-11  
Horton, Robert Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 4(3): 8  
Horton, Robert Plan for habitat restoration in the Grande Ronde Basin, The Watershed special July 94: 11,13,15  
Hoverson, Mary Elk population management objectives set by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife 5(2): 8,10  
Ingham, Elaine R. Organisms in the soil: the functions of bacteria, fungi, protozoa, nematodes, and arthropods (Soil seminar report) 5(1): 10-12,16-17  
Inmon, Nancy Oregon Women in Timber brings the forest to classrooms 4(4): 3  
Isley, Arleigh Changing perspective of wilderness—reader opinion, A 7(4): 11 View
Jackson, Bob Land stewardship objective dictates silvicultural practices 2(3): 5  
Jacques, Mark Panel discussion: to burn or not to burn? What is the proper use of fire in managing forests? Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 14-20  
James, Gary Umatilla River fisheries restoration a success 3(4): 8  
Jensen, Lyle Monitoring timber outputs and forest conditions on Blue Mountain national forests 6(4): 6-7 View
Johnson, Bruce Assessing factors regulating elk productivity in the Blue Mountains 8(4): 10-11 View
Johnson, Bruce Ungulate research and future activities at Starkey 5(2): 1  
Johnson, Charlie Genetic diversity flexibility key to survival 1(2): 3  
Johnson, Charlie Panel discussion: to burn or not to burn? What is the proper use of fire in managing forests? Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 14-20  
Johnson, Douglas E. Noxious weeds: monitoring an insidious threat to ecosystem health 6(4): 10-11 View
Johnson, Judith S. Building a basin-wide community through an open public planning process on Federal lands 7(1): 12-13,17 View
Johnson, Sid Reader comment 6(2): 11 View
Jones, Douglas G. Jump-starting Blue Mountain ecosystem restoration 3(2): 1-2  
Karl, Michael G. Noxious weeds: monitoring an insidious threat to ecosystem health 6(4): 10-11 View
Kauffman, Boone Riparian plants and how they function Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 10-11  
Keister, George Managing habitat: game versus nongame 4(2): 6  
Kellogg, Loren "New" harvesting system for stand health improvement, A 5(4): 4-5 View
Kellogg, Loren Deerhorn timber sale: a look at some results Timber Harvest for FH special July 96: 6-7 View
Kiemnec, Gary How plants invade new territory Noxious weeds special Oct. 95: 5  
Klemmedson, James O. Potential impacts of prescribed burning on sustainable forest productivity 2(2): 9  
Kline, LeRoy State of Oregon watershed health benchmark proposal 3(2): 2  
Koler, T.E. Hydrologic and sedimentation effects of open and closed roads 6(1): 7-8 View
Krueger, William C. Sustainability in the Blue Mountains 3(1): 7-8  
Lambert, Michael Salvage harvesting and forest health improvement with new technology 2(3): 7  
Landsburg, Joan Twice burned? We hope not—the reburn project 7(3): 10 View
Lang, Lisa Public finance programs 5(3): 11 View
Lee, Danny C. Broadscale assessment of land-use effects on fishes of the interior Columbia River Basin 7(1): 2-4 View
Lee, Kai N. Watersheds—looking for the right scale, the right parties, and right questions Watershed special July 94: 1,6,15,19-20  
Lee, Martha E. Great Basin changes with a new national park 2(4): 8  
Lichen, Pat BMNRI Learning Center update 2(4): 10  
Lichen, Pat BMNRI Learning Center update 3(3): 4  
Lichen, Pat BMNRI Learning Center update 3(4): 10  
Lichen, Pat BMNRI Learning Center update 4(1): 11  
Lichen, Pat BMNRI Learning Center update: Rebarrow revival 3(2): 8  
Lichen, Pat Ecosystem management and the Learning Center 3(1): 5  
Lichen, Tim Three byways to enjoy the Blue Mountains 2(4): 5-6  
Lite, Ken Ground water in Oregon: the unseen resource 9(2): 9 View
Little, Susan Long-term site productivity research 2(1): 5  
Lowery, Odos Cottonwood and aspen management Cottonwood and aspen special Jan. 96: 14-15  
Luce, C.H. Hydrologic and sedimentation effects of open and closed roads 6(1): 7-8 View
Macdonald, Catherine Panel discussion: to burn or not to burn? What is the proper use of fire in managing forests? Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 14-20  
Macy, Tom Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 9(2): 8 View
Macy, Tom Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 9(3): 5, 9 View
Maloney, T.M. Composite markets expand 4(3): 2-3  
Marcot, Bruce G. Monitoring wildlife: reaching for the ideal in a real world 6(4): 7-8,11 View
Maser, Chris Thoughts on social-environmental sustainability 8(2): 2  
McGowan, Vance Resident fishes of the Blue Mountains 6(2): 6-7 View
McInnis, Michael L. Principles of successful livestock grazing in riparian ecosystems 6(3): 1-2,8 View
McIver, James Bird's-eye of tree management and the forest understory, A 6(3): 9 View
McIver, James BMNRI Learning Center 2(1): 2-3  
McIver, James BMNRI Learning Center update 4(2): 4  
McIver, James BMNRI Learning Center update 4(3): 4  
McIver, James Challenge of ecosystem management, The Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 1-2  
McIver, James Forest management, the soil food web, and productivity 8(3): 3 View
McIver, James From Genesis to Limber Jim 5(4): 3 View
McIver, James Landscape thinking in natural resources management 6(4): 6 View
McIver, James Limber Jim information day 8(2): 9  
McIver, James Limber Jim: an experiment in the management of fuels Timber Harvest for FH special July 96: 8 View
McIver, James Recovery plans Salmonids special June 97: 16-20 View
McIver, James Research at the BMRNI 8(1): 1,3, table View
McIver, James Research on small-diameter stands 9(1): 2 View
McIver, James Volunteer spirit aids BMNRI research 9(3): 6 View
McIver, James Wilderness as a control 7(4): 8-9 View
McIver, James Wildfire effects on bird abundance diversity 7(3): 11 View
McKibben, Melinda Coalition to host watershed celebration 6(2): 5 View
McNamara, Michael New hydrologic perspective of how beaver ponds function, A 7(2): 2-3 View
McNeel, Joe Why "new" harvesting techniques are important to ecosystem management 5(4): 1 View
Messinger, Bob Ecosystem management at Boise Cascade Corporation 4(4): 5,11  
Meurisse, R.T. Effects of management activities on forest soils: can we manage better? (Soil seminar report) 5(1): 13-16  
Moldenke, Andy Denizens of the soil: small, but critical Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 3-5  
Molina, Randy Ecosystem management: the "morel" of the story 8(3): 1-2,9 View
Morman, David Changing silvicultural practices in riparian areas 2(3): 3-4  
Morrell, Jeffrey J. Wood utilization in the Blue Mountains 4(3): 6-7,10  
Mullarkey, Bill Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 7(3): 9 View
Mullarkey, Bill Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 5(2): 9  
Mullarkey, Bill Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 5(3): 3 View
Mullarkey, Bill Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 5(4): 2 View
Mullarkey, Bill Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 6(1): 8 View
Mullarkey, Bill Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 6(2): 10 View
Mullarkey, Bill Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 6(3): 4 View
Mullarkey, Bill Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 7(1): 11 View
Mullarkey, Bill Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 7(2): 7,9 View
Mullarkey, Bill Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 7(4): 4 View
Muse, Shirley Active activist examines activism: citizen involvement in natural resource management 9(3): 3 View
Mushinsky, Henry R. Effects of fire on amphibians and reptiles, The Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 4-6,8  
Muzika, Rose-Marie Forest diversity—Blue Mountains style 1(2): 4  
Nakamura, Gary Harvesting forest biomass 5(3): 5-6 View
Oberteuffer, Bill Panel discussion: to burn or not to burn? What is the proper use of fire in managing forests? Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 14-20  
Oberteuffer, Bill Uneven-aged silviculture 3(4): 6-7  
Oester, Paul Cottonwood and aspen: economics and management Cottonwood and aspen special Jan. 96: 11-14  
Ottmar, Roger D. Forest health in the Blue Mountain region: can prescribed fire help? 1(1): 3,7  
Parks, Catherine Have yew heard? 2(4): 6,10  
Parks, Catherine A. Creating wildlife trees with inoculation of decay fungi 4(1): 11  
Parks, Catherine G. Fungal agents of tree disease and decay in the Blue Mountains 8(3): 7 View
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program happenings 6(2): 9 View
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program happenings 6(3): 8 View
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program happenings 6(4): 4 View
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 5(2): 7  
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 6(1): 4 View
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 7(1): 10 View
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 7(2): 8 View
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 7(4): 8 View
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 8(1): 10 View
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 8(2): 5  
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 4(4): 8  
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 4(2): 10  
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 8(3): 8 View
Perry, Patty Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 8(4): 9 View
Perry, Patty Habitat restoration activities of the Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program Salmonids special June 97: 14-15 View
Perry, Patty Watershed councils, a new creature? 6(2): 8-9 View
Peterson, Janice Values at odds: prescribed fire and air quality in the Blue Mountains 2(2): 8  
Phalan, Alice State help available for dispute resolution 3(3): 3-4  
Pilz, David Ecosystem management: the "morel" of the story 8(3): 1-2,9 View
Porter, Terry Timber cost accounting 4(1): 8-9  
Pranger, Dave Weed control and restoration in the Blue Mountains—panel presentation Noxious weeds special Oct. 95: 6-0  
Quigley, Thomas M. Electronic eartags corral livestock 6(3): 7-8 View
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 1(2): 1-2  
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 1(3): 1  
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 1(4): 1-2  
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 2(1): 3  
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 2(2): 1-2  
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 2(3): 1  
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 2(4): 1  
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 3(1): 2  
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 3(2): 5  
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 3(3): 2  
Quigley, Thomas M. Notes from the Manager 3(4): 1  
Quigley, Thomas M. Science documents completed for Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project 7(1): 9,14 View
Quimby, Chuck Rangeland condition monitoring 6(4): 4-5 View
Rainville, Bob Road management 6(1): 6 View
Rainville, Suzanne Wallowa-Whitman National Forest program opportunities and challenges 8(4): 3, 9 View
Redman, Timothy S. Montane riparian habitat for birds: islands of diversity, retreats for survival 7(2): 10-11 View
Reynolds, Dennis Never-ending process, A Watershed special July 94: 16-17  
Reynolds, Dennis Water temperatures in review 4(1): 10-11  
Rice, Peter M. Noxious weeds: monitoring an insidious threat to ecosystem health 6(4): 10-11 View
Rider, John Noxious weeds: monitoring an insidious threat to ecosystem health 6(4): 10-11 View
Rieman, Bruce E. Broadscale assessment of land-use effects on fishes of the interior Columbia River Basin 7(1): 2-4 View
Riggs, Robert A. Assessing the influence of deer and elk on forests of the Blue Mountains 5(2): 3-4  
Riggs, Robert A. Forest management and maintenance of structure for wildlife Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 9-10  
Rimbey, Neil Federal grazing fee issue, The 4(1): 2-3  
Roberts, Jimmy Transportation systems that fit with forest health Timber Harvest for FH special July 96: 4 View
Rockwell, Victoria Forest product could help fight cancer 1(2): 7-8  
Roder, Mark Demonstration project network expands 4(3): 4,8  
Rose, Robin Eastside reforestation 2(3): 8  
Rosen, Rudolph A. We must protect our native deer and elk 5(4): 8 View
Ross, Darrell Bark beetle response to wildfire 7(3): 1-2 View
Rother, Earle Mushroom picking program, Umatilla National Forest 8(3): 10 View
Saab, Victoria Cavity-nesting bird responses to stand-replacement fire and postfire salvage logging 7(3): 8-9 View
Sackett, Stephen S. Soil and cambium temperatures associated with prescribed burning Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 5  
Sallabanks, Rex Breeding bird communities in eastside conifer forests: a Blue Mountains perspective 6(2): 3-5 View
Sangster, Brian Asotin Model Watershed Program under way 3(4): 2-3  
Sater, Susan Pacific Northwest Region wilderness stewardship priorities 7(4): 9,12 View
Schmitt, Craig L. Fungal agents of tree disease and decay in the Blue Mountains 8(3): 7 View
Scott, J. Michael Northwestern Biodiversity Initiative 1(2): 7  
Searles, Kent Water availability and water use within the Grande Ronde River Basin Watershed special July 94: 4-5,8  
Sedell, Jim Salmonid status in the Columbia River basin Salmonids special June 97: 5-6 View
Sheehy, Dennis Managing wildlife in incomplete habitats 5(2): 5-7  
Shepperd, Wayne D. Silviculture and management of aspen in the West Cottonwood and aspen special Jan. 96: 10-11  
Shetler, Diane Community forestry 9(3): 4 View
Shinn, Craig W. Seventh American Forest Congress—toward a shared vision 5(4): 9-10 View
Silovsky, Gene Blue Mountains Elk Initiative progress report 3(4): 3  
Smith, Jane E. Linking kingdoms in the Blues 8(3): 4,6 View
Southworth, Jack Ranching and riparians Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 12-13  
Southworth, Jack Riparian enclosures 3(2): 9  
Sproull, Jane Sixth world wilderness congress to convene in India in '98 7(4): 11 View
Stankey, George H. Social aspects of water resource management 1(4): 5  
Swift, Ralph Bringing the salmon back to the Lemhi River 3(4): 5-6  
Swift, Ralph Salmon: turning emotion into action Watershed special July 94: 12-13  
Tanaka, John A. Grazing lands application workshop 3(1): 10-11  
Tanaka, John A. Management practices for restoration: research and development 3(2): 6,8  
Tanaka, John A. Notes from my desk to yours 4(4): 1  
Tanaka, John A. Notes from the Acting Manager 4(1): 1,3  
Tanaka, John A. Notes from the Acting Manager 4(2): 1,3  
Tanaka, John A. Notes from the Acting Manager 4(3): 1  
Tanaka, John A. Notes from the Manager 5(1): 1  
Tanaka, John A. Notes from the Manager 5(2): 2  
Tanaka, John A. Notes from the Manager 5(3): 3 View
Templin Richards, Rebecca Special forest product harvesting: cultural patterns, community development, and natural resource management 8(4): 1-2 View
Tewksbury, Joshua J. Cottonwood and aspen as wildlife habitat: a focus on birds Cottonwood and aspen special Jan. 96: 5-9  
Tewksbury, Joshua J. Montane riparian habitat for birds: islands of diversity, retreats for survival 7(2): 10-11 View
Thomas, Jack Ward Ecosystem management Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 18-20  
Thomas, Jack Ward Fee-hunting on the public's lands?—an appraisal 3(1): 6-7  
Thomas, Jack Ward Notes from the Director 1(1): 1  
Tiedemann, Arthur R. Assessing the influence of deer and elk on forests of the Blue Mountains 5(2): 3-4  
Tiedemann, Arthur R. Electronic eartags corral livestock 6(3): 7-8 View
Tiedemann, Arthur R. Potential impacts of prescribed burning on sustainable forest productivity 2(2): 9  
Tiedemann, Arthur R. Prescribed burning and productivity: a nutrient management perspective Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 6-9  
Tobin, Rich Hells Canyon National Recreation Area 2(4): 2-3  
Tolle, Tim Adaptive management—What does it mean? 2(1): 8  
Tolle, Tim Monitoring in the Blue Mountains: a strategic approach 6(4): 1,4,11 View
Torgerson, Torolf Forrest immune system—its role in insect pest regulation, The Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 6-7  
Tuttle, Merritt E. Salmon and Columbia River dams Salmonids special June 97: 11-12 View
Urban, Karl Mimulus maze: where cows and bees collide, The Ecosystem Management special Aug. 93: 9  
Urban, Karl Very special plant place: a river runs through it, under it, and over it, A Watershed special July 94: 7,9  
Vavra, Martin Managing wildlife in incomplete habitats 5(2): 5-7  
Vavra, Martin Sustainability in the Blue Mountains 3(1): 7-8  
von Segen, William Not a matter of if… 9(1): 3 View
Wagner, Rick Cottonwoods on eastern Oregon farms and ranches Cottonwood and aspen special Jan. 96: 16  
Wallenmeyer, Lew Grande Ronde Model Watershed Program update 4(4): 8  
Walstad, John D. Fire sympoisum sparks wide interest 2(2): 3  
Warren, Bob Forest health: a coordinated state effort 3(2): 7  
Watson, Allan Eagle Cap Wilderness visitors have changed attitudes 7(4): 7 View
Watson, Jay Why wilderness? 7(4): 1,5 View
Weatherford, Whit Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 8(3): 6 View
Weatherford, Whit Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 8(4): 4-5 View
Weatherford, Whit Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 9(1): 10 View
Weatherford, Whit Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 9(2): 5 View
Webster, James G. Watershed monitoring: it's what makes adaptive management work! 6(4): 2-3 View
Weigand, James F. Frameworks for ecosystem management 4(1): 1-2  
Wertz, Tara Blue Mountains Elk Initiative update 8(2): 5  
Wertz, Tara To move or not to move 7(2): 5 View
Wheeler, F. Jeremy Montane riparian habitat for birds: islands of diversity, retreats for survival 7(2): 10-11 View
Whittlesey, Norman K. Salmon recovery—an economist's 1(4): 3-4  
Williams, King Courage to manage!, The 8(2): 8  
Wing, Judy Citizen involvement in natural resource management 9(3): 1-2 View
Wisdom, Mike Roads, access, and wildlife 6(1): 2-3 View
Wolk, Tonia Recreation—another commodity? 2(4): 11  
Youtie, Berta Nature Conservancy, The 1(2): 5-6  
Youtie, Berta Panel discussion: to burn or not to burn? What is the proper use of fire in managing forests? Fire Ecology and Management special March 94: 14-20  
Youtie, Berta Weed control and restoration in the Blue Mountains—panel presentation Noxious weeds special Oct. 95: 6-0  

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