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Tech Notes

"The goal of Tech Notes is to transfer current infomation and technology to land managers in a timely manner."


Agee, J.; Maruoka, K. 1994. Historical Fire Regimes of the Blue Mountains. BMNRI-TN-01. [From the Fire History In The Blue Mountains Study.]


Blatner, K.; Hanrahan, T.; Carroll, M. 1994. Evaluating alternative development strategies. BMNRI-TN-04. [From the Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]


Carrol, M.; Blatner, K. 1994. Forest-based communities in the Blues: adapting to environmental and social change. BMNRI-TN-03. [From the Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]


Daniels, S.; Walker, G. 1995. Forest health in the Blue Mountains region: the case for a collaborative approach. BMNRI-TN-05. [From the Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]


Filip, G. 1998. Effects of Insects and Diseases on Short-Term and Long-Term Tree Yields. BMNRI-TN-11.

 

Filip, G. 1995. Effects of silvicultural techniques on forest insects and disease pathogens in the Blue Mountains. BMNRI-TN-07. [From the Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]


Maruoka, K.; Agee, J. 1994. Fire Histories: Overview of Methods and Applications. BMNRI-TN-02. [From the Fire History In The Blue Mountains Study.]


McIver, J.; Kellogg, L.; Brown, C.; Adams, P.; Hogervorst, B.; Ottmar, R.; Vihnanek, B.; Bull, E.; Torgersen, T. 1995. Deerhorn Fuels Reduction: Economics and Environmental Effects. BMNRI-TN-06. [From the Deerhorn Fuels Reduction Study.]


McIver, J. 1998. Economics and environmental effects of fuel reduction at Limber Jim. BMNRI-TN-10. [From the Limber Jim Fuel Reduction Study.]


Shindler, B. 1997. Public Perspectives on Prescribed Fire and Mechanical Thinning. BMNRI-TN-09. [From the Public Acceptance of Alternative Fuels Reduction Methods Study.]


Willits, S.; Brunner, C.; Morrell, J.J. 1997. Timber Salvage and Utilization in the Inland Northwest. BMNRI-TN-08. [From the Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]

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