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Completed Research Projects

Clicking on one of the projects listed below will give you the title of the research project, principal investigators, a brief description, cost, products for finished work, and status for ongoing work. Cost is broken down into direct appropriated dollars (BMNRI), funds obtained from granting agencies, and total dollars. More detailed information about any of these projects, or about the research program in general, can be obtained by e-mail or by calling Jim McIver, Research Coordinator, at (541) 962-6528.

(March 1999 listing)

Agroforestry Practices and Their Relation to Riparian Areas
Blue Mountains Monitoring Framework
Deerhorn Fuels Reduction
Electronic (Fenceless) Livestock Control
Fire History in the Blue Mountains
Forest Canopy Gaps and Disturbance Agents in the Blue Mountains
Forest Service Employees Value Survey
Genesis Forest Health Demonstration
Limber Jim Fuels Reduction
Long-Term Trends in Blue Mountain Forests and Rangeland Conditions
Management Strategies to Improve Livestock Distribution in Riparian Ecosystems (Cattle Dispersion Study)
Northroad Stand Improvment
Public Acceptance of Alternative Fuels Reduction Methods
Synthesis and Research Framework
Wildfire and Breeding Bird Communities on Pine District

Synthesis and Research Framework

Principal Investigators: Numerous authors (Editors: Ray Jaindl & Thomas Quigley)

Cooperating scientists from several agencies and Universities have developed synthesis papers that describe existing scientific knowledge on natural resources in the Blue Mountains. The synthesis process has led to the development of an integrated, landscape-level research and development framework. The subject areas covered by the effort include forest productivity and protection, wood utilization, timber products, sustainable forest and range management, economic and social aspects, fish, riparian and water quality, wildlife and biodiversity.

Cost: BMNRI-220K; Total-350K


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