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La Grande, OR 97850

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Ongoing 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 1995 listing)

Hungry Bob Fuel Reduction by Fire and Thinning
Deferred Livestock Grazing: Economics and Environmental Effects
Effects of Forest Management on Overstory-Understory Relations, Transitory Habitat, and Bird Populations in Blue Mountains Ecosystems
Effects of Livestock on Chinook Salmon Spawning Behavior and Redd Integrity
Five-Lock Down Wood Survey
Management Strategies to Improve Livestock Distribution in Riparian Ecosystems
Reburn Effects on Forest Structure and Site Potential: With or Without Salvage Logging
Response of Aspen to Large Herbivore Exclusion
Summit Salvage Harvest
Underground Processes: Developing Management Assessment Tools

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