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Fall River Long-Term Site Productivity Study

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736 Holub, S.M., T.A. Terry, C.A. Harrington, R.B. Harrison, R. Meade, 2013. Tree growth ten years after residual biomass removal, soil compaction, tillage, and competing vegetation control in a highly-productive Douglas-fir plantation. Forest Ecology and Management 305, 60–66.

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Devine W.D., P.W. Footen, R.B. Harrison , T.A. Terry, C.A. Harrington, S.M. Holub, P.J. Gould. 2013. Estimating tree biomass, carbon, and nitrogen in two vegetation control treatments in an 11-year-old Douglas-fir plantation on a highly productive site. PNW Research Paper RP-591, Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 38 p.

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Devine, Warren D.; Harrington, Timothy B.; Terry, Thomas A.; Harrison, Robert B.; Slesak, Robert A.; Peter, David H.; Harrington, Constance A.; Shilling, Carol J.; Schoenholtz, Stephen H. 2011.  Five-year vegetation control effects on aboveground biomass and nitrogen content and allocation in Douglas-fir plantations on three contrasting sites. Forest Ecology and Management 262(12):2187-2198.2.

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Devine, Warren D.; Harrington, Constance A. 2011. Factors affecting diurnal stem contraction in young Douglas-fir. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 151 (2011) 414-419.

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Devine, W.D.; Harrington, Constance. 2009. Relationships among foliar phenology, radial growth rate, and xylem density in a young Douglas-fir plantation. Wood and Fiber Science. 41 (3): 300-312.

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Harrison, R.B.; T.A. Terry; C.W. Licata; B.L. Flaming; R. Meade; I.A. Guerrini; B.D. Strahm; D. Xue; A.B. Adams; M.R. Lolley; A. Sidell; G.L. Wagoner; D. Briggs; and E.C. Turnblom. 2009. Biomass and stand characteristics of a highly productive mixed Douglas-fir and western hemlock plantation in coastal Washington.  Western Journal of Applied Forestry 24(4): 180-186.

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Peter, David H.; Harrington, Constance. 2009. Six years of plant community development after clearcut harvesting in western Washington. Can. J. For. Res. 39 (2): 308319.

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Strahm, Brian D.; Harrison, Robert B.; Terry, Thomas A.; Harrington, Timothy B.; Adams, A.B.; Footen, Paul W. 2009. Changes in dissolved organic matter with depth suggest the potential for postharvest organic matter retention to increase subsurface soil carbon pools. Forest Ecology and Management.

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Harrington, Constance; Thomas, Terry; Harrison, Robert. 2008. Growing Trees Where Trees Grow Best: Short-term Research Sheds Light on Long-term Productivity Science Findings. Issue 107 (October). 6 p.

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Ares, Adrian; Harrington, Constance A. ; Terry, Thomas A. ; Kraft, Joseph M. 2008. Vegetation control effects on untreated wood, crude cellulose and holocellulose δ13C of early and latewood in 3- to 5-year-old rings of Douglas-fir. Trees 22:603-609.

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Petersen, Kyle S.; Ares, Adrian; Terry, Thomas A.; Harrison, Robert B. 2008. Vegetation competition effects on aboveground biomass and macronutrients, leaf area, and crown structure in 5-year old Douglas-fir. New Forests 35: 299–311.

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Ares, Adrian; Terry, Thomas; Harrington, Constance A.; Devine, Warren; Peter, David; Bailey, John. 2007. Biomass removal, soil compaction, and vegetation control effects on five-year growth of Douglas-fir in Coastal Washington. Forest Science. 53(5): 600-610.

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Devine, Warren D.; Harrington, Constance A. 2007. Influence of harvest residues and vegetation on microsite soil and air temperatures in a young conifer plantation. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 145(2007):125-138.

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Ares, Adrian; Terry, Thomas A.; Piatek, Kathryn B.; Harrison, Robert B.; Miller, Richard E.; Flaming, Barry L.; Licata, Christopher W.; Strahm, Brian D.; Harrington, Constance A. Meade, Rodney; Anderson, Harry W.; Brodie, Leslie C.; Kraft, Joseph M. 2007. The Fall River long-term site productivity study in coastal Washington: site characteristics, methods, and biomass and carbon and nitrogen stores before and after harvest. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-691. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 85 p. [pdf in three parts: A B C]

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Strahm, B.D.; Harrison, R.B. 2007. Mineral and organic matter controls on the sorption of macronutrient anions in variable-charge soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 71: 1926-1933.

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Terry, T.A.; and Ares, A. 2007. Effect of Residual Levels of Post-harvest Forest Floor Biomass on Soil Temperature at 20-cm Depth at the Fall River Long-term Site Productivity Study. Weyerhaeuser Company Technical Report, Centralia, WA: Weyerhaeuser Company. 29 pp.

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Ares, A.; Terry, T.; Harrison, R.B.; Harrington, C.A.; Piatek, K.; Flaming, F., Licata, C.; Strahm, B.; Meade, R.; Miller, R.; Devine, W.; Peter, P.; Petersen, K.; Anderson, H.; Harrington, T. 2006. Achieving long-term site productivity in the Pacific Northwest: Research-Driven Strategic Databases to Best Management Practices. In: Proceedings: IUFRO 4.04.02 Forest Plantation Meeting: Sustainable Forest Management with Fast Growing Plantations. October 10-13, 2006 Charleston, SC.

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Vance, E.D.; Terry, T.A.; Harrison, R.B.; Harrington, C.A.; Strahm, B.D.; Ares, A. 2006. The Fall River Long-term Soil Productivity study: Linking processes to operations in Pacific Northwest Douglas-fir. Western Forester. 51: 12-15.

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Ares, Adrian; Terry, Thomas; Piatek, Kathryn B.; Harrison, Robert B.; Harrington, Constance A.; Meade, Rodney; Leon, Rick; Miller, Richard E.; Flaming, Barry L.; Licata, Christopher W.; Petersen, Kyle; Strahm, Brian D.; Anderson, Harry W.; Brodie, Leslie C.; Kraft, Joseph M. 2006. Pre- and post-harvest stores of carbon and nitrogen in a highly-productive forest site subjected to increasing biomass removals in coastal Washington. Technical Note, Project number 5000000207. Centralia, WA: Weyerhaeuser Company. 15 p.

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Devine, Warren D.; Harrington, Constance A. 2006. Effects of vegetation control and organic matter removal on soil water content in a young Douglas-fir plantation. Res. Pap. PNW-RP-568. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 28 p.

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Bailey, John D.; Harrington, Constance A. 2006. Temperature regulation of bud-burst phenology within and among years in a young Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) plantation in western Washington, USA. Tree Physiology 26: 421-430.

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Strahm, B.D. 2006. Abiotic retention mechanisms of organic and macronutrient anions in variable-charge soils. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. of Washington, Seattle.

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Strahm, B.D.; Harrison, R.B. 2006. Nitrate sorption in a variable-charge forest soil of the Pacific Northwest. Soil Sci. 171: 313-321.

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Ares, A.; Terry, T.A.; Miller, R.E.; Anderson, H.W.; Flaming, B.L. 2005. Forest harvesting effects on soil physical properties and Douglas-fir growth on a Coastal Washington Site. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 69: 1822-1832.

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Harrington, T.B; Harrington, C.A.; Schoenholtz, S.H. 2005. Forest productivity responses to logging debris and competing vegetation: effects of annual precipitation and soil texture. p. 173-175. In: Harrington C.H.; Schoenholtz, S.H. (eds). Proceedings: Productivity of western forests: a forest product focus. Overview of Study Areas on Field Trips. Sept. 20-24, 2004, Kamilche, WA. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-42. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

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Harrington, C.A.; Terry, T.; Harrison, R.B. 2005. Fall River Long-term Site Productivity Study. p. 169-172. In: Harrington C.H.; Schoenholtz, S.H. (eds). Proceedings: Productivity of western forests: a forest product focus. Overview of Study Areas on Field Trips. Sept. 20-24, 2004, Kamilche, WA. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-42. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

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Devine, W.D.; Harrington, C.A.; Terry, T.A. 2005. Volumetric soil water content in 4- and 50-year-old Douglas-fir [Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mir.) Franco] stand. p. 161-164. In: Harrington, C.A.; Schoenholtz, S.H. (eds). Proceedings: Productivity of Western Forests: a Forest Product Focus. Kamilche, WA Sept. 20-24, 2004. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-642. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

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Ares, Adrian; Terry, Thomas A.; Miller, Richard E.; Anderson, Harry W.; and Flaming, Barry L. 2005. Ground-based forest harvesting effects on soil physical properties and Douglas-fir growth. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 69: 1822–1832.

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Harrington, Constance A.; Schoenholtz, Stephen H., eds. 2005. Productivity of western forests: a forest products focus. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-642. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 176 p. [pdf in three parts: A B C]

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Petersen, K. 2005. The effects of vegetation control on the early growth of Douglas-fir at a high quality site in coastal Washington. M.S. thesis. Univ. of Washington, Seattle.

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Roberts, Scott D., Harrington, Constance A., Terry, Thomas A. 2005. Harvest residue and competing vegetation affect soil moisture, soil temperature, N availability, and Douglas-fir seedling growth. Forest Ecology and Management 205: 335-350.

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Strahm, B.D.; Harrison, R.B.; Flaming, B.L.; Terry, T.A.; Licata, C.W.; Petersen, K.S. 2005. Factors affecting nitrogen mobility: Organic matter retention and variable-charge soils [abstract]. p. 165. In: Harrington, C.A.; Schoenholtz, S.H. (eds.) Productivity of Western Forests: A Forest Products Focus. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-642. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

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Strahm, B.D.; Harrison, R.B.; Flaming, B.L.; Terry, T.A.; Licata, C.W.; Petersen, K.S. 2005. Soil solution nitrogen concentrations and leaching rates as influenced by organic matter retention on a highly productive Douglas-fir site. For. Ecol. Manage. 218: 74-88.

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Licata, C.W. 2004. Nitrogen mineralization in a coastal Washington Douglas-fir plantation under two levels of logging slash and coarse woody debris retention. M.S. thesis. Univ. of Washington, Seattle.

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Flaming, B.L. 2001. Effects of harvest intensity and organic matter removal on nitrogen availability and leaching at a high productivity coastal Douglas-fir site. M.S. thesis. Univ. of Washington, Seattle.

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Terry, T.A.; Harrington, C.A.; Harrison, R.B.. 2001. Fall River Long-term Site Productivity Study: Study Objectives, Descriptions of Treatments, and Experimental Design. Long-term Site Productivity Paper #01-1 / March 2001. Weyerhaeuser Company Forestry Research Technical Note. 10 p.

 

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