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BROCHURE (2016) Pacific Northwest Research Station, Forest Inventory and Analysis, by Sharon Stanton, Karen Randolph, and Jane Terzibashian
BROCHURE (2016) Working with the Pacific Northwest Research Station: The research advantage, by Rhonda Mazza
BROCHURE (2014) Weaving Knowledge, by Andrea Watts, Susan Hummel, Frank Lake (7.0 MB)
BROCHURE (2009) Density management and riparian buffer study in western Oregon: phase 1 results, launch of phase 2, by Rhonda Mazza (1.0 MB)
Northwest Oak Communities (3.63 MB)
BROCHURE (2008) Experimental Forests and Ranges (4.35 MB)
Experimental Forest, by Valerie Rapp (1.85
BROCHURE 03-401 (2004) Starkey
Experimental Forest and Range,
by Valerie Rapp (1.20 MB)
(2004) DecAID: the Decayed Wood Advisor for managing snags, partially
dead trees, and down wood for biodiversity in
the forests of Washington and Oregon, by K. Mellen,
J.L. O.K. Waddell, S.A. Livingston, E.A. Willhite,
T. Dreisbach (1.22 MB) Available in electronic format only.
03-144 (2003) Bonanza Creek Experimental Forest, by Valerie Rapp
02-331 (2003) Wind River Experimental Forest, by Valerie Rapp (1.31
(2003) Forest Inventory and Analysis, Pacific Northwest Research
Station, by K.L. Waddell (2.1 MB)
02-176 (2003) White spruce and moose enhancement: project overview,
by Andrew Youngblood (157 Kb)
02-176 (2003) White spruce and moose enhancement project, by Andrew
Youngblood (536 Kb)
02-014 (2002) Aerial surveys for Swiss needle cast in western Oregon,
by A. Kanaskie, M. McWilliams, J. Prukop, D. Overhulser, R.Christian,
and S. Malvitch.
02-013 (2002) Ground verification of aerial survey for Port-Orford-cedar
root disease in southwest Oregon, by A. Kanaskie, M. McWilliams,
D. Overhulser, J. Prukop, R. Christian, and S. Malvitch.
02-012 (2002) Survey for balsam woolley adegid in Washington and
Oregon, by I. Ragenovich, B. Willhite, R. Mitchell, D. Overhulser,
and K. Ripley.
03-001 (2002) Promoting habitat complexity in second-growth forests,
by A. Bristol, and A.B. Carey (2.38 MB)
02-052 (2002) Ventilation climate information system: a management
tool for smoke and other pollutants, by S.A. Ferguson. (503k)
(2001) Stereo photo series for quantifying cerrado fuels in central
Brazil -- Volume I, by R.D. Ottmar, R.E. Vihnanek,
H.S. Miranda, M.N. Sata, S.M. Andrade (Part A - 2.22 MB;
Part B - 2.14 MB)
03-178 (1998) H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, by Art McKee and
Pamela Druliner (1.26 MB)
BROCHURE 98-024 (1998) Fish and forest: ecological links between
water and land.
BROCHURE 97-316 (1997) H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest.
BROCHURE 96-141 (1996) Bear trees: an eastern Oregon landscape
legacy, by C.G. Parks.
BROCHURE (1995) Save our Birds - Save our Forest, by Torolf R. Torgersen and Anna S. Torgersen (22.0 MB)
(2001) Smoke management guide for prescribed and wildland fire:
2001 edition, by Colin C. Hardy, Roger D. Ottmar, Janice L. Peterson,
John E. Core, Paula Seamon, eds. Available in electronic format
01-069 EnVision: Environmental Visualization System, by R.J. McGaughey.
MISC 01-005 2000:
A year in review.
(2000) Closer to the truth: 75 years of discovery in forest and
Changing the way we learn: CLAMS and the future of land use [Brochure
for the coastal landscape analysis and modeling project.
00-001 (2000) Index to selected science publications of the Interior
Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project, by T.M. Quigley, ed.
98-368 (1999) Science matters: information for managing the Tongass
National Forest, by K.R. Julin and C.J. Shaw, III.
MISC 98-333 (CD-ROM) The Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management
Project: scientific assessment.
MISC 93-007 Effects of fire behavior on prescribed fire smoke
characteristics: a case study.
MISC 95-013 Pringle Falls Experimental Forest and Research Natural
MISC 91-102M Questions and answers on spotted owl.
MISC 93-087 Sustaining forest soil productivity.
MISC 93-150 Restoration practices in southwest Oregon and northern
MISC 89-117 Douglas-fir old growth as habitat.
MISC (1985) The common plants of the muskegs of southeast
Alaska. (2.19 MB)
MISC 76-003 Early forestry research.
MISC 69-006 Pocket guide to the improved grading system for ponderosa
pine and sugar pine saw logs in trees.
MISC 95-178 Soil compaction and conifer growth after tractor yarding
at three coastal Washington locations.
Achieving science-based national forest management decisions while
maintaining the capability of the research and development program,
by Thomas J. Mills, Richard V. Smythe, and Hilda Diaz-Soltero. (288Kb)
MISC 13 - S Timber resource trends on non-federal timberland in
western Oregon between 1984-86 and 1994, by N. McKay, C.L. Bolsinger,
G. Lettman, M.A. Mei, D.L. Azuma.
MISC (1972) Federal
research natural areas in Oregon and Washington: A Guidebook for
Scientist and Educators, by J.F. Franklin, F.C. Hall, C.T. Dyrness,
(1968) The Influence of design on exposed wood in buildings of the
Puget Sound area, by E.W. Schein.
PACKET 87-227 Forest residue-research on an old problem, better
utilization of prescribed fire and smoke management, forest biomass
for energy and fiber.