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General Technical Reports: 1998
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97-169 (1998) Integrating science and policy in natural resource
management: lessons and opportunities from North America, by
R.N. Clark, E.E. Meidinger, G. Miller, J. Rayner, M. Layseca, S.
Monreal, J. Fernandez, and M.A. Shannon [Abstract]
97-337 (1998) Late-successional and old-growth forest effectiveness
monitoring plan for the Northwest Forest Plan, by M. Hemstrom, T.
Spies, C. Palmer, R. Kiester, J. Teply, P. McDonald, and R. Warbington
97-105 (1998) Log export and import restrictions of the U.S. Pacific
Northwest and British Columbia: past and present, by C.L. Lane [Abstract]
97-197 (1998) Silviculture for multiple objectives in the Douglas-fir
region, by R.O. Curtis, D.S. DeBell, C.A. Harrington, D.P.
Lavender, J.B. St. Clair, J.C. Tappeiner, and J.D. Walstad [Abstract]
97-280 (1998) Air quality climate in the Columbia River basin, by
S.A. Ferguson (1.84 MB) [Abstract]
97-277 (1998) A review of the insects and mites found on Taxus
species with emphasis on western North America, by J.D. Lattin [Abstract]
GTR-432 98-071 (1998) Proceedings, western juniper forum '97, by
S. Leavengood and L. Swan, eds.
GTR-431 97-184 (1998) The importance and conservation of ectomycorrhizal
fungal diversity in forest ecosystems: lessons from Europe and the
Pacific Northwest, by M. Amaranthus
97-164 (1998) The Starkey habitat database for ungulate research:
construction, documentation, and use, by M.M. Rowland, P.K.
Coe, R.J. Stussy, A.A. Ager, N.J. Cimon, B.K. Johnson, and M.J.
97-143 (1998) The human factor in ecological research: an annotated
bibliography, by C. Eckhardt, comp. [Abstract]
97-171 (1998) Estimating historical snag density in dry forests,
by R.J. Harrod, W.L. Gaines, W.E. Harte, and A. Camp [Abstract]
98-006 (1998) Research publications of the H.J. Andrews Experimental
Forest, Cascade Range, Oregon: 1998 supp., by D.L. Henshaw,
S.E. Greene, and T. Lowry, comps. [Abstract]
GTR-426 97-196 (1998) Forest science research and scientific communities
in Alaska: a history of the origins and evolution of the USDA Forest
Service research, by M.G. Geier
97-234 (1998) Management experiments for high-elevation agroforestry
systems jointly producing matsutake mushrooms and high-quality timber
in the Cascade Range of southern Oregon, by J.F. Weigand [Abstract]
97-069 (1998) A landscape plan based on historical fire regimes
for a managed forest ecosystem: the Augusta Creek study, by J.H.
Cissel, F.J. Swanson, G.E. Grant, D.H. Olson, S.V. Gregory, S.L.
Garman, L.R. Ashkenas, M.G. Hunter, J.A. Kertis, J.H. Mayo, M.D.
McSwain, S.G. Swetland, K.A. Swindle, and D.O. Wallin [Abstract]
97-299 (1998) The effects of wind disturbance on temperate rain
forest structure and dynamics of southeast Alaska, by G.J.
Nowacki and M.G. Kramer [Abstract]
97-187 (1998) Forest carnivore conservation and management in the
interior Columbia River basin: issues and environmental correlates,
by G.W. Witmer, S.K. Martin, and R.D. Sayler [Abstract]
(1998) Ecoclass codes for seral and potential natural communities,
by F.C. Hall [Abstract]
97-194 (1998) Economies in transition: an assessment of trends relevant
to management of Tongass National Forest, by S.D. Allen, G. Robertson,
and J. Schaefers [Abstract]
97-073 (1998) Breeding design considerations for coastal Douglas-fir, by
R. Johnson [Abstract]
97-004 (1998) Recurrent outbreak of the Douglas-fir tussock moth
in the Malheur National Forest: a case history, by R.R. Mason,
D.W. Scott, M.D. Loewen, and H.G. Paul [Abstract]