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General Technical Reports: 2000

[Image]: Cover of publication entitled Economics Research Supporting Water Resource Stewardship in the Pacific Northwest.A "General Technical Report" (GTR) provides technical or scientific information often for a technical audience such as land managers, natural resource professionals, extension specialists, etc. It may contain scientific data, descriptions, or syntheses; descriptions of tools and products (e.g., computer programs, simulators, and models), annotated bibliographies; proceedings of a scientific meeting, etc. It may be, but is not limited to being, an original report; for instance, the GTR may expound on information that has been published in scientific journals, providing detailed data, figures, and information or provide an original synthesis of already published scientific information.


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GTR-505 00-083 (2000) Interpreting landscape change in high mountains of northeastern Oregon from long-term repeat photography, by J.M. Skovlin, G.S. Strickler, J.L. Peterson, and A.W. Sampson [Abstract]

 

GTR-502 00-126 (2000) Anabat bat detection system: description and maintenance manual, by D.W. Waldren [Abstract]

 

GTR-500 00-217(2000) Proceedings: linking healthy forests and communities through Alaska value-added forest products, by T.L. Laufenberg and B.K.Brady, eds. [Abstract]

 

GTR-499 00-029 (2000) Social assessment for the Colville National Forest CROP program, by A. Findley, M.S. Carroll, and K.A. Blatner  [Abstract]

 

GTR-497  00-169  (2000) Book of abstracts: 8th international symposium on society and resource management--transcending boundaries: natural resource management from summit to sea, by R. Burdge, J. Miles, D. Alper, and L. Kruger.

 

GTR-496 00-052 (2000) Stand-density study of spruce-hemlock stands in southeastern Alaska, by D.J. DeMars [Abstract]

 

GTR-495 00-079 (2000) Monitoring for ozone injury in West Coast (Oregon, Washington, California) forests in 1998, by S. Campbell, G. Smith, P. Temple, J. Pronos, R. Rochefot, and C. Andersen [Abstract]

 

GTR-494  00-039 (2000) Alternatives to clearcutting in the old-growth forests of southeast Alaska: study plan and establishment report, by M.H. McClellan, D.N. Swanston, P.E. Hennon, R.L. Deal, and T.L. DeSanto [Abstract]

 

GTR-492  00-053 (2000) True fir-hemlock spacing trials: design and first results, by R.O. Curtis, G.W. Clenenen, and J.A. Henderson  [Abstract]

 

GTR-491 99-097 (2000) Earthworms (Annelida: Oligochaeta) of the Columbia River basin assessment area, by S. James [Abstract]

 

GTR-490 99-263 (2000) Connecting people with ecosystems in the 21st century: an assessment of our Nation's urban forests, by J.F. Dwyer, D.J. Nowak, M.H. Nobel, and S.M. Sisinni  [Abstract]

 

GTR-489 99-259 (2000) Understanding human uses and values in watershed analysis, by R.D. Fight, L.E. Kruger, C. Hansen-Murray, A. Holden, and D. Bays  [Abstract]

 

GTR-488  99-083 (2000) Effects of forest management on understory and overstory vegetation: a retrospective study, by D.R. Thysell and A.B. Carey [Abstract]

 

GTR-487  00-051 (2000) Korean pine broadleaved forests of the Far East: Proceedings from the international conference, by P.W. Owston, W.E. Schlosser, D.F. Efremov, and C.L. Miner, eds. (Articles are in both English and Russian)   [Abstract]

 

GTR-486 99-244 (2000) Environmental effects of postfire logging: literature review and annotated bibliography,  by James D. McIver and Lynn Starr, tech. eds. [Abstract]

 

GTR-485  99-001 (2000) Source habitats for terrestrial vertebrates of focus in the interior Columbia basin: broad-scale trends and management implications, by M.J. Wisdom, R.S. Holthausen, B.C. Wales, C.D. Hargis, V.A. Saab, D.C. Lee, W.J. Hann, T.D. Rich, M.M. Rowland, W.J. Murphy, and M.R. Eames [Abstract]

 

GTR-482  99-140 (2000) Deconstructing the timber volume paradigm in management of the Tongass National Forest,  by J.P. Caouette, M.G. Kramer, and G.J. Nowacki [Abstract]

 

GTR-481  99-166  (2000) Interactions between white spruce and shrubby alders at three boreal forest sites in Alaska, by T.L. Wurtz [Abstract]

 

GTR-480 99-085 (2000) Alaska's Copper River: humankind in a changing world, by H.H. Christensen, L. Mastrantonio, J.C. Gordon, and B.T. Bormann [Abstract]

 

GTR-479  99-081 (2000) Social assessment for the Wenatchee National Forest wildfires of 1994: targeted analysis for the Leavenworth, Entiat, and Chelan Ranger Districts, by M.S. Carroll, K.A. Blatner, A.J. Findley, S.R. Rodriguez, S.E. Daniels, and G.B. Walker  [Abstract]

 

GTR-478 98-385 (2000) Atlas of human adaptation to environmental change, challenge, and opportunity: northern California, western Oregon, and western Washington, by H.H. Christensen, W. McGinnis, T.L. Raettig, and E. Donoghue [Please note: Errata] This publication is also available on a CD. [Abstract]

 

GTR-477 98-183 (2000) Rural communities in the inland Northwest: an assessment of small rural communities in the interior and upper Columbia River basins, by C. Harris, W. McLaughlin, G. Brown, and D.R. Becker [Abstract]

 

GTR-472 97-231 (2000) Scenery assessment: scenic beauty at the ecoregion scale,  by S. Galliano and G.M. Loeffler [Abstract]

 

GTR-451 96-075 (2000) Characterization and assessment of economic systems in the interior Columbia basin: fisheries,  by D.L. Fluharty [Abstract]

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Handbook to additional fungal species of special concern in the Northwest Forest Plan

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