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General Technical Reports: 2002

[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-565 02-198 (2002) Measures of progress for collaboration: case study of the Applegate Partnership, by Su Rolle. (286 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-564 02-200 (2002) Compatibility between wood production and other values and uses on forested lands: a problem analysis, by Charles E. Peterson, Robert A. Monserud (286 Kb) [Abstract] (890 Kb)

 

GTR-563 03-044 (2002) Congruent management of multiple resources: Proceedings from the Wood Compatibility Initiative workshop, by Adelaide C. Johnson, Richard W. Haynes, Robert A. Monserud, eds. (Part A: 2.91 MB) (Part B: 2.97 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-561 01-406 (2002) Social and economic assessment of the Chugach National Forest area, by Lisa K. Crone, Pat Reed, and Julie Schaefers [Abstract] (1.6 MB)

 

GTR-559 02-043 (2002) Understanding the links between ecosystem health and social system well-being: an annotated bibliography, by Dawn M. Elmer, Harriet H. Christensen, and Ellen M. Donoghue, comps. (426 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-558 02-102 (2002) Managing young upland forests in southeast Alaska for wood products, wildlife, aquatic resources, and fishes: problem analysis and study plan, by M.S. Wipfli, R.L. Deal, P.E. Hennon, A.C. Johnson, T.L. DeSanto, T.A. Hanley, M.E. Schultz, M.D. Bryant, R.T. Edwards, E.H. Orlikowska, and T. Gomi. (2.26 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-556 02-101 (2002) Public lands and private recreation enterprise: policy issues from a historical perspective, by Tom Quinn. (1.47 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-555 01-158 (2002) Adjusting for radiotelemetry error to improve estimates of habitat use, by Scott L. Findholt, Bruce K. Johnson, Lyman L. McDonald, J.W. Kern, A. Ager, R.J. Stussy, and L.D. Bryant. (265 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-554 01-340 (2002) A bibliography for Quercus garryana and other geographically associated and botanically related oaks, by Constance A. Harrington and Melanie A. Kallas, comps. (3.61 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-553 02-048 (2002) Altered rangeland ecosystems in the interior Columbia basin, by Stephen C. Bunting, James L. Kingery, Miles A. Hemstrom, M.A. Schroeder, R.A. Gravenmier, and W.J. Hann. [Abstract]

 

GTR-552 02-055 (2002) A survey of innovative contracting for quality jobs and ecosystem management, by Cassandra Moseley (265 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-551 01-284 (2002) Recreation and tourism in south-central Alaska: patterns and prospects, by Steve Colt, Stephanie Martin, Jenna Mieren, and Martha Tomeo. [Abstract]

 

GTR-550 02-050 (2002) Economics research supporting water resource stewardship in the Pacific Economics research supporting water resource stewardship in the Pacific Northwest, by Laurie L. Houston, Jeffrey D. Kline, and Ralph J.Alig (338 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-549 02-152 (2002) Assessing the viability and adaptability of Oregon communities, by Ellen M. Donoghue and Richard W. Haynes (1.63 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-548 02-051 (2002) Evaluating benefits and costs of changes in water quality, by Jessica Koteen, Susan J. Alexander, and John B. Loomis (1.61 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-547 02-142 (2002) Harvest, employment, exports, and prices in Pacific Northwest forests, 1965-2000, by Debra D. Warren (1.76 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-546 02-107 (2002) Beyond 2001: a silvicultural odyssey to sustaining terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems--proceedings of the 2001 national silviculture workshop, May 6-10, Hood River, Oregon, by Sharon Parker and Susan Stevens Hummel (2.74 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-544 01-315 (2002) Lumber recovery studies of Alaska sawmills, 1997 to 1999, by Kenneth A. Kilborn (4.37 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-543 02-001 (2002) A public utility model for managing public land recreation enterprises, by Tom Quinn (116 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-542 02-001 (2002) Montague Island vole: a conservation assessment, by Ellen Weintraub Lance (339 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-541 01-173 (2002) Montague Island marmot: a conservation assessment, by Ellen Weintraub Lance (415 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-540 02-009 (2002) Highlights of science contributions to implementing the Northwest Forest Plan--1994 to 1998, by Nancy M. Diaz and Richard W. Haynes (944 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-539 01-316 (2002) Understanding the compatibility of multiple uses on forest land: a survey of multiresource research with application to the Pacific Northwest, by James A. Stevens, Claire A. Montgomery (235 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-538 01-243 (2002) A comparative study of forestry in Finland, Norway, Sweden, and the United States, with special emphasis on policy measures for nonindustrial private forests in Norway and the United States, by Berit Hauger Lindstad (426 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-537 01-033 (2002) Social acceptability of forest conditions and management practices: a problem analysis, by Bruce A. Shindler, Mark Brunson, and George H. Stankey (237 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-536 01-324 (2002) Assessing and evaluating recreational uses of water resources: implications for an integrated management framework, by Christina Kakoyannis and George H. Stankey (583 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-535 01-228 (2002) Multiresource effects of a stand-replacement prescribed fire in the Pinus contorta-Abies lasiocarpa vegetation zone of central Washington, by Arthur R. Tiedemann, and Paul M. Woodard (667 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-534 01-203 (2002) Race, class, gender, and American environmentalism, by Dorceta E. Taylor (327 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-533 01-308 (2002) Feasibility of using wood wastes to meet local heating requirements of communities in the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska, by David L. Nicholls, Peter M. Crimp (380 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-532 02-008 (2002) Utilization of Oregon's timber harvest and associated direct economic effects, by Krista M. Gebert, Charles E. Keegan, III, Sue Willits, and Al Chase (652 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-531 (2002) Land ownership dynamics in the Big Elk Valley in Oregon during the 20th century, by B.J. Butler and B.J. Stanfield (2.3 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-530 01-081 (2002) The status of whitebark pine along the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail on the Umpqua National Forest, by E. M. Goheen, D.J. Goheen, K. Marshall, R.S. Danchok, J.A. Petrick, and D.E. White (536 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-529 01-177 (2002) A basis for understanding compatibility among wood production and other forest values, by R.W. Haynes and R.A. Monserud (290 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-528 01-117 (2002) Ex situ gene conservation for conifers in the Pacific Northwest, by S.R. Lipow, J.B. St. Clair, and G.R. Johnson (548 Kb) [Abstract]

 

GTR-526 01-076 (2002) Photo point monitoring handbook: part A--field procedures, part B--concepts and analysis, by Frederick C. Hall [Abstract]

 

GTR-525 01-405 (2002) Forests of western Oregon: an overview, by Sally Campbell, Dave Azuma, and Dale Weyermann (3.26 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-516 01-068 (2002) Atlas of social and economic conditions and change in southern California, by T.L. Raettig, D.M. Elmer, and H.H. Christensen [Abstract] (Available from Pat Winter, (909) 680-1557 or USDA Forest Service, 4955 Canyon Crest Drive, Riverside, CA 92509)

 

GTR-493  01-307 (2002) Evaluation of the retail market potential for locally produced paper birch lumber in Alaska, by David L. Nicholls (223K) [Abstract]

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