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General Technical Reports: 2011

 

[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-857 (2011) Harvest, employment, exports, and prices in Pacific Northwest forests, 1965–2010 by Debra D. Warren. [Abstract] (800 KB)

 

GTR-855 (2011) Responding to climate change in national forests: a guidebook for developing adaptation options by David L. Peterson, Connie I. Millar, Linda A. Joyce, Michael J. Furniss, Jessica E. Halofsky, Ronald P. Neilson, and Toni Lyn Morelli. [Abstract] (5 MB)

 

GTR-854 (2011) Synthesis of knowledge of extreme fire behavior: volume I for fire managers, by Paul A.Werth, Brian E.Potter, Craig B. Clements, Mark A. Finney, Scott L. Goodrick, Martin E. Alexander, Miguel G. Cruz, Jason A. Forthofer, and Sara S. McAllister. [Abstract] (4 MB)

 

GTR-853 (2011) Northwest Forest Plan–the first 15 years (1994–2008): status and trends of late-successional and old-growth forests by Melinda Moeur, Janet L.Ohmann, Robert E. Kennedy, Warren B.Cohen, Matthew J. Gregory, Zhiqiang Yang, Heather M. Roberts, Thomas A. Spies, and Maria Fiorella. [Abstract] (2.6 MB)

 

GTR-852 (2011) Ecosystem services as a framework for forest stewardship: Deschutes National Forest overview by Nikola Smith, Robert Deal, Jeff Kline, Dale Blahna, Trista Patterson, Thomas A. Spies, and Karen Bennett. [Abstract] (2 MB)

 

GTR-851 (2011) Nontimber forest products in the United States: Montreal Process indicators as measures of current conditions and sustainability by Susan J. Alexander, Sonja N. Oswalt, and Marla R. Emery. [Abstract] (2 MB)

 

GTR-850 (2011) Northwest Forest Plan—the first 15 years (1994–2008): status and trends of northern spotted owl populations and habitats, by Raymond J. Davis, Katie M. Dugger, Shawne Mohoric, Louisa Evers, and William C. Aney. [Abstract] (9 MB)

 

GTR-848 (2011) Northwest Forest Plan—the first 15 years (1994–2008): status and trend of nesting habitat for the marbled murrelet, by Martin G. Raphael, Gary A. Falxa, Katie M. Dugger, Beth M. Galleher, Deanna Lynch, Sherri L. Miller, S. Kim Nelson, and Richard D. Young. [Abstract] (2 MB)

 

GTR-846 (2011) Toward understanding the ecological impact of transportation corridors by Victoria J. Bennett, Winston P.Smith and Matthew G. Betts. [Abstract] (804 KB)

 

GTR-845 (2011) Production of wood pellets from Alaska-grown white spruce and hemlock by Allen M. Brackley and Daniel J. Parrent. [Abstract] (1.38 MB)

 

GTR-844 (2011) Adapting to climate change at Olympic National Forest and Olympic National Park by Jessica E. Halofsky, David L. Peterson, Kathy A. O’Halloran, Catherine Hawkins Hoffman, eds. [Abstract] (4 MB)

 

GTR-843 (2011) Camas Swale Research Natural Area: guidebook supplement 42 by Reid Schuller[Abstract] (1 MB)

 

GTR-842 (2011) Giving credit where credit is due: increasing landowner compensation for ecosystem services by Gina L. LaRocco and Robert L. Deal. [Abstract] (797 KB)

 

GTR-841 (2011)A landscape model for predicting potential natural vegetation of the Olympic Peninsula USA using boundary equations and newly developed environmental variables by Jan A. Henderson, Robin D. Lesher, David H. Peter and Chris D. Ringo. [Abstract] (1 MB)

 

GTR-840 (2011) Evaluating soil risks associated with severe wildfire and ground-based logging by Keith M. Reynolds, Paul F. Hessburg, Richard E. Miller and Robert T. Meurisse. [Abstract] (1 MB)

 

GTR-839 (2011) Trends in global shipping and the impact on Alaska’s forest products., by Joseph A. Roos, Allen M. Brackley, Daisuke Sasatani [Abstract] (2 MB)

 

GTR-838 (2011) Social vulnerability and climate change: synthesis of literature, by Kathy Lynn, Katharine MacKendrick, Ellen M. Donoghue [Abstract] (1 MB)

 

GTR-837 (2011)Effects of climate change on natural resources and communities: a compendium of briefing papers by Ralph J. Alig.[Abstract] (3 MB)

 

GTR-836 (2011) Cap and trade: offsets and implications for Alaska by Joseph A.Roos,Valerie Barber, and Allen M. Brackley.[Abstract] (1 MB)

 

GTR-835 (2011) Forests of southeast and south-central Alaska, 2004–2008: five-year forest inventory and analysis report by M.Barrett, Tara ; Christensen, Glenn A., tech. eds.[Abstract] (6 MB)

 

GTR-834 (2011) Cherry Creek Research Natural Area: guidebook supplement 41 by Reid Schuller, Jennie Sperling, and Tim Rodenkirk.[Abstract] (4 MB)

 

GTR-831 (2011) A socioeconomic assessment of Forest Service American Recovery and Reinvestment Act projects: eight case studies. by Susan Charnley, Pamela Jakes, John Schelhas.[Abstract] (2 MB)

 

 

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