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New Publications & Products

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The following publications are at the printer but available in electronic format now. All of our electronic publications require the Acrobat Reader program. You can download the Acrobat Reader free of charge.

 

 

Science Findings 182 (February 2016) Colossal carbon! Disturbance and biomass dynamics in Alaska’s national forests, by John Kirkland and Tara Barrett (5 MB)

 

Science Update Issue 22 (2015) Alaska’s energy anxiety, based on science by David Nicholls, Allen Brackley, and Robert Deering (11 MB)

 

GTR-931 (2015) Pushing boundaries: new directions in inventory techniques and applications: Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) symposium 2015. 2015 December 8–10; Portland, Oregon, by Sharon M. Stanton, Glenn A. Christensen, comps. (8.5 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-924 (2015) Economic and environmental benefits of community-scale cordwood hydronic heaters in Alaska—three case studies, by David L. Nicholls, Allen M. Brackley, Daniel J. Parrent (3 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-923 (2015) Climate change through an intersectional lens: gendered vulnerability and resilience in indigenous communities in the United States, by Kirsten Vinyeta, Kyle Powys Whyte, Kathy Lynn. (2.1 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-921 (2015) Urban forest restoration cost modeling: a Seattle natural areas case study, by Jean M. Daniels, Weston Brinkley, Michael D. Paruszkiewicz (4 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-920 (2015) Community biomass handbook. Volume 2: Alaska, where woody biomass can work, by Eini C. Lowell, Daniel J. Parrent, Robert C. Deering, Dan Bihn, and Dennis R. Becker. (13 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-919 (2016) A spatial database for restoration management capability on national forests in the Pacific Northwest USA, by Chris Ringo, Alan A. Ager, Michelle A. Day, Sarah Crim (6 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-918 (2015) Greenhouse gas emissions versus forest sequestration in temperate rain forests—a southeast Alaska analysis, by David Nicholls, Trista Patterson. (4.7 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-917 (2016) A climate adaptation strategy for conservation and management of yellowcedar in Alaska, by Paul E. Hennon, Carol M. McKenzie, David V. D’Amore, Dustin T. Wittwer, Robin L. Mulvey, Melinda S. Lamb, Frances E. Biles, Rich C. Cronn (20 MB) [Abstract]

 

GTR-911 (2015) Northwest Forest Plan–the first 20 years (1994-2013): status and trends of late-successional and old-growth forests, by Raymond J. Davis, Janet L. Ohmann, Robert E. Kennedy, Warren B. Cohen, Matthew J. Gregory, Zhiqiang Yang, Heather M. Roberts, Andrew N. Gray, Thomas A. Spies (10 MB) [Abstract]

 

RB-266 (2015) Production, prices, employment, and trade in Northwest forest industries, all quarters 2013, by Xiaoping Zhou [Abstract] (5.8 MB)

 

RP-604 (2015) Statistical analysis on the factors affecting agricultural landowners' willingness to enroll in a tree planting program, by Taeyoung Kim, Christian Langpap (2.3 MB) [Abstract]

 

RN-572 (2015) Research and development portfolio of the sustainability science team national sustainable operations USDA Forest Service, by Trista Patterson, David Nicholls, Jonathan Long. [Abstract] (600 KB)

 

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