USDA Forest Service

Pacific Northwest Research Station

Pacific Northwest Research Station
333 SW First Ave.
Portland, OR 97204

(503) 808-2100

US Forest Service

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Carey, A.B.; Wilson, T.M.; Maguire, C.C.; Biswell, B.L. 1997. Dens of northern flying squirrels in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Wildlife Management. 61(3): 684-699. (827 Kb)


Carson, Ward W.; Reutebuch, Stephen E. 1997. A rigorous test of the accuracy of USGS digital elevation models in forested areas of Oregon and Washington. In: Volume 1 surveying and cartography: 1997 ACSM/ASPRS Annual convention and exposition technical paper; Seattle, WA; April 7-10, 1997: 133-143. (503 KB)


Colgan, W., III; Carey, A.B. 1997. A reliable method of analyzing dietaries of mycophagous small mammals. Northwestern Naturalist. 78: 65-69. (175 Kb)


DeBell, Dean S.; Harrington, Constance A. 1997. Productivity of Populus in monoclonal and polyclonal blocks at three spacings. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 27: 978-985. (457 KB)


Edson, J.L.; Wenny, D.L.; Leege-Brusven, A.D.; Everett, R.L. 1997. Using micropropagation to conserve threatened rare species in sustainable forests. [Place of publication unknown]: The Haworth Press, Inc.: 279-291. (2.1 MB)


Everett, R.L.; Schellhaas, D.; Spurbeck, D.; Ohlson, P.; Keenum, D.; Anderson, T. 1997. Structure of northern spotted owl nest stands and their historical conditions on the eastern slope of the Pacific Northwest Cascades, USA. Forest Ecology and Management. 94: 1-14. (994k)


Gaines, W.L.; Strand, R.A.; Piper, S.D. 1997. Effects of the Hatchery Complex fires on northern spotted owls in the eastern Washington Cascades. In: Proceedings fire effects on rare and endangered species and habitats. [Place of publication unknown]: International Association of Wildland Fire: 123-132. (1.3M)


Hope, Sharon M.; Li, Ching-Yan 1997. Respiration , nitrogen fixation, and mineralizable nitrogen spatial and temporal patterns within two Oregon Douglas-fir stands. Canadian Journal of Fororest Research. 27: 501-509. (838 KB)


Johnson, G.R. 1997. Site-to-site genetic correlations and their implications on breeding zone size and optimum number of progeny test sites for coastal Douglas-fir. Silvae Genetica. 46: 280-285. (258 Kb)


Johnson, G.R.; Sniezko, R.A.; Mandel, N.L. 1997. Age trends in Douglas-fir genetic parameters and implications for optimum selection age. Silvae Genetica. 46: 349-358. (374 Kb)


Landsberg, J.D.; Lehmkuhl, J.F. 1997. Tigers, rhinos, and fire management in India. In: Fire effects on rare and endangered species and habitats. [Place of publication unknown]: International Association of Wildland Fire: 101-107.(1.2 MB)


Molina, R.; Vance, N.; Weigand, J.F.; Pilz, D.; Amaranthus, M.P. 1997. Special forest products: integrating social, economic, and biological considerations into ecosystem management. In: Kohm, K.A.; Franklin, J.F., eds. Creating a forestry for the 21st century: the science of ecosystem management. Covelo, CA: Island Press: 315-336. (222 Kb)


Schere, G.; Everett, R.; Zamora, B. 1997. Trifolium thompsonii stand conditions following a wildfire event in the Entiat Mountains of Central Washington. In: Proceedings, Fire effects on rare and endangered species and habitats conference. International Association of Wildland Fire: 245-252. (1.27MB)


Sorensen, F.C. 1997. Effects of sib mating and wind pollination on nursery seedling size, growth components, and phenology of Douglas-fir seed-orchard progenies. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 27: 557-566. (1.1 MB)


Sorensen, F.C.; Webber, J.E. 1997. On the relationship between pollen capture and seed set in conifers. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 27: 63-68. (672 Kb)


Thysell, D.R.; Villa, L.J.; Carey, A.B. 1997. Observations of northern flying squirrel feeding behavior: use of non-truffle food items. Northwestern Naturalist. 78: 87-92. (158 Kb)

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