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OTHER PUBLICATIONS AUTHORED BY STATION SCIENTISTS: 1998

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Alig, R.J.; Adams, D.M.; McCarl, B.A. 1998. Ecological and economic impacts of forest policies: interactions across forestry and agriculture. Ecological Economics. 27: 63-78 (763 Kb)

 

Ben-David, M.; Hanley, T.A.; Schell, D.M. 1998. Fertilization of terrestrial vegetation by spawning Pacific salmon: the role of flooding and predator activity. Oikos. 83: 47-55. (637 KB)

 

Bryant, M.D.; Swanston, D.N. 1998. Coho salmon populations in the Karst landscape of north Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska. American Fisheries Society. 127: 425-433. (168 Kb)

 

Carey, A.B. 1998. Dimensions of ecosystem management: a system approach to policy formulation. In: Calhoun, J.M., ed. Forest policy: ready for renaissance. Seattle, WA : College of Forest Resources, University of Washington: 261-273. (186 Kb)

 

Carey, A.B. 1998. Ecological foundations of biodiversity: lessons from natural and managed forests of the Pacific Northwest. Northwest Science. 72(2): 127-133. (109 Kb)

 

Eastin, I.L.; Lane, C.L.; Fight, R.D.; Barbour, J. 1998. An assessment of the industrial markets for softwood clearwood lumber. Forest Products Journal: 48 (11/12): 48-54. (279 Kb)

 

Gilless, J. Keith; Fried, Jeremy S. 1998. Stochastic representation of fire behavior in a wildland fire protection planning model for California. Forest Science. 45(4): 492-499. (491 KB)

 

Hanley, T.A.; Barnard, J.C. 1998. Red Alder, Alnus rubra, as a potential mitigating factor for wildlife habitat following clearcut logging in southeastern Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 112(4): 647-652. (42 Kb)

 

Johnson, G.R. 1998. Parental GCA testing: How many crosses per parent? Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 28(4): 540-545. (99 Kb)

 

Johnson, G.R.; King, J.N. 1998. Analysis of half diallel mating designs I--a practical analysis procedure for ANOVA approximation. Silvae Genetica. 47(2-3): 74-79. (150 Kb)

 

Ohmann, J.L.; Spies, T.A. 1998. Regional gradient analysis and spatial pattern of woody plant communities of Oregon forests. Ecological Monographs. 68(2): 151-182. (2.49 MB)

 

King, J.N.; Carson, M.J.; Johnson, G.R. 1998. Analysis of half diallel mating designs II--Results from a third generation progeny test of the New Zealand radiata pine improvement programme. Silvae Genetica. 47(2-3): 80-87. (151 Kb)

 

Swanson, F.J.; Johnson, S.L.; Gregory, S.V.; Acker, S.A. 1998. Flood disturbance in a forested mountain landscape: interactions of land use and floods. BioScience . 48(9): 681-689. (642 Kb)

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