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OTHER PUBLICATIONS AUTHORED BY STATION SCIENTISTS: 1999

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Aubry, K.B.; Amaranthus, M.P.; Haipern, C.B.; White, J.D.; Woodard, B.L.; Peterson, C.E.; Lagoudakisi, C.A.; Horton, A.J. 1999. Evaluating the effects of varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention: experimental design of the DEMO study. Northwest Science. 73 (Special Issue): 12-26. (1.27 MB)

 

Baird, M.; Zabowski, D.; Everett R.L. 1999. Wildfire effects on carbon and nitrogen in inland coniferous forests. Plant and Soil. 209: 233-243. (1.41MB)

 

Barbour, R.J. 1999. Relationship between diameter and gross product value for small trees. In: Proceedings: wood technology clinic and show. [Place of publication unknown]: Wood Technology: 40-46. (740 Kb)

 

Carey, A.B. 1999. Red tree vole/Arborimus longicaudus. In: Wilson, D.E.; Ruff, S., eds. The Smithsonian book of north American Mammals. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press: 620-622. (97 Kb)

 

Carey, A.B.; Calhoun, J.M.; Dick, B.; O'Halloran, K.; Young, L.S.; Bigley, R.E.; Chan, S.; Harrington, C.A.; Hayes, J.P.; Marzluff, J. 1999. Reverse technology transfer; obtaining feedback from managers. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 14(3): 153-163. (193 Kb)

 

Carey, A.B.; Kershner, J.; Biswell, B.; Dominguez de Toledo, L.S. 1999. Ecological scale and forest development: squirrels, dietary fungi, and vascular plants in managed and unmanaged forests. Wildlife Monographs. 142: 1-71. (7.69 MB)

 

Carey, A.B.; Lippke, B.R.; Sessions, J. 1999. Intentional systems management: managing forests for biodiversity. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 9(3/4): 83-125. (559 Kb)

 

Carey, A.B.; Maguire, C.C.; Biswell, B.L.; Wilson, T.M. 1999. Distribution and Abundance of Neotoma in Western Oregon and Washington. Northwest Science. 73(2): 65-80. (245 Kb)

 

Cissel, J.H.; Swanson, F.J.; Weisburg, P.J. 1999. Landscape management using historical fire regimes: Blue River, Oregon. Ecological Applications. 9(4): 1217-1231. (929 Kb)

 

Colgan, W.C. III; Carey, A.B.; Trappe, J.M.; Molina, R.; Thysell, D. 1999. Diversity and productivity of hypogeous fungal sporocarps in a variably thinned Douglas-fir forest. Canadian Journal of Forestry Resources. 29: 1259-1268. (283 Kb)

 

Copes, D.L. 1999. Breeding graft-compatible Douglas-fir rootstocks (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco). Silvae Genetica. 48(3-4): 188-193. (563 Kb)

 

Everett, R.L.; Lehmkuhl, J.; Schellhaas, R.; Ohlson, P.; Keenum, D.; Riesterer, H.; Spurbeck, D. 1999. Snag dynamics in chronosequence of 26 wildfires on the east slope of the Cascade Range in Washington state, USA. International Journal of WIldland Fire. 9(4): 223-234. (609 Kb)

 

Hanley, T.A.; Barnard, J.C. 1999. Spatial variation in population dynamics of Sitka mice in floodplain forests. Journal of Mammalogy. 80(3): 866-879. (85 Kb)

 

Harrington, C.A. 1999. Forests planted for ecosystem restoration or conservation. New Forests 17: 175-190. (705 KB)

 

Heckman, Charles W. 1999. The encroachment of exotic herbaceous plants into the Olympic National Forest. Northwest Science. 73(4): 264-276. (1.60 MB)

 

Hessburg, P.F.; Smith, B.G. 1999. Management implications of recent changes in spatial patterns of interior northwest forests. In: Transactions of the 64th North American wildlife and natural resource conference. Washington, DC: Wildlife Management Institute: 55-78. (4.65 MB)

 

Hilderbrand, G.V.; Hanley, T.A.; Robbins, C.T.; Schwartz, C.C. 1999. Role of brown bears (Ursus arctos) in the flow of marine nitrogen into a terrestrial ecosystem. Oecologia. 121: 546-550 (482 KB)

 

Hilderbrand, G.V.; Schwartz, C.C.; Robbins, C.T.; Jacoby, M.E. Hanley, T.A.; Arthur, S.M.; Servheen, C. 1999. The importance of meat, particularly salmon, to body size, population productivity, and conservation of North American brown bears. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 77:132-138. (381 KB)

 

Kimbal, B.A.; Johnson, G.R.; Noltec, D.L.; Griffin, D.L. 1999. An examination of the genetic control of Douglas-fir vascular tissue phytochemicals: implications for black bear foraging. Forest Ecology and Management. 123: 245-251 (89 Kb)

 

Lehmkuhl, J.F. 1999. The Organisation and human use of Terai riverine grasslands in the Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal (Vol. 2). In: Grassland ecology and management in protected areas of Nepal. [Place of Publication unknown]: [Publisher unknown]: 37-49. (5.06 MB)

 

Lehmkuhl, J.F.; West, S.D.; Chambers, C.L.; McComb, W.C.; Manuwai, D.A.; Aubry, K.B.; Erickson, J.L.; Gitzen, R.A.; Leu, M. 1999. An experiment for assessing vertebrate response to varying levels and partterns of green-tree retention. Northwest Science. 73: 45-63. (2.85 MB)

 

North, M.P.; Franklin, J.F.; Carey, A.B.; Forsman, E.D.; Hamer, T. 1999. Forest Stand Structure of the Northern Spotted Owl's Foraging Habitat. Forest Science. 45(4): 520-527. (714 Kb)

 

Pilz, D.; Smith, J.; Amaranthus, M.P.; Alexander, S.; Molina, R.; Luoma, D. 1999. Mushrooms and timber: managing commercial harvesting in the Oregon Cascades. Journal of Forestry. 97 (3): 4-11. (793 Kb)

 

Rorig, M.L.; Ferguson, S.A. 1999. Characteristics of lightning and wildland fire ignition in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Applied Meteorology. 38: 1565-1575. (393 Kb)

 

Sorensen, F.C. 1999. Relationship between self-fertility, allocation of growth, and inbreeding depression in three coniferous species. Evolution. 53: 417-425. (1.1 MB)

 

St. Clair, J.B.; Sniezko, R.A. 1999. Genetic variation in response to shade in coastal Douglas-fir. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 29: 1751-1763. (403 Kb)

 

Wipfli, M.S.; Hudson, J.P.; Chaloner, D.T; Caouette, J.P. 1999. Influence of salmon spawner densities on stream productivity in Southeast Alaska. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 56: 1600-1611. (450 Kb)

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