USDA Forest Service

Pacific Northwest Research Station

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

(503) 808-2100

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Bull, E.L. 2000. Seasonal and sexual differences in American marten diet in northeastern Oregon. Northwest Science. 74(3): 186-191. (45 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2002. Ecology of northern flying squirrels: implications for ecosystem management in the Pacific Northwest, USA. In: Goldingay, R.L.; Scheibe, J.S., eds. Proceedings of the international theriological congress. Furth, Germany: Filander Verlag: 45-66. (189 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2000. Effects of new forest management strategies on squirrel populations. Ecological Applications. 10(1): 1-100. 248-257. (234 Kb)


Copes, D.L. 2000. Effects of IBA and NAA treatments on rooting Douglas-fir stem cuttings. New Forests. 20: 249-257. (444 Kb)


Everett, R.L.; Schellhaas, R.; Keenum, D.; Spurbeck, D.; Ohlson, P. 2000. Fire history in the ponderosa pine/Douglas-fir forests on the east slope of the Washington Cascades. Forest Ecology and Management. 129: 297-225. (907k)


Filip, G.; Kanaskie, A.; Kavanagh, K.; Johnson, G.; Johnson, R.; Maguire, D. 2000. Silviculture and Swiss needle cast: research and recommendations. Research Contribution 30. Corvallis, OR: Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University. (1.72 MB)


Haveri, B.; Carey, A.B. 2000. Forest management strategy, spatial heterogeneity, and winter birds in Washington. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 28(3): 643-652. (925 Kb)


Hessburg, P.F.; Hansen, E.M. 2000. Infection of Douglas-fir by Leptographium wageneri. Canadian Journal of Botany. 78: 1254-1261. (448 Kb)


Hessburg, P.F.; Salter, R.B.; Richmond, R.B.; Smith, B.G. 2000. Ecological subregions of the interior Columbia River basin, USA. Applied Vegetation Science. 3: 163-180. (2.1 MB)


Johnson, A.C.; Swanston, D.N.; McGee, K.E. 2000. Landslide initiation, runout, and deposition within clearcuts and old-growth forests of Alaska. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 36(1): 17-30. (1.17 MB)


Johnson, G.R.; Wheeler, N.C.; Strauss, S.H. 2000. Financial feasibility of marker-aided selection in Douglas-fir. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 30: 1942-1952. (95 Kb)


Johnson, R. 2000. Tree improvement in the Pacific Northwest. In: Rose, R.; Hasse, D.L. Proceedings advances and challenges in forest regeneration. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University: 29-34. (439 Kb)


Johnson, S.L.; Swanson, F.J.; Grant, G.E.; Wondzell, S.M. 2000. Riparian forest disturbances by a mountain flood -- the influence of floated wood. Hydrological Processes. 14: 3031-3050. (591 Kb)


Li, C.Y.; Strzelczyk, E. 2000. Belowground microbial processes underpin forest productivity. Phyton (Horn, Austria). 40(4): 129-134.


Naiman, R.J.; Bilby, R.E.; Bisson, P.A. 2000. Riparian ecology and management in the Pacific coastal rain forest. BioScience. 50(11): 996-1011. (767 Kb)


Nay, S.M.; Bormann, B.T. 2000. Soil carbon changes: comparing flux monitoring and mass balance in a box lysimeter experiment. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 64(3): 943-948. (867 Kb)


Shaw, C.G., III; Everest, F.H.; Swanston, D.N. 2000. Working with knowledge at the science/policy interface: a unique example from developing the Tongass Land Management Plan. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 27: 377-387. (59 Kb)


Smith, J.E.; Molina, R.; Huso, M.M.P.; Larsen, M.J. 2000. Occurrence of Piloderma fallax in young, rotationage, and old-growth stands of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) in the Cascade Range of Oregon, U.S.A. Canadian Journal of Botany. 78: 995-1001. (685 Kb)


Wilson, S.M.; Carey, A.B. 2000. Legacy retention versus thinning: influences on small mammals. Northwest Science. 74(2): 131-144. (249 Kb)


Wimberly, M.C.; Spies, T.A.; Long, C.J.; Whitlock, C. 2000. Simulating historical variability in the amount of old forests in the Oregon Coast Range. Conservation Biology. 14(1): 167-180. (1.01 MB)

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