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OTHER PUBLICATIONS AUTHORED BY STATION SCIENTISTS: 2004

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Aubry, K.B.; Halpern, C.B.; Maguire, D.A. 2004. Ecological effects of variable retention harvests in the northwestern United States: the DEMO study. Forest Snow and Landscape Research. 78(1/2): 119-137. (1.45 MB)

 

Brodie, L.C.; Debell, D.S. 2004. Evaluation of field performance of poplar clones using selected competition indices. New Forests. 27: 201-214. (4.22 MB)

 

Chan, Samuel; Anderson, Paul; Cissel, John; Lateen, Larry; Thompson, Charley 2004. Variable density management in Riparian Reserves: lessons learned from an operational study in managed forests of western Oregon, USA Forest. Snow and Landscape Research. 78(1/2): 151-172. (2.02 MB)

 

Costa, F.S.; Sandberg, D. 2004. Mathematical model of a smoldering log. Combustion and Flame. 139: 227-238. (464 Kb)

 

Curtis, R.O.; Marshall, D.D. 2004. Douglas-fir growth and yield: research 1909-1960. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 19(1): 66-68. (152 Kb)

 

Donovan, Geoffrey; Hesseln, Hayley 2004. Consumer willingness to pay for a naturally decay-resistant wood product. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 19(3): 160-164. (161 KB)

 

Donovan, Geoffrey H. 2004. Consumer willingness to pay a price premium for standing-dead Alaska yellow-cedar. Forest Products. 54(5): 38-42. (227 KB)

 

Hessburg, P.F.; Reynolds, K.M.; Salter, R.B.; Richmond, M.B. 2004. Using a decision support system to estimate departures of present forest landscape patterns from historical reference condition - An example from the inland Northwest Region of the United States. In: Perera, A.H.; Buse, L.J.; Weber, M.G., eds. Emulating natural forest landscape disturbances: concepts and applications. New York: Columbia University Press: 158-175. Chapter 13. (1.16 MB)

 

McClellan, Michael H. 2004. Development of Silvicultural systems for maintaining old-growth conditions in the temperate rainforest of southeast Alaska. Forest Snow and Landscape Research. 78(1/2): 173-190. (986 KB)

 

Peterson, C.E.; Shriner, D.S. 2004. Contributions of acid rain research to the forest science-policy interface: learning from the national acid precipitation assessment program. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. 19(Suppl. 4): 157-165. (356 Kb)

 

Pilz, D.; Weber, N.S.; Carter, M.C.; Parks, C.G.; Molina, R. 2004. Productivity and diversity of morel mushrooms in healthy, burned, and insect damaged forests of northeastern Oregon. Forest Ecology Management. 198: 367-386. (1.03 MB)

 

Reutebuch, S.E.; Harrington, C.A.; Marshall, D.D.; Brodie, L.C. 2004. Use of large-scale silvicultural studies to evaluate management options in Pacific Northwest forests of the United States. Forest Snow and Landscape Research. 78(1/2): 191-208. (644 Kb)

 

Szaro, R.C.; Peterson, C.E. 2004. Evolving approaches toward science based forest management. Forest Snow and Landscape Research. 78(1/2): 9-20. (331 Kb)

 

Wisely, S.M.; Buskirk, S.W.; Russell, G.A.; Ahbry, K.B.; Zielinski, W.I. 2004. Genetic diversity and structure of the fisher (Martes pennanti) in a peninsular and peripheral metapopulation. Journal of Mammology. 85(4): 640-648. (550 Kb)

 

Woodruff, D.R.; Bond, B.J.; Meinzer, F.C. 2004. Does turgor limit growth in tall trees? Plant, Cell, and Environment. 27: 229-236. (754 Kb)

 

 

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