FOREST HEALTH SERIES
93-226 (1994) Volume I: Executive summary, by R. Everett,
P. Hessburg, M. Jensen, and B. Bormann.
GTR-318 93-232 (1994) Volume II: Ecosystem management: principles
and applications, by M.S. Jensen and P.S. Bourgeron, tech.
GTR-319 93-202 (1994) Landscape and the intermontane Northwest:
an environmental history, by W.G. Robbins and D.W. Wolfe.
GTR-320 93-203 (1994) Fire and weather disturbances in terrestrial
ecosystems of the eastern Cascades, by J.K. Agee.
GTR-321 93-181 (1994) Management history of eastside ecosystems:
changes in fish habitat over 50 years, 1935-1992, by B.A.
McIntosh, J.R. Sedell, J.E. Smith, R.C. Wissmar, S.E. Clarke,
G.H. Reeves, and L.A. Brown.
GTR-322 93-217 (1994) Biotic and abiotic processes in eastside
ecosystems: the effects of management on plant and community
ecology and on stand and landscape vegetation dynamics, by
C.G. Johnson, R.R. Clausnitzer, P.J. Mehringer, and C.D. Oliver.
GTR-323 93-204 (1994) Biotic and abiotic processes in eastside
ecosystems: the effects of management on soil properties,
processes, and productivity, by A.E. Harvey, J.M. Geest, G.I.
McDonald, M.F. Jurgensen, P.H. Cochran, D. Zabowski, and R.T.
GTR-324 94-004 (1994) Eastside forest management practices:
historical overview, extent of their application, and their
effects on sustainability of ecosystems, by C.D. Oliver, L.L.
Irwin, and W.H. Knapp.
GTR-325 93-205 (1994) Effects of long-term use by big game
and livestock in the Blue Mountains forest ecosystems, by
L.L. Irwin, J.G. Cook, R.A. Riggs, and J.M. Skovlin.
GTR-326 93-206 (1994) Ecological health of river basins in
forested regions of eastern Washington and Oregon, by R.C.
Wissmar, J.E. Smith, B.A. McIntosh, H.W. Li, G.H. Reeves,
and J.R. Sedell.
GTR-327 94-072 (1994) Historical and current roles of insects
and pathogens in eastern Oregon and Washington forested landscapes,
by P.F. Hessburg, R.G. Mitchell, and G.M. Filip.
GTR-328 94-066 (1994) Historical and current forest landscapes
of eastern Oregon and Washington. Part I: Vegetation pattern
and insect and disease hazards, by J.F. Lehmkuhl, P.F. Hessburg,
R.L. Everett, M.H. Huff, and R.D. Ottmar.
GTR-329 93-207 (1994) Managing for featured, threatened,
endangered, and sensitive species and unique habitats for
ecosystem sustainability, by B.G. Marcot, M.J. Wisdom, H.W.
Li, and G.C. Castillo.
GTR-330 94-063 (1994) Volume IV: restoration of stressed
sites and processes, by R.L. Everett, comp.
GTR-331 93-224 (1994) Volume V: a framework for sustainable
ecosystem management, by B.T. Bormann, M.H. Brookes, E.D.
Ford, A.R. Kiester, C.D. Oliver, and J.F. Weigand.
95-234 (1996) The forest and agricultural sector optimization
model (FASOM): structure and policy applications, by D.M.
Adams, R.J. Alig, J.M. Callaway, B.A. McCarl, and S.M. Winnett
THE INTERIOR COLUMBIA RIVER BASIN ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT
97-137 (1997) Highlighted scientific findings of the Interior
Columbia River Basin Ecosystem Management Project, by T.M.
Quigley and Heidi Bigler Cole [Abstract].
GTR-405 97-138 (1997) An assessment of ecosystem components
in the interior Columbia basin and portions of the Klamath
and Great Basins, by T.M. Quigley and S.J. Arbelbide, tech.
GTR-406 97-139 (1997) Evaluation of EIS alternatives by the
Science Integration Team. Volumes 1 and 2, by T.M. Quigley,
K.M. Lee, and S.J. Arbelbide, tech. eds.
CD-ROM. The Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management
Project: Scientific Assessment.
CD-ROMs. The Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management
Project: Project Data.
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