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Journals and other Publications for First Quarter 2011
The following publications were not published by the Pacific Northwest Research Station,
although the work was supported by the station. These publications may be viewed online at
the USDA Research and Development Treesearch Web site listed under each article. If you
would like a hard copy, you may print the articles from this Web site. For more information
about Treesearch, see page 3 of this report. You may also obtain hard copies through university libraries or from the publisher; some outlets may charge for these services. Forestry libraries in the Northwest receive proceedings volumes and subscribe to the journals in which
PNW authors publish.
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Ecosystem Structure and Function
Waldrop, M.P.; Wickland, K.P.; White, R., III; Berhe, A.A. [et. al]. 2010.
Molecular investigations into a globally important carbon pool: permafrost-protected carbon in Alaskan soils.
Global Change Biology. 16(9): 2543-2554.
Walsh, M.K.; Pearl, C.A.; Whitlock, C.; Bartlein, P.J.; Worona, M.A. 2010.
An 11 000-year-long record of fire and vegetation history at Beaver Lake, Oregon, central Willamette Valley.
Quaternary Science Reviews. 29: 1093-1106.
Zimov, N.S.; Zimov, S.A.; Zimova, A.E.; Zimova, G.M. [et. al]. 2009.
Carbon storage in permafrost and soils of the mammoth tundra-steppe biome: role in the global carbon budget.
Geophysical Research Letters. 36: L02502. 6 p.
Reynolds, K.M.; Hessburg, P.F.; Keane, R.E.; Menakis, J.P. 2009.
National fuel-treatment budgeting in US federal agencies: capturing opportunities for transparent decision-making
Forest Ecology and Management. 258: 2373-2381.
Spies, T.A.; Miller, J.D.; Buchanan, J.B.; Lehmkuhl, J.F. [et. al]. 2009. Underestimating risks to the northern spotted owl in fire-prone forests: response to Hanson et al. Conservation Biology. 24(1): 330-333.
Wright, C.S.; Ottmar, R.D.; Vihnanek, R.E. 2010.
Critique of Sikkink and Keane's comparison of surface fuel sampling techniques.
International Journal of Wildland Fire. 19: 374-376.
Geomorphology and Hydrology
Invasive Plants and Animals
Progar, R.A.; Markin, G.; Milan, J.; Barbouletos, T.; Rinella, M.J. 2010.
Inundative release of Aphthona spp. flea beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomlidae) as a biological "herbicide" on leafy spurge in riparian areas.
Journal of Economic Entomology. 103(2): 242-248.
Vaclavik, T.; Kanaskie, A.; Hansen, E.M.; Ohmann, J.L.; Meentemeyer, R.K. 2010.
Predicting potential and actual distribution of sudden oak death in Oregon: prioritizing landscape contexts for early detection and eradication of disease outbreaks.
Forest Ecology and Management. 260: 1026-1035.
Scholz, F.G.; Bucci, S.J.; Hoffmann, W.A.; Meinzer, F.C.; Goldstein, G. 2010.
Hydraulic lift in a neotropical savanna: experimental manipulation and model simulations.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 150: 629–639.
Schulte, P.J.; Costa, D.G. 2010.
Xylem anisotropy and water transport—a model for the double sawcut experiment.
Tree Physiology. 30: 901–913.
Turetsky, M.R.; Mack, M.C.; Hollingsworth, T.N.; Harden, J.W. 2010.
The role of mosses in ecosystem succession and function in Alaska's boreal forest."
Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. 40: 1237–1264.
Yarie, J.; Van Cleve, K. 2010.
Long-term monitoring of climatic and nutritional affects on tree growth in interior Alaska.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1325–1335.
Pascual, C.; Garcia-Abril, A.; Cohen, W.B.; Martin-Fernandez, S. 2010.
Relationship between LiDAR-derived forest canopy height and Landsat images.
International Journal of Remote Sensing. 31(5): 1261–1280.
Sullivan, A.A.; McGaughey, R.J.; Andersen, H.-E.; Schiess, P. 2009.
Object-oriented classification of forest structure from light detection and ranging data for stand mapping.
Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 24(4): 198–204.
Wharton, S.; Chasmer, L.; Falk, M.; Paw U, K.T. 2009.
Strong links between teleconnections and ecosystem exchange found at a Pacific Northwest old-growth forest from flux tower and MODIS EVI data.
Global Change Biology. 15: 2187–2205.
Special Forest Products
Threatened, Endangered, Sensitive Species
Price, W.W.; Landon, C.P.; Forsman, E.D. 2010.
Effects of wildfire on catchment runoff response: a modeling approach to detect changes in snow-dominated forested catchments.
Hydrology Research. 41(5): 378–390.
Pyare, S.; Smith, W.P.; Shanley, C. 2010.
Den use and selection by northern flying squirrels in fragmented landscapes.
Journal of Mammalogy. 91(4): 886–896.
Sacks, B.N.; Statham, M.J.; Perrine, J.D.; Wisely, S.M.; Aubry, K.B. 2010.
North American montane red foxes: expansion, fragmentation, and the origin of the Sacramento Valley red fox.
Conservation Genetics. 11(4): 1523–1539.