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Journals and other Publications for First Quarter 2013

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. 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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click to expand/collapse. Atmosphere

Jovan, S.; Riddell, J.; Padgett, PE; Nash [et al.]. 2012.
Eutrophic lichens respond to multiple forms of N: implications for critical levels and critical loads research.
Ecological Applications. 22(7): 1910-1922.

click to expand/collapse. Climate CHange

Baird, R.A.; Verbyla, D.; Hollingsworth, T.N. 2012.
Browning of the landscape of interior Alaska based on 1986-2009 Landsat sensor NDVI.
Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. 42: 1371-1392.

click to expand/collapse. Ecosystem Structure and Function

Gray, A.N.; Spies, T.A.; Pabst, R.J. 2012.
Canopy gaps affect long-term patterns of tree growth and mortality in mature and old-growth forests in the Pacific Northwest.
Forest Ecology and Management. 281: 111-120.

Hayes, D.J.; Turner, D.P.; Stinson, G. [et al.]. 2012.
Reconciling estimates of the contemporary North American carbon balance among terrestrial biosphere models, atmospheric inversions, and a new approach for estimating net ecosystem exchange from inventory-based data.
Global Change Biology. 18: (4). 1282-1299.

Kasischke, E.S.; Turetsky, M.R.; Kane, E.S. 2012.
Effects of trees on the burning of organic layers on permafrost terrain.
Forest Ecology and Management. 267: 127-133.

click to expand/collapse. Fire/Fuel

Ager, A.A.; Buonopane, M.; Reger, A.; Finney, M.A. 2012.
Wildfire exposure to analysis on the national forests in the Pacific Northwest, USA.
Society for Risk Analysis. DOI: 10.1111/j.1539-6924.2012.01911.x . 21 p.

Kasischke, E.S.; Hoy, E.E. 2012.
Controls on carbon consumption during Alaskan wildland fires.
Global Change Biology. 18: 685-699.

Miller, C; Ager, A.A. 2012.
A review of recent advances in risk analysis for wildfire management.
International Journal of Wildland Fire. DOI: 10.1071/WF11114: 14p.

Salis, M.; Ager, A.A.; Arca, B. [et al.]. 2012.
Assessing exposure of human and ecological values to wildfire in Sardinia, Italy.
International Journal of Wildland Fire. DOI: 10.1071/WF11060. 17 p.

Woolley, T.; Shaw, D.C.; Ganio, L.M. [et al.]. 2012.
A review of logistic regression models used to predict post-fire tree mortality of western North American conifers.
International Journal of Wildland Fire. 21: 1-35.

click to expand/collapse. Forest Management

click to expand/collapse. Invasive Plants and Animals

Fischer, A.P.; Charnley, S. 2012.
Private forest owners and invasive plants: risk perception and management.
Invasive Plant Science and Management. 5: 375-389.

Seipel, T.; Kueffer, C.; Rew, L.J. [et al.]. 2012.
Processes at multiple scales affect richness and similarity of non-native plant species in mountains around the world.
Global Ecology and Biogeography. 21: 236-246.

click to expand/collapse. Mount St Helens

Spear, S.F.; Crisafulli, C.M.; Storfer, A. 2012.
Genetic structure among coastal tailed frog populations of Mount St. Helens is moderated by post-disturbance management.
Forest Ecological Applications. 22(3): 856-869.

click to expand/collapse. Mycology

Giachini, A.J.; Camelini, C.M.; Rossi, M.J. [et al.]. 2012.
Systematics of the Gomphales: the genus Gomphus sensu stricto.
Mycotaxon. 120:385-400.

click to expand/collapse. Plant Ecology

Grubisha, L.C.; Levsen, N.; Olson, M.S.; Taylor, D.L. 2012.
Intercontinental divergence in the Populus-associated ectomycorrhizal fungus, Tricholoma populinum.
New Phytologist. 194(2): 548-560. doi: 10.1111/j.1469 8137.2012.04066.x

Juday, G.P.; Alix, C. 2012.
Consistent negative temperature sensitivity and positive influence of precipitation on growth of floodplain Picea glauca in Interior Alaska.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 42: 561-573.

McCormick, M.K.; Taylor,D.L.; Juhaszova, K. [et al.]. 2012.
Limitations on orchid recruitment: not a simple picture.
Molecular Ecology. 21(6): 1511-1523.

Verbyla, D. 2011.
Browning boreal forests of western North America.
Environmental Research Letters. 6: 041003. 3p. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/6/4/041003.

click to expand/collapse. Social Sciences

click to expand/collapse. Wildlife

Miller, S.L.; Raphael, M.G.; Falxa, G.A. et al.]. 2012.
Recent population decline of the marbled murrelet in the Pacific Northwest.
The Condor. 114(4): 771-781.



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