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Journals and other Publications for Second and Third 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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click to expand/collapse. Aquatic/Riparian Ecosystems

Clinton, S.A.; Edwards, R.T.; Findlay, S.E.G. 2010.

Exoenzyme activities as indicators of dissolved organic matter composition in the hyporheic zone of a floodplain river.

Freshwater Biology. 55: 1603-1615.

click to expand/collapse. Climate Change

Littell, J.S.; Oneil, E.E.; McKenzie, D.; Hicke, J.A. [et al.]. 2010.

Forest ecosystems, disturbance, and climate change in Washington State, USA.
Climatic Change. 102: 129-158.


click to expand/collapse. Economics

Kochi, I.; Donovan, G.H.; Champ, P.A.; Loomis, J.B. 2010.
The economic cost of adverse health effects from wildfire-smoke exposure: a review.
International Journal of Wildland Fire. 19: 803-817.

click to expand/collapse. Ecosystem Structure and Function

Chapin, F.S., III; McFarland, J.; McGuire, A.D.; Euskirchen, E.S. [et al.]. 2009.
The changing global carbon cycle: linking local plant-soil carbon dynamics to global consequences.
Journal of Ecology. 97: 840-850.


Chivers, M.R.; Turetsky, M.R.; Waddington, J.M.; Harden, J.W.; McGuire, A.D. 2009.

Effects of experimental water table and temperature manipulations on ecosystem CO2 fluxes in an Alaskan rich fen.
Ecosystems. 12: 1329-1342.


Euskirchen, E.S.; McGuire, A.D.; Chapin, F.S., III; Rupp, T.S. 2010.
The changing effects of Alaska's boreal forest on the climate system.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1336-1346.


Euskirchen, E.S.; McGuire, A.D.; Rupp, T.S.; Chapin, F.S., III; Walsh, J.E. 2009.
Projected changes in atmospheric heating due to changes in fire disturbance and the snow season in the western Arctic, 2003-2100.
Journal of Geophysical Research. 114: G04022. DOI: 10.1029/2009JG001095. 15 p.


Gonzalez, P.; Neilson, R. P.; Lenihan, J. M.; Drapek, R. J. 2010.
Global patterns in the vulnerability of ecosystems to vegetation shifts due to climate change.
Global Ecology and Biogeography. 19: 755-768.


Hockaday, W.C.; Masiello, C.A.; Randerson, J.T.; Smernik, R.J. [et al.]. 2009.
Measurement of soil carbon oxidation state and oxidative ratio by 13C nuclear magnetic resonance.
Journal of Geophysical Research. 114: G02014. DOI: 10.1029/2008JG000803. 14 p.


Jain, A.; Yang, X.; Kheshgi, H.; McGuire, A.D. [et al.]. 2009.
Nitrogen attenuation of terrestrial carbon cycle response to global environmental factors.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 23: GB4028. DOI: 10.2009GB003519.13 p.


Kuhry, P.; Ping, C.-L.; Schuur, E.A.G.; Tarnocai, C.; Zimov, S. 2009.
Report from the International Permafrost Association: carbon pools in permafrost regions.
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. 20: 229-234.


Larsen, T.; Taylor, D.L.; Leigh, M.B.; O'Brien, D.M. 2009.
Stable isotope fingerprinting: a novel method for identifying plant, fungal, or bacterial origins of amino acids.
Ecology. 90(12): 3526-3535.


Lee, H.; Schuur, E.A.G.; Vogel, J.G. 2010.
Soil CO2 production in upland tundra where permafrost is thawing.
Journal of Geophysical Research. 115: G01009. DOI: 10.1029/2008JG000906. 11 p.


McFarland, J.W.; Ruess, R.W.; Kielland, K.; Pregitzer, K.; Hendrick, R. 2010.
Glycine mineralization in situ closely correlates with soil carbon availability across six North American forest ecosystems.
Biogeochemistry. 99: 175-191.


McFarland, J.W.; Ruess, R.W.; Kielland, K.; Pregitzer, K. [et al.]. 2010.
Cross-ecosystem comparisons of in situ plant uptake of amino acid-N and NH4+.
Ecosystems. 13: 177-193.


McGuire, A.D.; Anderson, L.G.; Christensen, T.R.; Dallimore, S. [et al.]. 2009.
Sensitivity of the carbon cycle in the Arctic to climate change.
Ecological Monographs. 79(4): 523-555.


Mitchell, J.S.; Ruess, R.W. 2009.
Seasonal patterns of climate controls over nitrogen fixation by Alnus viridis spp. fruiticosa in a secondary successional chronosequence in interior Alaska.
Ecoscience. 16(3): 341-351.


Osterkamp, T.E.; Jorgenson, M.T.; Schuur, E.A.G.; Shur, Y.L. [et al.]. 2009.
Physical and ecological changes associated with warming permafrost and thermokarst in interior Alaska.
Permafrost and periglacial processes. 20: 235-256.


Post, E.; Forchhammer, M.C.; Bret-Harte, M.S.; Callaghan, T.V. [et al.]. 2009.
Ecological dynamics across the Arctic associated with recent climate change.
Science. 325: 1355-1358.


Vogel, J.; Schuur, E.A.G.; Trucco, C.; Lee, H. 2009.
Response of CO2sub> exchange in a tussock tundra ecosystem to permafrost thaw and thermokarst development.
Journal of Geophysical Research. 114: G04018. DOI: 10.1029/2008JG000901.14 p.

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           expand/collapse. Fire/Fuels

Brubaker, L.B.; Higuera, P.E.; Rupp, T.S.; Olson, M.A. [et al.]. 2009.
Linking sediment-charcoal records and ecological modeling to understand causes of fire-regime change in boreal forests.
Ecology 90(7):1788-1801.


Carvalho, J.A.; Gurgel Veras, C.A.; Alvarado, E.C.; Sandberg, D.V. [et al.]. 2010.
Understorey fire propagation and tree mortality on adjacent areas to an Amazonian deforestation fire.
International Journal of Wildland Fire. 19:795-799.


Hollis, J.J.; Matthews, S.; Ottmar, R.D.; Prichard, S.J. [et al.]. 2010.
Testing woody fuel consumption models for application in Australian southern eucalypt forest fires.
Forest Ecology and Management. 260(6): 948-964. .


Joly, K.; Rupp, T.S.; Jandt, R.R.; Chapin, F.S., III. 2009.
Fire in the range of the Western Arctic Caribou Herd.
Alaska Park Science. 8(2): 68-73


Kasischke, E.S.; Verbyla, D.L.; Rupp, T.S.; McGuire, A.D. [et al.]. 2010.
Alaska's changing fire regime--implications for the vulnerability of its boreal forests.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1313-1324.


Kennedy, Maureen C.; McKenzie, Donald. 2010.
Using a stochastic model and cross-scale analysis to evaluate controls on historical low-severity fire regimes.
Landscape Ecology. 25: 1561-1573.


Prichard, S.J.; Peterson, D.L.; Jacobson, K. 2010.
Fuel treatments reduce the severity of wildfire effects in dry mixed conifer forest, Washington, USA.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1615-1626.

click to expand/collapse. Forest Management

Charnley, S.; Diaz, D.;Gosnell, H. 2010.

Mitigating climate change through small-scale forestry in the USA: opportunities and challenges.
Small-scale Forestry. 9: 445-462.


Hobbs, R.J.; Cole, D.N.; Yung, L.; Zavaleta, E.S. [et al.]. 2010.

Guiding concepts for park and wilderness stewardship in an era of global environmental change.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 8(9): 483-490.

click to expand/collapse. Geomorphology and Hydrology

Jones, J.B.; Rinehart, A.J. 2010.

The long-term response of stream flow to climatic warming in headwater streams of interior Alaska.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1210-1218.


Pallister, J.S.; Major, J.J.; Pierson, T.C.; Hoblitt, R.P. [et al.]. 2010.
Interdisciplinary studies of eruption at Chaiten Volcano, Chile.
EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union. 91(42): 381-382.


Seibert, J.; McDonnell, J.J. 2010.

Land-cover impacts on streamflow: a change-detection modeling approach that incorporates parameter uncertainty.
Hydrological Sciences Journal. 55(3): 316-332.

click to expand/collapse. Landscape Ecology

Fullerton, A.H.; Burnett, K.M.; Steel, E.A.; Flitcroft, R.L. [et al.]. 2010.

Hydrological connectivity for riverine fish: measurement challenges and research opportunities.
Freshwater Biology. 55: 2215-2237


click to expand/collapse. Land Use

Alig, R. 2010.

Urbanization in the US: land use trends, impacts on forest area, projections, and policy considerations.
Journal of Resources, Energy, and Development. 7(2): 35-60.

click to expand/collapse. Mount St. Helens

Nash, S. 2010.

Making sense of Mount St. Helens.
BioScience. 60(8): 571-575.

click to expand/collapse. Mycology

Geml, J.; Kauff, F.; Brochmann, C.; Taylor, D.L. 2010.

Surviving climate changes: high genetic diversity and transoceanic gene flow in two arctic-alpine lichens, Flavocetraria cucullata and F. nivalis (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota).
Journal of Biogeography. 37: 1529-1542.


Geml, J.; Laursen, G.A.; Timling, I.; McFarland, J. [et al.]. 2009.

Molecular phylogenetic biodiversity assessment of arctic and boreal ectomycorrhizal Lactarius Pers. (Russulales; Basidiomycota) in Alaska, based on soil and sporocarp DNA.
Molecular Biology. 18(10): 2213-2227.


Taylor, D.L.; Herriott, I.C.; Stone, K.E.; McFarland, J.W. [et al.]. 2010.

Structure and resilience of fungal communities in Alaskan boreal forest soils.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1288-1301.

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           expand/collapse. Natural Resources Policy

Rockström, J.; Steffen, W.; Noone, K.; Persson, A. [et al.]. 2009.

A safe operating space for humanity.
Nature. 461: 472-475.


Rockström, J.; Steffen, W.; Noone, K.; Persson, A. [et al.]. 2009.

Planetary boundaries: exploring the safe operating space for humanity.
Ecology and Society. 14(2): 32.


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           expand/collapse. Plant Ecology

Barrett, C.F.; Freudenstein, J.V.; Taylor, D.L.; Koljalg, U. 2010.

Rangewide analysis of fungal associations in the fully mycoheterotropic Corallorhiza striata complex (Orchidaceae) reveals extreme specificity on ectomycorrhizal Tomentella (Thelephoraceae) across North America.
American Journal of Botany. 97(4):628-643.


Dovciak, M.; Halpern, C.B. 2010.

Positive diversity-stability relationships in forest herb populations during four decades of community assembly.
Ecology Letters. 13: 1300-1309.


Feng, Z.; Liu, R.; DeAngelis, D.L.; Bryant, J.P. [et al.]. 2009.

Plant toxicity, adaptive herbivory, and plant community dynamics.
Ecosystems. 12: 534-547.


Johnstone, J.; Boby, L.; Tissier, E.; Mack, M. [et al.]. 2009.

Postfire seed rain of black spruce, a semiserotinous conifer, in forests of interior Alaska.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 39: 1575-1588.


McCormick, M.K.; Whigham, D.F.; O'Neill, J.P.; Becker, J.J. [et al.]. 2009.

Abundance and distribution of Corallorhiza odontorhiza reflect variations in climate and ectomycorrhizae.
Ecological Monographs. 79(4): 619-635.


McGuire, A.D.; Ruess, R.W.; Lloyd, A.; Yarie, J. [et al.]. 2010.

Vulnerability of white spruce tree growth in interior Alaska in response to climate variability: dendrochronological, demographic, and experimental perspectives.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1197-1209.


Meinzer, F.C.; McCulloh, K.A.; Lachenbruch, B.; Woodruff, D.R.; Johnson, D.M. 2010.

The blind men and the elephant: the impact of context and scale in evaluating conflicts between plant hydraulic safety and efficiency.
Oecologia. 164: 287-296.


Mitchell, J.S.; Ruess, R.W. 2009.

N2 fixing alder (Alnus viridis spp. fruticosa) effects on soil properties across a secondary successional chronosequence in interior Alaska.
Biogeochemistry. 95: 215-229.


Ohse, B.; Huettmann, F.; Ickert-Bond, S.M.; Juday, G.P. 2009.

Modeling the distribution of white spruce (Picea glauca) for Alaska with high accuracy: an open access role-model for predicting tree species in last remaining wilderness areas.
Polar Biology. 32: 1717-1729.

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           expand/collapse. Remote Sensing

Kasischke, E.S.; Bourgeau-Chavez, L.L.; Rober, A.R.; Wyatt, K.H. [et al.]. 2009.

Effects of soil moisture and water depth on ERS SAR backscatter measurements from an Alaskan wetland complex.
Remote Sensing of Environment. 113: 1868-1873.

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           expand/collapse. Silviculture

Curtis, R.O. 2010.

Effect of diameter limits and stand structure on relative density indices: a case study.
Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 25(4): 169-175.

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           expand/collapse. Social Sciences

Charnley, S.; Durham, W.H. 2010.

Anthropology and environmental policy: What counts?
American Anthropologist. 112(3): 397-415.


Kofinas, G.P.; Chapin, F.S., III; BurnSilver, S.; Schmidt, J.I. [et al]. 2010.

Resilience of Athabascan subsistence systems to interior Alaska's changing climate.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1347-1359.


Nisbet, M.C.; Hixon, M.A.; Moore, K.Dean; Nelson, M. 2010.

Four cultures: new synergies for engaging society on climate change.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 8: 329-331.

click to expand/collapse. Soil

Campbell, B.J.; Polson, S.W.; Hanson, T.E.; Mack, M.C.; Schuur, E.A.G. 2010.

The effect of nutrient deposition on bacterial communities in Arctic tundra soil.
Environmental Microbiology. 12(7): 1842-1854.


Jorgenson, M.T.; Romanovsky, V.; Harden, J.; Shur, Y. [et al.]. 2010.

Resilience and vulnerability of permafrost to climate change.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1219-1236.


O'Donnell, J.A.; Romanovsky, V.E.; Harden, J.W.; McGuire, A.D. 2009.

The effect of moisture content on the thermal conductivity of moss and organic soil horizons from black spruce ecosystems in interior Alaska.
Soil Science. 174(12): 646-651.


Smith, S.L.; Romanovsky, V.E.; Lewkowicz, A.G.; Burn, C.R. [et al.]. 2010.

Thermal state of permafrost in North America: a contribution to the international polar year.
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. 21(2): 117-135.

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           expand/collapse. Wildlife

Gaines, W.; Haggard, M.; Begley, J.; Lehmkuhl, J.; Lyons, A. 2010.

Short-term effects of thinning and burning restoration treatments on avian community composition, density, and nest survival in the eastern Cascades dry forests, Washington.
Forest Science. 56(1): 88-99.


Griffith, B.; Scott, J.M.; Adamcik, R.; Ashe, D. [et al.]. 2009.

Climate change adaptation for the US national wildlife refuge system.
Environmental Management. 44: 1043-1052.


Kielland, K.; Olson, K.; Euskirchen, E. 2010.

Demography of snowshoe hares in relation to regional climate variabilty during a 10-year population cycle in interior Alaska.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1265-1272.


Peery, M.Z.; Henry, R.W. 2010.

Recovering marbled murrelets via corvid management: a population viability analysis approach.
Biological Conservation. 143: 2414-2424.

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Kitin, P.; Voelker, S.L.; Meinzer, F.C.; Beekman, H. [et al.]. 2010.

Tyloses and phenolic deposits in xylem vessels impede water transport in low-lignin transgenic poplars: a study by cryo-fluorescence microscopy.
Plant Physiology. 154: 887-898.


Voelker, S.L.; Lachenbruch, B.; Meinzer, F.C.; Jourdes, M. [et al.]. 2010.

Antisense down-regulation of 4CL expression alters lignification, tree growth, and saccharification potential of field-grown poplar.
Plant Physiology. 154: 874-886.



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