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Journals and other Publications

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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Ecolosystem Structure and Function

Trappe, J.M.; Kovacs, G.M.; Claridge, A.W. 2010.

Comparative taxonomy of desert truffles of the Autralian outback and the African Kalahari.

Mycological Progress. 9: 131-143.


St. Clair, B.; Howe, G. 2010.

Ensuring that forest are adapted to future climates.
Northwest Woodlands. 26(2): 20-21.


Ye, T.Z.; Jayawickrama, K.J.S.; St. Clair, J.B. 2010.

Realized gains from bloack-plot coastal Douglas-fir trials in the northern Oregon Cascades.

Silvae Genetica. 59(1): 29-39.

click to expand/collapse. Geomorphology and Hydrology

Hill, B.H.; McCormick, F.H.; Harvey, B.C. [et al.]. 2010.

Microbial enzyme activity, nutrient uptake and nutrient limitation in forested streams.

Freshwater Biology. 55: 1005-1019.


Tague, C.; Grant, G.E. 2009.

Groundwater dynamics mediate low-flow response to global warming in snow-dominated alpine regions.
Water Resources Research. 45: WO7421. 12 p. DOI: 10.1029/2008WR007179.

click to expand/collapse. Invasive Plants and Animals

Parks, C.G.; Endress, B.A.; Vavra, M.; McInnis, M.L.; Naylor, B.J. 2008.

Cattle, deer, and elk grazing of the invasive plant sulfur cinquefoil.

Natural Areas Journal. 28(4): 404-409.

click to expand/collapse. Invertebrates

Stewart, K.W. 2010.

The larva of Paracapnia disala (Jewett) (Plecoptera: Capniidae).

Illiesia. 6(2): 11-15.

click to expand/collapse. Landscape Ecology

Daly, C.; Conklin, D.R.; Unsworth, M.H. 2009.

Local atmospheric decoupling in complex topography alters climate change impacts.

International Journal of Climatology. DOI: 10.1002/joc.2007: 8.


Kagan, J.S.; Ohmann, J.L.; Gregory, M.; Tobalske, C. 2008.

Land cover map for map zones 8 and 9 developed from SAGEMAP, GNN, and SWReGAP: a pilot for NWGAP.

U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey. Gap Analysis Bulletin 15: 15-19.

click to expand/collapse. Land Use

Baker, J.S.; McCarl, B.A.; Murray, B.C. [et al.]. 2010.

Net farm income and land use under a U.S. greenhouse gas cap and trade.

Policy Issues 7. Milwaukie, WI: Agriculture and Applied Economics Association. 5 p.


Kline, J.D.; Moses, A.; Burcsu, T. 2010.

Anticipating forest and range land development in central Oregon (USA) for landscape analysis, with an example application involving mule deer.

Environmental Management. 45: 974-984.


Lewis, D.; Plantinga, A.; Wu, J. 2009.

Targeting incentives to reduce habitat fragmentation.

American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 91(4): 1080-1096.

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           expand/collapse. Mycology

Barrett, G; Trappe, J.M.; Drew, A. [et al.]. 2009.

Fungus diversity in revegetated paddocks compared with remnant woodland in a south-eastern Australian agricultural landscape.

Ecological Management and Restoration. 10(3): 200-209.


Bruns, T.D.; Grubisha, L.C.; Trappe, J.M. [et al.]. 2010.

Suillus quiescens, a new species commonly found in the spore bank in California and Oregon.

Mycologia. 102(2): 438-446.


Gianchini, A.J.; Hosaka, K.; Nouhra, E. [et al.]. 2010.

Phylogenetic relationships of the Gomphales based on nuc-255-rDNA, mit-12S-rDNA, and mit-atp6-DNA combined sequences.

British Mycological Society. 114: 224-234.


Healy, R.A.; Bonito, G.; Trappe, J.M. 2009.

Calongea, a new genus of truffles in the Pezizaceae (Pezizales).

Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid, 66(1): 25-32.


Matheny, P.B.; Aime, M.C.; Bougher, N.L.; Buyck, B. 2009.

Out of the Palaeotropics? Historical biogeography and diversification of the cosmopolitan ectomycorrhizal mushroom family Inocybaceae.

Journal of Biogeography. 36(4): 577-592.


Regvar, M.; Likar, M.; Piltaver, A.; Kugonic, N.; Smith, J.E. 2010.

Fungal community structure under goat willows (Salix caprea L.) growing at metal polluted site: the potential of screening in a model phytostabilisation study.

Plant and Soil. 330: 345-356.


Stanikunaite, R.; Khan, S.I.; Trappe, J.M.; Ross, S.A. 2009.

Cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitory and antioxidant compounds from the truffle Elaphomyces granulatus.

Phytotherapy Research. 23: 575-578.


Trappe, J.M.; Claridge, A.W. 2010.

The hidden life of truffles.

Scientific American. April: 78-84.

click to expand/collapse. Plant Ecology

Brady,T.J.; Monleon, V.J.; Gray, A.N. 2010.

Calibrating vascular plant abundance for detecting future climate changes in Oregon and Washington, USA.

Ecological Indicators. 10: 657-667.

click to expand/collapse. Recreation

Jakus, P.M.; Keith, J.E.; Liu, L.; Blahna, D.J. 2010.

The welfare effects of restricting off-highway vehicle access to public lands.

Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 39(1): 89-100.

click to expand/collapse. Social Sciences

Chapin, F.S., III; Carpenter, S.R.; Kofinas, G.P. [et al.]. 2009.

Ecosystem stewardship: sustainability strategies for a rapidly changing planet.

Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 25(4): 241-249.


Nicholls, David L.; Brackley, Allen M.; Barber, Valerie. 2010.

Wood energy for residential heating in Alaska: current conditions, attitudes, and expected use.

Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-826. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 30 p.

click to expand/collapse. Soil

Rygiewicz, P.T.; Monleon, V.J.; Ingham, E.R.; Martin, K.J.; Johnson, M.G. 2010.

Soil life in reconstructed ecosystems: initial soil food web responses after rebuilding a forest soil profile for a climate change experiment.

Applied Soil Ecology. 45: 26-38.

click to expand/collapse. Threatened, Endangered, Sensitive Species

Miller, M.P.; Forsman, E.D.; Swingle, J.K.; Miller, S.A.; Haig, S.M. 2010.

Size-associated morphological variation in the red tree vole (Arborimus longicaudus).

Northwestern Naturalist. 91: 63-73.


Peery, M.Z.; Hall, L.A.; Anna, S.; Beissinger, S.R. [et. al]. 2010.

Genetic analyses of historic and modern marbled murrelets suggest decoupling of migration and gene flow after habitat fragmentation.

Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 277(1682): 697-706

click to expand/collapse. Wildlife

Bate, L.J.; Wisdom, M.J.; Wales, B.C. 2007.

Snag densities in relation to human access and associated management factors in forests of Northeastern Oregon, USA.

Landscape and urban planning. 80: 278-291.


Copeland, J.P.; McKelvey, K.S.; Aubry, K.B. [et al.]. 2010.

The bioclimatic envelope of the wolverine (Gulo gulo): do climatic constraints limit its geographic distribution?

Canadian Journal of Zoology. 88: 233-246.


Flaherty, E.A.; Ben-David, M. 2010.

Overlap and partitioning of the ecological and isotopic niches.

Oikos. 19(9): 1409-1416.


Flaherty, E.A.; Ben-David, M.; Smith, W.P. 2010.

Diet and food availability: implications for foraging and dispersal of Prince of Wales northern flying squirrels across managed landscapes.

Journal of Mammalogy. 91(1): 79-91.

click to expand/collapse. Wood Utilization

Barbour, R.J; Singleton, R.; Maguire, D.A. 2007.

Evaluating forest product potential as part of planning ecological restoration treatments on forested landscapes.

Landscape and urban planning. 80: 237-248.


Barbour, R.J.; Fried, J.; Daugherty, P.J. [et al.]. 2008.

Potential biomass and logs from fire-hazard-reduction treatments in Southwest Oregon and Northern California.

Forest Policy and Economics. 10: 400-407.


Brackley, A.; Nicholls, D.; Hannan, M. 2010.

Red alder potential in Alaska.

Timber Processing. 36(4): 30-31.


Lachenbruch, B.; Johnson, G.R.; Downes, G.M.; Evans, R. 2010.

Relationships of density, microfibril angle, and sound velocity with stiffness and strength in mature wood of Douglas-fir.

Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. 40: 55-64.


Langum, C.E.; Yadama, V.; Lowell, E.C. 2009.

Physical and mechanical properties of young-growth Douglas-fir and western hemlock from western Washington.

Forest Products Journal.59(11/12): 37-47.


Linton, J.M.; Barnes, H.M.; Seale, R.D.; Jones, P.D. 2010.

Suitability of live and fire-killed small-diameter ponderosa and lodgepole pine trees for manufacturing a new structural wood composite.

Bioresource Technology. 101(15): 6242-6247.


Lowell, E.C.; Dykstra, D.; McFadden, G. 2009.

Effects of bear damage on Douglas-fir lumber recovery.

Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 25(2): 73-80.


Todoroki, C.L.; Lowell, E.C.; Dykstra, D.P. 2010.

Automated knot detection with visual post-processing of Douglas-fir veneer images.

Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 70: 163-171.




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