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Research Notes: Prior to 1997
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or instruments, updates on studies not yet completed.
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RN-521 96-079 (1996) Case history of population change in a
Bacillus thuringensis-treated vs. an untreated outbreak of the
western spruce budworm, by R.R. Mason and H.G. Paul
RN-520 95-197 (1996) Selected economic and demographic data for
counties of the interior Columbia River basin, by W.J. McGinnis
RN-519 95-199 (1996) Projecting population change in the interior
Columbia River basin, by S.F. McCool and R.W. Haynes
RN-518 95-099 (1996) Reducing stand densities in immature
and mature stands at Applegate Watershed in southwest Oregon, by
M.L. Main and M.P. Amaranthus
RN-517 94-062 (1996) Board-foot and cubic-foot volume tables for
western redcedar in southwest Alaska, by D.J. DeMars
RN-516 94-061 (1996) Board-foot and cubic-foot volume tables for
Alaska cedar in southeast Alaska, by D.J. DeMars
RN-513 94-005 (1994) Suggested stocking levels for forest stands
in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington, by P.H.
Cochran, J.M. Geist, D.L. Clemens, R.C. Clausnitzer, and D.C. Powell
RN-512 93-001 (1992) Instar development of the Douglas-fir tussock
moth in relation to field temperatures, by R.C. Beckwith, D.G. Grimble,
and J.C. Weatherby
RN-511 93-054 (1992) A spruce budworm sampling program for Husky
Hunter field data recorders, by F.H. Schmidt
RN-510 92-027 (1992) Economic implications for management of structural
retention on harvest units at the Blue River Ranger District, Willamette
National Forest, Oregon, by J.F. Weigand and A.L. Burditt
Stocking levels and underlying assumptions for uneven-aged Ponderosa
RN- 508 (1992)
Application of a hierarchical habitat unit classification system:
and salmonid distribution in Ward Creek, southeast Alaska.
RN-507 90-225 (1991) Persistence of western hemlock and western
redcedar trees 38 years after girdling at Cat Island in southeast
Alaska, by P.E. Hennon and E.M. Loopstra
RN-506 90-215 (1991) Control of western dwarf mistletoe with the
plant growth regulator, Ethephon, by C.G. Parks and J.T. Hoffman
RN-505 90-107 (1991) In vitro fruiting of Armillaria spp., by
J.L. Reaves and M. McWilliams
RN-504 90-187 (1991) Development of western spruce budworm on Douglas-fir
callus tissue, by R.C. Beckwith and B. Goldfarb
RN-503 90-246 (1991) Vacuum collection of Douglas-fir pollen for
supplemental mass pollinations, by D.L. Copes, N.C. Vance, W.K.
Randall, A. Jasumback, and R. Hallman
RN-502 90-039 (1991) Sensitivity of trim projections to management,
harvest, yield, and stocking adjustment assumption, by S.J.
RN-468(1987)Incidence of decay fungi in stumps of two thinned western larch stands in northeastern Oregon. (223 KB) [Abstract]
RN-447 85-305 (1986) Interim definitions for old-growth Douglas-fir
and mixed-conifer forests in the Pacific Northwest, by the Old-Growth
Definition Task Force
RN-271 (1976)Response of Penstemon Fruticosus to fertilization, by G. O. Klock (196 KB) [Abstract].
RN-261 (1975)Observation on the rhizomes and roots of Vaccinium Membranaceum, by Don Minore (1 MB) [Abstract].
RN-249 (1975)Sugar Pine Seedlings not protected from blister rust by chemotherapeutants. , by George M. Harvey (187 KB) [Abstract].
Maple sirup production from bigleaf maple, by Robert H. Ruth, Clyde
J. Underwood, Clark E. Smith, Hoya Y. Yang (433 Kb) [Abstract]
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