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Research Notes: Prior to 1997

[Image]: Cover of publication entitled Valuing A Log: Alternative Approaches.Research notes (RNs) provide observational information on new techniques 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


RN-509 (1992) Stocking levels and underlying assumptions for uneven-aged Ponderosa Pine stands.


RN- 508 (1992) Application of a hierarchical habitat unit classification system: stream habitat 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. Alexander


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].


RN-212 (1973) Wildfires and thunderstorms on Alaska's north slopes, by Richard J. Barney, Albert L. Comiskey (2 MB) [Abstract]


RN-181 (1972) Maple sirup production from bigleaf maple, by Robert H. Ruth, Clyde J. Underwood, Clark E. Smith, Hoya Y. Yang (433 Kb) [Abstract] Available in electronic format only.


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