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RP-501 95-066 Dispersal of the spruce beetle Dendroctonus
rufipennis and the engraver beetle Ips perturbatus
in Alaska, by R.A. Werner and E.H. Holsten.
RP-497 96-081 (1996) Tailed frogs: distribution, ecology, and association
with timber harvest in northeastern Oregon, by E.L. Bull and B.E.
(1996) Influence of riparian canopy on macroinvertebrate composition
and food habits of juvenile salmonids in several Oregon streams,
by W.R. Meehan [Abstract]
(1996) The forest and agricultural sector optimization model (FASOM):
structure and policy applications, by D.M. Adams, R.J. Alig, J.M.
Callaway, B.A. McCarl, and S.M. Winnett [Abstract]
RP-494 95-160 (1996) Soil compaction and organic matter affect
conifer seedling non-mycorrhizal and ectomycorrhizal root tip abundance
and diversity, by M.P. Amaranthus, D. Page-Dumroese, A. Harvey,
E. Cazares, and L.F. Bednar
(1996) The Pacific Northwest Region vegetation and inventory monitoring
system, by T.A. Max, H.T. Schreuder, J.W. Hazard, D.D. Oswald, J.
Teply, and J. Alegria [Abstract]
94-089 (1996) Instar discrimination of field-collected larvae through
analysis of frequency distribution curves of head capsule widths
using the program PEAKFIT, by F.H. Schmidt
RP-491 95-176 (1996) Old growth in northwestern California national
forests, by D. Beardsley and R. Warbington
RP-490 94-149 (1996) Ammonium nitrate urea and biuret fertilizers
increase volume growth of 57-year-old Douglas-fir trees within a
gradient of nitrogen deficiency by R.E. Miller, D.L. Reukema, and
RP-488 95-078 (1996) Levels-of-growing stock cooperative study
in Douglas-fir: report no. 13--the Francis study: 1963-90, by G.E.
Hoyer, N.A. Andersen, and D. Marshall
RP-487 95-086 (1996) Initial and continued effects of a release
spray in a coastal Oregon Douglas-fir plantation, by R.E. Miller
and E.L. Obermeyer
RP-486 95-069 (1995) Smoke emissions from prescribed burning of
southern California chaparral, by C.C. Hardy, S.G. Conrad,
J.C. Regelbrugge, and D.R. Teesdale
RP-485 95-018 (1995) Extended rotations and culmination age of coast Douglas-fir:
old studies speak to current issues, by R.O. Curtis (1.28
RP-484 94-200 (1995) Historical patterns of western spruce budworm
and Douglas-fir tussock moth outbreaks in the northern Blue Mountains
of Oregon since AD 1700, by T.W. Swetman, B.E. Wickman, H.G. Paul,
and C.H. Baisin
RP-482 94-169 (1995) Stand characteristics of 65-year-old planted
and naturally regenerated stands near Sequim, Washington, by R.E.
Miller and H.W. Anderson
RP-481 94-048 (1995) Biomass and nutrient distributions in central
Oregon second-growth ponderosa pine ecosystems, by S.N. Little
and L.J. Shainsky
RP-479 94-142 (1994) Using expert opinion to evaluate a habitat
effectiveness model for elk in western Oregon and Washington, by
R.S. Holthausen, M.J. Wisdom, J. Pierce, D.K. Edwards, and M.M.
RP-478 94-018 (1995) Hardwood supply in the Pacific Northwest:
a policy perspective by R.L. Raettig, K.P. Connaughton, and
RP-477 93-190 (1994) Plant biomass in the Tanana River basin, Alaska,
by B.R. Mead
RP-476 93-222 (1994) The "great" price spike of 1993: an analysis
of lumber and stumpage prices in the Pacific Northwest, by
B.L. Sohngen and R.W. Haynes
RP-475 93-223 (1994) Levels-of-growing stock cooperative study
in Douglas-fir: report no. 12-the Iron Creek study: 1966-89 by
R.O. Curtis and G.W. Clenenden
RP-474 94-040 (1994) In vitro colony interactions among species
of Trichoderma with inference toward biological controls, by
J.L. Reaves and R.H. Crawford
RP-467 93-072 (1993) Product recovery of ponderosa pine in Arizona
and New Mexico, by T.D. Fahey and J.K. Ayer Sachet
RP-466 93-006 (1993) Effectiveness of polyethylene sheeting in
controlling spruce beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in infested
stacks of spruce firewood in Alaska, by E.H. Holsten and R.A. Werner
RP-465 93-005 (1993) Response of the engraver beetle, Ips pertubatus,
to semiochemicals in white spruce stands of interior Alaska, by
RP-464 93-013 (1993) Ecological impacts resulting from the use
of chloropicrin to control laminated root rot in Northwest conifer
forests: growth and mycorrhizae, by M.A. Castellano, D. McKay, and
RP-463 90-234 (1993) Population dynamics of the major North American
needle-eating budworms, by R.W. Campbell
RP-461 92-227 (1993) Genetic variation and seed zones of Douglas-fir
in the Siskiyou National Forest, by R.K. Campbell and A.I.
RP-460 92-202 (1993) Forecasting outbreaks of the Douglas-fir tussock
moth from lower crown cocoon samples, by R.R. Mason, D.W. Scott,
and H.G. Paul
RP-457 90-024 (1992) British Columbia log export: historical review
and analysis, by G.W. Shinn
RP-449 91-178 (1992) Financial analysis of pruning ponderosa pine,
by R.D. Fight, N.A. Bolon, and J. Cahill
RP-443 91-041 (1992) Dispersal of white spruce seed on willow in
interior Alaska, by A. Youngblood and T.A. Max
RP-442 91-052 (1992) Levels-of-growing stock cooperative study
in Douglas-fir: report no. 11-Stampede Creek: a 20-year progress
report, by R.O. Curtis
Wildlife habitats of the north coast of California: new techniques
for extensive forest inventory, by Janet L. Ohmann [Abstract]
(1.06 MB) Available in electronic format only
RP-439 90-124 (1991) Veneer recovery of Douglas-fir from the Coast
and Cascade Ranges of Oregon and Washington, by T.D. Fahey
and S. Willits
RP-438 90-094 (1991) Sugar pine utilization: a 30-year transition, by
S. Willits and T.D. Fahey
RP-437 90-203 (1991) Lumber and veneer recovery from intensively
managed young-growth Douglas-fir, by T.D. Fahey, J.M. Cahill,
T.A. Snellgrove, and L.S. Heath
RP-436 90-062 (1991) Monthly stumpage prices, Pacific Northwest, by
RP-435 89-015 (1991) National forest timber supply and stumpage
markets in the western United States, by D.M. Adams and R.W.
RP-423 89-114 (1990) Height growth and site index curves for western
white pine in the Washington-Oregon Cascades, by R.O. Curtis, N.M.
Diaz, and G.W. Clendenen
RP-422 89-079 (1990) Tradeoffs and interdependence in the Alaska
cant and log markets, by D. Flora, U. Woller, and M. Neergaard
RP-420 89-101 (1990) Statistical estimators for monitoring spotted
owls in Oregon and Washington in 1987, by T.A. Max, R.A. Souter,
and K.A. O'Halloran
Logging residue in southeast Alaska, by J. O. Howard, and T. S.
Setzer. (2.16 MB) [Abstract]
Available in electronic format only.
Twig and foliar biomass estimation equations for major plant species
in the Tanana River Basin of interior Alaska, by J. Yarie,
B.R. Mead [Abstract]
(2.29 MB) Available in electronic format only.
Height growth and site index curves for red alder, by Constance
A. Harrington, Robert O. Curtis (213 Kb) [Abstract] Available
in electronic format only.
Aboveground tree biomass on productive forest land in Alaska, by
J. Yarie, and D.R. Mead [Abstract]
(960 Kb) Available in electronic format only.
Fifty-year development of Douglas-fir stands planted at
various spacings, Donald L. Reukema (1.59 MB) [Abstract]
RP-252 (1979)Site index and height growth curves for managed, even-aged stands of white or grand fir east of the Cascades in Oregon and Washington, by P. H. Cochran, (612 KB) [Abstract]
RP-251 (1979)Site index and height growth curves for managed, even-aged stands of Douglas-fir east of the Cascades in Oregon and Washington, by P. H. Cochran, (600 KB) [Abstract]
RP-232 (1978)Height growth and site index curves for managed even-aged stands of ponderosa pine in the Pacific Northwest, by James Barrett, (730 KB) [Abstract]
Photo stratification improves Northwest timber volume estimates, by
C.D. MacLean [Abstract]
(671 Kb) Available in electronic format only.