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RP-599 (2014) Responses of southeast Alaska understory species to variation in light and simulated herbivory, by Thomas A. Hanley, Jeffrey C. Barnard (1.0 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-598 (2014) Responses of southeast Alaska understory species to variation in light and soil environments, by Thomas A. Hanley, Bernard T. Bormann, Jeffrey C. Barnard, S. Mark Nay (703 KB) [Abstract]

 

RP-597 (2013) Analysis of meteorological conditions for the Yakima Smoke Intrusion Case Study, 28 September 2009, by Miriam Rorig, Robert Solomon, Candace Krull, Janice Peterson, Julia Ruthford, Brian Potter (2 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-596 (2013) Changes in development near public forest lands in Oregon and Washington, 1974–2005: implications for management, by David Azuma, Joel Thompson, Dale Weyermann (1 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-595 (2013) Comparing algorithms for estimating foliar biomass of conifers in the Pacific Northwest, by Crystal L. Raymond, Donald McKenzie (541 KB) [Abstract]

 

RP-594 (2014) Condition and deterioration rate of precommercial thinning slash at False Island, Alaska, by McClellan, Michael H.; Hennon, Paul E.; Heuer, Patrick G.; Coffin, Kenneth W. (26.2 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-593 (2013) Precommercial thinning: implications of early results from the Tongass-Wide Young-Growth Studies experiments for deer habitat in southeast Alaska by Thomas A. Hanley (758 KB) [Abstract]

 

RP-592 (2013) Natural tree regeneration and coarse woody debris dynamics after a forest fire in the western Cascade Range by Martin J. Brown, Jane Kertis, and Mark H. Huff (1.6 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-591(2013) Estimating tree biomass, carbon, and nitrogen in two vegetation control by Contance A. Harrington, and Timothy B. Harrington [Abstract] (3.2 MB)

 

RP-590 (2013) True fir spacing and yield trials-20-year update by Robert O. Curtis (2.5 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-589 (2012) Relations of native and exotic species 5 years after clearcutting with and without herbicide and logging debris treatments. by David H. Peter, Timothy B. Harrington (940 KB) [Abstract]

 

RP-588 (2012) Building a citizen-agency partnership among diverse interests: the Colville National Forest and Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition Experience by Ryan Gordon, Angela Mallon, Carolin Maier, Linda Kruger and Bruce Shindler. (776 KB) [Abstract]

 

RP-587 (2011)Quantifying competitive ability of perennial grasses to inhibit Scotch broom by Timothy Harrington. (1 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-586 (2011)Stumpage market integration in western national forests. by Jean M. Daniels(1 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-585 (2010) The density and distribution of Sitka spruce and western hemlock seedling banks in partially harvested stands in southeast Alaska by Louise S.Y. Levy,Robert L. Deal, John C. Tappeiner(1.67 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-584(2009) Estimating aboveground tree biomass on forest land in the Pacific Northwest: a comparison of approaches, by Xiaoping Zhou, Miles A. Hemstrom, (2.46 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-583 (2010) Reconstructed old-growth forest stand structure and composition of two stands on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington State, by David H. Peter and Constance A. Harrington (1.63 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-582 (2009) The evaluation of meta-analysis techniques for quantifying prescribed fire effects on fuel loadings, by Karen E. Kopper, Donald McKenzie, David L. Peterson (3.24 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-581 (2009) Public acceptance of disturbance-based forest management: a study of the Blue River Landscape Strategy in the Central Cascades Adaptive Management Area, by Bruce Shindler, Angela L. Mallon (2.06 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-580 (2008) Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir: report no. 19—The Iron Creek study, 1966–2006, by Robert O. Curtis, David D. Marshall [Abstract] (752 KB)

 

RP-579 (2009) Assessing the potential for conversion to biomass fuels in interior Alaska, by Nancy Fresco, and F. Stuart Chapin, III. (2.94 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-578 (2009) Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir: report no. 18--Rocky Brook, 1963-2006, by Robert O. Curtis, David D. Marshall. [Abstract]

 

RP-577 (2009) Dry forests of the Northeastern Cascades Fire and Fire Surrogate Project site, Mission Creek, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, James K. Agee, John F. Lehmkuhl (comps.) [Abstract] ( 3.8 MB)

 

RP-576 (2008) Influence of four tree shelter types on microclimate and seedling performance of Oregon white oak and western redcedar, by Warren D. Devine, Constance A. Harrington [Abstract] ( 981 KB)

 

RP-575 08-013 (2008) Effects of variable-density thinning on understory diversity and heterogeneity in young Douglas-fir forests, by Juliann E. Aukema, Andrew B. Carey [Abstract] (897 KB)

 

RP-574 (2007) Growth of Douglas-fir near equipment trails used for commercial thinning in the Oregon Coast Range, by R.E. Miller, J. Smith, P.W. Adams, H.W. Anderson [Abstract] (520 KB)

 

RP-573 (2008) Juvenile tree growth on some volcanic ash soils disturbed by prior forest harvest, by J. Michael Geist, John W. Hazard, Kenneth W. Seidel [Abstract] (629 KB)

 

RP-572 (2007) Evaluating forest land development effects on private forestry in eastern Oregon, by J.D. Kline, D.L. Azuma [Abstract] (505 KB)

 

RP-571 06-513 (2007) Growth of bear-damaged trees in a mixed plantation of Douglas-fir and red alder, by Richard E. Miller, Harry W. Anderson, Donald L. Reukema, Timothy A. Max [Abstract] (1.17 MB)

 

RP-570 (2007) Linking land-use projections and forest fragmentation analysis, by A.J. Plantinga, R.J. Alig, H. Eichman, D.J. Lewis [Abstract] (2.38 MB)

 

RP-569 06-430 (2006) Laminated root rot in a western Washington plantation: 8-year mortality and growth of Douglas-fir as related to infected stumps, tree density, and fertilization, by Richard E. Miller, Timothy B. Harrington, Walter G. Thies, Jeff Madsen [Abstract] (752 KB)

 

RP-568 06-253 Effects of vegetation control and organic matter removal on soil water content in a young Douglas-fir plantation, by Warren D. Devine, Constance A. Harrington (1.09 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-567 06-085 (2006) Learning to manage a complex ecosystem: adaptive management and the Northwest Forest Plan, by George H. Stankey, Roger N. Clark, Bernard T. Bormann, eds. [Abstract]

 

RP-566 05-077 (2005) Tourism and its effects on southeast Alaska communities and resources: case studies from Haines, Craig, and Hoonah, Alaska, by Lee K. Cerveny [Abstract]

 

RP-565 05-112 (2005) Comparative effects of urea fertilizer and red alder in a site III, coast Douglas-fir plantation in the Washington Cascade Range, by R.E. Miller, H.W. Anderson, M. Murray, R. Leon, (995 KB) [Abstract]

 

RP-564 05-054 (2005) Short-term effects of fuel reduction on pileated woodpeckers in northeastern Oregon—a pilot study, by E.L. Bull, A.A. Clark, J.F. Shepherd (573 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-563 05-034 (2005) Spruce reproduction dynamics on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula, 1987-2000, by Willem W.S. van Hees (676 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-562 05-026 (2005) Influence of precommercial thinning on snowshoe hares, by E.L. Bull, T.W. Heater, A.A. Clark, J.F. Shepherd, A.K. Blumton (554 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-561 04-141 (2004) Reconsidering price projections for selected grades of Douglas-fir, coast hem-fir, inland hem-fir, and ponderosa pine lumber, by R.W. Haynes, R.D. Fight (772 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-560 04-087 (2004) Southwest Oregon Biscuit Fire, by D.L. Azuma, J. Donnegan, D. Gedney (2.11 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-559 03-436 (2003) Changes in downed and dead woody material following a spruce beetle outbreak on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, by B. Schulz (955 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-558 03-256 (2004) Tree growth and soil relations at the 1925 Wind River spacing test in coast Douglas-fir, by R.E. Miller, D.L. Reukema, H.W. Anderson (881 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-557 03-332 (2003) Forest resources of southeast Alaska, 2000: results of a single-phase systematic sample, by Willem W.S. van Hees ( 2.14 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-556 03-214 (2003) Alaska softwood market price arbitrage, by J.A. Stevens, D.J. Brooks (238 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-555 03-281 (2003) Performance of the SEAPROG prognosis variant of the forest vegetation simulator, by M.H. McClellan, F.E. Biles (668 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-554 03-010 (2003) Vegetation response to prescribed fire in the Kenai
Mountains, Alaska, by T.V. Boucher (2.58 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-553 03-236 (2003) Estimating consumer willingness to pay a price premium for Alaska secondary wood products, by G.H. Donovan, D.L. Nicholls (448 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-552 03-152 (2003) Temporal and spatial changes in soil carbon and nitrogen after clearcutting and burning of an old-growth Douglas-fir forest, by J.A. Antos, C.B. Halpern, R.E. Miller, K. Cromack, Jr., M.G. Halaj (1.04 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-551 03-064 (2003) Bulk density and soil resistance to penetration as affected by commercial thinning in northeastern Washington, by J.D. Landsberg, R.E. Miller, H.W. Anderson, J.S. Tepp (1.30 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-550 03-027 (2003) Assessing values of air quality and visibility at risk from wildland fires, by S.A. Ferguson, S.J. McKay, D.E. Nagel, T. Piepho, M.L. Rorig, C. Anderson, L. Kellogg [Abstract]

 

RP-549 02-119 (2002) Landscape permeability for large carnivores in Washington: a geographic information system weighted-distance and least-cost corridor assessment, by P.H. Singleton, W.L. Gaines, J.F. Lehmkuhl [Abstract]

 

RP-548 02-038 (2002) Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir: report no. 17--the Skykomish study, 1961--93; the Clemons study, 1963--94, by J.E. King, D.D. Marshall, J.F. Bell (Part A 3.48 MB) (Part B 1.84 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-547 02-040 (2002) Thinning shock and response to fertilizer less than expected in young Douglas-fir stand at Wind River Experimental Forest, by D.S. DeBell, C.A. Harrington, and J. Shumway (252 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-546 01-201 (2002) Effect of ecosystem disturbance on diversity of bark and wood-boring beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae, Buprestidae, Cerambycidae) in white spruce (Picea glauca (Moench) Voss) ecosystems of Alaska, by R.A. Werner (1.13 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-545 02-042 (2003) Disturbance departure and fragmentation of natural systems in the interior Columbia basin, by Wendel J. Hann, Michael J. Wisdom, and Mary M. Rowland (1.48 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-544 (2002) Release rates of methylcyclohexenone and verbenone from bubble cap and bead releasers under field conditions suitable for the management of bark beetles in California, Oregon, and Alaska, by E.H. Holsten, W. Webb, P.J. Shea, and R.A. Werner (1.66 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-543 01-106 (2002) Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir: report no. 14--Stampede Creek: 30-year results, by R.O. Curtis and D.D. Marshall (1.22 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-542 01-093 (2002) Effect of fertilizer applications and grazing exclusion on species composition and biomass in wet meadow restoration in eastern Washington, by J.Beebe, R.Everett, G.Scherer, and C.Davis (1.09 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-541 01-200 (2002) Use of semiochemicals of secondary bark beetles to disrupt spruce beetle attraction and survival in Alaska, by R.A. Werner and E.H. Holsten (287 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-540 01-182 (2002) Constancy and cover of plants in the Petersburg and Wrangell Districts, Tongass National Forest, and associated private and other public lands, southeast Alaska, by B.R. Mead [Abstract]

 

RP-539 01-276 (2001) Avian and amphibian use of fenced and unfenced stock ponds in northeastern Oregon forests, by E.L. Bull, J.W. Deal, and J.E. Hohmann (193 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-538 (2002) Research in adaptive management: working relations and the research process, by A.C. Graham and L.E. Kruger (2.42 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-537 (2002) Levels-of-growing stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir: report no. 15-Hoskins: 1963-1998, by D.D. Marshall and R.O. Curtis (2.29 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-536 (2002) Dispersal flight and attack of the spruce beetle, Dendroctonus rufipennis, in south-central Alaska by E.H. Holsten and J.S. Hard (1.9 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-535 01-113 (2001) Bird, mammal, and vegetation community surveys of research natural areas in the Tongass National Forest, by W.P. Smith, M.J. Stotts, B.A. Andres, J.M. Melton, A. Garibaldi, and K. Boggs (220 Kb) [Abstract]

 

RP-534 01-053 (2002) Global effects of accelerated tariff liberalization in the forest products sector to 2010, by S. Zhu, J. Buongiorno, and D.J. Brooks (2.17 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-533 00-336 (2001) Detecting response of Douglas-fir plantations to urea fertilizer at three locations in the Oregon Coast Range, by R.E. Miller, J. Smith, and H. Anderson (2.4 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-532 00-106 (2001) Precision, accuracy, and efficiency of four tools for measuring soil bulk density or strength, by R.E. Miller, J. Hazard, and S. Howes [Abstract]

 

RP-531 01-360 (2001) The future of housing in the United States: an econometric model and long-term predictions for the 2000 RPA timber assessment by C.A. Montgomery [Abstract]

 

RP-530 00-078 (2001) Historical trends and projections of land use for the South-Central United States, by S. Ahn, A.J. Plantinga, and R.J. Alig [Abstract]

 

RP-529 00-183 (2000) Attractant semiochemicals of the engraver beetle, Ips perturbatus, in south-central and interior Alaska by E.H. Holsten, R.E. Burnside, and S.J. Seybold  [Abstract]

 

RP-528 01-059 (2001) A spatial model of land use change for western Oregon and western Washington, by J.D. Kline and R.J. Alig [Abstract]

 

RP-527 99-258 (2000) Modification of mixed-conifer forests by ruminant herbivores in the Blue Mountains ecological province, by R.A. Riggs, A.R. Tiedemann, J.G. Cook, T.M. Ballard, P.J. Edgerton, M. Vavra, W.C. Krueger, F.C. Hall, L.D. Bryant, L.L. Irwin, and T. Delcurto [Abstract]

 

RP-526 99-036 (2000) Smoke exposure among firefighters at prescribed burns in the Pacific Northwest, by T.E. Reinhardt and R.D. Ottmar [Abstract]

 

RP-525 99-035 (2000) Smoke exposure at western wildfires, by T.E. Reinhardt and R.D. Ottmar   [Abstract]

 

RP-524 00-087 (2000) Classifying plant series-level forest potential vegetation types: methods for subbasins sampled in the midscale assessment of the interior Columbia basin, by P.F. Hessburg, B.G. Smith, S.D. Kreiter, C.A. Miller, C.H. McNicholl, and M. Wasienko-Holland [Abstract]

 

RP-523 99-191 (2000) Phytomass in southwest Alaska, by B.R. Mead [Abstract]

 

RP-522  99-103 (2000) Forest cover dynamics in the Pacific Northwest west side: regional trends and predictions, by R.J. Alig, D.Zheng, T.A. Spies, and B.J. Butler  [Abstract]

 

RP-521 99-007 (1999) Sand lance: a review of biology and predator relations and annotated bibliography, by M.D. Robards, M.F. Willson, R.H. Armstrong, and J.F. Piatt, eds. [Abstract]

 

RP-520 98-095 (2000) Growth of lodgepole pine thinned to various densities on two sites with differing productivities in central Oregon, by P.H. Cochran and W.G. Dahms   [Abstract]

 

RP-519 98-180 (1999) Land use in the Lake States region: an analysis of past trends and projections of future changes, by T.E. Mauldin, A.J. Plantinga, and R.J. Alig  [Abstract]

 

RP-518 97-268 (1999) Changes in the non-federal land base involving forestry in western Oregon, 1961-94, by D. Zheng and R. Alig [Abstract]

 

RP-517 97-129 (1999) Growth and yield of western larch under controlled levels of stocking in the Blue Mountains of Oregon, by P.H. Cochran and K.W. Seidel [Abstract]

 

RP-516 98-053 (1999) Old-growth forests in the Sierra Nevada: area by type in 1945 and 1993 and ownership in 1993, by D. Beardsley, C.L. Bolsinger, and R. Warbington [Abstract] (1.25 MB)

 

RP-515 98-241 (1999) Woodpecker use and fall rates of snags created by killing ponderosa pine infected with dwarf mistletoe, by C.G. Parks, D.A. Conklin, L. Bednar, and H. Maffei  [Abstract]

 

RP-514 98-099 (1999) Using estimates of natural variation to detect ecologically important change in forest spatial patterns: a case study, Cascade Range, eastern Washington, by P.F. Hessburg, B.G. Smith, and R.B. Salter  [Abstract]

 

RP-513 99-139 (1999) Comparative effects of precommercial thinning, urea fertilizer, and red alder in a site II, coast Douglas-fir plantation, by R.E. Miller, E.L. Obermeyer, and H.W. Anderson[Abstract]

 

RP-512 98-373 (1999) Thirty-five-year growth of ponderosa pine saplings in response to thinning and understory removal, by P.H. Cochran and J.W. Barrett  [Abstract]

 

RP-511 98-001 (1999) Land use in Maine: determinants of past trends and projections of future changes, by A.J. Plantinga, T. Mauldin, and R.J. Alig [Abstract]

 

RP-510 97-012 (1999) Electronic (fenceless) control of livestock, by A.R. Tiedemann, T.M. Quigley, L.D. White, W.S. Lauritzen, J.W. Thomas, and M.L. McInnis  [Abstract]

 

RP-509 97-235 (1998) Composition, volume, and prices for major softwood lumber types in western Oregon and Washington, 1971-2020, by J.F. Weigand [Abstract]

 

RP-508 97-177 (1999) Growth of ponderosa pine thinned to different stocking levels in central Oregon: 30-year results, by P.H. Cochran and J. W. Barrett  [Abstract]

 

RP-507 97-084 (1999) Vegetation resources inventory of southwest Alaska: development and application of an innovative, extensive sampling design, by W.W.S. van Hees [Abstract]

 

RP-506 97-192 (1998) A pilot experiment of forest fertilization during an outbreak of the western spruce budworm in northeastern Oregon, by R.R. Mason, B.E. Wickman, H.G. Paul, and T.R. Torgersen

 

RP-505 97-026 (1998) Phytomass in southeast Alaska, by B.R. Mead  [Abstract]

 

RP-504 97-123 (1997) Soil compaction after yarding of small-diameter Douglas-fir with a small tractor in southwest Oregon, by M.P. Amaranthus and D.E. Steinfeld

 

RP-503 97-006 (1998) Lodgepole pine development after early spacing in Oregon's Blue Mountains, by P.H. Cochran and W.G. Dahms [Abstract]

 

RP-502 97-005 (1998) Thirty-five-year growth of thinned and unthinned ponderosa pine in the Methow Valley of northern Washington, by P.H. Cochran and J.W. Barrett  [Abstract]

 

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-500 99-019 (1999) Six-year growth of Douglas-fir saplings after manual or herbicide release from coastal shrub competition, by W.I. Stein [Abstract]

 

RP-499 96-229 (1997) A climate-change scenario for the Columbia River basin, by S.A. Ferguson

 

RP-498 96-175 (1997) Variation in salmonid life histories: patterns and perspectives, by M.F. Willson  [Abstract]

 

RP-497 96-081 (1996) Tailed frogs: distribution, ecology, and association with timber harvest in northeastern Oregon, by E.L. Bull and B.E. Carter

 

RP-496 95-188 (1996) Influence of riparian canopy on macroinvertebrate composition and food habits of juvenile salmonids in several Oregon streams, by W.R. Meehan  [Abstract]

 

RP-495 95-234 (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

 

RP-493 95-054 (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]

 

RP-492 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 [Abstract]

 

RP-491 95-176 (1996) Old growth in northwestern California mational 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 J.W. Hazard

 

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 MB) [Abstract]

 

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. Rowland

 

RP-478 94-018 (1995) Hardwood supply in the Pacific Northwest: a policy perspective by R.L. Raettig, K.P. Connaughton, and G.R. Ahrens

 

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 R.A. Werner

 

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 W.G. Thies

 

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. Sugano

 

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

 

RP-440 (1992) 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 R.W. Haynes

 

RP-435 89-015 (1991) National forest timber supply and stumpage markets in the western United States, by D.M. Adams and R.W. Haynes

 

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

 

RP-405 (1989) Logging residue in southeast Alaska, by J. O. Howard, and T. S. Setzer (2.16 MB) [Abstract] Available in electronic format only.

 

RP-401 (1988) 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

 

RP-358 (1985) Height growth and site index curves for red alder, by Constance A. Harrington, Robert O. Curtis (213 Kb) [Abstract] Available in electronic format only.

 

RP-298 (1982) Aboveground tree biomass on productive forest land in Alaska, by J. Yarie, and D. Mead [Abstract] (960 Kb) Available in electronic format only.

 

RP-266 (1980) Competition for national forest timber in the Northern, Pacific Southwest, and Pacific Northwest regions, by Richard W. Haynes (3.7 MB) [Abstract]

 

RP-253 (1979) 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]

 

RP-150 (1972) Photo stratification improves Northwest timber volume estimates, by C.D. MacLean [Abstract] (671 Kb) Available in electronic format only.

 

 

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