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Science Update is a periodical published several times a year by
the PNW Research Station. Begun in 2002, this series contributes
scientific knowledge for pressing
decisions about natural resource and environmental issues.
The series is available in PDF (To view and print PDF documents,
you need the free Adobe
Systems, Inc. Acrobat Reader), but most issues also are
available in hard copy. If you would like copies, just email
us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any question about any update, please contact
Rhonda Mazza at email@example.com.
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Landscape models: helping land managers think big
Issue 20 (2010)
The mighty oak faces challenges in the Pacific West
19 (2010) Mount St. Helens 30 years later: a landscape reconfigured
18 (2008) Understanding the social and economic transitions
of forest communities.
17 (2008) Changing with the climate
16 (2008) Counting all that matters: recognizing the value
of ecosystem services.
15 (2007) Managing forests after fires
14 (2006) A clear picture of smoke: Bluesky smoke forecasting
13 (2006) Elk, deer, and cattle: the Starkey Project
12 (2005) Monitoring forests at the speed of light.
11 (2005) Conserving old forest in landscapes shaped by fire.
10 (2005) The Kenai experience: communities and forest health.
9 (2005) Invasive plants in 21st Century landscapes.
8 (2004) Ecosystems and people: managing forests for mutual
7 (2004) Reducing fire hazard: balancing costs and outcomes.
6 (2004) Western forest, fire risk, and climate change.
5 (2003) Alaska forest products: using resources well.
4 (2003) New findings about old-growth forests.
Issue 3 (2002)
Dynamic landscape management.
(2002) Fire risk in east-side forests.
(2002) Restoring complexity: second-growth forests and habitat