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Science Findings: 2003
communicate our most significant findings to people who make and
influence decisions about land management, we select up to 12 projects
each year to highlight in a monthly publication.
This series, Science Findings, is available in PDF (To view and
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in hardcopy, although a few of the earlier ones are out of stock.
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59 (December 2003) Clarifying muddy water: probing the linkages
to municipal water quality, by Gordon Grant.
58 (November 2003) The scourge of the yellow trees: tackling
Swiss needle cast in the Coast Range, by Randy Johnson.
57 (October 2003) Coming home to roost: the pileated woodpecker
as ecosystem engineer, by Keith Aubry, and Catherine Raley
56 (September 2003) Seeing the trees for the forest: mapping
vegetation biodiversity in coastal Oregon forests, by Janet Ohmann
55 (August 2003) Biology, ecology, and economics at play:
land use and land cover changes in the 21st century,
by Ralph Alig
(July 2003) The trouble with connectedness: disturbance and ecosystem
crashes, by Andrew B. Carey
(May 2003) Arise, amphibians: stream buffers affect more than fish,
by Martin Raphael and Pete Bisson
(April 2003) Conserving and managing the trees of the future: genetic
resources for Pacific Northwest Forests, by Brad St. Clair and Randy
(February 2003) Sex and the single squirrel: A genetic view of forest
management in the Pacific Northwest, by Todd Wilson.
(January 2003) Managing the "other" forest: collecting
and protecting nontimber forest products, by Nan C. Vance.