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Science Findings: 2009

[Image]: Collage of Science Findings newsletter covers.To 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 print PDF documents, you need the free Adobe Systems Inc. Acrobat Reader). Most issues also are available in hardcopy, although a few of the earlier ones are out of stock. If you would like copies, just contact us at pnw_pnwpubs@fs.fed.us

 

 

 

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Issue 119 (December 2009) Exploring connections between landscapes and streams, based on science by Steve Wondzell, Kelsey Jensco, and Rob Payn

 

Issue 118 (November 2009) Ties that bind: Pacific Northwest truffles, trees, and animals in symbiosis, based on science by Randy Molina, and Jane Smith

 

Issue 117 (October 2009) Bioengery from trees: using cost-effective thinning to reduce forest fire hazards, based on science by Jeremy Fried, and Jamie Barbour

 

Issue 116 (September 2009) We're all in this together: decisionmaking to address climate change in a complex world, based on science by Ralph Alig

 

Issue 115 (August 2009) Undercover isotopes: tracking the fate of nitrogen in streams, based on science by Sherri Johnson

 

Issue 114 (July 2009) On the track of the elusive wolverine, based on science by Keith Aubry

 

Issue 113 (June 2009) Land use planning: a time-tested approach for addressing climate change based on science by Jeff Kline, and Jim Cathcart

 

Issue 112 (April 2009) Let's mix it up! The benefits of variable-density thinning, based on science by Connie Harrington

 

Issue 111 (March 2009) A ravenous river reclaims its true course: the tale of Marmot Dam's demise, based on science by Gordon Grant

 

Issue 110 (February 2009) Old growth revisited: integrating social, economic, and ecological perspectives, based on science by Tom Spies, Sally Duncan

 

Issue 109 (January 2009) Looking out for pileated woodpecker, by Evelyn Bull, Jane Hayes, Nicole Nielsen-Pincus

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