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Science Findings: 2010

[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 128 (December 2010) The future of spring bud burst: looking at the possibilities, based on science by Connie Harrington, Brad St. Clair, and Peter Gould

 

Issue 127 (November 2010) Looking at the big picture: the importance of landbase interactions among forests, agriculture, and climate mitigation policies, based on science by Ralph Alig.

 

Issue 126 (September 2010) Calculating the green in green: What's an urban tree worth? based on science by Geoffrey Donovan.

 

Issue 125 (July 2010) An evolving process: protecting spotted owl habitat through landscape management, based on science by John Lehmkuhl, and Paul Hessburg

 

Issue 124 (June 2010) Red but not dead: examining microbial and plant recovery in severely burned soils, based on science by Jane Smith, and Cassie Hebel.

 

Issue 123 (May 2010) Great oaks from little acorns grow: planting native oak in the Pacific Northwest, based on science by Warren Devine, and Connie Harrington.

 

Issue 122 (April 2010) Life on the edge: carbon fluxes from wetland to ocean along Alaska's coastal temperate rain forest, based on science by Rick Edwards, and Dave D'Amore.

 

Issue 121 (March 2010) Toward more diverse forests: helping trees "get along" in a new organization, based on science by Timothy B. Harrington, Warren Devine

 

Issue 120 (February 2010) Linked in: Connecting riparian areas to support forest biodiversity, based on science by Kelly Burnett and Deanna Olson

 

 

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