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Science Findings: 2010
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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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
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.
126 (September 2010) Calculating the green in green: What's
an urban tree worth? based on science by Geoffrey Donovan.
125 (July 2010) An evolving process:
protecting spotted owl habitat through landscape management, based
on science by John Lehmkuhl, and Paul Hessburg
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.
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.
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.
121 (March 2010) Toward more diverse forests: helping trees "get
along" in a new organization, based on science by Timothy
B. Harrington, Warren Devine
120 (February 2010) Linked in: Connecting riparian areas
to support forest biodiversity, based on science by Kelly Burnett
and Deanna Olson