Communications—Print, Web, and Twitter
340 total publications. (This includes station
series publications, journal articles, books or
book chapters, theses and dissertations, and
106,280 hard copies of station publications
43,942 electronic publication downloads
from the station’s Web site and Treesearch
1,906 station publications available online
via the station’s Web site and Treesearch.
9 issues of PNW Science Findings published,
about 9,800 copies of each issue distributed.
Total number of visits: 75,243 from 155
countries and territories (+ 8.5% from
Total number of unique visitors: 48,851
(+8.7% from fiscal year 2010)
Total number of page views: 205,698
(about 3 pages viewed per visit)
Percentage of new visitors: 56.2%
The station’s Twitter account has 560 followers—up
from 250 in 2010. Reporters, natural resource professionals, and nonprofit groups
comprise the majority of subscribers, who receive instant electronic
alerts (tweets) to station news releases, new publications, and other information.
Our Most Popular Publications
All of the station’s publications are available online.
Listed below are the 10
publications by station scientists most frequently downloaded
station’s Web site and Forest Service Treesearch site.
Some of these publications
are decades old but still relevant today.
- Simulating Fuel Treatment
Effects in Dry Forests of the Western
United States: Testing the Principles of a Fire-Safe Forest
Canadian Journal of Forest Research)
- Water, Climate Change,
and Forests: Watershed Stewardship for
a Changing Climate (2010; PNW-GTR-812)
- Adaptive Management
of Natural Resources: Theory, Concepts,
and Management Institutions (2005; PNW-GTR-654)
Spatial Pattern Analysis Program for Quantifying
Landscape Structure (1995; PNW-GTR-351)
- A Tale of Two Cedars—International
Symposium on Western
Redcedar and Yellow-Cedar (2010; PNW-GTR-828)
- Natural Vegetation
of Oregon and Washington (1973; PNW-GTR-008)
Invasive Plants of Pacific Coast Forests: A Field Guide
for Identification (2011; PNW-GTR-817)
- The Formula Scribner
Log Rule (1952; OSN-PNW-078)
- Advances in Threat Assessment
and Their Application to Forest
and Rangeland Management (2010; PNW-GTR-802)
Characteristics of Old-Growth Douglas-Fir Forests
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