USDA Forest Service
 

Pacific Northwest Research Station

 
 
 
 
Pacific Northwest Research Station
333 SW First Ave.
Portland, OR 97204

(503) 808-2100

US Forest Service

2012 Science Accomplishments

Vision and Mission

The Pacific Northwest Research Station is a leader in the scientific study of natural resources. We generate and communicate impartial knowledge to help people understand and make informed choices about natural resource management and sustainability.

 

A researcher installs a piezometer to measure water pressure and
temperature in spawning gravels of the Little Martin River, Alaska. Photo by Luca Adelfio.Table of Contents

Arrow. A Message From the Station Director

Arrow. Why Conduct Research?

Arrow. PNW Research Station: The Setting

Arrow. Finances and Workforce

Arrow. Funding Partners for 2012

Arrow. Sharing What We've Learned

Arrow. Climate Change

Arrow. Fire and Smoke

Arrow. Forests Management Across Landscapes

Arrow. Watersheds, Fish, and Wildlife

Arrow. Wood and Biomass

Arrow. Experimental Forests and Ranges: Highlights From H.J. Andrews and Starkey

Arrow. Honors and Awards

Arrow. PNW Research Station Organization


2012 Publications

Arrow. Station Publications and Journal Articles

 

 

 

 

 

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2012 Science Accomplishments.
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