Background Information on Multi-Scale Assessments for Addressing:
Conservation and Restoration Planning, Risks, Threats, and Viability
Supporting Literature for R1/R4
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Overton, K.; Carlson, A.D.;
Tait, C. In press. An aquatic multi-scale assessment and
planning framework approach—forest plan revision case study. In: Pye,
J.M.; Rauscher, H.M.; Sands, Y.; Lee, D.C.; Beatty, J.S., eds.
Advances in Threat Assessment and their Application to Forest and
Rangeland Management. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW xxx. Portland, OR: U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Station
& Southern Research Station: xxx-xxx.
An assessment of ecosystem
components in the Interior Columbia Basin and portions of the
Klamath and Great Basins. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest
Research Station, General Technical Report PNW-405, Portland, OR.
1997. Full Text -- Volume
I, Volume II,
Rieman et al. 2001.
potential effects of federal land management alternatives on
trends of salmonids and their habitats in the interior Columbia
River Basin. Forest Ecology and Management, 153(1-3): 43-62.
Rieman et al. 1993.
Consideration of extinction risks for salmonids. Currents, Fish
Habitat Relations Technical Bulletin No. 14.
Lee and Rieman. 1997.
assessment of salmonids by using probabilistic networks. North American Journal of Fisheries
Management, 17: 1144-1157.
Rieman et al. 1997.
and likely future trends of bull trout within the Columbia River
and Klamath River Basins. North American Journal of Fisheries
Management, 17: 1111-1125.
Thurow, R.F., D.C. Lee, and B.E. Rieman. 1997.
Distribution and status of seven native salmonids in the interior
Columbia River basin and portions of the Klamath River and Great
basins. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 17:
Naiman et al. 2000.
ecology and management in the pacific coastal rain forest. BioScience (50)11: 996-1011.
Rieman et al. 2000.
integrated classification of ecosystems: Defining opportunities
for managing fish and forest health.
Northwest Power Planning
Council, Guide for Subbasin Planning. (Technical Guide).
Maxwell et al., 1995.
A hierarchical framework of
aquatic ecological units in North America.
Luce et al. 2001.
ecology into decisions on the prioritization of road
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