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Alig, R.J.; Adams, D.M.; McCarl, B.A. 1998. Ecological and economic impacts of forest policies: interactions across forestry and agriculture. Ecological Economics. 27: 63-78 (763 Kb)


Agee, James K.; Wright, Clinton S.; Williamson, Nathan; Huff, Mark H. 2002. Foliar moisture content of Pacific Northwest vegetation and its relation to wildland fire behavior. Forest Ecology and Management. 167: 57-66. (895 KB)


Andersen, H.E;, Foster, J.; Reutebuch, S.. 2003. Estimating forest structure parameters within Fort Lewis Military Reservation using airborne laser scanner (LIDAR) data. In: Proceedings, 2nd Inter-national Precision Forestry Symposium. Seattle, WA. University of Washington, College of Forest Resources: 45-53. (657 Kb)


Andersen, H.E.; McGaughey, R.J.;Carson, W.; Reutebuch, S.; Mercer, B.; Allan. J. 2003. A comparison of forest canopy models derived from LIDAR and INSAR data in a Pacific Northwest conifer forest. International Archives of Photo-grammetry and Remote Sensing. 34(Part 3 / W13): 211-217. (2.77 MB)


Aubry, K.B.; Amaranthus, M.P.; Haipern, C.B.; White, J.D.; Woodard, B.L.; Peterson, C.E.; Lagoudakisi, C.A.; Horton, A.J. 1999. Evaluating the effects of varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention: experimental design of the DEMO study. Northwest Science. 73 (Special Issue): 12-26. (1.27 MB)


Aubry, K.B.; Halpern, C.B.; Maguire, D.A. 2004. Ecological effects of variable retention harvests in the northwestern United States: the DEMO study. Forest Snow and Landscape Research. 78(1/2): 119-137. (1.45 MB)


Aukema, J.E. 2003. Vectors, viscin, and Viscaceae: mistletoes as parasites, mutualists, and resources. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 1(3): 212-219. (2.74 MB)


Baird, M.; Zabowski, D.; Everett R.L. 1999. Wildfire effects on carbon and nitrogen in inland coniferous forests. Plant and Soil. 209: 233-243. (1.41MB)


Barbour, R.J. 1999. Relationship between diameter and gross product value for small trees. In: Proceedings wood technology clinic and show. [Place of Publication unknown]: Wood Technology: 40-46. (740 Kb)


Bayrakgi, R.; Carey, A.B.; Wilson, T.M. 2001. Current status of the Western gray squirrel population in the Puget Trough, Washington. Northwest Science. 75(4): 333-341. (378 Kb)


Ben-David, M.; Hanley, T.A.; Schell, D.M. 1998. Fertilization of terrestrial vegetation by spawning Pacific salmon: the role of flooding and predator activity. Oikos. 83: 47-55. (637 KB)


Bisson, P.A.; Coutant, C.C.; Goodman, D.; Gramlin R.; Lettenmaier, D.; Lichatowich, J.; Liss, W.; Loudenslager, E.; McDonald, L.; Philipp, D.; Riddell, B.; Loudenslager, E. 2002. Hatchery surpluses in the Pacific Northwest. Fisheries. 27(12): 16-27. (204 Kb)


Bisson, P.A.; Raphael, M.G.; Foster, A.D.; Jones, L.L. 2002. Influence of site and landscape features on vertebrate assemblages in small streams. In: Johnson, A.C.; Haynes, R.W.; Monserud, R.A., eds. Congruent management of multiple resources: Proceedings from the Wood Compatibility Initiative workshop. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-563. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station: 61-72. (203 Kb)


Bisson, P.A.; Rieman, B.E.; Luce, C.; Hessburg, P.F.; Lee, D.C.; Kershner, J.L.; Reeves, G.H. Gresswell, R.E. 2003. Fire and aquatic ecosystems of the western USA: current knowledge and key questions. Forest Ecology and Management. 178: 213-229. (302 Kb)


Bormann, B.T.; Spaltenstein, H. McClellan, M.H.; Ugolini, F.C.; Cromack, K., Jr.; Nay, S.M. 1995. Rapid soil development after windthrow disturbance in pristine forests. Journal of Ecology. 83: 747-757. (416 Kb)


Bramblett, R.G.; Bryant, M.D.; Wright, B.E.; White, R.G. 2002. Seasonal use of small tributary and main-stem habitats by juvenile steelhead, coho salmon, and Dolly Varden in a southeastern Alaska drainage basin. American Fisheries Society. 131: 498-506. (240 Kb)


Brodie, L.C.; Debell, D.S. 2004. Evaluation of field performance of poplar clones using selected competition indices. New Forests. 27: 201-214. (4.22 MB)


Brooks, J.R.; Meinzer, F.C.; Coulombe, R.; Gregg, J. 2002. Hydraulic redistribution of soil water during summer drought in two contrasting Pacific Northwest coniferous forests. Tree Physiology. 22: 1107-1117. (859 Kb)


Bryant, M.D. 2002. Estimating fish populations by removal methods with minnow traps in southeast Alaska streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 20: 923-930. (134 Kb)


Bryant, M.D.; Swanston, D.N. 1998. Coho salmon populations in the Karst landscape of north Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska. American Fisheries Society. 127: 425-433. (168 Kb)


Bull, E.L. 2000. Seasonal and sexual differences in American marten diet in northeastern Oregon. Northwest Science. 74(3): 186-191. (45 Kb)


Bull, E.L. 2001. Survivorship of pileated woodpeckers in northeastern Oregon. Journal of Field Ornithology. 72(1): 131-135. (589 Kb)


Bull, E.L. 2003. Declines in the breeding population of Vaux's Swifts in northeastern Oregon. Western Birds. 34: 230-234. (377 KB)


Bull, E.L.; Heater, T.W. 2001. Survival, causes of mortality, and reproduction in American marten in northeastern Oregon. Northwestern Naturalist. 82(1): 1-6. (388 KB)


Carey, A.B. 1995. Sciurids in Pacific Northwest managed and old-growth forests. Ecological Applications. 5(3): 648-661. (290 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 1995. Spotted owl ecology: theory and methodology--a reply to Rosenberg et al. Ecology. 76(2): 648-652. (170 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 1996. Interactions of Northwest forest canopies and arboreal mammals. Northwest Science. 70: 72-78. (158 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 1998. Dimensions of ecosystem management: a system approach to policy formulation. In: Calhoun, J.M., ed. Forest policy: ready for renaissance. Seattle, WA : College of Forest Resources, University of Washington: 261-273. (186 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 1998. Ecological foundations of biodiversity: lessons from natural and managed forests of the Pacific Northwest. Northwest Science. 72(2): 127-133. (109 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 1999. Red tree vole/Arborimus longicaudus. In: Wilson, D.E.; Ruff, S., eds. The Smithsonian book of north American Mammals. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press: 620-622. (97 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2000. Ecology of northern flying squirrels: implications for ecosystem management in the Pacific Northwest, USA. In: Goldingay, R.L.; Scheibe, J.S., eds. Proceedings of the international theriological congress. Furth, Germany: Filander Verlag: 45-66. (189 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2000. Effects of new forest management strategies on squirrel populations. Ecological Applications. 10(1): 1-100. 248-257. (234 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2001. Experimental manipulation of spatial heterogeneity in
Douglas-fir forests: effects on squirrels
. Forest Ecology and Management. 152: 13-30. (324 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2001. Induced spatial heterogeneity in forest canopies: responses of small mammals. Journal of Wildlife Management. 65(4): 1014-1027. (625 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2002. Globalization of flora: inviting worldwide ecosystem disaster. Renewable Resources Journal. 20(1): 13-17. (138 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2002. Response of northern flying squirrels to supplementary dens. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 30(2): 547-556. (672 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2003. Biocomplexity and restoration of biodiversity in temperate coniferous forest: inducing spatial heterogeneity with variable-density thinning. Forestry. 76(2): 127-136. (202 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2003. Managing for wildlife: a key component for social acceptance of compatible forest management. In: Monserud, R.A.; Haynes, R.W.; Johnson, A.C., eds. Compatible Forest Mangement: Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers: 401-425. (857 Kb)


Carey, A.B. 2003. Restoration of landscape function: Reserves or active management? Forestry. 76(2): 221-230. (216 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Calhoun, J.M.; Dick, B.; O'Halloran, K.; Young, L.S.; Bigley, R.E.; Chan, S.; Harrington, C.A.; Hayes, J.P.; Marzluff, J. 1999. Reverse technology transfer; obtaining feedback from managers. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 14(3): 153-163. (193 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Colgan, W., III; Trappe, J.M.; Molina, R. 2002. Effects of forest management on truffle abundance and squirrel diets. Northwest Science. 76(2): 148-157. (163 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Curtis, R.O. 1996. Conservation of biodiversity: a useful paradigm for forest ecosystem management. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 24(4): 610-620. (1.07 MB)


Carey, A.B.; Harrington, C.A. 2001. Small mammals in young forests: implications for management for sustainability. Forest Ecology and Management. 154(1-2): 289-309. (387 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Horton, S.P.; Biswell, B.L. 1992. Northern spotted owls: influence of prey base and landscape character. Ecological Monographs. 62(2): 223-250. (137 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Johnson, M.L. 1995. Small mammals in managed, naturally young, and old-growth forests. Ecological Applications. 5(2): 336-352. (355 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Kershner, J.E. 1996. Spilogale gracilis in upland forests of western Washington and Oregon. Northwestern Naturalist. 77: 29-34. (137 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Kershner, J.; Biswell, B.; Dominguez de Toledo, L.S. 1999. Ecological scale and forest development: squirrels, dietary fungi, and vascular plants in managed and unmanaged forests. Wildlife Monographs. 142: 1-71. (7.69 MB)


Carey, A.B.; Lippke, B.R.; Sessions, J. 1999. Intentional systems management: managing forests for biodiversity. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 9(3/4): 83-125. (559 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Maguire, C.C.; Biswell, B.L.; Wilson, T.M. 1999. Distribution and Abundance of Neotoma in Western Oregon and Washington. Northwest Science. 73(2): 65-80. (245 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Peeler, K.C. 1995. Spotted owls: resource and space use in mosaic landscapes. Journal of Raptor Research. 29(4): 223-239. (401 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Reid, J.A.; Horton, S.P. 1991. Spotted owl home range and habitat use in the southern Oregon Coast Range. Journal of Wildlife Management. 54(1): 11-17. (170 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Thysell, D.R.; Villa, L.J.; Wilson, T.M.; Wilson, S.M.; Trappe, J.M.; Colgan, W., III; Ingham, E.R.; Holmes, M. 1996. Foundations of biodiversity in managed Douglas-fir forests. In: Peterson, D.L.; Klimas, C.V. The role of restoration in the ecosystem. Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium for ecological restoration. Madison, WI: Society for Ecological Restoration: 68-82. (480 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Wilson, T.M.; Maguire, C.C.; Biswell, B.L. 1997. Dens of northern flying squirrels in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Wildlife Management. 61(3): 684-699. (827 Kb)


Carey, A.B.; Witt, J.W. 1991. Track counts as indices to abundances of arboreal rodents. Journal of Mammology. 72(1): 192-194. (82 Kb)


Carson, Ward W.; Reutebuch, Stephen E. 1997. A rigorous test of the accuracy of USGS digital elevation models in forested areas of Oregon and Washington. In: Volume 1 surveying and cartography: 1997 ACSM/ASPRS Annual convention and exposition technical paper; Seattle, WA; April 7-10, 1997: 133-143. (503 KB)


Chan, Samuel; Anderson, Paul; Cissel, John; Lateen, Larry; Thompson, Charley 2004. Variable density management in Riparian Reserves: lessons learned from an operational study in managed forests of western Oregon, USA Forest. Snow and Landscape Research. 78(1/2): 151-172. (2.02 MB)


Chen, Jiquan; Song, Bo; Rudnicki, Mark; Moeur, Melinda; Bible, Ken; North, Malcolm; Shaw, Dave C.; Franklin, Jerry F.; Braun, Dave M. 2003. Spatial relationship of biomass and species distribution in an old-growth Pseudotsuga Tsuga forest. Forest Science. 50(3): 364-375. (944 KB)


Cheng, A.S.; Kruger, L.E.; Daniels, S.E. 2003. “Place” as an integrating concept in natural resource politics: propositions for a social science research agenda. Society and Natural Resources. 16: 87-104. (86 Kb)


Christensen, G.A.; Julin, K.R.; Ross, R.J.; Willits, S. 2002. Volume recovery, grade yield, and properties of lumber from young-growth sitka spruce and western hemlock in southeast Alaska. Forest Products. 52(5): 81-87. (305 Kb)


Cissel, J.H.; Swanson, F.J.; Weisburg, P.J. 1999. Landscape management using historical fire regimes: Blue River, Oregon. Ecological Applications. 9(4): 1217-1231. (929 Kb)


Cohen, Warren B.; Maiersperger, Thomas K.; Gower, Stith T.; Turner, David P. 2003. An improved strategy for regression of biophysical variables and Landsat ETM+ data. Remote Sensing of Environment. 84: 561-571. (850 KB)


Colgan, W.C. III; Carey, A.B. 1997. A reliable method of analyzing dietaries of mycophagous small mammals. Northwestern Naturalist. 78: 65-69. (185 Kb)


Colgan, W.C. III; Carey, A.B.; Trappe, J.M.; Molina, R.; Thysell, D. 1999. Diversity and productivity of hypogeous fungal sporocarps in a variably thinned Douglas-fir forest. Canadian Journal of Forestry Resources. 29: 1259-1268. (283 Kb)


Copes, D.L. 1969. Graft union formation in Douglas-fir. American Journal of Botany. 56(3): 285-289. (855 Kb)


Copes, D.L. 1973. Inheritance of graft compatibility in Douglas-fir. Botanical Gazette. 134(1): 49-52. (248 Kb)


Copes, D.L. 1992. Effects of long-term pruning, meristem origin, and branch order on the rooting of Douglas-fir stem cuttings. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 22: 1888-1894. (654 Kb)

Copes, D.L. 1999. Breeding graft-compatible Douglas-fir rootstocks (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco). Silvae Genetica. 48(3-4): 188-193. (563 Kb)


Copes, D.L. 2000. Effects of IBA and NAA treatments on rooting Douglas-fir stem cuttings. New Forests. 20: 249-257. (444 Kb)


Costa, F.S.; Sandberg, D. 2004. Mathematical model of a smoldering log. Combustion and Flame. 139: 227-238. (464 Kb)


Crone, L.K.; Haynes, R.W. 2001. Socioeconomic evaluation of broad-scale land management strategies. Forest Ecology and Management. 153: 147-160. (403 Kb)


Curtis, R.O. 1982. A simple index of stand density for Douglas-fir. Forest Science. 28(1): 92-94. (207 Kb)


Curtis, R.O.; Carey, A.B. 1996. Timber supply in the Pacific Northwest: managing for economic and ecological values in Douglas-fir forest. Journal of Forestry. 94(9): 4-7, 35-37. (1.02 MB)


Curtis, R.O.; Marshall, D.D. 2004. Douglas-fir growth and yield: research 1909-1960. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 19(1): 66-68. (152 Kb)


Deal, R.L. 2001. The effects of partial cutting on forest plant communities of western hemlock--Sitka spruce stands in southeast Alaska. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 31: 2067-2079. (1.06 MB)


Deal, R.L.; Barbour, , R J.; McClellan, M.H; Parry, D.L. 2003. Development of epicormic sprouts in Sitka spruce following thinning and pruning in south-east Alaska. Forestry. 76(4): 401-412. (706 Kb)


Deal, R.L.; Tappeiner, J.C. 2002. The effects of partial cutting on stand structure and growth of western hemlock--Sitka spruce stands in southeast Alaska. Forest Ecology and Management. 159: 173-186. (388 Kb)


Deal, R.L.; Tappeiner, J.C.; Hennon, P.E. 2002. Developing silvicultural systems based on partial cutting in western hemlock--Sitka spruce stands of southeast Alaska. Forestry. 75(4): 425-431. (573 Kb)


DeBell, Dean S.; Harms, William R.; Whitesell, Craig D. 1989. Stockability: A major factor in productivity differences between Pinus taeda plantations in Hawaii and the Southeastern United States. Forest Science. 35(3): 708-719. (554 KB)


DeBell, Dean S.; Harrington, Constance A. 1997. Productivity of Populus in monoclonal and polyclonal blocks at three spacings. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 27: 978-985. (457 KB)


DeBell, D.S.; Harrington, C.A. 2002. Density and rectangularity of planting influence 20-year growth and development of red alder. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 32: 1244-1253. (1.16 MB)


Donovan, Geoffrey H.; Nicholls, David 2003. Consumer preferences and willingness to pay for character-marked cabinets from Alaska birch. Forest Products. 53(11/12): 27-32. (1.03 MB)


Donovan, Geoffrey H.; Rideout, Douglas B. 2003. An integer programming model to optimize resource allocation for wildfire containment. Forest Science. 49(2): 331-335.


Donovan, Geoffrey H.; Rideout, Douglas B. 2003. A reformulation of the Cost Plus Net Value Change (C+NVC) model of wildfire economics. Forest Science. 49(2): 318-323. (678 KB)


Donovan, Geoffrey; Hesseln, Hayley 2004. Consumer willingness to pay for a naturally decay-resistant wood product. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 19(3): 160-164. (161 KB)


Donovan, Geoffrey H. 2004. Consumer willingness to pay a price premium for standing-dead Alaska yellow-cedar. Forest Products. 54(5): 38-42. (227 KB)


Donovan, Geoffrey H.; Brown, Thomas C. 2005. Wildfire management in the U.S. Forest Service: a brief history. Natural Hazards Observer. July( 2005). 3 p.


Donovan, Geoffrey; Hesseln, Hayley; Garth, John 2005. Credit availability: a possible barrier to growth for the Alaska forest products industry? Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 20(3): 177-183.


Donovan, Geoffrey H.; Noordijk, Peter 2005. Assessing the accuracy of wildland fire situation analysis (WFSA) fire size and suppression cost estimates. Journal of Forestry. January/February: 10-13.


Donovan, Geoffrey H.; Noordijk, Peter 2005. Prediction errors in wildland fire situation analyses. Fire Management Today. 65(2): 25-27.


Drew, R.E.; Hallett, J.G.; Aubry, K.B.; Cullings, K.W.; Koepfs, S.M.; Zielinski, W.J. 2003. Conservation genetics of the fisher (Martes pennanti) based on mitochondrial DNA sequencing. Molecular Ecology. 12: 51-62. (519 Kb)


Eastin, I.L.; Lane, C.L.; Fight, R.D.; Barbour, J. 1998. An assessment of the industrial markets for softwood clearwood lumber. Forest Products Journal: 48 (11/12): 48-54. (279 Kb)


Edson, J.L.; Wenny, D.L.; Leege-Brusven, A.D.; Everett, R.L. 1997. Using micropropagation to conserve threatened rare species in sustainable forests. [Place of publication unknown]: The Haworth Press, Inc.: 279-291. (2.1 MB)


Everett, R.L.; Lehmkuhl, J.; Schellhaas, R.; Ohlson, P.; Keenum, D.; Riesterer, H.; Spurbeck, D. 1999. Snag dynamics in chronosequence of 26 wildfires on the east slope of the Cascade Range in Washington state, USA. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 9(4): 223-234. (609k)


Everett, R.L.; Schellhaas, D.; Spurbeck, D.; Ohlson, P.; Keenum, D.; Anderson, T. 1997. Structure of northern spotted owl nest stands and their historical conditions on the eastern slope of the Pacific Northwest Cascades, USA. Forest Ecology and Management. 94: 1-14. (994k)


Everett, R.L.; Schellhaas, R.; Keenum, D.; Spurbeck, D.; Ohlson, P. 2000. Fire history in the ponderosa pine/Douglas-fir forests on the east slope of the Washington Cascades. Forest Ecology and Management. 129: 297-225. (907k)


Everett, R.L.; Schellhaas, R.; Ohlson, P.; Spurbeck, D.; Keenum D. [N.d]. Continuity in fire disturbance between riparian and adjacent sideslopes in the Douglas-fir forest series. (849 Kb)


Ferguson, B.A.; Dreisbach, T.A.; Parks, C.G.; Filip, G.M.; Schmitt, C.L. 2003. Coarse-scale population structure of pathogenic Armillaria species in a mixed-conifer forest in the Blue Mountains of northeast Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 33: 612-623. (1.47 MB)


Ferguson, S.A.; Ruthford, J.E.; McKay, S.J.; Wright, D.; Wright, C. 2002. Measuring moisture dynamics to predict fire severity in longleaf pine forest. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 11: 267-279. (432 Kb)


Filip, G.; Kanaskie, A.; Kavanagh, K.; Johnson, G.; Johnson, R.; Maguire, D. 2000. Silviculture and Swiss needle cast: research and recommendations. Research Contribution 30. Corvallis, OR: Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University. (1.72 MB)


Foster, C.C.; Forsman, E.D.; Meslow, E.C.; Miller, G.S.; Reid, J.A.; Wagner, F.F.; Carey, A.B.; Lint, J.B. 1992. Survival and reproduction of radio-marked adult spotted owls. Journal of Wildlife Management. 56(1): 91-95. (1.4 MB)


Franklin, J.F.; Spies, T.A.; Pelt, R.V.; Carey, A.B.; Thornburgh, D.A.; Berg, D.R.; Lindenmayer, D.B.; Harmon, M.E.; Keeton, W.S.; Shaw, D.C.; Bible, K.; Chen, J. 2002. Disturbances and structural development of natural forest ecosystems with silvicultural implications, using Douglas-fir forests as an example. Forest Ecology and Management. 155: 399-423. (5.01 MB)


Fried, J.S.; Brown, D.G.; Zweifler, M.O.; Gold, M.A. 2000. Mapping contributing areas for stormwater discharge to streams using terrain analysis. In: Wilson, J.P.; Gallant, J.C., eds. Terrain analysis: principles and applications. New York, NY: John Wiley: 183-203. Chapter 7. (1.34 MB)


Fried, J.S.; Fried, B.D. 1996. Simulating wildfire containment with realistic tactics. Forest Science. 42: 267-281. (311 Kb)


Fried, J.S.; Huntsinger, L. 1998. Managing for naturalness at Mt. Diablo State Park. Society and Natural Resources. 11: 505-516. (102 Kb)


Gaines, W.L.; Strand, R.A.; Piper, S.D. 1997. Effects of the Hatchery Complex fires on northern spotted owls in the eastern Washington Cascades. In: Proceedings, Fire effects on rare and endangered species and habitats. [Place of publication unknown]: International Association of Wildland Fire: 123-132. (1.3M)


Gartner, B.L.; North, E.M.; Johnson, G.R.; Singleton, R. 2002. Effects of live crown on vertical patterns of wood density and growth in Douglas-fir. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 32: 439-447. (139 Kb)


Gende, S.M.; Edwards, R.T.; Willson, M.F.; Wipfli, M.S. 2002. Pacific salmon in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem. BioScience: 52(10): 917-928. (994 Kb)


Gillesberg, A.M.; Carey, A.B. 1991. Arboreal nests of Phenacomys longgicaudus in Oregon. Journal of Mammalogy. 72(4): 784-787. (101 Kb)


Gilless, J.K.; Fried, J.S. 1999. Stochastic representation of fire behavior in a wildland fire protection planning model for California. Forest Science. 45(4): 492-499. (202 Kb)


Gilless, J.K.; Fried, J.S. 2000. Generating beta random variables from probabilistic PERT/CPM-type estimates of production times: an application in planning for wildland fire control. Annals of Operations Research. 95: 205-215. (295 Kb)


Gray, Andrew. 2003. Monitoring stand structure in mature coastal Douglas-fir forests: effect of plot size. Forest Ecology and Management. 175: 1-16. (598 Kb)


Haggerty, R.; Wondzell, S.M.; Johnson, M.A. 2002. Power-law residence time distribution in the hyporheic zone of a 2nd-order mountain stream. Geophysical Research Letters. 29(13): 18/1-18/4. (510 Kb)


Hanley, T.A.; Barnard, J.C. 1998. Red Alder, Alnus rubra, as a potential mitigating factor for wildlife habitat following clearcut logging in southeastern Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 112(4): 647-652. (42 Kb)


Hanley, T.A.; Barnard, J.C. 1999. Spatial variation in population dynamics of Sitka mice in floodplain forests. Journal of Mammalogy. 80(3): 866-879. (85 Kb)


Harrington, C.A. 1999. Forests planted for ecosystem restoration or conservation. New Forests 17: 175-190. (705 KB)


Harrington, C.A.; DeBell, Dean S. 1996. Above- and below-ground characteristics associated with wind toppling in a young Populus plantation. Trees. 11: 109-118. (729 KB)


Harrington, C.A.; Kallas, M.A. 2002. A bibliography for Quercus garryana and other geographically associated and botanically related oaks [abstract]. In: Burton, P.J., ed. Garry oak ecosystem restoration: progress and prognosis. Proceedings of the 3rd annual meeting of the British Columbia chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration. [Place of publication unknown]: Society for Ecological Restoration: 47.


Harrington, C.A.; Kern, C.C. 2002. Will Garry oak respond to release from overtopping conifers? In: Burton, P.J., eds. Garry oak ecosystem restoration: progress and prognosis. Proceedings of the 3rd annual meeting of the British Columbia chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration. [Place of publication unknown]: Society for Ecological Restoration: 39-46.


Harrington, C.A.; Reukema, Donald L. 1983. Initial shock and long-term stand development following thinning in a Douglas-fir plantation. Forest Science. 29(1): 33-46. (586 KB)


Harrington, C.A.; Ricklefs, M.K. 2002. Visualization of four alternative strategies for managing Garry oak [Abstract]. In: Burton, P.J., ed. Garry oak ecosystem restoration: progress and prognosis. Proceedings of the 3rd annual meeting of the British Columbia chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration. [Place of publication unknown]: Society for Ecological Restoration: 95.


Harrington, T.B.; Rader-Dixon, L.T.; Taylor, J.W. Jr. 2003. Kudzu (Pueraria montana) community responses to herbicides, burning, and high-density loblolly pine. Weed Science. 51: 965-974. (159 Kb)


Hayes, J.L.; Daterman, G.E. 2001. Bark beetles (Scolytidae) in eastern Oregon and Washington. Northwest Science. Spec. Issue: 21-30. (82 Kb)


Haynes, R.W.; Quigley, T.M. 2001. Broad-scale consequences of land management: Columbia basin example. Forest Ecology and Management. 153: 179-188. (90 Kb)


Haveri, B.; Carey, A.B. 2000. Forest management strategy, spatial heterogeneity, and winter birds in Washington. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 28(3): 643-652. (925 Kb)


Haynes, R.W.; Quigley, T.M.; Clifford, J.L.; Gravenmier, R.A. 2001. Science and ecosystem management in the interior Columbia basin. Forest Ecology and Management. 153: 3-14. (554 Kb)


Heckman, Charles W. 1999. The encroachment of exotic herbaceous plants into the Olympic National Forest. Northwest Science. 73(4): 264-276. (1.60 MB)


Heninger, Ronald; Scott, William; Dobkowski, Alex; Miller, Richard; Anderson, Harry; Duke, Steve 2002. Soil disturbance and 10-year growth response of coast Douglas-fir on nontilled and tilled skid trails in the Oregon Cascades. Wildlife Monographs. 149: 1-35. (1.09 MB)


Hessburg, P.F.; Reynolds, K.M.; Salter, R.B.; Richmond, M.B. 2004. Using a decision support system to estimate departures of present forest landscape patterns from historical reference condition - An example from the inland Northwest Region of the United States. In: Perera, A.H.; Buse, L.J.; Weber, M.G., eds. Emulating natural forest landscape disturbances: concepts and applications. New York: Columbia University Press: 158-175. Chapter 13. (1.16 MB)


Hessburg, P.F.; Hansen, E.M. 2000. Infection of Douglas-fir by Leptographium wageneri. Canadian Journal of Botany. 78: 1254-1261. (448k)


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