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Photo of Forest Service scientists, resource managers, and members of the Lakeview Stewardship Group discuss management of fire-prone forests on a field trip in the Fremont-Winema National Forest, Oregon.
ID: 1380
Challenges in coordinating wildfire risk reduction among diverse forest owners

Research across a multi-owner landscape in central Oregon found that in general, Forest Service management was likely to produce forest conditio ...

Principal Investigator : Eric M. White

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Inventory and Monitoring
2017PNW
Photo of Forest Service staff and the Lakeview Stewardship Group discuss post treatment monitoring in the West Drews project area in the Fremont-Winema National Forest, Oregon. Eric White, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1179
Economic Benefits Associated with Federal Forest Restoration

Federal forest restoration and forest collaboration support increased economic activity in eastern Oregon. The Oregon Department of Forestry use ...

Principal Investigator : Eric M. White

Resource Management and Use2016PNW
Photo of Hikers in the Olympic National Forest, Washington.
ID: 1358
Revealing the economic benefits of outdoor recreation in national forests

Forest Service research provides updated data and technical guidance for computing the economic benefits of recreation at national, regional, an ...

Principal Investigator : Eric M. White

Resource Management and Use
Outdoor Recreation
2017PNW
Photo of Tree marked for a restoration treatment on the Deschutes National Forest. Oregon Department of Forestry.
ID: 1109
The Effects of Landscape Restoration Strategies on Fire and Ecosystem Services Vary with Rate of Treatment in a Fire-prone Multi-ownership Region

The results and the landscape modeling tool are being used by the Deschutes National Forest and the Deschutes Collaborative Forest Landscape Res ...

Principal Investigator : Eric M. White

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Resource Management and Use
2016PNW
Photo of Wilderness offers opportunities for solitude, challenge and inspiration and attracts recreationists to remote communities where visitor expenditures enhance local income and job growth.
ID: 1304
Wilderness areas contribute to economic health of rural communities

Forest Service scientists Tom Holmes and Eric White collaborated with Evan Hjerpe of the Conservation Economics Institute to estimate the econom ...

Principal Investigator : Eric M. White

Resource Management and Use2017SRS