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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 : Jeffrey D. Kline

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Inventory and Monitoring
2017PNW
Photo of Coos Bay, Oregon, historically supported a diversity of logging and milling operations.
ID: 1460
Communities, economies, and the Northwest Forest Plan: 24 years later

Social and economic conditions in rural communities have changed since the Northwest Forest Plan was enacted in 1994. A synthesis of research ex ...

Principal Investigator : Jeffrey D. Kline

Water, Air, and Soil
Resource Management and Use
2018PNW
Photo of The 2002 Biscuit Fire in the Siskiyou National Forest created a mosiac of burned and unburned forest.
ID: 1470
Fire as a tool

Landscape-scale forest restoration programs that incorporate managed wildfire and prescribed fire lead to more pronounced reductions in fire sev ...

Principal Investigator : Jeffrey D. Kline

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Inventory and Monitoring
Water, Air, and Soil
Resource Management and Use
2018PNW
Photo of This map highlights where threats such as wildfire, insects, and disease exist, overlap, and intersect with urban and exurban development. USDA Forest Service
ID: 535
Forest Mapping Study Helps Identify Regions with Multiple Threat Potential, Including Wildfires

Policymakers and land managers can use the maps to identify locations where particular threats may be more concentrated relative to others and t ...

Principal Investigator : Jeffrey D. Kline

Wildland Fire and Fuels2013PNW
Photo of The Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge provides a wide variety of ecosystem services including clean water and air, wildlife habitat, and scenic beauty. Tom Iraci, Forest Service
ID: 72
Managing for Ecosystem Services on Public Land

New report provides an overview of how national forests can address ecosystem services and tradeoffs associated with forest management plans and ...

Principal Investigator : Jeffrey D. Kline

Resource Management and Use2012PNW
Photo of Private landowners in central Oregon. Paige Fischer, USDA Forest Service
ID: 661
Nonindustrial Private Forestland Owners Consider Fuel Conditions and Past Wildfire Occurrence in Their Risk Mitigation Decisions

A new landscape simulation model informs forest planning processes.

Principal Investigator : Jeffrey D. Kline

Wildland Fire and Fuels2014PNW
Photo of Managed forest land in western Oregon. A carbon offset sales program could encourage forest landowners to manage in ways that increase the amount carbon stored on their land. Jeff Kline, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 945
Potential Land Use and Forest Management Implications for a Carbon-offset Incentive Program

A new Forest Service study describes the potential implications for land use and management if a program where a forest owner could sell carbon ...

Principal Investigator : Jeffrey D. Kline

Resource Management and Use2016PNW
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 : Jeffrey D. Kline

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Resource Management and Use
2016PNW
Photo of The tradeoffs among carbon storage, wildlife habitat, and timber production depend on the specific management scenario that is used. USDA Forest Service.
ID: 763
Timber and Habitat Tradeoffs Associated with Managing West Cascades Forests to Increase Carbon Storage

A new analysis describes potential timber and wildlife habitat outcomes that could result from national forest policies and management intended ...

Principal Investigator : Jeffrey D. Kline

Resource Management and Use2015PNW