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Thomas Spies

Emeritus Scientist
3200 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis
Oregon
United States
97331-8550

Phone: 541-750-7354
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Research Highlights

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PNW-2016-36
Analyses of landscape management strategies for mixed-severity fire regime forests in Oregon, Washington, and Northern California leads to new management and policy paradigms for fire

Nine strategies aimed at reconciling potentially conflicting management goals for forests having mixed-severity fire regimes are being used in d ...

2016


PNW-2017-227
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 ...

2017


PNW-2017-216
How do old clearcuts affect old-growth?

The edge influence of past clearcutting on the structure of neighboring uncut old-growth forests is widespread and persistent. These indirect an ...

2017


PNW-2017-181
Managing fire-prone forests in multi-ownership landscapes

A Forest Service study reveals many new insights into a multi-ownership fire prone landscape in Oregon's eastern Cascade Range.. For example, fe ...

2017


PNW-2015-1
Synthesis on Mixed-Conifer Forest Science Provides Scientific and Practical Guidance to Landscape Restoration

Forest Service and university scientists developed a comprehensive synthesis of the best available science about mixed conifer forests in easter ...

2015


PNW-2016-39
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 ...

2016


PNW-2015-63
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 ...

2015


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