Found 252 results
Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2017
Olander L, Characklis GW, Comer P, Effron M, Gunn J, Holmes T, Johnston R, Kagan J, Lehman W, Loomis J et al..  2017.  Data and Modeling Infrastructure for National Integration of Ecosystem Services into Decision Making: Expert Summaries. National Ecosystem Services Partnership Working Paper.
Dinsmore SJ, Gaines EP, Pearson SF, Lauten DJ, Castelein KA.  2017.  Factors affecting Snowy Plover chick survival in a managed population. The Condor: Ornithological Applications. 119(1):9.
Creutzburg MK, Scheller RM, Lucash MS, LeDuc SD, Johnson MG.  2017.  Forest management scenarios in a changing climate: trade-offs between carbon, timber, and old forest. Ecological Applications. 27(2):15.
Sproles EA, Roth TR, Nolin AW.  2017.  Future snow? A spatial-probabilistic assessment of the extraordinarily low snowpacks of 2014 and 2015 in the Oregon Cascades The Cryosphere. 11:10.
Bigelow DP, Plantinga A.J., Lewis DJ, Langpap C.  2017.  How Does Urbanization Affect Water Withdrawals? Insights from an Econometric-Based Landscape Simulation Land Economics. 93:413-436.
Olander L, Polasky S, Kagan JS, Johnston RJ, Wainger L, Saah D, Maguire L, Boyd J, Yoskowitz D.  2017.  So you want your research to be relevant? Building the bridge between ecosystem services research and practice Ecosystem Services. 26, Part A:170-182.
Jaeger W.K, Plantinga A.J., Langpap C., Bigelow DP, Moore KM.  2017.  Water, Economics, and Climate Change in the Willamette Basin, Oregon. OSU Extension Service. :105.
Wells G.  2017.  Willamette Water 2100: Dive deep into the future of water. Oregon's Agricultural Progress. Winter 2017
2016
Institute for Natural Resources.  2016.  2015 Year in Review. INR Report.
Turner DP, Conklin DR, Vache KB, Schwartz C, Nolin AW, Chang H, Watson E, Bolte JP.  2016.  Assessing mechanisms of climate change impact on the upland forest water balance of the Willamette River Basin, Oregon. Ecohydrology.
Institute for Natural Resources, EcoAdapt.  2016.  Available Science Assessment Project: Prescribed Fire and Climate Change in Northwest National Forests. Report to the Department of the Interior’s Northwest Climate Science Center.
Gleason KE, Nolin AW.  2016.  Charred forests accelerate snow albedo decay: parameterizing the post-fire radiative forcing on snow for three years following fire. Hydrological Processes. 30(21):3855–3870.
Ferguson L.  2016.  Collaborative science-stakeholder engagement: An annotated reference guide for scientific engagement with natural-resources practicioners. (ORESU-H16-001):17.
Lauten DJ, Castelein KA, J. Farrar D, Kotaich AA, Krygsman E, Gaines EP.  2016.  The Distribution and Reproductive Success of the Western Snowy Plover along the Oregon Coast - 2016. INR Report. :56.
Ferguson L, Chan S, Santelmann M, Tilt B.  2016.  Exploring participant motivations and expectations in a researcher-stakeholder engagement process: Willamette Water 2100. Landscape and Urban Planning. 157:447–456.
Gray AN, Hubner D, Lettman G, McKay N, Thompson J.  2016.  Forests, Farms & People: Land Use Change on Non-Federal Land in Oregon, 1974-2014.
Wise LK.  2016.  iNaturalist and iMapInvasives: Partners in Early Detection of Invasive Species. iMapInvasives Blog Post.
SB202 Task Force.  2016.  Independent Science Reviews for Natural Resources in the State of Oregon.
Olander L, Urban D, Johnston RJ, Van Houtven G, Kagan J.  2016.  Proposal for Increasing Consistency When Incorporating Ecosystem Services into Decision Making. National Ecosystem Services Partnership Policy Brief.
Oregon Biodiversity Information Center.  2016.  Rare, Threatened and Endangered Species of Oregon.
Cooper M.G., Nolin AW, Safeeq M.  2016.  Testing the recent snow drought as an analog for climate warming sensitivity of Cascades snowpacks. Environmental Research Letters. 11(8)
Chan F., Boehm A.B., Barth J.A., Chornesky E.A., Dickson A.G., Feely R.A., Hales B., Hill T.M., Hofmann G., Ianson D. et al..  2016.  The West Coast Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Science Panel: Major Findings, Recommendations, and Actions.
Christy JA.  2016.  Wet meadow plant associations, Double O Unit, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Harney County, Oregon. Oregon Biodiversity Information Center Report.

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