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Christy JA, McCain CN, Greene SE, Lippert J.D..  2014.  Fire effects in a montane wetland, central Cascade Range, Oregon. Madroño. 61:201-217.
Christy JA.  2014.  Wet meadow plant associations, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Harney County, Oregon [Year 2 report].. Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. :59.
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)
Creutzburg MK, Halofsky JS, Hemstrom MA.  2012.  Using state-and-transition models to project cheatgrass and juniper invasion in southeastern Oregon sagebrush steppe. Proceedings of the First Landscape State-and-Transition Simulation Modeling Conference, June 14–16, 2011, Portland, Oregon. :73-84.
Creutzburg MK, Henderson EB, Conklin DR.  2015.  Climate change and land management impact rangeland condition and sage-grouse habitat in southeastern Oregon. AIMS Environmental Science . 2(2):203-236.
Creutzburg MK, Hemstrom MA, McCune M.  2015.  Rio Grande National Forest - Modeling assessment of ecosystem integrity, systems, drivers & stressors. INR Report. :33.
Creutzburg MK, Halofsky JE, Halofsky JS, Christopher TA.  2014.  Climate Change and Land Management in the Rangelands of Central Oregon. Environmental Management.
Creutzburg MK, Scheller RM, Lucash MS, Evers LB, LeDuc SD, Johnson MG.  2015.  Bioenergy harvest, climate change, and forest carbon in the Oregon Coast Range. Global Change Biology Bioenergy.
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.
Crist PJ, Wise LK, Kagan J, Harkness M, Varley I, Comer PJ.  2011.  Vulnerability Assessment and Strategies for the Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge and Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge Complex.
Crist PJ, Venner M, Kagan J, Howie S, Gaines L.  2014.  Manager's Guide to the Integrated Ecological Framework. SHRP 2 Report. :66.
Crowe EA, Kovalchik BL, Kerr MJeannette.  2004.  Riparian and Wetland Vegetation of Central and Eastern Oregon.
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De Stefanis L.  2013.  An Interview with Richard Whitman.
Dent L, Salwasser H, Achterman G.  2005.  Environmental Indicators for the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds.
Dinsmore SJ, Lauten DJ, Castelein KA, Gaines EP, Stern MA.  2014.  Predator exclosures, predator removal, and habitat improvement increase nest success of Snowy Plovers in Oregon, USA. The Condor: Ornithological Applications. 116:619-628.
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.
Draheim R, Fiegener R, Gaines L.  2015.  Oregon Invasive Species Council Review. Final Report submitted to The Oregon Invasive Species Council and the Oregon Department of Agriculture. :37pages.
Duncan S, McComb B.C, Johnson K.N.  2010.  Integrating ecological and social ranges of variability in conservation of biodiversity: past, present, and future.. Ecology and Society. 15(1)
Duncan S.  2010.  The New Natural Resource Economy: Water, Markets, Opportunities.
Duncan JA, Burcsu T.  2012.  Landscape Development and Mule Deer Habitat in Central Oregon. Proceedings of the First Landscape State-and-Transition Simulation Modeling Conference, June 14–16, 2011, Portland, Oregon. :85-102.
Duncan S, Lurie SD.  2008.  Oregon Sustainable Agriculture Needs Analysis Final Report.
Duncan S, Lurie SD, Morgenstern K, Toth N, Bennet D, Fishler H.  2013.  EWEB’s Vision: Payments for Ecosystem Services through a Voluntary Incentives Program; An Innovative, Incentive-Based Approach for Preserving Water Quality in the McKenzie River Watershed.

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