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Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Journal Article
Robinson CJ, Margerum RD, Koontz TM, Moseley C, Lurie SD.  2011.  Policy-Level Collaboratives for Environmental Management at the Regional Scale: Lessons and Challenges From Australia and the United States. Society & Natural Resources. 24(8):849-859.
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.
Bisrat SA, White MA, Beard KH, Cutler RD.  2011.  Predicting the distribution potential of an invasive frog using remotely sensed data in Hawaii. Diversity and Distributions.
Turner DP, Conklin DR, Bolte JP.  2015.  Projected climate change impacts on forest land cover and land use over the Willamette River Basin, Oregon, USA. Climatic Change. 133(2):335–348.
Peck JLE, Christy JA.  2006.  Putting the stewardship concept into practice: Commercial moss harvest in Northwestern Oregon, USA. Forest Ecology and Management. 225(1-3):225-233.
Kanaga MK, Ryel RJ, Mock KE, Pfrender ME.  2008.  Quantitative-genetic variation in morphological and physiological traits within a quaking aspen ( Populus tremuloides ) population. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 38(6):1690-1694.
Mitchell R.J, Duncan S.  2009.  Range of variability in southern coastal plain forests: its historical, contemporary, and future role in sustaining biodiversity. Ecology and Society. 14(1)
Gabrielli C.P., McDonnell J.J., Jarvis W. T.  2012.  The role of bedrock groundwater in rainfall–runoff response at hillslope and catchment scales. Journal of Hydrology. 450-451:117-133.
Vano JA, Kim JB, Rupp DE, Mote PW.  2015.  Selecting climate change scenarios using impact-relevant sensitivities. Geophysical Research Letters. 42:5516-5525.
J. Farrar D, Kotaich AA, Lauten DJ, Castelein KA, Gaines EP.  2012.  Snowy Plover Buried Alive by Wind-blown Sand. Western Birds. 43(3):189-191.
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.
Chang H, Jung I-W, Steele M, Gannett M.  2012.  Spatial patterns of March and September streamflow trends in Pacific Northwest streams, 1958-2008. Geographical AnalysisGeographical Analysis. 44:177-201.
Garcia E.S, Tague C.L.  2015.  Subsurface storage capacity influences climate–evapotranspiration interactions in three western United States catchments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19:4845-4858.
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)
Thompson J.R, Duncan S, Johnson K.N.  2008.  Is there potential for the historical range of variability to guide conservation given the social range of variability? Ecology and Society. 14(1)
Jaeger W.K, Plantinga A.J., Chang H, Dello K., Grant G., Hulse D, McDonnell J.J, Lancaster S., Moradkhani H, Morzillo AT et al..  2013.  Toward a formal definition of water scarcity in natural-human systems. Water Resources Research. 49:4506–4517.
Jarvis W. T.  2014.  Transboundary Governance of Groundwater and Aquifers –- You Can’t Separate One From the Other. Water Resources IMPACT. 16(6):6-9.
Ferguson LB, Chan S, Santelmann M, Tilt B.  2018.  Transdisciplinary research in water sustainability: What’s in it for an engaged researcher-stakeholder community? Water Alternatives. 11(1)
Chang H, Jung I-W, Strecker A, Wise D, Lafrenz M, Shandas V, Moradkhani H, Yeakley A, Pan Y, Bean R et al..  2013.  Water supply, demand, and quality indicators for assessing the spatial distribution of water resource vulnerability in the Columbia River Basin. Atmosphere-Ocean. 51(4):1-18.
Root HT, McCune M, McCune B.  2013.  Wind Farm Potential is Higher in Prime Habitat for Uncommon Soil Crust Lichens. Ecological Processes. 2:10:8.