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Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
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Kagan J, Boyd JE, Wilkinson J, Howie S, Womble P, Potter J.  2011.  Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Cost/Benefit (NCHRP 25-25/Task 67).
Environmental Law Institute, NatureServe, Institute for Natural Resources, Resources for the Future, Cambridge Systematics, Inc..  2010.  Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Cost/Benefit: Task 2: Evaluation and Selection of Approaches.
Environmental Law Institute, NatureServe, Institute for Natural Resources, Resources for the Future, Cambridge Systematics, Inc..  2011.  Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Cost/Benefit: Task 3: Comparison of the Ecological and Economic Outcomes of Traditional vs. Programmatic, Multi-Resource Based Approach.
Environmental Law Institute, NatureServe, Institute for Natural Resources, Resources for the Future, Cambridge Systematics, Inc..  2010.  Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Cost/Benefit: Task 1: Literature Review and Interviews.
Gaines L, Lurie SD, Ewing A.  2009.  Oregon BEST Biobased Products Rural Outreach Project.
OSU Chemical Engineering Department, Institute for Natural Resources, Environmental Strategies, LLC, Council NEnvironmen.  2007.  Oregon Biofuels and Biomass: Potential Project Survey Including Regulatory Barriers.
OSU Chemical Engineering Department, Oregon Wood Innovation Center.  2007.  Oregon Biofuels and Biomass: Woody Biomass in Oregon - Current Uses, Barriers and Opportunities for Increased Utilization, and Research Needs.
Gaines L, Walsh K, Risien J.  2011.  The Oregon Coastal and Marine Data Network Workshop, June 6-7, 2011.
Achterman G, Davis-Born R, Gaines L, Rolston I.  2005.  Oregon Coastal Community Water Supply Assessment.
Barns TM.  2010.  The Oregon Explorer Experience: An Internship with a Statewide Geospatial Atlas.
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.
Institute for Natural Resources, Oregon State University, Portland State University, University of Oregon, Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development, USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station.  2008.  The Oregon Land Use Program: An Assessment of Selected Goals.
Arha K, Salwasser H, Achterman G.  2003.  The Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds: A Perspective.
Bernell D, Behan J.  2003.  Oregon Scenic Waterways System: A Review and Assessment.
Institute for Natural Resources, Governor's Advisory Group on Global Warming.  2004.  Oregon Strategy for Greenhouse Gas Reductions.
Duncan S, Lurie SD.  2008.  Oregon Sustainable Agriculture Needs Analysis Final Report.
Behan J, Gaines L, Kagan JS, Klein M, Wainger L.  2017.  Outcome Measures for Habitat and Recreation Acquisition and Regulations: A Science-based Review. :122p..
Institute for Natural Resources, Marine Resources Management Program, Oregon Sea Grant.  2009.  OWEB Coastal Storm Assessment Final Report.
Institute for Natural Resources, Oregon State University Libraries.  2006.  Phase 1 Scoping for Oregon Orthoimagery Portal Application Project Completion Report.
Burnett KM, Giannico GR, Behan J.  2008.  A Pilot Test of Systematic Review Techniques: Evaluating Whether Wood Placements in Streams of the Pacific Northwest Affect Salmonid Abundance, Growth, Survival or Habitat Complexity.
Nielsen EM, Noone MD, Kagan J, Lee MT.  2013.  Pine Creek Conservation Area: 2013 Mapping and Monitoring Report. :138.
Kane R.  2004.  Plant-based Research and Application in the Northwest.
Achterman G, Aylward B, Duncan S, LaRocco G, Primozich D, Vickerman S.  2008.  Policy Cornerstones and Action Strategies for an Integrated Ecosystem Marketplace in Oregon.
Institute for Natural Resources.  2005.  Port of Portland: Long Term Environmental Goals Briefing Document.
Environmental Law Institute, Institute for Natural Resources, NatureServe, Resources for the Future, Cambridge Systematics, Inc..  2011.  A Practitioner’s Handbook: Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Through the Use of Progressive Approaches.

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