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Buechling A, Alverson ER, Kertis J, Fitzpatrick G.  2008.  Classification of Oak Vegetation in the Willamette Valley. :71.
Kagan JS, Brunner RL, Christy JA.  2019.  Classification of native vegetation of Oregon - 2019. Institute for Natural Resources, Portland State University, Portland, OR. :109pp.
Kagan JS, Christy JA, Murray MP, Titus JA.  2004.  Classification of Native Vegetation of Oregon.
Gleason KE, Nolin AW, Roth TR.  2013.  Charred forests increase snowmelt: Effects of burned woody debris and incoming solar radiation on snow ablation. Geophysical Research Letters. 40:4654–4661.
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 LB.  2015.  Characterizing and assessing the researcher-stakeholder engagement process for water sustainability: The Willamette Water 2100 Project. Marine Resources Management. MS:177.
Burcsu T, Halofsky JS, Bisrat SA, Christopher TA, Creutzburg MK, Henderson EB, Hemstrom MA.  2012.  Chapter 2: Dynamic Vegetation Modeling of Forest, Woodland, Shrubland, and Grassland Vegetation Communities in the Pacific Northwest and Southwest Regions of the United States.
Lurie SD.  2011.  The CALFED Bay-Delta Program: Lessons from the Rise and Fall of a Large-Scale Ecosystem Management Network. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research. 3(3):251-262.
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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.
Gregg R.M., Reynier W., Gaines L, Behan J.  2018.  Available Science Assessment Process (ASAP): Sea Level Rise in the Pacific Northwest and Northern California. Report to the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center.
Atkinson M.  2014.  Attitudes toward water allocation policy in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Natural Resources. MS:91.
Salwasser J, Murray-Rust C.  2002.  Assessing the Need for a Natural Resources Digital Library. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship.
Halofsky JE, Hemstrom MA, Conklin DR, Halofsky JS, Kerns BK, Bachelet D.  2013.  Assessing potential climate change effects on vegetation using a linked model approach. Ecological Modelling. 266:131-143.
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.
Kagan JS, Borsuk M, Calder R, Creutzburg MK, Mason S, Olander L, Plantinga A.J., Robinson C.  2019.  Assessing Ecosystem Service Benefits from Military Installations. Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program, Project Number: RC18-1604.
Vickerman S, Kagan JS.  2014.  Assessing ecological integrity across jurisdictions and scales. Workshop Paper. :38.
Noone MD, Sader SA, Legaard KR.  2012.  Are Forest Disturbance Rates and Composition Influenced by Changing Ownerships, Conservation Easements, and Land Certification? Forest Science. 58(2):119–129.
Behan J, Crawford S, Kleiner E.  2005.  Applying Systematic Evidence Reviews in Oregon Forest Policy: Opportunities and Challenges.
Jaeger W.K, Plantinga A., Haggerty R., Langpap C.  2014.  Anticipating water scarcity with climate change in the U.S. Pacific Northwest using a landscape model of a coupled natural-human system. Fifth World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists.

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