Found 295 results
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Christy JA, Wagner DH, Kofranek D.  2019.  Checklist of Mosses of Oregon. Institute for Natural Resources, Portland, Oregon. :39.
Christy JA.  2012.  Rare Plant Associations, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Sutton Recreation Area, and Heceta Sand Dunes ACEC/ONA.
Christy JA, Garvey M.  2015.  Existing vegetation and site observations at Killin Wetland, Washington County, Oregon. Oregon Biodiversity Information Center Report.
Christy JA.  2013.  Wet Meadow Plant Associations, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Harney County, Oregon. :73.
Christy JA, Wagner DH.  2014.  Checklist of Mosses of Oregon. Oregon Biodiversity Information Center, Institute for Natural Resources. :40.
Christy JA, Gaddis PK.  2015.  Historical and existing vascular and bryophyte flora, former Blue Heron Paper Mill, Willamette Falls, Oregon City, Oregon. Oregon Biodiversity Information Center Report.
Christy JA.  2004.  Native Freshwater Wetland Plant Associations of Northwestern Oregon.
Christy JA.  2012.  Habitat Changes in the Region, 1850-2010. Biodiversity Guide for the Greater Portland-Vancouver Region. :17-21.
Christy JA.  2014.  Limbella and Platylomella. Flora of North America. 28:317-319.
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, 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.
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.
Crist PJ, Wise LK, Kagan JS, 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 JS, 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.
Cushman K, Huff R, Lau H, Dewey R, Russell M.  2020.  Conservation Assessment for Fungi Included in Forest Service Region 6 Sensitive and BLM Oregon and Washington Special Status Species Programs: Appendix V. Descriptions of Ecosystem Scale Forest Mycology Experiments. Interagency Special Status and Sensitive Species Conservation Assessment. :16pp.
Cushman K, Huff R, Lau H, Dewey R, Russell M.  2020.  Conservation Assessment for Fungi Included in Forest Service Region 6 Sensitive and BLM Oregon and Washington Special Status Species Programs. Interagency Special Status and Sensitive Species Conservation Assessment. :45pp.
Cushman K, Huff R, Lau H, Dewey R, Russell M.  2020.  Conservation Assessment for Fungi Included in Forest Service Region 6 Sensitive and BLM Oregon and Washington Special Status Species Programs: Appendix IV. Table of species and results from the scientific literature. Interagency Special Status and Sensitive Species Conservation Assessment.
Cushman K, Huff R, Lau H, Dewey R, Russell M.  2020.  Conservation Assessment for Fungi Included in Forest Service Region 6 Sensitive and BLM Oregon and Washington Special Status Species Programs: Appendix III. Table of species, their classification, and important traits. Interagency Special Status and Sensitive Species Conservation Assessment.

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