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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.
Noone MD, Murray MP.  2012.  Mapping Whitebark Pine at Crater Lake National Park. Nutcracker Notes. (23)
Noone MD, Kagan JS, Nielsen EM.  2013.  Western Juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) and Invasive Annual Grass Mapping in Eastern Oregon. :57.
Nolin AW.  2012.  Perspectives on Climate Change, Mountain Hydrology, and Water Resources in the Oregon Cascades, USA. Mountain Research and Development. 32:S35-S46.
Nolin AW, Sproles EA, Brown A.  2012.  Climate change impacts on snow and water resources in the Columbia, Willamette, and McKenzie River Basins, USA: A nested watershed study. Transboundary River Governance in the Face of Uncertainty : The Columbia River Treaty: A Project of the Universities Consortium on Columbia River Governance. :175-190.
Nielsen EM, Noone MD.  2014.  Tree cover mapping for assessing greater sage-grouse habitat in Eastern Oregon. INR Report. :10.
Nielsen EM, Copass C., Brunner RL, Wise LK.  2021.  Olympic National Park vegetation classification and mapping project report. National Park Service Natural Resource Report. :146pp.
Nielsen EM, Copass C, Brunner RL, Wise LK.  2021.  North Cascades National Park Complex vegetation classification and mapping project report. National Park Service Natural Resource Report. :144pp.
Nielsen EM, Noone MD, Kagan JS, Lee MT.  2013.  Pine Creek Conservation Area: 2013 Mapping and Monitoring Report. :138.
Nielsen EM, Copass C, Brunner RL, Wise LK.  2021.  Mount Rainier National Park vegetation classification and mapping project report. National Park Service Natural Resource Report. :146pp.
Neumann PE.  2012.  Shallow aquifer storage and recovery (SASR): Regional management of underground water storage in hydraulically connected aquifer-stream systems. Water Resources Science. MS:37.
Neumann PE.  2012.  Shallow aquifer storage and recovery (SASR): Regional management of underground water storage in hydraulically connected aquifer-stream systems. :37.
Najafi M.R, Moradkhani H..  2014.  A hierarchical Bayesian approach for the analysis of climate change impact on runoff extremes. Hydrological Processes. 28:6292-6308.
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Moore KM.  2015.  Optimizing reservoir operations to adapt to 21st century expectations of climate and social change in the Willamette River Basin, Oregon. Geography. PhD:183.
Monden T.  2022.  Internship with the Institute for Natural Resources. Louis Stokes Alliance & Minority Participation-Institute for Sustainable Solutions Climate Resilience Internship Program, Poster Presentation.
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)
McClure A.  2022.  Data Management, Input, and Mining of Pinus Albicaulis and Other Native Oregon Plant Species for INR. Louis Stokes Alliance & Minority Participation-Institute for Sustainable Solutions Climate Resilience Internship Program.
McCain CN, Christy JA.  2005.  Field Guide to Riparian Plant Communities in Northwestern Oregon.
Matthews SM, Green DS, J. Higley M, Rennie KM, Kelsey CM, Green RE.  2019.  Reproductive den selection and its consequences for fisher neonates, a cavity-obligate mustelid.
Massie MH, Wilson TM, Morzillo AT, Henderson EB.  2019.  Suitability of Natural Areas for Representing Ecological Change in the Pacific Northwest. Natural Areas Journal. 39(4):8.
Mason, Burce & Girard, Inc., Forest Econ, Inc., Institute for Natural Resources, Northwest Economic Research Center, PSU.  2012.  National Forest Health Restoration: An Economic Assessment of Forest Restoration on Oregon's Eastside National Forests.

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