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Christy JA.  2012.  Habitat Changes in the Region, 1850-2010. Biodiversity Guide for the Greater Portland-Vancouver Region. :17-21.
Williams J.  2014.  Habitat relationships of native and non-native fishes of the Willamette River, Oregon. Fisheries and Wildlife. MS:123.
Institute for Natural Resources, Oregon State University Libraries.  2009.  Hazards Explorer.
Gaines L, Kagan J.  2006.  The Heritage Program: 25 Years Old and Looking Ahead Assessing the Future of the Heritage Program: Final Report.
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.
Christy JA.  2002.  Historic vegetation of the Tualatin River Basin.. Exploring the Tualatin River Basin: a Nature and Recreation Guide.. :144.
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.
O. Hickman E, Christy JA.  2011.  Historical vegetation of central southwest Oregon, based on GLO survey notes : final report to USDI Bureau of Land Management, Medford District.
O. Hickman E, Christy JA.  2014.  Historical vegetation of the Tiller area, Douglas County, Oregon, based on GLO survey notes.. Report to Douglas County Commissioners, Roseburg, Oregon.. :80.
Christy JA, Alverson ER.  2011.  Historical Vegetation of the Willamette Valley, Oregon, circa 1850. Northwest Science. 85(2):93-107.
Christy JA.  2015.  History, Current Conditions, and Wetland Restoration at Killin Wetlands Natural Area, Washington County, Oregon. INR Report.
Bigelow DP.  2015.  How do population growth, land-use regulations, and precipitation patterns affect water use? A fine-scale empirical analysis of landscape change Applied Economics. PhD:199.
Bigelow DP, Plantinga A.J., Lewis DJ, Langpap C.  2017.  How Does Urbanization Affect Water Withdrawals? Insights from an Econometric-Based Landscape Simulation Land Economics. 93:413-436.
Christy JA, Alverson ER, Thomas D.W..  2015.  Huperzia miyoshiana (Makino) Ching new to Oregon, U.S.A.. American Fern Journal. 105:56-58.
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Institute for Natural Resources, Oregon State University Libraries.  2007.  Imagery Explorer.
Wise LK.  2016.  iNaturalist and iMapInvasives: Partners in Early Detection of Invasive Species. iMapInvasives Blog Post.
SB202 Task Force.  2016.  Independent Science Reviews for Natural Resources in the State of Oregon.
Garcia ES, Tague CL, Choate JS.  2013.  Influence of spatial temperature estimation method in ecohydrologic modeling in the Western Oregon Cascades. Water Resources Research. 49:1611-1624.
Gaines L, Lurie SD.  2007.  Innovation in Environmental Streamlining and Project Delivery: The Oregon State Bridge Delivery Program Final Report.
Jarvis W. T.  2015.  The Institute for Water & Watersheds Annual Technical Report FY 2014. National Institutes for Water Resources.
Gaines L, Hemstrom MA, Kagan J, Salwasser J.  2013.  Integrated Landscape Assessment Project Final Report. :54.
Duncan S, McComb B.C, Johnson K.N.  2010.  Integrating ecological and social ranges of variability in conservation of biodiversity: past, present, and future.. Ecology and Society. 15(1)
Jarvis W. T.  2012.  Integrating Groundwater Boundary Matters into Catchment Management.. The Dilemma of Boundaries: Toward a New Concept of Catchment.
Halofsky JE, Creutzburg MK, Hemstrom MA.  2014.  Integrating Social, Economic, and Ecological Values Across Large Landscapes. Pacific Northwest General Technical Report. :216.

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