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Parametrix, Inc., Venner Consulting, Institute for Natural Resources.  2012.  Expedited Planning and Environmental Review of Highway Projects. :122.
Christy JA, Garvey M.  2015.  Existing vegetation and site observations at Killin Wetland, Washington County, Oregon. Oregon Biodiversity Information Center Report.
Jarvis W. T, Stebbins A..  2012.  Examining Exempt Wells: Care for exempt wells provides opportunities for the water well industry.
Duncan S, Lurie SD, Morgenstern K, Toth N, Bennet D, Fishler H.  2013.  EWEB’s Vision: Payments for Ecosystem Services through a Voluntary Incentives Program; An Innovative, Incentive-Based Approach for Preserving Water Quality in the McKenzie River Watershed.
Alpert P, Kagan JS.  2019.  Evaluation of Lanphere / Ma-le'l Dunes, Humbolt County, California. Oregon Biodiversity Information Center, Institute for Natural Resources. :77.
Rupp DE, Abatzoglou JT, Hegewisch KC, Mote PW.  2013.  Evaluation of CMIP5 20th century climate simulations for the Pacific Northwest USA. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 118:10,884-10,906.
Dent L, Salwasser H, Achterman G.  2005.  Environmental Indicators for the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds.
Gaines EP, Dinsmore SJ, Murphy MT.  2020.  Effects of management for productivity on adult survival of Snowy Plovers. Journal of Field Ornithology.
Butler G, Cummings E, Harrison J, Overdevest J, Salas J, Comfort E, Eliis T, MacFarland K, Pfeiffer V, Smedstad J et al..  2010.  Ecosystem Services from Family Forestlands.
Hartwell R, Aylward B, Lurie SD, Van Dis K, Duncan S.  2010.  Ecosystem Service Market Development: The Role and Opportunity for Finance.
Fiegener R.  2013.  Ecosystem Commons: Gathering Place for a Community on Ecosystem Services. Progress Report Submitted to the US Forest Service. :21.
Institute for Natural Resources, Oregon Natural Heritage Information Center.  2008.  Ecological System Mapping of USGS Zones 2, 7, 8, and 9 in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and California.
Reeves GH, Duncan S.  2009.  Ecological history vs. social expectations: managing aquatic ecosystems.. Ecology and Society. 14(2)
Souder J.A., Tomaro L.M., Giannico GR, Behan J.  2018.  Ecological Effects of Tide Gate Upgrade or Removal: A Literature Review and Knowledge Synthesis. Report to Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board. :136.
Achterman G, Gaines L, Kagan JS.  2011.  Ecological Assessment Process and Credit System for Highway Capacity Projects. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2233(-1):128-134.
Institute for Natural Resources, NatureServe, Parametrix, Inc., CH2M HILL.  2012.  An Ecological Approach to Integrating Conservation and Highway Planning Volume 2.
Garcia ES.  2014.  Ecohydrologic modeling in three Western U.S. mountain watersheds : Implications of climate, soil, and carbon cycling interactions for streamflow. Geography. PhD:142.
Ochoa C.G., Caruso P., Ray T., Deboodt T., Jarvis W. T, Guldan S.J..  2018.  Ecohydrologic Connections in Semiarid Watershed Systems of Central Oregon USA. Water. 10(2):19.

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