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Behan J.  2004.  Salmon Anchor Habitats in Tillamook and Clatsop State Forests, Oregon: Science, Policy, and Economics: An Annotated Bibliography.
Gilles N.  2018.  Scarcity Amid Abundance in the Willamette River Basin. The Climate CIRCulator.
Institute for Natural Resources, Oregon Board of Forestry.  2011.  Science Review of the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Proposed Species of Concern Strategy and the Board of Forestry’s State Forests Performance Measures.
Oregon State University.  2004.  Scientific Consensus Statement on the Likely Impacts of Climate Change on the Pacific Northwest.
Jarvis W. T.  2018.  Scientific Mediation Through Serious Gaming Facilitates Transboundary Groundwater Cooperation. Water Resources IMPACT. 20(3):2.
Abbott MR, Bloomer S, Hanna S, Lubchenco J, Malouf RE, Rasmussen J, Rumrill S.  2005.  Scientific Review by the Marine Science Advisory Panel of Oregon University System Scientists of the US Commission on Ocean Policy: Preliminary Report for Governor Kulongoski's Oregon Response.
Jaeger W.K, Amos AL, Conklin DR, Langpap C, Moore KM, Plantinga A.J..  2019.  Scope and limitations of drought management within complex human-natural systems. Nature Sustainability.
Ewing A.  2010.  Seeking Balance in Oregon's Coastal River Aggregate Mining: How Do Scientists Inform the Permit Streamlining Process?
Vano JA, Kim JB, Rupp DE, Mote PW.  2015.  Selecting climate change scenarios using impact-relevant sensitivities. Geophysical Research Letters. 42:5516-5525.
Hockaday S., Jarvis W. T, Taha F..  2017.  Serious Gaming in Water. mediate.com.
Neumann PE.  2012.  Shallow aquifer storage and recovery (SASR): Regional management of underground water storage in hydraulically connected aquifer-stream systems. :37.
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.
Kagan JS, Cochran B, Maness N, Shilling F, Gaines L, Fiegener R, Howie S, Venner M, Bowen B.  2014.  SHRP2 CO6B Step 6: Crediting System Implementation.
J. Farrar D, Kotaich AA, Lauten DJ, Castelein KA, Gaines EP.  2012.  Snowy Plover Buried Alive by Wind-blown Sand. Western Birds. 43(3):189-191.
Olander L, Polasky S, Kagan JS, Johnston RJ, Wainger L, Saah D, Maguire L, Boyd JE, Yoskowitz D.  2017.  So you want your research to be relevant? Building the bridge between ecosystem services research and practice Ecosystem Services. 26, Part A:170-182.
Hibbard M, Lurie SD, Institute for Natural Resources, Institute for Policy Research and Innovation.  2010.  Socio-Economic Measures for Intensively Monitoring Watersheds: The Middle Fork John Day Effectiveness Monitoring Project: Year 2 Report. :1-52.
Chang H, Jung I-W, Steele M, Gannett M.  2012.  Spatial patterns of March and September streamflow trends in Pacific Northwest streams, 1958-2008. Geographical AnalysisGeographical Analysis. 44:177-201.
Christy JA.  2005.  Sphagnum Fens on the Oregon Coast: Diminishing Habitat and Need for Management. :38.
Garcia ES, Tague C.L.  2015.  Subsurface storage capacity influences climate–evapotranspiration interactions in three western United States catchments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19:4845-4858.
Institute for Natural Resources.  2008.  Systematic Review Pilot Project Final Report.

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