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Christy JA.  2002.  Historic vegetation of the Tualatin River Basin.. Exploring the Tualatin River Basin: a Nature and Recreation Guide.. :144.
Report
Institute for Natural Resources, EcoAdapt.  2016.  Available Science Assessment Project: Prescribed Fire and Climate Change in Northwest National Forests. Report to the Department of the Interior’s Northwest Climate Science Center.
Olander L, Characklis GW, Comer PJ, Effron M, Gunn J, Holmes T, Johnston RJ, Kagan J, Lehman W, Loomis J et al..  2017.  Data and Modeling Infrastructure for National Integration of Ecosystem Services into Decision Making: Expert Summaries. National Ecosystem Services Partnership Working Paper.
Lauten DJ, Castelein KA, Weston S, Eucken K, Gaines EP.  2006.  The Distribution and Reproductive Success of the Western Snowy Plover along the Oregon Coast - 2006.
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, Van Dis K, Lurie SD, Duncan S, Ewing A.  2010.  Financing Mechanisms that Advance Ecosystem Service Markets and Promote Rural Sustainability.
Environmental Law Institute, NatureServe, Institute for Natural Resources, Resources for the Future, Cambridge Systematics, Inc..  2010.  Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Cost/Benefit: Task 2: Evaluation and Selection of Approaches.
Environmental Law Institute, NatureServe, Institute for Natural Resources, Resources for the Future, Cambridge Systematics, Inc..  2011.  Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Cost/Benefit: Task 3: Comparison of the Ecological and Economic Outcomes of Traditional vs. Programmatic, Multi-Resource Based Approach.
Environmental Law Institute, NatureServe, Institute for Natural Resources, Resources for the Future, Cambridge Systematics, Inc..  2010.  Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Cost/Benefit: Task 1: Literature Review and Interviews.
Gaines L, Lurie SD, Ewing A.  2009.  Oregon BEST Biobased Products Rural Outreach Project.
OSU Chemical Engineering Department, Institute for Natural Resources, Environmental Strategies, LLC, Council NEnvironmen.  2007.  Oregon Biofuels and Biomass: Potential Project Survey Including Regulatory Barriers.
Environmental Law Institute, Institute for Natural Resources, NatureServe, Resources for the Future, Cambridge Systematics, Inc..  2011.  A Practitioner’s Handbook: Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Through the Use of Progressive Approaches.
Ewing A.  2010.  Seeking Balance in Oregon's Coastal River Aggregate Mining: How Do Scientists Inform the Permit Streamlining Process?