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    Soil erosion
    Dyrness, C. T. 1966
    Erodibility and erosion potential of forest watersheds
    Pub No: 325

    Harr, R. D. 1981
    Some characteristics and consequences of snowmelt during rainfall in western Oregon
    Pub No: 605

    Johnson, Michael G., Beschta, Robert L. 1980
    Logging, infiltration capacity, and surface erodibility in western Oregon
    Pub No: 576

    Johnson, Michael Gordon 1978
    Infiltration capacities and surface erodibility associated with forest harvesting activities in the Oregon Cascades
    Pub No: 538

    Larson, Keith R. 1981
    An evaluation of a procedure for predicting sediment yield increases from silvicultural activities
    Pub No: 607

    Larson, Keith R., Sidle, Roy C. 1980
    Erosion and sedimentation data catalog of the Pacific Northwest
    Pub No: 595

    McNabb, David H., Swanson, Frederick J. 1990
    Effects of fire on soil erosion
    Pub No: 1055

    Swanson, F. J., Dyrness, C. T. 1975
    Impact of clear-cutting and road construction on soil erosion by landslides in the western Cascade Range, Oregon
    Pub No: 491

    Swanston, D. N. 1974
    Slope stability problems associated with timber harvesting in mountainous regions of the western United States
    Pub No: 458

    Swanston, D. N. 1975
    Interpreting stability problems for the land manager
    Pub No: 478

    Swanston, D. N. 1975
    Road standards on steep terrain in the Pacific Northwest U.S.A. with suggestions for implementation
    Pub No: 477

    Swanston, Douglas N. 1978
    Prediction, prevention, and control of landslides on mountainous forest lands
    Pub No: 542

    Swanston, Douglas N. 1980
    Effect of geology on soil mass movement activity in the Pacific Northwest
    Pub No: 569

    Swanston, Douglas, Swanson, Frederick, Rosgen, David 1980
    Soil mass movement
    Pub No: 585