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    Community dynamics
    Acevedo, M. F., Urban, D. L., Ablan, M. 1995
    Transition and gap models of forest dynamics
    Pub No: 2222

    Busing, R. T. 1994
    Canopy cover and tree regeneration in old-growth cove forests of the Appalachian Mountains
    Pub No: 1808

    Busing, R.T. 1999
    Neighbor distance-weighting effects on spatial patterns simulated with a model of forest dynamics [Abstract]
    Pub No: 2681

    Busing, Richard T. 1995
    Disturbance and the population dynamics of Liriodendron tulipifera: simulations with a spatial model of forest succession
    Pub No: 2031

    Chen, Jiquan, Franklin, Jerry F., Spies, Thomas A. 1992
    Vegetation responses to edge environments in old-growth Douglas-fir forests
    Pub No: 1448

    Dale, Virginia H., Hemstrom, Miles 1984
    CLIMACS: a computer model of forest stand development for western Oregon and Washington
    Pub No: 93

    Dale, Virginia H., Hemstrom, Miles A., Franklin, Jerry F. 1984
    The effect of disturbance frequency on forest succession in the Pacific Northwest
    Pub No: 94

    DeBell, Dean S., Franklin, Jerry F. 1987
    Old-growth Douglas-fir and western hemlock: a 36-year record of growth and mortality
    Pub No: 3

    DeMars, Donald J., Herman, Francis R., Bell, John F. 1970
    Preliminary site index curves for noble fir from stem analysis data
    Pub No: 1733

    DeMars, Donald James 1969
    Polymorphic site index curves for noble fir from stem analysis data
    Pub No: 1734

    Edmonds, R. L. 1977
    Coniferous forest biome, summary of research and synthesis activities July 1975-August 1976
    Pub No: 1745

    Emmingham, William H. 1977
    Comparison of selected Douglas-fir seed sources for cambial and leader growth patterns in four western Oregon environments
    Pub No: 1748

    Franklin, Jerry F. 1982
    Forest succession research in the Pacific Northwest: an overview
    Pub No: 113

    Franklin, Jerry F., DeBell, Dean S. 1988
    Thirty-six years of tree population change in an old-growth Pseudotsuga-Tsuga forest
    Pub No: 17

    Franklin, Jerry F., Shugart, H. H., Harmon, Mark E. 1987
    Tree death as an ecological process: the causes, consequences, and variability of tree mortality
    Pub No: 79

    Gecy, J. Leslie, Wilson, Mark V. 1990
    Initial establishment of riparian vegetation after disturbance by debris flows in Oregon
    Pub No: 952

    Gecy, Jeanne Leslie 1988
    Propagule sources, disturbance characteristics and the initial establishment of riparian vegetation after debris flows
    Pub No: 721

    Gholz, H. L. 1978
    Assessing stress in Rhododendron macrophyllum through an analysis of leaf physical and chemical characteristics
    Pub No: 1830

    Gholz, Henry Lewis 1979
    Limits on aboveground net primary production, leaf area, and biomass in vegetational zones of the Pacific Northwest
    Pub No: 1832

    Gray, Andrew N., Spies, Thomas A. 1992
    Tree establishment in canopy openings in mature Douglas-fir forests
    Pub No: 1402

    Gray, Andrew N., Spies, Thomas A. 1996
    Gap size, within-gap position and canopy structure effects on conifer seedling establishment
    Pub No: 2260

    Gray, Andrew N., Spies, Thomas A. 1997
    Microsite controls on tree seedling establishment in conifer forest canopy gaps
    Pub No: 2261

    Halaj, Juraj, Ross, Darrell W., Moldenke, Andrew R. 1998
    Habitat structure and prey availability as predictors of the abundance and community organization of spiders in western Oregon forest canopies
    Pub No: 2575

    Halpern, Charles B. 1987
    Twenty-one years of secondary succession in Pseudotsuga forests of the western Cascade Range
    Pub No: 1322

    Halpern, Charles B. 1988
    Early successional pathways and the resistance and resilience of forest communities
    Pub No: 764

    Halpern, Charles B. 1989
    Early successional patterns of forest species: interactions of life history traits and disturbance
    Pub No: 956

    Halpern, Charles B., Smith, Bradley G., Franklin, Jerry F. 1991
    Forest and meadow communities of the Three Sisters Biosphere Reserve
    Pub No: 957

    Harcombe, P. A. 1986
    Stand development in a 130-year-old spruce-hemlock forest based on age structure and 50 years of mortality data
    Pub No: 41

    Hawk, G. M., Long, J. N., Franklin, J. F. 1982
    Relations between vegetation and environment
    Pub No: 137

    Hawk, Glenn Martin 1977
    Comparative study of temperate Chamaecyparis forests
    Pub No: 1864

    Hemstrom, Miles, Adams, Virginia Dale 1982
    Modeling long-term forest succession in the Pacific Northwest
    Pub No: 1872

    Herman, Francis R., Curtis, Robert O., DeMars, Donald J. 1978
    Height growth and site index estimates for noble fir in high-elevation forests of the Oregon-Washington Cascades
    Pub No: 144

    Herman, Francis R., DeMars, Donald J. 1970
    Techniques and problems of stem analysis of old-growth conifers in the Oregon-Washington Cascade Range
    Pub No: 1876

    Herman, Francis R., DeMars, Donald J., Woollard, Robert F. 1975
    Field and computer techniques for stem analysis of coniferous forest trees
    Pub No: 755

    King, George A., Tingey, David T. 1992
    Potential impacts of climate change on Pacific Northwest forest vegetation
    Pub No: 1234

    Klopsch, Mark W. 1985
    Structure of mature Douglas-fir stands in a western Oregon watershed and implications for interpretation of disturbance history and succession
    Pub No: 2156

    Long, J. N. 1982
    Productivity of western coniferous forests
    Pub No: 1899

    Mailly, D., Kimmins, J. P., Busing, R. T. 1999
    Disturbance and succession in a coniferous forest of northwestern North America: simulations with Dryades, a spatial gap model [Abstract]
    Pub No: 2680

    Mailly, D., Kimmins, J. P., Busing, R. T. 2000
    Disturbance and succession in a coniferous forest of northwestern North America: simulations with DRYADES, a spatial gap model
    Pub No: 2702

    Means, Joseph E. 1982
    Developmental history of dry coniferous forests in the central western Cascade Range of Oregon
    Pub No: 129

    Means, Joseph E. 1982
    Forest succession and stand development research in the Northwest. Proceedings of the symposium (part of the Northwest Scientific Association annual meetings)
    Pub No: 1919

    Miles, D. W. R., Swanson, F. J., Youngberg, C. T. 1984
    Effects of landslide erosion on subsequent Douglas-fir growth and stocking levels in the western Cascades, Oregon
    Pub No: 656

    Miles, Donald William Riggs 1983
    Impact of landslide erosion on tree growth and vegetation in the western Oregon Cascades
    Pub No: 1350

    Perry, D. A. 1985
    The competition process in forest stands
    Pub No: 1331

    Perry, D. A., Choquette, C., Schroeder, P. 1987
    Nitrogen dynamics in conifer-dominated forests with and without hardwoods
    Pub No: 2163

    Perry, David A., Choquette, Carolyn 1987
    Allelopathic effects on mycorrhizae: influence on structure and dynamics of forest ecosystems
    Pub No: 2165

    Pincheira, Martin Edward 2004
    Changes in population structure, mortality and biomass of trees in old-growth Sitka spruce/western hemlock stands on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington
    Pub No: 3754

    Schowalter, T. D., Hargrove, W. W., Crossley, D. A., Jr. 1986
    Herbivory in forested ecosystems
    Pub No: 1985

    Schowalter, T. D., Means, J. E. 1989
    Pests link site productivity to the landscape
    Pub No: 1128

    Sollins, P., Goldstein, R. A., Mankin, J. B. 1980
    10. Analysis of forest growth and water balance using complex ecosystem models
    Pub No: 2008

    Spies, Thomas A., Cline, Steven P. 1988
    Coarse woody debris in forests and plantations of coastal Oregon
    Pub No: 870

    Spies, Thomas A., Franklin, Jerry F. 1988
    Old growth and forest dynamics in the Douglas-fir region of western Oregon and Washington
    Pub No: 743

    Spies, Thomas A., Franklin, Jerry F., Thomas, Ted B. 1988
    Coarse woody debris in Douglas-fir forests of western Oregon and Washington
    Pub No: 763

    Spies, Thomas A., Hemstrom, Miles A., Youngblood, Andrew, Hummel, Susan 2006
    Conserving old-growth forest diversity in disturbance-prone landscapes
    Pub No: 4085

    Stephenson, Nathan L., van Mantgem, Phillip J. 2005
    Forest turnover rates follow global and regional patterns of productivity
    Pub No: 3558

    Stewart, Glenn H. 1984
    Forest structure and regeneration in the Tsuga heterophylla-Abies amabilis transition zone, central western Cascades, Oregon
    Pub No: 2014

    Stewart, Glenn H. 1986
    Forest development in canopy openings in old-growth Pseudotsuga forests of the western Cascade Range, Oregon
    Pub No: 53

    Stewart, Glenn H. 1986
    Population dynamics of a montane conifer forest, western Cascade Range, Oregon, USA
    Pub No: 54

    Taylor, Alan H. 1990
    Disturbance and persistence of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong) Carr.) in coastal forests of the Pacific Northwest
    Pub No: 1082

    Vale, Thomas R. 1981
    Tree invasion of montane meadows in Oregon
    Pub No: 2188

    Waring, R. H. 1980
    Site, leaf area, and phytomass production in trees
    Pub No: 2058

    Waring, R. H. 1980
    Vital signs of forest ecosystems
    Pub No: 2059

    Waring, R. H. 1987
    Characteristics of trees predisposed to die
    Pub No: 2190

    Waring, R. H., Schlesinger, W. H. 1985
    Forest ecosystems: concepts and management
    Pub No: 2068

    Waring, Richard H. 1971
    The development of a distribution- and growth-prediction model for the environmental grid
    Pub No: 2070

    Waring, Richard H. 1980
    Forests: fresh perspectives from ecosystem analysis. Proceedings of the 40th annual biology colloquium
    Pub No: 2072

    Zobel, Donald B. 1975
    Local variation in intergrading Abies grandis-Abies concolor populations in the central Oregon Cascades. 3: Timing of growth and stomatal characteristics in relation to environment
    Pub No: 2090