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    Ecosystem processes
    Acker, Steven A., Harcombe, Paul A., Harmon, Mark E., Greene, Sarah E. 2000
    Biomass accumulation over the first 150 years in coastal Oregon Picea-Tsuga forest
    Pub No: 2382

    Acker, Steven A., McKee, W. Arthur, Harmon, Mark E., Franklin, Jerry F. 1998
    Long-term research on forest dynamics in the Pacific Northwest: a network of permanent forest plots
    Pub No: 2123

    Antoine, Marie E. 2004
    An ecophysiological approach to quantifying nitrogen fixation by Lobaria oregana
    Pub No: 3759

    Bowling, D. R., McDowell, N. G., Welker, J. M., Bond, B. J., Law, B. E., Ehleringer, J. R. 2003
    Oxygen isotope content of CO2 in nocturnal ecosystem respiration: 2. Short-term dynamics of foliar and soil component fluxes in an old-growth ponderosa pine forest
    Pub No: 4103

    Bowling, David R., McDowell, Nate G., Bond, Barbara J., Law, Beverly E., Ehleringer, James R. 2002
    13C content of ecosystem respiration is linked to precipitation and vapor pressure deficit
    Pub No: 4104

    Boyle, James R. 1992
    Creating new visions of sustainable forestry
    Pub No: 1368

    Caldwell, Bruce A. 2005
    Enzyme activities as a component of soil biodiversity: a review
    Pub No: 4056

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

    Cohen, Warren B., Gower, Stith T., Turner, David P., Running, Steven W. 2001
    BigFoot project: assessing the quality of MODIS-derived surfaces related to the global carbon cycle
    Pub No: 3093

    Denslow, Julie S., Spies, Thomas 1990
    Canopy gaps in forest ecosystems: an introduction
    Pub No: 1133

    Dreher, David Marshall 2004
    Effects of input and redistribution processes on in-stream wood abundance and arrangement in Lookout Creek, western Cascade Range, Oregon
    Pub No: 3758

    Edmonds, Robert L., Binkley, Dan, Feller, Michael C., Sollins, Phillip, Abee, Albert, Myrold, David D. 1989
    Nutrient cycling: effects on productivity of Northwest forests
    Pub No: 949

    Forest Ecosystem Management Assessment Team [FEMAT] 1993
    Forest ecosystem management: an ecological, economic, and social assessment
    Pub No: 1450

    Franklin, Jerry F. 1990
    Biological legacies: a critical management concept from Mt. St. Helens
    Pub No: 1231

    Franklin, Jerry F. 1992
    Scientific basis for new perspectives in forests and streams
    Pub No: 1364

    Franklin, Jerry F., Bledsoe, Caroline S., Callahan, James T. 1990
    Contributions of the long-term ecological research program
    Pub No: 1058

    Franklin, Jerry F., Cromack, Kermit, Jr., Denison, William, McKee, Arthur, Maser, Chris, Sedell, James, Swanson, Fred, Juday, Glen 1981
    Ecological characteristics of old-growth Douglas-fir forests
    Pub No: 125

    Franklin, Jerry F., Halpern, Charles B. 1989
    Influence of biological legacies on succession
    Pub No: 1069

    Franklin, Jerry F., Maser, Chris 1988
    Looking ahead: some options for public lands
    Pub No: 872

    Franklin, Jerry F., Perry, David A., Schowalter, Timothy D., Harmon, Mark E., McKee, Arthur, Spies, Thomas A. 1989
    The importance of ecological diversity in maintaining long-term site productivity
    Pub No: 950

    Franklin, Jerry F., Spies, Thomas A. 1991
    Composition, function, and structure of old-growth Douglas-fir forests
    Pub No: 1242

    Franklin, Jerry F., Spies, Thomas A. 1991
    Ecological definitions of old-growth Douglas-fir forests
    Pub No: 1243

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

    Greenland, David, Bierlmaier, Frederick, Harmon, Mark, Jones, Julia, McKee, Arthur, Means, Joseph, Swanson, Frederick J., Whitlock, Cathy 2003
    Climate variability and ecosystem response at the H.J. Andrews Long-Term Ecological Research site
    Pub No: 3086

    Gregory, Stanley V., Lamberti, Gary A., Moore, Kelly M. S. 1989
    Influence of valley landforms on stream ecosystems
    Pub No: 1026

    Gregory, Stanley V., Swanson, Frederick J., McKee, W. Arthur, Cummins, Kenneth W. 1991
    An ecosystem perspective of riparian zones: focus on links between land and water
    Pub No: 954

    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., Franklin, Jerry F. 1989
    Understory development in Pseudotsuga forests: multiple paths of succession
    Pub No: 958

    Halpern, Charles B., Franklin, Jerry F., McKee, Arthur 1992
    Changes in plant species diversity after harvest of Douglas-fir forests
    Pub No: 1405

    Hansen, Andrew J., di Castri, Francesco 1992
    Landscape boundaries: consequences for biotic diversity and ecological flows
    Pub No: 1367

    Hansen, Andrew, Urban, Dean L., Marks, Barbara 1992
    Avian community dynamics: the interplay of landscape trajectories and species life histories
    Pub No: 1269

    Lattin, John D. 1993
    Arthropod diversity and conservation in old-growth Northwest forests
    Pub No: 1473

    Marshall, John D., Brooks, J. Renée, Lajtha, Kate 2007
    Sources of variation in the stable isotopic composition of plants
    Pub No: 4334

    McComb, William C., Spies, Thomas A., Emmingham, William H. 1993
    Douglas-fir forests: managing for timber and mature-forest habitat
    Pub No: 1505

    McKee, W. Arthur, Druliner, Pam 1998
    H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest [Brochure]
    Pub No: 2415

    McKee, W. Arthur, Druliner, Pam 2003
    H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest [Brochure]
    Pub No: 3654

    Meleason, Mark Alan 2001
    A simulation model of wood dynamics in Pacific Northwest streams
    Pub No: 2871

    Perry, D. A., Amaranthus, M. P., Borchers, J. G., Borchers, S. L., Brainerd, R. E. 1989
    Bootstrapping in ecosystems
    Pub No: 986

    Perry, D. A., Borchers, J. G., Turner, D. P., Gregory, S. V., Perry, C. R., Dixon, R. K., Hart, S. C., Kauffman, B., Neilson, R. P., Sollins, P. 1991
    Biological feedbacks to climate change terrestrial ecosystems as sinks and sources of carbon and nitrogen
    Pub No: 1268

    Perry, D. A., Meurisse, R., Thomas, B., Miller, R., Boyle, J., Means, J., Perry, C. R., Powers, R. F. 1989
    Maintaining the long-term productivity of Pacific Northwest forest ecosystems
    Pub No: 990

    Perry, David A. 1988
    An overview of sustainable forestry
    Pub No: 985

    Perry, David A., Maghembe, Jumanne 1989
    Ecosystem concepts and current trends in forest management: time for reappraisal
    Pub No: 993

    Roden, John S., Ehleringer, James R. 2000
    Hydrogen and oxygen isotope ratios of tree ring cellulose for field-grown riparian trees
    Pub No: 289

    Schoonmaker, Peter, McKee, Arthur 1988
    Species composition and diversity during secondary succession of coniferous forests in the western Cascade mountains of Oregon
    Pub No: 865

    Schowalter, T. D. 1989
    Canopy arthropod community structure and herbivory in old-growth and regenerating forests in western Oregon
    Pub No: 996

    Schowalter, T. D. 1991
    Roles of insects and diseases in sustaining forests
    Pub No: 1254

    Schowalter, T. D. 1994
    An ecosystem-centered view of insect and disease effects on forest health
    Pub No: 1792

    Schowalter, T. D., Lightfoot, D. C., Whitford, W. G. 1999
    Diversity of arthropod responses to host-plant water stress in a desert ecosystem in southern New Mexico
    Pub No: 2340

    Schowalter, T. D., Means, J. E. 1988
    Pest response to simplification of forest landscapes
    Pub No: 1000

    Sedell, James R., Bisson, Peter A., Swanson, Frederick J., Gregory, Stanley V. 1988
    What we know about large trees that fall into streams and rivers
    Pub No: 871

    Spies, Thomas A. 1991
    Current knowledge of old growth in the Douglas-fir region of western North America
    Pub No: 1220

    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. 1991
    The structure of natural young, mature, and old-growth Douglas-fir forests in Oregon and Washington
    Pub No: 1244

    Spies, Thomas A., Franklin, Jerry F. 1996
    The diversity and maintenance of old-growth forests
    Pub No: 1414

    Spies, Thomas A., Vogt, Kristiina A., Franklin, Jerry F., Van Pelt, Robert 1990
    Above- and below-ground response of coniferous ecosystems to tree-fall gaps
    Pub No: 1161

    Swanson, Fred 1996
    What is a flood? A report on the Andrews Forest flood pulse study
    Pub No: 2298

    Swanson, Frederick 1987
    Geomorphology and ecosystems
    Pub No: 699

    Swanson, Frederick J., Franklin, Jerry F. 1988
    The long-term ecological research program
    Pub No: 712

    Swanson, Frederick J., McKee, Arthur 1990
    Old-growth research at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest
    Pub No: 1156

    Turner, Monica G., Collins, Scott L., Lugo, Ariel L., Magnuson, John J., Rupp, T. Scott, Swanson, Frederick J. 2003
    Disturbance dynamics and ecological response: the contribution of long-term ecological research
    Pub No: 2861

    Wallin, David O., Swanson, Frederick J., Marks, Barbara 1994
    Landscape pattern response to changes in pattern generation rules: land-use legacies in forestry
    Pub No: 1579