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Spring 2016
  • Conservation Ethics
  • Old-growth forests may buffer temperature
  • Forest on Display
  • Reflections: Arts and Humanities
  • Tracking Snowmelt

The Andrews Forest Newsletter is published semi-annually as a means of communicating with the large community of present and former students, scientists, land managers, and others with a connection to the Andrews Forest. If you know of someone who might be interested in this newsletter, please forward this link.

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Andrews Forest Newsletter
Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society
330 Richardson Hall
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-5752

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Fall 2015
  • Stream Ecology Studies 2015 Drought
  • Canopy Ecology
  • SEEDS Visits the Andrews Forest
  • Reflections: Strides in Arts and Humanities
  • The 2015 All Scientists Meeting

Spring 2015
  • A Century of Forest Change
  • Using Maps to Study Birds
  • Season Trackers
  • Reflections: Abstract Art
  • WNF: Charting a Path Forward

Fall 2014
  • Andrews LTER Funded 6 Years More
  • Undergraduate Researchers
  • Major Research Grants
  • Andrews Archive
  • Reflections: Photography



Spring 2014
  • Stories from Long-Term Science
  • Wood Decomposition OPUS
  • Spotted Owl Discussions
  • OspreyCam

Fall 2013
  • Andrews History Project
  • Fifty Years of Vegetation Change
  • The Human Dimension
  • Bunchgrass Meadow

Spring 2013
  • Andrews Forest Children's Book
  • Tracking the Greening of Spring
  • Trends in Stream Nitrogen
  • Reflections display at NSF in D.C.

Fall 2012
  • 60 Years of Research
  • Paradox of Cooling Streams
  • New Lead Principal Investigator
  • Ecological Forestry
  • GREENHouse


Andrews Forest Newsletter
Spring 2012
  • Decadal Reporting on LTER
  • Radioactive Fallout and NADP
  • Leadership Transition
  • Landslide
  • GREENHouse

Fall 2011
  • Tall TreesWireless Cloud
  • New Map
  • Network Science
  • Research Experience for Undergraduates




Spring 2011
  • Stream Chemistry
  • Visiting Scholars
  • The Hidden Forest
  • Linking Land Managers and Researchers
  • Long-Term Ecological Reflection



Fall 2010
  • Centennial Plot Reading
  • Silvicultureā€”From Study to Practice
  • Cooperative Extension and Research
  • Climate Change Adaptation Strategies
  • Research Experience for Teachers

Spring 2010
  • Water Movement Through Soil
  • Early Seral Forests
  • New Willamette National Forest Supervisor
  • Mind in the Forest
  • New Building at the Forest


Fall 2009
  • LiDAR
  • LTER All Scientists Meeting
  • Long-Term Community Research
  • Species Response to Climate Change
  • Teachers as Researchers



Spring 2009
  • Beetles Go Digital
  • Tree Mortality Across the West
  • Hidden Climate Variability at the Forest
  • New Forest Director
  • Water in a Changing World



Fall 2008
  • Canopy Connections
  • New Funding for Research
  • Physical and Virtual Access
  • Reflections
  • Lookout Creek Old-Growth Trail


Spring 2008
  • Microbial Observatory
  • Andrews Forest Anniversary
  • LINX II Nitrate and Streams
  • Prescribed Fire

Fall 2007
  • DIRT Experiment
  • Andrews Forest History Book
  • Summer Institute
  • LTEReflections

Spring 2007
  • Decomposition Experiment
  • New Truffle Species
  • Experimental Forests Research
  • Research Experience for Teacher

Fall 2006
  • "The Hidden Forest" book
  • Log Decomposition Experiment
  • Link with Humanities
  • Franklin Receives Heinz Award
  • The Andrews Forest Fund