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Long-Term Ecological Reflections

Works from/about Reflections by us

Chapin T, Kratz T, Swanson F. 2007. LTER sites engage the Arts and Humanitites Long-Term Ecological Research Network Newsletter (Fall 2007).

Goodrich C, Moore KD, Swanson FJ. 2008. In the Blast Zone: Catastrophe and Renewal on Mount St. Helens. Oregon State University Press.

Swanson FJ, Goodrich C, Moore KD. 2008. Bridging Boundaries: Scientists, Creative Writers, and the Long View of the Forest.Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6(9):499-504.

Articles about Reflections by others

Bazilchuk N. 2006. Right Brain-Left Brain Conservation. Conservation Magazine 7(1):36-37.

Bement, A. 2005. From New Sight to Foresight: The Long View on the Environment. An excert from a speech by the Director of the National Science Foundation (NSF), referencing the LTEReflections program, presented to National Council for Science and the Environment on Feb. 4, 2005.

Houtman N. Spring 2006. 20/20 Vision. Terra: A world of research and creativity at Oregon State University.

Thompson J. 2008. Long-Term Ecological Reflections: Writers, Philosophers, and Scientists Meet in the Forest. Science Findings. Issue 105. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.

Reviews of In the Blast Zone

Donato, D. 2008. Reviews. Oregon Historical Quarterly 109(4). Portland, OR.

Hall, B. 2008. Blast Zone� shows St. Helens� dynamics. OSU writers team up on book sharing reactions to mountain. Corvallis GazetteTimes.

Mason, A. 2008. Catastrophe or nature�s process. High Country News. Paonia, CO.

Martien, J. (date?). After the Blast. Arcata, CA.

Ecocritical Studies of the Reflections Program

Rob Hoshaw, Masters student at University of Oregon in creative writing and environmental studies, wrote a MS thesis, The Contribution of Reflective Writing to Ecological Awareness, at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, which includes critical analysis of the works of selected writers in residence.