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    Berntsen, Carl M. 1958
    A test planting of 2-0 and 3-0 Douglas-fir trees on a steep south slope
    Pub No: 1688

    Christy, E. Jennifer, Sollins, Phillip, Trappe, James M. 1982
    First-year survival of Tsuga heterophylla without mycorrhizae and subsequent ectomycorrhizal development on decaying logs and mineral soil
    Pub No: 1715

    Franklin, Jerry F. 1962
    Corkbark fir for Christmas trees
    Pub No: 107

    Franklin, Jerry F., Rothacher, Jack S. 1962
    Are your seedlings being buried?
    Pub No: 1812

    Franklin, Jerry F., Smith, Clark E. 1974
    Seeding habits of upper-slope tree species: 2. Dispersal of a mountain hemlock seedcrop on a clearcut
    Pub No: 118

    Franklin, Jerry F., Smith, Clark E. 1974
    Seeding habits of upper-slope tree species: 3. Dispersal of white and Shasta red fir seeds on a clearcut
    Pub No: 119

    Franklin, Jerry Forest 1961
    Regeneration patterns on some modified staggered-setting clearcuts on the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest
    Pub No: 1779

    Gashwiler, Jay S. 1971
    Emergence and mortality of Douglas-fir, western hemlock, and western redcedar seedlings
    Pub No: 1824

    Gashwiler, Jay S., Ward, A. Lorin 1968
    Oregon junco foods in coniferous forests
    Pub No: 1828

    Harmon, Mark E. 1987
    The influence of litter and humus accumulations and canopy openness on Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr. and Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg. seedlings growing on logs
    Pub No: 15

    Harmon, Mark E., Franklin, Jerry F. 1989
    Tree seedlings on logs in Picea - Tsuga forests of Oregon and Washington
    Pub No: 884

    Koo, Chang Duck 1989
    Water stress, fertilization and light effects on the growth of nodulated, mycorrhizal red alder seedlings
    Pub No: 928

    Krueger, Kenneth W., Ruth, Robert H. 1968
    Photosynthesis of red alder, Douglas-fir, Sitka spruce, and western hemlock seedlings [Abstract]
    Pub No: 812

    Krueger, Kenneth W., Ruth, Robert H. 1969
    Comparative photosynthesis of red alder, Douglas-fir, Sitka spruce, and western hemlock seedlings
    Pub No: 202

    Krygier, James T., Ruth, Robert H. 1961
    Effect of herbicides on salmonberry and on Sitka spruce and western hemlock seedlings
    Pub No: 814

    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

    Minore, Don 1968
    Effects of artificial flooding on seedling survival and growth of six northwestern tree species
    Pub No: 752

    Minore, Don 1970
    Seedling growth of eight northwestern tree species over three water tables
    Pub No: 749

    Minore, Don 1986
    Germination, survival and early growth of conifer seedlings in two habitat types
    Pub No: 150

    Minore, Don, Smart, Alan W. 1978
    Frost tolerance in seedlings of Vaccinium membranaceum, Vaccinium globulare, and Vaccinium deliciosum
    Pub No: 199

    Rothacher, Jack S., Franklin, Jerry F. 1964
    Fertilizer pellets improve growth of planted Douglas-fir on an unfavorable site
    Pub No: 312

    Ruth, Robert Harvey 1968
    Differential effect of solar radiation on seedling establishment under a forest stand
    Pub No: 839

    Schoenberger, M. Meyer, Perry, D. A. 1982
    The effect of soil disturbance on growth and ectomycorrhizae of Douglas-fir and western hemlock seedlings: a greenhouse bioassay
    Pub No: 1984

    Silen, Roy R. 1956
    Use of temperature pellets in regeneration research
    Pub No: 2000

    Silen, Roy Ragnar 1960
    Lethal surface temperatures and their interpretation for Douglas-fir
    Pub No: 2002

    Sorensen, Frank C., Franklin, Jerry F., Woollard, Robert 1976
    Self-pollination effects on seed and seedling traits in noble fir
    Pub No: 195

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

    Sullivan, Michael J. 1978
    Regeneration of tree seedlings after clearcutting on some upper-slope habitat types in the Oregon Cascade Range
    Pub No: 148

    Sullivan, Michael James 1976
    Stocking levels and seedling heights on clearcuts in relation to habitat type in the western Cascades of Oregon
    Pub No: 2026

    Tarrant, Robert F. 1956
    Effect of slash burning on some soils of the Douglas-fir region
    Pub No: 2038

    Tarrant, Robert F., Wright, Ernest 1955
    Growth of Douglas-fir seedlings after slash burning
    Pub No: 2039

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

    Williamson, Denis M., Minore, Don 1978
    Survival and growth of planted conifers on the Dead Indian Plateau east of Ashland, Oregon
    Pub No: 745

    Wood, David M., del Moral, Roger 1987
    Mechanisms of early primary succession in subalpine habitats on Mount St. Helens
    Pub No: 85

    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

    Zobel, Donald B., Antos, Joseph A. 1986
    Survival of prolonged burial by subalpine forest understory plants
    Pub No: 58

    Zobel, Donald B., McKee, W. Arthur, Hawk, Glenn M., Dyrness, C. T. 1973
    Variation in air and soil temperatures in forest communities on the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, 1970-1972
    Pub No: 2093