Research findings from the Andrews Forest are published in journals, books, graduate student theses and dissertations, newsletters, technical publications, magazine articles, and poems, essays, and more. We compile publications related to the Andrews Forest and make them available through our online bibliography. If you're interested in our most recent publications, please jump down to Recent Publications. Some recent publications are highlighted in our Research Highlights section.

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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 those with a connection to the Andrews Forest. The newsletter highlights recent activities in research, education, management, outreach, and arts and humanities. Each issue highlights a student, a faculty member or a face from the past. We invite you to explore the Andrews Forest Newsletter page for current and archived issues.

Recent Publications

We invite you to explore our most recent publications to learn about current and ongoing activities. We update this list quarterly (last update: November 16, 2022). Additional publications can be found through our publications search or the search available in the top bar of the website.

Fletcher, Robert J.; Betts, Matthew G.; Damschen, Ellen I.; Hefley, Trevor J., Hightower, Jessica; Smith, Thomas A. H.; Fortin, Marie-Josée; Haddad, Nick M. 2023. Addressing the problem of scale that emerges with habitat fragmentation. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 00: 1-14. doi:

Gilles, Nathan . 2023. Study: Humidity, not rain, bigger problem for trees. The Columbian.

Jarecke, Karla M.; Hawkins, Linnia R.; Bladon, Kevin D.; Wondzell, Steven M. 2023. Carbon uptake by Douglas-fir is more sensitive to increased temperature and vapor pressure deficit than reduced rainfall in the western Cascade Mountains, Oregon, USA. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 329:109267. doi:

Senf, Rebecca. 2023. Trees, Humanity, and REACHING for the Light. Means & Matter. Sustainable Living.

Still, C J; Sibley, A; DePinte, D; Busby, P E; Harrington, C A; Schulze, M; Shaw, D R; Woodruff, D; Rupp, D E; Daly, C; Hammond, W M; Page, G F M. 2023. Causes of widespread foliar damage from the June 2021 Pacific Northwest Heat Dome: more heat than drought. Tree Physiology. 43(2): 203-209. doi:

Tosa, Marie I.; Lesmeister, Damon B.; Allen, Jennifer M.; Levi, Taal. 2023. Multi-locus DNA metabarcoding reveals seasonality of foraging ecology of western spotted skunks in the Pacific Northwest. Ecosphere. 14(1): e4386. doi:

Unknown. 2023. A Birding Interview with Eric Foresman. Birding Magazine. 54(8).

Unknown. 2023. Forest landslides’ frequency, size influenced more by road building, logging than heavy rain. Tech and Science Post.

Becker, Paige S.; Ward, Adam S.; Herzog, Skuyler P.; Wondzell, Steven. M. 2023. Testing hidden assumptions of representativeness in reach-scale studies of hyporheic exchange. Water Resources Research. 59: (e2022WR032718). doi:

Breda, Isabella. 2023. Study details how 2021 heat damaged evergreens. The Seattle Times, Seattle. February 13, 2023; Sect. A.

Chin, Alana R.O.; Hille Ris Lambers, Janneke; Franklin, Jerry F. 2023. Context matters: Natural tree mortality can lead to neighbor growth release or suppression. Forest Ecology and Management. 529: 120735. doi:

Goodman, Arianna C.; Segura, Catalina; Jones, Julia A.; Swanson, Frederick J. 2022. Seventy years of watershed response to floods and changing forestry practices in western Oregon, USA. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 1-16. doi:

NSF. 2022. Old-growth forests may offer temperature refugia for animals in a warming climate. NSF Research News. (November 29, 2022).

Penaluna, Brooke E.; Burnett, Jonathan D.; Christiansen, Kelly; Arismendi, Ivan; Johnson, Sherri L.; Griswold, Kitty; Holycross, Brett; Kolstoe, Sonja H. 2022. UPRLIMET: UPstream Regional LiDAR Model for Extent of Trout in stream networks. Scientific Reports. 12(1): 20266. doi:

Swartz, Allison; Warren, Dana. 2022. Wildfire in western Oregon increases stream temperatures, benthic biofilms, and juvenile coastal cutthroat trout size and densities with mixed effects on adult trout and coastal giant salamanders. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 80(3): 503-516. doi:

Tosa, Marie I.; Lesmeister, Damon B.; Levi, Taal. 2022. BARRED OWL PREDATION OF WESTERN SPOTTED SKUNKS. Northwestern Naturalist. 103(3): 250-256. doi:

Brackett, Amanda. 2022. The Effect of Canopy Cover and Wildfire Smoke on Near-Surface Temperatures. Corvallis: Oregon State University. 68 p. M.S. Thesis.

Gannon, Dustin G. 2022. Plant-Pollinator Interactions in a Changing World: Cryptic Specialization, Pollinator Movement, and Landscape Genetics of Pollinator-Dependent Plants. Corvallis: Oregon State University. 149 p. Ph.D. Dissertation.

URycki, Dawn R.; Bassiouni, Maoya ; Good, Stephen P.; Crump, Byron C.; Li, Bonan. 2022. The streamwater microbiome encodes hydrologic data across scales. Science of The Total Environment. 849: 157911. doi:

Liptzin, D.; Boy, J.; Campbell, J. L.; Clarke, N.; Laclau, J.-P.; Godoy, R.; et al. 2022. Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Atmospheric Deposition of Dissolved Organic Carbon. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 36: e2022GB007393. doi: