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.

Brambilla, Mattia; Betts, Matthew G.; Bradter, Ute; Kim, Hankyu; Laiolo, Paola; Sattler, Thomas. 2023. Modelling Large-Scale Patterns in Mountain Bird Diversity and Distributions. In: Ecology and Conservation of Mountain Birds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 8.296-335. doi:

Cerullo, Gianluca; Barlow, Jos; Betts, Matthew; Edwards, David; Eyres, Alison; França, Filipe; Garrett, Rachael; Swinfield, Thomas; Tew, Eleanor; White, Thomas; Balmford, Andrew. 2023. The global impact of EU forest protection policies. Science. 381(6659): 740. doi:

Emick, Ethan; Babcock, Chad; White, Grayson W.; Hudak, Andrew T.; Domke, Grant M.; Finley, Andrew O. 2023. An approach to estimating forest biomass while quantifying estimate uncertainty and correcting bias in machine learning maps. Remote Sensing of Environment. 295: 113678. doi:

Hadella, Lucia; Rapp, Claire; Arismendi, Ivan; Nelson, Michael Paul. 2023. An examination of race/ethnicity, gender, and employer affiliations on university natural resource program advisory boards. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. doi:

Hidzick, Maxim Seiji. 2023. Effect of Fire Severity on Forest Development in a Mature Douglas-fir Forest in Western Oregon. Corvallis: Oregon State University. 24 p. Honors B.S.

Markiewicz, Julie; Goralnik, Lissy; O’Connell, Kari. 2023. Screens on Trails: Digital Environmental Science, Arts, and Humanities Learning for Biocultural Conservation. In: Rozzi, R., Tauro, A., Avriel-Avni, N., Wright, T., May Jr., R.H. (eds). Field Environmental Philosophy. Ecology and Ethics, vol 5. 33.555-576. doi:

Moore, Kathleen Dean; Nelson, Michael Paul. 2023. The perilous and important art of definition: the case of the old-growth forest. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 21(6): 264-265. doi:

Mukherjee, Sourav; Amatya, Devendra M.; Jalowska, Anna M.; Campbell, John L.; Johnson, Sherri L.; Elder, Kelly; Panda, Sudhanshu; Grace, Johnny M.; Kikoyo, Duncan. 2023. Comparison of on-site versus NOAA’s extreme precipitation intensity-duration-frequency estimates for six forest headwater catchments across the continental United States. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. doi:

Nalamalapu, Vishva. 2023. The Sleepless Forest Observers. MIT Scope. 30pp.

Richie, Marina. 2023. Treasures in the canopy. (JULY/AUGUST 2023): 22-29.

Swanson, Frederick J. 2023. The H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest Long-Term Ecological Research Program, Oregon, USA: A Historical Biocultural Perspective. In: Rozzi, R., Tauro, A., Avriel-Avni, N., Wright, T., May Jr., R.H. (eds). Field Environmental Philosophy. Ecology and Ethics, vol 5:32, 532-554. doi:

The Confluence Lab. 2023. Ground Truths [web]. Stories of Fire Online Exhibition Series Part I.

Valente, Jonathon J.; Gannon, Dustin G.; Hightower, Jessica; Kim, Hankyu; Leimberger, Kara G.; Macedo, Rossana; Rousseau, Josée S.; Weldy, Matthew J.; Zitomer, Rachel A.; Fahrig, Lenore; Fletcher, Robert J.; Wu, Jianguo; Betts, Matthew G. 2023. Toward conciliation in the habitat fragmentation and biodiversity debate. Landscape Ecology. 14pp. doi:

Gill, A. L.; Grinder, R. M.; See, C. R.; Chapin, F. S.; DeLancey, L. C.; Fisk, M. C.; Groffman, P. M.; Harms, T.; Hobbie, S. E.; Knoepp, J. D.; Knops, J. M. H.; Mack, M.; Reich, P. B.; Keiser, A. D. 2023. Soil carbon availability decouples net nitrogen mineralization and net nitrification across United States Long Term Ecological Research sites. Biogeochemistry. 162(1): 13-24. doi:

Johnson, K. Norman; Franklin, Jerry F.; Reeves, Gordon H. 2023. The Making of the Northwest Forest Plan: The Wild Science of Saving Old Growth Ecosystems. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press. 472 p.

Schonberg, Lisa. 2023. Old Growth Playback [audio]. Acra, NY: Wave Farm.

Spencer, Max; Roy, Bitty; Thornton, Tiffany; Silva, Lucas; Mcguire, Krista. 2023. Logging has legacy effects on the structure of soil fungal communities several decades after cessation in Western Cascade forest stands. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change. 6: 791766. doi:

Wampler, K.A.; Bladon, K.D.; Faramarzi, M. 2023. Modeling wildfire effects on streamflow in the Cascade Mountains, Oregon, USA. Journal of Hydrology. 621: 129585.

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: