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. Additional publications can be found through our publications search or the search available in the top bar of the website.

Jones, Julia A.; Groffman, P.M.; Blair, J.; Davis, F.W.; Dugan, H.; Euskirchen, E.E.; Frey, S.D.; et. al. 2021. Synergies among environmental science research and monitoring networks: a research agenda. Earth's Future. 9(3): e2020EF001631. doi:

Obryk, Maciej K.; George, David L.; Mirus, Ben B. 2021. A new era of debris flow experiments in the Oregon woods. Eos. Online(2021-01-26):

Penaluna, Brooke E.; Allen, Jennifer M.; Arismendi, Ivan; Levi, Taal; Garcia, Tiffany S.; Walter, Jason K. 2021. Better boundaries: identifying the upper extent of fish distributions in forested streams using eDNA and electrofishing. Ecosphere. 12(1): e03332. doi:

Zatkos, Lauren; Arismendi, Ivan; Johnson, Sherri L.; Penaluna, Brooke E. 2021. Geophysical templates modulate the structure of stream food webs dominated by omnivory. Ecosphere. 12(3): e03444. doi:

Halpern, Charles B.; Antos, Joseph A. 2021. Rates, patterns, and drivers of tree reinvasion 15 years after large-scale meadow-restoration treatments. Restoration Ecology. doi:

Ehbrecht, Martin; Seidel, Dominik; Annighöfer, Peter; Kreft, Holger; Köhler, Michael; Zemp, Delphine Clara; Puettmann, Klaus; Nilus, Reuben; Babweteera, Fred; Willim, Katharina; Stiers, Melissa; Soto, Daniel; Boehmer, Hans Juergen; Fisichelli, Nicholas; Burnett, Michael; Juday, Glenn; Stephens, Scott L.; Ammer, Christian. 2021. Global patterns and climatic controls of forest structural complexity. Nature Communications. 12(1): 519. doi:

Jones, Julia A.; Hammond, John C. 2020. River management response to multi-decade changes in timing of reservoir inflows, Columbia River Basin, USA. Hydrological Processes. 34(25): 4814-4830. doi:

Wisnoski, Nathan ; Lennon, Jay T. 2020. Microbial community assembly in a multi-layer dendritic metacommunity. Oecologia. doi:

Germain, Sara J; Lutz, James A. 2020. Climate extremes may be more important than climate means when predicting species range shifts. Climatic Change. 163(1): 579-598.

Goralnik, Lissy; Kelly, Sarah Minette; O'Connell, Kari A; Nelson, Michael Paul; Schulze, Mark. 2020. Forest discovery: place relationships on an environmental science, arts and humanities (eSAH) field trip. Australian Journal of Environmental Education. 1: 1-12. doi:

Rupp, David E; Shafer, Sarah L; Daly, Christopher; Jones, Julia; Frey, Sarah JK. 2020. Temperature gradients and inversions in a forested Cascade Range basin: synoptic-to local-scale controls. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 125: 23.

URycki, Dawn R; Good, Stephen P; Crump, Byron C; Chadwick, Jessica; Jones, Gerrad. 2020. River microbiome composition reflects macroscale climatic and geomorphic differences in headwaters but not in lower reaches. Frontiers in Water. 2: 43. doi:

Crampe, Emily. 2020. Forest succession and climate change effects on long-term runoff coefficients at varying timescales. Corvallis: Oregon State University. M.S. thesis.

Fang, Rong. 2020. Measuring and Modeling the Crown Structure of Coniferous Trees with Point Clouds Data. Corvallis: Oregon State University. PhD thesis.

Goodman, Arianna. 2020. Long-Term Stream Channel Response to a Large Flood in a Forested Mountain Watershed. Corvallis: Oregon State University. M.S. thesis.

Jones, J.A.; Wei, X.; Archer, E.; Bishop, K.; Blanco, J.A.; Ellison, D.; Gush, M.B.; McNulty, S.G.; van Noordwijk, M.; Creed, I.F. 2020. Forest-water interactions under global change. In: Forest-Water Interactions, Ecological Studies. 240. Switzerland AG: Springer Nature: 589-624. doi:

Segura, C.; Bladon, K.D.; Hatten, J.A.; Jones, J.A.; Hale, V.C.; Ice, G.G. 2020. Long-term effects of forest harvesting on summer low flow deficits in the Coast Range of Oregon. Journal of Hydrology. 585: 124749. doi:

Calkins, Stephen. 2020. Transformation of western hemlock trees crowns by dwarf mistletoe. Corvallis: Oregon State University. 97 p. M.S. thesis.

Bathurst, J.C.; Fahey, B.; Iroumé, A.; Jones, J. 2020. Forests and floods: using field evidence to reconcile analysis methods. Hydrological Processes. 34: 3295–3310. doi:

Batavia, Chelsea; Penaluna, Brooke E.; Lemberger, Thea Rose; Nelson, Michael Paul. 2020. Considering the Case for Diversity in Natural Resources. BioScience. 70(8): 708-718. doi: