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: March 21, 2022). Additional publications can be found through our publications search or the search available in the top bar of the website.

Vickers, Melinda. 2022. Climate Variability and Plant-Pollinator Networks in the Cascade Range, Oregon. Corvallis: Oregon State University. 152 p. M.S. Thesis.

Drake, S.A.; Rupp, D.E.; Thomas, C.K.; Oldroyd, H.J.; Schulze, M.; Jones, J.A. 2022. Increasing Daytime Stability Enhances Downslope Moisture Transport in the Subcanopy of an Even-Aged Conifer Forest in Western Oregon, USA. JGR Atmospheres. 127(9). doi:

Evers, C.; Holz, A.; Busby, S.; Nielsen-Pincus, M. 2022. Extreme Winds Alter Influence of Fuels and Topography on Megafire Burn Severity in Seasonal Temperate Rainforests under Record Fuel Aridity. Fire. 5(2): 41. doi:

Rousseau, J.S.; Betts, M.G. 2022. Factors influencing transferability in species distribution models. . Ecography. 2022(7). doi:

Sibley, A., Schulze, M., Jones, J., Kennedy, A., Still, C. 2022. Canopy wetting patterns and the determinants of dry season dewfall in an old growth Douglas-fir canopy. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 323: 109069. doi:

LaManna, J.A.; Jones, F.A.; Bell, D.M.; Pabst, R.J.; Shaw, D.C. 2022. Tree species diversity increases with conspecific negative density dependence across an elevation gradient. Ecology Letters. 00: 1–13. doi:

Nelson, Michael Paul; DeLuca, Thomas H. 2022. Leading Academic Groups With ‘Yes, And’. Inside Higher Ed. Online: 5.

Rodríguez-Cardona, Bianca M.; Wymore, Adam S.; Argerich, Alba; Barnes, Rebecca T.; Bernal, Susana; Brookshire, E.N. Jack; Coble, Ashley A.; Dodds, Walter K.; Fazekas, Hannah M.; Helton, Ashley M.; Johnes, Penny J.; Johnson, Sherri L.; et. al. 2022. Shifting stoichiometry: Long-term trends in stream-dissolved organic matter reveal altered C:N ratios due to history of atmospheric acid deposition. Global Change Biology. 28(1): 98-114. doi:

Halpern, Charles B.; Antos, Joseph A. 2022. Burn severity and pre-fire seral state interact to shape vegetation responses to fire in a young, western Cascade Range forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 507(120028): 18p. doi:

Helbling, E.; Pierson, D.; Lajtha, K. 2021. Sources of soil carbon loss during soil density fractionation: Laboratory loss or seasonally variable soluble pools?. Geoderma. 382. doi:

Nelson, Michael Paul. 2021. How Science Is Making Me a Better Philosopher. The Philosopher's Magazine. (95): 31-36.

Khatib, Sara. 2021. What is an Old-Growth Forest? The Shaping and Reshaping of Scientific Inquiry at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest. Eugene: University of Oregon. 101 p. Masters.

McGarvey, Daniel J. 2021. Individual-level Data Reveal High Prevalence of Positive Size-trophic Position Relationships for Vertebrates in Temperate Streams. Freshwater Biology. 66(4): 628-639. doi:

Segura, Catalina. 2021. Snow drought reduces water transit times in headwater streams. Hydrological Processes. 35. 17 pp. doi:

Woodward, A., Jenkins, K.J., Harmon, M.E., 2021. Plant community succession following ungulate exclusion in a temperate rainforest. Ecosphere 12.

Nelson, M. P.; Batavia, C.; Brandis, K. J.; Carroll, S. P.; Celermajer, D.; Linklater, W.; Lundgren, E.; Ramp, D.; Steer, J.; Yanco, E.; Wallach, A. D. . 2021. Challenges at the intersection of conservation and ethics: Reply to Meyer et al. 2021. Conservation Biology. 35(1): 373-377. doi:

Pierson, D.; Evans, L.; Kayhani, K.; Bowden, R. D.; Nadelhoffer, K.; Simpson, M.; Lajtha, K. . 2021. Mineral stabilization of soil carbon is suppressed by live roots, outweighing influences from litter quality or quantity. Biogeochemistry. 154(3): 433-449. doi:

Pierson, D.; Peter-Contesse, H.; Bowden, R. D.; Nadelhoffer, K.; Kayhani, K.; Evans, L.; Lajtha, K. . 2021. Competing Processes Drive the Resistance of Soil Carbon to Alterations in Organic Inputs. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 9: 527803. doi:

Robbins, William G. 2021. Oregon and Climate Change: The Age of Megafires in the American West. Oregon Historical Quarterly. 122(3): 250. doi: