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Andersen, C.P. 2001. Understanding the role of ozone stress in altering belowground processes. Pages 65-79 in S. Hattunen, H. Heikkila, J. Bucher, B. Sundberg, P. Jarvis and R. Matyssek, editors. Trends in European Forest Tree Physiology Research Cost Action E6: Eurosilva. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. WED-00-104

Andersen, C.P. W.E. Hogsett, M. Plocher, K. Rodecap, and E. Henry Lee, 2001. Blue wild-rye grass competition increases the effect of ozone on ponderosa pine seedlings. Tree Physiology 21:319-327. WED-00-008
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Anderson, C.P., and N.E. Grulke. 2001. Complexities in understanding ecosystem response to ozone. Hum. & Ecol. Risk Assess.7(5):1169-1182. WED-01-138
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Andersen, C.P., B.E. Law, and D.M. Olszyk, editors. 2001. Ponderosa Pine Ecosystem and Environmental Stress: Past, Present and Future, Special issue of Tree Physiology, Vol. 21. WED-01-139

Andersen, C.P. 2001. Ozone stress and changes below ground: linking root and soil processes. Phyton 40:7-12. WED-00-026
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Botton, B., M. Chalot, P. Dizengremel, F. Le Tacon, P.T. Rygiewicz and M. Topa, editors. 2001. Dynamics of Physiological Processes in Woody Roots. Second Symposium. Special double issue of Tree Physiology Vol. 21 (2-3).

Bracken, C.L., Hendricks, C.W., and Harding, A.K. 2001. Water quality monitoring for public health and environmental protection. South Africa Water Bulletin 27(5)12-15. (S.G. Paulsen) WED-01-050

Cao, Y., D.P. Larsen, and R.St-J. Thorne. 2001. Rare species in multivariate analysis for bioassessment: some considerations. J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc. 20(1)144-153. NHEERL-COR - 2364J
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Cao, Y., D.P. Larsen, and R.M. Hughes. 2001. Evaluating sampling sufficiency in fish assemblage surveys -- a similarity-based approach. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58:1782-1793. WED-01-017
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Chapman, S.S., J.M. Omernik, J.A. Freeouf, D.A. Huggins, J.R. McCauley, C. C. Freeman, G. Steinauer, R.T. Angelo and R.L. Schlepp. 2001. Ecoregions of Nebraska and Kansas. (2 sided color poster with map, descriptive text, summary tables, and photographs). U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA. Scale 1:1,800,000. (S.G. Paulsen) WED-00-112

Compton, J.E., and D.W. Cole. 2001. Fate and effects of phosphorus additions in soils under N2-fixing red alder. Biogeochemistry 53:225-247. WED-00-050
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Cordoba, A.S., M.M.de Mendonça, S.L. Stürmer and P.T. Rygiewicz. 2001. Diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi along a sand dune stabilization gradient: A case study at Joaquina Beach on the Island of Santa Catarina, South Brazil. Mycoscience 42:379-387. WED-00-121
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DeWitt, T.H., T.S. Bridges, D.S. Ireland, L.L. Stahl, M.R. Pinza and L.D. Antrim. 2001. Methods for Assessing the Chronic Toxicity of Marine and Estuarine Sediment-associated Contaminants with the Amphipod Leptocheirus plumulosus. EPA 600/R-01/020, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. WED-01-073
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Donegan, K.K., L.S. Watrud, R.J. Seidler, S.P. Maggard, T. Shiroyama, L.A. Porteous and G. DiGovanni. 2001. Soil and litter organisms in Pacific Northwest forests under different management practices. Appl. Soil Ecol. 18:159-175. NHEERL-COR-2283J
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Dong, S., C.F. Scagel, L. Cheng, L.H. Fuchigami, and P.T. Rygiewicz. 2001. Soil temperature and plant growth stage influence nitrogen uptake and amino acid concentration of apple during early spring growth. Tree Physiology 21:541-547 WED-01-004
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Driscoll, C.T., G.B. Lawrence, A.J. Bulger, T.J. Butler, C.S. Cronan, C. Eagar, K.F. Lambert, G.E. Likens, J.L. Stoddard, and K.C. Weathers. 2001. Acidic Deposition in the Northeastern United States: sources and inputs, ecosystem effects, and management strategies. BioScience 51(3):180-198. WED-01-072

Entry, J.A., L.S. Watrud, and M. Reeves. 2001. Influence of organic amendments on the accumulation of 137Cs and 90Sr contaminated soil by three grass species. Water, Air and Soil Pollut. 126:385-398. NHEERL-COR 2230J
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Fernald, A.G., P.J. Wigington, Jr., and D.H. Landers. 2001. Transient storage and hyporheic flow along the Willamette River, Oregon: field measurements and model estimates. Water Resources Research 37:1681-1694. WED- 00-016
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Foster, T.E., and J.R. Brooks, 2001. Long-term trends in growth of Pinus palustris and Pinus elliottii along a hydrological gradient in central Florida. Can. J. Forest Res. 31:1661-1670. WED-00-111
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Griffith, M.B., P.R. Kaufmann, A.T. Herlihy, and B.H. Hill. 2001.  Analysis of macroinvertebrate assemblages in relation to environmental gradients in Rocky Mountain streams . Ecol. Applications 11(2):489-505.

Grulke, N.E., C.P. Andersen, and W.E. Hogsett. 2001. Seasonal changes in above- and belowground carbohydrate concentrations of ponderosa pine along a pollution gradient. Tree Physiol. 21:1-9. NHEERL-COR-2374J
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Hill, K., D. White, M. Maupin, B. Ryder, J.R. Karr, K. Freemark, R. Taylor, and S. Schauman. 2001. In expectation of relationships: centering theories around ecological understanding. Pages 271-303 in B. Johnson and K. Hill, editors. Ecology and Design: Frameworks for Learning. Island Press, Washington, D.C. WED-01-044

Hill, B.H., R.J. Stevenson, Y. Pan, A.T. Herlihy, P.R. Kaufmann, and C.B. Johnson. 2001. Comparison of correlations between environmental characteristics and stream diatom assemblages characterized at genus and species levels. J. N. American Benthological Soc. 20(2):299-310.

Hobbie, E.A., N.S. Weber, and J.M. Trappe. 2001. Mycorrhizal or saprotrophic status of fungi: the isotopic evidence. New Phytologist 150:601-610. (B.C. McComb) WED-00-065

Hobbie, E.A, D.M. Olszyk, P.T. Rygiewicz, D.T. Tingey and M.G. Johnson. 2001. Foliar nitrogen concentrations and natural abundance 15N suggest nitrogen allocation patterns of Douglas-fir and mycorrhizal fungi during development in elevated carbon dioxide concentration and temperature. Tree Physiology 21:1113-1122. WED-00-046
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Johnson, M.G., D.T. Tingey, D.L. Phillips, and M.J. Storm. 2001. Advancing fine root research with minirhizotrons. Environ. Exp. Botany 45:263-289. WED-01-003
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Krupa, S.V., M.T. McGrath, C.P. Andersen, F. Booker, K.O. Burkey, A. Chappelka, B. Chevone, E. Pell, and B. Zilinskas. 2001. Ambient ozone and plant health. Plant Disease 85(1):4-12. WED-00-113

Lackey, R.T. 2001. Policy conundrum: restoring wild salmon to the Pacific Northwest. In Proceedings of the Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, July 10-14, 2000, Corvallis, Oregon. WED-00-095

Lackey, R.T. 2001. Defending reality. Fisheries 26(6):26-27. WED-00-115

Lackey, R.T. 2001. Values, policy and ecosystem health. BioScience 51(6)437-443. NHEERL-COR-2373
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Lackey, R.T. 2001. Salmon and the Endangered Species Act: troublesome questions. Renewable Resources Journal 19(2):6-9. WED-01-126

Landers, D.H. 2001. Willamette River main corridor restoration–what is important to salmon? Pages 96-101 in Oregon Salmon: Essays on the State of the Fish at the Turn of the Millennium. Oregon Trout. WED -00-033

Larsen, D.P., T.M. Kincaid, S.E. Jacobs, and N.S. Urquhart. 2001. Designs for evaluating local and regional scale trends. BioScience 51(12):1069-1078. NHEERL-COR-2309J

Laurence, J.A., W.A. Retzlaff, J.S, Kern, E.H. Lee, W.E. Hogsett, and D.A. Weinstein. 2001. Predicting the regional impact of ozone and precipitation on the growth of loblolly pine and yellow-poplar using linked TREGRO and ZELIG models. Forest Ecology and Management 146:247-263. WED-00-018
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Lee, E.H.,
and W.E. Hogsett. 2001. Interpolation of temperature and non-urban ozone exposure at high spatial resolution over the western United States. Climate Research 18:163-179. WED-00-051
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Lewis, J.D., M. Lucash, D. Olszyk and D.T. Tingey. 2001. Seasonal patterns of photosynthesis in Douglas fir seedlings during the third and fourth year of exposure to elevated CO2 and temperature. Plant Cell and Environment 24:539-548. WED-00-012
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Li, J., A. Herlihy, W. Gerth, P.R. Kaufmann, S. Gregory, S. Urquhart, and D.P. Larsen. 2001. Variability in stream macroinvertebrates at multiple spatial scales. Freshwater Biology 46:87-97. NHEERL-COR-1978J
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Lin, G., P.T. Rygiewicz, J.R. Ehleringer, M.G. Johnson, and D.T. Tingey. 2001. Time-dependent responses of soil CO2 efflux components to elevated atmospheric [CO2 ] and temperature in experimental forest mesocosms. Plant and Soil 229:259-270. WED-00-054
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McCormick, F.H., R.M. Hughes, P.R. Kaufmann, D.V. Peck, J.L. Stoddard, and A.T. Herlihy. 2001. Development of an index of biotic integrity for the Mid-Atlantic Highlands region.  Trans. Am. Fisheries Soc. 130:857-877.

Nebeker, A.V., and R.B. Bury. 2001. Response of juvenile softshell turtles (Apalone mutica) in a thermal gradient. Chelonian Conservation & Biology 4(1):162-165. (A. Fairbrother) NHEERL-COR-2350J

Norton, S.A., B.J. Cosby, I.J. Fernandez, J.S. Kahl, and M.R. Church. 2001. Long-term and seasonal variations in CO2: linkages to catchment alkalinity generation. Hydrology & Earth System Science 5(1):83-91. NHEERL-COR-2348J
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Olszyk, D.M., M.G. Johnson, D.L. Phillips, R. J. Seidler, D.T. Tingey, and L. Watrud. 2001. Interactive effects of CO2 and O3 on a ponderosa pine plant/litter/soil mesocosm. Environmental Pollution 115:447-462. WED-01-007
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Pennington, A.T., A.K. Harding, C.W. Hendricks, and H.M.K. Campbell. 2001. Evaluating microbial indicators of environmental condition in Oregon rivers. Environ. Mgt. 28(6):833-341. (S.G. Paulsen) NHEERL-COR-2360J
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Phillips, D.L. 2001. Mixing models in analyses of diet using multiple stable isotopes: a critique. Oecologia 127:166-170.  WED-00-013
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Phillips, D.L., and J.W. Gregg. 2001. Uncertainty in source partitioning using stable isotopes. Oecologia 127:171-179. WED-00-064
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Santelmann, M, K. Freemark, D. White, J. Nassauer, M. Clark, B. Danielson, J. Eilers, R. Cruse, S. Galatowitsch, S. Polasky, and J. Wu. 2001. Applying ecological principles to land-use decision-making in agricultural watersheds. Pages 226-252 in V.H. Dale and R. Haeuber, editors. Ecological Principles in Land Use Planning. Springer-Verlag, New York. WED-00-041

Shirazi, M.A., L. Boersma, and C.B. Johnson. 2001. Particle size distributions: comparing texture systems, adding rock, and predicting soil properties. Soil Sci Soc of Am. J. 65:300-310. NHEERL- COR-2370.
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Shirazi, M.A., L. Boersma, P.K. Haggerty and C.B. Johnson. 2001. Spatial extrapolation of soil characteristics using whole soil particle size distributions. J. Environ. Qual. 30:101-111. NHEERL- COR-2371
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Shirazi, M.A., L. Boersma, C.B. Johnson and P.K. Haggerty. 2001. Predicting physical and chemical water properties from relationships with watershed soil characteristics. J. Environ. Qual. 30:112-120. NHEERL-COR-2372
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Sigleo, A.C., and Frick, W.E. 2001. Estimation of total dissolved nitrate load in natural stream flows using an in-stream monitor. Pages 220-227 in J.A. Ramirez, editor. Proceedings of the 21st Annual American Geophysical Union Hydrology Days, Colorado State University, Fort Collins.WED-01-062
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Skjelkvåle, B.L., J.L. Stoddard, and T. Andersen. 2001. Trends in surface water acidification in Europe and North America (1989-1998). Water Air Soil Pollut.130:787-792. WED-01-069
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Stemberger, R.S., D.P. Larsen, and T.M. Kincaid. 2001. Sensitivity of zooplankton for regional lake monitoring. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58:2222-2232. WED-01-060
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Stoddard, J.L., T.S. Traaen, and B.L. Skjelkvåle. 2001. Assessment of nitrogen leaching at UN/ECE ICP-Waters sites. Water Air Soil Pollut. 130:781-786. NHEERL-COR-2303J
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Tingey, D.T., J. Laurence, J.A. Weber, J. Greene, W.E. Hogsett, S. Brown and E.H. Lee. 2001. Elevated CO2 and temperature alter the response of Pinus ponderosa to ozone: A simulation analysis. Ecological Applications 11(5):1412-1424. WED-00-085
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Whittier, T.R., R.M. Hughes, and D.V. Peck. 2001. Comment: Test of an Index of Biotic Integrity. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc.130:167-172. WED-00-007

Wilhere, G.F., N.H. Schumaker, and S.P. Horton. 2001. A spatially realistic population model for informing forest management decisions. Pages 538-544 in D.H. Johnson and T.A. O’Neill, editors, Wildlife-habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. WED-00-092
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Woods, A.J., D.A. Lammers, S.A. Bryce, J.M. Omernik, R.L. Denton, M. Domeier, and J.A. Comstock, 2001, Ecoregions of Utah (2 sided color poster with 1:1,175,000 map, descriptive text, summary tables, and photographs): USGS. Reston, VA. (S.G. Paulsen) WED-00-084

Yoshida, L.C., J.A. Gamon, and C.P. Andersen. 2001. Differences in above- and below-ground responses to ozone between two populations of a perennial grass. Plant and Soil 233:203-211. NHEERL-COR-2181
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Young, D.R., R.J. Ozretich, H. Lee II, S. Echols, and J. Frazier. 2001. Persistence of DDT residues and dieldrin off a pesticide processing plant in San Francisco Bay, California. Chapter 15, pages 204-217 in R.L Lipnick, J.L.M. Hermens, K.C. Jones, and D.C.G. Muir, editors, Persistent Bioaccumulative Toxic Chemicals I: Fate and Exposure, American Chemical Society, Washington DC. NHEERL-COR-2378A
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Zupo, V., W.G. Nelson, and M.C. Bambi. 2001. Measuring invertebrate grazing on seagrasses and epiphytes. Pages 271-292, Chapter 14 in F.T. Short and R.G. Coles, editors. Global Seagrass Research Methods, Elsever Scientific Publishing, Amsterdam, Netherlands. WED-01-061
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