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Baker, J. P., D. W. Hulse, S. V. Gregory, D. White, J. Van Sickle, P.A. Berger, D. Dole, and N.H Schumaker. 2004. Alternative futures for the Willamette River Basin. Ecological Applications 14(2):313-325. WED-02-048
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Beedlow, P.A., D.T. Tingey, D. L. Phillips, W. E. Hogsett, and D. M. Olszyk. 2004. Rising atmospheric CO2 and carbon sequestration in forests. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(6):315-322. WED-04-075
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Cao, Y., D. P. Larsen, and D. White. 2004. Estimating regional species richness using a limited number of survey units. Ecoscience 11(1):23-35. WED-02-038
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Carrol, C., R. F. Noss, P. C. Paquet, N. H. Schumaker. 2004. Extinction debt of protected areas in developing landscapes. Conserv. Biol. 18(4):1110-1120. WED-03-166
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Chapman, S. S., G. E. Griffith, J. M. Omernik, J. A. Comstock, M. C. Beiser, and D. Johnson. 2004. Ecoregions of Mississippi. (color poster with map, descriptive text, summary tables, and photographs). Reston, Virginia, U.S. Geological Survey (map scale 1:1,000,000). (R. L. Blair) WED-03-153

Chapman, S. S., S. A. Bryce, J. M. Omernik, D. G. Dispain, J. ZumBerge, and M. Conrad. 2004. Ecoregions of Wyoming (color poster with map, descriptive text, summary tables, and photographs): Reston, Virginia, U.S. Geological Survey (map scale 1:1, 400,000). (R. L. Blair) WED-03-112

Chapman, S. S., B. A. Kleiss, J. M. Omernik, T. L. Foit, and E. O. Murray. 2004. Ecoregions of the Mississippi alluvial plain (color poster with map, descriptive text, summary tables, and photographs): Reston, Virginia, U.S. Geological Survey (map scale 1:1, 150,000). (R. L. Blair) WED-04-004

Clark, J., L. Ortego, and A. Fairbrother. 2004. Sources of variability in plant toxicity testing. Chemosphere 57:1599-1612. WED-03-131
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Compton, J. E., L. S. Watrud, L. A. Porteous, and S. DeGrood. 2004. Soil microbial biomass and community DNA profiles after chronic N additions at Harvard Forest. For. Ecol. & Mgt. 196:143-158. WED-03-140
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DeWitt, T. W., A. F. D’Andrea, C. A. Brown, B. D. Griffen and P. M. Eldridge. 2004. Impact of burrowing shrimp populations on nitrogen cycling and water quality in western North American temperature estuaries. Pages 107-115 in Akio Tamaki, editor. Proceedings of the Symposium on Ecology of Large Bioturbators in Tidal Flats and Shallow Sublittoral Sediments – from Individual Behavior to their Role as Ecosystem Engineers, November 2003. Nagasaki University, Nagasaki, Japan. WED-04-094
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Domec, J. C., J. M. Warren, F. C. Meinzer, J. R. Brooks, and R. Coulombe. 2004. Native root xylem embolism and stomatal closure in stands of Douglas-fir and ponderosa pine: mitigation by hydraulic redistribution. Oecologia 141:7-16. WED-04-036
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Eldridge, P. M., J. E. Kaldy and A. B. Burd. 2004. Stress response model for the tropical seagrass Thalassia testudinum: The interactions of light, temperature, sedimentation and geochemistry. Estuaries 27:923-937. WED 03-079
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Fairbrother, A., J. Smits, and K. Grasman. 2004. Avian immunotoxicology. J. Toxicol & Environ. Health 7(B):105-137. WED-03-048
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Ferraro, S. P., and F. A. Cole. 2004. Optimal benthic macrofaunal sampling protocol for detecting differences among four habitats in Willapa Bay, Washington, USA. Estuaries 27:1014-1025. WED-02-138
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Frick, W. E., A. C. Sigleo, and D.T. Specht. 2004. Estimating nitrogen and tidal exchange in a North Pacific estuary with EPA's Visual Plumes PDSW model. 12 pages in Proceedings 3rd International Conf. on Marine Waste Water Discharge, Catania, Italy September-October, 2004. WED-05-027
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Griffen, B. D., T. H. DeWitt, and C. Langdon. 2004. Particle removal rates by the mud shrimp Upogebia pugettensis, its burrow, and a commensal clam: effects on estuarine phytoplankton abundance. Marine Ecology Progress Series 269:223-236. WED-03-014
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Griffith, G. E., S. A. Bryce, J. M. Omernik, J. A. Comstock, A. C. Rogers, B. Harrison, S. L. Hatch and D. Brezanson. 2004. Ecoregions of Texas (color poster with map, descriptive text and photographs): Reston, Virginia, U.S. Geological Survey (map scale 1:2,150,000). (R.L. Blair) WED-04-152

Hecht, S. A., J. S. Gunnarsson, B. L. Boese, J. O. Lamberson, C. Schaffner, W. Giger, and P. C. Jepson. 2004. Influences of sedimentary organic matter quality on the bioaccumulation of 4-nonylphenol by estuarine amphipods. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 23(4)865-873. WED-03-042
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Hobbie, E. A., M. G. Johnson, P. T. Rygiewicz, D. T. Tingey, and D. M. Olszyk. 2004. Isotopic estimates of new carbon inputs into litter and soils in a four-year climate change experiment with Douglas-fir. Plant and Soil 259:331-343. WED-02-152
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Hobbie, E. A., F. S. Sanchez, and P. T. Rygiewicz. 2004. Carbon use, nitrogen use, and isotopic fractionation of ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic fungi in natural abundance and 13C-labelled cultures. Mycological Research 108(7)725-736. WED-02-037
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Hughes, R. M., S. Howlin, and P. R. Kaufmann. 2004. A biointegrity index for coldwater streams of western Oregon and Washington. Trans. of the Amer. Fish. Soc. 133:1497-1515. WED-00-036
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Jackson, L. E., S. L. Bird, R. W. Matheny, R. V. O’Neill, D. White, K. C. Boesch and J. L. Koviach. 2004. A regional approach to projecting land-use change and resulting ecological vulnerability. Environ. Mont. Assess. 94:231-248. WED-03-184.

Kahl, J. H., J. L. Stoddard, R. Haeuber, S. G. Paulsen, R. Birnbaum, F. A. Deviney, J. R. Webb, W. Sharpe, C. T. Driscoll, A. T. Herlihy, J. H. Kellogg, P. S. Murdoch, K. Roy, K. E. Webster, and N. S. Urquhart. 2004. Have U.S. surface waters responded to the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments? Envir. Sci. & Tech. 38:484A-490A. WED-04-116

Kentula, M. E., S. E. Gwin, and S. M. Pierson. 2004. Tracking changes in wetlands with urbanization: sixteen years of experience in Portland, Oregon, USA. Wetlands 24(4):734-743. WED-02-187
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Kincaid, T. M., D. P. Larsen, and N. S. Urquhart. 2004. The structure of variation and its influence on the estimation of status: Indicators of Condition of the Lakes in the Northeast, U.S.A. Environ. Mont. Assess. 98:1-21. WED-02-172
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Lackey, R. T. 2004. Adding nutrients to enhance salmon runs: developing a coherent public policy. Fisheries 28(8):34-35. WED-03-108

Lackey, R. T. 2004. Societal values and the proper role of restoration ecologists. Front. in Ecol. & the Environ. 2(2):45-46. WED-04-024

Lackey, R. T., 2004. Normative science. Fisheries 29(7):38-39. WED-04-132

Larsen, D. P., P. R. Kaufmann, T. M. Kincaid, and N. S. Urquhart. 2004. Detecting persistent change in the habitat of salmon-bearing streams in the Pacific Northwest. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 61:283-291. WED-03-007
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Lattin, P. D., P. J. Wigington, T. J. Moser, B. E. Peniston, D. R. Lindeman, and D. R. Oetter. 2004. Influence of remote sensing imagery source on quantification of riparian land cover/land use. J. Am. Water Resources Assn. 40(1) 215-227. WED-03-078
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Lawler, J. J. and N. H. Schumaker. 2004. Evaluating habitat as a surrogate for population viability using a spatially explicit population model. Environ. Mont. Assess. 94:85-100. WED 04-001
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Lawler, J. J., R. J. O’Connor, C. T. Hunsaker, K. B. Jones, T. R. Loveland, and D. White. 2004. The effects of habitat resolution on models of avian diversity and distributions: a comparison of two land-cover classifications. Landscape Ecol. 19:515-530. WED-03-122
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Lawler, J. L. and R. J. O'Connor. 2004. How well do consistently monitored breeding bird survey routes represent the environments of the conterminous United States? Condor 106(4):801-814. WED-02-052
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Lee, E. H. , D. T. Tingey, P. A. Beedlow, M. G. Johnson, and R. B. McKane. 2004. A spatial analysis of fine-root biomass from stand data in the Pacific Northwest. Can. J. For. Res. 34: 2169-2180. WED 03-169
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Lewis, J. D., M. Lucash, D. M. Olszyk, D. T. Tingey. 2004 Relationships between needle nitrogen concentration and photosynthetic responses of Douglas-fir seedlings to elevated CO2 and temperature New Phytologist 162(2):355-364.  WED-04-006
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Meinzer, F. C., J. R. Brooks, S. Bucci, G. Goldstein, F. G. Scholz, and J. M. Warren. 2004. Converging patterns of uptake and hydraulic redistribution of soil water in contrasting woody vegetation types. Tree Physiology 24:919-928. WED-03-106
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Nalle, D. J ., C. A. Montgomery, J. L. Arthur, S. Polasky, and N. H. Schumaker. 2004. Modeling joint production of wildlife and timber. J. Environ. Econ & Mgt. 48:997-1017. WED-03-069
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Newsome, S. D., D. L. Phillips, B. J. Culleton, T. P. Gilderson, and P. L. Koch. 2004. Dietary reconstruction of an early to middle Holocene human population from central California coast: insights from advanced stable isotope mixing models. J. Archaeological Sci. 31:1101-1115. WED-04-007
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Olsen, A. R. 2004. Spatially Balanced Survey Design for Groundwater Using Existing Wells. ASA Proc. of the Joint Stat.l Meet.: 3082-3086. WED-04-015
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Olszyk, D. M., C. A. Burdick, T. G. Pfleeger, E. H. Lee, and L. S. Watrud. 2004. Assessing the risks to non-target terrestrial plants from herbicides. J. Agric. Meteorol. 60(4):221-242. WED-04-157
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Orme Zavaleta, J., and P. A. Rossignol. 2004. Community-level analysis of risk of vector-borne disease. Transactions of the Royal Soc. Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 98:610-618. WED-03-154.
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Pan, Y., A. T. Herlihy, P. R. Kaufmann, P. J. Wigington, Jr., J. Van Sickle, and T. J. Moser. 2004. Linkages between land-use, water quality, physical habitat conditions and lotic diatom assemblages: a multi-spatial scale assessment. Hydrobiologia 515:59-73. WED-02-168
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Rygiewicz, P. T., D. Zabowski, and M. F. Skinner. 2004. Site disturbance effects on a clay soil under Pinus radiata root biomass, mycorrhizal colonisation, 15ammonium uptake, and foliar nutrient levels. New Zealand J. of Forestry Science 34(3):238-254. WED-00-055
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Santelmann, M. V., D. White, K. Freemark, J. I. Nassauer, J. M. Eilers, K. B. Vache, B. J. Danielson, R. C. Corry, M. E. Clark, S. Polasky, R. M. Cruse, J. Sifneos, H. Rustigian, C. Coiner, J. Wu, and D. Debinski. 2004. Assessing alternative futures for agriculture in Iowa, USA. Landscape Ecol. 19(4):357-374.WED 02-189
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Schumaker, N. H., T. Ernst, D. White, J. Baker, and P. Haggerty. 2004. Projecting wildlife responses to alternative future landscapes in Oregon’s Willamette Basin. Ecological Applications 14(2):381-401. WED-01-167
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Stevens, D. L., and A. R. Olsen. 2004. Spatially balanced sampling of natural resources. J. Am. Stat. Assoc. 99:262-278. WED-02-174
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Tausz, M., D. M. Olszyk, S. Monschein and D.T. Tingey. 2004. Combined effects of CO2 and O3 on antioxidative and photoprotective defense systems in needles of ponderosa pine. Biologia Plantarium 48(4):543-548. WED-04-073
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Tingey, D. T., W. E. Hogsett, E. H. Lee, and J. A. Laurence. 2004. Stricter ozone ambient air quality standard has beneficial effect on ponderosa pine in California. Environ. Mgt. 34(3)397-405. WED-03-118
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Trudell, S. A., P. T. Rygiewicz, and R. L. Edmonds. 2004. Patterns of nitrogen and carbon stable isotope ratios in macrofungi, plants and soils in two old-growth conifer forests. New Phytologist 164:317-355. WED-04-133
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Van Sickle, J., J. Baker, A. Herlihy, P. Bayley, S. Gregory, P. Haggerty, L. Ashkenas, and J. Li. 2004. Projecting the biological condition of streams under alternative scenarios of human land use. Ecol. Applications 14(2):368-381. WED 02-043
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Waite, I. R., A. T. Herlihy, D. P. Larsen, N. S. Urquhart, and D. J. Klemm. 2004. The effects of macroinvertebrate taxonomic resolution in large landscape bioassessments: an example from the Mid-Atlantic Highlands, U.S.A. Freshwater Biol. 49:474-489. WED-02-044
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Warman L. D., D. M. Forsyth, A. R. E. Sinclair, K. Freemark, H. D. Moore, T. W. Barrett, R. L. Pressey, and D. White. 2004. Species distributions, surrogacy, and important conservation regions in Canada. Ecol. Letters 7(5):374-379. WED-03-137
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Watrud, L. S., E. H. Lee, A. Fairbrother, C. Burdick, J. R. Reichman, M. Bollman, M. Storm, G. King and P. K. Van deWater. 2004. Evidence for landscape-level, pollen-mediated gene flow from genetically modified creeping bentgrass with CP4 EPSPS as a marker. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 101(40):14533-14538. WED-04-154
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Weinstein, D. A., J. A. Laurence, W. A. Retzlaff, J. S. Kern, E. H. Lee, W. E. Hogsett and J. Weber. 2004. Predicting the effects of tropospheric ozone on regional productivity of ponderosa pine and white fir. Forest Ecol. Manag. 205(1):73-89. WED-04-190

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