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Andersen, C. P., I. Nikolov, P. Nikolova, R. Matyssek and K.-H. Häberle. 2005. Estimating “autotrophic” belowground respiration in spruce and beech forests: decreases following girdling. European J. For. Res. 124(3):155-163. WED-04-115
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Bennett, R. S., I. C. Dewhurst, A. Fairbrother, A. D. M. Hart, M. J. Hooper, A.  Leopold, P.  Mineau, S. R. Mortensen, R. F. Shore and T. A. Springer. 2005. A New Interpretation of Avian and Mammalian Reproduction Toxicity Test Data in Ecological Risk Assessment. Ecotoxicology 14(8):801-815. WED-04-171
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Boese, Bruce L., B. D. Robbins, and G. Thursby. 2005. "Desiccation is a limiting factor for eelgrass (Zoestera marina L.) distribution in the intertidal zone of a northeastern Pacific (USA) estuary." Botanica Marina. Walter de Gruyter. Vol. 48:274-83. WED-05-019
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Burke, J.D., K. J. Martin, P. T. Rygiewicz, and M. A. Topa. 2005. Ectomycorrhizal fungi identification in single and pooled root samples: terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (TRFLP) and morphotyping compared. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 37:1683-1694. WED-04-091
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Cairns, M. A., S. M. Davis , J. L. Ebersole, J. P. Baker, H. R. Lavigne and P. J. Wigington, Jr. 2005. Influence of Summer Stream Temperatures on Black Spot Infestation of Juvenile Coho Salmon in the Oregon Coast Range. T Am. Fish Soc. 134:1471–1479. WED-04-178
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Cairns, M. A., and K. J. Lajtha. 2005. Effects of Succession on Nitrogen Export in the West-Central Cascades, Oregon. Ecosystems 8:583-601. WED-03-119
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Carr, D.B., D. White, and A.M. MacEachren. 2005. Conditioned choropleth maps and hypothesis generation. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 95(1):32-53. WED-03-111
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Christman, M. C., D. C. Culver, M. K. Madden, and D. White. 2005. Patterns of endemism of the eastern North America cave fauna. J. of Biogeography 32:1441-1452. WED-05-016
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Detenbeck, N. E., D. Cincotta, J. M. Denver, S. K. Greenlee, A. R. Olsen, and A. M. Pitchford. 2005. Watershed-based survey designs. Environ. Mont. Assess. 103:59-81. WED-05-141
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Eldridge, P. M., L. A. Cifuentes, J. E. Kaldy. 2005. Development of a stable-isotope constraint system for estuarine food-web models. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 303: 73-90. WED-03-167
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Fairbrother, A., and J. G. Turnley. 2005. Predicting risks of uncharacteristic wildfires: Application of the risk assessment process. For. Ecol. & Mgt. 211:28-35. WED-04-040
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Fairbrother, A., and B. Hope. 2005. Terrestrial Ecotoxicology. Pages 138-142 in P. Wexler, editor. Encyclopedia of Toxicology (2nd edition). Elsevier: Oxford. WED-03-172
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Ferraro, S. P. 2005. Red-letter days. Quarterly Review of Biology 80(1):13-17. WED-04-124

Griffith, M.B., B.H. Hill, F.H. McCormick, P.R. Kaufmann, A.T. Herlihy, and A.R. Selle.  2005.  Comparative Application of Indices of Biotic Integrity Based on Periphyton, Macroinvertebrates, and Fish to Southern Rocky Mountain Streams.  Ecological Indicators 5:117–136.

Hill, B. H., and R. Blair. 2005. Monitoring the condition of our nation’s streams and rivers: from the mountains to the coast. Introduction to the proceedings of the 2002 EMAP symposium. Environ. Mont. Assess. 103:1-4. WED-05-192

Hughes, R.M., R.C. Wildman and S.V. Gregory. Changes in Fish Assemblage Structure in the Main-Stem Willamette River, Oregon. American Fisheries Society Symposium (2005) 45:61-74. WED-10-FCO-054

Lawler, J. ., J. Rubin, B. J. Cosby, I. J. Fernandez, J. S. Kahl, and S. A. Norton. 2005. Predicting recovery from acidic deposition: applying a modified TAF (tracking and analysis framework) model to Maine (USA) high elevation lakes. Water Air Soil Pollut. 164:383-399. (A. Fairbrother) WED-04-130
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Martin, K. J. and P. T. Rygiewicz. 2005. Fungal-specific primers developed for analysis of the ITS region of environmental DNA extracts. BMC Microbiology 5:28. WED-04-196
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Magee, T. K., and M. E. Kentula. 2005. Response of wetland plant species to hydrologic conditions. Wetlands Ecol. Mgt. 13:163-181. WED-01-133
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Meengs, C. C., and R. T. Lackey. 2005. Estimating the size of historical Oregon salmon runs. Rev. in Fish. Sci. 13:51-66. WED-05-024
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Neilson, R. P., L. F. Pitelka, A. M. Solomon, R. Nathan, G. F. Midgley, J. M. F. Fragoso, H. Lischke, and K. Johnson. 2005. Forecasting regional to global plant migration in response to climate change. BioScience 55:749-759. WED-05-194
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Olszyk, D. M., M. Apple, B. Gartner, R. Spicer, C. Wise, E. Buckner, A. Benson-Scott and D. Tingey. 2005 Xeromorphy increases in shoots of Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco seedlings with exposure to elevated temperature but not elevated CO2. Trees 19:552-563. WED-04-144
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Peterson, S. A., J. Van Sickle, R. M. Hughes, J. A. Schacher, and S. F. Echols. 2005. A biopsy procedure for determining filet and predicting whole-fish mercury concentration. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 48(1):99-107. WED 04-035
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Pfleeger, T. 2005. Moving plant toxicology from the greenhouse to the field: a method that incorporates the positive attributes of each. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 74:16-23. WED-03-071
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Phillips, D. L., S. D. Newsome and J. W. Gregg. 2005. Combining sources in stable isotope mixing models: alternative methods. Oecologia 144:520-527. WED-04-142
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Sigleo, A. C., Mordy, C. W., Stabeno, P. and W. E. Frick. 2005. Temporal variability of upwelled nitrate along the Oregon coast: estuarine-coastal exchange. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Sci., 64: 211-222. WED-05-033

Stoddard, J. L. 2005 Use of Ecological Regions in Aquatic Assessments of Ecological Condition Environmental Management 34(1):S61-S70. WED-04-013.
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Stoms, D. M., F. W. Davis, S. J. Andelman, M. H. Carr, S. D. Gaines, B. S. Halpern, R. Hoenicke, S. G. Leibowitz, A. Leydecker, E. M. P. Madin, H. Tallis, and R. R. Warner. 2005. Integrated coastal reserve planning: making the land-sea connection. Fronti. in Ecol. & Environ.  3(8):429-436. WED-05-113
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Suter, G. W., II, S. B. Norton, and A. Fairbrother. 2005. Individuals versus organisms versus populations in the definition of ecological assessment endpoints. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 1(4):397-400. WED-05-062
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Thayer, G. W., and M. E. Kentula. 2005. Coastal restoration: where have we been, where are we now, and where should we be going? J. Coastal Res. 40(SI):1-5. WED-04-180
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Tingey, D. T., M. G. Johnson, and D. L. Phillips. 2005. Independent and contrasting effects of elevated CO2 and N-fertilization on root architecture in Pinus ponderosa. Trees 19:43-50. WED-04-020
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Tingey, D. T., D. L. Phillips, M. G. Johnson, P. T. Rygiewicz, P. A. Beedlow, and W. E. Hogsett. 2005. Estimates of Douglas-fir fine root production and mortality from minirhizotrons. For. Ecol. & Manag. 204:359-370. WED-04-156
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Van Sickle, J., C. P. Hawkins, D. P. Larsen, and A. T. Herlihy. 2005. A null model for the expected macroinvertebrate assemblage in streams. J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc. 24(1):178-191. WED-04-085
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Warren, J. M., F. C. Meinzer, J. R. Brooks, and J. C. Domec. 2005. Vertical stratification of soil water storage and release dynamics in Pacific Northwest coniferous forests. Ag. and Forest Meteorol. 130:39-58. WED-04-193
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Watrud, L. S. 2005. Long distance pollen-mediated gene flow from creeping bentgrass. ISB News Report, January, 2005:1-3. WED-05-018

Wigington, P. J., Jr., T. J. Moser, and D. R. Lindeman. 2005. Stream network expansion: a riparian water quality factor. Hydrological Processes 19:1715-1721. WED-04-181
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