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Beedlow, P.A., D.T. Tingey, R.S. Waschmann, D.L. Phillips, and M.G. Johnson. 2007. Bole water content shows little seasonal variation in century-old Douglas-fir trees. Tree Physiology 27:737-747. WED-06-033.

Beedlow, Peter A., David T. Tingey, E. Henry Lee, Donald L. Phillips, Christian P. Andersen, Ronald S. Waschmann, and Mark G. Johnson. 2007. Sapwood moisture in Douglas-fir boles and seasonal changes in soil water. Can. J. For. Res. 37: 1263-1271. WED-05-081.

Bond, B.J., J.R. Brooks and F.C. Meinzer. How trees influence the hydrological cycle in forest ecosystems. In: Hydroecology and Ecohydrology: Past, Present and Future, Eds P.J. Wood, K.M. Hannah and J.P. Sadler. John Wiley and Sons Ltd. Pp 7-35, 2007. WED-06-050.

Clark, Mark E., Brent J. Danielson, Mary V. Santelmann, Joan Iverson Nassauer, Denis White, and Kathryn Freemark Lindsay. Impacts on Mammal Communities: A Spatially Explicit Model. From the corn belt to the gulf: societal and environmental implications of alternative agricultural futures. Edited by Joan Iverson Nassauer, Mary V. Santelmann, and Donald Scavia. Resources for the Future Press, Washington, D.C. Chapter 11, pp 115-138. WED-07-FCO-187.

Colasanti, R.L., R. Hunt and L. Watrud. 2007. A simple cellular automaton model for high-level vegetation dynamics. Ecological Modeling 203; 363-374. WED-05-191.

Compton, J.E., T.D. Hooker and S.S. Perakis.2007. Nitrogen distribution and d15N in a 115-year white pine chronosequence. Ecosystems 10: 1197-1208. WED-05-178.

Crow, S.E., C.W. Swanston, K. Lajtha, J.R. Brooks, and H. Keirstead. 2007. Density fractionation of forest soils: methodological questions and interpretation of incubation results and turnover time in an ecosystem context. Biogeochemistry 85:69-90. WED-07-023.

Daly, Christopher, Jonathan W. Smith, Joseph L. Smith, and Robert B. McKane. 2007. High-Resolution Spatial Modeling of Daily Weather Elements for a Catchment in the Oregon Cascade Mountains, United States. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology DOI: 10.1175/JAM2548.1. WED-07-057.

Debinski, Diane M., Mary V. Santelmann, Denis White, Kathryn Freemark Lindsay, and Jean C. Sifneos. Butterfly Responses. From the corn belt to the gulf: societal and environmental implications of alternative agricultural futures. Edited by Joan Iverson Nassauer, Mary V. Santelmann, and Donald Scavia. Resources for the Future Press, Washington, D.C. Chapter 9, pp 102-107. WED-07-FCO-189

Etterson, M.A., L.R. Nagy, and T.R. Robinson. 2007. Partitioning Risk Among Different Causes of Nest Failure. The Auk 124(2):432-443. WED-05-047.

Faustini, John M. and Philip R. Kaufman. 2007. Adequacy of visually classified particle count statistics from regional stream habitat surveys. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43(5): 1293-1315. WED-06-126.

Fennessy, M. Siobhan, Amy D. Jacobs, and Mary E. Kentula. 2007. An Evaluation of Rapid Methods for Assessing the Ecological Condition of Wetlands. WETLANDS 27(3): 543-560. WED-07-152.

Ferraro, S.P., and F.A. Cole. 2007. Benthic macrofauna-habitat associations in Willapa Bay, Washington, USA. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 71:491-507. WED-06-076.

Frick, Walter E., Tarang Khangaonkar, Anne C. Sigleo, and Zhaoqing Yang. 2007. Estuarine--ocean exchange in a North pacific estuary: Comparison of steady state and dynamic models. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 74: 1-11. WED-08-FCO-020.

Grams, T. E.E., and C.P. Andersen. 2007. Competition for Resources in Trees: Physiological Versus Morphological Plasticity. Progress in Botany 68:356-381. WED-06-130.

Harmon, M.E., Phillips, D.L., Battles, J.J., Rassweiler, A., Hal, R.O., Lauenroth, W.K. (2007). Quantifying uncertainty in net primary production measurements. Chapter 12 in Fahey TJ & Knapp AK, eds., Principles and Standards for Measuring Primary Production. Oxford University Press, New York, pp 238-260.

Hebert, A.B., J.W. Morse and P.M. Eldridge. 2007. Small-scale heterogeneity in the geochemistry of seagrass vegetated and non-vegetated estuarine sediments: causes and consequences. Aquat. Geochem., 13:19-39. WED-07-FCO-120.

Jordan, Thomas E., Mary Pittek Andrews, Ryan P. Szuch, Dennis F. Whigham, Donald E. Weller, and Amy Deller Jacobs. 2007. Comparing functional assessments of wetlands to measurements of soil characteristics and nitrogen processing. Wetlands. 27(3): 479-497. WED-07-048.

Kaldy, J.E. and K.S. Lee. 2007. Factors controlling Zostera marina L. growth in the eastern and western Pacific Ocean: Comparisons between Korea and Oregon, USA. Aquatic Botany 87:116-126. WED-06-016

Kentula, Mary E. 2007. Foreword: Monitoring Wetlands at the Watershed Scale. WETLANDS 27(3): 412-415. WED-07-148.

Lackey, R.T. 2007. Science, Scientists, and Policy Advocacy. Conservation Biology 21(1) 12-17. WED-06-166.

Larsen, D.P., A.R. Olsen, S.H. Lanigan, C. Moyer, K.K. Jones and T.M. Kincaid. 2007. Sound survey designs can facilitate integrating stream monitoring data across multiple programs. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43(2) 1-14. WED-05-044.

Lee, E. H., D.T. Tingey, P.A. Beedlow, M.G. Johnson, and C.A. Burdick. 2007. Relating fine root biomass to soil and climate conditions in the Pacific Northwest. Forest Ecology and Management, 242:195-208. WED-06-170.

Lindsay, Kathryn Freemark, Mary V. Santelmann, Jean C. Sifneos, Denis White, and David A. Kirk . 2007. Wildlife Habitat. pp 147-163 in Joan Everson Nassauer, Mary V. Santelmann, and Donald Scavia. From the Corn Belt to the Gulf; Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C. WED-07-006.

Lomnicky, Gregg A., Thomas R. Whittier, Robert M. Hughes, and David V. Peck. 2007. Distribution of nonnative aquatic vertebrates in western U.S. streams and rivers. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:1082-1093. WED-07-173.

Magee, T.K., P.L. Ringold, and M.A. Bollman. 2007. Alien species importance in native vegetation along wadeable streams, John Day River basin, Oregon, USA. Plant Ecology DOI 10.1007/s11258-007-9330-9. WED-06-094.

Marshall, J.D., J.R. Brooks and K. Lajtha. Sources of variation in the stable isotopic composition of plants. In Stable Isotopes in Ecology and Environmental Science , Eds. R. Mitchener and K. Lajtha. Blackwell Scientific, Oxford pp. 22-60, 2007. WED-06-160.

Meinzer, F.C., J.M. Warren, and J.R. Brooks. 2007. Species-specific partitioning of soil water resources in an old-growth Douglas-fir-western hemlock forest. Tree Physiology 27, 871-880. WED-06-178.

Monteith, D.T., J.L. Stoddard, C.D. Evans, H.A. de Wit, M. Forsius, T. Høgåsen, A. Wilander, B.L. Skjelkvåle, D.S. Jeffries, J. Vuorenmaa, B. Keller, J. Kopácek, and J. Vesely. Dissolved organic carbon trends resulting from changes in atmospheric deposition chemistry. Nature, 450:537-541 (2007), doi:10.1038/nature06316. WED-06-190.

Morse, John W., and Peter M. Eldridge. 2007. A non-steady state diagenetic model for changes in sediment biogeochemistry in response to seasonally hypoxic/anoxic conditions in the "dead zone" of the Louisiana shelf. Marine Chemistry 106:239-255. WED-05-144.

Nagy, Laura, Anne Fairbrother, Matthew Etterson, and Jennifer Orme-Zavaleta. 2007. The Intersection of Independent Lies: Increasing Realism in Ecological Risk Assessment. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 13: 355-369. WED-05-185.

Newsome S.D., Etnier M.A., Gifford-Gonzalez D., Phillips D.L., van Tuinen M., Hadly E.A., Costa D.P., Kennett D.J., Guilderson T.P., Koch P.L. 2007. The shifting baseline of northern fur seal ecology in the northeast Pacific Ocean. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (23): 9709-9714. WED-07-020.

Newsome, Seth D., Carlos Martinez del Rio, Stuart Bearhop, and Donald L. Phillips. 2007. A niche for isotopic ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5: 429-436. WED-07-038.

Peterson, S.A., J. Van Sickle, A.T. Herlihy, and R.M. Hughes. Mercury Concentration in Fish from Streams and Rivers Throughout the Western United States Environmental Science & Technology 41(1) pp 58-65.WED-06-095.

Peterson, Spencer A., David V. Peck, John Van Sickle, and Robert M. Hughes. 2007. Mercury Concentration in Frozen Whole-Fish Homogenates is Insensitive to Holding Time. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol 53: 411-417. WED-07-004.

Reichman, J.R. and Watrud, L.S. 2007. Identification of Escaped Transgenic Creeping Bentgrass in Oregon. Information Systems for Biotechnology News Report. April 07:1-4. WED-07-075

Rosfjord, Catherine H., Katherine E. Webster, Jeffrey S. Kahl, Stephen A. Norton, Ivan J. Fernandez, and Alan T. Herlihy. 2007. Anthropogenically driven changes in chloride complicate interpretation of base cation trends in lakes recovering from acidic deposition. Environ. Sci. Technol. 47:7688-7693. WED-08-FCO-031.

Rosfjord, Catherine H., Katherine E. Webster, Jeffrey S. Kahl, Stephen A. Norton, Ivan J. Fernandez and Alan T. Herlihy.  2007.  Anthropogenically driven changes in chloride complicate interpretation of base cation trends in lakes recovering from acidic deposition.  Environmental Science & Technology 41(22):7688-7693.  WED-11-FCO-048)

Rustigian, Heather L., Mary V. Santelmann, and Nathan H. Schumaker. 2007. Amphibian Population Dynamics. pp 108-114 in Joan Everson Nassauer, Mary V. Santelmann, and Donald Scavia. From the Corn Belt to the Gulf; Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C. WED-07-114.

Santelmann, Mary V., Jean C. Sifneos, Denis White, and Kathryn Freemark Lindsay. 2007. Plant Diversity. pp 91-101 in Joan Everson Nassauer, Mary V. Santelmann, and Donald Scavia. From the Corn Belt to the Gulf; Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C. WED-07-007.

Scott, J.M., J.L. Rachlow, R.L. Lackey, A.B. Pidgorna, J.L. Aycrigg, G.R. Feldman, L.K. Svancar, D.A. Rupp, D.I. Stanish, and R.K. Steinhorst. 2007. Policy Advocacy in Science: Prevalence, Perspectives, and Implications for Conservation Biologists. Conservation Biology 21 (1):29-35. WED-07-003.

Shirazi, Mostafa A. and Minocher Reporter. 2007. A Diurnal Reflectance Model Using Grass: Surface-Substrate Interaction and Inverse Solution. Agron. J. 99:1278-1287. NHEERL-COR-1961J.

Sigleo, A.C., and W.E. Frick. 2007. Seasonal variations in river discharge and nutrient export to a Northeastern Pacific estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 73:368-378. WED-06-020.

Stevens, D.L. Jr., D.P. Larsen, and A.R. Olsen. 2007. The Role of sample surveys: why should practitioners consider using a statistical sampling design? pp 11-23 in D.H. Johnson, B.M. Shrier, J.S. O’Neal, J.A. Knutzen, X. Augerot, T.A. O’Neil, and T.N. Pearsons. Salmonid field protocols handbook: techniques for assessing status and trends in salmon and trout populations. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. WED-07-011.

Stevens Jr., Don L. and Susan F. Jensen.  2007.  Sample design, execution, and analysis for wetland assessment.  Wetlands 27(3):515-523.  (WED-11-FCO-040)

Taylor, A.M., J.R. Brooks, B.L. Gartner and J.J. Morrell. 2007. Radial patterns of carbon isotopes in the xylem extractives and cellulose of Douglas-fir. Tree Physiology. 27:921-927. WED-06-150.

Tingey, David T., E. Henry Lee, Donald L. Phillips, Paul T. Rygiewicz, Ronald S. Waschmann, Mark G. Johnson, and David M. Olszyk. 2007. Elevated CO2 and temperature alter net ecosystem C exchange in a young Douglas fir mesocosm experiment. Plant, Cell and Environment 30: 1400-1410. WED-07-095.

Tingey, D.T., D.L. Phillips, E. H. Lee, R.S. Waschmann, D.M. Olszyk, P.T. Rygiewicz, and M.G. Johnson. 2007. Elevated temperature, soil moisture and seasonality but not CO2 affect canopy assimilation and system respiration in seedling Douglas-fir ecosystems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 143:30-48. WED-06-158.

Usenko, Sascha, Dixon H. Landers, Peter G. Appleby, and Staci L. Simonich. 2007. Current and Historical Deposition of PBDEs, Pesticides, PCBs, and PAHs to Rocky Mountain National Park. Environ. Sci. Technol. 41:7235-7241. WED-08-FCO-014.

Van de Water, P.K., L.S. Watrud, E.H. Lee, C. Burdick, and G.A. King. 2007. Long-Distance GM Pollen Movement of Creeping Bentgrass using Modeled Wind Trajectory Analysis. Ecological Applications 17(4), pp. 1244-1256. WED-06-134.

Van Sickle, J, D.P. Larsen and C.P. Hawkins. 2007. Exclusion of rare taxa affects performance of the O/E index in bioassessments. J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc. 26(2):319-331. WED-06-162.

Walters DM, Fritz KM, Phillips DL. 2007. Reach-scale geomorphology affects organic matter and consumer d13C in a forested Piedmont stream. Freshwater Biology 52: 1105-1119. WED-07-FCO-137.

Wardrop, Denice H., Mary E. Kentula, Donald L. Stevens, Jr., Susan F. Jensen, and Robert P. Brooks. Assessment of Wetland Condition: An Example from the Upper Juniata. WETLANDS 27(3) 416-431. WED-06-006

Wardrop, Denice H., Mary E. Kentula, Susan F. Jensen, Donald L. Stevens, Jr., Kristin C. Hychka, and Robert P. Brooks. 2007. Assessment of Wetlands in the Upper Juniata Watershed in Pennsylvania, USA Using the Hydrogeomorphic Approach. WETLANDS 27(3): 432-445. WED-07-153.

Warren, J.M., J.R. Brooks, F.C. Meinzer, J.C. Domec and R. Coulombe. 2007. Hydraulic redistribution of soil water in two old-growth coniferous forests: quantifying patterns and controls. New Phytologist. 173:753-765. WED-07-016.

Whigham, Dennis F., Amy Deller Jacobs, Donald E. Weller, Thomas E. Jordan, Mary E. Kentula, Susan F. Jensen, and Donald L. Stevens, Jr. 2007. Combining HGM and EMAP procedures to assess wetlands at the watershed scale -- status of flats and non-tidal riverine wetlands in the Nanticoke River watershed, Delaware and Maryland (USA). Wetlands 27(3): 462-478. WED-05-206.

Whittier, Thomas R., Hughes, Robert M., Lomnicky, Gregg, and Peck, David V. 2007. "Fish and amphibian tolerance values and an assemblage tolerance index for streams and rivers in the western USA." Transactions of the American Fisheries. Vol. 136:254-271. WED-06-124.

Whittier, T.R., J.L. Stoddard, D.P. Larsen, and A.T. Herlihy. 2007. Selecting reference sites for stream biological assessments: best professional judgment or objective criteria. J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc. 26(2):349-360. WED-06-147.

Whittier, T.R., R.M. Hughes, J.L. Stoddard, G.A. Lomnicky, D.V. Peck, and A.T. Herlihy. 2007. A Structured Approach for Developing Indices of Biotic Integrity: Three examples from Streams and Rivers in the Western USA. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:718-735. WED-06-064.

 

 

 

 

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