Recent Publications of the Pacific Northwest Research Station
Recent Publications of the Pacific Northwest Research Station is a quarterly report of all works published by this station and its scientists. Both station series and journal articles along with other types of publications published between July 1 to September 30, 2020 are listed by major topics of interest. A limited number of station series are available in hardcopy; links to electronic copies are provided for all in this publication.
Marcot, Bruce G.; Lesmeister, Damon B.; Wilson, Todd M.; Volkman, Eric; Anderson, Paul. 2020. Res. Pap. PNW-RP-617. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 30 p. Online only.
Jovan, Sarah; Will-Wolf, Susan; Geiser, Linda; Dillman, Karen; Haldeman, Michael; Shory, Rick. 2020. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-988. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 83 p.
Ranchers, beavers, and stream restoration on western rangelands. Kantor, Sylvia; Charnley, Susan. 2020. Science Findings 229. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 5 p.
Using the past to inform the future: Alaska’s changing boreal forest from a tree-ring perspective. Watts, Andrea; Cahoon, Sean; Sullivan, Patrick. 2020. Science Findings 230. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 5 p.
Predicting where elk will thrive: New models point the way. Watts, Andrea; Rowland, Mary; Wisdom, Michael. 2020. Science Findings 231. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 5 p.
Using a vegetation model and stakeholder input to assess the climate change vulnerability of tribally important ecosystem services. Case, Michael J.; Kim, John B.; Kerns, Becky K. 2020. Forests. 11(6): 618-.
Spatial patterns and trends of summertime low cloudiness for the Pacific Northwest, 1996–2017. Dye, Alex W.; Rastogi, Bharat; Clemesha, Rachel E. S.; Kim, John B.; Samelson, Roger M.; Still, Christopher J.; Williams, A. Park. 2020. Geophysical Research Letters. 47(16): 292-.
Anticipating changes in wildlife habitat induced by private forest owners’ adaptation to climate change and carbon policy. Hashida, Yukiko; Withey, John; Lewis, David J.; Newman, Tara; Kline, Jeffrey D. 2020. PLOS ONE. 15(4): e0230525-.
The nutrient legacy left by salmon tissue on riparian soils in southeast Alaska. D'Amore, David V.; Chaloner, Dominic T.; Gerig, Brandon S.; Berkowitz, Jacob F.; Bridgham, Scott D. 2020. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 84(3): 877-887.
Water within, moving through, and shaping the Earth's surface: Introducing a special issue on water in the critical zone. Fan, Ying; Grant, Gordon; Anderson, Suzanne P. 2019. Hydrological Processes. 33(25): 3146-3151.
Autopsy of a reservoir: Facies architecture in a multidam system, Elwha River, Washington, USA. Stratton, Laurel E.; Grant, Gordon E. 2019. GSA Bulletin. 131(11-12): 1794-1822.
The environmental justice implications of managing hazardous fuels on federal forest lands. Adams, Mark D. O.; Charnley, Susan. 2020. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 110(6): 1907-1935.
Homelessness and nonrecreational camping on national forests and grasslands in the United States: Law enforcement perspectives and regional trends. Cerveny, Lee K; Baur, Joshua W R. 2020. Journal of Forestry. 118(2): 139-153.
Shared stewardship and national scenic trails: Building on a legacy of partnerships. Cerveny, Lee K.; Derrien, Monika M.; Miller, Anna B. 2020. International Journal of Wilderness. 26(2): 18-33.
Assessing vulnerability of subsistence travel to effects of environmental change in Interior Alaska. Cold, Helen S.; Brinkman, Todd J.; Brown, Caroline L.; Hollingsworth, Teresa N.; Brown, Dana R. N.; Heeringa, Krista M. 2020. Ecology and Society. 25(1):20.
Outdoor programs for veterans: Public land policies and practices to support therapeutic opportunities. Derrien, Monika M; Cerveny, Lee K; Havlick, David G. 2020. Journal of Forestry. 118(5): 534-547.
A research strategy to ignite the science of outdoor recreation on public lands. Miller, Anna B.; Cerveny, Lee K.; Derrien, Monika M.; Selin, Steven; Blahna, Dale J. 2020. The Journal of Park and Recreation Administration. 38(2).
Research note: Quick assessment of recreation use and experience in the immediate aftermath of wildfire in a desert river canyon. White, Eric M.; Bergerson, Terry R.; Hinman, Elliot T. 2020. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism. 29: 100251-.
Multi-scaled drivers of severity patterns vary across land ownerships for the 2013 Rim Fire, California. Povak, Nicholas A.; Kane, Van R.; Collins, Brandon M.; Lydersen, Jamie M.; Kane, Jonathan T. 2020. Landscape Ecology. 35(2): 293-318.
Wildland fire emission factors in North America: Synthesis of existing data, measurement needs and management applications. Prichard, Susan J.; O'Neill, Susan M.; Eagle, Paige; Andreu, Anne G.; Drye, Brian; Dubowy, Joel; Urbanski, Shawn; Strand, Tara M. 2020. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 29(2): 132-147.
Allometry of the pyrophytic Aristida in fire-maintained longleaf pine-wiregrass ecosystems. Shearman, Timothy M.; Varner, J. Morgan; Robertson, Kevin; Hiers, J. Kevin. 2019. American Journal of Botany. 106(1): 18-28.
Long-term seeding outcomes in slash piles and skid trails after conifer removal. Kerns, Becky K.; Day, Michelle A.; Ikeda, Dana. 2020. Forests. 11: 839.
Ozone amplifies water loss from mature trees in the short term but decreases it in the long term. Paoletti, Elena; Grulke, Nancy E.; Matyssek, Rainer. 2019. Forests. 11(1): 46-.
Expanding the invasion footprint: Ventenata dubia and relationships to wildfire, environment, and plant communities in the Blue Mountains of the Inland Northwest, USA. Tortorelli, Claire M.; Krawchuk, Meg A.; Kerns, Becky K. 2020. Applied Vegetation Science. 49(2): 683-696.
Diversity of algorithm and spectral band inputs improves Landsat monitoring of forest disturbance. Cohen, Warren B.; Healey, Sean P.; Yang, Zhiqiang; Zhu, Zhe; Gorelick, Noel. 2020. Remote Sensing. 12(10): 1673.
Pre-emptive detection of mature pine drought stress using multispectral aerial imagery. Grulke, Nancy; Maxfield, Jason; Riggan, Phillip; Schrader-Patton, Charlie. 2020. Remote Sensing. 12(14): 2338-.
Considering the case for diversity in natural resources. Batavia, Chelsea; Penaluna, Brooke E; Lemberger, Thea Rose; Nelson, Michael Paul. 2020. BioScience. 70(8): 708-718.
Long-term hydrological response to forest harvest during seasonal low flow: Potential implications for current forest practices. Coble, Ashley A.; Barnard, Holly; Du, Enhao; Johnson, Sherri; Jones, Julia; Keppeler, Elizabeth; Kwon, Hyojung; Link, Timothy E.; Penaluna, Brooke E.; Reiter, Maryanne; River, Mark; Puettmann, Klaus; Wagenbrenner, Joseph. 2020. Science of The Total Environment. 730: 138926.
Predicting the geographic origin of Spanish Cedar (Cedrela odorata L.) based on DNA variation. Finch, Kristen N.; Cronn, Richard C.; Ayala Richter, Marianella C.; Blanc-Jolivet, Céline; Correa Guerrero, Mónica C.; De Stefano Beltrán, Luis; García-Dávila, Carmen R.; Honorio Coronado, Eurídice N.; Palacios-Ramos, Sonia; Paredes-Villanueva, Kathelyn; Jones, F. Andrew. 2020. Conservation Genetics. 21(4): 625-639.
Estimation of yield gains at rotation-age from genetic tree improvement in coast Douglas-fir. Joo, Sukhyun; Maguire, Douglas A.; Jayawickrama, Keith J.S.; Ye, Terrance Z.; St. Clair, J. Bradley. 2020. Forest Ecology and Management. 466: 117930-.
Limited effects of long-term repeated season and interval of prescribed burning on understory vegetation compositional trajectories and indicator species in ponderosa pine forests of Northeastern Oregon, USA. Zald, Harold S. J.; Kerns, Becky K.; Day, Michelle A. 2020. Forests. 11(8): 834-.
Resource selection by GPS-tagged California spotted owls in mixed-ownership forests. Atuo, Fidelis A.; Roberts, Kevin; Whitmore, Sheila; Dotters, Brian P.; Raphael, Martin G.; Sawyer, Sarah C.; Keane, John J.; Gutiérrez, R.J.; Zachariah Peery, M. 2019. Forest Ecology and Management. 433: 295-304.
Passive acoustic monitoring effectively detects northern spotted owls and barred owls over a range of forest conditions. Duchac, Leila S; Lesmeister, Damon B; Dugger, Katie M; Ruff, Zachary J; Davis, Raymond J. 2020. The Condor. 122(3): 1-22.
Age distribution of red tree voles in northern spotted owl pellets estimated from molar tooth development. Marks-Fife, Chad A.; Forsman, Eric D.; Dugger, Katie M. 2020. Northwest Science. 93(3-4): 193-208.
Nutritional-landscape models link habitat use to condition of mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus). Merems, Jennifer L.; Shipley, Lisa A.; Levi, Taal; Ruprecht, Joel; Clark, Darren A.; Wisdom, Michael J.; Jackson, Nathan J.; Stewart, Kelley M.; Long, Ryan A. 2020. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 8: 1076-.
Short‐term reservoir draining to streambed for juvenile salmon passage and non‐native fish removal. Murphy, Christina A.; Taylor, Gregory; Pierce, Todd; Arismendi, Ivan; Johnson, Sherri L. 2019. Ecohydrology. 12(6): e2096.
Use of a mechanistic growth model in evaluating post-restoration habitat quality for juvenile salmonids. Polivka, Carlos M.; Mihaljevic, Joseph R.; Dwyer, Greg. 2020. PLOS ONE. 15(6): e0234072.
Habitat affinity and density-dependent movement as indicators of fish habitat restoration efficacy. Polivka, Carlos M. 2020. Ecosphere. 11(6): e03166-.
Modeling landscape use for ungulates: Forgotten tenets of ecology, management, and inference. Wisdom, Michael J.; Nielson, Ryan M.; Rowland, Mary M.; Proffitt, Kelly M. 2020. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 8:211.