2011 Science Accomplishments Report of the Pacific Northwest Research StationAuthor(s): Rhonda Mazza
Source: 2010 Science Accomplishments Report of the Pacific Northwest Research Station. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionExpertise, dedication, and partnership: these are key elements to success within the Pacific Northwest Research Station. Fostering these elements enables the station to generate timely scientific information for land managers and policymakers to use for decisions about managing natural resources.
In 2011, several projects examined ecosystem processes across large landscapes. The Integrated Landscape Assessment Project, for example, developed models for assessing wildlife habitat, fire risk, vegetation, development, and likely effects of climate change across watersheds in Washington, Oregon, Arizona, and New Mexico. These models are helping public and private land managers prioritize management efforts.
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CitationMazza, Rhonda. 2012. 2011 Science Accomplishments Report of the Pacific Northwest Research Station. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 88 p.
KeywordsClimate change research, community sustainability, fire and smoke, forests and grasslands, watershed health, wildlife, learning events.
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