Adamus, P.R., K. Larsen, G. Gillson, and C.R. Miller. 2001.
Oregon breeding bird atlas. Oregon Field Ornithologists, P.O. Box
103373, Eugene, Oregon 97440. CD-ROM.
Bell, S.S., E.D. McCoy, and H.R. Mushinsky.1991.Habitat structure, the physical arrangements
of objects in space.Chapman and Hall:
New York. xiv+438 p.
J.G., and S. Langley-Turnbaugh. 1997. Biogeochemical cycling in coniferous ecosystems on
different aged marine terraces in coastal Oregon. Journal of Environmental
Quality 26: 292-301.
Bormann, B.T., and A.R. Kiester.In policy review.Putting uncertainty to work: options forestry.To be submitted to Journal of Forestry.
Bormann, B.T., J.R. Martin, F.H. Wagner, G. Wood, J. Alegria,
P.G. Cunningham, M.H. Brookes, P. Friesema, J. Berg, and J.
Henshaw. 1999. Adaptive management. Pages 505-533 in N.C.
Johnson, A.J. Malk, W. Sexton, and R. Szaro, editors. Ecological stewardship:
a common reference for ecosystem management. Elsevier: Amsterdam.
Carpenter, R. 1990. Large-scale perturbations: opportunities
for innovation. Ecology 71(6): 2038-2043
Collingwood, R.G. 1993. The idea of history (revised edition).
Clarendon Press: Oxford. P. xlvii-510.
DeVries, P.J., D. Murray, and R. Lande. 1997. Species diversity
in vertical, horizontal, and temporal dimensions of a fruit-feeding
butterfly community in an Ecuadorian rainforest. Biological Journal of the
Linnean Society 62: 343-364.
Edwards, P.J., R.M. May, and N.R. Webb, editors. 1993.
Large-scale ecology and conservation biology. Blackwell Publications
Scientific Publications: Oxford. 374 p.
and R. Tibshirani. 1991. Statistics in the computer age. Science 253:
EIS. 2001. Environmental impact statement, Five Rivers
landscape management project.USDA Forest
Service, Pacific Northwest Region, Portland, OR. 112 p.
Franklin, J.F., K. Cromack, Jr., W. Dennison, A. McKee, C.
Maser, J. Sedell, F. Swanson, and G. Juday.1981.Ecological characteristics of old-growth forests.General Technical
Report PNW-GTR-118. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station,
Gucinski, H., M.J. Furniss, R.R. Ziemer, and M.H. Brookes.
2001. Forest roads: a synthesis of scientific information. General
Technical Report: PNW-GTR-509. Portland, OR: USDA, Forest Service, Pacific
Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. 103
Hann, D.W., A.S. Hester and C.L.
Olsen.1995.ORGANON user's manual: Edition 5.0. Department of Forest Resources, Oregon State University,
Corvallis, OR.127 p.
Homann, P.S., B.T. Bormann, and J.R.
Boyle.2001.Detecting treatment differences in soil carbon and nitrogen resulting from forest
manipulations. Soil Science Society of America Journal 65 (2): 463-469.
Impara, P.1998.Spatial and temporal patterns of fire in the forests of the central
Oregon Coast Range.Ph.D. thesis,
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. 354 p.
Jassby, A.D., and T.M. Powell. 1990.
Detecting changes in ecological time series. Ecology 71(6): 2044-2052.
Lande, R. 1996. Statistics and
partitioning of species diversity, and similarity among multiple communities. Oikos 76: 5-13.
Long, C.J., C. Whitlock, C.P. Patton,
and R.D. Plank.1998.A 9,000-year fire history from the Oregon Coast Range, based on a high-resolution
charcoal study.Canadian Journal of Forestry Research 28: 774-787.
Means, Joseph E., H.A. Hansen, G.J. Koerper, P.B. Alaback, and
M.W. Klopsch. 1994. Software for computing plant biomass--BIOPAK
users guide. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-340. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest
Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station: Portland, OR.
Miller, T.W. 1994. Model selection in tree-structured
regression. Pages 158-163 in: Proceedings of the Statistical Computing
Section. American Statistical Association: Alexandria,
Department of Forestry, Tillamook District Implementation Plan[online] URL:
Poage, N., and J.C. Tappeiner II. 2002. Long-term patterns of
diameter and basal-area growth of individual old-growth Douglas-fir trees in
western Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32:
Rojanasoonthon, S. 1963. State of weathering of some upland
soils in the Alsea basin, Oregon. M.S. degree, Oregon State University,
Corvallis, OR. 129 p.
Rosso, P.H. 2001. Distribution and prediction of Swiss needle
cast of Douglas-fir in coastal Oregon. Ph.D. thesis, Department of Botany
and Plant Pathology, Oregon State University, Corvallis,
OR. 130 p.
Schumaker, N.H. 1996. Using landscape indices to predict
habitat connectivity. Ecology 77: 1210-1225.
Stankey, G.S., B.T. Bormann, C. Ryan, B. Shindler, V.
Sturtevant, R.N. Clark, and C. Philpot.In press. Adaptive management and the Northwest Forest Plan:
rhetoric and reality. Journal of Forestry.
Stein, W. 1999. 6-year growth of Douglas-fir saplings after
manual or herbicide release from coastal shrub competition PNW-RP-500,
Pacific Northwest Research Station: Portland, OR.
Stein, W. 1995. 10-year development of Douglas-fir and
associated vegetation after different site
preparation on Coast Range clearcuts. PNW-RP-473, Pacific Northwest Research Station:
Tappeiner, J.C., D.W. Huffman, D. Marshall, T.A. Spies, and
J.D. Bailey. 1997. Density, ages, and growth ratios in old-growth and
young-growth forests in coastal Oregon. Canadian Journal of
Forest Research 27: 638-648.
1977. Exploratory data analysis. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley
Ugolini, F.C., G. Corti, A. Agnelli, and F. Piccardi. 1996.
Mineralogical, physical, and chemical properties of rock fragments in
soil. Soil Science 161: 521- 542.
Ugolini, F.C., G. Corti, J. Dufey, A. Agnelli, and G. Certini.
2001. Exchangeable Ca, Mg, and K of rock fragments and fine earth from
sandstone and siltstone derived soils and their availability
to grass. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 164: 309-315.