College of Forest Resources Centers:
Annual Research Review

University of Washington, Seattle
April 18, 2008


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College of Forest Resources Centers -
B. Bruce Bare - Dean, College of Forest Resources

12:17
A Forest Management Plan for the Nisqually-Mashel State Park -
Gregory J. Ettl, Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest
34:03
Wind River Canopy Crane: A Synthesis of Carbon Research -
Ken Bible, Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility
36:18
Trends in International Wood Markets -
John Perez-Garcia, Center for International Trade in Forest Products
34:43
Non-destructive Prediction of Product Stiffness in Douglas-fir Trees and Logs basic relationships and influence of growing conditions -
David Briggs - Director, Stand Management & Precision Forestry Cooperatives
34:53
Optimizing timber harvest revenue with wildlife constraints for old-forest species using a spatially explicit habitat model and open source GIS -
Hiroo Imaki, Rural Technology Initiative
35:13
Beyond ground surface models: ecological applications of terrestrial and aerial LiDAR -
L. Monika Moskal, PhD - Precision Forestry Cooperative
46:08
Pacific salmon as vectors of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in the Cedar River watershed, WA -
Demetrius Fletcher, The Water Center
28:15
Application of the -3/2 Power Law to Young-Forest/Marginal Spotted Owl Habitat: Identifying Candidates and Prescriptions for More Complex Habitat -
Jason Cross and Jeff Comnick - Olympic Natural Resources Center
25:14