Faculty Publications
(awaiting further reporting)

Adams, M.J., S.D. West, and L. Kalmbach. 1999. Amphibian and reptile surveys of U.S. Navy lands on the Kitsap and Toandos Peninsulas, Washington. Northwestern Naturalist 80:1-7.

Agee, J.K. 1998. The landscape ecology of western fire regimes. Northwest Science (special issue). Pp. 24-34.

Agee, J.K. 1999. A coarse filter strategy. Forum, 14(1): 15-19.

Agee, J.K. 1999. A science review of the Columbia River Basin Assessment. In: Johnson, K.N., and others (eds.), Bioregional Assessment: At the Crossroads of Science, Management, and Policy. Island Press. Washington, D.C. Pp. 288-292

Agee, J.K. 1999. Fire effects on landscape fragmentation in interior West forests. In: Rochelle, J. et al. (eds) Forest Fragmentation: Wildlife and Management Implications. Brill Press. Boston, Massachusetts. Pp. 43-60

Agee, J.K. 1999. Foreword to Biswell, H.H. Prescribed Burning in California Wildlands Vegetation Management. University of California Press (paperback edition).

Ahmad, I., and J. Perez-Garcia. 1999. The economics of carbon emission and sequestration in the forestry sector of Peninsular Malaysia. In: Global Concerns for Forest Resource Utilization: Sustainable use and Management, Atsushi Y. and K. Yukutake (eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Alexander, K., C. Burley, A.W. Cooper, A. DeFault, D.W. Floyd, R. Gorte, S.G. Haines, B.B. Hronek, C.D. Oliver, E.W. Shepard, and M.T. Goergen. 1999. Report of the Society of American Foresters Task Force on Proposed Public Lands Management Legislation. Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, Maryland. 119 pp.

Arbaugh, M.J., D.L. Peterson, and P.R. Miller. 1999. Air pollution effects on growth of ponderosa pine, Jeffrey pine, and bigcone Douglas-fir. In: Miller, P.R. and J. McBride (eds.), Oxidant Air Pollution Impacts in the Montane Forests of Southern California: The San Bernardino Mountains Case Study. Springer-Verlag, New York. Pp. 179-207

Aubry, K.B., M.P. Amaranthus, C.B. Halpern, J.D. White, B.L. Woodard, C.E. Peterson, C.A. Lagoudakis, and A.J. Horton. 1999. Experimental design of the DEMO project: A study of varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention in harvest units in Oregon and Washington. Northwest Science 73(Special Issue): 12-26.

Barbour, J. and I. Eastin. 1996. Natural resource legislation in the U.S. Pacific Northwest and its mpact on the changing mix of forest products. In: Environmental Issues and Market Orientation: Current Topics in Forest Products Parketing. H. Juslin and M. Pesonen (Eds.). Proceedings of the IUFRO XX World Congress. University of Helsinki, Department of Forest Economics, Publication No. 4. Pp. 199-210.

Bauerle, W.L., T.M. Hinckley, J. Cermack, J. Kucera, and K. Bible. 1999. The canopy water relations of old-growth Douglas-fir trees. Trees 13: 211-217.

Boydak, M., H. Dirik, and C.D. Oliver. 1998. Climatic study of the introduction of some native fast growing forest tree species of the USA to Turkey. (In Turkish) In: Saylan L., ed., Tarim ve Orman Meterorolojisi'98 Sempozyumu, 21-23 Ekim, 1998. Istanbul Teknik Universitesi, Istanbul, Turkey. Pp. 188-193.

Brace, S., D.L. Peterson, and D. Bowers. 1999. A guide to ozone injury in vascular plants of the Pacific Northwest. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report GTR-PNW-446. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon.

Braden R., H. Fossum, I.L. Eastin, J. Dirks, and E. Lowell. 1998. The role of manufacturing clusters in the Pacific Northwest forest products industry. CINTRAFOR Working Paper No. 66. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Braden, R. 1999. An assessment of the South Korean market for non-structural wood products. CINTRAFOR Working Paper 69, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington. pp 63.

Bradley, G. 2000. Developing new silvicultural regimes: The eyes have it. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. January 2000 Science Findings. Portland, Oregon.

Briggs, D. 1999. Forest Industry. Topic in: Encarta 99 Encyclopedia. Microsoft Corporation.

Briggs, D. G. and E. C. Turnblom 1999. Modeling number and size of branches in young coastal US Douglas-fir plantations as affected by silvicultural treatments. Proc. 3rd Workshop IUFRO WP S5.01-04 "Connection between silviculture and wood quality through modeling approaches and simulation softwares". France Sept 5-12, 1999.

Brown, P.J. 1999. CO2 exchange, N2 fixation, and growth of Lobaria oregana transplants in old-growth forest canopy. B.A. Thesis, Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

Cardenas, V. 1999. Wastepaper in the United States: Outlook for wastepaper consumption to the year 2002. CINTRAFOR Working Paper 68. College of Forest Resources, University of Washington. pp 101 plus appendices.

Carey, A., B. Lippke, and J. Sessions. 1999. Intentional ecosystem management: Managing forests for biodiversity. Journal of Sustainable Forestry.

Chen, J., S.D. Saunders, T. Crow, K.D. Brosofske, G. Mroz, R. Naiman, B. Brookshire, and J. Franklin. 1999. Microclimate perspectives in forest ecosystems and landscapes. BioScience 49: 288-297.

Clement, J.P. and D.C. Shaw. 1999. Crown structure and the distribution of epiphyte functional group biomass in old-growth Pseudotsuga menziesii tree crowns. EcoScience 6: 243-254.

Cooper, S.M. and D.L. Peterson. 2000. Tropospheric ozone distribution in western Washington. Environmental Pollution 107:339-347.

Dale, V.H., J. Agee, J. Long, and B. Noon. 1999. Ecological sustainability is fundamental to managing the national forests and grasslands. Bulletin Ecological Society of America 80(3): 207-209.

Dinnie, E. 1999. Epicormic production rates in old-growth Douglas-fir. B.S. Thesis, University of Washington, Seattle.

Dutton, M. 1999. An analysis of western hemlock response to hemlock dwarf mistletoe. B.S. Thesis, University of Washington, Seattle.

Eastin, I.L. 1997. The strategic role of marketing in promoting sustainability in tropical Africa. Forest Products Research and Development Journal, 22(1): 79-88.

Eastin, I.L. 1998. The development of a strategic framework for effectively marketing lesser-used tropical timber species in Ghana. Final Report submitted to FORIG and ITTO for the FORIG-ITTO Project PD 179/91, Rev. 2. 114 pages.

Eastin, I.L. 1998. The marketing of lesser-used timber species. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Hardwood Symposium. National Hardwood Lumber Association, Memphis, Tennessee. Pp. 63-72.

Eastin, I.L. 1998. A technical assessment of the Japanese 2x4 residential construction system. 1998 Wood Technology Clinic and Show Conference Proceedings. March 25-27. Portland, Oregon.

Eastin, I.L. 1999. An overview of the North American structural panel market. Mokuzai Joho Journal. 15(1): 21-25.

Eastin, I.L., A. Addae-Mensah, and S.K. Appiah. 1998. The marketing of lesser-used tropical timber species. ITTO Tropical Forest Update, 8(1): 14-17.

Eastin, I.L., C. Lane, R.D. Fight, and J. Barbour. 1998. An assessment of the industrial markets for softwood clearwood lumber. Forest Products Journal 48(11/12).

Eastin, I.L., S. Fleishman, and S. Shook. 2000. Softwood lumber substitution in the residential construction industry: 1995 vs 1998. Forest Products Journal (submitted).

Eastin, I.L., S. Shook, and D. Simon. 1999. Softwood lumber substitution in the residential construction industry. Forest Products Journal 49(5): 1-8.

Eastin, I.L., S.A. Shook, R. Hashizume, and J. Roos. 1998. A technical assessment of the North American-style 2x4 residential construction system in Japan. Report for Washington State Department of Community Trade, and Economic Development. 167 pages.

Eastin, I.L., S.R. Shook, and W. Sammarco. 2000. An assessment of the PNW hardwood lumber industry. CINTRAFOR Working Paper No. 72. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Eastin, I.L., T.C. Ossinger, R.B. Williams, S.R. Shook, R. Hashizume, and J. Roos. 2000. A technical assessment of the North American-style 2x4 residential construction system in Japan. CINTRAFOR Working Paper No. 70. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Edmonds, R. L. and A. K. Barg. 1997. Deposition and watershed studies in Olympic National Park. 1996 Annual Report to the National Park Service, 909 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104. Technical Report NPS/CCSOUW/NRTR-97-04, March 1997.

Edmonds, R. L. and R. D. Blew. 1997. Trends in precipitation and stream chemistry in a pristine old-growth forest watershed, Olympic National Park, Washington. J. Amer. Water Res. Assoc. 33(4): 781-793.

Edmonds, R. L., R. D. Blew, J. L. Marra, J. Blew, A. K. Barg, G. Murray, and T. B. Thomas. 1998. Vegetation patterns, hydrology, and water chemistry, in small watersheds in the Hoh River Valley, Olympic National Park. Scientific Monograph NPSD/NRUSGS/NRSM-98/02, USDI, National Park Service.

Edmonds, R.L., J.K. Agee, and R.I. Gara. 1999. Forest Health and Protection. McGraw-Hill Companies. 630p.

Edmonds. R.L. and R. Herrmann. 1997. Nutrient inputs and outputs in a small old-growth forested watershed, Olympic National Park, Washington. Poster presented at a Gordon Conference on Hydrobiogeochemical Cycling, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, New Hampshire, August 3-8, 1997.

Elliott, M. 1996. Diseases in madrone. Poster presented at the 44th Annual Western International Forest Disease Work Conference, Sept. 16-29, 1996, Hood River, Oregon.

Elliott, M. 1999. The decline of Pacific madrone (Arbutus menziesii Pursh) in urban and natural environments: its causes and management. MS Thesis University of Washington, Seattle.

Elliott, M. 1999. Diseases of Pacific Madrone. In: Proceedings of Conference on Pacific Madrone, Center for Urban Horticulture, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Elliott, M., R. L. Edmonds, and L. J. Tuff. 1997. Role of stress in the development of Arbutus canker (Nattrassia mangiferae). Phytopathology 87S:27.

Elliott, M., R. L. Edmonds, and M. Lelander. 1997. Canker diseases of Pacific Madrone (Arbutus menziesii). Paper presented at the 45th Annual Western International Forest Disease Work Conference, Sept. 15-19, 1997, Prince George, BC. Proceedings of WIFDWC. Conference, pages 22-24.

Fernandez, E. O. and K.T. Hodgson.1998. Colloidal stability of Flexographic Newsprint deinking dispersions. Pulp and Paper Canada, 99(11): T 382.

Fessenden, J.E. 1999. Terrestrial Influence on atmospheric CO2, A mechanistic study using d 18O. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, San Diego.

Fleishman, S. and I.L. Eastin. 1999. Argentina’s forest products industry: A country profile. CINTRAFOR Working Paper No. 67. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Fleishman, S., I.L. Eastin, and S. Shook. 2000. Material substitution trends in residential construction, 1995 vs. 1998. CINTRAFOR Working Paper No. 73. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Floyd, D.W., K. Alexander, C. Burley, A.W. Cooper, A. DuFault, R.W. Gorte, S.G. Haines, B.B. Hronek, C.D. Oliver, and E.W. Shepard. 1999. Forests of discord: Options for governing our National Forests and Federal public lands. Report of the Society of American Foresters National Task Force. Published by the Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, Maryland. 84 pp.

Floyd, D.W., K. Alexander, C. Burley, A.W. Cooper, A. DuFault, R.W. Gorte, S.G. Haines, B.B. Hronek, C.D. Oliver, E.W. Shepard. 1999. Choosing a forest vision. Journal of Forestry 97(5): 44-46.

Gara, R.I., and J.S. Wilson. 1998. Relationships between fire and insects in forests of the Pacific Northwest. pp. 198-221. In: G.A. Ribeiro and L. Couto. eds. Proceedings of the First Latin American Seminar on Fire Management. Jun. 29 - Jul. 2, 1998. Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

Gara, R.I., D.R. Millegan, and K.E. Gibson. 1999. Integrated Pest Management of Ips pini (Coleoptera:Scolytidae) populations in southeastern Montana. J. Appl. Entomol. 123:354-358.

Gertsel, W.J. 1999. Deep-seated landslide inventory of the West-central Olympic Peninsula. Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources, Open File Report 99-2 July 1999.

Grialou, J.A., S.D. West, and R.N. Wilkins. 2000. The effects of forest clearcut harvesting and thinning on terrestrial salamanders. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:105-113.

Halpern, C.B. and M.G. Raphael, editors. 1999. Special issue on retention harvests in Northwestern forest ecosystems: The Demonstration of Ecosystem Management Options (DEMO) Study. Northwest Science 73(Special Issue): 1-2.

Halpern, C.B., S.A. Evans, and S. Nielson. 1999. Soil seed banks in young, closed-canopy forests of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington: Potential contributions to understory reinitiation. Canadian Journal of Botany 77:922-935.

Halpern, C.B., S.A. Evans, C.R. Nelson, D. McKenzie, D.A. Liguori, D.E. Hibbs, and M.G. Halaj. 1999. Response of forest vegetation to varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention: An overview of a long-term experiment. Northwest Science 73(Special Issue): 27-44.

Howe, G.T., J. Davis, Z. Jeknic, T.H.H. Chen, B. Frewen, H.D. Bradshaw, Jr., and P. Saruul. 1999. Physiological and genetic approaches to studying endodormancy-related traits in Populus. HortScience 34(7): 1174-1184.

Jacobs-Young, C.J., J.A. Heitmann, and R.A. Venditti. 1998. Conventional kraft pulping using enzyme pretreatment technology: Role of chip thickness, specie and enzyme combinations, In: Innovative Advances in the Forest Products Industries; AICHE Symposium Series No. 319, Ed. Brogdon, B., AICHE Books, Atlanta, Georgia. Pp. 1-15.

Jacobs-Young, C.J., R.A. Venditti, and T.W. Joyce. 1997. Effect of enzyme pretreatments on conventional kraft pulping. TAPPI International Pulping Conference, USA. Pp. 593-601.

Jacobs-Young, C.J., R.A. Venditti, and T.W. Joyce. 1998. Effect of enzymatic pretreatment on the diffusion of sodium hydroxide in wood. Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry Journal, 81(1): 260-266.

Jacobs-Young, C.J., R.A. Venditti, and T.W. Joyce. 1998. Effect of enzyme pretreatments on conventional kraft pulping. Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry Journal, 81(2): 143-147.

Jacobs-Young, C.J., R.A. Venditti, and T.W. Joyce. 1998. Enzyme applications in conventional kraft pulping. In: Enzyme Applications in Fiber Processing Series No. 687, Eriksson, K. and A. Cavaco-Paulo (eds.), American Chemical Society Books, Washington, DC, pp. 55-65.

Kearney, A.R. 1999. Teacher perspectives on environmental education and school improvement. Report prepared for the Evergreen Center for Educational Improvement, Olympia, Washington and the North Mason School District Model Links EE Program. This report has been published on the Evergreen Center's web page.

Kearney, A.R. and G. Bradley. 1998. Human dimensions of forest management: An empirical study of stakeholder perspectives. Urban Ecosystems, 2: 5-16.

Kearney, A.R., and G. Bradley. 1999. Values and perspectives on land use change along the urban-wildland fringe. Proceedings of the 1999 American Forests National Urban Forests Conference.

Kearney, A.R., G. Bradley, R. Kaplan, and S. Kaplan. 1999. Stakeholder perspectives on appropriate forest management in the Pacific Northwest. Forest Science, 45(1): 62-73.

King, T., Paw U, K.T., Hsiao, T., Falk, M., Moles, A., Matista, A, and Chen, J. 1999. Carbon dioxide, water vapor, sensible heat, and momentum fluxes in and above an old growth coastal temperate rainforest. The 23rd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, November 2-6, 1998, Albuquerque, New Mexico. American Meteorological Society, Boston. Pp. 32-33.

Kumar, S., R.R. Gustafson, and J. Rushton. 1999. Process Control News (for the Pulp and Paper Industries) 19(4): 2.

Lehmkuhl, J.F., S.D. West, C.L. Chambers, W.C. McComb, D.A. Manuwal, K.B. Aubry, J.L. Erickson, R.A. Gitzen and M. Leu. 1999. An experiment for assessing vertebrate response to varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention. Northwest Science 73:45-63.

Lezberg, A.L., J.A. Antos, and C.B. Halpern. 1999. Below-ground traits of herbaceous species in young, coniferous forests of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Canadian Journal of Botany 77: 936-943.

Lippke, B. 1999. Introduction to forest sector modeling. In: Proceedings of Global Concerns for Forest Resource Utilization (Part Iand II), Yukatake, K and A. Ashimoto (eds.) Kluwer Publishing Co.

Lippke, B. 1999. Changes in the export competitiveness of US solid wood exports. International Trade Commission 332 Investigation Brief, May 26, 1999.

Lippke, B. and B.B. Bare. 1999. Economic and environmental impact assessment of forest policy in Western Washington. Timber/West July 1999, 24(7).

Lippke, B. and J. Gruenfeld (cosponsors). 1999. Proceedings of the 15th annual marketing forest products conference. CINTRAFOR Special Paper 30, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington.

Lippke, B., B.B. Bare, W. Xu, J. Moffett, and B. Turner. 1999. The joint production of timber and environmental values: Demonstration for the Westside of Washington State. In: Global Concerns for Forest Resource Utilization: Sustainable Use and Management, Yoshimoto A., and K. Yukutake (eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Lippke, B.R and J.T. Bishop. 1999. The economic perspective. Chapter 18 in: Malcolm Hunter (ed.). Maintaining Biodiversity in Forest Ecosystems. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Lippke, B.R., B.B. Bare, W. Xu, and M. Mendoza. 1999. Assessment of the economic and environmental impacts of forest policy changes on the Westside of Washington: Riparian and upland management alternatives. CINTRAFOR SP 27, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington.

Liu, Y, R.R. Gustafson and J. Callis. 1999. A novel method to measure single fiber kappa numbers. TAPPI 82(9):107-111.

Liu, Y., R.R. Gustafson, J. Callis, and W. McKean. 1999. Microspectroscopic analysis and kappa determination of single pulp fibres stained with acridine orange. Journal of Pulp and Paper Science 25(10): 351-355.

Lyons, B. 1998. Crown structure and spatial distribution of epiphytes on three height classes of western hemlock in an old-growth forest, Wind River, Washington. M.E.S. Thesis, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington.

Marra, J. L. and R. L. Edmonds. 1996. Density of coarse woody debris invertebrates in 50 year-old Douglas-fir/western hemlock stands on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Poster presented at NW Scientific Association Annual Meeting, March 20-22, 1996, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma.

Marra, J. L. and R. L. Edmonds. 1996. Habitat Development Project: Pre-treatment sampling of coarse woody debris invertebrates in 50-year-old Douglas-fir/western hemlock stands on the Olympic Peninsula. Report to the USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Experiment Station, Olympia, Washington.

Martin, T.A., T.M. Hinckley, F.C. Meinzer, and D.G. Sprugel. 1999. The effect of boundary layer conductance on leaf temperature and transpiration of Abies amabilis branches. Tree Physiology 19:435-443.

Marzluff, J. M. and M. Restani. 1999. The effects of forest fragmentation on avian nest predation. In: Rochelle J.A., L. A. Lehmann, and J. Wisniewski eds. Forest Fragmentation: Wildlife and Management Implications. Brill Academic Publishing, Leiden, The Neatherlands. Pp: 155-169.

Marzluff, J. M. and R. Sallabanks. (eds.) 1998. Avian conservation-research and management. Island Press. 563 pp.

Marzluff, J. M., F. R. Gehlbach, and D. A. Manuwal. 1998. Urban environments: influences on avifauna and challenges for the avian conservationist. In: Marzluff J.M. and R. Sallabanks (eds.), Avian Conservation. Island Press. Pp. 283-299.

Marzluff, J.M. 1998. Book review of D. Ratcliffe’s: The Raven. Condor 100:185-187.

Marzluff, J.M. and R. Sallabanks. 1998. Past approaches and future directions for avian conservation biology. In: Marzluff J.M. and R. Sallabanks (eds.). Avian Conservation. Island Press. Pp. 5-14.

Mathiasen, R.L. and D.C. Shaw. 1998. Adult sex ration of western hemlock dwarf mistletoe in six heavily infected western hemlock. Madrono 45: 210-214.

McKenzie, D. and C.B. Halpern. 1999. Modeling the distributions of shrub species in Pacific Northwest forests. Forest Ecology and Management 114:293-307.

Minakawa, N. and R.I. Gara. 1999. Ecological effects of a chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) spawning run in a stream of the Pacific Northwest. J. Freshwater Ecology. 22:154-156.

Ness, J. and K.T. Hodgson. 1999. Effects of Peroxide Bleaching on Thermo-mechanical Pulp Self-Sizing, Nordic Pulp and Paper Research Journal, 14(2): 111.

Norheim, R.A., D.L. Peterson, N.R. Chrisman, T.Z. Alcock, and E.G. Schreiner. 1999. Developing an NSDI and NBII clearinghouse node for the Olympic Peninsula, Washington State. In: Proceedings of the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping Annual Convention. American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Bethesda, Maryland.

Norheim, R.A., D.L. Peterson, N.R. Chrisman, T.Z. Alcock, and E.G. Schreiner. 1999. Developing an NSDI and NBII clearinghouse node for the Olympic Peninsula, Washington State. In: Proceedings of the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping Annual Convention. American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Bethesda, Maryland.

Oliver, C. 1999. The future of the forest management industry: Highly mechanized plantations and reserves or a knowledge-intensive integrated approach? Forestry Chronicle 75(2): 229-245.

Oliver, C.D. 1999. Environmental issues and opportunities in forestry and forest products management. In: Meyer D.A., ed., Environmental Demands on Eastern Hardwoods: Issues, Impacts, and Opportunities. Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Hardwood Symposium, Salt Fork Resort and Conference Center, Cambridge, Ohio, May 20-22, 1999. National Hardwood Lumber Association, Memphis, Tennessee. Pp. 1-22.

Oliver, C.D., and M. Twery. 1999. Decision support systems/models and analyses. In: Ecological Stewardship: A Common Reference for Ecosystem Management. Elsevier Science Ltd. Pp. 661-685.

Paun, D. 1999. Voice of the customer. Chapter in: Cortada J. and J. Woods, eds., Quality Yearbook 1998 Edition. New York: McGraw Hill Books.

Paun, D. 1999. Small diameter roundwood timber: Exploration of the post market in highway applications. For USFS Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsin.

Paun, D. and G. Jackson. 2000. Small diameter roundwood timber: Appraising post usage in highway applications. Madison, Wisconsin: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service (forthcoming).

Paun, D. with A. Shoham (first author). 1998. A study of international modes of entry and orientation strategies used in countertrade transactions. Journal of Global Marketing, 11(3): 5-19.

Paun, D. with A. Shoham (first author). 1998. A multinational analysis of firms using international countertrade. Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing 4(2): 33-51.

Paun, D. with K. McDonald, (first author). 1998. Public policy implications of employing nature to sell products. WiNR Journal, 19(3): 30-33.

Paun, D. with O. Trendel (first author). 1999. A practical guide to the pulp and paper industry: A bibliography and review of business publications. Center for International Trade in Forest Products, Special Paper 31. Seattle, Washington. 26 pp.

Paun, D. with R. Vlosky (first author), E. Wilson, D. Cohen, R. Fontenot, W. Johnston, R. Kozak, D. Lawson, J. Lewin, E. Ross, J. Simpson, P. Smith, T. Smith, and B. Wren. 1998. Partnerships versus typical relationships between wood products distributors and their manufacturer suppliers. Forest Products Journal, 48(3): 27-35.

Paun, D., A. Bjorkman, C. Nelson, S. Fleishman, C.L. Mason, S. Wilson, J. Ness, J. Roos, and R. Gustafson. 1998. A performance analysis of North American pulp, paper, and packaging companies. TAPPI Journal 81(12): 75-82.

Paun, D., O. Trendel, J. Mathews, M. Mead, Y. Liu, K. Cunningham, J. Nelson, M. Swanson, K. Hodgson, and E. Kelley. 1999. A financial analyses of North American pulp, paper, and packaging firms. TAPPI Journal, 82(9): 58-66.

Pearson, S. and D. Manuwal. (in final review). Breeding bird response to riparian buffer width. Ecological Applications.

Peplow, D. 1999. M.S. Thesis, University of Washington, Seattle.

Perez-Garcia, J.M. 1998. The future of wood in world markets (in Spanish). In: The Development of the Forest Industry: Opportunities for the 21st Century. IDEA and FEDEMADERA, Medellin, Colombia.

Perez-Garcia, J.M. 1998. Latin America's position in global markets (in Spanish). In: The Development of the Forest Industry: Opportunities for the 21st Century. IDEA and FEDEMADERA, Medellin, Colombia.

Perez-Garcia, J.M. 1998. Economic issues of carbon sequestration in forestry projects (in Spanish). In: The Development of the Forest Industry: Opportunities for the 21st Century. IDEA and FEDEMADERA, Medellin, Colombia.

Perez-Garcia, J.M., Y. Wang and W. Xu. 1999. An economic and environmental assessment of the Asia forest sector. In: Global Concerns for Forest Resource Utilization: Sustainable Use and Management, Yoshimoto, A. and K. Yukutake (eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Peterson, D.L. 1999. Conservation biology principles for forested landscapes. Book review. Northwest Science 73:63-64.

Peterson, D.L. 1999. Wildfire, forest fire, grass fire. In: Alexander, D.E. and R.W. Fairbridge (eds.), Encyclopedia of Environmental Science. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Pp. 700-701

Peterson, D.L. 1999. Yellowstone and the biology of time. Book review. Northwest Science 73:138-139.

Peterson, D.L. 1999. Yellowstone and the biology of time. Book review. Park Science 19:12-13.

Peterson, D.L. and D.L. Schmoldt. 1999. Using analytical tools for decision making and program planning in natural resources: Breaking the fear barrier. In: Harmon, D. (ed.), On the Frontiers of Conservation. George Wright Society, Hancock, Michigan. Pp. 256-262

Peterson, D.L., D. Bowers, and S. Brace. 1999. Tropospheric ozone in the Nisqually River drainage, Mount Rainier National Park. Northwest Science 73:241-254.

Peterson, D.L., D.G. Silsbee, and K.T. Redmond. 1999. Long-term hydrological patterns at Crater Lake, Oregon. Northwest Science 138:121-130.

Portorie, G., Mendez-Treneman, S. Hummel, and C.D. Oliver. 2000. Developing desired future conditions with the landscape management system. In: Proceedings of the USDA Forest Service National Silviculture Workshop, October 4-7, 1999. Kalispell, Montana. (In press.)

Pressley, S., B. Lamb, C. Claiborn, H. Westberg, and E. Allwine. 1998. Emission of biogenic hydrocarbons in relation to physiological activities and carbon budget. A.M.S. Proceedings Journal: 317-320.

Reichard, S. 1999. Book review of "Plant Invasions: Ecological Mechanisms and Human Responses," edited by Starfinger, U., K. Edwards, I. Kowarik, and M. Williamson. The Quarterly Review of Biology 74:488.

Reichard, S. 1999. A method for evaluating plant invasiveness. The Public Garden 14(2): 19-21.

Reichard, S. 1999. A review of impacts of non-native invasive species. Washington Native Plant Society Occasional Papers, Volume 7.

Reichard, S. 1999. Off-site (ex situ) conservation of rare plants. Douglasia 24(1): 19-20.

Reichard, S., B. Yinger, H. Grambling, D.J. Ellis, M. Yanny, R. Gass, J. Randall, K. Warren, and C. Regelbrugge. 1999. Invasives Roundtable. American Nurseryman 187: 54-77.

Rhee, H. 1999. Modeling forest road surface erosion using the Water Erosion Prediction Model. M.S. Thesis. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Roberts, E.F. 1998. Seasonal and spatial variation in oxidative stress in an old growth Pseudotsuga menziesii canopy. B.A. Thesis, Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

Robertson G. 1999. Employment impact multipliers and the economic role of timber in the small forest communities of Southeast Alaska. In: Global Concerns for Forest Resource Utilization: Sustainable Use and Management, Atsushi Y. and Y. Kiyoshi (eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Robertson, G. 1999. What happens when the mill shuts down? A test of the economic base hypothesis in the small forest communities of Southeast Alaska. Thesis. University of Washington.

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