Working Papers and Technical Reports

2009

Klinka, K. and Brisco, D. 2009. Silvics and Silviculture of coastal western redcedar: a literature review. British Columbia Ministry of Forest and Range, Forest Science Program. Special report series, ISSN 0843-6452;11.

2008

Briggs, D. 2008. Enhancing Forest Value Productivity Through Fiber Quality. Fiber Quality Gap Analysis Report to National Council on Air & Stream Improvement. College of Forest Resources, University of Washington. Seattle, WA. 15pp.

Briggs, D. 2008. Western Research Cooperatives. Fiber Quality Gap Analysis Report to National Council on Air & Stream Improvement. College of Forest Resources, University of Washington. Seattle, WA. 14pp.

Flewelling, J.W, D.D. Marshall 2008. Calibration and Modification for the Pacific Northwest of the New Zealand Doluglas-fir Growth Model. Gen. Tech. Rep 754. USDA Frost Sercie Pacific Northwest Exp. Sta., Portland, OR. 42pp.

2007

Briggs, D. Management practices on Pacific Northwest west-side industrial forest lands, 1991-2005: with projections to 2010. 2007. (Working Paper 6)

Ares, A., T.A. Terry, K.B., Piatek, R.B., Harrison, C.A., Harrington, R. Meade, R. Leon, R.E. Miller, B.L., Flaming, C.W. Licata, K. Petersen, B.D. Strahm, H.W., Anderson, L.C. Brodie, and J.M. Kraft. 2007. Pre- and postharvest stores of carbon and nitrogen in a highly-productive forest site subjected to increasing biomass removals in coastal Washington. Weyerhaeuser Company Technical Note. 15 pp.

Ares, A., T.A. Terry, K.B Piatek, R.B. Harrison, R.E. Miller, B.L. Flaming, C.W. Licata, B.D. Strahm, C.A. Harrington, R. Meade, H.W. Anderson, L.C. Brodie, J.M. Kraft. 2007. The Fall River long-term site productivity study in coastal Washington: site characteristics, methods, and biomass and carbon and nitrogen stores before and after harvest. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-691. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. 85 pp.

Hann, D., D. Marshall, M. Hanus. Reanalysis of the Western Hemlock Diameter-Growth-Rate Equation in SMC-Organon. 2007. (Working Paper 5)

Cherry, M.L., Vikram, V., Briggs, D.,G. Cress, D., Howe, G.T. 2007. Genetic Variation in Direct and Indirect Measures of Wood Stiffness in Coastal Douglas-fir. PNWTIRC Report 27. Pacific Northwest Tree Improvement Research Cooperative, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. 30 pp.

Footen, P.W. and R.B. Harrison. 2007. King County METRO Biosolids 5 year Report for 2007.

Footen, P.W., R. Harrison, B. Strahm. 2007. Stand growth response of Douglas-fir to biosolids applications. Report to King County DNR. College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 61 pp.

Turnblom, E.C., Andrew Hill, 2007. Using climate related information to improve short term growth projections. Final report to USDA Forest Service PNW Research Station JV agreement PNW-02-JV-11261979-145. College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 64 pp.

2006

Amoroso, M.M. and E.C. Turnblom. 2006. On the effects of tree crop rotation: Red alder following alder or Douglas fir; Douglas-fir following fir or alder. In: Proceedings. Red alder: A state of knowledge. International symposium on red alder held at University of Washington Center for Urban Horticulture in Seattle, WA 23 – 25 Mar 2005. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Res. Station, Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-669 p. 115 – 121.

Hann, D.W, D.D. Marshall, M.L. Hanus 2006. Reanalysis of the SMC-ORGANON equations for diameter growth rate, height growth rate, and mortality rate of Douglas-fir. Research. Contribution 49. Forest Research Laboratory. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. 24 pp.

2005

Briggs, D. G. 2005. Assessing and Managing Stands to Meet Quality Objectives. In Harrington Constance A., Schoenholz, Stephen H. eds.; “Productivity of Western Forests: A Forest Products Focus” Gen. Tech. Rep. PNWGTR-642; U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland OR. pp 141-152.

Carter, P. D. Briggs, R.J. Ross, X. Wang 2005. Acoustic Testing to Enhance Western Forest Values and Meet Customer Wood Quality Needs. In Harrington Constance A., Schoenholz, Stephen H. eds.; “Productivity of Western Forests: A Forest Products Focus” Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-642; U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland OR. pp 121-129.

Li, Y., Turnblom, E., Briggs, D. 2005. Effects of Fertilization and Density Control on Growth and Yield of Young Douglas-Fir Plantations: Results from SMC Type I Installations. (Working Paper 4)

Strahm, B.D., R.B. Harrison, B.L. Flaming, T.A. Terry, C.W. Licata, and K.S. Petersen. 2005. Factors Affecting Nitrogen Mobility: Organic Matter Retention and Variable-charge Soils. p. 165. In C.A. Harrington and S.H. Schoenholtz (eds.) Proc. of Productivity of Western Forests: A Forest Products Focus. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-642. Portland, Oregon: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.

2004

Amoroso, M., Turnblom, E., Briggs, D. 2004. Growth and Yield of Douglas-fir & Western Hemlock in Pure and Mixed Planted Stands: Results at Age 12 from the SMC Type III Trials. (Working Paper 3)

2001

Briggs, D. and J. Trobaugh. 2001. Management Practices on Pacific Northwest-Side Industrial Forest Lands, 1991-2000: With Projections to 2005. (Working Paper 2)

Flewelling, J., R. Collier, B. Gonyea. Marshall D, and Turnblom E. 2001. Height-Age Curves for Planted Stands of Douglas-fir, with Adjustments for Density. (Working Paper 1)

Turnblom, E. and S. Pittman. 2001. Progress in Juvenile Douglas-Fir Plantations with Respect to the "Crossover" Effect.

1999

Hinckley, T., Z. Shen, H. Barnard. 1999. Effects of N-Fertilization on Instantaneous Carbon Fixation Ability of Douglas-Fir Foliage: Relative Importance of Leaf Area and Photosynthetic Rate.

Turnblom, E. and R. Harrison. 1999. Growth of Immature, Spaced and Fertilized Douglas-Fir Stands: Second Measurement Results.