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View Resource Wetland Management for Amphibians in the Willamette Valley

Known threats to amphibians in the Willamette Valley, Oregon include habitat loss and alteration, and invasion of non-native species. Options for wetland managers and policy makers to protect native...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs2004-3039.pdf
View Resource Response of Birds to Thinning Young Douglas-fir Forests

Due to management policies and fire, many conifer forests in western Oregon are even-aged, dense Douglas-fir stands that may limit key habitat for some animals. Effects of thinning were seen within...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs-033-03.pdf
View Resource Managed Forest Reserves: Preserving Diversity

Old-growth forests in western Oregon grew rapidly in low densities and contained more variable tree sizes and ages than today's young forests. Where the goal is to achieve old-growth forest structure...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs-034-03.pdf
View Resource Loss of Sagebrush Ecosystems and Declining Bird Populations in the Intermountain West: Priority Research Issues and Information Needs

The unique biodiversity of this region faces potentially devastating change as the result of land use. At a multi-agency workshop, scientists and managers identified the priority research issues and...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs-122-02.pdf
View Resource Effects of Shrubland Changes on Birds in the Intermountain West

Information from field surveys is integrated with satellite images to determine how changes caused by major disturbances and land use practices have influenced shrubland. The analysis will help to...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs-123-02.pdf
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