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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 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 Biological Science in the Great Basin

Predominantly a high-altitude desert, the Great Basin is surprisingly full of life. Several USGS projects are profiled, including conserving the greater sage-grouse, determining rangeland health,...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs-2005-3004.pdf
View Resource Importance of Wood in Headwater Streams of the Oregon Coast Range

The erosion of a steep stream channel to bedrock offers a unique opportunity to measure the rate of wood and sediment accumulation. With an adequate supply of wood, small steams can store large...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/cfer-fs-04.pdf
View Resource Science for the Changing Great Basin

The huge expanse of the Great Basin offers a compelling opportunity to conduct large-scale science in a relatively understudied region. A research strategy, developed by the USGS and partners,...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs2004-3071.pdf
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