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A New Look at the Quantities and Volumes of Instream Wood in Forested Basins within Washington State
(University of Washington, 2001)
Instream wood is recognized as an important feature linked to channel processes that benefit salmonids. Stream channel assessments and restoration/enhancement efforts often associate salmon habitat quality with the quantity and volume of woody debris. Existing wood targets used to assist resource managers do not adequately ...
Dynamic growth and yield modeling with climate: a model for plantation Douglas-fir in the Pacific Northwest
A pair of nested, dynamic, stand level growth and yield models with an annual base time step were developed to examine the potential effects of climate, represented by the Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI), on the growth of untreated plantation Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) stands in the Pacific Northwest. The nested ...