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2003 Forestry Program for Oregon
Kemmis, Daniel. 2001. This Sovereign Land: A New Vision for Governing the West. Island Press, Washington, DC.
 
Oregon Department of Forestry. 2000. Oregon's First Approximation Report for Forest Sustainability. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 222 pages.
http://www.odf.state.or.us/Divisions/Resource_policy/Resource_Planning/far/far/ Last consulted August 12, 2003.
 
Western Governors' Association. 1999. Policy Resolution 99-013: Principles for Environmental Management in the West. http://www.westgov.org/wga/policy/02/enlibra_07.pdf Last consulted August 12, 2003.
 
Strategy A: Promote a sound legal system, effective and adequately funded government, leading-edge research, and sound economic policies
Perez-Garcia, John. 2003. The Importance of Oregon's Forests in US and International Markets: Meeting the Needs of Future Consumers of Forest Products and Environmental Services. Center for International Trade in Forest Products, College of Forestry, University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. 105 p.
 
Stauber, Karl N. 2001. "Why invest in rural America-and how? A critical public policy question for the 21st century." Pp. 33-63 in Economic Review, 2nd quarter. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Kansas City. http://www.kc.frb.org/PUBLICAT/ECONREV/PDF/2q01stau.pdf Last consulted August 12, 2003.
 
Strategy B: Ensure that Oregon's forests provide diverse social and economic outputs and benefits valued by the public in a fair, balanced, and efficient manner
Adams, Darius M., Randy S. Schillinger, Greg Latta, and Adrienne Van Nalts. 2002. Timber Harvest Projections for Private Land in Western Oregon. Research Contribution 37. Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University, Corvallis.
 
Adams, Darius M., and Greg Latta. 2003. Private Timber Harvest Potential in Eastern Oregon. Research Contribution 42. Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University, Corvallis. (in press)..
 
Birch, Kevin R. (coord). 2000. First Approximation Report for Sustainable Forest Management in Oregon. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 222 p.
 
Braden, Rosemarie, Hal Fossum, Ivan Eastin, John Dirks, and Eini Lowell. 1998. The Role of Manufacturing Clusters in the Pacific Northwest Forest Products Industry. CINTRAFOR. College of Forestry, University of Washington, Seattle. 56 p.
 
Byrne, John. 2001. The Oregon Family Forestlands Symposium: Symposium Summary. Committee for Family Forestlands, Oregon State University, Corvallis.
Davis, Adam. 2001. A Forestry Program for Oregon: Oregonians Discuss Their Opinions on Forest Management and Sustainability. Davis, Hibbitts, and McCaig. Portland OR. 72 p.
 
Ehinger, Paul F. and Associates. 2003, Personal communication. Eugene, Oregon.
Gebert, Krista M., Charles E. Keegan III, Sue Willets, and Al Chase. 2002. Utilization of Oregon's Timber Harvest and Associated Direct Economic Effects. 2002. General Technical Report. PNW-GTR-532. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland OR. 16 p.
 
Oregon Department of Forestry. 2000. Landowners Assistance Task Force: Report to the State Forester. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 26 p.
 
Ward, Franklin R., Gary J. Lettman, and Bruce A. Hisserote. 2000. Oregon's Forest Products Industry: 1998. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 82 p.
 
Strategy C: Maintain and enhance the productive capacity of Oregon's forests to improve the economic well-being of Oregon's communities
Adams, Darius M., Randy S. Schillinger, Greg Latta, and Adrienne Van Nalts. 2002. Timber Harvest Projections for Private Land in Western Oregon. Research Contribution 37. Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University, Corvallis.
 
Adams, Darius M., and Greg Latta. 2003. Private Timber Harvest Potential in Eastern Oregon. Research Contribution 42. Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University, Corvallis. (in press).
 
Beuter, John H., K. Norman Johnson, and H. Lynn Scheurman. 1976. Timber for Oregon's Tomorrow: An Analysis of Reasonably Possible Occurrences. Research Contribution 19. Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University, Corvallis. 119 p.
 
Azuma, David L., Paul A. Dunham, Bruce A. Hiserote, and Charles F. Veneklase. 1999. Timber Resource Statistics for Western Oregon, 1999. Resource Bulletin. PNW-RB-238. USDA Forest Service, PNW Research Station Portland, OR. 42 p.
 
Azuma, David L., Paul A. Dunham, Bruce A. Hiserote, and Charles F. Veneklase. 2002. Timber Resource Statistics for Eastern Oregon, 1999. Resource Bulletin PNW-RB-238. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland OR. 42 p.
 
Birch, Kevin R. (coord). 2000. First Approximation Report for Sustainable Forest Management in Oregon. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 222 p.
 
Lettman Gary J. (coord). 1999. Forests, Farms, and People: Land Use Change on Non-Federal Land in Western Oregon 1973-1994. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 55 p.
 
Lettman Gary J. (coord). 2002. Forests, Farms, and People: Land Use Change on Non-Federal Land in Western Oregon 1973-2000. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 48 p.
 
McKay, Neil, Mary A. Mei, and Gary J. Lettman. 1994. Timber Resource Statistics for Timberland Outside National Forests in Eastern Oregon. USDA, Forest Service, PNW Research Station, Resource Bulletin 203. Portland OR. 40 p.
 
McKay, Neil, Charles L. Bolsinger, Mary A. Mei, Gary J. Lettman, and David L. Azuma. 1998. Timber Resource Trends on Non-Federal Timberland in Western Oregon Between 1984-86 and 1994. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 126 p.
 
Oregon Department of Forestry. 1998. Managing Sustainable Community Forests: An Urban Forestry Plan for More Livable Oregon Communities. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 19 p.
 
Sessions, John (coord.) Timber for Oregon's Tomorrow: The 1989 Update. Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University. Corvallis. 184 p.
 
Strategy D: Protect, maintain, and enhance the soil and water resources of Oregon's forests
Beschta, R. L., J.R. Boyle, C. C. Chambers, W. P. Gibson, S. V. Gregory, J. Grizzel, J. C. Hagar, J. L. Li, W. C. McComb, T. W. Parzybok, M. L. Reiter, G. H. Taylor, and J. E. Warila. 1995. Cumulative Effects of Forest Practices in Oregon: Literature and synthesis. Prepared for the Oregon Department of Forestry. Oregon State University. Corvallis. 150 p.
 
Dent, Liz, and Joshua Robben. 2000. Aerial Pesticide Application Monitoring Final Report. Technical Report 7. Forest Practices Monitoring Program, Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 35 p.
 
Gresswell, R.E., D.S. Bateman, C.E. Torgersen, and D.P. Hockman-Wert. 2003. Multiple-scale effects of contemporary timber harvest on aquatic biota in Hinkle Creek, Umpqua River Basin, Oregon. USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, Corvallis.
 
Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team (IMST). 1999. Recovery of Wild Salmonids in Western Oregon Forests: Oregon Forest Practices Act Rules and the Measures in the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds. Technical Report 1999-1 of the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds, Governor's Natural Resources Office. Salem. http://www.fsl.orst.edu/imst/index.htm. Last consulted August 2, 2003.
 
Mills, Keith, and Jason Hinkle (eds). 2001. Forestry, Landslides and Public Safety: An issue paper prepared for the Oregon Board of Forestry. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 130 p.
 
Oregon Department of Forestry. 2000. Report of the Ad Hoc Forest Practices Advisory Committee on Salmon and Watershed to the Oregon Board of Forestry. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem.
 
Robison, E. G., K. Mills, J. T. Paul, L. Dent, and A. Skaugset. 1999. Oregon Department of Forestry 1996 Storm Impacts Monitoring Project: Final Report. Forest Practices Technical Report #4. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 141 p.
 
SOER Science Panel. 2000. Oregon State of the Environment Report 2000: Statewide summary. Produced for the Oregon Progress Board, Salem. 80 p.
 
Strategy E: Contribute to the conservation of diverse native plant and animal populations and their habitats in Oregon's forests
Arnold, Steven J., Jimmy Kagan, and Bruce Taylor. 2000. "Summary of current status of Oregon's biodiversity." Pp. 121-126 in Oregon State of the Environment report. Oregon Progress Board, Salem OR. http://www.econ.state.or.us/opb/soer2000/index.htm.pdf. Last consulted 2 August 2, 2003.
 
Johnson, David H., and Thomas A. O'Neil (managing directors). 2001. Wildlife-Habitat Relations in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.
 
Kagan, J.S., et al. 1999. Oregon Gap Analysis Final Report: A geographic approach to planning for biological diversity. Oregon Natural Heritage Program, Portland.
Oregon Biodiversity Project. 1998. Oregon's Living Landscape, Strategies and Opportunities to Conserve Biodiversity. Defenders of Wildlife, Lake Oswego, OR.
 
Birch, Kevin R. (coord). 2000. First Approximation Report for Sustainable Forest Management in Oregon. Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem. 222 p.
 
http://www.odf.state.or.us/Divisions/Resource_policy/Resource_Planning/far/far/ Last consulted August 12, 2003.
 
Rochelle, James A., Leslie A. Lehmann, and Joe Wisniewski (eds.). 1999. Forest Fragmentation: Wildlife and Management Implications. Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden. The Netherlands.
 
Wimberly, M.E., T.A. Spies, C.J. Long, and C. Whitlock. 2000. "Simulating historical variability in the amount of old forests in the Oregon Coast Range." Conservation Biology 14(2): 1-15.
 
Strategy F: Protect, maintain, and enhance the health of Oregon's forest ecosystems, watersheds, and airsheds within a context of natural disturbance and active management
 
Agee, J.K. 1990. "The historical role of fire in Pacific Northwest forests." Pp. 25-38 in Walstad, J.D.; S.R. Radosevich, and D.V. Sandberg (eds.), Natural and Prescribed Fire in Pacific Northwest Forests. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.
 
Campbell, Sally, and Leon Liegel (tech. cords). 1996. Disturbance and Forest Health in Oregon and Washington. General Technical Report. PNW-GTR-381. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Pacific Northwest Region, Portland; Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem; and Washington Department of Natural Resources, Olympia. 105 p.
 
Campbell, Sally, Gretchen Smith, Pat Temple, John Pronos, Regina Rochefort, and Chris Andersen. 2000. Monitoring for ozone injury in West Coast (Oregon, Washington, California) forests in 1998. General Technical Report. PNW-GTR-495. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland. 19 p.
 
Campbell, Sally, Virginia Hokkanen, Julie Johnson, and Keith Sprengel. 1997. Disturbance and Forest Health in Oregon and Washington 1996 Update. Prevention Report R6-FID-PR-001-98. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region. 60 p.
 
Clark, Lance R., and R. Neil Sampson. 1995. Forest Ecosystem Health in the Inland West: A Science and Policy Reader. Forest Policy Center, American Forests, Washington, DC. 37 p.
 
Fitzgerald, Stephen (compiler). 2002. Fire in Oregon's Forest: Assessing the Risk, Effects, and Treatment Options, A Synthesis of Current Issues and Scientific Literature. Oregon Forest Resources Institute, Portland.
 
Quigley, Thomas M., Richard W., Graham, Russell T., tech. eds. 1996. Integrated scientific assessment for ecosystem management in the interior Columbia basin and portions of the Klamath and Great Basins. General Technical Report. PNW-GTR-382. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. Portland OR. 303 p.
 
State of Oregon Governor's Natural Resources Office (GNRO). 2001. An 11-Point Strategy For Restoring Eastern Oregon Forests, Watersheds And Communities, 2001. Governor John A. Kitzhaber, M.D. Salem, OR. http://arcweb.sos.state.or.us/governors/Kitzhaber/web_pages/governor/download/final11pts.pdf Last consulted August 12, 2003.
 
Strategy G: Enhance carbon storage in Oregon's forests and forest products
Cathcart, James F. 2000. "Carbon sequestration: A working example in Oregon." Journal of Forestry 98(9): 32-37.
 
Cohen, Warren B., Mark E. Harmon, David O. Wallin, and Maria Fiorella. 1996. "Two decades of carbon flux from forests of the Pacific Northwest." BioScience 46(11): 836-844.
 
Harmon, Mark E., William K. Ferrell, and Jerry F. Franklin. 1990. "Effects on carbon storage of conversion of old-growth forests to young forests." Science 247: 699-702.
 
Harmon, Mark E., Janice M. Harmon, William K. Ferrell, and David Brooks. 1996. "Modeling carbon stores in Oregon and Washington forest products: 1900-1992." Climatic Change 33: 521-550.
 
Harmon, Mark E. 2001. "Forest contribution to the global carbon cycle." Presentation at A Landmark Assessment of Oregon's Forest Sustainability, 18 October 2001, Corvallis, OR.Oregon Board of Forestry and Oregon State University College of Forestry.
 
Harmon, Mark E. 2001. "Carbon sequestration in forests. Addressing the scale question." Journal of Forestry 99(4): 24-29.
 
McPherson, E. Gregory, and James R. Simpson. 1999. Carbon dioxide reduction through urban forestry: guidelines for professional and volunteer tree planters. General Technical Report PSW-GTR-171. USDA Pacific Southwest Research Station, Albany, CA. 237 p.
 
Sampson, R. Neil, and Dwight Hair eds. 1996. Forests and Global Change, v. 2: Forest Management Opportunities for Mitigating Carbon Emissions. American Forests, Washington, DC. 379 p.
 
Watson, Robert T., Ian R. Noble, Bert Bolin, N. H. Ravindranath, David J. Verardo, and David J. Dokken (eds.). 2000. Land Use, Land-Use Change, and Forestry. A Special Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. 375 p.
 
Wayburn, Laurie A., Jerry F. Franklin, John C. Gordon, Clark S. Binkley, David J. Mladenoff, and Norman L. Christensen, Jr. 2000. Forest Carbon in the United States: Opportunities & Options for Private Lands. The Pacific Forest Trust, Santa Rosa, CA. 44 p.