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  1. Water and Land Use Planning: A Case for Better Coordination

    Over the next 30 years, the population of Oregon is expected to grow by 1.6 million residents, of which half is expected to locate in the three counties comprising the Portland metropolitan region. At current...

  2. Mapping Conservation Opportunity Areas for the Intertwine's Regional Conservation Strategy

    As part of efforts to develop the Regional Conservation Strategy (RCS) for the greater Portland-Vancouver region, Oregon State University’s Institute for Natural Resources (INR) was asked to use spatial...

  3. Ecological Homogenization of Urban USA

    A visually apparent but scientifically untested outcome of land-use change is homogenization across urban areas, where neighborhoods in different parts of the country have similar patterns of roads, residential...

  4. Urban and Rural-residential Land Uses: Their Role in Watershed Health and the Rehabilitation of Oregon’s Wild Salmonids

    This technical report by the Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team (IMST) is a comprehensive review of how human activities in urban and rural-residential areas can alter aquatic ecosystems and resulting...

  5. Interview with Jim Labbe, Portland Audubon Society, 2011

    Interview of Jim Labbe by Tony Smith on March 11th, 2011.

  6. The Role of Habitat Restoration and Conservation in the Changing Socio-economic Conditions of Grant County, Oregon

    Habitat restoration has socio-economic as well as biophysical impacts. In Grant County, Oregon a recent influx of funding and technical resources for habitat restoration has led to focused monitoring efforts...

  7. Radical Conservation and the Politics of Planning: A Historical Study, 1917-1945

    This thesis is a historical, sociological case-study of the movement for public control and land-use planning prior to WWII. The impetus for this movement came from a radicalized faction of the forestry...

  8. Integrating Freight into Livable Communities

    Where livability is a goal of the planning process, freight runs the risk of not being considered except as an afterthought or as something to be excluded. Yet, freight is an integral part of local economic...

  9. Assessing the Homogenization of Urban Land Management With an Application to US Residential Lawn Care

    Changes in land use, land cover, and land management present some of the greatest potential global environmental challenges of the 21st century. Urbanization, one of the principal drivers of these...

  10. People of Snowy Mountain, People of the River: A Multi-Agency Ethnographic Overview and Compendium Relating to Tribes...

    The current document has been undertaken to assist agencies in meeting their obligations for federally mandated compliance and consultation with Indian tribes that have historical associations with Clark...

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