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  1. Vegetation and soils of the Hi-15 watersheds, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest

    Early in the planning of the Coniferous Biome research program, it was recognized that Experimental Watersheds 6, 7, and 8 in the

  2. Vegetation and soils of watersheds 2 and 3, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest

    Early in the planning of the Coniferous Biome program It was recognized that experimental watersheds 2 and 3 in the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest might provide ideal study sites for certain phases of the...

  3. Field guide to the forested plant associations of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

    A classification of forest vegetation is presented for the Mt. Baker-snoqualmie Forest. It is based on the potential National vegetation and uses the plant association as the basic unit. The classification is...

  4. Historic and Simulated Vegetation Dynamics in Former Oregon White Oak Savanna, Southern Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA

    Oak savanna was once widespread throughout the Willamette Valley, but changes in land use and disturbance regimes have degraded or destroyed most of that habitat. To identify how succession has operated in the...

  5. Texture analysis riparian coniferous forest ADAR imagery to identify potential ecological indicators for monitoring

    The Airborne Data Acquisition and Registration (ADAR) remote sensing system captured one-meter resolution imagery of 25 different riparian sites in drift Creek Basin of coastal northwestern Oregon, USA. The...

  6. Riparian vegetation recovery in the blast and airfall tephra zones of Mount St. Helens, Washington

    Riparian vegetation patterns within the blast,

  7. The land-water interface : patterns of riparian vegetation and channel morphology in the Oregon Coast Range system

    This study was conducted to describe variation of riparian vegetation in an Oregon

  8. The effectiveness of dietary learning on hedonic responses to a novel, initially disliked vegetable

    A previous study conducted in our laboratory demonstrated the critical role that retronasal odors play in vegetable liking and disliking. It remains unclear, however, why some individuals like certain vegetable...

  9. Experimental and numerical modeling of wave height attenuation by emergent coastal vegetation

    Coastal vegetation dampens waves which can provide benefits to the local area, but existing literature shows large variations in the degree of wave height attenuation depending on plant properties and wave...

  10. A landscape-scale analysis of vegetation recovery at Mount St. Helens

    I used satellite remote sensing to examine the key factors controlling the natural revegetation of Mount St. Helens since its eruption in 1980. The study required three stages: determining the amount of...

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