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Learn more about NW CASC-funded research in these publications.

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Managing western Washington wildfire risk in a changing climate

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildfire, Forests

Morgan, H.A., A. Bagley, L. McGill, and C.L. Raymond. 2019. Managing western Washington wildfire risk in a changing climate. Workshop summary report prepared by the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center and the Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington, Seattle.

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Probability of Streamflow Permanence Model (PROSPER): A spatially continuous model of annual streamflow permanence throughout the Pacific Northwest

Published in: | Research Themes: Water

Jaeger, K. L., R. Sando, R. R. McShane, J. B. Dunham, D. P. Hockman-Wert, K. E. Kaiser, K. Hafen, J. C. Risley, and K. W. Blasch. 2019. Probability of Streamflow Permanence Model (PROSPER): A spatially continuous model of annual streamflow permanence throughout the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Hydrology X 2:100005.

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Reassessing the success of experts and nonexperts at correctly differentiating between closely related species from camera trap images: A reply to Gooliaff and Hodges

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildlife

Thornton, D.H., T.W. King, A. Scully, and D. Murray. 2019. Reassessing the success of experts and nonexperts at correctly differentiating between closely related species from camera trap images: A reply to Gooliaff and Hodges. Ecology and Evolution 9:6172-6175.

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Regional scale dryland vegetation classification with an integrated lidar-hyperspectral approach

Published in: | Research Themes: Remote Sensing, Plants

Dashti, H., A. Poley, N. F. Glenn, N. Ilangakoon, L. Spaete, D. Roberts, J. Enterkine, A. N. Flores, S. L. Ustin, and J. J. Mitchell. 2019. Regional scale dryland vegetation classification with an integrated lidar-hyperspectral approach. Remote Sensing 11:2141.

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Spatial patterns of meadow sensitivities to interannual climate variability in the Sierra Nevada

Published in: | Research Themes: Grasslands, Water, Plants

Albano, C.M, M.L. McClure, S.E. Gross, W. Kitlasten, C.E. Soulard, C. Morton, and J. Huntington. 2019. Spatial patterns of meadow sensitivities to interannual climate variability in the Sierra Nevada. Ecohydrology 12:e2128.

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Thermal environments within aspen (Populus tremuloides) tree cavities during summer: implications for breeding and roosting cavity users

Published in: | Research Themes: Birds, Forests, Wildlife

Jarolimek, J., and K. Vierling. 2019. Thermal environments within aspen (Populus tremuloides) tree cavities during summer: implications for breeding and roosting cavity users. Journal of Thermal Biology 81:41–48.

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Vertical zonation and niche breadth of tidal marsh plants along the northeast Pacific coast

Published in: | Research Themes: Wetlands, Plants, Oceans and Coasts

Janousek, C. N., K. M. Thorne, and J. Y. Takekawa. 2019. Vertical zonation and niche breadth of tidal marsh plants along the northeast Pacific coast. Estuaries and Coasts 42:85–98.

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Warming alters hydrologic heterogeneity: simulated climate sensitivity of hydrology‐based microrefugia in the snow‐to‐rain transition zone

Published in: | Research Themes: Water

Marshall, A. M., T. E. Link, J. T. Abatzoglou, G. N. Flerchinger, D. G. Marks, and L. Tedrow. 2019. Warming alters hydrologic heterogeneity: simulated climate sensitivity of hydrology‐based microrefugia in the snow‐to‐rain transition zone. Water Resources Research 55:2122–2141.

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A physical framework for evaluating net effects of wet meadow restoration on late-summer streamflow

Published in: | Research Themes: Wetlands, Water, Plants

Nash, C. S., J. S. Selker, G. E. Grant, S. L. Lewis, and P. Noël. 2018. A physical framework for evaluating net effects of wet meadow restoration on late-summer streamflow. Ecohydrology 11:e1953.

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Appropriate sample size for monitoring burned pastures sagebrush steppe: how many plots are enough, and can one size fit all?

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildfire, Grasslands, Plants

Applestein, C., M.J. Germino, D.S. Pilliod, M.R. Fisk, and R.S. Arkle. 2018. Appropriate sample size for monitoring burned pastures sagebrush steppe: how many plots are enough, and can one size fit all? Rangeland Ecology & Management 71: 721-726.

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