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

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Small-scale water deficits after wildfires create long-lasting ecological impacts

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildfire, Drought, Water

O’Connor, R.C., M.J. Germino, D.M. Barnard, C.M. Andrews, J.B. Bradford, D.S. Pilliod, R.S. Arkle, and R.K. Shriver. 2020. Small-scale water deficits after wildfires create long-lasting ecological impacts. Environmental Research Letters 15: 044001.

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Testing the interactive effects of flooding and salinity on tidal marsh plant productivity

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

Buffington, K.J., A.C. Goodman, C.M. Freeman, and K.M. Thorne. 2020. Testing the interactive effects of flooding and salinity on tidal marsh plant productivity. Aquatic Botany 164:103231.

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The influence of climate variability on the accuracy of NHD perennial and non-perennial stream classifications

Published in: | Research Themes: Water

Hafen, K.C., K.W. Blasch, A. Rea, R. Sando, and P.E. Gessler. 2020. The influence of climate variability on the accuracy of NHD perennial and non-perennial stream classifications. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 56:903-916.

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Topographic, soil, and climate drivers of drought sensitivity in forests and shrublands of the Pacific Northwest, USA

Published in: | Research Themes: Drought, Forests, Grasslands

Cartwright, J.M., C.E. Littlefield, J.L. Michalak, J.J. Lawler, and S.Z. Dobrowski. 2020. Topographic, soil, and climate drivers of drought sensitivity in forests and shrublands of the Pacific Northwest, USA. Scientific Reports 10:18486.

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Typologizing stakeholder information use to better understand the impacts of collaborative climate science

Published in: | Research Themes: Co-production

VanderMolen, K., A.M. Meadow, A. Horangic, and T.U. Wall. 2020. Typologizing stakeholder information use to better understand the impacts of collaborative climate science. Environmental Management 65:178-189.

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Will lynx lose their edge? Canada lynx occupancy in Washington

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildlife, Habitat Connectivity

King, T.W., C. Vynne, D. Miller, S. Fisher, S. Fitkin, J. Rohrer, J.I. Ransom, and D.H. Thornton. 2020. Will Lynx Lose Their Edge? Canada lynx occupancy in Washington. Journal of Wildlife Management 84:705-725.

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A new approach to mapping landslide hazards: a probabilistic integration of empirical and physically based models in the North Cascades of Washington, USA

Published in: | Research Themes: Snow, Forests, Water

Strauch, R., E. Istanbulluoglu, and J. Riedel. 2019. A new approach to mapping landslide hazards: a probabilistic integration of empirical and physically based models in the North Cascades of Washington, USA. Natural Hazards Earth System Sciences 19:2477–2495.

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Compensatory growth offsets poor condition in native trout populations

Published in: | Research Themes: Fish

Al-Chokhachy, R., R.P. Kovach, A. Sepulveda, J. Strait, B.B. Shepard, and C.C. Muhlfeld. 2019. Compensatory growth offsets poor condition in native trout populations. Freshwater Biology 64: 2120-2130.

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Developing and optimizing shrub parameters representing sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) ecosystems in the Northern Great Basin using the Ecosystem Demography (EDv2.2) model

Published in: | Research Themes: Remote Sensing, Plants

Pandit, K., H. Dashti, N. F. Glenn, A. N. Flores, K. C. Maguire, D. J. Shinneman, G. N. Flerchinger, and A. W. Fellows. Developing and optimizing shrub parameters representing sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) ecosystems in the Northern Great Basin using the Ecosystem Demography (EDv2.2) model. 2019. Geoscientific Model Development 12:4585-4601.

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Empirical methods for remote sensing of nitrogen in drylands may lead to unreliable interpretation of ecosystem function

Published in: | Research Themes: Remote Sensing, Grasslands, Plants

Dashti, H., N.F. Glenn, S. Ustin, J.J. Mitchell, Y. Qi, N.T. Ilangakoon, A.N. Flores, J.L. Silvan-Cardenas, K. Zhao, L.P. Spaete, and M.A. de Graaff. 2019. Empirical methods for remote sensing of nitrogen in drylands may lead to unreliable interpretation of ecosystem function. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 57:3993-4004.

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