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

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Fire intensity impacts on post-fire temperate coniferous forest net primary productivity

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildfire, Forests

Sparks, A. M., C. A. Kolden, A. M. S. Smith, L. Boschetti, D. M. Johnson, and M. A. Cochrane. 2018. Fire intensity impacts on post-fire temperate coniferous forest net primary productivity. Biogeosciences 15:1173–1183.

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Fire refugia: what are they, and why do they matter for global change?

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildfire

Meddens, A. J. H., C. A. Kolden, J. A. Lutz, A. M. S. Smith, C. A. Cansler, J. T. Abatzoglou, G. W. Meigs, W. M. Downing, and M. A. Krawchuk. 2018. Fire refugia: what are they, and why do they matter for global change? BioScience 68:944-954.

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Indian time: time, seasonality, and culture in Traditional Ecological Knowledge of climate change

Published in: | Research Themes: Tribal Support

Chisholm Hatfield, S., E. Marino, K. P. Whyte, K. D. Dello, and P. W. Mote. 2018. Indian time: time, seasonality, and culture in Traditional Ecological Knowledge of climate change. Ecological Processes 7:25.

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Landscape topoedaphic features create refugia from drought and insect disturbance in a lodgepole and whitebark pine forest

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

Cartwright, J. 2018. Landscape topoedaphic features create refugia from drought and insect disturbance in a lodgepole and whitebark pine forest. Forests 9:715.

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Makah traditional knowledge and cultural resource assessment: A preliminary framework to utilize traditional knowledge into climate change planning

Published in: | Research Themes: Tribal Support

Chang, M., H. Kennard, and L. Nelson. 2018. Makah traditional knowledge and cultural resource assessment: A preliminary framework to utilize traditional knowledge into climate change planning. US/ICOMOS Symposium Report.

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Old-growth forests buffer climate-sensitive bird populations from warming

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

Betts, M. G., B. Phalan, S. J. K. Frey, J. S. Rousseau, and Z. Yang. 2018. Old-growth forests buffer climate-sensitive bird populations from warming. Diversity and Distributions 24:439–447.

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Simulating the dependence of aspen (Populus tremuloides) on redistributed snow in a semi-arid watershed

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

Soderquist, B. S., K. L. Kavanagh, T. E. Link, M. S. Seyfried, and A. H. Winstral. 2018. Simulating the dependence of aspen (Populus tremuloides) on redistributed snow in a semi-arid watershed. Ecosphere 9:e02068.

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Spatiotemporal patterns of unburned areas within fire perimeters in the northwestern United States from 1984 to 2014

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildfire

Meddens, A. J. H., C. A. Kolden, J. A. Lutz, J. T. Abatzoglou, and A. T. Hudak. 2018. Spatiotemporal patterns of unburned areas within fire perimeters in the northwestern United States from 1984 to 2014. Ecosphere 9:e02029.

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Springs as hydrologic refugia in a changing climate? A remote-sensing approach

Published in: | Research Themes: Remote Sensing, Water

Cartwright, J., and H. M. Johnson. 2018. Springs as hydrologic refugia in a changing climate? A remote-sensing approach. Ecosphere 9:e02155.

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Survey of beaver-related restoration practices in rangeland streams of the western USA

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

Pilliod, D. S., A. T. Rohde, S. Charnley, R. R. Davee, J. B. Dunham, H. Gosnell, G. E. Grant, M. B. Hausner, J. L. Huntington, and C. Nash. 2018. Survey of beaver-related restoration practices in rangeland streams of the western USA. Environmental Management 61:58–68.

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