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Postfire response of red alder, black cottonwood, and bigleaf maple to the Whatcom Creek fire, Bellingham, Washington
(WSU Press, 2001)
The June 1999 pipeline leak and subsequent explosion in Whatcom Creek resulted in a fire that scorched ~10 ha of coniferous and riparian forest in Bellingham, Washington, USA. This fire provided an opportunity to study the ...
Gradient analysis of vegetation on the north wall of the Columbia River Gorge, Washington
(WSU Press, 2002)
The Columbia River Gorge represents an ecocline of shifting environmental factors, species populations, and vegetation associations. Combinations of wind, temperature, and precipitation create different environmental regimes ...
Fire history of Douglas-fir forests in the Morse Creek drainage of Olympic National Park, Washington
(WSU Press, 2000)
In the Morse Creek drainage of the northeastern Olympic Mountains in Washington state, USA, montane forests dominated by Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) owe their prominence to a complex fire regime that incorporates ...