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Relationships of remnant trees to vascular undergrowth communities in the western cascades: a retrospective approach
(WSU Press, 2000)
Managers of federal forests in the US Pacific Northwest are charged with managing timber harvest while maintaining ecosystem functions and biological diversity associated with old, unmanaged forests. Thus, timber-orientated ...
Grylloblattids in managed forests of South-central British Columbia
(WSU Press, 2003)
We collected 147 specimens of grylloblattids (Grylloblatta campodeiformis) in pitfall traps in subalpine spruce-fir forest and lower elevation cedar-hemlock forest at two study sites in south-central British Columbia, ...
Decaying logs and habitat heterogeneity: implications for bryophyte diversity in Western Oregon forests
(WSU Press, 2001)
Bryophyte species richness on a variety of forest substrates in western Oregon, USA, including decaying logs, mineral soil, rocks, and hardwood tree bases was examined to inventory byrophytes and survey for species designated ...