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  • Hawk, Glenn M.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome (Seattle : Available from Coniferous Forest Biome, University of Washington, 1978)
    Nineteen l/4-hectare reference stands have been established in the central western Cascade Mountains of Oregon to represent widespread and important portions of the vegetation continuum. Their species diversity, cover, ...
  • Brown, George; Fredriksen, R. L.; Overton, W. Scott; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1971)
  • Riekerk, Hans; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    "In the past few years the Coniferous Forest Biome (CFB) program has developed working contacts with scientists in Germany, Japan, and Australia. The success of these cooperative arrangements led to a continued explorati ...
  • Dyrness, C. T.; Franklin, Jerry F.; Zobel, Donald B.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    A total of 23 forest communities have been identified and characterized in a preliminary manner. Data used in formulating the classification had previously been collected on 300 reconnaissance plots located on the H. J. ...
  • Richter, Klaus; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    Research concerning the indigenous slug, ArioZimax coZumbianus G., followed a three-pronged approach resulting in information on spatial distribution, population dynamics, and consumer roles. Investigations were carrie ...
  • Edmonds, Robert L.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome (Seattle : Coniferous Forest Biome, Ecosystem Analysis Studies, U.S./International Biological Program, 1974)
  • Deyrup, Mark Amidon; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome (Seattle : Coniferous Forest Biome, University of Washington, 1975)
    The insects that invade a dying or dead tree are the immediate cause of death and the principle mediators of early stages of decomposition of the tree. These insects form a large and complex community, the species compo ...
  • Fogel, Robert; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1973)
    This bibliography of insect mycophagy results from a literature search on the ecology of hypogeous fungi. It is hoped that this admittedly incomplete list will provide a nucleus of references for those unfamiliar with th ...
  • Ellis, Martha G.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1971)
  • Belt, George H.; King, Jack; Baily, Everett Minnich, 1938-; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    A fast response meteorological instrument system for measuring parameters used in calculating evapotranspiration above a forest stand is described. Comprised of Gill-type propeller anemometers, Brady-array humidity sen ...
  • Waring, Richard H.; Edmonds, Robert L.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome (Seattle : Coniferous Forest Biome, Ecosystem Analysis Studies, U.S./International Biological Program, 1974)
  • Kuntz, D. R.; Packard, T. T.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    The purpose of the past year's research was to begin measurement of the respiratory metabolism of zooplankton and phytoplankton in four lakes in the Lake Washington drainage. This was done, using an enzyme assay for t ...
  • Edmonds, Robert L. (Stroudsburg, Pa. : Hutchinson Ross Pub. Co. ; [New York] : distributed worldwide by Academic Press, 1982)
  • Daterman, Gary E.; Nagel, William P. (William Payne), 1929-; Rose, Sharon Diane; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    Insects represent the most diverse and abundant group of consumers know. The overall objective of this study was to obtain relative density estimates of the dominant taxa and identify their primary functions in order ...
  • Hamerly, Eddie R.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1973)
    A convenient method of portraying functions of n dimensions to aid modeling is needed. Unfortunately, visual representations are limited to only two independent variables. ISO was written to partially meet the demands ...
  • Hamerly, Eddie R.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1973)
    Much effort can be saved by having well-documented field notebooks and field sheets. ITABLE will produce notebook pages filling in the collector's name, dates, stations, and depths.
  • Wissmar, R. C.; Richey, J. E.; Devol, A. H.; Eggers, D. M. (Stroudsburg, Pa. : Hutchinson Ross Pub. Co. ; [New York] : distributed worldwide by Academic Press, 1982)
  • Erickson, Robert Carl, 1936-; Whitney, Richard R.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1971-07)
    The Washington Cooperative Fishery Unit at the College of Fisheries, University of Washington, Is carrying on studies of fishes in Lake Washington as part of the International Biological Program sponsored by the Nationa ...
  • Swanson, F. J.; Gregory, S. V.; Sedell, J. R.; Campbell, A. G. (Stroudsburg, Pa. : Hutchinson Ross Pub. Co. ; [New York] : distributed worldwide by Academic Press, 1982)
  • Pike, Lawrence Herbert, 1943-; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    Forty-nine genera and ninty-eight species of Lichenized fungi are reported from the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest (Oregon). Substrates, growth form, and type of phycobiont are indicated for each taxon.

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