The black crappie was evaluated as a pond fish in four experimental
ponds in the Willamette Valley. Two ponds were stocked with
largemouth bass, bluegill sunfish, and black crappie (1:9:3), and
two ponds with largemouth bass and black crappie (1:3).
Total biomass was greatest in the three-species ponds (80 kg/...
Twenty sites of uniform topography and soil were select ed in the
montane forest found on the East flank of the Central Oregon Cascades.
These sites were located along a vegetational gradient composed of
five plant communities: Abies/Pachistima, Pinus/Ceanothus, Pinus
Arctostaphylos-Purshia, Pinus/Purshia/Festuca, and Juniperus
Festuca. An attempt was made to...
This analysis is the study of Oregon's wildlife resources from
the period prior to white settlement up to the present time, including
critical projections, based on present trends and expected conditions
for both human and wildlife populations in the state up to the year 2010.
Prior to white settlement Oregon...
The electromagnetic field in a cone of arbitrary slant
height with a symmetrically placed time harmonic ring source is
studied. Through the use of the modified Helmholtz equation as
an intermediate, we obtain the solution of the semi-infinite
cone directly from the finite cone. To demonstrate the need