This volume results from an experiment in data retrieval. During the initial stage of the Coniferous Forest Biome the authors were asked to provide access to the literature on mammals as it pertained to the interests of the Biome investigation. One constraint was that the total number of entries should...
This annotated bibliography contains 392 published and unpublished
references that pertain to the natural resources in the Lake Washington
watershed, with particular emphasis on the aquatic environment. All
references are indexed by keywords.
Fifty-seven species of wildlife rely on or frequently use snags for breeding, roosting, or denning
in Oregon and Washington. Several publications offer information on use of snags by wildlife,
influence of management activities on snags and snag users, and approaches to managing snags
to benefit wildlife. Because of the diverse...
The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to guide middle school and
high school students into critical thinking about environmental issues. Through
keen observation of their bioregion and through an integration of interdisciplinary
literature which focuses on Oregon writers, students will be challenged to think,
write, and discuss current issues...
Many species of rodents and insectivores live in subterranean burrows in soils
throughout the world. The soil surface perforations of burrow entrances are often
connected to complex, subsurface tunnel networks. Burrow entrances and
associated subsurface tunnel networks represent a link between surface and
subsurface ecological function. Anecdotal observations of surface-water...