A qualitative research approach composed of three strategies was employed to
systematically examine the politics of natural resource collaboration. First, using the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds as a case study, the behavioral assumptions of
natural resource policy instruments enabling collaboration were uncovered and analyzed. Three key assumptions emerge:...
"This document is an interim report by the Heritage Program, submitted to the Oregon Parks and Recreation Branch. It summarizes: 1) the data collected on natural areas in private, county and municipal ownership throughout the state; 2) the techniques used to collect this data; 3) a system for storing, analyzing...
Species within marine ecosystems are known to be interconnected. This is
a result of many factors including predation and competition for resources.
Despite this, many fisheries are still managed using a single species
framework. This paper uses cointegration analysis to quantify the
relationship between different fish species. Cointegration is a...
The Oregon Youth Conservation Corps (OYCC) is a youth work program
created by the Oregon Legislature in 1987. The OYCC provides both summer and
year-round employment programs primarily for disadvantaged and at-risk youth.
The legislatively defined purpose of the OYCC is to protect, conserve, and improve
the natural, historical, and...
During the summer of 1980 an infiltration/sedimentation study was
conducted on the Oregon Range and Related Resource Validation Project
Work Area in the Blue Mountains of east-central Oregon. A modified
Rocky Mountain infiltrometer was used to simulate a 28 minute high
intensity rainfall event to determine mean infiltration rates and...