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Browsing Coniferous Forest Biome (International Biological Program) by Issue Date

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  • Welch, E. B. (Eugene B.); Spyridakis, Dimitri E.; Christman, R. F. (Russell F.), 1936-; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1971)
    The objectives for year have been the gathering of existing information, initiation of monitoring water quality, evaluation of analytical methods and procedures for measuring nutrient regeneration in the sediment-water i ...
  • Gessel, Stanley P.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome (Seattle, Wash. : University of Washington, 1971-05)
    This proposal by the Coniferous Biome investigators requests support for the second year of a highly integrated series of investigations within the Analysis of Ecosystem program of the United States effort under the In ...
  • Gessel, Stanley P.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome (Seattle, University of Washington, 1971-05)
  • 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 ...
  • Krantz, G. W.; Wernz, J. G.; Jensen, Harold J. (Harold James), 1921-; Shimabukaro, R.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    Populations of mites and.nematodes were monitored on Watershed 10, H. J. Andrews Forest. A minimum of 50 families and 60 genera of mites are present, the majority being Cryptostgmata. Population estimates vary from 50 ...
  • Swanson, Frederick J. (Frederick John), 1943-; Swanston, Douglas N.; Dyrness, C. T.; Cromack, Kermit; Fredriksen, R. L.; Moore, Duane G.; Glenn, Leslie Fred, 1944-; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    The conceptual framework of an erosion model has been designed to link processes of mass wasting, surface erosion, and channel storage and transport. A program to stimulate mass wasting will be based on a variation of th ...
  • Strand, Mary Ann Sall; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
  • Brown, R. B. (Randall Barber); Parsons, Roger Bruce, 1932-; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    Goals in 1972 included characterization of the soils of the Oregon IBP reference stands, development of information on the soils throughout the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest, and evaluation of nutrient provision t ...
  • Singer, Michael J. (Michael John), 1945-; Ugolini, Fiorenzo C.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    This is the annual report from the investigators responsible for soil characterization at the Findley Lake watershed. Soil characterization is complete for two soils and is in progress on six others. Site preparation ...
  • Harr, R. Dennis (Robert Dennis), 1941-; Ranken, Darren W.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    Field and laboratory studies are being conducted to describe the hydrologic properties of soil and to determine the timing pathway of precipitation and snowmelt water as it moved through forested soil on a steep slope. ...
  • Fritschen, Leo; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
  • Doraiswamy, Paul C., 1948-; Fritschen, Leo; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
  • Edmonds, Robert L.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
  • McIntire, C. David; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    The simulation model described below is based on the assumption that the periphyton community can be treated as a unit, without a quantitative concern for the dynamics of its many constituent populations. The function s ...
  • Matches, Jack Ronald; Wekell, Marleen M.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
  • Male, Larry M.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
  • Warren, Charles E., 1926-; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    "We have developed graphical and logical models for explaining the production of a consumer on the basis of the capacity of an ecosystem to produce that consumer (the productivity of the system for that consumer), on the ...
  • Wydoski, Richard S.; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome (Seattle : Coniferous Forest Biome, Ecosystem Analysis Studies, U.S./International Biological Program, 1972)
    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 ...
  • Rhoades, Frederick Mast; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    The fleshy carpophores of fungi fruiling, on soil and litter were collected from watersheds 2, 3, and 10, IBP sites located in the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest near Blue River, Oregon (122° W, 44° N). No effort was m ...
  • 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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