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  • Living in Fire Prone Natural Landscapes - Reducing the Risk to Rural Communities from Wildfire
    As more people move into remote areas throughout western forests and rangelands, it is increasingly important for scientists, land managers, policy makers, and the public to understand the natural fire dynamics of these systems. Over the last decade, wildfires have burned on average approximately 4.2 million acres each year ...
  • Wolf Reintroduction Feasibility in the Adirondack Park
    Wolves were extirpated from the Adirondacks over a century ago due largely to human eradication efforts.  The Conservation Biology Institute (Corvallis, OR) was chosen by the Adirondack Citizens Advisory Committee to examine the question of biological feasibility of reintroducing gray wolves back to the Adirondacks. By applying what is ...
  • Landscape Change in the Tillamook Bay Watershed, Oregon
    The priority issues identified by TBNEP, particularly sedimentation of Tillamook Bay and the degradation of salmon habitat, are closely linked with the landscape changes driven by both natural and human forces. This study applied remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) technology to examine the changes that have occurred within ...
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