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Departments    Forest Engineering, Resources & Management | Forest Ecosystems & Society | Wood Science & Engineering

Publications to View

Forestry Communications Group is making selected publications available via the Web. The publications currently offered are presented as pdf files, suitable for printing, but not for searching. You may also order copies of these and many other publications.

Current Research 2009

College of Forestry/Oregon Forest Research Laboratory Annual and Biennial Reports
(all reports are in pdf format)

Forest Research Laboratory Biennial Reports

Starker Lectures

  • 2003 - Complexity in Natural Resource Science, Policy, and Management
  • 2002 - Forests and Environmental Sustainability
  • 2001 - Visions of Natural Resources: Peeking into the Neighbor's Yard
  • 2000 - Utilizing Resources In Complex Environment
  • 1999 - Natural Resources in a Material World
  • 1998 - Impacts of Different Philosophies on Natural Resources
  • 1997 - Natural Resources & the 21st Century: Where Are We Headed?
  • 1996 - The Future & Natural Resources: Are We Like Dinosaurs?
  • 1994 - Management & Biological Conservation
  • 1991 - Changing Values-Changing Institutions

Focus on Forestry - The Alumni Magazine


Forest Research Laboratory Annual Bibliography

Case Studies

  • 2005 - A Case Study on How to Conduct an Industry Performance Review: The North American Paper Industry
  • 2004 - Line Extension: Providing Inventory Management Barcoding Products and Services to the Wood Products Industry
  • 2004 - Environmental Issues in the Forest Industry: Are There Market Opportunities?
  • 2001 - Stopping the Slide-Market Share Shifts in Structural Floors
  • 1999 - The German Publishing Industry: Managing Environmental Issues
  • 1998 - Developing Markets for Certified Forest Products

Books

Journal Publications

 

Contributions in Education and Outreach

Research Contributions