Scientific Papers on Forest Collaboration and Restoration that relate to KS Wild's work, also includes reports authored by KS Wild and Rogue Riverkeeper staff.
Reports Written by KS Wild or Rogue Riverkeeper
Reports Relevant to our Work in the Klamath-Siskiyou
IMPORTANCE OF WESTERN OREGON BLM LANDS AND RESERVES TO FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATIONby the World Wildlife Fund Klamath-Siskiyou Program, Conservation Biology Institute and Oregon Natural Resources Council (744kb)
A REVIEW OF THE SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE ON CLIMATE AND FORESTSThe Implications of Climate Change for Conservation, Restoration, and Management of National Forest Lands
STATE OF THE KLAMATH KNOTOverview of an ecoregion: How far have we come and where are we going?
OLD GROWTHDevelopment of Old-Growth Forests along the Pacific Coast of North America: A Regional Perspective, Abstracts and Presentations
RESTORATION PRINCIPALSCitizens’ Call for Ecological Forest Restoration: Forest Restoration Principles and Criteria
FUEL TREATMENTSFuel treatments alter the effects of wildfire in a mixed-evergreen forest, Oregon, USA
Patterns of Fire Severity in the Western Klamath Mountains, California
OAK RELEASEOak Woodland Restoration: Understory Response to Removal of Encroaching Conifers
Move Over, Douglas fir: Oregon White Oaks Need Room to Grow
Climate Change and Forests of the Future: Managing in the Fact of Uncertainty
Rogue Basin Climate Change Impact Report At A Glance
WEEDSPacific Northwest Region Invasive Plant Program, Preventing and Managing Invasive Plants Record of Decision