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Bortleson, Gilbert Carl, 1940-.  Historical changes of shoreline and wetland at eleven major deltas in the Puget Sound region, Washington / by G.C Bortleson, M.J. Chrzastowski, and A.K. Helgerson ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Dept. of Justice a ?????

Boule, Marc E.   WETLAND CREATION AND ENHANCEMENT IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.   Proceedings of a Conference: Increasing Our Wetland Resources. John Zelazny and J. Scott Feierabend, editors. ; p. 130-136. 1988.

Bower, John A.  Two memoranda : the Skagit River and the Puget Sound Power and Light Nuclear Project--the application of 7 (b), Supplemental discussion of the Skagit River and the Puget Sound Power and Light Nuclear Project--the application of 7 (b) / Jo ????

Boyd, W. Sean   INTERACTION BETWEEN WRANGEL ISLAND SNOW GEESE AND THEIR WINTER HABITAT ON THE FRASER (B.C.) AND SKAGIT (WASH.) DELTAS.   N. Am. Arctic Goose Conf. Workshop ; No. 7. p. 28. 1992. Abstract only.

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Brown, H. A. 1994  COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY OF MONTANE AND LOWLAND POPULATIONS OF  ASCAPHUS TADPOLES IN NORTHWESTERN WASHINGTON.   Northwest Sci. ; 68(2):116. 1994. Abstract only.

Brown, H. A.,   POPULATION STRUCTURE, GROWTH, AND SIZE OF TAILED FROG (ASCAPHUS) TADPOLES FROM A LOWLAND STREAM IN NORTHWESTERN WASHINGTON.   Am. Zool. ; 32(5):89A. 1992. Abstract only.

Brown, H.,  POPULATION STRUCTURE, GROWTH, AND SIZE OF TAILED FROG (ASCAPHUS) TADPOLES FROM A LOWLAND STREAM IN NORTHWESTERN WASHINGTON.   Northwest Sci. ; 65(2):68. 1991. Abstract only.

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Brown, Herbert A., STUNTED GROWTH IN TAILED FROG TADPOLES (ASCAPHUS) FROM A SUBALPINE POPULATION IN THE NORTH CASCADES.   Northwest Sci; 67(2):125. 1993. Abstract only.

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Bury, R. Bruce and Paul Stephen Corn,  DOUGLAS-FIR FORESTS IN THE OREGON AND WASHINGTON CASCADES: RELATION OF THE HERPETOFAUNA TO STAND AGE ANDMOISTURE.  U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. ; RM-166. p. 11-22. 1988.

Bury, R. Bruce; Jaclyn H. Wolfheim and Roger A. Luckenbach   AGONISTIC BEHAVIOR IN FREE-LIVING PAINTED TURTLES (CHRYSEMYS PICTA BELLII.)   Biol. Behav. ; 4(3):227-239. 1979. In English with French summ.

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Cahill, James M.  Skagit County Department of Planning and Community Development : Forest Resource Land Classification Program / by Jim Cahill.  [1993].

Campbell, Dan L. and James Evans   RECENT APPROACHES TO CONTROLLING MOUNTAIN BEAVERS (APLODONTIA RUFA) IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST FORESTS.   Proc. Vertebr. Pest Conf. ; 13:183-187. 1988.

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Campbell, Robert Kenneth, 1927- Seed zones and breeding zones for white pine in the Cascade Range of Washington and Oregon / Robert K. Campbell and Albert I. Sugano. Portland, Or. (319 S.W. Pine St., P.O. Box 3890, Portland 97208) : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.

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Clarke, Clinton C.  Natural history of the Pacific crest trail system : a descriptive list of the typical species of the trees, animals, birds and flowers living in the High Mountains of Washington, Oregon and California : identified to location on the P?????

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Cole, David N. and Susan J. Trull   QUANTIFYING VEGETATION RESPONSE TO RECREATIONAL DISTURBANCE IN THE NORTH CASCADES, WASHINGTON.   Northwest Sci. ; 66(4):229-236. 1992.

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Contreras, Alan   WINTER STATUS OF THE SORA IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.   West. Birds ; 23(3):137-142. 1992.

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Corn, Paul Stephen,  R. Bruce Bury and Thomas A. Spies   DOUGLAS-FIR FORESTS IN THE CASCADE MOUNTAINS OF OREGON AND WASHINGTON: IS THEABUNDANCE OF SMALL MAMMALS RELATED TO STAND AGE AND MOISTURE?   U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. ; RM-166. p. 340-352. 198?.

Craddock, D. R.   IMPACT OF COOLING WATERS ON THE AQUATIC RESOURCES OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.   Mar. Fish. Rev. ; 38 (11): 27-34. Nov. 1976.

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Crouch, Glenn L.   FOOD HABITS OF BLACK-TAILED DEER ON FORESTED HABITATS IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.   U.S. For. Serv. (Alaska Region) Ser. ; no. R10-48. p. 53-59.May 1979. From Sitka Black-Tailed Deer: Proceedings of a Conference in Juneau, Alaska. O. C. ?????

Cunningham, Dick.   Water quality report : Skagit and Samish Rivers, December 1970- March 1971 / by Dick Cunningham and Joe McCloskey. Olympia, Wash. : Dept. of Ecology, 1971.

Cupp, C. Edward 1990   APPLICATION OF A STREAM CORRIDOR CLASSIFICATION IN FORESTED LANDS OF WASHINGTON.   Proc. Annu. Conf. West. Assoc. Fish Wildl.Agencies ; No. 70. p. 134-140. 1990.

Curtis, Robert O.  Height growth and site index curves for western white pine in the Cascade Range of Washington and Oregon / Robert O. Curtis, Nancy M. Diaz, and Gary W. Clendenen. [Portland, Or.] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.

Cushman, Martha Jean.  The influence of recurrent snow avalanches on vegetation patterns in the Washington Cascades. 1981.   

Dale, Virginia H.; Miles A. Hemstrom and Jerry F. Franklin   THE EFFECT OF DISTURBANCE FREQUENCY ON FOREST SUCCESSION IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.   Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1983 ; p. 300-304. 1984.

Darden, Edward.   Skagit County Planning Department / Edward Darden.  Bellingham, Wash. : Huxley College of Environmental Studies, Western Washington University, 1978.

Davis, Steven Keith.   Determination of body composition, condition, and migration timing of juvenile chum and chinook salmon in the lower Skagit River, Washington. 1981.

De Gouvenain, Roland.  Natural revegetation of impacted sites : a model for artificial revegetation in the North Cascade Mountains. 1986.

DeMars, Donald J.  Estimates of site index and height growth for Douglas-fir in high-elevation forests of the Oregon-Washington Cascade Range : curves and tables for field application / Donald J. DeMars and Francis R. Herman. [Portland, Or.] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service.

Doak, Daniel   SPOTTED OWLS AND OLD GROWTH LOGGING IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.   Conserv. Biol. ; 3(4):389-396. 1989. In English with Spanish summary.

Dolloff, C. Andrew,  LARGE WOODY DEBRIS - THE COMMON DENOMINATOR FOR INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OF FOREST STREAMS. ImplementingIntegrated Environmental Management. John Cairns, Jr., Todd V. Crawford, and Hal Salwasser, editors. ;p. 93-108. 1994.

Duncan, Clint.  Acid precipitation in the Washington Cascades. Phase II : project completion reporrt / submitted to the State of Washington Water Research Center and the U.S. Department of the Interior by Clint Duncan and Walter Ausserer (Department of Chemistry, Central Washington University). ????

Duncan, L. Clint.  Acid precipitation in the Washington Cascades : phase I :completion report / L. Clint Duncan (Chemistry Department, Central Washington University). 1981.

Eames, M., et. al.   Northern Puget Sound Washington USA 1976 Adult coho (Oncorhychus kisutch) and Cum (Onorhynchus keta) tagged studies.   Washington Department of Fisheries Technical Report  0 (65). 1981.  1-217. 

Easterbrook, Don J., 1935-  Glaciomarine environments and the Fraser glaciation in

Eby, James Robert.   Identification and evaluation of wetland recreation resources on private land in Skagit County, Washington. 1977.  

Ecological effects of stocked trout in naturally fishless high mountain lakes, North Cascades  National Park Service complex,  WA, USA / William J. Liss ... [et al.].  Seattle, WA : National Park Service, Pacific Northwest  Region, Science & Technology,   ????

Eide, Jerry (Jerry Arthur)   A 48-year sediment budget (1942-1989) for Deer Creek Basin, Washington.  1990.

English, Walter; James W. Foster and Christopher Servheen R. L. Knight and others,   BALD EAGLE REHABILITATION IN WESTERN WASHINGTON, AN UPDATE.  Proceedings of the Washington Bald Eagle Symposium, 14-15 June 1980, Seattle, Washington.

Erickson, Janet L.   BAT ACTIVITY IN MANAGED FORESTS OF THE WESTERN CASCADE RANGE.   Bat Res. News ; 34(2&3):56. 1993.

Evans, James   IDENTIFICATION OF FOREST ANIMAL DAMAGE IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.   Animal Damage Management in Pacific Northwest Forests. David M. Baumgartner, Ronald L. Mahoney, James Evans, James Caslick, and David W. Brewer, co-chairmen. ; p. 25-26. 1987.

Evans, James   THE PORCUPINE IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.   Animal Damage Management in Pacific Northwest Forests. David M. Baumgartner, Ronald L. Mahoney, James Evans, James Caslick, and David W. Brewer, co-chairmen. ; p. 75-78. 1987.

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Feely, Richard A.    A study of the dispersal of suspended sediment from the Fraser and Skagit River into northern Puget Sound using LANDSAT imagery / by Richard A. Feely and Marilyn F. Lamb ; prepared for the MESA (Marine Ecosystems Analysis) Puget Sound ???

Feeney, Andy   THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST'S ANCIENT FORESTS: ECOSYSTEMS UNDER SIEGE.   Audubon Wildl. Rep. ; p. 93-153. 1989.

Fickeisen, D. H.; C. D. Becker and D. A. Neitzel   REVIEW OF PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORY RESEARCH ON AQUATIC EFFECTS OF HYDROELECTRIC GENERATION AND ASSESSMENT OF RESEARCH NEEDS.   Battelle Pac. Northwest Lab. ; PNL-3816. 28p. May 1981.

Finney, Mark A.   Effects of low intensity fire on the successional development of seral lodgepole pine forests in the North Cascades / by Mark A. Finney. 1986.

Flowers, Ralph H.  SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING OF BLACK BEAR IN TREE-DAMAGED AREAS OF WESTERN WASHINGTON.   Animal Damage Management in Pacific Northwest Forests. David M. Baumgartner, Ronald L. Mahoney, James Evans, James Caslick, and David W. Brewer, co-chair pp. ??, 1987.

Forsman, Eric D.; Kirk M. Horn and William A. Neitro   SPOTTED OWL RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.   Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Nat. Resour. Conf. ; 47:323-331. 1982.

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