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  • RE54 $5.00
    Cost Impacts of Management Alternatives to Achieve Habitat Conservation Goals on State Forestlands in Western Washington
    B. Bruce Bare, Bruce Lippke, Weiwan Xu
  • RE53 $5.00
    Clearwood Quality and Softwood Lumber Prices: What's the Real Premium?
    Thomas Waggener and Roger Fight. 1999. West. J. Appl. For. 14(2):73-79.
  • RE52 $5.00
    Equitably Treating Individual Washington State Forest Trusts through Consolidated Management: A Conceptual Approach
    B. Bruce Bare, Bruce R. Lippke & Weihuan Xu. 2000. Nat Resources J. 40 (3):479-497.
  • RE51 $5.00
    Intentional Systems Management: Managing Forests for Biodiversity
    Andrew B. Carey, Bruce R. Lippke, John Sessions. 1999. J. Sus. For. 9(3/4).
  • RE50 $5.00
    Potential for Expanding Small-Diameter Timber Market: Assessing Use of Wood Posts in Highway Applications
    Dorothy Paun, Gerry Jackson. 2000. USDA Forest Service FPL-GTR-120 (28 pp).
  • RE49 $5.00
    Softwood Lumber Substitution in the US Residential Construction Industry in 1994
    Ivan Eastin, Steven Shook, Douglas Simon. 1999. For. Prod. J. 49(5):21-27.
  • RE48 $5.00
    Landscape Management Through Integration of Existing Tools and Emerging Technologies
    James McCarter, Jeremy Wilson, Patrick Baker, Jeffrey Moffett, and Chadwick Oliver. 1998. J For 96(6):17-23.
  • RE47 $5.00
    An Assessment of Southern Timber Markets in a Global Context: Scarcity of Timber Resources in the South
    John Perez-Garcia and Robert Abt. 1997. SOFAC Report #2. (24 pp.)
  • RE46 $15.00
    Environmental Performance Research Priorities: Wood Products. Final Report on the Research Plan to Develop Environmental Performance Measures for Renewable Building Materials with Alternatives for Improved Performance
    CORRIM. 1998. (181 pp)
  • RE45 $5.00
    An Analysis of Captial Expenditures, Financial Performance, and International Activities of North American Pulp, Paper, and Packaging Companies
    Dorothy Paun, Amy Bjorkman, Chris Nelson, Sam Fleishman, C.L. Mason, Shawn Wilson, Jeremy Ness, Joseph Roos, and Richard Gustafson. 1998. TAPPI Journal 81(12):75-82.
  • RE44 $5.00
    New Growth
    Thomas Waggener and Weihuan Xu. China Business Review, March-April 1997, pp. 42-47
  • RE43 $15.00
    Report on Forest Health of the United States by the Forest Health Science Panel
    Chad Oliver, David Adams, Thomas Bonnicksen, Jim Bowyer, Fred Cubbage, Neil Sampson, Scott Schalrbaum, Ross Whaley, Harry Wiant, John Sebelius.
  • RE43A $7.00
    SUMMARY:Report on Forest Health of the United States by the Forest Health Science Panel
    Chad Oliver, David Adams, Thomas Bonnicksen, Jim Bowyer, Fred Cubbage, Neil Sampson, Scott Schalrbaum, Ross Whaley, Harry Wiant, John Sebelius.
  • RE42 $25.00
    Demonstration of Trust Impacts from Managment Alternatives to Achieve Habitat Conservation Goals on Washington Department of Natural Resources Managed Lands
    B. Bruce Bare, Bruce Lippke, Weihuan Xu, Chadwick D. Oliver, Jeffrey Moffett, Thomas Waggener. 1997. (236 pp)
  • RE41 $5.00
    Trade Barriers in the Pacific Forest Sector: Who Wins and Who Loses
    John Perez-Garcia, Bruce Lippke, Janet Baker. 1997. Contemporary Economic Policy XV:87-103
  • RE40 $10.00
    Washington Forest Landscape Management Project - A Pragmatic, Ecological Approach to Small Landscape Management
    Andrew Carey, Catherine Elliott, Bruce Lippke, John Sessions, Charles Chambers, Chadwick Oliver, Jerry Franklin, Martin Raphael. 1996. (117 pp)
  • RE39 $5.00
    The Market Incentive for Biodiversity
    Bruce Lippke and Holly Fretwell. 1997. Journal of Forestry 95(1):4-7
  • RE38 $5.00
    A Conceptual Framework for Assessing Strategic Options to Boycotts: Ghana and the European Tropical Hardwood Boycott
    Ivan Eastin and Dorothy Paun. 1995. Business Strategy and the Environment Conference, Leeds, 20-21 September.
  • RE37 $5.00
    The Role of Marketing in Promoting a Sustainable Trade in Forest Products in Tropical Regions
    Ivan Eastin. 1995. Thematic Conference on Inter-Generational Maintenance and Technical Issues for Sustainable Forest Management, Forest Research Institute of Ghana, Fumusua, 12-14 September.
  • RE36 $5.00
    A Market-oriented Framework for Introducing Lesser-used Tropical Timber Species as New Industrial Products
    Ivan Eastin. 1995. XX IUFRO World Congress, Tampere, Finland, 6-12 August
  • RE35 $5.00
    Natural Resource Legislation in the US Pacific Northwest and Its Impact on the Changing Mix of Forest Products
    Ivan Eastin, Jamie Barbour. 1995. XX IUFRO World Congress, Tampere, Finland, 6- 12 August
  • RE34 $3.00
    Educational Mindsets: The Importance of Marketing and Economics in Forestry Education
    Dorothy A. Paun, Steven R. Shook, Gerard Schreuder. 1996. Journal of Forestry 94(9):29-33
  • RE33 $5.00
    A Planning Guide for Small and Medium-sized Wood Products Companies: The Key to Success
    Jeff Howe, Steve Bratkovich. USDA Forest Service NA-TP09-95 (25 pp)
  • RE32 $3.00
    Eastern Washington Timber Supply Analysis: Summary Proceedings of a Conference: Ecosystem Management in Western Interior Forests, 3-5 May 1994, Spokane WA
    Bruce Bare, Bruce Lippke, Chadwick Oliver, Scot Zens. 1995. (7 pp)
  • RE31 $3.00
    Wood Supply and Other Values and Ecosystem Management in Western Interior Forests
    Proceedings of Conference: Ecosystem Management in Western Interior Forests, 3-5 May 1994, Spokane WA Chadwick Oliver, Bruce Lippke. 1995. (15 pp)
  • RE30 $20.00
    The New Eco-Order: Economic and Ecological Linkages of the World's Temperate and Boreal Forest Resources
    International Northern Forests Organization (INFO) Project, Northwest Policy Center James L. McIntire, ed. 1995. 127 pp
  • RE29 $10.00
    Frameworks for Sustainable Forests and Communities: American Community Responses to the Globalization of the Timber Industry
    International Northern Forests Organization (INFO) Project, Northwest Policy Center. Michael Hibbard, ed. 1995. 69 pp
  • RE28 $5.00
    Western Hardwoods Value-Added Research and Demonstration Program
    USDA Forest Service PNW Station, State & Private Forestry, and Forest Products Lab. 1995.
  • RE27 $10.00
    Russia as a Supplier of Fiber to the Asian-Pacific Region: Economic and Trade Implications
    Paper Prepared for Asia Pacific Pulp and Paper Conference, Singapore, March 1995. Thomas Waggener. 1995. (52 pp)
  • RE26 $10.00 Rebuilding Biological Diversity at the Landscape Level
    Conference on Forest Health and Fire Danger in Inland Western Forests, Spokane WA. September 1994 Chad Oliver. 1995. (21 pp)
  • RE25 $10.00
    The Economic Effects of the Forest Resources Conservation and Shortage Relief Act on Timber Prices (May 1994, 36 pp) and,
    Timber Price and Trade Impacts from Declining USFS Sales and the State Log Export Ban: An Analysis of Changing Export Markets
    (April 1993, 22 pp) Holly L. Lippke. 1993. (Set of 2)
  • RE24 $3.00
    The Forest Sector of Russia--Opportunities for Trade
    Paper Presented at PNW Regional Economics Conference. Charles Backman and Thomas Waggener. 1992. (6 pp)
  • RE23 $3.00
    Focus on Preserving Old Growth Is Counterproductive to Achieving Biodiversity
    Bruce Lippke. 1993. Northwest Environmental Journal 9(1-2):11-15
  • RE22 $20.00
    Opportunities for Value Added Wood Products: Summary of Findings
    Jensen International. 1991 (314 pp)
  • RE21 $3.00
    Forest Management and Production in Chile
    Arnald Jelvez, Keith Blatner, Robert Govett. 1990. Journal of Forestry 3:30-34
  • RE17 $3.00
    An Appraisal of the IIASA Model of the Global Forest Sector: Advances, Shortcomings, and Implications for Future Research
    Peter Cardellichio and Darius Adams. 1990. Forest Science 36(2)