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The history of DEMO: An experiment in regeneration harvest of northwestern forest ecosystems. Northwest Science 73:3-11.

86th Annual Meeting of the



with the 


 Northwest Lichenologists, Washington State University - Tri-Cities,

Columbia Basin College, Mount St. Helens, Ice Age Floods Institute, and MCBONES Center for Research Foundation


April 1-4, 2015

Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA



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This conference is an opportunity to present you latest research and exchange ideas with scientists from throughout Northwestern North America.  


NWSA is soliciting abstracts to address a broad range of topics and special sessions in the natural, social, and applied sciences.



Anthropology & Archaeology; Aquatic Biology; Biogeography; Botany; Climatology & Meteorology;

Computer Applications; Conservation Biology; Fire Ecology; Fisheries & Wildlife Mgmt; 

Forest & Range Mgmt; Geomorphology; Geology; Hydrology; Invertebrate Zoology;

Lichenology & Bryology; Limnology; Mathematical Modeling; Natural Resource Mgmt;

Plant Ecology; Soils & Pedology; Vertebrate Biology


Special Sessions:

Volcanism as a Force Shaping Northwest Ecosystems:

                  Lessons Learned from 35 Years of Research at Mount Saint Helens

Water Resources in a Changing Environment

Fish Passage in Managed River Systems

Lichenology & Bryology

Management, Restoration, & Preservation Sagebrush Lands

Salmon Recovery in the Columbia Basin

Northwest Geology & Paleontology

Pollinator Ecology in Managed and Natural Systems


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