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Spotted Owl Management, Policy, and Research Collection, 1969-1993

Overview of the Collection

Collector
Meslow, E. Charles.
Title
Spotted Owl Management, Policy, and Research Collection
Dates
1969-1993 (inclusive)
1983-1993 (bulk)
Quantity
16.25 cubic feet, (48 boxes and 2 map folders)
Collection Number
MSS Spotted Owl
Summary
The Spotted Owl Management, Policy, and Research Collection consists of documents assembled by E. Charles Meslow pertaining to the northern spotted owl controversy in the Pacific Northwest during the 1980s and early 1990s. The documents include published and unpublished materials such as scientific reports, correspondence, management plans and proposals, environmental impact statements, news articles, and documents submitted in litigation. Meslow conducted research on the northern spotted owl with the Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit at Oregon State University and served on the Interagency Scientific Committee established in 1988 to address conservation of the northern spotted owl.
Repository
Oregon State University Libraries, Special Collections & Archives Research Center
Special Collections & Archives Research Center
121 The Valley Library
Oregon State University
Corvallis OR
97331-4501
Telephone: 541-737-2075
Fax: 541-737-8674
scarc@oregonstate.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

E. Charles “Chuck” Meslow directed or worked for the Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit from 1971 until his retirement in 2001. Meslow’s research focused on the predation habits of hawks and owls, specifically the northern spotted owl. He served on the Interagency Scientific Committee charged with developing management options to address the conservation needs of the northern spotted owl. Meslow was awarded the prestigious Aldo Leopold Award by The Wildlife Society in 2005.

The Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit is a multi-agency collaborative program based in Oregon State University’s Department of Fisheries and Wildlife and funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (later the U.S. Geological Survey), the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the Wildlife Management Institute and OSU.

The northern spotted owl primarily inhabits old-growth forests in the Pacific Northwest (British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon) and northern California. Controversy regarding the northern spotted owl began in the mid-1980s and was centered on the issue of preservation of spotted owl habitat versus timber resource use. In 1990, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the northern spotted owl as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act and the Interagency Scientific Committee proposed a conservation strategy that included northern spotted owl habitat conservation areas (HCAs). Legal challenges continued through the early 1990s. President Bill Clinton convened a landmark Forest Conference in Portland, Oregon, in 1993 resulting in the Northwest Forest Plan which viewed forest management from a broad ecological perspective.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Spotted Owl Management, Policy, and Research Collection consists of published and unpublished materials pertaining to the northern spotted owl controversy that were assembled by E. Charles Meslow. The materials address scientific research, policy development and litigation, media coverage of the controversy, and development of management plans.

The donor provided an item-level list of documents representing about 60% of the collection, which forms the bulk of the detailed listing below. The detailed list included subject keywords for each document, which are presented in all capitals below. The acronym STOC is used for Strix occidentalis and may refer to any of the three subspecies of spotted owl ( S. o. caurina, S.o. occidentalis, or S.o. lucida); however the bulk of the materials refer to the northern spotted owl ( Strix occidentalis caurina).

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

Spotted Owl Research, Management, and Policy Collection, Oregon State University Archives, Corvallis, Oregon

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Scientific Reports, 1977-1992Return to Top

2.5 cubic feet, (8 boxes)

Series I consists of published and unpublished scientific papers on spotted owls and aspects of spotted owl biology, including the Mexican spotted owl; annual reports from demographic studies in the Pacific Northwest; and reports prepared by industry biologists, consultants, and scientists. Reports from committee groups are found in Series VIII. Committee Efforts.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
0001: A Survey of the Spotted Owl in Northwestern Washington. Forest Industry Resource and Environment Program, Washington, D. C. 10 pages. (North Dakota State University)
Postovit, Howard (creator)
Surveys were conducted to locate spotted owls on public and private land in northwest Washington during April-August 1976.report from zoology department at North Dakota State University#SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; WASHINGTON STATE
1977
1
0002: Spotted Owl Abundance in Young Versus Old-Growth Forests, Oregon. Wildlife Society Bulletin 5 (2), 43-47. (Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit)
Forsman, Eric D; Meslow, E Charles; Strub, Monica (creator)
A survey to determine the relative abundance of spotted owls in second growth and old-growth forests in western Oregon was conducted between 12 July and 11 August 1976.HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; OREGON; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1977
1
0003: Ecological Optimization and Adaptive Management. Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 9, 157-188. (University of British Columbia)
Walters, Carl J; Hilborn, Ray (creator)
This review seeks to provide a nonmathematical overview with emphasis on the anatomy of optimization formulationsECOLOGICAL MODELS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1978
1
0004: Distribution of the Spotted Owl in California. W. Birds 8, 131-146. (California Dept. of Fish & Game)
Gould, Gordon I (creator)
In 1973 I conducted surveys in the forested mountains in northwestern California.CALIFORNIA; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; STRIX OCCIDENTALIS OCCIDENTALIS
1977
1
0005: Roost Characteristics and Behavioral Thermoregulation in the Spotted Owl. W. Birds 9 (1), 1-8.
Barrows, Cameron; Barrows, Katherine (creator)
This preliminary investigation was aimed specifically at understanding features of the forest environment which determine roost site selection.CALIFORNIA; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; THERMOREGULATION
1978
1
0006: Spotted Owl Research and Management in the Pacific Northwest. In: Transactions of the 47th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, 1982. (: ) Wildlife Management Institute, Washington D. C., 323-331. (OCWRU)
Forsman, Eric D; Horn, Kirk; Neitro, William (creator)
INCOMPLETE; MANAGEMENT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1982
1
0007: Distribution and Biology of the Spotted Owl in Oregon. Journal of Wildlife Management 48 (2, Suppl. 87, April, Wildlife Monographs), 1-64.
Forsman, Eric D; Meslow, E Charles; Wight, Howard (creator)
BEHAVIOR; BIOLOGY; DIET; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; OREGON; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; VOCALIZATIONS
1984
1
0009: The Influence of Habitat Heterogeneity on the Dispersal Pattern of Juvenile Spotted Owls, Strix occidentalis Caurina, in Northwestern California. In: (Supplement to final report PNW-82-226) (: ) Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, 1-10. (Department of Wildlife, Humboldt State University)
Gutiérrez, Ralph J; Ward, JP; Franklin, Alan B; LaHaye, W (creator)
CALIFORNIA; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1985
1
0010: Dispersal of Juvenile Northern Spotted Owls in the Pacific Northwest Douglas-Fir Region. In: (Annual Report 1985-Supplement PNW 82-322 to Master Memorandum of Understanding PNW 80-87) (: ), 1-18. (OCRWU)
Meslow, E Charles; Miller, Gary S; Reid, Janice A; Wagner, Frank (creator)
JUVENILE DISPERSAL; OREGON; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1986
1
0011: 1985 Spotted Owl Monitoring Summary. In: (Roseburg BLM summary of spotted owl surveys) (: ). (Roseburg BLM)
Roseburg BLM (creator)
ROSEBURG BLM; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1985
1
0012: Report of Laboratory Examinations. (Post-mortem report of Northern Spotted Owl). 3 pages. (OCWRU)
Miller, Gary S (creator)
SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1985
1
0013: Adult Spotted Owl Monitoring on Eugene and Medford Districts, BLM. (Unpublished report prepared for USFS old-growth wildlife program for briefing of BLM biologists). 1-2 pages.
Roseburg BLM (creator)
SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1985
1
0014: Summary of Statistics of Northern Spotted Owls for Audubon Advisory Panel. (Report on statistics of STOC for Audubon Advisory Panel). 12 pages. (USDA forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region)
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
Sceme for classifying the results of surveys for spotted owls.INCOMPLETE; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; JUVENILE MORTALITY; REPRODUCTIVE RATE; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1985
1
0015: The Management of Viable Populations: Theory, Applications, and case studies. (Report compiling 13 case studies on various species) (Series Eds: Wilcox, Bruce; Brussard, Peter; Marcot, Bruce.) Center for Conservation Biology-Stanford University, Stanford, CA. (Stanford University)
Wilcox, Bruce; Wilcove, David S; Brussard, Peter; et al. (creator)
INCOMPLETE; FRAGMENTATION; MANAGEMENT; PLANT POPULATIONS; PLEBEJUS ICARIOIDES MISSIONENSIS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; THEORY; URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1986
1
0016: Monitoring Western Oregon Records of Decision-Spotted Owl Habitat and Population. Chap. H-1734-1. In: BLM manual. (unpublished supplement to BLM manual) (BLM-Oregon State Office)
BLM (creator)
INCOMPLETE; MANAGEMENT; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1986
1
0017: Northern Spotted Owl Analysis-BLM. (Unpublished report on status of spotted owl by BLM). 33 pages. (BLM)
BLM (creator)
INCOMPLETE; BLM; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; LAND OWNERSHIP; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; TIMBER HARVEST
1986
1
0018: Dispersal of Juvenile Northern Spotted Owls in the Pacific Northwest Douglas-Fir Region. (supplement #PNW 82-322 to Master memorandum of understanding #PNW 80-87). 44 pages. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles; Miller, Gary S; et al. (creator)
INCOMPLETE; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1986
1
0019: Ecology of the Spotted Owl in Oregon and Washington. (Technical Bulletin 509) National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, New York, N. Y. 57 pages. (NCASI)
NCASI (creator)
BIOLOGY; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; MANAGEMENT; OREGON; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY; WASHINGTON STATE
1986
1
0020: Report of the Advisory Panel on the Spotted Owl. (Audubon Conservation Report #7) (Audubon Conservation Report, 7.) National Audubon Society, New York, N. Y. 47 pages. (National Audubon Society)
Dawson, William; Ligon, David J; Murphy, Joseph R; et al. (creator)
2 copies, see also item#576AUDUBON ADVISORY PANEL; BIOLOGY; DISTRIBUTION; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; MANAGEMENT; POPULATION ESTIMATES; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1986
1
0021: Pacific Southwest Region Spotted Owl Inventories and Monitoring-summary of results for 1987. (Summary report of STOC surveys for 1987 by USFS). 7 pages. (USDA-FS, Six Rivers National Forest)
USDA-FS (creator)
2 copies-1 partialSCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1987
1
0022: Spotted Owl Habitat Use in the Oregon Coast Range. (Progress Report for 1987 by USFS PNW Research Station and the Oregon BLM) USDA-FS. 71 pages. (USDA-FS Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Carey, Andrew; Horton, Scott P; Reid, Janice A (creator)
HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1987
1
0023: Annual Report-Spotted Owl Inventory and Monitoring Pacific Northwest Region. (1987 Annual Report for USDA-FS) USDA-FS. 21 pages. (USDA-FS Pacific Northwest Region)
USDA-FS (creator)
PNW REGION; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOHAS; STOC MONITORING
1987
1
0024: 1987 Progress Report-Inventory and Monitoring of Spotted & Barred Owls, Olympic National Park. (Progress Report prepared for use of National Park Service and cooperating agencies). 28 pages. (Olympic National Park)
Sharp, Devora; Foster, Kate; Moorhead, Bruce B (creator)
BIOLOGY; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; DISTRIBUTION; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; OLYMPIC NF; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA; WASHINGTON STATE
1987
1
0025: Reportof the Scientific Advisory Panel on the Spotted Owl. The Condor 89, 205-229. (Cooper Ornithological Society)
Dawson, William; Ligon, David J; Murphy, Joseph R; et al. (creator)
BEHAVIOR; BIOLOGY; DIET; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; MANAGEMENT; PACIFIC NORTHWEST; POPULATION ESTIMATES; PREY AVAILABILITY; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1987
1
0026: Cooperative Administrative Study to Monitor Spotted Owl Management Areas in National Forests in Washington. (Progress Report #3 by Washington Department of Game). 37 pages. (Washington Department of Game-Olympia, WA)
Allen, Harriet L; Dixon, Kenneth R; Knutson, K Lea; Potter, Ann E (creator)
GIFFORD PINCHOT; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; HOME RANGE; MT. BAKER-SNOQUALMIE; OLYMPIC NF; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOMAS; STOC MONITORING; WASHINGTON STATE
1987
1
0027: A Survey of Spotted Owls in Western Olympic National Park. (Report on Spotted Owl status in Olympic National Park) Washingtion Department of Wildlife. 23 pages. (Washington Department of Wildlife)
Washington Department of Wildlife (creator)
MANAGEMENT; OLYMPIC NF; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOMAS; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA
1987
1
0028: A Current Assessment of the Spotted Owl Population in Oregon. The Murrelet 68, 51-54.
Forsman, Eric D; Bruce, Charles R; Walter, Mary A; Meslow, E Charles (creator)
2 copies on fileBIOLOGY; DISTRIBUTION; GOOD NSO PAPER; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; POPULATION ESTIMATES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1987
1
0029: A Review of the U. S. Forest Service's Viability Analysis for the Spotted Owl. (Report to the NCASI) NCASI. 49 pages. (University of Wyoming-Laramie)
Boyce, Mark S (creator)
2 copies of report, one with preface letter to Rolf Wallenstrom concerning a misinterpretation of a statement in his report that appeared in the Status Review for the Northern Spotted Owl.DENSITY DEPENDENCE; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; EXTINCTION; GENETIC VARIATION; LANDE'S MODEL; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOCHASTICITY; THEORY
1987
1
0030: Spotted Owl Distribution and Abundance in Yosemite National Park, 1988. (Report by California Department of Fish and Game) California Department of Fish and Game. 20 pages. (California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, CA)
Roberts, Kevin; Escallier, Mike; Gould, Gordon I (creator)
In the first year of a planned two year study, surveys and inventories to locate Spotted Owls Strix Occidentalis were conducted on Yosemite National Park from April through August, 1988.2 copiesCALIFORNIA; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; NATIONAL PARKS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; YOSEMITE
1988
1
0031: Bureau of Land Management Spotted Owl Monitoring. (Summary Report of Spotted Owl occupation and reproduction surveys-Western Oregon districts). 5 pages. (BLM)
BLM (creator)
BANDING STUDY; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1988
1
0032: Pacific Northwest Region Spotted Owl Inventories and Monitoring Summary of Results for 1988. (Summary report of spotted owl surveys for 1988 in Pacific Northwest). 3 pages. (USDA-FS)
USDA-FS (creator)
PACIFIC NORTHWEST; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1988
1
0033: Wildlife Habitat Relationships in Western Oregon and Washington. (Annual Report by Pacific Northwest Research Station Unit 4203) Pacific Northwest Research Station. 49 pages. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Meslow, E Charles; Wagner, Frank; Carey, Andrew; et al. (creator)
Report compilation of several studiesCOAST RANGE; DIET; EUGENE BLM; FLYING SQUIRRELS; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; MEDFORD BLM; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA; WASHINGTON STATE; WILLAMETTE NF
1988
1
0034: Temporal Variation in Spotted Owl Ranges. (Report prepared Pacific Northwest Research Station) Pacific Northwest Research Station. 4 pages. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Peeler, KC; Carey, Andrew; Guetterman, JH; et al. (creator)
HOME RANGE; PREY ABUNDANCE; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1988
1
0035: Overview of Current Situation Spotted Owls in Washington State, 1988. (Report prepared to summarize status of Spotted Owl on all Washingtion lands). 9 pages.
Washington Department of Wildlife (creator)
origin of this document is ambiguousCOLUMBIA GORGE; DISTRIBUTION; GIFFORD PINCHOT; OLYMPIC NF; RECOVERY PLAN; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC DATABASE; STRIX VARIA; WASHINGTON STATE
1988
1
0036: Preliminary Results for 1988 Pacific Southwest Region (R5) Spotted Owl Inventory and Monitoring Program. 1988 summary. (Pacific Southwest Region USDA-FS)
USDA-FS (creator)
Brief summary of stoc surveysSCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; WASHINGTON STATE
1988
1
0037: Spotted Owl Monitoring Report-1988. (Summary report of STOC surveys on Blm lands in Western Oregon) BLM. 12 pages. (USDI-BLM)
BLM (creator)
BANDING STUDY; COOS BAY BLM; EUGENE BLM; MEDFORD BLM; OREGON; ROSEBURG BLM; SALEM BLM; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1988
1
0038: Genetic Variation in Spotted Owls. (Report compilation of several short papers on Spotted Owl ecology). (Humboldt State University)
Gutiérrez, Ralph J; Barrowclough, George; Pritchard, John (creator)
Not for citation, distribution or rebroadcastGENETIC VARIATION; HOME RANGE; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY; STOC MONITORING; STRIX OCCIDENTALIS OCCIDENTALIS
1988
1
0039: Habitat Use by California Spotted Owls in the Central Sierra Nevada. (Report on study conducted at Humboldt State University) Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. 55 pages. (Humboldt State University)
Gutiérrez, Ralph J; Bias, Michael A (creator)
BIOLOGY; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HABITAT VARIABLES; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; STRIX OCCIDENTALIS OCCIDENTALIS
1988
1
0040: Population Viability Assessments for the Northern Spotted Owl. (Report containing two population viability assessments-one developed by USDA-FS, and the other by Lande.). 14 pages.
Lande, Russell; USDA-FS (creator)
DENSITY DEPENDENCE; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; GENETIC VARIATION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; POPULATION ESTIMATES; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SURVIVORSHIP; THEORY; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1988
2
0041: Pacific Northwest Region Spotted Owl Monitoring. (Handout prepared for annual review of Spotted Owl RD&A). 8 pages. (USDA-FS)
USDA-FS (creator)
4 copiesOLYMPIC NF; OREGON; PROTOCOL; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; WASHINGTON STATE
1988
2
0043: Spotted Owl Presence and Habitat Components in Younger Forests of Southwestern Washington. (A Progress report prepared by NCASI) NCASI, Corvallis, OR. 20 pages. (NCASI)
Irwin, Larry L; Fleming, Tracy L; Speich, Steven M (creator)
AEGOLIUS ACADICUS; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; DEMOGRAPHY; DISTRIBUTION; GLAUCIDIUM GNOMA; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; OLYMPIC NF; OTUS KENNICOTTI; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STRIX VARIA; TYTO ALBA
1988
2
0044: Spotted Owl Monitoring Cedar Creek, Osborn Knob, Deer Mountain, McKenzie Resource Area. (Progress report for the McKenzie Resource Area by the Eugene district BLM). 10 pages. (Eugene BLM)
Miller, Gregory P (creator)
Research and monitoring data currently indicate that northern spotted owls Stix occidentalis caurina typically use large (1, 000-4, 000) acreages of old-growth and mature Douglas-fir.BANDING STUDY; FRAGMENTATION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; SURVIVORSHIP
1988
2
0045: Reproductive Performance of Spotted Owls with and without Radio Transmitters on Three Study Areas in Oregon and Washington. (annual summary prepared by Eric Forsman). 4 pages. (USFS-PNW research station)
Forsman, Eric D (creator)
One of the objectives of the spotted owl studies that we and our cooperators are currently conducting is to determine if radio-transmitters have an effect on survival rates and reproduction.EFFECTS OF RADIO-TAGGING; OLYMPIC NF; REPRODUCTIVE RATE; ROSEBURG BLM; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; WASHINGTON STATE
1988
2
0046: Spotted Owl Research. Project leader-Wenatchee FSL. (Wenatchee FSL)
Everett, Richard L (creator)
Memo regarding proposed research for 1989 in WashingtonRESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1988
2
0047: Pacific Northwest Research Station. Vol. 1. (Field progress report No. 1 by National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement) NCASI, Corvallis, OR. 12 pages. (NCASI-West Coast Regional Center)
Buchanan, Joseph B (creator)
HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HABITAT VARIABLES; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STAND STRUCTURE; STOC ECOLOGY; WASHINGTON STATE
1988
2
0048: Documentation of Procedure for Estimating Capability of Habitat to Support Breeding Pairs of Spotted Owls. (Report prepared for USDA-Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region) USDA-FS. 18 pages. (USDA-FS Pacific Northwest Region)
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
FRAGMENTATION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1988
2
0049: Spotted Owl Monitoring: Medford segment-Miller Mountain Study Area. (annual report for Medford banding study) (supplement number PNW 86-390 to Master Memorandum of Understanding no. PNW 80-87.). 13 pages. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles; Wagner, Frank; et al. (creator)
BANDING STUDY; DEMOGRAPHY; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; MEDFORD DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; OCWRU; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE RATE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1988
2
0050: Home Range Size and Habitat Utilization of Northern Spotted Owls in the Eugene BLM District, Oregon. (Progress report prepared and submitted by OCWRU). 19 pages. (OCWRU-Corvallis)
Friesen, Cheryl A; Meslow, E Charles (creator)
BANDING STUDY; EUGENE BLM; FORAGING HABITAT; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; MANAGEMENT; OCWRU; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1988
2
0051: California Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis occidentalis: Inventory and Demographic Study, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks: Preliminary results, 1988. (report by State of California Department of Fish and Game).
Roberts, Cindy K (creator)
BANDING STUDY; DEMOGRAPHY; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; REPRODUCTIVE RATE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; TERRITORIALITY
1988
2
0052: Preliminary Pacific Northwest Region Spotted Owl Inventories and Monitoring Summary of Results for 1988. 1988 summary report. (USDA-FS Pacific Northwest Region)
USDA-FS (creator)
basically an overview of the monitoring programCOAST RANGE; DISTRIBUTION; OLYMPIC NF; OREGON; REPRODUCTIVE RATE; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; WASHINGTON STATE
1988
2
0053: Wildlife Habitat Relationships in Western Oregon and Washington. (Annual report for USDA-FS Pacific Northwest Research Station unit 4203 for 1988) USDA-FS. 66 pages. (USDA-FS)
Ruggiero, Leonard F (creator)
ACCIPITER GENTILIS; COAST RANGE; DEMOGRAPHY; EUGENE BLM; FLYING SQUIRRELS; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; MARTEN ECOLOGY; MEDFORD BLM; OLYMPIC NF; OREGON; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY; STRIX VARIA; VERTEBRATE COMMUNITY; WASHINGTON STATE
1988
2
0054: The Ecology of Spotted Owls in the Central Cascades, Western Oregon. (Annual report-supplement No. PNW 87-406 to Master Memorandum of Understanding No. PNW 80-87) (Annaul Report-Spotted Owl Demography and Habitat Use Segments.). 45 pages. (OCWRU-Corvallis, OR)
Meslow, E Charles; Miller, Gary S; et al. (creator)
2 copies on filesBANDING STUDY; DEMOGRAPHY; DISTRIBUTION; FORAGING HABITAT; GOOD NSO PAPER; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; OCWRU; OREGON; PREY ABUNDANCE; PREY BASE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE RATE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SURVIVORSHIP; TURNOVER
1988
2
0055: Home Range Size and Habitat Utilization of Northern Spotted Owls in the Eugene BLM District, Oregon. (Supplement No. PNW 86-390 to Master Memeorandum of Understanding No. PNW 80-87) (Progress report 1988.). 10 pages. (OCWRU-Corvallis)
Meslow, E Charles; Friesen, Cheryl A (creator)
BANDING STUDY; DEMOGRAPHY; EUGENE BLM; EUGENE DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; FORAGING HABITAT; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; OCWRU; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1988
2
0056: Patterns of Distribution and Abundance of Small Mammals in Old and Second-Growth Douglas-Fir Forests in the Oregon Cascades. (supplement No. PNW 87-406 to Master Memorandum of Understanding No. PNW 80-87) (Annual Report-Spotted Owl Prey Ecology Segment.). 16 pages. (OCWRU-Corvallis)
Anthony, Robert G; Rosenberg, Daniel K (creator)
2 copies on fileCLETHRIONOMYS CALIFORNICUS; DEER MOUSE; GLAUCOMYS VOLANS; GOOD NSO PAPER; HABITAT STRUCTURE; MAMMAL TRAPPING; NORTHERN FLYING SQUIRREL; OREGON; PEROMYSCUS; PHENACOMYS LONGICAUDUS; PREY ABUNDANCE; RED TREE VOLE; RED-BACKED VOLE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SMALL MAMMAL DENSITIES; TOWNSEND'S CHIPMUNK
1988
2
0058: Annual occupancy by spotted owl of network territories on the Mendocino National Forest. (summary table of results of USFS study-Mendocino NF). 4 pages. (USDA-FS)
USDA-FS (creator)
chart summarizing occupancy of Spotted owls from 1983-1989MANAGEMENT; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOHAS; TIMBER HARVEST
1989
2
0059: Evaluation of Northern Spotted Owl Survival and Mortality Rates Using Telemetry Data From Redwood Sciences Laboratory Selected Studies in the Klamath Province. (report on survival rates from six districts in the Klamath province). 9 pages. (USDA-FS)
Anon. (creator)
CALIFORNIA; MORTALITY; OREGON; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SURVIVORSHIP
1989
2
0060: Responses to Human Intruders by Birds Nesting in Colonies: Experimental Results and Management Guidelines. Colonial Waterbirds 12 (1), 104-108.
Erwin, Michael R (creator)
Colonies of nesting wading birds and seabirds were studied at coastal sites in Virginia and North Carolina to determine distances at which birds flushed in response to human intrusion.COLONIAL NESTING BIRDS; EGRETS; FLUSH DISTANCES; HERONS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SEABIRDS; WADING BIRDS
1989
2
0061: Tour of Spotted Owl Research-Sierra National Forest. (summary tables prepared by Sierra National Forest). (USDA-FS)
Anon. (creator)
tables and charts summarizing spotted owl occupancy in Sierra National ForestCALIFORNIA; HABITAT STRUCTURE; HOME RANGE; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
2
0062: Estimating Small-Mammal Abundance when Capture Probabilities are Low. (report prepared by OCWRU). 10 pages. (OCWRU-Corvallis)
Anthony, Robert G; Rosenberg, Daniel K (creator)
CAPTURE PROBABILITIES; GLAUCOMYS SABRINUS; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; MAMMAL TRAPPING; MARK AND RECAPTURE; NORTHERN FLYING SQUIRREL; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SMALL MAMMAL DENSITIES
1989
2
0063: Roost Selection by Spotted Owls: An Adaptation to Heat Stress. The Condor 83, 302-309. (The Cooper Ornithological Society)
Barrows, Cameron (creator)
HABITAT VARIABLES; HEAT STRESS; ROOST PREFERENCE; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; THERMOREGULATION
1981
2
0064: Spotted Owl Surveys in Olympic National Park. (Final report for olympic national park) Division of Natural Science Studies-Olympic National Park. 29 pages. (Olympic National Park)
Fredrickson, Richard J; Mills, Scott L; Moorhead, Bruce B (creator)
ELEVATION; HABITAT STRUCTURE; OLYMPIC NF; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
2
0065: Summary of Spotted Owl Survey results-Roseburg District, BLM 1984-1989. (Summary report of spotted owl occupancy prepared by Roseburg BLM). 4 pages. (Roseburg BLM)
Anon. (creator)
BANDING STUDY; OREGON; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; ROSEBURG BLM; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
2
0066: Overview of Current Situation-Spotted Owls in Washington State. (report summarizing status of Spotted owl in Washington). 8 pages. (Spotted Owl recovery plan)
Anon. (creator)
DISTRIBUTION; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; LAND OWNERSHIP; MANAGEMENT; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC DATABASE; STRIX VARIA; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
2
0067: Summary of Population Dynamics Information Presented in Spotted Owl Research Papers and Reports. (table summary of spotted owl population dynamics compiled from reports of spotted owl research). 16 pages.
Anon. (creator)
CALIFORNIA; DENSITY; OREGON; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SURVIVORSHIP; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
2
0068: Habitat Refugia in Conservation Planning. (report out of Stanford University). 7 pages. (University of Stanford)
Murphy, Dennis D (creator)
AMARGOSA VOLE; BAY CHECKERSPOT BUTTERFLY; MANAGEMENT; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; THEORY; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1989
2
0069: Integrating Scientific Methods with Habitat Conservation Planning: Reserve Design for the Northern Spotted Owl. Ecological Applications. (Center for Conservation Biology)
Murphy, Dennis D; Noon, Barry R (creator)
INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; MANAGEMENT; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
in press
2
0070: Analyzing Population Viability of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest. In: Transactions of the 52nd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. (Ed: Marcot, Bruce) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, OR, 333-347.
Marcot, Bruce G; Holthausen, Richard (creator)
DEMOGRAPHY; EXTINCTION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; PACIFIC NORTHWEST; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; THEORY; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1987
2
0071: Spotted Owl Survey and Monitoring Report. (summary report of Spotted Owl study-Roseburg BLM) Roseburg BLM, Roseburg, OR. (Roseburg BLM)
Roseburg BLM (creator)
BANDING STUDY; OREGON; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; ROSEBURG BLM; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
2
0072: Spotted Owl Home Range Characteristics by Physiographic Province. (appendices A-E, Record No. 19424.).
Anon. (creator)
source of information unknown, but specific to National Forest landCALIFORNIA; HABITAT STRUCTURE; HABITAT VARIABLES; HOME RANGE; OREGON; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SUITABLE HABITAT; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
2
0073: Assessment of Population Viability Projections for the Northern Spotted Owl. (assessment prepared by US Fish & Wildlife Service for the Division of Endangered Species). 31 pages. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Shaffer, Mark I (creator)
ECOLOGICAL MODELS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; THEORY; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1987
2
0074: Spotted Owl Distribution Along Elevational and Vegetation Gradients in Olympic National Park. (1988 Progress report). 27 pages. (Division of Natural Science Studies-Olympic National Park)
Mills, Scott L; Fredrickson, Richard J; Moorhead, Bruce B; et al. (creator)
BUBO VIRGINIANUS; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT STRUCTURE; MANAGEMENT; PROTOCOL; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC DATABASE; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA
1989
2
0075: Minimum Convex Polygon Home Ranges for Radio-Tagged Spotted Owls on the Quinault and Soleduck Study Areas, Olympic Peninsula, Washington. (summary chart of home ranges for radio-tagged owls in Olympic Peninsula). 5 pages.
Anon. (creator)
HOME RANGE; OLYMPIC NF; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
2
0076: Isolation, Barriers, Fragmentation, and Natural Disasters (draft).. 6 pages.
Anon. (creator)
source unknownBARRIERS; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; EXTINCTION; FRAGMENTATION; ISOLATION; MANAGEMENT; NATURAL DISASTERS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
2
0077: Northern Spotted Owl Home Range Estimates-Mad River Study Site. (report prepared by USDA-FS, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experimental Station). (Redwood Sciences Laboratory-Arcata, CA)
Redwood Sciences Laboratory (creator)
ADAPTIVE KERNAL; BIVARIATE NORMAL; CALIFORNIA; HARMONIC MEAN; HOME RANGE
1988
2
0078: Spotted Owl Monitoring: Medford Segment-Miller Mountain Study Area. (progress report submitted by OCWRU, supplement No. PNW 86-390 to Master Memorandum of Understanding No. PNW 80-87). 15 pages. (OCWRU-Corvallis)
Meslow, E Charles; Wagner, Frank (creator)
BANDING STUDY; DEMOGRAPHY; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; MEDFORD DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; OCWRU; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE RATE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
2
0079: Pacific Southwest Region Spotted Owl Inventory and Monitoring Program-summary of results for 1988. (incomplete report). 1989 summary report. (USDAFS)
USDA-FS (creator)
SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
2
0080: Spotted Owl Prey Abundance and Reproduction in Northwest California-summary of progress. (report prepared by wildlife department at Humboldt State Universtiy). 4 pages. (Humboldt University)
Ward, JP; Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
CALIFORNIA; MAMMAL TRAPPING; PREY ABUNDANCE; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
2
0081: Examination of the Home Range Size and Habitat Use of the Spotted Owl in the Klamath Province from Spring 1987-December 1988. (summary tables and figures). (Redwood sciences lab-Arcata)
Paton, Peter W; Tilghman, Nancy G (creator)
CALIFORNIA; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
3
0082: Memo to participants in annual Spotted Owl Information Exchange. Memo dated 31 January, 1989. (USDA-FS, Pacific Southwest Region, Fresno, CA)
Verner, Jared (creator)
memo prefacing the 1988 progress report on Spotted Owl study in the Sierra National ForestSCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
3
0083: A Study of Spotted Owl Home-Range Size and Composition in the Sierra National Forest. (Annual Progress report for 1988). 9 pages. (Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fresno, CA)
Neal, Donald L; Verner, Jared; Steger, George N; et al. (creator)
4 copies of report located in filesBANDING STUDY; BEHAVIOR; CALIFORNIA; DIET; ELEVATION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HABITAT STRUCTURE; HOME RANGE; MORTALITY; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
3
0084: Effects of Varying Dispersal Capabilities on the Population Dynamics of the Northen Spotted Owl-Preliminary draft. draft ed.. 14 pages.
McKelvey, Robert; Lamberson, Rollie; Noon, Barry R; Voss, Curtis (creator)
report a collaborative effort by University of Montana, Humboldt State University, USFS-redwood sciences labBOYCE'S MODEL; DENSITY DEPENDENCE; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; EQUILIBRIUM POPULATION; FECUNDITY; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; JUVENILE MORTALITY; LANDE'S MODEL; POPULATION DYNAMICS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SURVIVORSHIP; THEORY
1989
3
0085: Owls, radio-transmitters, and mortality rates. fax from Noon to j. Verner, g. Mason and company.
Noon, Barry R (creator)
memo prefacing response to fish and wildlife department regarding radio-transmitters and owl deathsMORTALITY; RADIO TRANSMITTERS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
3
0086: Effects of radio-tags on Spotted Owls. letter from Eric Forsman to Kent Mays.
Forsman, Eric D (creator)
letter prefacing an enclosure summarizing effects of radio tags on owlsMORTALITY; RADIO TRANSMITTERS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
3
0087: Population Ecology of the Northern Spotted Owl In Northwest California: preliminary results. unpublished draft ed. (progress report 1989). 31 pages. (California Department of Fish and Game/Humboldt State University)
Franklin, Alan B; Blakesley, Jennifer A; Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
In 1988, we surveyed 88 Northern Spotted Owl territories in northwest California, 43 on the 292 Km Willow Creek Study Area and 45 on the 10, 000 Km regional study area.BANDING STUDY; CALIFORNIA; DENSITY; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; MATE FIDELITY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY; STOC MONITORING; SURVIVORSHIP; TERRITORIALITY; TURNOVER
1989
3
0088: The Northern Spotted Owl-fact sheet and other information. (fact sheets and charts compiled by the US forest service). (USDA-FS)
Salwasser, Harold J; Mays, Kent; Mulder, Barry S (creator)
compilation of general information regarding the spotted owl prepared by USDA-FS and USDI Fish & Wildlife ServiceBIOLOGY; DIET; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; LAND OWNERSHIP; MANAGEMENT; PACIFIC NORTHWEST; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1989
3
0089: Comments on the Miller Mountain Study. comments-4/18/89. (OCWRU)
Wagner, Frank (creator)
2 copies in filesFRAGMENTATION; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
3
0090: Spotted Owls and Fragmented Habitat. draft ed. (preliminary draft dated 11 April, 1989). 24 pages. (University of Washington-Seattle)
Doak, Daniel (creator)
DISPERSAL; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; FECUNDITY; FRAGMENTATION; LANDE'S MODEL; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SPATIAL STRUCTURE; THEORY
1989
3
0091: Transcript of second spotted owl video. transcript prepared by Pacific Lumber Company dated June 1989. (Pacific Lumber company-Scotia, CA)
Kerns, Steven J (creator)
PRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
3
0092: Observations of Wildlife Diversity on Lands of The Pacific Lumber Company. draft ed. (preliminary draft prepared for Pacific Lumber Co). 25 pages. (Pacific Lumber Co)
Kerns, Steven J (creator)
ACCIPITER GENTILIS; ARBORIMUS LONGICAUDUS; BRACHYRAMPHUS MARMORATUS; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT VARIABLES; MANAGEMENT; MARTES PENNANTI; PRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1988
3
0093: Occurrence of Spotted Owls in Managed Timber Stands on Lands of the Pacific Lumber Company. (report prepared for Pacific Lumber Co by Wildland Resource Managers). 29 pages. (Pacific Lumber Company)
Kerns, Steven J (creator)
HABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT STRUCTURE; HABITAT VARIABLES; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
3
0094: Characteristics of Spotted Owl Nest Sites in Eastside National Forests, Washington. (Progress report for 1989). 49 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Imporvement, Inc (NCASI) and USDA-FS)
Irwin, Larry L; Buchanan, Joseph B; McCutchen, Edwin L (creator)
2 copies in filesHABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT VARIABLES; NESTING HABITAT; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
3
0095: Estimated Abundance and Inventory of Spotted Owls in National Parks of the Pacific Northwest. 1989 summary. (National Park Service)
Anon. (creator)
2 copiesOLYMPIC NF; PACIFIC NORTHWEST; SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
3
0096: Spotted Owl Habitat by National Forest Pacific Northwest Region. Estimated Acres of habitat as of fall 1989. (USDA-FS)
USDA-FS (creator)
SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SUITABLE HABITAT
1989
3
0097: Acres of Spotted Owl Habitat by Land Classification. suitable habitat as of 1 September, 1989. (USDA-FS)
USDA-FS (creator)
SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SUITABLE HABITAT; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
3
0098: Acres of Spotted owl Habitat, National Forests-region 6. summary of suitable habitat as of 9 October 1987. (USDA-FS)
Anon. (creator)
material from the Listing Review TeamSCIENTIFIC REPORT; SUITABLE HABITAT; US FOREST SERVICE
1987
3
0099: Cooperative Administrative Study to Monitor Spotted Owl Management Areas in National Forests in Washington. (Final report for 1989). 165 pages.
Allen, Harriet L; Dixon, Kenneth R; Knutson, K Lea (creator)
collaborative effort between USFS, Pacific Northwest region 6, Pacific northwest research station, wildlife habitat relationships, and the Washington Department of Wildlife.FORAGING HABITAT; FRAGMENTATION; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HOME RANGE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; ROOST PREFERENCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOMAS; STOC MONITORING; US FOREST SERVICE; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
3
0100: Spotted Owl Demography and Habitat Use Segments. (Progress report for spring 1989). 6 pages. (OCWRU)
Miller, Gary S (creator)
BANDING STUDY; BIOLOGY; DEMOGRAPHY; DIET; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; MAMMAL TRAPPING; OREGON; PREY ABUNDANCE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
3
0101: An Examination of the Old-Growth Forest Controversy in the Pacific Northwest. (report by US Fish and Wildlife Service). 27 pages. (US Fish and Wildlife Service)
Mueller, Allan J (creator)
2 copies on fileECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS; ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; MANAGEMENT; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
3
0102: Translocation as a Species Conservation Tool: Status and Strategy. Science, Reprint Series 245 (4 August), 477-480. (American Association for the Advancement of Science)
Griffith, Brad; Scott, J Michael; Carpenter, James W; Reed, Christine (creator)
CAPTIVE BREEDING; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; ENDANGERED SPECIES; SPECIES REINTRODUCTION; THEORY
1989
3
0103: Spotted Owl Presence in Managed Forests of Southwestern Washington. (report by National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Imporvement, Inc (NCASI) ). 30 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Imporvement, Inc (NCASI) )
Irwin, Larry L; Fleming, Tracy L; Speich, Steven M; Buchanan, Joseph B (creator)
2 copiesBUBO VIRGINIANUS; DENSITY; GLAUCIDIUM GNOMA; HABITAT COMPOSITION; OTUS KENNICOTTI; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA; TYTO ALBA; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
3
0104: The Northern Spotted Owl in Second-Growth Forests of Mendocino County, California. draft ed. (Draft report submitted to US Fish & Wildlife Service). 22 pages.
Hunter, Brian; Wheeler, Joe Jr; Ambrosini, Lowell; Pious, Malcom (creator)
cooperative effort between California Dept of Fish & Game, Louisiana-Pacific Corp, Georgia-Pacific CorpCALIFORNIA; DENSITY; HABITAT COMPOSITION; NESTING HABITAT; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; ROOST PREFERENCE; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
3
0105: A Study of Spotted Owl Home-Range Size and Composition in the Sierra National Forest. (Preliminary Progress report for 1989). 6 pages. (Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station)
Neal, Donald L; Verner, Jared; Steger, George N; Eberlein, Gary P (creator)
BEHAVIOR; CALIFORNIA; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT VARIABLES; HOME RANGE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
4
0106: Spotted Owl Home Range and Habitat Use in Southern Oregon Coast Ranges. (report in press). 25 pages. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Carey, Andrew et al. (creator)
2 copies on fileCOAST RANGE; FORAGING HABITAT; GOOD NSO PAPER; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HOME RANGE; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; OREGON; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; ROOST PREFERENCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
4
0107: Spotted and Great Horned Owls: Their Abundance in and Relationship to Fragmented Forests of Oregon's Western Cascades. (Progress report for 1989). 8 pages. (OCWRU)
Johnson, David H; Meslow, E Charles (creator)
5 copiesBUBO VIRGINIANUS; EDGE EFFECT; FRAGMENTATION; GOOD NSO PAPER; GREAT-HORNED OWL; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; OREGON; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
4
0108: 1989 Spotted Owl Surveys in Wilderness Areas of Wenatchee National Forest, North Cascades National Park and Okanogan National Forest. (report by National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Imporvement, Inc (NCASI) ). 8 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Imporvement, Inc (NCASI) )
Irwin, Larry L; Buchanan, Joseph B; Fleming, Tracy L (creator)
ACCIPITER COOPERII; ACCIPITER GENTILIS; ACCIPITER STRIATUS; BARRED OWL; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; COOPER'S HAWK; FLAMMULATED OWL; GLAUCIDIUM GNOMA; GOSHAWK; GREAT-HORNED OWL; NATIONAL PARKS; NORTHERN PYGMY OWL; OTUS FLAMMEOLUS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SHARP-SHINNED HAWK; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA; US FOREST SERVICE; WILDERNESS AREAS
1989
4
0109: Examination of Home Range Size and Habitat Use of the Spotted Owl in the Klamath Province covering period from Spring 1987-February 28, 1989. (progress report submitted 18 october, 1989). 16 pages. (Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station)
Paton, Peter W; Tilghman, Nancy G; Zabel, Cindy (creator)
2 copies in filesCALIFORNIA; DEMOGRAPHY; DIET; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; KLAMATH RANGE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOHAS
1989
4
0110: Status of the Northern Spotted Owl in Managed Forests on Simpson Redwood Lands in Northern California. (interim report submitted to Simpson Redwood Company, Arcata, CA) (attachment A.). 25 pages. (Simpson Redwood Company-Arcata, CA)
Diller, Lowell (creator)
first part of report submitted to Simpson Redwood Co.AEGOLIUS ACADICUS; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; CALIFORNIA; DEMOGRAPHY; DIET; NESTING HABITAT; OTUS KENNICOTTI; PRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; ROOST PREFERENCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA; TIMBER HARVEST
1989
4
0111: Arcata Redwood Spotted Owl Survey. (report part of series submitted to Simpson Redwood Company) (Attachment B.). 9 pages. (Simpson Redwood Company-Arcata, CA)
Brown, Jim (creator)
HABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT SELECTION; PRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
4
0112: Spotted Owl Study Text of Videotape. attachment J to report submitted to Simpson Redwood Company. (California Reporting:San Francisco, CA)
Anon. (creator)
transcribed by Cynthia JudyPRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; VIDEO
1989
4
0113: Surveys. summary graphs of spotted owl surveys dated 20 October, 1989.
Gould, Gordon I (creator)
source unknownCALIFORNIA; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
4
0114: Acres of Spotted Owl Habitat by Land Classification. Suitable habitat in the Klamath province of California dated 25 October, 1989.
Anon. (creator)
source unknownCALIFORNIA; KLAMATH RANGE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
4
0115: Draft Criteria for Evaluating US Forest Service 1989 and 1990 Actions That May Affect the Northern Spotted Owl in California. (Draft prepared by US Fish & Wildlife Office). 25 pages. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Sacramento Field Office (creator)
HISTORICAL INFORMATION; MANAGEMENT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
4
0116: Characteristics of Spotted Owl Nest Sites in Eastside National Forests, Washington. (preliminary project summary for 1988-89). 6 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Imporvement, Inc (NCASI) )
Irwin, Larry L; Buchanan, Joseph B; McCutchen, Edwin L (creator)
report follow-up to earlier summaryHABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT STRUCTURE; NESTING HABITAT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
4
0117: Resource Management Planning Eugene District-Existing Conditions and Management Opportunities-Northern Spotted Owl. (draft prepared by the Eugene district and resource area biologists). 14 pages. (Eugene District)
Miller, Gregory P; Bosch, Ray; Jorgensen, Carole; et al. (creator)
DENSITY; MANAGEMENT; MCKENZIE RESOURCE AREA; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
4
0118: Selected tables and figures from progress report: "Status of the Spotted Owl on the McKenzie Resource Area, Eugene District BLM-A Progress Report". summary tables dated November 1989. (Eugene district BLM-McKenzie Resource Area)
Miller, Gregory P; Speich, Steven M (creator)
EUGENE BLM; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
4
0119: New Perspectives: An Ecological Path for Managing Forests. Forest Service fact sheet dated November 1989. (USDA-FS)
USDA-FS (creator)
summary fact sheet#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
4
0120: HOH-Clearwater Spotted Owl Inventory Project. (1988-1989 report). 66 pages. (Washington Dept. of Natural Resources & Washington Dept. of Wildlife)
Anthony, Janet L; Cummins, Eric B (creator)
BUBO VIRGINIANUS; DISTRIBUTION; OLYMPIC NF; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
4
0121: Population Monitoring of the Northern Spotted Owl, Strix occidentalis caurina, on Coastal Sierra Pacific Industries Timberlands. (Prepared for Sierra Pacific Industries by Advanced Sciences, Inc.). 49 pages. (Advanced Sciences, Inc. San Diego, CA)
Advanced Sciences, Inc (creator)
CALIFORNIA; PRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
4
0122: Survey of Spotted Owls on Managed Forestlands in Interior Northern California. (report prepared by Beak Consultants, Inc. for Sierra Pacific Industries). 74 pages. (Beak Consultants, Inc.)
Beak Consultants, Inc (creator)
objectives include to determine owl densities in non old-growth forestsDENSITY; PRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
4
0123: Spotted Owl Surveys of Randomly Selected Transects in Washington. (preliminary report record #19440 by Washington Department of Wildlife). 31 pages. (Washington Department of Wildlife)
Hays, David W; Allen, Harriet L; Egtvedt, Lisa (creator)
HABITAT COMPOSITION; PROTOCOL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
4
0124: Home Range Size and Habitat Use of Spotted Owls in Washington. (preliminary report by Washington Department of Wildlife). 30 pages. (Washington Department of Wildlife)
Hays, David W; Allen, Harriet L; Egtvedt, Lisa; Dixon, Kenneth R (creator)
HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
4
0125: Characteristics of Spotted Owl Nest Sites In Eastside National Forests, Washington. (progress report for 1988-89 dated December 1989.). 34 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) )
Irwin, Larry L; Buchanan, Joseph B; McCutchen, Edwin L (creator)
NESTING HABITAT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
4
0126: Status of the Spotted Owl on the McKenzie Resource Area, Eugene District BLM. (Progress report by Eugene District, BLM). 9 pages. (Eugene district BLM-McKenzie Resource Area)
Miller, Gregory P; Speich, Steven M; Irwin, Larry L (creator)
two copies on fileEUGENE BLM; FORAGING HABITAT; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HOME RANGE; NCASI; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
4
0127: Letter to Marvin Plenert of US Fish & Wildlife Service. 19 December 1989. (NCASI)
Irwin, Larry L (creator)
NCASI; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
4
0129: A Management Alternative for Conservation of Northern Spotted Owls. (report prepared by NCASI). 38 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) )
Irwin, Larry L (creator)
HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; MANAGEMENT; NCASI; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1989
4
0130: Eugene District Annual Monitoring Report for 1989-Northern Spotted Owl. (report prepared by USDI-BLM). 35 pages. (Eugene BLM)
Thomas, Charles L (creator)
EUGENE BLM; NEAREST NEIGHBOR DISTANCE; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
4
0131: Tests on the Modeling of Old-Growth Management Regimes and Unmanaged Stand Dynamics.. (Medford BLM)
Lewis, Robert A; Bonn, Richard I (creator)
ECOLOGICAL MODELS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SILVICULTURE
1989
4
0132: Northern Spotted Owl Monitoring report. (report No. 19434). 31 pages. (Coos Bay BLM)
Coos Bay BLM (creator)
BANDING STUDY; COOS BAY BLM; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
4
0133: Northern Spotted Owl Monitoring report for 1989.. 2 pages. (Lakeview BLM)
Lakeview BLM (creator)
LAKEVIEW BLM; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
4
0134: Northern Spotted Owl Monitoring report 1989. (prepared by Salem BLM). 5 pages. (Salem BLM)
Salem BLM (creator)
SALEM BLM; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
5
0135: Spotted Owls and Old Growth Logging in the Pacific Northwest. Cons. Biol. 3 (4, December), 1-8. (University of Washington-Seattle)
Doak, Daniel (creator)
Northern Spotted Owls, Strix occidentalis caurina, require large tracts of old-growth conifer forest to survive and reproduce. Much of this forest has been or is being cut by commercial logging operations, with uncertain consequences for the owls.two copiesECOLOGICAL MODELS; ENVIRONMENTAL FLUCTUATIONS; FECUNDITY; FRAGMENTATION; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; LANDE'S MODEL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SPATIAL STRUCTURE; SURVIVORSHIP
1989
5
0136: Letter to Kr. Kay Franzreb. 5 December 1989. (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Mills, Scott L (creator)
Submitted for publication to The Condor, letter prefacing report on Northern Spotted Owl#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0138: Letter to Dr. David R. Anderson. 11 December, 1989. (OCWRU)
Miller, Gary S (creator)
letter responds to letter from Anderson dating 14 November, 1989, re:demographic study of Northern Spotted Owl in the Central CascadesDEMOGRAPHY; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0139: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 14 November, 1989. (Colorado State University)
Anderson, David R (creator)
letter requesting information from Northern Spotted Owl demography studies for use in viability modeling analysis. (is precursor to item #138 in files)#SCIENTIFIC REPORT; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1989
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0140: supplemental tables summarizing demography study in the Central Cascades of Oregon. dated 13 December, 1989/fax copy. (OCWRU)
Miller, Gary S (creator)
tables are accompanying a letter from Miller to Anderson dated 11 December, 1989DEMOGRAPHY; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; OCWRU; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0141: Letter to Dr. Kay Franzreb. dated 19 December 1989.
Meyer, Joseph S (creator)
letter prefacing progress report re:Influence of Habitat Fragmentation on Spotted Owl Site Selection, Site Occupancy, and Reproductive Status in western Oregon#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0142: Influence of Habitat Fragmentation on Spotted Owl Site Selection, Site Occupancy, and Reproductive Status in Western Oregon. Progress report ed. (progress report dated 19 December, 1989). 53 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) in cooperation with UW-NPS Research Center-Laramie, WY)
Meyer, Joseph S; Irwin, Larry L; Boyce, Mark S (creator)
BLM; FRAGMENTATION; HABITAT SELECTION; OREGON; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0143: Letter to Barry Mulder. 19 December, 1989.
Franklin, Alan B (creator)
re:Preface to an article entitled "A Model illustrating Territorial Regulation in Northern Spotted Owl Populations. "#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0144: A Model Illustrating Territorial Regulation in Northern Spotted Owl Populations. draft ed.. 8 pages. (Humboldt State University)
Franklin, Alan B (creator)
This outline briefly discussed the first approximation of a model which attempts to quantify the hypothesis that territorial behavior may regulate population size of Northern Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis caurina) .ECOLOGICAL MODELS; FECUNDITY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; TERRITORIALITY
1989
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0145: Letter to Barry Mulder. dated 19 December, 1989. (Humboldt State University)
Ward, JP (creator)
Letter outlining findings in recent report entitled "Spotted Owl Reproduction and Prey Abundance in Northwest California"#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0146: Spotted Owl Reproduction and Prey Abundance in Northwest California. draft ed. (final report of research applicable to McIntire-Stennis Project no. 97). 61 pages. (Humboldt State University)
Ward, JP; Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
Reproduction and diet of the Northern Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) , and prey abundance were examined near Dinsmore, California, June through August 1987 and 1988.ALLEN'S CHIPMUNK; CLETHRIONOMYS CALIFORNICUS; DEER MOUSE; DIET; DUSKY-FOOTED WOODRAT; GLAUCOMYS SABRINUS; HOME RANGE; MAMMAL TRAPPING; MICROTUS SPP; NEOTOMA FUSCIPES; NUEROTRICHUS SPP; PEROMYSCUS; PREY ABUNDANCE; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; SCAPANUS SPP; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SHREW; SOREX SPP; TAMIAS SENEX
1989
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0147: Letter to Marvin L. Plenert. 20 December, 1989. (USDA FS, regional forester)
Butruille, John F (creator)
letter prefaces report by USDA-FS pursuant to listing proposal-FS response#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0148: Report for US Fish & Wildlife Service Response. (response is a compilation of several reports bound together) (Major Findings of the US Forest Service Spotted Owl Research, Development and Application (RD&A) Program.) USDA-FS. (USDA-FS)
USDA-FS (creator)
includes research development and application fy-89 for regions 5 and 6, an overview of Land Management Planning, and various tables summarizing current research. There are 2 copies of report on file, one is an abbreviated edition sent to C. Meslow.MANAGEMENT; PACIFIC NORTHWEST; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
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0149: Letter to Barry Mulder. dated 20 December, 1989.
Hamer, Thomas E (creator)
re:preface to a report on Northern Spotted Owls and Barred Owls#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0150: Northern Spotted Owl and Northern Barred Owl Habitat use & Home Range Size in Washington (preliminary report). (preliminary report). 64 pages. (Washington Department of Wildlife)
Hamer, Thomas E; Seim, Sharon G; Dixon, Kenneth R (creator)
DENSITY; DIET; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HOME RANGE; NESTING HABITAT; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA
1989
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0151: Spotted Owl Monitoring: Medford Segment Annual Report. draft ed. (Annual report supplement Number PNW 86-390 to Master Memorandum of Understanding No. PNW 80-87). 26 pages. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles; Wagner, Frank (creator)
A close association between old-growth forest and the Northern Spotted Owl has been widely reported. Population levels of the owl are thought to be declining with the cummulative reduction of unreserved old-growth forest, and the owl is currently proposed for Federal listing as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.3 copies on file, also included is an ammended version of the report. Letter regarding this report is item #222 in filesBANDING STUDY; DEMOGRAPHY; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; MEDFORD DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; OCWRU; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE RATE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0152: Demographic Characteristics of Spotted Owls on the Roseburg District of the Bureau of Land Managementf, Oregon: 1985-1989. (record #19433). 10 pages. (Roseburg BLM)
Forsman, Eric D; Casler, B; Reid, Janice A; et al. (creator)
this report part of a packet faxed to Barry Mulder by Eric Forsman on 22 December, 1989BANDING STUDY; DEMOGRAPHY; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; ROSEBURG BLM; ROSEBURG DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY
1989
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0153: Demographic Characteristics of Spotted owls on the Roseburg District of the Bureau of Land Management, Oregon. (record #19433). 11 pages. (Roseburg BLM)
Forsman, Eric D; Witt, Joe; Lint, Joseph B (creator)
part of a packet sent to Barry Mulder on 22 December, 1989. Also appears to be an ammended version of #152 in the filesBANDING STUDY; DEMOGRAPHY; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; ROSEBURG BLM; ROSEBURG DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY
1989
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0154: Letter to Barry Mulder. 1989.
Forsman, Eric D (creator)
letter preface to information sent to Barry Mulder regarding demographic studies on the Olympic peninsula and on Roseburg BLM lands#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0155: Demographic Characteristics of Spotted owls on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. (record #19433). 10 pages. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Forsman, Eric D et al. (creator)
report part of packet sent to Barry Mulder on 20 December, 1989AGE STRUCTURE; BANDING STUDY; DEMOGRAPHY; OLYMPIC DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY
1989
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0156: A Preliminary Presentation of data from a Radiotelemetry study of Spotted Owl Ecology on the Olypic Peninsula of Washington, 1987-1989. (record #19433). 4 pages. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Forsman, Eric D (creator)
We report proportional use of habitat-types based on all of the precise radio-locations (triangulation polygon 2 hectares) , but there are redundant (non-independent) data in these samples.report part of packet sent to Barry Mulder on 20 December, 1989HABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0157: Matrix of Individual owls banded on teh Roseburg Distric BLM, Oregon 1983-1989. 1989 ascii file. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Forsman, Eric D (creator)
file part of packet of information sent to Barry Mulder on 20 December, 1989BANDING STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0158: Spotted Owl Home Range and Habitat Use in Southern Oregon Coast Ranges. Journal of Wildlife Management 54 (1), 11-17. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Carey, Andrew; Reid, Janice A; Horton, Scott P (creator)
We radiotracked 9 adult spotted owls (Strix occidentalis caurina) in the southern Oregon Coast Ranges for 6-12 months. Owls selected home ranges that emphasized old-growth within the landscape.COAST RANGE; FORAGING HABITAT; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; OREGON; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; ROOST PREFERENCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0159: Habitat Quality, Interaction, and Movements of Spotted Owls. The Condor. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Carey, Andrew (creator)
Home range size, home range overlap, density, incidence of subadults as members of established pairs, the interactions among adult residents and transient subadults, movements of nomadic adults and subadults, foraging behavior, and prey selection were studied in five populations of Spotted Owls.in review for publication in the Condor. 2 copies on fileINCOMPLETE; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; DENSITY; DISPERSAL; FORAGING BEHAVIOR; GOOD NSO PAPER; HOME RANGE; OWL MOVEMENTS; PREY SELECTION; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0160: Oregon HCA's. Exhibit 4-1991.
Anon. (creator)
listing of habitat conservation areas (HCA's) and nearest neighbor distancesHABITAT CONSERVATION AREAS (HCA'S) ; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1991
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0161: Spotted Owl Habitat: Influence of Biotic Region and Landscape Character. (rough draft). 20 pages. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Carey, Andrew; Horton, Scott P (creator)
2 copies on fileHABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY; OREGON; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0162: Temporal Variation in spotted owl Ranges. Chap. 1. In: (: ), 1. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Peeler, KC et al. (creator)
part of packet containing summaries of various studiesCOAST RANGE; HOME RANGE; OREGON; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; TEMPORAL VARIATION
1990
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0163: Roosting Habits of the Spotted Owl in the Oregon Coast Ranges. Chap. 2. In: (: ), 2. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Foster, Chris C; Burns, Joseph A; Carey, Andrew (creator)
part of packet containing summaries of various studies done by Pacific Northwest Research Station.COAST RANGE; OREGON; ROOST PREFERENCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0164: Comparison of Small Mammal Abundance in Climax and Young Forests of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Chap. 3. In: (: ), 3. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Biswell, Brian L; Boulanger, JG; Carey, Andrew (creator)
part of packet containing summaries of various studies done by Pacific Northwest Research StationOLYMPIC NF; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SMALL MAMMAL DENSITIES
1990
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0165: Flying Squirrel Abundance in Young and Old-Growth forests of the Pacific Northwest. Chap. 4. In: (: ), 4. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Biswell, Brian L; Carey, Andrew (creator)
part of packet containing summaries of various studies done by Pacific Northwest Research StationINCOMPLETE; GLAUCOMYS SABRINUS; NORTHERN FLYING SQUIRREL; PACIFIC NORTHWEST; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0166: Mathematical Demography of Spotted Owls in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Wildlife Management. (Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station & Humboldt State University)
Noon, Barry R; Biles, Charles M (creator)
We examined the mathematical demography of Northern Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis caurina) using simple deterministic population models.in press for publication in the Journal of Wildlife ManagementINCOMPLETE; CONSERVATION BIOLOGY; DEMOGRAPHY; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; PACIFIC NORTHWEST; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0168: Distribution, Density, and Age Structure of Spotted Owls on Two Southern California Habitat Islands. The Condor 92, 491-495. (Humboldt State University)
Gutiérrez, Ralph J; Pritchard, John (creator)
We estimated the distribution and density of California Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis occidentalis occurring on Mt. San Jacinto during 1988 and 1989 and on Palomar Mountain during 1988, southern California.AGE STRUCTURE; DENSITY; DISTRIBUTION; FECUNDITY; INSULAR ECOLOGY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STRIX OCCIDENTALIS OCCIDENTALIS
1992
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0169: Information on Spotted Owls in the Eugene-Springfield Vicinity, Oregon. 1990 summary chart. (US Forest Service, National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) , and Bureau of Land Management)
Anon. (creator)
summary of spotted owl populations in habitat conservation areas (HCA's) located near Eugene-SpringfieldHABITAT CONSERVATION AREAS (HCA'S) ; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0170: Population Ecology of the Northern Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis caurina in Northwest California: preliminary results. (draft manuscript dated January 1990). 35 pages. (Humboldt State University)
Blakesley, Jennifer A; Franklin, Alan B; Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
AGE STRUCTURE; CALIFORNIA; DEMOGRAPHY; DENSITY; MATE FIDELITY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY; SURVIVORSHIP
1990
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0171: Estimating Spotted Owl Abundance Using Search Time and Regression. (draft manuscript). 25 pages. (Humboldt State University)
Ward, JP; Franklin, Alan B; Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
DENSITY; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; LESLIE REGRESSION MODEL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1990
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0173: A Study of Spotted Owl Home-Range Size and Composition in the Sierra National Forest. (Annual Progress report for 1989). 7 pages. (Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station)
Neal, Donald L; Verner, Jared; Steger, George N; Eberlein, Gary P (creator)
This report summarizes the key activities and results of field studies of Spotted Owls in the Sierra and Sequoia National Forests during 1989.CALIFORNIA; DIET; ELEVATION; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT STRUCTURE; HOME RANGE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0174: Letter to Spotted Owl listing review team. dated 24 January, 1990. (Colorado State University)
Anderson, David R (creator)
letter is regarding bird banding laboratory records on the Spotted OwlBIRD BANDING LABORATORY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0175: Letter to Spotted Owl Listing Review Team. 26 January, 1990. (Colorado State University)
Anderson, David R (creator)
letter regarding mortality of radioed adult Spotted Owls as a function of "fragmentation" or "disturbance"ECOLOGICAL MODELS; FRAGMENTATION; MORTALITY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0176: Letter to Dr. Francis Cook of the National Museum of Natural Sciences. 31 January, 1990. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Forsman, Eric D (creator)
requesting consideration for publication in the Canadian Field Naturalist#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0177: Status of the Spotted OwlStrix occidentalis caurina and Barred OwlStrix varia in southwestern British Columbia. (report submitted for publication in the Canadian Field Naturalist). 14 pages. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Forsman, Eric D; Dunbar, David L; Booth, Barry P; Hetherington, Ann E (creator)
Calling surveys were used to assess the relative abundance and distribution of Spotted and Barred owls in southwestern British Columbia from 1985 to 1988.BRITISH COLUMBIA; DISTRIBUTION; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; STRIX VARIA
1990
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0178: Summary of the Effects of radio tags on Spotted Owls. 2 February, 1990.
Anon. (creator)
re:survival and reproductive rates of radio-tagged owls versus non radio-tagged owls.RADIO TRANSMITTERS; REPRODUCTIVE RATE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SURVIVORSHIP
1990
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0179: Letter to Eric Forsman and E. C. Meslow. 31 January, 1990. (Redwood Sciences Laboratory)
Paton, Peter W (creator)
re:effects of radio transmitters on Spotted OwlsRADIO TRANSMITTERS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SURVIVORSHIP
1990
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0180: Letter to Dr. Jared Verner. 26 January, 1990. (Committee on Use of Wild Birds in Research)
Oring, Lewis W (creator)
re:use of radio transmitters to monitor Spotted Owls and potential hazards of radio useRADIO TRANSMITTERS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SURVIVORSHIP
1990
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0181: Letter to Spotted Owl Listing Team. 8 February, 1990.
Franzeb, Kathleen (creator)
re:Meeting of Spotted Owl Listing Team during the 2nd week in February#SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
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0182: Letter to Kay Franzeb and Robert Smith. 18 February, 1990.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:E. C. Meslow's role in the Thomas effortINTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0183: Spotted Owl Habitat Use/Habitat Available Analysis-Landscape Approach.. 5 pages. (Redwood Sciences Laboratory)
Paton, Peter W; Bingham, Bruce (creator)
The results of a landscape approach to analyzing telemetry and habitat data from the Mad River and Ukonom study areas for 1987-1989 are presented in the following three tables.2 copies on fileHABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT STRUCTURE; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0184: Memo. 9 March, 1990. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
re:Effects of radio-telemetry on Spotted OwlsRADIO TRANSMITTERS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0185: Influence of Habitat Fragmentation on Spotted Owl Site Selection, Site Occupancy, and Reproductive Status in Western Oregon. (Progress report as a follow-up to December Progress report (#142 in files) ). 87 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) , UW-NPS Research Center)
Meyer, Joseph S; Irwin, Larry L; Boyce, Mark S (creator)
BLM; FRAGMENTATION; HABITAT SELECTION; OREGON; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0186: Update of analysis of the influence of habitat fragmentation on spotted owl site selection in western Oregon.. 18 pages.
Meyer, Joseph S (creator)
report presented as a memorandum dated 29 April, 1990 from Joseph Meyer to Mark Boyce, Larry Irwin, Chuck Meslow and Eric ForsmanINCOMPLETE; BLM; DENSITY; FRAGMENTATION; HABITAT SELECTION; NEAREST NEIGHBOR DISTANCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0187: A Spatially Explicit Life-History Simulator for the Northern Spotted Owl. (preliminary report). 22 pages. (Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station)
McKelvey, Kevin (creator)
An explicit spatial model was created to simulate the impact of forest management on populations of the Northern Spotted Owl.DEMOGRAPHY; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; OWL MOVEMENTS; POPULATION DYNAMICS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1991
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0188: Letter to Barry Mulder. 18 May, 1990. (Wildlife Habitat Relationships Coordinator, USDA-FS:Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Holthausen, Richard (creator)
re:preface to proposed Forest Service response to Congressman Bob Smith#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0189: Trends in Amount of Old-Growth Forest for the last 100 years in Western Oregon and Washington.. 6 pages. (USDA-FS:Olympic National Forest)
Henderson, Jan A (creator)
AMOUNT OF SUITABLE HABITAT; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0190: Letter to F. Dale Robertson. 28 September, 1989. (US House of Representatives)
Smith, Robert F (creator)
Letter is a request for an overview of the Spotted Owl situation including:trends in suitable Spotted Owl habitat during the last 1000 years, what types of management schemes are being implemented, and a detailed description of management in SOHA regions.#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0191: Memo in reply to request from Congressman Bob Smith. 31 October, 1989. (Deputy Regional Forester:USDA-FS)
Lowe, John E (creator)
request for graphic model which would provide an historical perspecitve of suitable owl habitat on west-side forests for 500 years#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0192: Letter to contributors to report on Spotted Owls. 29 May, 1990.
Bart, Jonathan (creator)
re:explanation of report prepared by Jon Bart and Eric Forsman entitled "Surveys of Northern Spotted Owls on Public Lands#SCIENTIFIC REPORT; USFWS SPOTTED OWL REVIEW TEAM
1990
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0195: Spotted Owl Inventory-Olympic National Park. (Unpublished Progress report: March-May 1990). 13 pages. (Olympic National Park)
Fredrickson, Richard J; English, A; Moorhead, Bruce B (creator)
NATIONAL PARKS; OLYMPIC NF; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1990
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0196: Spotted Owl report. rough draft ed. 4 vols. (rough draft of USFWS report on Spotted Owl). 50 pages. (OCWRU)
Anon. (creator)
copy of draft faxed on 18 July, 1991 to Barry Mulder from E. C. Meslow (complete with commments) composed of four separate chapters: 1) Background-Ecological considerations 2) Critical Habitat:Definition 3) Critical Habitat:Differences from previous proposal 4) Available Conservation Measures: Section 7 ConsultationINCOMPLETE; CONSERVATION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
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0197: Meslow's comments on Forest Service outline. 18 July, 1991. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
comments on outline of Forest Service obligations under the Endangered Species ActCOMMENTS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; US FOREST SERVICE
1991
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0198: Developing a Large-Scale Model for Mexican Spotted Owl Habitat. In: Symposium on Managing Wildlife in the southwest. (Eds: Krausman, PR; Smith, NS) Arizona Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Phoenix, 182-189. (Northern Arizona University)
Ganey, Joseph L; Alderson, Matthew E; Balda, Russell P; Patton, David R (creator)
We used a GIS and existing data to develop a large-scale predictive model for suitable Mexican spotted owl Strix occidentalis lucida habitat in northern Arizona.ARIZONA; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SUITABLE HABITAT
1990
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0199: Comments of M. Gilpin's review of "A Conservation Strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl". 6 August, 1990.
Anon. (creator)
comments by anonymous source, appears to be a US Forest Service document. M. Gilpin was a reviewer selected by the Society of Conservation Biologists#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0200: Letter to E. C. Meslow. 5 September, 1990. (Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife)
O'Neil, Thomas (creator)
re:request to review the ODFW species account for the Spotted Owl#SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC DATABASE
1990
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0201: Master species file-Northern Spotted Owl. (Species id # OR043690). (Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife)
Anon. (creator)
A species account of the Northern Spotted Owl listing facts about the biology and ecology of the owlBIOLOGY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC ECOLOGY
1990
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0202: Letter to Charles Thomas. 26 October, 1990. (OCWRU)
Thrailkill, James (creator)
re:enclosed draft copy of annual report entitled"Demographic Characteristics of Spotted Owls on the Eugene BLM District, central Coast Ranges, Oregon"#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0203: Demographic Characteristics of Spotted Owls on the Eugene BLM District, Central Coast Ranges, Oregon. (Supplement No. PNW 87-536 Master Memorandum of Understanding No. PNW 80-87). 11 pages. (OCWRU, Eugene District Bureau of Land Management)
Thrailkill, James A; Meslow, E Charles (creator)
BANDING STUDY; COAST RANGE; DEMOGRAPHY; DENSITY; EUGENE BLM; EUGENE DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; OCWRU; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1990
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0204: The Multi-resource strategy for conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl-A critique of the First Revision draft of the Spotted Owl Subgroup. 15 December, 1991. (Department of Zoology-University of Tennessee)
Pimm, Stuart L (creator)
critique of report, "The Multi-resource strategy", a rival plant to the plan proposed by the ISC Thomas Plan.COMMENTS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; THOMAS PLAN
1991
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0205: Chart Summary of Telemetry data/Home Range Size. 1988-1999. (OCWRU)
Anon. (creator)
summary of telemetry data from demographic studiesEUGENE DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; GOOD NSO PAPER; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; MEDFORD DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0206: Density of Northern Spotted Owls in Northwest California. Journal of Wildlife Management 54 (1), 5-32. (Humboldt State University)
Franklin, Alan B; Ward, JP; Gutiérrez, Ralph J; Gould, Gordon I (creator)
We estimated densities of Northern Spotted Owls Strix occidentalis caurina over 4 years using intensive surveys of marked individuals on a 292 km study area in northwest California.BANDING STUDY; CALIFORNIA; DENSITY; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; JOLLY-SEBER; MARK-RECAPTURE ESTIMATES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
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0207: Management and Conservation of Old-Growth Forests in the United States. Wildlife Society Bulletin 16 (3), 252-262.
Thomas, Jack Ward; Ruggiero, Leonard F; Mannan, William R; et al. (creator)
MANAGEMENT; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; OLD GROWTH COMMUNITY; PACIFIC NORTHWEST; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; TIMBER HARVEST
1988
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0208: A Survey of Spotted Owls In Young Forests in the Northern Coast Range of Oregon. The Murrelet 69, 65-68.
Forsman, Eric D (creator)
COAST RANGE; OCWRU; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1988
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0209: Patterns of distribution and abundance of small mammals in old-growth and second-growth Douglas-fir stands in the Oregon Cascades. (Quarterly Research Report). 5 pages. (OCWRU)
Anthony, Robert G; Rosenberg, Daniel K (creator)
INCOMPLETE; GLAUCOMYS SABRINUS; MAMMAL TRAPPING; NORTHERN FLYING SQUIRREL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SMALL MAMMAL DENSITIES
1989
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0210: Number of deer mice captured in 10 Douglas-fir stands, Spring 1988 and 1989, Willamette National Forest, Oregon. 1989.
Anon. (creator)
charts of small mammal captures in the Willamette NFCLETHRIONOMYS CALIFORNICUS; DEER MOUSE; GOOD NSO PAPER; MAMMAL TRAPPING; PEROMYSCUS; RED-BACKED VOLE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SMALL MAMMAL DENSITIES; SOREX SPP; TOWNSEND'S CHIPMUNK
1988
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0211: Home Range Size and Habitat Utilization of Northern Spotted Owls in the Wolf Creek Study Area, Eugene BLM District, Oregon. (draft edition). 19 pages. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles; Thrailkill, James A (creator)
Radio-transmitters were placed on 5 individual Northern Spotted Owls Strix occidentalis caurina and monitored for a minimum of 2 years in the Eugene District of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) , Coast Ranges of western Oregon.BANDING STUDY; COAST RANGE; DEMOGRAPHY; EUGENE BLM; EUGENE DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; GOOD NSO PAPER; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; OCWRU; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1990
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0212: Home Range Size and Habitat Utilization of Northern Spotted Owls in the Wolf Creek Study Area, Eugene BLM District, Oregon. (Progress report covering 1 June, 1987-1 September, 1989). 13 pages. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles; Thrailkill, James A (creator)
Several studies have documented that spotted owlsStrix occidentalis caurina have relatively large home ranges.2 copies on fileBANDING STUDY; DEMOGRAPHY; EUGENE BLM; EUGENE DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; GOOD NSO PAPER; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; OCWRU; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
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0213: Fianl Progress Report-1989 Update Spotted Owl Database-Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife. January, 1990. (Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife)
Weekly, Faye (creator)
Database of Spotted Owl locations on Oregon National Forest LandsGOOD NSO PAPER; OREGON; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC DATABASE; STOC MONITORING
1990
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0214: Fragmented Oregon Forests and Spotted Owls. Research Information Bulletin, August, 1989. (USDI-US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Anon. (creator)
document not available for citationFRAGMENTATION; GOOD NSO PAPER; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0215: Fax to regional foresters. 5 October, 1989. (USDA-FS)
Robertson, F Dale (creator)
re:The appointment of an Interagency Scientific Committee to develop a conservation strategy for the Spotted Owl.GOOD NSO PAPER; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
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0216: Ecological Dependency: The Concept and ITS Implications for Research and Management. In: Transactions of the 53rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. (Ed: Edwards, William R) Wildlife Management Institute, Washington D. C., 115-126.
Holthausen, Richard; Ruggiero, Leonard F; Marcot, Bruce G; et al. (creator)
BIODIVERSITY; ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; GOOD NSO PAPER; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; INDICATOR SPECIES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1988
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0217: Letter to Barry Mulder. 14 December, 1989. (OCWRU)
Thrailkill, James A (creator)
re:Northern Spotted Owl Status Review Supplement, preface to item #212 in filesEUGENE DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0218: Diets of Breeding and Nonbreeding California Spotted Owls.. 8 pages.
Thrailkill, James A; Bias, Michael A (creator)
sent to Barry Mulder in answer to request for materialCALIFORNIA; DIET; GOOD NSO PAPER; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STRIX OCCIDENTALIS OCCIDENTALIS
1989
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0219: Notes on various portions of Northern Spotted Owl Range in US. 1989 notes. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
fugures scribbled on college ruled paperGOOD NSO PAPER; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0220: The Ecology of Spotted Owls on the Willamette National Forest. (supplement to 1989 Annual Report (Spotted Owl Demography and Habitat Use Segments) No. PNW 87-406 to Master Memorandum of Understanding No. PNW 80-87). 16 pages. (OCWRU)
Miller, Gary S; Meslow, E Charles (creator)
1989 annual report unaccounted for. This report provides only minimal interpretation of the home range, habitat use, and demography data for the spotted owl study in the central Cascades of western Oregon.DEMOGRAPHY; FORAGING HABITAT; GOOD NSO PAPER; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT SELECTION; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; HOME RANGE; ROOST PREFERENCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
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0221: Comments to Spotted Owl Listing Coordinator. 19 December, 1989. (OCWRU)
Miller, Gary S (creator)
re:1989 status Review SupplementCOMMENTS; GOOD NSO PAPER; OCWRU; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
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0222: Letter to Spotted Owl Listing Coordinator. 20 December, 1989. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
re:preface to 1989 annual report of the Medford demographic studyGOOD NSO PAPER; MEDFORD DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
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0223: Examination of Home Range Size and Habitat Use of the Spotted Owl in the Klamath Province. (Progress report 22 January, 1990). 15 pages. (Redwood Sciences Laboratory)
Paton, Peter W; Bingham, Bruce; et al. (creator)
CALIFORNIA; DIET; GOOD NSO PAPER; HABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; NEAREST NEIGHBOR DISTANCE; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOHAS
1989
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0224: Forest Fragmentation Near Spotted Owl Nests. Journal of Wildlife Management. (Department of Forest Resources-Oregon State University)
Ripple, William J et al. (creator)
very preliminary draft submitted to j. wildl. manage. 25, February, 1990INCOMPLETE; FRAGMENTATION; GOOD NSO PAPER; HABITAT COMPOSITION; OREGON; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
0225: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 19 March, 1990. (Roseburg District BLM)
Bown, Robin (creator)
re:Replacement spotted owls on the Roseburg BLM districtGOOD NSO PAPER; ROSEBURG BLM; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; TURNOVER
1990
Box
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0226: Mexican Spotted Owl. In: Southwest Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop. (: ) Southwest Raptor Management, 145-150. (Northern Arizona University)
Ganey, Joseph L; Johnson, Jennifer A; Balda, Russell P; Skaggs, Roger W (creator)
The Mexican spotted owl, one of three subspecies of spotted owls, currently has no legal protection but is a candidate for listing under tge Endangered Species Act.DIET; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; LISTING STATUS; MANAGEMENT; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1985
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0227: The Status of the Spotted Owl in Northern New Mexico. (New Mexico contract #516. 6-6-73-03). 39 pages. (Yomi Enterprises, Los Alamos, New Mexico)
Johnson, Jennifer A; Johnson, Terrell H (creator)
DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT SELECTION; MANAGEMENT; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; PREY SELECTION; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1985
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0228: Status of the Spotted Owl in Southern New Mexico: 1900-1987. (New Mexico Dept. of Game and Fish contract no. 519-75-02). 12 pages.
Skaggs, Roger W (creator)
DENSITY; DIET; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT SELECTION; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1988
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0229: Timber Type Model of Spotted Owl Habitat in Northern New Mexico. (New Mexico Dept. of Game and Fish contract no. 516. 6-75-18). 23 pages. (Yomi enterprises)
Johnson, Jennifer A; Johnson, Terrell H (creator)
HABITAT VARIABLES; MANAGEMENT; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SUITABLE HABITAT
1988
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0230: A Spotted Owl Inventory on the Lincoln National Forest Sacramento Division: 1988. (New Mexico Department of Game and Fish contract #5-516. 6-76-17). 12 pages. (New Mexico State University)
Skaggs, Roger W; Raitt, Ralph J (creator)
DENSITY; DISTRIBUTION; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; ROOST PREFERENCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1988
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0231: Distribution and Habitat Use of Spotted Owls in Arizona: a preliminary study. (contract no. 0140). 138 pages. (Arizona Game and Fish Department)
Ganey, Joseph L; Balda, Russell P (creator)
BUBO VIRGINIANUS; DIET; DISTRIBUTION; ECOLOGY; GREAT-HORNED OWL; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE RATE; ROOST PREFERENCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; VOCALIZATIONS
1988
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0232: Distribution and Habitat Use of Mexican Spotted Owls in Arizona. The Condor 91, 355-361. (The Cooper Ornithological Society)
Ganey, Joseph L; Balda, Russell P (creator)
Distribution and habitat use of Mexican Spotted Owls Strix occidentalis lucida were studied from 1984-1988. Owls were widely but patchily distributed throughout the state except for the arid southwestern portion.ARIZONA; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT SELECTION; MANAGEMENT; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; NEAREST NEIGHBOR DISTANCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1989
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0234: Habitats Used, Abundance and Distribution of the Mexican Spotted OwlStrix occidentalis lucida on National forest system lands.. 56 pages. (USDA-FS Southwestern region)
Fletcher, Keith W (creator)
LAND OWNERSHIP; MANAGEMENT; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; NESTING HABITAT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; SUITABLE HABITAT; TIMBER HARVEST
1990
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0236: Final Report: Home Range and Habitat Use Characteristics of the Mexican Spotted Owl in the Southern Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico. (USFS reimbursable agreement 14-16-0009-89-1885; Cooperative Agreement 14-16-0009-1572 R. W. O. no. 2). 87 pages. (New Mexico cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit in cooperation with US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Kroel, Ken; Zwank, Phillip J (creator)
The Mexican spotted owl was recently proposed for listing as a threatened species by the US Fish & Wildlife Service. Destruction and fragmentation of habitat are thought to be the main reasons for the scarcity of the species.HABITAT COMPOSITION; HOME RANGE; NESTING HABITAT; NEW MEXICO; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; ROOST PREFERENCE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1991
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0237: Letter to Keith Fletcher. 12 August, 1992. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
re:Mexican Spotted Owl Conservation StrategyCOMMENTS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1992
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0238: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 13 July, 1992. (USDA-FS:southwestern region)
Fletcher, Keith W (creator)
re:requesting comments on draft of the conservation strategy for the Mexican Spotted OwlMEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1992
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0239: Conservation Strategy for the Mexican Spotted Owl, Draft version.. 53 pages. (USDA-FS, Southwestern region)
Fletcher, Keith W et al. (creator)
ARIZONA; COLORADO; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; MANAGEMENT; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; NEW MEXICO; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; UTAH
1992
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0240: Endangered and Treatened Wildlife and Plants; Proposed Rule to list the Mexican Spotted Owl as Threatened. 4 November, 1991. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Anon. (creator)
US Fish & Wildlife Service proposes to list the Mexican spotted owl as a threatened species under the authority contained in the Endangered Species Act of 1973 as ammended.ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; THREATENED SPECIES
1991
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0277: Planning and Managing for the Spotted Owl in the National Forests, Pacific Southwest region. Chap. 1. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 2-4. (Pacific Southwest region USDA-FS)
Carrier, Dean W (creator)
The spotted owl has been listed as a sensitive species by the Pacific Southwest Region USDA Forest Service. Past and present studies and surveys have led to the development of a region-wide network of owl territories to comply with the maintenance of viable populations as required by the National Forest Management act. 2 copies on fileMANAGEMENT; PACIFIC SOUTHWEST; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; US FOREST SERVICE
1984
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0278: History and Current Status of Spotted OwlStrix occidentalis Habitat Managment in the Pacific Northwest Region, USDA, Forest Service. Chap. 2. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 5-9. (USDA-FS, Pacific northwest region)
Lee, Phillip L (creator)
HISTORICAL INFORMATION; MANAGEMENT; PACIFIC NORTHWEST; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; US FOREST SERVICE
1984
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0279: Implementing a Spotted Owl Management Plan: The Gifford Pinchot National Forest Experience. Chap. 3. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 11-13. (USDA-FS; Gifford Pinchot)
Ruediger, William (creator)
GIFFORD PINCHOT; MANAGEMENT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; US FOREST SERVICE
1984
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0280: Olympic National Forest Spotted Owl Habitat Management: Translating Evolving Management Guidelines into Actions. Chap. 4. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 14-20. (Department of Game, Olympia, Washington)
Beckstead, Maureen A (creator)
HISTORICAL INFORMATION; OLYMPIC NF; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1984
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0281: Management of Spotted Owl by the California Department of Fish and Game. Chap. 5. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 21-26. (California Department of Fish and Game)
Gould, Gordon I (creator)
CALIFORNIA; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; MANAGEMENT; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1984
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0282: Status of Spotted Owl Management in Oregon as Perceived by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Chap. 6. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 27-30. (Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife)
Carleson, Richard D; Haight, William I (creator)
BLM; MANAGEMENT; OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE; PRIVATE LAND; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOMP-SPOTTED OWL MANAGEMENT PLAN; THE SIKES ACT; US FOREST SERVICE
1984
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0283: Managing Northern Spotted Owls in Washington: The Position of the Washington Department of Game. Chap. 7. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 31-33. (Washington Department of Game)
Juelson, Tom (creator)
MANAGEMENT; OLYMPIC NF; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF GAME; WASHINGTON STATE
1984
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0284: Spotted Owl Management: Meeting NFMA Requirements through Monitoring. Chap. 8. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 34-38. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Carey, Andrew; Ruggiero, Leonard F (creator)
MANAGEMENT; NATIONAL FOREST MANAGEMENT ACT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOMAS; STOC MONITORING
1984
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0285: An Overview of Recent Research on the Spotted Owl. Chap. 9. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 39-49. (Humboldt State University)
Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
DENSITY; DIET; DISPERSAL; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; MOLT; NESTING BEHAVIOR; PREDATION; PREY SELECTION; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SEXUAL CHARACTERISTICS; SURVIVORSHIP; THERMOREGULATION; VOCALIZATIONS
1984
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0286: Breeding Success Relative to Fluctuations in diet for Spotted Owls in California. Chap. 10. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 50-54. (The Nature Conservancy)
Barrows, Cameron (creator)
DIET; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1984
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0287: A Review of Current Northern Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis caurina Research in Washington State. Chap. 11. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 55-57. (Washington Department of Game, Olympia)
Allen, Harriet L; Brewer, Larry W (creator)
HABITAT SELECTION; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOMAS; STOC MONITORING; WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF GAME; WASHINGTON STATE
1984
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0288: Old-Growth Forest Retention for Spotted Owls-How Much do They Need? Chap. 12. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 58-59. (OCWRU)
Forsman, Eric D; Meslow, E Charles (creator)
HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1984
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0289: Juvenile Spotted Owl Dispersal in Northwestern California: Preliminary Results. Chap. 13. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest;June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 60-65.
Gutiérrez, Ralph J; Franklin, Alan B; LaHaye, W; et al. (creator)
CALIFORNIA; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; JUVENILE MORTALITY; MANAGEMENT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1984
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0290: General Habitats and Movements of Spotted Owls in the Sierra Nevada. Chap. 14. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest; June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 66-68. (University of California, Berkeley)
Laymon, Stephen A (creator)
This paper reports a summary of a 3-year research project on the California spotted owl in the central Sierra Nevada of California. Owls with radio transmitters were tracked and vegetation parameters were measured on summer, autumn, and winter roosting plots and on randomly located plots within the owl's home range.CALIFORNIA; DIET; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING; STRIX OCCIDENTALIS OCCIDENTALIS
1984
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0291: Dispersal Data for Juvenile Spotted Owls: The Problem of Small Sample Size. Chap. 15. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest; June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 69-73. (OCWRU)
Miller, Gary S; Meslow, E Charles (creator)
Collection and interpretation of dispersal data for juvenile northern Spotted OwlsStrix occidentalis caurina, based on preliminary information from Oregon, are discussed.COAST RANGE; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; JUVENILE MORTALITY; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1984
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0292: The Demography and Population Genetics of Owls, with Special Reference to the Conservation of the Spotted Owl. Chap. 16. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest; June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 74-84. (American Museum of Natural History)
Barrowclough, George; Coats, Sadie L (creator)
Data are summarized on the density, dispersal, demography, and genetic structure of several species of owls.AGE STRUCTURE; BARN OWL; BUBO BUBO; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; EASTERN SCREECH OWL; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; FECUNDITY; GENETIC VARIATION; GREAT-HORNED OWL; INSULAR ECOLOGY; OTUS ASIO; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STRIX ALUCO; SURVIVORSHIP; TAWNY OWL; TYTO ALBA
1984
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0293: The Metapopulation and Species Conservation: The Special Case of the Northern Spotted Owl. Chap. 17. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest; June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 86-99. (US Fish & Wildlife Service; Office of Migratory Bird Management')
Shaffer, Mark I (creator)
CONSERVATION BIOLOGY; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; EQUILIBRIUM POPULATION; EXTINCTION; INSULAR ECOLOGY; LEVINS' MODEL; MANAGEMENT; POPULATION DYNAMICS; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SPATIAL STRUCTURE; STOCHASTICITY
1984
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0294: A Summary of the Scientific Basis for Spotted Owl Management. Chap. 18. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest; June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 100-114. (USDA-Forest Service; Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Carey, Andrew (creator)
summary of all the reports at the symposiumDENSITY; DISTRIBUTION; MANAGEMENT; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1984
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0295: Information and Research Needs for Spotted Owl Management. Chap. 18. In: Ecology and Management of the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest; June 19-23, 1984; Arcata, California. (Eds: Gutierrez, Ralph J; Carey, Andrew) USDA-Forest Service, Portland, 115-118. (Humboldt State University)
Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
The information and research needs for spotted owl management are presented. Research and information are needed on: 1) population dynamics 2) major prey ecology 3) habitat requirements 4) juvenile dispersal 5) effects of habitat modification on owls 6) inventory and monitoring 7) owl geneticsMANAGEMENT; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1984
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0296: Spotted Owl Occupancy and Habitat Use In Intermediate-Aged Forests, Western Oregon-1991 Progress report. (Draft of 1991 Progress report). 44 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) )
Miller, Gregory P; Rock, Dennis F; Irwin, Larry L; Wallace, Theresa D (creator)
Surveys and evaluations of home ranges and habitat use of Northern Spotted Owl, Strix occidentalis caurina were conducted beginning in 1987 in a mosaic of forests that primarily are 60-80 years of age and contained less than 10% older forests (=80 yrs. old) .2 drafts of report on fileHABITAT COMPOSITION; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; NCASI; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1992
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0297: Letter to Eric Forsman, Charles Meslow, Keith Swindle, et al. 6 January, 1992. (Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife)
Johnson, David H (creator)
re:Dispersal data for Northern Spotted Owl in OregonDISPERSAL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1992
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0298: Letter to Eric Forsman, EC Meslow, et al. 2 January, 1992. (Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife)
Johnson, David H (creator)
re:summary of mortality causes on radio-tagged Northern Spotted OwlsMORTALITY; RADIO TRANSMITTERS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1992
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0299: Letter to Jon, Tom and Chuck. notes.
David (creator)
re:senescence, several pages of scribbled notes and graphs with a request for commentsFECUNDITY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SENESCENCE
1991
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0300: Information for Jeff Grenier entitled: Summary of Stand-Level Information for Owl Habitat on Wenatchee National Forest. 16 July, 1991. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Benson, Gary L (creator)
re: results of habitat studies in WashingtonNESTING HABITAT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; WASHINGTON STATE
1991
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0301: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 27 November, 1991. (National Marine Fisheries Service)
Taylor, Barbara L (creator)
asking for comments on two papers#SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1991
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0302: The Uses of Statistical Power in Conservation Biology: the Vaquita and Northern Spotted Owl. Cons. Biol. 000 (00), 00-00. (University of California-San Diego)
Taylor, Barbara L; Gerrodette, Tim (creator)
submitted to Conservation Biology, but not yet publishedCONSERVATION BIOLOGY; LANDE'S MODEL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STATISTICS; STOCHASTICITY
1991
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0303: Investigating species incidence over habitat fragments of different areas-a look at error estimation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 42, 177-191. (University of California-San Diego)
Taylor, Barbara L (creator)
The use of incidence functions and their error structure is explored as a means of interpreting patterns present in fragmented systems.BIOGEOGRAPHY; EXTINCTION; FRAGMENTATION; INCIDENCE FUNCTIONS; METAPOPULATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1991
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0304: Survival and Reproduction of Radio-Marked Adult Spotted Owls. Journal of Wildlife Management 56 (1), 91-95. (OCWRU)
Foster, Chris C; Forsman, Eric D; Meslow, E Charles; et al. (creator)
We compared survival, reproduction, and body mass of radio-marked and non-radio-marked spotted owls to determine if backpack radios influenced reproduction or survival.RADIO TRANSMITTERS; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SURVIVORSHIP
1992
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0305: Influence of Habitat Fragmentation on Spotted Owl Site Location, Site Occupancy, and Reproductive Status in Western Oregon. (Progress report 31 January, 1992). 156 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) and UW-NPS Research center)
Meyer, Joseph S; Irwin, Larry L; Boyce, Mark S (creator)
BLM; FRAGMENTATION; HABITAT VARIABLES; OREGON; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1992
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0306: Annual Report Fiscal Year 1992: Wildlife Habitat Relationships in Washington and Oregon. (annual report FY 1992). (Pacific Northwest Research Station; Ecosystem Processes Research Program and Wildlife Ecology team)
Jones, Janet (creator)
OREGON; RESEARCH PROJECTS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; WASHINGTON STATE
1992
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0307: Memo-Technical news from Spotted Owl RD&A Program. 28 May, 1991.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
re:projects in progress and recent meetingsRESEARCH PROJECTS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STOC MONITORING
1991
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0308: Supplementary information on the Northern Spotted Owl.. 22 pages.
Anon. (creator)
unknown source, unknown authorINCOMPLETE; BIOLOGY; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE
1990
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0309: Status and Trends of Coniferous Forest Habitats in the Western United States. Chap. 1. In: Proceedings of the Western Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop; October 26-28, 1987; Boise, Idaho. (Eds: Pendleton, Beth Giron; Ruibal, Cynthia E; Krahe, Diane L) National Wildlife Federation, Boise, 38-50. (Pacific Northwest Research Station)
Ohmann, Janet L (creator)
Coniferous forest, one of the most extensive vegetation types in the West, provides habitat for a variety of wildlife species.FOREST SUCCESSION; HABITAT CLASSIFICATION; LAND OWNERSHIP; LAND USE
1987
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0310: Western Habits-Session Summary. Chap. 2. In: Proceedings of the Western Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop; October 26-28, 1987; Boise, Idaho. (Eds: Pendleton, Beth Giron; Ruibal, Cynthia E; Krahe, Diane L) National Wildlife Federation, Boise, 51-60.
Titus, Kimberly; Fuller, Mark (creator)
HABITAT CLASSIFICATION; MANAGEMENT; RAPTORS
1987
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0311: Great Horned, Great Gray, Spotted and Barred Owls. In: Proceedings of the Western Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop; October 26-28, 1987; Boise, Idaho. (Eds: Pendleton, Beth Giron; Ruibal, Cynthia E; Krahe, Diane L) National Wildlife Federation, Boise, 118-123.
Forsman, Eric D; Bull, Evelyn L (creator)
BARRED OWL; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; GREAT GRAY OWL; GREAT-HORNED OWL; POPULATION ESTIMATES; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STRIX NEBULOSA; STRIX VARIA
1987
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0312: Medium-Sized Owls. In: Proceedings of the Western Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop; October 26-28, 1987; Boise, Idaho. (Eds: Pendleton, Beth Giron; Ruibal, Cynthia E; Krahe, Diane L) National Wildlife Federation, Boise, 124-133.
Marti, Carl D; Marks, Jeffrey S (creator)
ASIO OTUS; BARN OWL; BURROWING OWL; EASTERN SCREECH OWL; LONG-EARED OWL; MANAGEMENT; OTUS ASIO; POPULATION ESTIMATES; POPULATION TRENDS; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; SHORT-EARED OWL; TYTO ALBA; WESTERN SCREECH OWL
1987
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0313: Small Forest Owls. In: Proceedings of the Western Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop; October 26-28, 1987; Boise, Idaho. (Eds: Pendleton, Beth Giron; Ruibal, Cynthia E; Krahe, Diane L) National Wildlife Federation, Boise, 134-143.
Reynolds, Richard T; Ryder, Ronald A; Linkhart, Brian D (creator)
Regional populations of four species of small forest owls-boreal owl, northern saw-whet owl, flammuated owl and northern pygmy owl-are poorly knownAEGOLIUS ACADICUS; AEGOLIUS FUNEREUS; BOREAL OWL; CAVITY NESTERS; FLAMMULATED OWL; NORTHERN PYGMY OWL; OTUS FLAMMEOLUS; POPULATION TRENDS; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; SAW-WHET OWL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1987
8
0314: Monitoring Summary for Historic sites surveyed 1986-1989. BLM summary for 1989.
Anon. (creator)
unknown source, miscellaneous chartROSEBURG BLM; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
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0315: Banding summary-Central Oregon Cascades (1987-1989). 1989 chart. (OCWRU)
Anon. (creator)
BANDING STUDY; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
8
0316: State Regulatory Mechanisms for the Protection and Management of Spotted Owls in California.. 14 pages.
Gould, Gordon I (creator)
assortment of miscellaneous charts, maps and papers regarding management of the Spotted Owl in CaliforniaCALIFORNIA; MANAGEMENT; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
8
0317: News from current spotted owl research in California. 2 December, 1987.
Anon. (creator)
unknown sourceCALIFORNIA; DIET; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; PREY BASE; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1987
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0318: Preliminary information: R-5 1989 RD&A Field Season Draft: 10/14/89. Site summary.
Anon. (creator)
CALIFORNIA; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SOHAS; STOC MONITORING
1988
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1121: Viability Models for Spotted Owls: Reliability, Robustness, and Applications. (Draft Report). 21 pages. (University of Wyoming)
Boyce, Mark S (creator)
CONSERVATION BIOLOGY; DEMOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS; DENSITY DEPENDENCE; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; LANDE'S MODEL; LESLIE REGRESSION MODEL; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1989
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1122: Comments on the Use of time-specific and cohort life tables. (unpublished report). 15 pages.
Mankens, George E; Boyce, Mark S (creator)
DEMOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; STATISTICS
1989
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1132: Food Habits Northern Spotted Owls in High Elevation Forests of Pelican Butte, Southwestern Oregon. Northwestern Naturalist 72, 62-69.
Cutler, TL; Hays, DW (creator)
DIET; ELEVATION; FOOD HABITS; OREGON; PELLET; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT; SMALL MAMMALS
1991

Series II:  Reference Materials, 1984-1991Return to Top

0.15 cubic foot, (1 box)

Series II includes bibliographies and other reference materials on the spotted owl and other wildlife.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
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0319: References on Spotted Owl and Related Topics. 6 March, 1990.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
List of references on various owls, owl biology, habitat, and modelsREFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1990
8
0320: An Annotated Bilbliography of Literature on the Spotted Owl. Province of British Columbia, Victoria, BC. 115 pages.
Forsman, Eric D; Van der Raay, Brigitta M; Campbell, R Wayne (creator)
bibliography on the Spotted OwlREFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1984
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0321: Contact list for Observations of Banded Spotted Owls and of Demographic Study areas. 7 August, 1991.
Johnson, David H (creator)
contact list prepared by D. JohnsonREFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1991
8
0322: Natural and Prescribed Fire in Pacific Northwest Forests. 20 December, 1988.
Walstad, John D et al. (creator)
PRESCRIBED BURNING; REFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1988
8
0323: References.
Anon. (creator)
INCOMPLETE; REFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
8
0324: List of References cited in the Proposal to List the Northern Spotted Owl as a Threatened Species.
Anon. (creator)
list of references, source unknownREFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1988
8
0325: Index to the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC). 3 November, 1989.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
re:meeting on November 3, 1989.REFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
8
0326: Index to Administrative Record-Revised Finding on The Northern Spotted Owl Listing Petitions-1989. index.
Anon. (creator)
index on referencesREFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
8
0327: Table of Contents for FY-89 Spotted Owl Research Progress Reports and Recent Publications. 18 December, 1989.
USDA-FS (creator)
list of referencesREFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
8
0328: References on Spotted Owls, Related Species of Strix, and Ecology of Spotted Owl Predators and Prey: A Bibliography. 14 November, 1989.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
list of referencesREFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
8
0329: Index: Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) Documents. 1989.
Anon. (creator)
list of ISC documentsINTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; REFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989
8
0330: Literature Cited. 29 December, 1991.
Anon. (creator)
list of literature cited faxed from Portland Fifld Station-unknown sourceREFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1991
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0331: Attachment A-INDEX. attachment A.
Anon. (creator)
list of references-source unknownREFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1988
8
0332: Book Reviews. The Condor 91, 496-500.
Lawton, Marcy F (creator)
List/short summary of books relevant to the Spotted Owl and forest issues in the northwestREFERENCES; #SCIENTIFIC REPORT
1989

Series III:  Proposals, 1986-1991Return to Top

0.15 cubic foot, (1 box)

Series III consists of project proposals for graduate student theses (masters and doctoral) as well as studies funded by the government and private industry.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
8
0333: Genetic Monitoring of Spotted Owls: A Proposal. Research proposal. (American Museum of Natural History/Humboldt State University)
Barrowclough, George; Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
The proposal identifies the need to develop techniques and markers to document current genetic status and prepare for monitoring future changes. They propose to use a more senstive genetic assay that is capable of revealing variation not detectable by protein electrophoresis.GENETICS; HYBRIDIZATION; #PROPOSAL; SUBSPECIES
1989
8
0334: The effects of mature forest fragmentation on breeding bird communities in the central Oregon Coast Range. 1 September, 1991. (Oregon State University, Department of Forest Science)
McComb, William C; McGarigal, Kevin (creator)
The proposal seeks to examine how breeding bird communities respond to forest fragmentation caused by intensive timber management in the central Oregon Coast RangeFRAGMENTATION; #PROPOSAL; SONG BIRDS; SPATIAL STRUCTURE
1991
8
0335: Landscape and availability of spotted owl habitat and its influences on productivity of the owls. 29 October, 1990.
Forsman, Eric D; Witt, Joe (creator)
Proposes to determine what landscape attributes and/or if the availability of spotted owl habitat influences the productivity of the Northern Spotted Owl, Strix occidentalis caurina, in the Coast Range of Oregon.COAST RANGE; OREGON; #PROPOSAL
1990
8
0336: Influence of Habitat Fragmentation on Spotted Owl Site Occupancy and Reproductive Success in Western Oregon. Proposal to the U. S. Bureau of Land Management.
Boyce, Mark S; Irwin, Larry L (creator)
Proposes to statistically evaluate the influence of forest fragmentation on Spotted Owl site occupancy and reproductive success. Analyze variation in site occupancy and reproductive success by testing the null hypothesis of zero correlation between these variables and selected measures of habitat fragmentation and spatial pattern.FRAGMENTATION; #PROPOSAL; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; SPATIAL STRUCTURE
1990
8
0337: Home Range Sizes, Survival Rates, and Habitat Associations of Northern Flying Squirrels in Second and Old-Growth Forests. M. S. Research Proposal. (Oregon State University)
Martin, Karl J (creator)
Stated Objectives: To compare home ranges of northern flying squirrels in second and old-growth douglas-fir forests of the central Oregon Cascades. Investigate habitat characteristics in high use, low use, and nest site areas of second and old-growth forests. Estimate survival rates of northern flying squirrels in second and old-growth forests.HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; NORTHERN FLYING SQUIRREL; #PROPOSAL
1991
8
0338: A Proposed Sampling Scheme for Estimating the Occupancy of Spotted Owl Habitat Areas (SOHAs). preliminary draft.
Noon, Barry R; Azuma, David L (creator)
Proposes a basic sampling scheme to estimate the proportion of Spotted Owl Habitat Areas (SOHAs) occupied by Spotted Owls. The propsal suggests a bias adjustment for the possibility of missing an owl given its presence on a SOHA.ECOLOGICAL MODELS; #PROPOSAL; SOHAS; STOC MONITORING
1990
8
0340: Project Proposal for a Spotted Owl Investigation Siskiyou County. Cooperative Proposal.
Anon. (creator)
Proposes to develop a cooperative study to obtain information for spotted owls withinb the interior Klamath Province. Cooperators would be private industry, Fruit Growers Supply Company Sierra Pacific Industries as well as the California Dept of Fish and Game, the US Forest Service and the California Dept of Forestry and Fire Protection.CALIFORNIA; DEMOGRAPHY; PRIVATE INDUSTRY; #PROPOSAL
1990
8
0341: What are the relationships between populations of Northern Spotted Owl and forest structure and configuration? National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) propsal for research.
Irwin, Larry L (creator)
The proposal seeks to define nest site characteristics in the Wenatchee National Forest, to compare Spotted Owl population parameters in managed and unmanaged forests, to investigate habitat use and home range in managed forests of Western Oregon, and to study population and habitat relationships of Northern Spotted Owls in young, managed forests of northern California.HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; MANAGEMENT; NESTING HABITAT; PACIFIC NORTHWEST; #PROPOSAL; SILVICULTURE
1990
8
0342: PNW Study Plan Evaluation Form. proposal evaluation.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
comments by E Charles Meslow regarding attached proposal (item #343 on file)#COMMENTS
1986
8
0343: Assessing Northern Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis caurina demography and habitat use: A pilot project to assess banding as a technique. Study # RWU-4203-3.
Anon. (creator)
Study proposes to describe patterns of abundance of wildlife in Douglas-fir forests and to identify species that depend upon late stages of forest development, to describe the ecology and status of the spotted owl, to determine the relation of forest stand size and distribution to patterns in owl abundance, and to develop a paradigm for use in maintaining viable populationsDEMOGRAPHY; #PROPOSAL
1986
8
0344: Dispersal of Juvenile Northern Spotted Owls in the Pacific Northwest Douglas-fir region. Proposal.
Anon. (creator)
project proposes to describe and quantify the pattern of juvenile spotted owl dispersal, to describe survivorship, and to model survival and dispersal of juvenilesJUVENILE DISPERSAL; JUVENILE MORTALITY; #PROPOSAL
1987
8
0345: Spotted Owl habitat use in Northern Washington. research proposal.
Samson, Fred B (creator)
proposes to determine patterns in habitat use in terms of quantity and quality by Barred owls and Spotted Owls; to determine whether behavior interactions are important in determining the distribution and habitat use of each species.BARRED OWL; BEHAVIOR; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; #PROPOSAL; STRIX VARIA
1989
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0346: Banding Study-Oregon. 25 April, 1986.
Forsman, Eric D (creator)
Proposes to determine minimum adult survival rate, adult dispersal rate, to evaluate site tenacity and mate fidelity, and to determine percent of pairs producing young each year, percent nesting, and number of young produced per pairDISPERSAL; MATE FIDELITY; #PROPOSAL; SURVIVORSHIP; TURNOVER
1986
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0347: Memo: Spotted Owl Research. 22 May, 1986.
Ruggiero, Leonard F (creator)
Primary objectives include developing a study protocol, field testing the protocol and evaluation of experiment design: develop a marking technique; elucidate population structure of spotted owl, estimate population parameters, determine turnover rates in suitable vs. nonsuitable areas, and describe patterns of dispersal.BANDING STUDY; #PROPOSAL; PROTOCOL
1986
8
0348: Review of Spotted Owl study plans. 22 May, 1986.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
Review of study proposals entitled Assessing Northern Spotted Owl demography and habitat use through extensive banding; and Spotted Owl habitat use in Northern Washington. (compliments item #345 on file)#COMMENTS
1986
8
0349: Spotted Owl Monitoring-1986. Research proposal.
USDI-BLM (creator)
projects costs of monitoring studies of Spotted Owls on BLM lands in OregonBLM; OREGON; #PROPOSAL
1986
8
0350: Resource partitioning and competitive interactuions of the Northern Spotted Owl, northern barred owl and great horned owl in northern Washington. project proposal.
Hamer, Thomas E; Seim, Sharon G; Dixon, Kenneth R (creator)
The objectives are: To estimate home range sizes for Spotted, Barred and Great-Horned owls; compare habitat use of owls; examine effects of fragmentation (esp. with respect to great horned owl populations) , and examine overlap and spatial partitioning of adjacent territorial pairs of owls.BARRED OWL; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; FRAGMENTATION; GREAT-HORNED OWL; #PROPOSAL; STRIX VARIA
1986
8
0353: Bureau of Land Management, Eugene District McKenzie Resource Area: Study Plan for Cedar Creek, Deer Mtn. and Osborn Knob Owls. July 1987.
USDI-BLM (creator)
Study proposes to examine owl pairs in the Cedar Creek, Deer Mtn. and Osborn Knob Area; to look closely at habitat utilization and diet#PROPOSAL
1987
8
0354: Letter to Barry Mulder. 13 July, 1989.
Self, Steven E (creator)
Letter is preface to study plan entitled: Spotted Owl Survey on Managed Forestlands in Northern California. Mr. Self asks for comments from Mulder#PROPOSAL
1989
8
0355: Spotted Owl Survey on Managed Forestlands in Northern California: Study Plan. Timber Association proposal.
Self, Steven E; Irwin, Larry L (creator)
Proposes to: Determine distribution of Northern Spotted Owl on private timber lands of northern California, determine proportion of sites with responding owls, determine reproductive status of observed pairs. Includes rough and revised drafts of project plansCALIFORNIA; #PROPOSAL
1989
8
0356: Spotted Owl Inventory and Monitoring Handbook. 16 February, 1988.
Anon. (creator)
Protocol developed by Timber Association for monitoring Spotted Owls#PROPOSAL; PROTOCOL
1988
8
0357: Letter to Barry Mulder. 25 July, 1989.
Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
Letter preface to enclosed project proposal requesting comments from Mulder#PROPOSAL
1989
8
0358: Comparative Demography of the Spotted Owl in California. Project proposal for FY 1989-90.
Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
Proposal outlines demography studies planned for 4 sites in California: Central Sierra Nevada, San Bernardino Mountains, northwest California, and San Jacinto Mountains.DEMOGRAPHY; #PROPOSAL
1989
8
0359: Memorandum to Assistant Area Director of the Branch of Forestry-Portland area office. 31 May, 1991.
Anon. (creator)
Prefacing a Northern Spotted Owl Management Plan developed by the Yakima Tribe and Bureau of Indian Affairs#PROPOSAL
1990
8
0360: Letter to Mr. Wilfor G. Bowker-assistant area director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. 25 May, 1990.
George, Levi (creator)
Preface to research proposal and request for funds#PROPOSAL
1990
8
0361: Research proposal for the Northern Spotted Owl. 25 May 1990.
Anon. (creator)
Project proposes to conduct an ecological investigation relating to inventory, monitoring, and evaluation of Northern Spotted Owl populations in pristine and managed forests on the Yakima Indian ReservationNATIVE AMERICAN LANDS; #PROPOSAL
1990
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0362: Letter to supervisory forester, bureau of Indian Affairs, Portland-copy sent to EC Meslow. 17 August, 1990.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
letter is in response to proposed study to investigate the Northern Spotted Owl on Yakima Indian Reservation#PROPOSAL
1990
8
0363: Detailed Description of Potential Project Design. 9 November, 1990.
Mays, Kent (creator)
proposes to elucidate stand descriptions of spotted owl habitat, of forest stand structure and composition that constitute spotted owl habitat. Intended to improve inventories for spotted owl habitat and to develop specific silvacultural prescriptions for managing habitat used by spotted owls#PROPOSAL
1990
8
0364: Letter to Don Knowles of the US Fish & Wildlife Service. 17 August, 1990.
Scott, Michael J (creator)
re:application of Gap Analysis to spotted owl and old-growth forest issues. Document discusses feasibility of using gap analysis techniques to address different geographic scenarios and determine effect on the probability of owl survival.GAP ANALYSIS; #PROPOSAL
1990
8
0365: Spotted Owl Monitoring overview-Pacific northwest region US Forest Service. proposal.
USDA-FS (creator)
overview of Spotted Owl monitoring projects in the Pacific Northwest Region#PROPOSAL
1989
8
0366: NCASI Spotted Owl Program. 17 October, 1989.
Irwin, Larry L (creator)
re:Ncasi spotted owl monitoring program#PROPOSAL
1989

Series IV:  Theses, 1980-1991Return to Top

0.5 cubic foot, (2 boxes)

Series IV includes theses pertaining to the spotted owl completed for masters and doctoral degrees at various educational institutions.

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Box
9
0367: THESES of the Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit. List of completed theses.
OCWRU (creator)
compilation of theses completed at OSUREFERENCES; #THESIS
1987
9
0368: Management Strategies for Wildlife Habitat Areas on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Master of Science Thesis, University of Washington, Seattle. 102 p. (College of Forest Resources)
Van Der Raay, Brigitta M (creator)
Analysis of implementation options for designating wildlife habitat areas under the draft Gifford Pinchot National Forest Plan; and, Long-term management options within and surrounding the wildlife habitat areas.FRAGMENTATION; GIFFORD PINCHOT; INDICATOR SPECIES; MANAGEMENT; #THESIS; TIMBER HARVEST
1989
9
0369: Ecology of the Spotted Owl in the Central Sierra Nevada, California. Doctor of Philosophy Thesis, University of California, Berkeley. 283 p.
Laymon, Stephen A (creator)
A study of the ecology of the spotted owl was conducted on the west slope of the Sierra Nevada in Placer and El Dorado counties, California from June 1982 to January 1985.Objectives to investigate currently used techniques in spotted owl monitoring; roosting habitat of owls; foraging habitat; diet; reproductive output; dispersal; and general home range patternsDEMOGRAPHY; DIET; DISPERSAL; FORAGING HABITAT; HOME RANGE; ROOST PREFERENCE; #THESIS
1988
9
0370: Responsiveness of Three Species of Woodland Breeding Raptors to Broadcast Conspecific Vocalizations. Master of Science Thesis, Frostburg State College. 43 p.
Kopeny, Mark T (creator)
Objectives of the study: 1) Determine to what degree the broadcasting of conspecific vocalizations increases detectability, 2) measure variations in detectability throughout breeding season 3) estimate distribution based on location of contactsACCIPITER COOPERII; BARRED OWL; BUTEO LINEATUS; COOPER'S HAWK; RAPTORS; RED-SHOULDERED HAWK; STRIX VARIA; #THESIS
1984
9
0371: Developing and Testing a Predictive Model for Mexican Spotted Owl Habitat. Doctor of Philosophy Thesis, Northern Arizona University. 117 p.
Ganey, Joseph L (creator)
Used Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and existing data to develop and test a large-area predictive model for suitable Mexican Spotted Owl habitat in Northern ArizonaARIZONA; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM; GREAT-HORNED OWL; HABITAT SUITABILITY INDEX MODEL; MEXICAN SPOTTED OWL; SUITABLE HABITAT; #THESIS
1991
9
0372: Characterization of Nesting Habitat of GoshawksAccipiter Gentilis in Northwestern California. Master of Science Thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 70 p.
Hall, Patricia A (creator)
Habitat use by nesting Goshawks was studied in Six Rivers National Forest in California. The study examined community patterns, nest stand, nest site and nest and nest tree habitat. The study was developed to provide a characterization of breeding habitat in northwestern California for comparison with results in other study areasACCIPITER GENTILIS; CALIFORNIA; GOSHAWK; HABITAT COMPOSITION; NESTING HABITAT; #THESIS
1984
9
0373: Resource Partitioning Among Six Forest Owls in the River of No Return Wilderness, Idaho. Master of Science Thesis, University of Idaho, Moscow. 132 p.
Hayward, Gregory Dale (creator)
Study attempted to examine several forest owls in Idaho, specifically with respect to habitat, time of activity, and dietAEGOLIUS ACADICUS; AEGOLIUS FUNEREUS; ASIO OTUS; BOREAL OWL; BUBO VIRGINIANUS; DIET; DISTRIBUTION; FLAMMULATED OWL; GLAUCIDIUM GNOMA; GREAT-HORNED OWL; HABITAT COMPOSITION; LONG-EARED OWL; NICHE; NORTHERN PYGMY OWL; OTUS ASIO; OTUS FLAMMEOLUS; SAW-WHET OWL; #THESIS; WESTERN SCREECH OWL
1983
9
0374: Habitat Use by Resident Screech Owls Otus Asio. Master of Science Thesis, University of Massachusetts. 86 p.
Ellison, Peter T (creator)
Radio-telemetry and vocalization response censusing, are used to determine nocturnal habitat use by resident screech owls in Amherst, MassachusettsDIET; EASTERN SCREECH OWL; OTUS ASIO; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY; #THESIS; VOCALIZATIONS
1980
10
0375: Disturbance and Small Mammals: Effects of Prescribed Fire on White-Footed Mice (Peromscus). Master of Science Thesis, Northern Arizona University. 69 p.
Irvine, Laura Roselle (creator)
Study investigated the mechanisms by which prescribed fire affects white-footed mice in a southwestern forestPEROMYSCUS; PRESCRIBED BURNING; SMALL MAMMAL DENSITIES; #THESIS; WHITE-FOOTED MICE
1991
10
0376: Dispersal of Juvenile Northern Spotted Owls in Western Oregon. Master of Science Thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis. 136 p.
Miller, Gary S (creator)
Study conducted to document the pattern of juvenile spotted owl dispersal, survival, habitat use, and possible effects of forest fragmentation on dispersing juvenilesFRAGMENTATION; HABITAT CLASSIFICATION; HABITAT SELECTION; HJ ANDREWS DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; JUVENILE MORTALITY; ROOST PREFERENCE; #THESIS
1989
10
0377: Barriers to Implementing a Viable Spotted Owl Management Plan in the Pacific Northwest. Master of Science Thesis, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 71 p.
Propp, Leslie J (creator)
Thesis is a discussion of scientific uncertainty and lack of consensus regarding parameters used to estimate population viability, and regional socioenonomic issues and concerns of the timber products industry regarding preservation of old-growth forests for spotted owlsECOLOGICAL MODELS; LANDE'S MODEL; LOG EXPORTING; PRIVATE INDUSTRY; SAWMILLS; SHAFFER'S MODEL; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; #THESIS; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1989
10
0378: Habitat Use and Densities of Cavity-Nesting Birds in the Oregon Coast Ranges. Master of Science Thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis. 157 p.
Nelson, Kim S (creator)
Project designed to provide information on pattern of abundance, species richness, and habitat associations of cavity-nesting birds in the Oregon Coast Ranges; specifically to: compare densities of cavity-nesting birds in three habitat types, to determine relationships between densities of cavity-nesting birds and habitat and geographic variables.CAVITY NESTERS; COAST RANGE; DENSITY; HABITAT COMPOSITION; MANAGEMENT; OREGON; #THESIS
1989
10
0379: The Development of Management Plans for Spotted Owls in Western Oregon by the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. Master of Science Thesis, Washington State University. 123 p.
Churchill, Sharon Elaine (creator)
Objectives were to: Examine the legal framework for each agency's planning process; examine the planning processes as they relate to spotted owl management and examine two forest plans and two Bureau district plans regarding spotted owl managementBLM; MANAGEMENT; OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE; POLICY; #THESIS; US FOREST SERVICE
1989

Series V:  Proposal to List Owl, 1985-1990Return to Top

0.3 cubic foot, (2 boxes)

Series V consists of correspondence and comments from the general public, environmental organizations, and industry groups concerning the proposal by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to list the northern spotted qwl as a threatened species.

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Box
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0380: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee, TWS. 1 May 1989.
Franklin, Thomas M (creator)
re:recommendation to list the Spotted Owl as threatened#SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0381: News Release: Fish and Wildlife Service finds Northern Spotted Owl Warrants Addition to Federal List as a Threatened Species. 26 April, 1989.
Klinger, David (creator)
re:news release (see also item #385 in files)#SPOTTED OWL LISTING; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
10
0382: Letter to Harry E. Hodgdon-Executive director of the Wildlife Society. FWS/EHC/F9-1341.
Hanson, Susan (creator)
re:reply to 3/24 letter regarding management of the Northern Spotted Owl#SPOTTED OWL LISTING; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
10
0383: Letter to director of the US Fish & Wildlife Service. 24 March, 1989.
Hodgdon, Harry E (creator)
re: letter urging the USF&WS provide guidance to the management agencies in ensuring the survival of a viable population of Northern Spotted Owls. (see also item #382)#SPOTTED OWL LISTING; WILDLIFE SOCIETY
1989
10
0384: Letter to National Audubon Society Spotted Owl Review Panel. 2 December, 1985.
Stokely, Kimble Ann (creator)
re: list of points relating to aspects concerning assessment of current and future status of spotted owls#SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1985
10
0385: Fish and Wildlife Decision on Northern Spotted Owl Listing Petitions: remarks by David Riley and Barry Mulder. 26 April, 1989.
Riley, David; Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:petitions for Federal listing of the Northern Spotted Owl as endangered or threatened. Also included are relavant newspaper articles complimenting the April 26th news releaseLISTING STATUS; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
10
0386: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Proposed Threatened Status for the Northern Spotted Owl. Federal Register, 50 CFR part 17 54 (120, 23 June), 26665-26677. (USDI Fish & Wildlife Service)
USDI (creator)
Proposed ruling to list the Northern Spotted Owl as threatened#SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0387: The status of the Northern Spotted Owl: An Assessment by the National Audubon Society. (report prepared by the National Audubon Society) National Audubon Society, New York. 3 pages.
Myers, JP (creator)
recommends protection of Northern Spotted Owl under the Endangered Species ActPOPULATION TRENDS; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0388: Letter to US Fish & Wildlife Service. response to listing.
Engstrom, Tom (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0389: Executive Summary: Timber association of California Comments on the Proposed listing of the Northern Spotted Owl. Timber Association of California.
Timber association of California (creator)
summary of California studies of the Spotted Owl along with comments on proposed listing of Spotted OwlPRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0390: Revised Finding on Northern Spotted Owl Listing Petitions.. (regional director-US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Plenert, Marvin L (creator)
unpublished report chronologically summarizing the events preceding the listing of the owl from 1/28/87-4/21/89 with accompanying information on spotted owl biologyENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0391: Letter to Barry Mulder. 28 February, 1989.
Rutzick, Mark C (creator)
re:proposal to list Northern Spotted Owl as threatened. Preface to several enclosed materials supportive of opinionPRIVATE INDUSTRY; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0392: The Lande Viability Model for Northern Spotted Owls: Factual Mistakes and Invalid Assumptions. (report submitted by the Northwest Forest Resource Council on 28 February, 1989). 21 pages.
Northwest Forest Resource Council (creator)
report rebukes Lande's model for viability of Northern Spotted Owl populations. It includes the quoted testimony from Dr. Lande's examination in Portland Audubon Society vs. Lujan. Comments found in margins are by EC Meslow.LANDE'S MODEL; PRIVATE INDUSTRY; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0393: The Northern Spotted Owl: The Myth of Declining Population. (submitted by Northwest Forest Resource Council to US Fish & Wildlife Service). 7 pages.
Northwest Forest Resource Council (creator)
PRIVATE INDUSTRY; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0394: The Effect of Habitat Fragmentation on Northern Spotted Owls: Separating Fact From Fantasy. (submitted by Northwest Forest Resource Council). 3 pages.
Northwest Forest Resource Council (creator)
PRIVATE INDUSTRY; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0395: Radio Transmitter Research on Northern Spotted Owls: Is all the data invalid? (report submitted by Northwest Forest Resource Council). 2 pages.
Northwest Forest Resource Council (creator)
PRIVATE INDUSTRY; RADIO TRANSMITTERS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0396: Letter to the Honorable Douglas Bosco-US Congressman. 29 June, 1989.
Tomascheski-Adams, Liz (creator)
comments and enclosed newspaper articles opposing the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl as threatened submitted by the West Coast Alliance for Resources and EnvironmentPRIVATE INDUSTRY; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0397: Report submitted to Marvin Plenert of the US Fish & Wildlife Service regarding the proposed listing of Spotted Owl. (report dated 18 December, 1989). 15 pages. (Simpson Timber Company, Shelton, WA)
Ingham, TR Jr (creator)
report summarizes management of spotted owls on Simpson land including current research effortsPRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0398: Letter to owl listing coordinator. 2 August, 1989.
Stokely, Kim (creator)
re:public response to listing proposalRESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0399: Letter to owl listing coordinator. 14 August, 1989. (The Wilderness Society)
Schifferle, Patricia (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0400: Letter to owl listing coordinator. 21 August, 1989.
Townsley, John J (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0401: Letter to owl listing coordinator. 17 August, 1989.
Huntley, Travis (creator)
re:proposal to list Northern Spotted OwlRESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0402: Presentation at Hearing: US Fish & Wildlife Service-re: listing of Northern Spotted Owl. 17 August, 1989.
Rowney, Christopher (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0403: Letter to owl listing coordinator. 23 August, 1989. (Washington State Department of Natural Resources)
Sterns, Art (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0404: Technical review of Spotted owl in resonse to listing proposal.. 11 pages. (DR Johnson Lumber Company; Riddle, OR)
Yockim, Ronald S (creator)
re:proposal to list Northern Spotted OwlPRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0405: Comments to owl listing coordinator. 27 August, 1989. (Wildlife biologist-Springfield)
Barrett, Norman (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0406: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 28 August, 1989. (Lebanon, OR)
Van Cannon, Michael (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0407: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 29 August, 1989. (Florida State University)
Simberloff, Daniel (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0408: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 31 August, 1989. (Commissioner of Public Lands)
Boyle, Brian (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0409: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 5 September, 1989. (Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife)
Fisher, Randy (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0410: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 15 September, 1989. (Board of Forestry)
Walt, Harold R (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0411: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 9 September, 1989. (Defenders of Wildlife)
Scotts, Richard (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0412: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 20 September, 1989. (Louisiana-Pacific Corporation)
Rowney, Christopher (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0413: Comments to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 18 September, 1989. (Yakima Indian Nation)
Schuster, Elmer (creator)
comments include a research proposal to study the owls found on Yakima landsRESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0414: Letter to Spotted owl subcommittee. 20 September, 1989. (The Wildlife Society)
Hodgdon, Harry E (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0415: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 20 September, 1989. (The Wildlife Society)
Schroer, Gregory (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0416: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 19 September, 1989'. (The Wildlife Society)
Hodgdon, Harry E (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0417: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 21 September, 1989.
Ostrowski, James J (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0418: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 19 September, 1989.
Rechtin, Julie (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0419: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 20 September, 1989.
Gardner, Len (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0420: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 29 September, 1989.
Henderson, Bud (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0421: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 29 September, 1989. (USDI-National Park Service)
Ridemond, James M (creator)
Summary estimates of owl pairs on National Park landsNATIONAL PARKS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0422: Comments to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 4 October, 1989. (Pilchuck Audubon Society, Everett, WA)
Carroll, Janet R (creator)
comments include information on Spotted Owl pairs located in the Darrington Ranger DistrictRESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0423: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 19 October, 1989.
George, Tony (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0424: Letter to Westside BLM district managers. 22 November, 1989.
Vetterick, Paul M (creator)
request for draft of report to submit to the US Fish & Wildlife Service in response to proposed listing of the owlBLM; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0425: Comments to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 15 December, 1989.
Kemp, Alson R Jr (creator)
comments submitted by Pillsbury, Madison and Sutro Law Offices on behalf of Simpson Timber Co. regarding listing of the owlPRIVATE INDUSTRY; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0426: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 18 December, 1989.
Van Cannon, Michael (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0427: Letter to Jack Thomas. 18 December, 1989.
Hays, David W (creator)
comments on proposed listing and interview summaryRESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0428: Comments to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 18 December, 1989. (Sierra Pacific Industries)
Emmerson, AA (creator)
Comments and studies submitted to US Fish & Wildlife Service in response to proposed listing of Spotted OwlPRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0429: Letter to Dr. Kathleen E. Franzeb. 18 December, 1989. (Humboldt State University)
Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
answer to request for information regarding the ecology and status of the Spotted OwlRESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0430: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 19 December, 1989. (The Wilderness Society)
Wilcove, David S (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0431: Comments of The Northwest Forest Resource Council Submitted to the US Fish & Wildlife Service Regarding the Status Review Supplement, Revised Finding and Proposed Rule Determining the Northern Spotted Owl as a Threatened Species Pursuant to the Endangered Species Act. 20 December, 1989.
Hampton, John C (creator)
Technical review submitting new data that challenged the Listing proposal. Also includes CV on contributors to reportNCASI; PRIVATE INDUSTRY; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0432: Agency Comments on the Proposed Rule to List the Northern Spotted Owl as a Threatened Species by Bureau of Land Management Oregon State Office. (report: 20 December, 1989). 26 pages. (Bureau of Land Management)
BLM (creator)
Information summarizing current inventory and monitoring programs of the Northern Spotted Owl on BLM lands in response to proposed listing of owlBLM; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0433: Comments to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 20 December, 1989. (Weyerhaeuser)
Anderson, Robert J (creator)
comments and information regarding Weyerhaeuser lands in response to proposed listing of owlPRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
10
0434: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 20 December, 1989. (California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife)
Bontadelli, Pete (creator)
comments of California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in reponse to proposed listingRESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0435: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 20 December, 1989. (Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund, Inc)
Stahl, Andy (creator)
ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0436: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 20 December, 1989. (Washington Department of Wildlife)
Juelson, Tom (creator)
comments and biological information regarding the proposed listing of the owlRESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0437: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 19 December, 1989. (National Wildlife Federation)
Irvin, Robert WM (creator)
comments in support of listing the Northern Spotted OwlENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0438: Bureau of Land Management comments on the proposed rule to list the Northern Spotted Owl as a Threatened Species. 20 December, 1989. (USDI-Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office)
Vetterick, Paul M (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0439: Letter to USF&WS-owl listing coordinator. 20 December, 1989. (National Audubon Society)
Taylor, Daniel J (creator)
comments of the National Audubon Society in support of listing the Northern Spotted OwlRESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0440: Assistance in Preparation of Final Rule on the Northern Spotted Owl. 22 September, 1989. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Plenert, Marvin L (creator)
request for assistance in obtaining research scientist to participate in analyzing data and other biological information submitted during the comment period#SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
10
0441: Recommendations to provide the Northern Spotted Owl with protection under the Endangered Species Act and to commence a program leading to the recovery of the bird. 25 April, 1990.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
0442: Spotted Owl listing. 2 July, 1990. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
information including articles commenting on the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) reportINTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1990
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0443: Comments of the Oregon Lands Coalition To the Proposed Rule by the US Fish & Wildlife Service to List the Northern Spotted Owl as Threatened Pursuant to the Endangered Species Act. (report submitted by: Oregon Lands Coalition; Salem, OR). 111 pages. (Lindsay, Hart, Neil & Weigler Law)
Brooks, Constance E; O'Riordan, W Hugh (creator)
Document and attachments as evidence that tne Northern Spotted Owl is neither threatened nor endangered. 2 copies on filePRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
11
1125: Letter to TWS Spotted Owl Subcommittee. 28 February, 1989.
Franklin, Thomas M (creator)
re:Letter to USF&WS requesting that the agency implement plans to ensure long-term survival of the speciesRESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; WILDLIFE SOCIETY
1989
11
1126: Letter to Rod Ingram, Charlie Bruce, E. Charles Meslow. 17 October, 1988.
Haight, William I (creator)
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1988
11
1127: Government Accounting Office closeout discussion-spotted owl listing decision. 7 December, 1988.
General Accounting Office (creator)
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; US GOVERNMENT
1988
11
1128: Comments on the proposed listing of the Northern Spotted Owl. 8 February, 1989.
Self, Steven E (creator)
re:report summarizing opinions of Self and the Timber Association of CaliforniaPRIVATE INDUSTRY; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989

Series VI:  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Status Review, 1987-1990Return to Top

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Series VI includes the original 1987 status review by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service which found insufficient evidence to list the owl; a version of the review (with many revisions) updated in 1989; and the 1990 status review with comments by the researchers involved in the project and responses to previous reviews. The 1990 review prompted the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to list the northern spotted owl that year.

Container(s) Description Dates
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0444: The Northern Spotted Owl Status Review-1987. (14 December, 1987). 36 pages. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
USF&WS (creator)
Review of the status of the Northern Spotted Owl in response to a petition to list the owl as an endangered species. Purpose of review is to provide a biological basis for determining whether listing a species as endangered or threatened is actually warrantedBIOLOGY; DIET; DISEASE AND PARASITES; DISPERSAL; DISTRIBUTION; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; HOME RANGE; MANAGEMENT; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; POLICY; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SURVIVORSHIP; USFWS SPOTTED OWL REVIEW TEAM
1987
11
0445: Comments of the National Wildlife Federation on the Status Review of the Northern Spotted Owl (52 Federal Register 34396-34397; September 11, 1987). 9 November, 1987. (National Wildlife Federation)
Feierabend, Scott J; Mills, Scott L (creator)
comments based on literature review and conversations with biologists regarding status of owlENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1987
11
0446: Questions to be analyzed by region 1 spotted owl team. 11 January, 1989.
USF&WS (creator)
list of questions to be discussed by listing teamNORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
11
0447: Letter to E Charles Meslow. 27 January, 1989. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
request that E Meslow review the 1987 draft of the Northern Spotted Owl Status ReviewNORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
11
0448: Letter to Barry Mulder. 9 March, 1989. (USDI-FS)
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
comments on the 1987 Northern Spotted Owl Status ReviewNORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1989
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0449: Northern Spotted Owl Briefings. 16 October, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
summary of endangered species act of 1973ENDANGERED SPECIES; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
11
0450: Letter to David Anderson, Jonathon Bart, Thomas Edwards, E Charles Meslow, et al. 18 October, 1989. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re: Listing review team assignmentNORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
11
0451: Letter to spotted owl listing team members. 1 November, 1989. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Franzeb, Kathleen (creator)
re: Agenda for November 6-8 meeting of Northern Spotted Owl Scientific team#SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
11
0452: Listing Review Team-Additional Information. 3 November, 1989.
USF&WS (creator)
summary of information regarding litigation and legislation, old-growth summit, federal agency information and other developments relevant to the listing review process#SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
11
0453: Letter to Spotted Owl listing team. 15 November, 1989. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Franzeb, Kathleen (creator)
re:spotted owl listing team update#SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
11
0454: Fax to Meslow. 13 December, 1989. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Franzeb, Kathleen (creator)
re:activities for January 1990 regarding listing review process#SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
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0455: Update on Comments and next meeting of Spotted Owl listing team. 10 January, 1990. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Franzeb, Kathleen (creator)
#SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
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0456: Update of Northern Spotted Owl Activities. 26 January, 1990. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
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0457: Letter to Kent Mays. 26 January, 1990. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:research, monitoring, and inventory of Northern Spotted Owls.NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
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0458: Letter to listing team. 1 March, 1990. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Bart, Jonathan (creator)
re: habitat section for final report (a supplement to the status review)NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
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0459: Letter to Spotted Owl Listing Review Team. 29 January, 1990. (Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
Anderson, David R (creator)
re:Use of Political boundaries in the listing processNORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
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0460: Letter to Spotted Owl Listing Review Team. 10 April, 1990. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Franzeb, Kathleen (creator)
re:update on developments in listing processNORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
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0461: Letter to Spotted Owl Listing Review Team. 23 April, 1990. (Ohio Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
Bookhout, Ted (creator)
re:Editorial review of draft report on the spotted owlNORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
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0462: Summary of The Status Review of the Northern Spotted Owl. Summary.
USF&WS (creator)
2 page summary of 1987 Status review with corrections in margins#SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1990
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0463: Supplement to the Status Report. rough draft with comments ed. (supplement to 1987 version of USF&WS Status Report).
USF&WS (creator)
Rough copy of Status review with comments penciled in the margins. Labeled øMeslow Copy'.COMMENTS; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
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0464: Memo to listing team members. 17 January, 1989. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
request from team members to review the rough draft of the supplement to the Status Review and make commentsNORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
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0465: USF&WS Supplement to the Status Review. rough draft with comments ed. (13 January, 1989 edition).
USF&WS (creator)
rough draft of Supplement to the 1987 Status Review of the Northern Spotted Owl including comments written in margins. A note to Mulder from E. C. Meslow included on cover page. Two copies of this edition are on file.COMMENTS; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
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0466: Preliminary Draft II Supplement to the 1987 Status Review. (23 February, 1989 edition).
USF&WS (creator)
Version of the Supplement to the 1987 Status Review with comments by Bruce Marcot in margins. Comments dated 6-9 March, 1989COMMENTS; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
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0467: Supplement to the Status Review. Draft ed. (16 March, 1989).
USF&WS (creator)
version of the 1987 Supplement to the Status Review labeled øMeslow Copy'COMMENTS; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
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0468: Supplement to the Status Review. rough draft ed. (Bubba-15 March, 1989).
USF&WS (creator)
version of the 1987 Supplement to the Status Review labeled øBubba'. Preface note to Barry is signed by Steve ChambersCOMMENTS; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
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0469: Draft IV of the Supplement to the 1987 Status Review. (Preliminary Draft IV).
USF&WS (creator)
version of the 1987 Supplement to the Status Review with preface note from Barry. Also includes outline with topics and team members assigned to cover themCOMMENTS; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
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0470: The Northern Spotted Owl Status Review Supplement 1989. (21 April, 1989) US Fish & Wildlife Service, Portland, OR.
USF&WS (creator)
1989 supplement of the 1987 Status Review, 5 copies on fileNORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
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0471: Letter to listing team members. 24 January, 1990.
Anderson, David R (creator)
re:comments made by Bob Smith regarding reopening of the Public Comment period. Also includes a letter written to Marvin Plenert expressing concern1990 STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
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0472: Memo to the listing review team. 11 April, 1990.
Anderson, David R (creator)
comments regarding the 1990 Status review1990 STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
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0473: 1990 Status Review-The Northern Spotted Owl. US Fish & Wildlife Service, Portland, OR. 95 pages.
Anderson, David R; Bart, Jonathan; Edwards, Thomas C Jr; Kepler, Cameron B; Meslow, E Charles (creator)
1990 Status Review following the 1989 Supplement. Also includes a copy of comments by Chuck Meslow1990 STATUS REVIEW; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1990
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0474: Comments: Public Hearings/Public Comment Process. 14 March, 1990.
Anon. (creator)
107 pages of types comments received during the Public Comment period on the proposal to list the Northern Spotted Owl as threatened throughout its rangeCOMMENTS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL
1990
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0475: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Determination of Threatened Status for the Northern Spotted Owl. Federal Register, 50 CFR Part 17 55 (123, 26 June), 26114-26194. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
USDI (creator)
The US Fish & Wildlife Service determines the Northern Spotted Owl to be a threatened species pursuant to the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended.Federal Register listing of the Northern Spotted Owl as threatenedENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; LISTING PROCESS; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; THREATENED SPECIES; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1990
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0476: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Determination of Threatened Status for the Northern Spotted Owl. (Billing Code 4310-55; 50 CFR Part 17) US Fish & Wildlife Service. 451 pages. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
USF&WS (creator)
report detailing the decision by the US Fish & Wildlife Service to list the Northern Spotted Owl as threatenedENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; LISTING PROCESS; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING; THREATENED SPECIES; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1990
12
0477: Letter to E Charles Meslow. 24 September, 1990.
Meyer, Joseph S (creator)
re:explanation of letter (item #476) sent to Kay Franzeb regarding paraphrasing of information found in the 1990 Status Review and CFR document. See also items1990 STATUS REVIEW; COMMENTS; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1990
12
0478: Letter to Kay Franzeb. 3 September, 1990.
Meyer, Joseph S; Irwin, Larry L; Boyce, Mark S (creator)
re:response to technical aspects of the US Fish & Wildlife Service documents:1990 Status Review and 50 CFR Part 17 listing the Spotted Owl as threatened. See also items 142, 185, 305, 470 and 4751990 STATUS REVIEW; COMMENTS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; #SPOTTED OWL LISTING
1990
12
1123: Memorandum to David Anderson, Jon Bart. 29 January, 1990.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:listing review-Northern Spotted Owl#SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1990
12
1124: Memorandum to David Anderson, Jon Bart. 6 November, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
Re:Spotted Owl Status review-additional information#SPOTTED OWL LISTING; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM; STATUS REVIEW
1989

Series VII:  Management Plans, 1976-1992Return to Top

1 cubic foot, (4 boxes)

Series VII consists of management plans compiled by the U.S. Forest Service; Bureau of Land Management; and various private industry groups, educational organizations, and other institutions. The Forest Service plans consist of environmental impact statements and include drafts, supplements, public response to the release of these statements, and other documentation relating to the preparation of these plans. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) plans consist of drafts and supplements to resource management plans prepared by BLM. The series also includes materials pertaining to the formation of these plans as well as comments and response to the plans.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
12
0479: Letter to Marvin Plenert. 27 February, 1989.
Robertson, F Dale (creator)
re:submitting new information pursuant to reinitiation of status review for the Northern Spotted Owl. Preface to enclosed report#MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
12
0480: Interagency Agreement between the US Fish & Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, and the USDA Forest Service. signed agreement 12 August, 1988.
Robertson, F Dale et al. (creator)
re: Purpose of the Interagency AgreementBLM; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; NATIONAL PARKS; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
12
0481: Forest Service Adaptive Management Strategy for Spotted Owl Viability. (enclosure with letter to US Fish & Wildlife Service).
USDA-FS (creator)
report outlining management strategy for the spotted owl and summarizing survey efforts to dateMANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; STOC MONITORING; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
13
0482: Spotted Owl Management Plan (SOMP). USDA-Forest Service. 100 pages. (US Forest Service-Gifford Pinchot National Forest)
USDA-FS (creator)
The Interim Spotted Owl Management Plan for the Gifford Pinchot National Forest was developed under the direction of the Forest Management team.Includes maps of the Gifford Pinchot with Spotted Owl locationsHABITAT COMPOSITION; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; SOHAS; SOMP-SPOTTED OWL MANAGEMENT PLAN; STOC MONITORING; US FOREST SERVICE
1980
13
0483: Timber Resource Statistics for the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. (Resource Bulletin PNW-93, November 1981) USDA-Forest Service. 31 pages.
Bassett, Patricia M; Oswald, Daniel D (creator)
This report summarizes a 1978-79 timber resource inventory of 5 counties in the Olympic Peninsula of WashingtonLAND OWNERSHIP; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; OLYMPIC PENINSULA; TIMBER CLASS; TIMBER SUPPLY; US FOREST SERVICE; WASHINGTON STATE
1981
13
0484: Letter to E Charles Meslow. 19 May, 1986. (Washington department of game)
Juelson, Tom (creator)
re:Supplemental Environmental Impact StatementDRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE
1986
13
0485: Chapter 5 of the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement. Working paper ed.. 14 pages. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
DRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE
1986
13
0486: Letter to Larry Fellows. 19 May, 1986. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
re:Habitat Management for the Spotted Owl planning report photo picturing a subadult spotted owl and referring to it as an adult. See also item #487 in files.COMMENTS; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; SUBADULT
1986
13
0487: Habitat Managment for the Spotted Owl-Planning Report. (Pacific Northwest Region). 4 pages. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
outlines 12 alternatives for habitat managementMANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; US FOREST SERVICE
1986
13
0488: Draft Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement to the Pacific Northwest Regional Guide-Spotted Owl Guidelines. (Draft supplement-1986). 45 pages. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
2 copies on file and 1 partial copyDRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; FRAGMENTATION; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; SUITABLE HABITAT; TIMBER SUPPLY; US FOREST SERVICE; VIABLE POPULATIONS; WATERSHEDS
1986
13
0489: Letter to Andrea Riniker. 7 November, 1986. (Washington State Department of Game)
Wayland, Jack S (creator)
comments on the draft Environmental Impact StatementCOMMENTS; DRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1986
13
0490: Report commenting on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement. (attachment 1, 7, 8 prepared by the Washington Department of game).
Washington Department of game (creator)
COMMENTS; DRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE
1986
13
0491: Letter to Larry W. Brewer. 20 August, 1986.
Wilbur, Sanford R (creator)
re:meeting to review the Supplemental Environmental Impact StatementDRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1986
13
0492: Letter to Ann Nolan Hanus. 29 September, 1986. (Oregon State Forestry Department)
Brown, James E (creator)
re:the draft supplement to the Environmental Impact StatementCOMMENTS; DRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1986
13
0493: Proposed Land and Resource Management Plan for the Olympic National Forest.. 3 pages. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
A copy of a section of this report regarding spotted owls#MANAGEMENT PLANS; OLD GROWTH FOREST; US FOREST SERVICE
1986
13
0494: Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement for an Amendment to the Pacific Northwest Regional Guide-Spotted Owl Guidlines. Volume 1-2. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
only cover page of reports#MANAGEMENT PLANS
1988
13
0495: Record of Decision USDA-Forest Service: Amendment to the Pacific Northwest Regional Guide; Final Supplement to the Final Environmental Impact Statement. USDA-FS. 15 pages. (US Forest Service)
Robertson, F Dale (creator)
Documentation and explanation of decision to select alternative F as planning direction for habitat management to maintain population viability of the Spotted OwlFINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1988
13
0496: Draft: Comparison of Spotted Owl Habitat Area (SOHA) Management Guidelines October 1989. 9 September, 1988. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
re:comparison of figures proposed by the Final SEIS preferred alternative management planFINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE
1988
13
0497: Letter to Dierctor Office of Environmental Project Review. Reply to FWS/EHC/BFA, 20 September, 1988. (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
USF&WS (creator)
Comments on the Forest Service's Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact StatementCOMMENTS; FINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1988
13
0498: Responses to Technical Issues. addendum to Record of Decision. (US Forest Service)
Robertson, F Dale (creator)
re: response to comments provoked by the release of the proposed action by the US-Forest Service following release of the Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement. See also item#495COMMENTS; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE
1988
13
0499: Errata Sheet No. 1: Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement for an Amendment to the Pacific Northwest Regional Guide. volume 1. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
re: summary and explanation of Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement-2 copies on fileCOMMENTS; FINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE
1988
13
0500: Spotted Owl Habitat General Definition. (excerpt from ppgs: III-10 Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement). 3 pages. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
FINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; SOHAS; US FOREST SERVICE
1988
13
0501: Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. maps of sohas.
Commission on Old Growth Alternatives (creator)
5 pages of maps depicting Sohas in Washington outlined in the Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement#MANAGEMENT PLANS; MAPS; SOHAS; US FOREST SERVICE
1988
13
0502: Comments to James Torrence. 28 September, 1988. (National Audubon Society)
Pissot, Jim (creator)
comments on the Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement by National Audubon SocietyCOMMENTS; ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; FINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1988
13
0503: Specific comments regarding the Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement. 28 September, 1988. (National Audubon Society)
National Audubon Society (creator)
prefaced by letter from Jim Pissot, wildlife biologistCOMMENTS; ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; FINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1988
13
0504: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee. 20 December, 1988. (The Wildlife Society)
Franklin, Thomas M (creator)
re: The release of the Record of Decision for the Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement and request for comments by spotted owl subcommitteeENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; FINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1988
13
0505: Letter to the Secretary of the US Department of Agriculture. 23 January, 1989. (The Wildlife Society)
Franklin, Thomas M (creator)
Comments on Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement and statement that the decision will be appealed by the wildlife societyCOMMENTS; ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; FINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1989
13
0506: Letter to US Department of Agriculture Secretary. 23 January, 1989. (Washington Department of Game)
Juelson, Tom (creator)
re:enclosed administrative appeal of the Record of Decision by the USDA-Forest Service on Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact StatementFINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1989
13
0507: Notice of Appeal. 20 January, 1989.
Washington Department of Wildlife (creator)
Notice of appeal pursuant to 36 CFR 211. 18 Washington Department of Wildlife hereby requests administrative review of the decision contained in the Record of Decision on amendment to the Pacific northwest Regional Guide, Final Supplement to the Environmental Impact StatementAPPEAL OF DECISION; FINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1989
13
0508: Record of Decision: Land and Resource Management Plan for the Siskiyou National Forest.. 53 pages. (US Forest Service, Siskiyou National Forest)
USDA-FS (creator)
FIRE MANAGEMENT; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; SILVICULTURE; TIMBERSALES; US FOREST SERVICE; WATERSHEDS
1989
13
0509: Memo to Forest Supervisors in R-5 forests. 4 April, 1989. (US Forest Service)
Long, Randall C (creator)
re:Direction to R-5 Forests on targets for 1989 for Spotted OwlsMANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; STOC MONITORING
1989
13
0510: Brief Synopsis of the Draft criteria for evaluating US Forest Service 1989-90 actions that may affect the Northern Spotted Owl in California. General points.
USDA-FS (creator)
re:unknown source-outline of concerns and recommendations regarding management decisions to be made in California#MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
13
0511: Forest Service Manual: Title 2600-Wildlife, Fish, and Sensitive Plant Habitat Management. (Region 6 Supplement No. 47). 15 pages. (US Forest Service)
Butruille, John F (creator)
Revises regional policy on management of sensitive species, revises the process and outline for a biological evaluation and adds the element of risk assessmentENDANGERED SPECIES; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; POLICY; SENSITIVE SPECIES; THREATENED SPECIES; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
13
0512: Joining Forces to Manage our Old-Growth Forests. Speech: 13 September, 1989. (US Forest Service)
Leonard, George M (creator)
Speech presented at the National Audubon Convention in Tuscon, AZMANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; OLD GROWTH FOREST; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
13
0513: Letter to Forest Service Chief. 29 September, 1989. (US Forest Service)
Mays, Kent (creator)
re:response to request for materials about Spotted Owl#MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
13
0514: The Current Status of all Northern Spotted Owl information. (report contains various appendices that address the Spotted Owl situation). (US Forest Service)
Mays, Kent (creator)
HABITAT COMPOSITION; LISTING PROCESS; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; STOC MONITORING; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
13
0515: Memo to Regional Foresters, Station Directors and WO Staff. 11 October, 1989. (US Forest Service)
Robertson, F Dale (creator)
re:Old-Growth Management#MANAGEMENT PLANS; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; OLD GROWTH FOREST; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
13
0516: Memo to Jack W. Thomas. 12 November, 1989.
Simon-Jackson, Terri (creator)
re:request from Jack W Thomas for R-5 Habitat Management Plans for Spotted OwlsINTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1989
13
0517: Letter to Forest Supervisors. 10 November, 1987. (US Forest Service)
Forplan, Paul F (creator)
re:Spotted Owl directionMANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE
1987
13
0518: Spotted Owl Habitat Management Plans. (Reports for Habitat Area 29). 33 pages. (US Forest Service)
Spangle, Steven; Gard, Nancy (creator)
#MANAGEMENT PLANS; PRESCRIBED BURNING; ROAD MAINTENANCE; SILVICULTURE; SNAG RETENTION; SOHAS; STAND THINNING; TIMBER SALVAGE; US FOREST SERVICE
1988
13
0519: Spotted Owl Habitat Area Management Plan. (Hunt Canyon Area). (US Forest Service;Plumas National Forest)
Rotta, Gary W; Clark, Ron (creator)
FIRE MANAGEMENT; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; SILVICULTURE; STOC MONITORING; TIMBER SUPPLY; US FOREST SERVICE
1988
13
0520: Spotted Owl Habitat Area Management Plan for Ruby Area, Soha S-3. (Ruby management area). (US Forest Service;Plumas National Forest)
Rotta, Gary W; Clark, Ron (creator)
FIRE MANAGEMENT; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; SILVICULTURE; STOC MONITORING; TIMBER SUPPLY; US FOREST SERVICE
1988
14
0521: Viability Rating for the Alternatives: Ratings which denote the relative security from threats to population viability. (excerpt from Draft Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement). 6 pages. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
DISTRIBUTION; DRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (1991) ; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; US FOREST SERVICE; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1991
14
0522: Draft Environmental Impact Statement on Management for the Northern Spotted Owl in the National Forests.. 173 pages. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
DRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (1991) ; ENDANGERED SPECIES; FIRE MANAGEMENT; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; MANAGEMENT; MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; OLD GROWTH FOREST; PACIFIC YEW; ROAD MAINTENANCE; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; THREATENED SPECIES; US FOREST SERVICE; VIABLE POPULATIONS; WATERSHEDS
1991
14
0523: Spotted Owl Viability meeting notes. 13 January, 1992.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
re: comments based on meeting that took place on 11 December, 1991 regarding the recent release of the Draft supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement 1991 versionCOMMENTS; DRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (1991) ; MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1992
14
0524: Final Environmental Impact Statement on Management for the Northern Spotted Owl in the National Forests. 2 vols. USDA-FS, Portland. 229 pages. (US Forest Service)
USDA-FS (creator)
2 copies of volume 1 on fileFINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT; FIRE MANAGEMENT; HABITAT CONSERVATION AREAS (HCA'S) ; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; LAND USE; MANAGEMENT; MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; OLD GROWTH FOREST; PACIFIC YEW; ROAD MAINTENANCE; SILVICULTURE; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; SOHAS; T & E SPECIES; TIMBER HARVEST; VIABLE POPULATIONS; WATERSHEDS
1991
14
0525: Planning for the Public Lands in Western Oregon, Proposed State Director Guidance. Bureau of Land Management, Portland. (Bureau of Land Management)
BLM (creator)
BLM; FIRE MANAGEMENT; MANAGEMENT; MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; ROAD MAINTENANCE; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER HARVEST; TIMBER SUPPLY; WATERSHEDS
1988
14
0526: Letter to E. Charles Meslow and Dan Carleson. 23 December, 1986. (Bureau of Land Management)
Dale, Robert T (creator)
re:Technique developed by BLM to rank areas for timber harvestBLM; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1986
14
0527: Letter to Robert T. Dale. 21 January, 1987. (Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife)
Carleson, Dan (creator)
re:request to review technique for ranking areas for timber harvest (item # 526 on file)BLM; COMMENTS; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1987
14
0528: Letter to Robert T. Dale. 26 January, 1986. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
re:comments on ranking system developed by BLM, see also 529 in filesBLM; COMMENTS; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1987
14
0529: A Technique to Rank Areas for Timber Harvest Near the Mid-Age/Old-growth Wildlife Corridor System.. 25 pages. (Bureau of Land Management-Coos Bay district)
Sadler, Ronald B; Wisdom, Michael (creator)
BLM; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; OLD GROWTH FOREST; TIMBER HARVEST
1986
14
0530: Interim Management of mid-age/old-growth components of habitat diversity south coast-curry timber management plan; Coos Bay district.. (Bureau of Land Management-Coos Bay district)
BLM (creator)
BLM; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; OLD GROWTH FOREST; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS
1983
14
0531: Briefing paper on wildlife habitat diversity. (memo No. OR-80-293). (Bureau of Land Management)
BLM (creator)
BLM; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; POLICY
1980
14
0532: Spotted Owl Environmental Assessment. (3 February, 1987) Bureau of Land Management. 23 pages. (Bureau of Land Management)
BLM (creator)
BLM; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; OREGON AND CALIFORNIA RAILROAD ACT (O&C) ; SUITABLE HABITAT
1987
14
0533: Attachments to the Guidance for Planning for the Public Lands in Western Oregon. (attachments to earlier report). (Bureau of Land Management)
BLM (creator)
BLM; LAND USE; MANAGEMENT; MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; T & E SPECIES; TIMBER HARVEST; WATERSHEDS
1989
14
0534: BLM Facts: Northern Spotted Owl: The Jamison Plan Detailed Management Strategy.. (Bureau of Land Management)
BLM (creator)
re:plan developed by BLM director Cy JamisonBLM; MANAGEMENT; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; TIMBERSALES
1990
14
0535: Newsrelease: BLM Reveals Low-Impact Timber Sale Plan for 1991. 25 September, 1990. (Bureau of Land Management)
BLM (creator)
re:locations of Bureau of Land Management 1991 timbersalesBLM; #MANAGEMENT PLANS; TIMBERSALES
1990
14
0536: Newsrelease: Statement of Senate Majority Leader George J. Mitchell regarding the administration's plan for the Spotted Owl. 24 September, 1990. (Bureau of Land Management)
Dewhirst, Diane (creator)
re:The response of the Presidential Administration to the listing of the Spotted Owl#MANAGEMENT PLANS; POLICY; US GOVERNMENT
1990
15
0537: Letter to Marvin Plenert. 24 September, 1990. (Bureau of Land Management)
BLM (creator)
re:BLM Management guidelines for the conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl, FY 1991-FY 1992BLM; #MANAGEMENT PLANS
1990
15
0538: A Multi-Resource Strategy for Conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl.. 45 pages. (National Forest Products Association and American Forest Council)
Anderson, Robert J; Hicks, Lorin L; Mickey, Ross; et al. (creator)
Presented Herein is a multi-resource management strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl. This strategy is offered as an option to existing guidelines, management circles, and other proposed strategies. This document describes the strategy and its scientific support, and lists priority research topics that would assist in the recovery of the spotted owl.MANAGEMENT; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS; TIMBER HARVEST; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1991
15
0539: Letter to Richard Holthausen, Charles Meslow, et al. 6 December, 1991.
Mellen, Kim (creator)
re:Industry Alternative E technical standards and guidelines to be discussed at a Viability Meeting on 12 December, 1991INDUSTRY ALTERNATIVE; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS
1991
15
0540: Standards and Guidelines for a Multi-Resource strategy for Conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl. (Draft report). 11 pages.
Anderson, Robert J; Hicks, Lorin L; Mickey, Ross; et al. (creator)
CORRIDORS; FIRE MANAGEMENT; MANAGEMENT; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS; ROAD MAINTENANCE; TIMBER HARVEST
1991
15
0541: Letter to Jonathon Bart. 17 October, 1991.
Meyer, Joseph S (creator)
re: Comments on Multi-Resource Strategy to Conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl.COMMENTS; INDUSTRY ALTERNATIVE; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS
1991
15
0542: Letter to James M Sweeney. 19 November, 1991.
Verner, Jared (creator)
re: Comments regarding a Multi-Resource Strategy to Conservation of the Northern Spotted OwlCOMMENTS; INDUSTRY ALTERNATIVE; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS
1991
15
0543: Letter to Jack Ward Thomas. 18 November 1991. (Redwood Sciences Laboratory, USDA-FS)
Noon, Barry R; McKelvey, Kevin; Zabel, Cindy (creator)
re: Comments on a Multi-Resource Strategy to Conservation of the Northern Spotted OwlCOMMENTS; INDUSTRY ALTERNATIVE; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS
1991
15
0544: Letter to Dr. James Sweeney. 6 December, 1991. (US Forest Service)
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: Comments on a Multi-Resource Strategy to Conservation of the Northern Spotted OwlCOMMENTS; INDUSTRY ALTERNATIVE; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS
1991
15
0545: Letter to the Honorable Clayton Yeutter-Secretary of Agriculture. 7 September, 1990. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) )
Irwin, Larry L (creator)
Letter presenting a technical paper to assist in developing a working conservation strategy for the Northern Spotted OwlNCASI; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS
1990
15
0546: An Active Process for Conservation of Northern Spotted Owls.. 37 pages. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) )
Irwin, Larry L (creator)
Discussion/interpretation of various proposed conservation strategies with support given to a strategy with more economic considerations. 2 copies on file, one presented as an exhibit for court case:the Northern Spotted Owl vs Donald HodelNCASI; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS
1990
15
0547: Recommendations to The California State Board of Forestry by The Watercourse Protection Task Force.. 58 pages.
Heald, Bob; Bedrossian, Trinda; Benoit, Terry; et al. (creator)
This task force developed recommendations that address biological and geology/hydrology watercourse and lake protection zone needs, zone widths, and roads and landings in the areaMANAGEMENT; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS; RIPARIAN ZONES; WATERSHEDS
1989
15
0548: Speech: Management Recommendations. 15 April, 1986. (OCWRU)
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
Contents of a speech given to unknown group in 1986 regarding the current situation with the spotted owl specifically with reference to survivorship of juvenile owlsOCWRU; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS; SPEECH
1986
15
0549: Treating Forest Stands to Maintain for Improve Spotted Owl Habitat and Produce Wood Within HCA's. (Second Draft). 3 pages. (Oregon State University)
Tappeiner II, John C; Walstad, John D; McComb, William C; et al. (creator)
COMMERCIAL THINNING; DEVELOPING OWL HABITAT; OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS; SILVICULTURE
1990
15
0550: Conservation Plans for the Northern Spotted Owl and Other Forest Management Proposals in Oregon: The Economics of Changing Timber Availability. (Forest Policy 1). 50 pages. (Oregon State University)
Greber, Brian J; Johnson, Norman K; Lettman, Gary (creator)
3 copies on file; in addition to draft editionHISTORICAL INFORMATION; OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY; OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER HARVEST; TIMBER INDUSTRY
1990
15
0551: Timber for Oregon's Tomorrow: An analysis of Reasonably Possible Occurrences. (Research Bulletin 19) Oregon State University-School of Forestry, Corvallis. 111 pages. (Oregon State University)
Beuter, John H; Johnson, Norman K; Scheurman, Lynn H (creator)
LAND OWNERSHIP; LAND USE; MANAGEMENT; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS; TIMBER HARVEST
1976
15
0552: Timber for Oregon's Tommorrow: The 1989 Update. (May 1990) Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. 183 pages. (Oregon State University-Forestry department)
Johnson, Norman K; Beuter, John H; Greber, Brian J; et al. (creator)
The study makes four contributions: It draws together into a single document managment plans for public lands in Oregon; it provides up-to-date timber inventories, information on forest management practices and growth, and projections of future timber availability from private lands in OregonDepartment of forestry planHARVEST METHODS; MANAGEMENT; #OTHER MANAGEMENT PLANS; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER HARVEST; TIMBER INDUSTRY; TIMBER SUPPLY
1989

Series VIII:  Committee Efforts, 1984-1993Return to Top

0.9 cubic foot, (4 boxes)

Series VIII consists of documentation pertaining to several short-term committees established to draft solutions to the spotted owl controversy. Chief among them are the Spotted Owl Committee (SOS), the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC), and the Gang of Four Committee. Reports from the ISC (also known as the Jack Ward Thomas Plan or the Conservation Strategy) and the Gang of Four Committee are included in this series, along with correspondence between committee members, various report drafts, and public comments and responses.. Other subjects addressed in this series include the Owl Day Conference and the Ancient Forest Summit.

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0554: Viable Populations. 27 September, 1988.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
Part of presentation at Owl Day Conference-9/28/88#COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1988
15
0555: Agenda for Owl Day Conference. 28 September, 1988.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
Agenda for conference#COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1988
15
0556: Comments by Charlie Bruce. 28 September, 1988.
Bruce, Charles R (creator)
Part of presentation at Owl Day Conference-9/28/88COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE
1988
15
0557: Comments by Bill Neitro'. 28 September, 1988.
Neitro, William (creator)
Part of presentation at Owl Day Conference-9/28/88COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE
1988
15
0558: Comments by Harriet L Allen. 28 September, 1988.
Allen, Harriet L (creator)
Part of presentation at Owl Day Conference-9/28/88COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE
1988
15
0559: Monitoring results: Reproduction and Occupancy. 28 September, 1988.
O'Halloran, Kathy (creator)
Part of presentation at Owl Day Conference-9/28/88#COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE; STOC MONITORING
1988
15
0560: Summary: Spotted Owl Research Activities FY-1987, 1988. 28 September, 1988.
Anon. (creator)
Part of presentation at Owl Day Conference-9/28/88#COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE; RESEARCH PROJECTS
1988
15
0561: Speech on Spotted Owl Populations. 28 September, 1988.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
Part of presentation at Owl Day Conference-9/28/88#COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE; POPULATION TRENDS
1988
15
0562: Letter to Randy Fisher. 22 September, 1988.
Torrence, James F (creator)
re:Owl Day Conference-9/28/88#COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE
1988
15
0563: Information and data on the Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest. 28 September, 1988.
Anon. (creator)
re:Owl Day Conference-9/28/88#COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE
1988
15
0564: Chart (overhead) of Adult Spotted Owl Survival Rates. 28 September, 1988.
Anon. (creator)
Presented at Owl Day Conference-9/28/88#COMMITTEES; OWL DAY CONFERENCE; SURVIVORSHIP
1988
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0565: Comments by James Larson. 28 September, 1988.
Larson, James W (creator)
Presented at Owl Day Conference-9/28/88#COMMITTEES; NATIONAL PARKS; OWL DAY CONFERENCE
1988
15
0566: Minutes of the First Meeting of the Oregon/Washington Spotted Owl Subcommittee. 20 December, 1984. (USFS Regional Office-Portland)
Haight, William I (creator)
The Spotted Owl Subcommittee (SOS) was established in May 1978 by the Oregon-Washington Interagency Wildlife Committee (O-WIWC)#COMMITTEES; MEETING MINUTES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1984
15
0567: Agenda for the 2/19-20 meeting of the Spotted Owl Subcommittee. 19-20 February, 1985.
Anon. (creator)
agenda for meeting#COMMITTEES; MEETING AGENDA; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1985
15
0568: Spotted Owl Subcommittee Meeting. 23 April, 1985.
Haight, William I (creator)
agenda for meeting#COMMITTEES; MEETING AGENDA; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1985
15
0569: Minutes for Spotted Owl Subcommittee meeting. 18 June, 1985.
Haight, William I (creator)
#COMMITTEES; MEETING MINUTES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1985
15
0570: Agenda for Spotted Owl Subcommittee meeting. 16-17 January, 1986.
Haight, William I (creator)
#COMMITTEES; MEETING AGENDA; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0571: Letter/agenda announcing Spotted Owl Workshop. 28-29 April, 1986.
Samson, Fred B (creator)
#COMMITTEES; MEETING AGENDA; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0572: Agenda for Spotted Owl Demographics workshop, 28-29 April 1986. 23 April, 1986.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
#COMMITTEES; MEETING AGENDA; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0573: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee members. 21 April, 1986.
Samson, Fred B (creator)
#COMMITTEES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0574: Minutes of Spotted Owl Subcommittee meeting. 9 April, 1986.
Juelson, Tom (creator)
#COMMITTEES; MEETING MINUTES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0575: Letter to E Charles Meslow. 23 April, 1986. (Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station)
Verner, Jared (creator)
Re:discussion of juvenile survival rates#COMMITTEES; JUVENILE MORTALITY; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0576: Status Report: National Audubon Society's Spotted Owl Advisory Panel. (Presentation to National Audubon Society Panel). 3 pages. (Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station)
Verner, Jared (creator)
see also item#20 in filesAUDUBON ADVISORY PANEL; #COMMITTEES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0577: Agenda and Minutes for Spotted Owl subcommittee meeting. 14 May, 1986.
Juelson, Tom (creator)
#COMMITTEES; MEETING AGENDA; MEETING MINUTES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0578: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee members. 27 May, 1986.
Samson, Fred B (creator)
#COMMITTEES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0579: Guidelines for Measuring, reporting, and interpreting Demographic parameters in Spotted Owl Populations. (Manuscript summarizing the discussions at workshop held in Portland on 28 April, 1986). 20 pages.
Miller, Gary S; Meslow, E Charles; Logan, Wayne; et al. (creator)
DEMOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS; DEMOGRAPHY; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; RESEARCH PROJECTS; SUBADULT
1986
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0580: Letter to Demographic Workshop attendees. 16 June, 1986.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
#COMMITTEES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0581: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee members. 23 June, 1986.
Juelson, Tom (creator)
re:scheduling of next meeting#COMMITTEES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0582: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee members. 26 June, 1986.
Juelson, Tom (creator)
#COMMITTEES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0583: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee members. July 11, 1986.
Juelson, Tom (creator)
#COMMITTEES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0584: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee members. 20 October, 1986.
Juelson, Tom (creator)
Minutes of meeting#COMMITTEES; MEETING MINUTES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0585: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee members. 15 July, 1986.
Juelson, Tom (creator)
#COMMITTEES; MEETING MINUTES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0586: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee members. 15 August, 1986.
Juelson, Tom (creator)
#COMMITTEES; MEETING MINUTES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0587: Letter to Oregon/Washington Interagency Wildlife Committee. 3 November, 1986.
Staker, Gordon R (creator)
BALD EAGLE; #COMMITTEES; HAELIATUS LEUCOCEPHALUS; INTERAGENCY WILDLIFE COMMITTEE; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
15
0588: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee members. 21 November, 1986.
Juelson, Tom (creator)
#COMMITTEES; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
16
0589: Remarks of Larry Tuttle, Oregon Director of The Wilderness Society. 24 June, 1989. (The Wilderness Society)
Tuttle, Larry (creator)
Presented at the ancient forest Summit on June 24, 1989ANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; #COMMITTEES
1989
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0590: Introductory Statement: Ancient Forest Summit Conference. 24 June, 1989.
Johnson, Arthur C (creator)
Presented at the Ancient forest Summit on June 24, 1989ANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; #COMMITTEES
1989
16
0591: Remarks of Tom Giesen, President of the Oregon Natural Resources Council. 24 June, 1989.
Giesen, Tom (creator)
Presented at the Ancient Forest Summit on June 24, 1989ANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; #COMMITTEES
1989
16
0592: Questions and answers for the June 24, 1989, National Forest and Public Land Management Meeting for the Bureau of Land Management.. 26 pages.
BLM (creator)
Presented at the Ancient Forest Summit on 24 June, 1989ANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; BLM; #COMMITTEES
1989
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0593: Letter to James F Torrence. 5 June, 1989. (United States Congress)
Hatfield, Mark O (creator)
Request for preparation of report addressing enclosed questions to be presented at the Ancient Forest SummitANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; #COMMITTEES
1989
16
0594: Background Paper for the Ancient Forest Summit: 24 June, 1989. (Prepared by US Forest Service region 6).
USDA-FS (creator)
re: response to questions posed by Senator Mark O. Hatfield in a letter dated 5 June, 1989ANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; #COMMITTEES; HARVEST METHODS; LAND OWNERSHIP; MANAGEMENT; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; REFORESTATION; SILVICULTURE; TIMBER HARVEST; TIMBER SUPPLY; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
16
0595: Statement by Marvin L Plenert. 24 June, 1989.
Plenert, Marvin L (creator)
Presented at the Ancient Forest SummitANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; #COMMITTEES; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
16
0596: Letter to Charles W. Luscher. 5 June, 1989.
Hatfield, Mark O (creator)
RE: Request by Senator Hatfield for preparation of report by the Bureau of Land Management addressing enclosed questions for the upcoming Ancient Forest SummitANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; BLM; #COMMITTEES
1989
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0597: An Overview of the June 24, 1989 Oregon Timber Summit, With Endangered Species Act Implications. 1989 summary.
Smith, Robert P (creator)
Summary of Ancient Forest SummitANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; #COMMITTEES
1989
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0598: Opening Remarks From Forest Industry Representatives Presented at Ancient Forest Summit. 24 June, 1989.
Anon. (creator)
Presented at Ancient Forest SummitANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; #COMMITTEES; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT (NEPA) ; NATIONAL FOREST MANAGEMENT ACT (NFMA) ; POLICY; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS; TIMBERSALES
1989
16
0599: Response to the Oregon Delegation questions National Forest and Management Meeting: 24 June, 1989. (Prepared by Northwest Forest Resource Council). 70 pages. (Northwest Forest Resource Council)
Northwest Forest Resource Council (creator)
ANCIENT FOREST SUMMIT; #COMMITTEES; LAND OWNERSHIP; MANAGEMENT; NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT (NEPA) ; NATIONAL FOREST MANAGEMENT ACT (NFMA) ; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER CLASS; TIMBER HARVEST; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
16
0600: Interagency Scientific Committee Table of Organization. 1989 chart.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:List of members on the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC)#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
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0601: A Charter for an Interagency Scientific Committee to Address the Conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl. 5 October, 1989.
Robertson, F Dale; Turner, Jack; Jamison, Cy; Ridenour, James M (creator)
6 copies on file#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0602: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 7 August, 1989.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:Article addressing the Forest issues on the Eastern side of Oregon, specifically related to the Flammulated owl#COMMITTEES; FLAMMULATED OWL; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; OTUS FLAMMEOLUS
1989
16
0603: Interagency Owl Conservation Planning Meeting Notes. 13-14 September, 1989.
Kucera, Linda (creator)
#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; MEETING MINUTES
1989
16
0604: Letter to Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) team members. 21 September, 1989.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: the charter given to team from concerned agency heads#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0605: Letter to L. Spriet regarding upcoming committee meeting. 22 September, 1989.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0606: Information needs: Spotted Owl Scientific Committee. 29 September, 1989.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
re: notes for the upcoming owl committee meeting#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0607: Schedule of work October 16, 1989 through December 20, 1989. 16 October, 1989.
ISC (creator)
re: schedule#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0608: Survey concerning Spotted Owl Management Committee of Scientists.
Anon. (creator)
re:questionnaire to the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC)#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0609: Letter to regional foresters, R-5 and R-6; Station directors, PNW and PSW. 5 October, 1989'.
Robertson, F Dale (creator)
re: recent appointment of members to the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC)#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
16
0610: Scientific Committee Briefings. 16 October, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re: meeting of the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) on October 16, 1989#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0611: Scientific Committee Briefings. 23 October, 1989.
Miller, Gary S (creator)
re: agenda for meeting of Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC)#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0612: Data Assessments and Models-Spotted Owl Committee. 7 November, 1989.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
re:categories of models developed for assessing population dynamics of spotted owls.#COMMITTEES; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; LANDE'S MODEL; LESLIE REGRESSION MODEL; POPULATION DYNAMICS
1989
16
0613: Letter to Jack Ward Thomas. 1 November, 1989.
Martin, Sandra K; Everett, Richard L (creator)
re: Plans for Spotted Owl research in the Wenatchee national forest#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; STOC MONITORING; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
16
0614: Progress report of the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) to address the Conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl.. 9 pages.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
Chronology of Committee Activities 29 September-10 November 1989#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0615: Letter to listing team members. 15 November, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re: field trip with Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC)#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1989
16
0616: Letter to Jack Ward Thomas. 20 November, 1989.
Long, Randall C (creator)
re:adaptive management#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0617: The Case for Banding Spotted Owls.. 3 pages.
Schnoes, Marylou (creator)
re: need to band spotted owls to obtain reliable population estimatesBANDING STUDY; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; POPULATION ESTIMATES
1989
16
0618: Letter to J. W. Thomas. 20 November, 1989.
Plenert, Marvin L (creator)
re:request of a response from the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) regarding the US Fish & Wildlife Service's proposal to list the spotted owl as threatened#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
16
0619: Summary of 1989 Owl Surveys and Related Informtion for NPS Areas. (#N1419 (OLYM-NSS) ). 3 pages.
Houston, Doug B (creator)
information regarding spotted owl surveys and inventories#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; NATIONAL PARKS; OLYMPIC PENINSULA; STOC MONITORING
1989
16
0620: Letter to Jack Ward Thomas. 5 December, 1989.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
re:corrections to be made in the federal register spotted owl proposed rule.#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0621: Letter to J. W. Thomas. 5 December, 1989.
Anderson, Harry W (creator)
re:background information relating to the authority, policies, and current direction of the Washington Department of Natural Resources#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
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0622: RCW 76. 09. In: Forest Practices. (: ), 1-17.
Anon. (creator)
2 copies on file. See also item 623INCOMPLETE; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; MANAGEMENT; POLICY; ROAD MAINTENANCE; TIMBER HARVEST
1988
16
0623: Policy-Protecting and enhancing wildlife habitat. 1 November, 1989.
Anon. (creator)
re:critical habitat for protection of wildlife#MANAGEMENT; T & E SPECIES
1989
16
0624: Letter to J. W. Thomas. 7 December, 1989. (State Bureau of Land Management)
Bibles, Dean (creator)
re:comments on ISC reportCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0625: Letter to J. W. Thomas. 12 December, 1989. (Forestry Department)
Brown, James E (creator)
re: enclosed copy of the Oregon Forest Practices Act (FPA) and selected administrative rules under which department of forestry acts. 2 copies on file, one sent to the USF&WS listing team for consideration, prefaced with a note from Jack W. Thomas#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; POLICY
1989
16
0626: Chapter 629, Division 24-Board of Forestry. In: Oregon Administrative Rules. (: ), 6-7.
Oregon Legislature (creator)
2 pages outlining policies drafted by the legislature to regulate the State Forestry departmentINCOMPLETE; #COMMITTEES; FOREST PRACTICES ACT; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; POLICY; RIPARIAN ZONES; STATE LANDS; WATERSHEDS
1988
16
0627: Letter to J. W. Thomas. 14 December, 1989.
Paulus, Robert E (creator)
re:responding to request from Thomas to provide information regarding reglatory policy on state lands in California#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; POLICY
1989
16
0628: Memo to Region Chiefs of the California Department of Forestry. 16 June, 1988.
Delfino, Kenneth L (creator)
re: Forest Regulation Statute 5100; and Forest Practice Act 5110CALIFORNIA; #COMMITTEES; FOREST PRACTICES ACT; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; MANAGEMENT; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; POLICY
1988
16
0629: CEQA: California Environmental Quality Act. In: Statutes and Guidelines. (Ed: Office of Permit Assistance) State of California, Sacramento, 5-21.
State of California (creator)
re:legislative environmental policy#COMMITTEES; ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; LEGISLATION; POLICY
1986
16
0630: Information on home range sizes, habitat use, and demography. 15 December, 1989.
ISC (creator)
Notes submitted by the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) for consideration by the Spotted Owl listing team#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; JUVENILE DISPERSAL; REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; SUITABLE HABITAT
1989
16
0631: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 20 December, 1989.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:packet of material submitted to Marvin Plenert containing the committee's comments on the Federal Register of 23 June, 1989#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0632: Letter to Marvin Plenert. 20 December, 1989.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: comments on proposal to list the Northern Spotted Owl as threatened; preface to packet of material containing:1) charter for interagency committee (item #601) 2) Copy of committee's first progress report (item #633) 3) List of comments on details of proposal (item #634) 4) Committee comments on five factors regarding listing the owl (item #635) . 4 copies on fileCOMMENTS; #INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0633: Progress report of the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) to address the conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl. 1 November, 1989.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
describes the chronology of committee activities from September-October and upcoming agenda for the committee#INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0634: Technical comments by the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) to address the conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl. 20 December, 1989.
ISC (creator)
comments regarding the issue of the Federal Register on 23 June, 1989 proposing to list the Northern Spotted Owl as threatened. 3 copies of fileCOMMENTS; #INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL
1989
16
0635: Comments of the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) to address the conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl on: Five factors pertinent to the proposal for listing of the Northern Spotted Owl as threatened. 20 December, 1989.
ISC (creator)
comments on the Federal Register Vol. 54 and the status review supplement. 3 copies on fileCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1989
16
0636: Summary of survey by the committee of scientists concerning management for spotted owls on national forests and blm districts. 19 December, 1989.
ISC (creator)
comments on current management strategies employed by federal agencies in spotted owl managementCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; MANAGEMENT
1989
16
0637: Letter to Dale F. Robertson. 19 January, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: draft of final report due out by March 9, 1990#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0638: Letter to Jack Ward Thomas. 12 January, 1990.
Freimark, Bob (creator)
re:Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) progress report of 1989COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0639: Letter to Bob Freimark. 19 January, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:reply to Mr Freimark regarding questions from the Oregon Ancient Forest Alliance to the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC)#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0640: On the ground options for conservation plan. directional outline.
ISC (creator)
re options for the ISC team#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0641: Letter to W. Hugh O'Riordan. 19 January, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:response to the above regarding comments sent by the Oregon Lands Coalition#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0642: Expert Scientist's Discussion Group. 3-4 February, 1990.
ISC (creator)
re:Scope of conservation plan#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; MEETING AGENDA
1990
16
0643: Letter to Kr. Yrjo Haila. 6 February, 1990.
Verner, Jared (creator)
re:request for information needed for the conservation strategy#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0644: Letter to Jared Verner. 9 February, 1990.
Diamond, Jared M (creator)
re:comments on the conservation of the spotted owl#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0645: Letter to Marsha M. Johnson. 22 February, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:comments from the resources agency of California#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0646: Items associated with completion of team tasks. 26 February, 1990.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:outline of ISC team tasks#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0648: Letter to J. W. Thomas. 1 March, 1990.
Barker, Paul F (creator)
re: concern over role of private land owners in conservation strategy#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0649: Letter to Paul Barker. 9 March, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: reply to Barker's letter of 3/1/90#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0650: Letter to Russell Lande. 9 March, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:requesting Mr. Lande to review the Conservation Strategy#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0651: A Review of A Conservation Strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl: The Peer Review Draft.. 10 pages.
Gilpin, Michael (creator)
report reviewed for the Society of Conservation Biology by Michael GilpinCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0652: Review of the draft report "A conservation strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl.. 5 pages.
Lande, Russell (creator)
re: comments on the ISC reportCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0653: Review of "A conservation strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl". 16 March, 1990.
Harris, Larry D (creator)
re: comments on the ISC strategy presented Larry Harris, a professor at the University of FloridaCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0654: Review of "A conservation strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl". 18 March, 1990.
Lawrence, William H (creator)
re: comments on the ISC report#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0655: Review of "A conservation strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl". 18 March, 1990.
Weins, John A (creator)
re: comments on the ISC reportCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0656: Summary of questions from director's 3/15 briefing. 18 March, 1990.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:questions asked on the ISC plan#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0657: Letter to Rick Brown et al. 28 March, 1990.
Kerr, Andy (creator)
re: comments on the ISC strategy and the suitable response by the Oregon Natural Resources CouncilCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0658: Letter to all PNW employees. 5 April, 1990.
Philpot, Charles W (creator)
re: comments following the completion of the ISC strategyCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0659: Letter to John Butruille et al. 9 April, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: responsibility of management agencies following release of ISC strategy#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0660: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 11 April, 1990.
Self, Steven E (creator)
re:ISC reportCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0661: Review of the "Conservation stragegy for the northern spotted owl". 11 April, 1990.
Self, Steven E (creator)
re: comments on the ISC reportCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0662: The Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) Spotted Owl conservation plan: Thoughts on the Plan and its implications for new perspectives. 11 May, 1990.
Salwasser, Harold J (creator)
interpretations of the ISC planCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0663: Answers to Questions submitted to the interagency scientists committee by the United States Senate committee on energy and natural resources, Senator Dale Bumpers, Chairman. 23 May, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: response to Dale Bumpers questions at the hearing held on 23 May, 1990COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0664: Summary and Critique of the Spotted Owl Conservation Strategy Proposed by the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) : Final Report Issued May 1990. June 1990.
Northwest Timber Association (creator)
re: Views of Northwest Timber Association regarding the ISC strategyCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1990
16
0665: Letter to Cy Jamison. 11 June, 1990. (Wildlife Management Institute)
Jahn, Laurence R (creator)
re: comments on the BLM proposal for Spotted Owl management and the ISC strategyBLM; COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0666: Letter to Cy Jamison. 11 June, 1990. (Wildlife Society)
Hodgdon, Harry E (creator)
re: urging BLM to support the recommendations of the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) strategyCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0667: Letter to E Charles Meslow. 18 June, 1990.
Hauser, Marietta (creator)
re: packet of questions submitted by Senator Dale Bumpers to the ISC following the hearing of 23 May, 1990COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0668: Letter to J. W. Thomas. 7 June, 1990. (United States Senate)
Bumpers, Dale (creator)
re: questions from the hearing of 23 May, 1990#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0669: Questions Submitted by Senator Bumpers For Mr. Thomas. 7 June, 1990.
Bumpers, Dale (creator)
list of questions submitted to Dr. Thomas#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0670: Letter to Dale F. Robertson. 25 June, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: BLM plans for spotted owl managementBLM; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0671: Letter to The Honorable Clayton Yeutter. 31 July, 1990.
Smith, Robert F (creator)
fax of letter sent to Meslow: contents are regarding the ISC report and concerns Bob Smith has about itCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0672: Letter to Ed Sheppard. 23 July, 1990.
Burnham, William (creator)
re: captive breeding options for the spotted owlCAPTIVE BREEDING; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0673: Answers to Questions submitted to the interagency scientists committee by the United States Senate committee on energy and natural resources, Senator Dale Bumpers, Chairman. 3 August, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: answers to questions submitted by Dale Bumpers#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0674: Letter to Honorable Norm Dicks. 6 July, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: writing to clarify the recommendations in the ISC report#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0675: Letter to J. W. Thomas. 6 July, 1990.
Dicks, Senator Norm (creator)
re: ISC recommendations#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0676: Letter to J. W. Thomas. 11 July, 1990.
Hayward, R Dennis (creator)
re:comments on ISC reportCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
16
0677: Letter to Dennis Hayward. 27 July, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:economic analysis of ISC report#COMMITTEES; ISC REPORT; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS
1990
16
0678: Report sees 15, 000 new jobs from log export ban. 19 July, 1990.
Gorman, Steven J (creator)
re:log exports in the Pacific Northwest#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; LOG EXPORTING
1990
16
0679: Facts behind opportunities for balance in the Thomas Report. 8 August, 1990.
Northwest Timber Association (creator)
critique of the ISC report by the NW timber associationCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; ISC REPORT; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1990
16
0680: Comments regarding Oregon State Director BLM memo dated 3 August 1990. 14 August, 1990.
ISC (creator)
re: comments on BLM proposal for spotted owl managementCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0681: ISC response to materials submitted to the Interagency Task Force Working Group by the Northwest Timber Association. 17 August, 1990.
ISC (creator)
COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
16
0682: Letter to Marvin Plenert. 9 August, 1990.
Bibles, Dean (creator)
re: Formal consultation on the effects of BLM's Timber Sale programs on the Northern Spotted OwlBLM; COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
17
0683: Letter to Jack W. Thomas. 22 August, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: comments on memo from Dean Bibles, BLMCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
17
0684: Letter to ISC team. 29 August, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
17
0685: Letter to James Moselely. 29 August, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:the option of captive breeding and release of spotted owlsCAPTIVE BREEDING; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
17
0686: Letter to Secretary Lujan, Jr. and Clayton Yeutter. 3 August, 1990.
Hair, Jay D; Evans, Brock; Adams, John H; et al. (creator)
re: the interpretation of the ISC report by the federal government, environmental concerns#COMMITTEES; ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
17
0687: Letter to J. W. Thomas. 28 September, 1990.
Burnham, William; Cade, Tom J (creator)
re: captive breeding options for spotted owlsCAPTIVE BREEDING; COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
17
0688: Letter to William Burnham. 4 October, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:response to comments submitted by Burnham and Cade regarding captive breeding of spotted owlsCAPTIVE BREEDING; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
17
0689: Letter to James Moseley. 4200.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: response to Burnham regarding captive breeding of owlsCAPTIVE BREEDING; COMMENTS; #COMMITTEES
1990
17
0690: Letter to Dean Bibles. 28 September, 1990.
Fisher, Randy (creator)
re: recommendations of the ISC strategy, see also item #705 and #706 in files (includes BLM Jamison plan notes)#COMMITTEES; ISC REPORT
1990
17
0691: Message display to Garland Mason et al. 1 October, 1990.
Mays, Kent (creator)
#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
17
0692: Letter to Wade C Boyd. 25 October, 1990.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re:ISC report-application to private lands; see items #673 and #674 in files#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
17
0693: Letter to ISC members. 9 November, 1990.
Plenert, Marvin L (creator)
re: role of ISC in management implementation#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1990
17
0694: Scientific Creditability and the Spotted Owl Conservation Plan. OSU-dept. news (Ed: Edge, Daniel), 1-2.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
OSU publication containing article commenting on the ISC report#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
17
0695: Responses to Questions pertaining to interpretation and implementation of the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) conservation strategy. 2 January, 1991.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: interpretation of ISC strategy#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0696: Letter to listing team members. memo.
Tilghman, Nancy G (creator)
re: the Federal Register notice that indicates the USFS will manage habitat in a manner not inconsistent with the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) recommendations#COMMITTEES; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0697: Vacation of Northern Spotted Owl guidance. Federal Register, 3410-3411.
USDI (creator)
Federal Register announcement by USFS to follow ISC strategy as an interim management plan until one can be developedINCOMPLETE; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT; US FOREST SERVICE
1990
17
0698: Interior secretary Lujan names leader, coordinator to Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Team. 21 November, 1990.
USDI (creator)
re: appointment of members to the Spotted Owl Recovery team#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1990
17
0699: Letter to Neil Goldschmidt. 20 November, 1990.
Lujan, Manuel (creator)
re: the implementation of the northern spotted owl recovery team to come up with a management plan#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1990
17
0700: Letter to forest supervisors. 11 January, 1991.
Philpot, Charles W (creator)
re: article in the øCommon Cause Magazine' carrying an article in which comments about the ISC report were made#COMMITTEES; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0701: Science Friction--Playing Politics with Scientific Research. Common Cause Magazine 6 (5), 24-29.
Montgomery, Peter (creator)
only one page of article is on file#COMMITTEES; ISC REPORT
1990
17
0702: Letter to Ms. Deborah Baldwin. 4 January, 1991.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0703: Owl Conservation Strategy Flawed. Journal of Forestry, 39-41.
Wood, Gene W (creator)
re: ISC reportINCOMPLETE; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1991
17
0704: Reply to recent article in journal of forestry. 19 February, 1991.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: comments on article-item #703 in filesCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0705: Letter to Ms. Martha Pagel-assistant to the governor. 25 February, 1991.
Sherlock, William H (creator)
re:letter sent by Randy Fisher (item #690 in files) that critiques BLM's management plans i. e. the proposed Jamison planCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; ISC REPORT
1990
17
0706: Letter to Charles G. Levin. 27 July, 1990.
Bibles, Dean (creator)
re: enclosed data compiled by BLM to calculate the economic impacts of implementation of the recommendations of the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC)BLM; #COMMITTEES; ISC REPORT; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS
1990
17
0707: Adjusted estimates of future expected pairs for Oregon HCA's whose public land contribution is restricted to the BLM. 17 April, 1991.
Noon, Barry R (creator)
data on number of owls expected in Oregon HCA's on BLM land#COMMITTEES; HABITAT CONSERVATION AREAS (HCA'S) ; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1991
17
0708: Articles sent to Barry Noon, Eric Forsman, Chuck Meslow. 17 April, 1991.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
articles printed on 17 April, 1991 discussing the ISC report#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0709: Testimony for SAS vs. Forest Service. comments on ISC response.
Verner, Jared (creator)
re: compilation of responses to questions about the ISC strategy#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0710: Questions and answers proposed for direct testimony in SAS vs The Forest Service. 22 April, 1991.
Forsman, Eric D (creator)
re: reply to Jared Verner's thoughts on response, see item #709#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0711: Responses to questions pertaining to interpretation and implementation of the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) conservation strategy. 30 April, 1991.
ISC (creator)
memorandum sent by Barry Mulder and Kent Mays#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0712: Letter to ISC core team members. 23 May, 1991.
Thomas, Jack W (creator)
re:comments on industry response to ISC strategy, icluding ønew forestry' and øextended rotation'#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT; NEW FORESTRY
1991
17
0713: A Comprehensive Legislative Solution to the Spotted Owl/Old Growth and ESA-NFMA/FLPMA Conflicts.. 10 pages. (Timber Industry labor-management committee)
American Forest Resource Alliance (creator)
#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; MANAGEMENT; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1991
17
0714: Letter to ISC core team members. 4 June, 1991.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
comments on recent eventsCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1991
17
0715: A Facade of Science: An analysis of the Jack Ward Thomas Report based on sworn testimony of members of the Thomas Committee. (A report for the association of O & C counties and the Northwest Forest Resource Council) Preston, Thorgrimson Shidler Gates and Ellis. 24 pages.
Ellis; Gates; et al. (creator)
#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT; MANAGEMENT; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1991
17
0716: Letter to ISC core team members. 2 October, 1991.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: attached report (item #715) entitled "A facade of science. . . "#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1991
17
0718: Memo to ISC core team members. 28 October, 1991.
Thomas, Jack W (creator)
re: comments surrounding the release of the ISC strategyCOMMENTS; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0719: Appointment of Administrative Law Judge, establishment of dates and locations for prehearing conference and hearing, and other hearing-related matters. Federal Register.
USDI (creator)
re: appointment of members to the God Squad committeeINCOMPLETE; #COMMITTEES; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; GOD SQUAD; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1991
17
0720: Letter to ISC core team members. 5 December, 1991.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: The Industry's Plan for the Northern Spotted Owl#COMMITTEES; INDUSTRY ALTERNATIVE; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1991
17
0721: Fax to Chuck Meslow. 3 February, 1992.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: The Habitat conservation area strategy employed by the ISC team#COMMITTEES; HABITAT CONSERVATION AREAS (HCA'S)
1991
17
0722: Letter to Jay Gruenfeld. 27 February, 1992.
Butruille, John F (creator)
re: video: "Endangered Species Act, Spotted Owls and People"#COMMITTEES; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1992
17
0723: Get those old-growth blues behind us. Forest Industries.
Blackman, Ted (creator)
opinions regarding the old growth issue in the northwestINCOMPLETE; #COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC)
1991
17
0724: Miscellaneous notes and agenda. compiled during 1990-1991.
ISC (creator)
re: notes, etc compiled through workings of the ISC team#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT; NOTES
1990
17
0725: Clarification of "A Conservation Strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl: Report of the Interagency Scientific Committee to address the Conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl.. 62 pages.
ISC (creator)
re: questions and answers surrounding ISC report#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1991
17
0726: Memo to Nancy Tilghman. 2 August, 1990.
Delorenzo, Donald (creator)
re: 50-11-40 rule, and interpretation of the ISC report#COMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1990
17
0727: Alternatives for Management of Late-Successional Forests of the Pacific Northwest. (by The Scientific Panel on Late-Successional Forest Ecosystems: A Report to the U. S. House of Representatives) US House of Representatives, Washington D. C. 58 pages.
Johnson, Norman K; Franklin, Jerry F; Thomas, Jack Ward; Gordon, John (creator)
2 copies of report on file#COMMITTEES; GANG OF FOUR REPORT
1991
17
0728: DRAFT-Alternatives for Management of Late Successional Forests of the Pacific Northwest. (Draft dated 24 July, 1991 entitled: A Report to the U. S. House of Representatives by the Scientific Panel on Late Successional Forest Ecosystems) US House of Representatives, Washington D. C. 21 pages.
Johnson, Norman K; Franklin, Jerry F; Thomas, Jack Ward; Gordon, John (creator)
draft of gang of four report#COMMITTEES; GANG OF FOUR REPORT
1991
18
0743: Forest Ecosystem Management Assessment Team. Draft supplemental environmental impact statement ed. (Released July 1993) (Series Ed: Kingsbury, Louise D.), Portland. 1000 pages.
Thomas, Charles L; Raphael, Martin G; Meslow, E Charles; et al. (creator)
report prepared in response to the forest conference in Portland, OR chaired by President Clinton and staff. Three interagency groups contributed to this report-Ecosystem Management team, Labor and community team, and the agency coordination team. three copies of report in filesADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT; BALD EAGLE; #COMMITTEES; ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT; GRAY WOLF; GRIZZLY BEAR; MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES; MARBLED MURRELET; PEREGRINE FALCON; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; T & E SPECIES; TIMBER HARVEST; WATERSHEDS
1993

Series IX:  Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Team, 1990-1993Return to Top

0.6 cubic foot, (3 boxes and 1 map folder)

Series IX documents the activities of the Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Team and the compilation of their report. The series includes correspondence, comments, and various report drafts.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
17
0729: Letter to Charles Meslow. 1 June, 1990. (Ohio Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
Bart, Jonathan (creator)
re: work with Forsman on SPOW report#COMMITTEES; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1990
17
0730: Letter to Charles Meslow. 12 December, 1991.
Parenteau, Pat (creator)
re: preparation of prefiled testimony and exhibits#COMMITTEES; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1991
17
0731: Appendix A: Recommendations for Population Monitoring. In: Recovery Plan for the Northern Spotted Owl-Draft. (: ) USDI, Washington, D. C., 76.
Bart, Jonathan; Robson, Douglas S (creator)
draft of appendix A in the Recovery Plan entitled Recommendations for Population Monitoring#COMMITTEES; DEMOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM; POPULATION DYNAMICS; POPULATION ESTIMATES; STOC MONITORING
1992
17
0732: Draft of the "objective" and "narrative" portions of the Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Plan. 11 June, 1991.
Bart, Jonathan (creator)
draft of narratives to be included in the recovery plan#COMMITTEES; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1991
17
0733: Technical Workshop on Other Species and Ecosystem Issues. 26 July, 1991.
Anthony, Robert G (creator)
re workshop to be held 8-9 August, 1991 in Portland#COMMITTEES; MEETING AGENDA; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1991
17
0734: Topics for discussion at August meeting. 24 July, 1991.
Bart, Jonathan (creator)
re: Kevin McKelvey's computer model#COMMITTEES; DISPERSAL; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; HOME RANGE; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM; SURVIVORSHIP
1991
17
0735: Letter to Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Team members. 9 July, 1991.
Carroll, Phil (creator)
activities of the recovery team#COMMITTEES; MEETING AGENDA; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1991
17
0736: Letter to Lowell Diller, Eric Forsman, et al. 10 July, 1991.
Bart, Jonathan (creator)
re: evaluation of Kevin McKelvey's model#COMMITTEES; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1991
17
0737: Letter to Barry Noon. 25 June, 1991.
Bart, Jonathan (creator)
re: evaluation of Kevin McKelvey's model#COMMITTEES; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1991
17
0738: Letter to James Sweeney. 1 October, 1991.
Bart, Jonathan (creator)
re: presentation of report entitled: "A Multi-resource Strategy for Conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl"#COMMITTEES; INDUSTRY ALTERNATIVE; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1991
17
0739: Variations on the ISC.. 6 pages.
Hickey, Ross (creator)
#COMMITTEES; HABITAT CONSERVATION AREAS (HCA'S) ; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1991
17
0740: Estimated Rates of Population Change in the Northern Spotted Owl. In: Recovery Plan for the Northern Spotted Owl-Draft. (: ) USDI, Washington, D. C., 11.
Burnham, Kenneth P (creator)
re: technical report for recovery plan#COMMITTEES; DEMOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM; POPULATION ESTIMATES
1991
17
0741: First cut of a review of the Recovery Plan. comments on recovery plan.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
#COMMITTEES; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM
1991
18
0742: Recovery Plan for the Northern Spotted Owl-DRAFT. (Draft report prepared by Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Team) USDI, Washington, D. C. 662 pages.
Bart, Jonathan; Anthony, Robert G; Berg, Melvin; et al. (creator)
Three copies of draft report on fileAMPHIBIANS; BALD EAGLE; BIOLOGY; BLM; #COMMITTEES; DEMOGRAPHY; DESIGNATED CONSERVATION AREAS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; FISHER; GRAY WOLF; GRIZZLY BEAR; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; MANAGEMENT; MARBLED MURRELET; MARTIN; NATIONAL PARKS; NORTHERN GOSHAWK; NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM; POPULATION ESTIMATES; PREY BASE; RECOVERY PLAN; RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS; RIPARIAN ZONES; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; STAND STRUCTURE; STOC MONITORING; SUITABLE HABITAT; T & E SPECIES; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE; US FOREST SERVICE
1992
27
Recovery Plan for the Northern Spotted Owl-DRAFT - Dec. 1991.
Bart, Jonathan; Anthony, Robert G; Berg, Melvin; et al. (creator)
1991
27
Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement on Management of Habitat for Late-Successional and Old-Growth Forest Related Species Within the Range of the Northern Spotted Owl
1993
Map Case
*
0250-0261: Northern Spotted Owl Draft Environmental Impact Statement -- Maps
The maps depict the following alternatives for Oregon, California, and Washington: Alternative A (No Action), Spotted Owl Habitat Areas (SOHAs); Alternative B (Proposed Action), Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) Conservation Strategy; Alternative C, ISC Conservation Strategy Plus Critical Habitat Areas; and Alternative D, ISC Conservation Strategy Plus All Owl Habitat.
1991
*
0262-0276: Northern Spotted Owl Final Environmental Impact Statement -- Maps
The maps accompanied the 1993 report and depict the following alternatives for Oregon, California, and Washington: Alternative A (No Action), Spotted Owl Habitat Areas (SOHAs); Alternative B (Proposed Action), Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC) Conservation Strategy; Alternative C, ISC Conservation Strategy Plus Critical Habitat Units; Alternative D, ISC Conservation Strategy Plus Owl Habitat; and Alternative E, Multi-Resource Strategy.
1992

Series X:  Litigation, 1984-1992Return to Top

1.3 cubic feet, (4 boxes)

Series X consists of documentation pertaining to government policy regarding the spotted owl, the Endangered Species Act, and courtroom proceedings of cases pertaining to the old-growth issue and current management practices. Materials in this series include proposed bills relating to the management and policy of old growth forests in the Northwest, correspondence among lawmakers, government news releases, typed transcripts of written and oral testimony given in court cases, affidavits, appeals of decisions, declarations, and court orders.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
19
0745: Conference Report: H. R. 2788, The Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act for FY 1990. 3 October, 1989. (U. S. Senate)
Hatfield, Mark O (creator)
ammendment applicable to FY 1990 making timber sales on federal land, for managing habitat for Northern Spotted Owls and for minimizing fragmentation of forestLEGISLATIVE BILL; #POLICY; TIMBERSALES
1989
19
0746: Spotted Owl Subcommittee Monitoring Position. enclosure #4.
Anon. (creator)
re: goals of the spotted owl subcommittee#POLICY; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1985
19
0747: Exemptions under the Endangered Species Act. unknown date of publication.
Anon. (creator)
re: standards and regulations regarding exemptions under the Endangered Species ActENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; #POLICY
1984
19
0748: Subchapter C-Endangered Species Exemption Process: general provisions. Federal Register 50 (4), 450-454.
USDI (creator)
Defining the process by which exemptions from the Endangered Species Act can be madeENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; GOD SQUAD; LEGISLATION; #POLICY
1988
19
0749: Evolution of the Spotted Owl Subcommittee. October 1984.
Anon. (creator)
re: standards/guidelines surrounding the formation of the spotted owl subcommitteeCOMMITTEES; #POLICY; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1984
19
0750: Proposed Spotted Owl Subcommittee Long-Term Objectives. April, 1986.
Marcot, Bruce G; Bruce, Charles R (creator)
re:Rolde of SOS in Spotted Owl issueCOMMITTEES; #POLICY; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
19
0751: Interagency service aggreement between Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. 17 April, 1986.
Meslow, E Charles; Tubb, Richard A; Witters, Robert; Denney, Ralph (creator)
re: agreement between agencies for monitoring the spotted owlINTERAGENCY AGREEMENT; OCWRU; OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE; #POLICY
1986
19
0752: Position statement on the biological requirements of the Northern Spotted Owl. 28 March, 1986.
Donaldson, John R (creator)
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE; #POLICY
1986
19
0753: Comments on the SOS long-Term Objectives. 14 April, 1986.
Johnson, Kathy (creator)
re: the guidelines specified in item #750 in filesCOMMENTS; #POLICY; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
19
0754: Region 1 News Release: U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service Invites Information on the Spotted Owl. 18 September, 1987.
USF&WS (creator)
re: Request for relevant data regarding the status of the Northern Spotted Owl#POLICY; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1987
19
0755: Region 1 News Release: Interagency Agreement on Spotted Owl Signed. 8 December, 1987.
USF&WS (creator)
re: agreement between the US Forest Service and the US Fish & Wildlife ServiceINTERAGENCY AGREEMENT; #POLICY
1987
19
0756: Legislative Confrontation of Groupthink in U. S. Natural Resource Agencies. Environmental Conservation 15 (2), 1-8.
Kennedy, James J (creator)
NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT (NEPA) ; #POLICY; US FOREST SERVICE
1988
19
0757: Yeutter and Lujan Announce five-point plan to preserve owl and protect jobs. unknown date.
USDI (creator)
re: administration response to listing of the Northern Spotted OwlDEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR; #POLICY
1989
19
0758: Wildlife in the Act and Rules. 30 June, 1988.
Anon. (creator)
re: Forest Practices act and rulesLEGISLATION; MANAGEMENT; #POLICY
1988
19
0759: Interagency Management Guidelines for the Northern Spotted Owl in Washington, Oregon, and California. (15 April, 1988). 15 pages.
Spotted Owl Subcommittee (creator)
re: development of management guidelines by the Spotted Owl SubcommitteeCOMMITTEES; INTERAGENCY AGREEMENT; #POLICY; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1988
19
0760: Z'Berg-Nejedly Forest Practice Act of 1973. Division 4, Chapter 8, Public Resources code.
Legislature (creator)
re: Forest Practices actFOREST PRACTICES ACT; LEGISLATION; #POLICY
1989
19
0761: Spotted Owl Petition Evaluation Beset by Problems. (Resources, community and economic development division) US General Accounting office, Washington D. C. 22 pages.
General Accounting Office (creator)
ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; #POLICY
1989
19
0762: Department of Agriculture decision on TWS Appeal of Spotted Owl Guidelines. 23 February, 1989. (Wildlife society)
Franklin, Thomas M (creator)
#POLICY
1989
19
0763: 101st Congress 1st session-H. R. 1645: A Bill to permit sales and related activities on National Forest System lands during the 5 year period of study of the status of the Northern Spotted Owl. (23 March, 1989) US legislature, Washington D. C. 9 pages.
Smith, Robert F; Young; Smith, Denny (creator)
LEGISLATIVE BILL; #POLICY; TIMBERSALES; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
19
0764: Letter to Manuel Lujan, Jr. 9 May, 1989.
Smith, Denny (creator)
#POLICY; STOC MONITORING
1989
19
0765: USDA's Forest Service announces national policy on old growth. 1363-89.
USDA (creator)
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE; OLD GROWTH FOREST; #POLICY
1989
19
0766: TWS testimony on old growth forests in the Pacific northwest. 23 June, 1989.
Franklin, Thomas M (creator)
re:testimony to House Agriculture SubcommitteeOLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; #POLICY
1989
19
0767: Letter to Governor Neil Goldschmidt. 1 June, 1989.
Walter, Mary A (creator)
#POLICY
1989
19
0768: Letter to Mike Salsgiver. 20 June, 1989.
Walter, Mary A (creator)
#POLICY
1989
19
0769: Draft Criteria for Evaluating U. S. Forest Service 1989-90 Actions that may affect the Northern Spotted Owl in California.. 46 pages.
USF&WS (creator)
#POLICY
1989
19
0770: Draft Policy on Vertebrate Populations. 6 October, 1989.
USDI (creator)
ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; #POLICY; VERTEBRATE COMMUNITY
1989
19
0771: Comments on Draft policy on Vertebrate Populations. 6 November, 1989.
Weathers, Don et al. (creator)
re: comments on item #770 in filesCOMMENTS; #POLICY
1989
19
0772: Interim Report of the Interagency Spotted Owl Scientific Committee. 14 November, 1989.
Delong, Nancy F (creator)
COMMITTEES; #POLICY
1989
19
0773: Theory of Science's Role in Natural Resources and Environmental Policy-National Parks a Case Study. In: Conference on Business and the environment: Applying Science to environmental policy in Canada and the United States, 3-6 June, 1989 at Lone Mountain Ranch, Big Sky, Montana. (: ) Donner Foundation and the Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment, Big Sky, 27.
Wagner, Frederic H (creator)
NATIONAL PARKS; #POLICY
1989
19
0774: Letter to Marvin Plenert. 20 November, 1989.
Van Vleck, Gordon K (creator)
re:letter from Plenert regarding the formation of an Interagency Spotted Owl Committee, from Governor Deukmejian of CaliforniaCALIFORNIA; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; #POLICY
1989
19
0775: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 5 December, 1989.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
re: time table for the Interagency Scientific CommitteeINTERAGENCY WILDLIFE COMMITTEE; #POLICY
1989
19
0776: Northern Spotted Owl Briefings. 16 October, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
Attach. B containing relevant sections of the Endangered Species Act, chronology of Fish & Wildlife Service events, and information on petition and listing criteriaENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; LISTING PROCESS; #POLICY
1989
19
0777: Forest Service Report to Congress-Implementation of Section 318 of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriation Act for Fiscal Year 1990. (1 December, 1989) USDA, Washington, D. C. 11 pages.
USDA-FS (creator)
progress on implementation of section 318 of the FY 1990 appropriations Act for the USDI#POLICY; TIMBER HARVEST; UNITED STATES CONGRESS; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
19
0778: Forest Service Report to Congress-Implementation of Section 318 of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriation Act for Fiscal Year 1990-second report. (1 January, 1990) USDA, Washington, D. C. 8 pages.
USDA-FS (creator)
LITIGATION; #POLICY; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; US FOREST SERVICE
1990
19
0779: Interagency Spotted Owl Briefing Book: March 15, 1990. (15 March, 1990). (US Fish & Wildlife Service, US Forest Service, National Park Servicem, Bureau of Land Management)
Tilghman, Nancy G; Forsman, Eric D (creator)
BLM; INTERAGENCY AGREEMENT; NATIONAL PARKS; #POLICY; SECTION 318 AMMENDMENT; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE; US FOREST SERVICE
1990
19
0780: Loint Hearing before the subcommittee on forests, family farms, and energy of the committee on agriculture and the subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and the subcommittee on fisheries and wildlife conservation and the environment of the Committee on Merchant Marine andf Fisheries House of Representatives: one hundred first Congress. (serial No. 101-60: Committee on Agriculture) U. S. Government, Washington D. C. 353 pages.
House of representatives (creator)
re: Review of the Implementation of Seciton 318 of the 1990 Interior Appropriations Act: Old-growth forests of the Pacific NorthwestLEGISLATION; LEGISLATIVE HEARING; #POLICY; SECTION 318 AMMENDMENT; UNITED STATES CONGRESS
1990
19
0781: Congressional Hearing Reports-Spotted Owl and 1991 Budget Appropriations. 10 April, 1990.
Klinger, David (creator)
letter and enclosures regarding The Spotted Owl report and the implementation of the Hatfield-Adams ammendment (318)LEGISLATIVE HEARING; #POLICY; SECTION 318 AMMENDMENT
1990
19
0782: A Bill: The Forests and Families Protection Act of 1991. 21 May, 1991.
House of representatives (creator)
re:a bill to provide protection and management of ecologically-significant old growth forest on certain national forest lands and public domain landsLEGISLATIVE BILL; #POLICY
1991
19
0783: Letter to Senator Mark Hatfield. 10 May, 1990.
Rosenberger, Mike (creator)
submittion of questions for the committee's use in upcoming hearings on the Northern Spotted Owl#POLICY; UNITED STATES CONGRESS
1990
19
0784: Letter to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Hearing on the Thomas Interagency Scientific Committee Report on the Northern Spotted Owl. 22 May, 1990.
Goldschmidt, Governor Neil (creator)
re: questions from the governor of Oregon#POLICY; UNITED STATES CONGRESS
1990
19
0785: Questions for the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Submitted by the Oregon Forestry Department. 22 May, 1990.
Oregon Forestry Department (creator)
OREGON FORESTRY DEPARTMENT; #POLICY; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1990
19
0786: Proposed questions for May 23 Hearing on the Thomas Report submitted by the Oregon Forest Industries Council to Senator Mark O. Hatfield. 22 May, 1990.
Oregon Forest Industries (creator)
re: questions for the May 23 hearing of the Thomas ReportLEGISLATIVE HEARING; #POLICY; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1990
19
0787: Letter to Senator Hatfield. 17 May, 1990.
Hampton, John C (creator)
enclosed comments and questions for the 23 May, 1990 hearing regarding the Thomas reportISC REPORT; LEGISLATIVE HEARING; NORTHWEST FOREST RESOURCE COUNCIL; #POLICY
1990
19
0788: Bush joins owl fray but lacks plan. Northwest Letter 10 (13, 2 July), 1-4.
Forrester, Steve (creator)
re: administration's response to the ISC report#POLICY; US GOVERNMENT
1990
19
0789: The Role of Models in the Conservation Strategy. 21 May, 1990.
Anon. (creator)
re: ISC reportECOLOGICAL MODELS; ISC REPORT; #POLICY
1990
19
0790: The Rolde of Data in Conservation Planning., 1-2.
Murphy, Dennis D (creator)
article with unknown sourceINCOMPLETE; CONSERVATION; #POLICY
1990
19
0791: Procedures Leading to Endangered Species Act Compliance for the Northern Spotted Owl. (July 1990) USDI. 15 pages. (US Fish & Wildlife Service, region 1)
USF&WS (creator)
CONSERVATION; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; INCIDENTAL TAKE; ISC REPORT; #POLICY; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1990
19
0792: Notice of intent to sue under section 11 of the Endangered Species Act, 16 U. S. C 1540 (g). 29 June, 1990.
Rutzick, Mark C (creator)
suit on behalf of the northwest forest resource council, associated oregon loggers, Douglas Timber Operators and other timber industriesLAWSUIT; #POLICY
1990
19
0793: H. R. 5116 A Bill: To require the development and consideration of alternatives for the conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl, and for other purposes. 12 July, 1990.
House of representatives (creator)
LEGISLATIVE BILL; #POLICY; UNITED STATES CONGRESS
1990
19
0794: Memo regarding incidental take guidelines justification. 11 July, 1990.
Smith, Robert P (creator)
regarding incidental takeINCIDENTAL TAKE; #POLICY
1990
19
0795: Letter to President George Bush. 7 September, 1990.
Frampton, George T (creator)
re:letter representing the Wilderness Society urging the President to support the isc reportENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; ISC REPORT; #POLICY
1990
19
0796: Memo regarding draft of principles being submitted to Congress. 13 September, 1990.
Franklin, Thomas M (creator)
CONSERVATION; #POLICY
1990
19
0797: Letter to regional foresters, pacific northwest region, pacific southwest region. 21 September, 1990.
Robertson, F Dale (creator)
regarding attach. press release by Yeutter and Lujan announcing plan to balance conservation of spotted owl and economic well-being of familiesCONSERVATION; #POLICY; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; US FOREST SERVICE
1990
19
0798: Public Land Management: Attention to Wildlife is Limited. (GAO/RCED-91-64) U. S. General Accounting Office, Washington, D. C. 51 pages.
Peach, Dexter J (creator)
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE; LAND USE; MANAGEMENT; MINING LAWS; OREGON AND CALIFORNIA RAILROAD ACT (O&C) ; #POLICY; UNITED STATES CONGRESS
1991
19
0799: Letter to Jack Ward Thomas. 22 May, 1991.
Jones, Walter B; De la Garza, Kika; Volkmer, Harold L; Studds, Gerry E (creator)
Committee of Agriculture requesting assistance from J. W. Thomas#POLICY; UNITED STATES CONGRESS
1991
19
0800: Summary of Staff Discussions old growth/spotted owl issues. 23 May, 1991.
House of representatives (creator)
re: summary of house committee meeting#POLICY; UNITED STATES CONGRESS
1991
19
0801: Timber Harvest Levels, Old Growth, and the Northern Spotted Owl. In: House Committee on Agriculture: Statement before the subcommittee on forests, family farms, and energy committee on Agriculture. (Ed: Johnson, Norman K) Oregon State University, Corvallis, 1-2.
Johnson, Norman K (creator)
OLD GROWTH FOREST; #POLICY; TIMBER HARVEST
1991
19
0802: Statement for the record of Mark Rey: executive director American Forest Resource Alliance. In: Subcommittee on Forests, Family Farms, and Energy Committee on Agriculture. (: ) American Forest Resource Alliance, Washington D. C., 1-19.
Rey, Mark (creator)
presented at congressional hearing over H. R. 2463, "the Forest and Families Protection Act of 1991"LEGISLATIVE BILL; LEGISLATIVE HEARING; #POLICY; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1991
19
0803: Application for Exemption from the Requirements of the Endangered Species Act, as amended for Bureau FY 1991 Timber Sales. 11 September, 1991.
Jamison, Cy (creator)
re: exemption from section 7 of Endangered Species Act for BLM timber sales. 2 copies on fileBLM; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; #POLICY
1991
19
0804: Memo regarding threshold determination on application for endangered species act exemption. 1 October, 1991.
Schrote, John S; Sansonetti, Thomas L (creator)
regarding application for exemption submitted by the BLM for timbersales: see item #803 in filesENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; #POLICY; TIMBERSALES
1991
19
0805: Hearing regarding BLM exemption. 13 November, 1991.
Sweitzer, Harvey C (creator)
re:submittal of request for exemption from Endangered Species Act by the BLM, 2 copies on fileBLM; DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; #POLICY
1991
19
0806: Owl Report Roost in House. Journal of Forestry (December), 7.
Hill, Lawrence W (creator)
policy snippets#POLICY; UNITED STATES CONGRESS
1991
19
0807: A Benefit Cost Analysis of the Northern Spotted Owl. Journal of Forestry (December), 25-30.
Rubin, Jonathan; Helfand, Gloria; Loomis, John (creator)
ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT; #POLICY; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS
1991
19
0808: Testimony Prepared for the House Agriculture Subcommittee on Forests, Family Farms, and Energy: Forest Management and Northern Spotted Owls. In: Hearing on "High Quality Forestry". (11 March 1992) (: ), 1-5.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
presented at Hearing on "High Quality Forestry" March 11, 1992ISC REPORT; MANAGEMENT; #POLICY
1992
20
0809: background material for subcommittee hearing: "High Quality Forestry". 5 March, 1992.
Lyons, Jim (creator)
re: upcoming hearing on April 11, 1992; see also item #808LEGISLATIVE HEARING; #POLICY; UNITED STATES CONGRESS
1992
20
0810: Statement of John H. Beuter before the subcommittee of Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the environment committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. In: Bush Administration's response to the Spotted Owl Crisis. (: ), 1-6.
Beuter, John H (creator)
re: statement of Beuter along with USDA supplemental statement concerning the Administration's handling of the spotted owl crisisLEGISLATIVE HEARING; #POLICY; US GOVERNMENT
1992
20
0811: Report of the Secretary of the Interior to the Endangered Species Committee. (related to the Application by the BLM for Exemption from the requirements of section 7 (a) (2) of the Endangered Species Act) United States Government, Washington, D. C.
Lujan, Manuel (creator)
BLM; DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR; ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; LEGISLATIVE HEARING; #POLICY; TIMBERSALES
1992
20
1129: Inquiry into Certain Management Practices of the US Fish & Wildlife Service: Oversight Report of the Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment. (June 1989) U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 19 pages.
House of representatives (creator)
COMMITTEES; #POLICY; UNITED STATES CONGRESS; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
20
1130: Timber Management and Policy. 20 April, 1989.
Plenert, Marvin L (creator)
MANAGEMENT; #POLICY; TIMBER HARVEST; TIMBER INDUSTRY; TIMBERSALES
1989
20
0812: Affidavit of Joseph B. Lint. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife. (Bureau of land management request for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 timber sales) (Ed: Nesbit, Roger W) USDI, Portland.
Lint, Joseph B (creator)
affidavit and cross-examination of Joe LintAFFIDAVIT; BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; POLICY
1991
20
0813: Testimony of W. Ed Whitelaw on behalf of FWS. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife. (Fish and Wildlifement Request for Exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 29.
Whitelaw, W Ed (creator)
testimony presentationBLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; TESTIMONY
1991
20
0814: Testimony of Philip A. Meyer. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land Management Request for Exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 1-14.
Meyer, Philip A (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; POLICY; TESTIMONY
1991
20
0815: Testimony of Richard W. Haynes. In: Bureau of Land Management vs. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (BLM request for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 timber sales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 1-5.
Haynes, Richard W (creator)
Testimony in response to questions propounded by Patrick A. ParenteauBLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; POLICY; TESTIMONY
1991
20
0816: Motion for Discovery. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land Management Request for Exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 1-10.
Rutzick, Mark C (creator)
Intervenors northwest forest resource council, et al. move for an order rrequiring the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service to respond to the attached first se5t of interrogatories, requests for production of documents and requests for admission on or before December 13, 1991COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; NORTHWEST FOREST RESOURCE COUNCIL; POLICY; TIMBERSALES; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
20
0817: Testimony of Gary S. Miller. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land Management Request for exemption under the Endangered Species Act for 44 FY 1991 timbersales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 1-8.
Miller, Gary S (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; TESTIMONY
1991
20
0818: Testimony of E. Charles Meslow. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land Management Request for Exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 1-15.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
3 copies on fileBLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; TESTIMONY
1991
20
0819: Testimony of Theresa Nichols. In: Bureau of Land Management vs. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land Management request for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 1-22.
Nichols, Theresa (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; TESTIMONY
1991
20
0820: Letter to regional leadership team. 28 May, 1991.
Ferraro, Richard A (creator)
re:enclosed decision by Judge Dwyer regarding injunction of 23 May, 1991COURT INJUNCTION; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; WILLIAM L. DWYER
1991
20
0821: Memorandum Decision and Injunction. (case of Seattle Audubon Society, et al. vs. John L. Evans, et al. No. C89-160WD). 35 pages.
Dwyer, William L (creator)
Judge Dwyer's injunction of federal landsCOURT INJUNCTION; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1991
20
0822: Tentative witness and exhibit list for court case of Bureau of Land Management vs. US Fish & Wildlife Service. 2 December, 1991.
Nesbit, Roger W (creator)
attached list of witnesses and exhibits to be used in court case regarding BLM's request for exemption from sect. 7 of the ESABLM; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT
1991
20
0823: BLM's response to PAS' Supplemental Requests for Admission and Related Discovery. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (BLM request for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 timber sales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 1-24.
Nesbit, Roger W (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT
1991
20
0824: Testimony of Jack Ward Thomas in the God Squad hearings. In: God Squad Hearings: Endangered Species Committee-USDI, Office of Hearings and Appeals. (: ), 1-23.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; GOD SQUAD; TESTIMONY
1991
20
0825: Testimony of Ross Mickey. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (BLM request for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 timber sales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 1-12.
Mickey, Ross (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; TESTIMONY; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
20
0826: Matters for Prehearing Conference. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (BLM request for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 timber sales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 1-4.
Sweitzer, Harvey C (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
20
0827: Narration script to the video: "A fragmented landscape". In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (BLM request for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 timber sales) (: ) USDI, Portland, 1-23.
Parenteau, Pat; Meslow, E Charles (creator)
video presented by Parenteau, Meslow and G. Miller for the case-prepared by counsel to the U. S. fish and wildlife service as an exhibitBLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
20
0828: Delaration of Jack Ward Thomas. In: Seattle Audubon Society, et al. vs John L. Evans, et al. (Civil No. C89-160-WD) (: ) USDI, Portland, 3-11.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
Declaration of Thomas in court case of Seattle Audubon Society vs. John L EvansCOURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; ISC REPORT
1991
20
0829: Deposition of Jared Verner. In: Portland Audubon Society, et al. vs Manuel Lufan, Jr., in his official capacity as Secretary, United States Department of Interior. (Civil No. 87-1160-FR) (Ed: Gadberry, Sandi N) United States District Court, Fresno, 183.
Verner, Jared (creator)
COURT CASE:PORTLAND AUDUBON SOCIETY ET AL. VS MANUEL LUJAN; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; DEPOSITION
1991
21
0830: Order Granting Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment and Motion to Compel Designation of Critical Habitat. In: Northern Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis caurina, et al. vs Manuel Lujan, et al. (Civil No. C88-5732) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-20.
Zilly, Thomas S (creator)
COURT CASE:NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL VS MANUAL LUJAN; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1991
21
0831: BLM motion to exclude videotape designated as FWS exhibit 28. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land Management application for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 timber sales) (: ) USDI-Office of hearings, Portland, 1-8.
Nesbit, Roger W (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; COURT PROCEEDINGS; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1992
21
0832: Update 9 May, 1991. In: Seattle Audubon Society et al. vs John L. Evans et al. (: ), 1-2.
Anon. (creator)
brief update on case eventsCOURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1991
21
0833: Rebuttal Testimony of Erick G. Campbell. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land manangement application for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI-Office of hearings, Portland, 1-4.
Campbell, Erick G (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; TESTIMONY; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
21
0834: Affidavit of John W. Hazard. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land manangement application for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI-Office of hearings, Portland, 1-7.
Hazard, John W (creator)
AFFIDAVIT; BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
21
0835: Testimony of Steven R. Hillebrand. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land manangement application for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI-Office of hearings, Portland, 1-4.
Hillebrand, Steven R (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; TESTIMONY; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1992
21
0836: FWS Preliminary list of witnesses and exhibits. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land manangement application for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI-Office of hearings, Portland.
Parenteau, Pat (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; COURT PROCEEDINGS; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
21
0837: Testimony of Ronald R. Sadler. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land manangement application for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI-Office of hearings, Portland, 1-18.
Sadler, Ronald R (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; TESTIMONY; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
21
0838: Statements in testimony by BLM and AFRC and responses by FWS. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land manangement application for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI-Office of hearings, Portland, 1-27.
Smith, E Linwood (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; COURT PROCEEDINGS; TESTIMONY; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
21
0839: Testimony of Larry L. Irwin. In: Bureau of Land Management vs U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (Bureau of Land manangement application for exemption under the endangered species act for 44 FY 1991 Timber Sales) (: ) USDI-Office of hearings, Portland, 1-30.
Irwin, Larry L (creator)
BLM; COURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; TESTIMONY; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1991
21
0840: Deposition of Barry Stuart Mulder. In: Headwaters, Inc. vs Bureau of Land Management. (Civil No. 89-6016) (: ) United States District Court, Portland, 68-229.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
COURT CASE: HEADWATERS VS BLM; COURT PROCEEDINGS; DEPOSITION
1989
21
0841: Opinion by Judge Goodwin of the Ninth Circuit court of appeals. In: Portland Audubon Society vs Manuel Lujan Jr., in his official capacity as Secretary, United States Department of Interior. (No. 89-35337, D. C. No. CV 87-1160-FR) (: ) United States District Court, Portland, 1-23.
Goodwin, Judge (creator)
COURT CASE:PORTLAND AUDUBON SOCIETY ET AL. VS MANUEL LUJAN; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
21
0842: Testimony on occurence of Northern Spotted Owls in the Olympic National Park. In: U. S. Fish and Wildlife Hearing on Proposed Listing. (: ) USDI, Olympia, 1-14.
O'Donnell, Jim (creator)
#COURT PROCEEDINGS; HEARING ON PROPOSED LISTING; TESTIMONY
1989
21
0843: Transcript of Proceedings: Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants. In: U. S. Fish and Wildlife Hearing on Proposed Listing. (No. 50 CFR part 17) (: ) USDI, Olympia, 1-22.
Michie, Bob; Rowland, Melanie (creator)
#COURT PROCEEDINGS; HEARING ON PROPOSED LISTING; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL
1989
21
0844: Comments on proposal to list the Northern Spotted Owl as a threatened species. In: U. S. Fish and Wildlife Hearing on Proposed Listing. (17 August, 1989) (Ed: Petty, Peter) USDI, Redding, CA, 32-248.
Self, Steven E (creator)
comments from public in CaliforniaCALIFORNIA; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; HEARING ON PROPOSED LISTING; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL
1989
21
0845: Transcript of Proceedings: Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants. In: U. S. Fish and Wildlife Hearing on Proposed Listing. (50 CFR Part 17) (: ) USDI, Eugene, OR, 157-161.
Vincent, David (creator)
#COURT PROCEEDINGS; HEARING ON PROPOSED LISTING; OREGON; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL
1989
21
0846: Defendants' reply to SAS memorandum in opposition to Forest Service's motion to modify preliminary injunction. In: Seattle Audubon Society vs F. Dale Robertson. (Civil No. 89-160WD) (: ) United States District Court, Washington, D. C..
Dwyer, William L (creator)
COURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
21
0847: Judgment. In: Northern Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis caurina, et al. vs Donald Hodel, et al. (Civil No. C88-573Z) (: ) United States District Court, 2.
Zilly, Thomas S (creator)
COURT CASE: NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL VS DONALD HODEL; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
21
0848: Appeal of the Decision of Regional Forester Paul Barker to Approve the Tahoe National Forest Plan and EIS. (Appeal by Natural Resources Defense Council) Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco. 21 pages.
Edelson, David; Yassa, Sami (creator)
APPEAL OF DECISION; CALIFORNIA; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL
1990
21
0849: Declaration of Mark C. Rutzick. In: Northern Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis caurina et al. vs Donald Hodel, in his official capacity as Secretary of the Interior. (Civil No. C88-573Z) (: ) United States District Court, Portland, 1-2.
Rutzick, Mark C (creator)
see also item #546 in files which was presented as an exhibit for this case entitled: "An Active Process for Conservation of Northern Spotted Owls" by Larry IrwinCOURT CASE: NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL VS DONALD HODEL; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; TESTIMONY
1990
21
0850: Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief. In: Northcoast Environmental Center et al. vs Paul Barker. (Civil No. S-90-1250) (: ) United States District Court, Arcata, 1-18.
Krueger, David S (creator)
includes exhibits from caseCOURT CASE:NORTHCOAST ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER VS BARKER; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; LAWSUIT
1990
21
0851: Deposition of Jack Ward Thomas. In: Portland Audubon Society, et al. vs Manuel Lujan, Jr. (Civil No. 87-1160-FR) (Ed: Beovich, Charlene) United States District Court, Portland, 1-213.
Thomas, Jack Ward (creator)
COURT CASE:PORTLAND AUDUBON SOCIETY ET AL. VS MANUEL LUJAN; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; DEPOSITION
1991
22
0852: Declaration of Russel Lande in support of SAS' motion for summary judgement. In: Seattle Audubon Society, et al. vs F. Dale Robertson. (Civil No. C89-160WD) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-21.
Lande, Russell (creator)
COURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; LANDE'S MODEL
1989
22
0853: Declaration of Mark S. Boyce. In: Northwest Forest Resource Council vs. F. Dale Robertson. (Civil No. 89-136 FR) (: ) United States District Court, Portland, 4.
Boyce, Mark S (creator)
also included are exhibits-Cirriculum vitae and list of publicationsCOURT CASE: NORTHWEST FOREST RESOURCE COUNCIL VS F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; NORTHWEST FOREST RESOURCE COUNCIL
1989
22
0854: Viable Populations of Spotted Owls for Management of Old-Growth Forests in the Pacific Northwest. (part of exhibit in Boyce declaration). 12 pages.
Boyce, Mark S; Irwin, Larry L (creator)
submitted as part of declarationINCOMPLETE; COURT CASE: NORTHWEST FOREST RESOURCE COUNCIL VS F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
22
0855: Brief: Spotted Owl Lawsuit-reopening of Status Review. chronological briefing of issue.
Anon. (creator)
re:outline of strategy regarding lawsuit by Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund#COURT PROCEEDINGS; LAWSUIT; SIERRA CLUB
1988
22
0856: Declaration of Wally Steucke. In: Northern Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis caurina, et al. vs Donald Hodel, et al. (Civil No. C88-573Z) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-6.
Steucke, Wally (creator)
COURT CASE: NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL VS DONALD HODEL; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1988
22
0857: Letter to Charles P. Raynor. 30 November, 1988.
Dunkle, Frank (creator)
re:Reply to Raynor regarding decision of Judge Zilly ordering the USF&WS to provide revised analysis of decision on the spotted owl listing decision#COURT PROCEEDINGS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL
1988
22
0858: Letter to Frank Dunkle. 30 November 1988.
Raynor, Charles P (creator)
re: regarding course of action following decision of Judge Zilly on 17 November#COURT PROCEEDINGS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL
1988
22
0859: Order of Remand. In: Northern Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis caurina, et al. vs Donald Hodel et al. (Civil No. C88-573Z) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-10.
Zilly, Thomas S (creator)
COURT CASE: NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL VS DONALD HODEL; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1988
22
0860: Order. In: Northern Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis caurina, et al. vs Donald Hodel et al. (Civil No. C88-573Z) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-3.
Zilly, Thomas S (creator)
COURT CASE: NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL VS DONALD HODEL; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
22
0861: Memo of the Northwest Forest Resource Council regarding plaintiffs' motion for order compelling defendants to propose critical habitat. In: Northern Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis caurina, et al. vs Donald Hodel et al. (Civil No. C88-573Z) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-22.
Rutzick, Mark C (creator)
COURT CASE: NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL VS DONALD HODEL; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; NORTHWEST FOREST RESOURCE COUNCIL
1990
22
0862: Declaration of Gordon Orians in support of SAS' motion for summary judgement. In: Seattle Audubon Society vs F. Dale Robertson. (Civil No. C89-160WD) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-8.
Orians, Gordon (creator)
COURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
22
0863: Declaration of Daniel Doak in support of SAS' motion for summary judgement. In: Seattle Audubon Society vs F. Dale Robertson. (Civil No. C89-160WD) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-10.
Doak, Daniel (creator)
COURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
22
0864: Declaration of Alan Franklin in support of SAS' motion for summary judgement. In: Seattle Audubon Society vs F. Dale Robertson. (Civil No. C89-160WD) (: ) United States District Court, Arcatat, 1-4.
Franklin, Alan B (creator)
COURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
22
0865: Declaration of Harold Salwasser in support of SAS' motion for summary judgement. In: Seattle Audubon Society vs F. Dale Robertson. (Civil No. C89-160WD) (: ) United States District Court, Washington, D. C., 1-6.
Salwasser, Harold J (creator)
COURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
22
0866: Order Lifting Stay, Consolidating Motion to Modify Preliminary Injunction with Final Hearing, and Making other Decisions. In: Seattle Audubon Society vs F. Dale Robertson. (Civil No. C89-160WD consolidated with No. C89-99TWD) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-13.
Dwyer, William L (creator)
COURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
22
0867: Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief. In: Seattle Audubon Society vs F. Dale Robertson. (Civil No. C89-160WD) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-22.
Sher, Victor M; True, Todd D (creator)
COURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; COURT INJUNCTION; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
22
0868: Effects of Timber Sales in Spotted Owl Habitat-Oregon BLM lands. Proposed Noon Testimony.
Noon, Barry R (creator)
unknown court case#COURT PROCEEDINGS; TESTIMONY
1992
22
0869: In: (: ), 322-799.
Lande, Russell (creator)
INCOMPLETE; #COURT PROCEEDINGS; TESTIMONY
1989
22
0870: Order on Motion for Stay. In: Seattle Audubon Society, et al. vs F. Dale Robertson. (Civic No. 160WD) (: ) United States District Court, Seattle, 1-5.
Dwyer, William L (creator)
consolidated with No. C89-00 TWDCOURT CASE:SEATTLE AUDUBON VS. F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989
22
0871: Letter to Regional director. 16 December, 1988.
Dunkle, Frank (creator)
re: asking for assistance to respond to spotted owl litigation#COURT PROCEEDINGS; LITIGATION
1988
22
0872: Letter to spotted owl team and advisors. 18 December, 1988.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:analysis of spotted owl data#COURT PROCEEDINGS; MEETING AGENDA; SPOTTED OWL LISTING TEAM
1988
22
0873: Letter to the director of the US Fish & Wildlife Service in Washington, D. C. 12 December, 1988.
Anon. (creator)
re:spotted owl lawsuit-analysis of 1987 record#COURT PROCEEDINGS; LAWSUIT; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1988
22
1131: Notice of Appeal. In: Northwest Forest Resource Council vs F. Dale Robertson. (: ), Portland, 38.
Rutzick, Mark C (creator)
APPEAL OF DECISION; COURT CASE: NORTHWEST FOREST RESOURCE COUNCIL VS F. DALE ROBERTSON; #COURT PROCEEDINGS
1989

Series XI:  Newspaper Articles, 1987-1992Return to Top

0.35 cubic foot, (2 boxes)

Series XI consists of packets of newspaper articles regarding the spotted owl that were assembled by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Public Affairs Office. Many of the articles were published in the Oregonian.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
22
0874: Packet of newsclippings. Newspaper articles 1987.
Kadera, Jim (creator)
articles dating from July 2, 1987-December 9, 1987#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1987
22
0875: Packet of Newspaper clippings. newspaper articles-1989.
Vukelich, Dan (creator)
assorted articles from January/February 1989#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1989
22
0876: News Clippings from Region One. assembled by Public Affairs Office os the Fish & Wildlife Service.
Durbin, Kathie; Hayakawa, Alan R (creator)
Assorted Newsclippings regarding the Spotted Owl from Region 1 of the US Fish & Wildlife Service#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
22
0877: Packet of Newsclippings from 1989. Newsclippings-1989.
Loftus, Bill (creator)
Assorted Newsclippings dating 2/89-4/89#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1989
22
0878: News Clippings from Region 1. Clippings assembled by Public Affairs Office from region 1.
Jennings, Ralph (creator)
Assorted articles on various topics#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE; OREGON; RIPARIAN ZONES; T & E SPECIES; WASHINGTON STATE; WETLANDS
1989
22
0879: Packet of Newsclippings. News clippings-1989.
Strycker, Lisa (creator)
Assorted articles from October 1989-early 1990#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1989
22
0880: Newsclippings from Region 1 Office. Assorted articles assembled by Public Affairs Office-Portland.
Blumenthal, Les (creator)
articles dating 9/89-11/89#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1989
23
0881: News Clippings of Interest. Articles assembled by Public Affair's Office, Region 1 US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Rude, Kathleen (creator)
assorted clippings dating from 5/90#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1990
23
0882: News Clippings from Region 1. Articles assembled by Public Affair's Office of Region 1 US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Postrel, Dan (creator)
Assorted articles dating 3/90-5/90#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1990
23
0883: News Clippings from Region 1. Assorted clippings assembled by Arlene Ducret of Region 1 US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Schaefer, David; Nogaki, Sylvia (creator)
assorted articles dating 6/90-7/90#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1990
23
0884: Packet of News Clippings from Oregonian. Assorted articles-1991.
Mapes, Jeff (creator)
Articles dating 6/91-7/91#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1991
23
0885: News Clippings of interest from Region 1. Articles assembled by Public Affairs Office of US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Titone, Julie (creator)
Articles dating 3/91-6/91#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1991
23
0886: News Clippings of interest from Region 1. Assorted articles assembled by Public Affair's Office of US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Reinhold, Robert (creator)
assorted articles dating 7/91-8/91#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1991
23
0887: Packet of News Clippings. Assorted articles-1991.
Ulrich, Roberta (creator)
articles dating 9/91-10/91#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1991
23
0888: Articles of interest from region 1. Assorted articles assembled by Public Affair's Office of US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Mapes, Jeff (creator)
Articles 8/91-9/91#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1991
23
0889: Articles from Oregonian. Assorted articles-1991.
Durbin, Kathie (creator)
articles dating 12/91#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1991
23
0890: Packet of news clippings from the Oregonian. Assorted articles-1992.
Durbin, Kathie (creator)
Articles dating January 1992#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1992
23
0891: News Clippings of interest from region 1. Assorted articles assembled by Public Affair's Office of US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Meier, Barry (creator)
Articles dating 1/92-2/92#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1992
23
0892: News Clippings of Interest from Region 1. Assorted articles assembled by Public Affair's Office of US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Lauter, David (creator)
Articles dating from 12/92-1/93#NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1992

Series XII:  Silviculture, 1978-1991Return to Top

0.3 cubic foot, (1 box)

Series XII consists of published and unpublished reports relating to current silvicultural techniques employed in forest management, as well as proposed "new forestry” techniques. The reports were prepared by scientists and researchers in both the public and private sector.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
24
0893: Spotted Owl Habitat Conservation Areas by Watersheds: Scenarios for addressing the economic implications of the Conservation Strategy. 1988.
Anon. (creator)
HABITAT CONSERVATION AREAS (HCA'S) ; ISC REPORT; #SILVICULTURE
1988
24
0894: An Ecological Characterization of Old-Growth Forests of the Ashland Resource Area and Their Potential Management as Spotted Owl Habitat.. 10 pages.
Lewis, Robert A; Pierle, Robert (creator)
Report requested by the BLM Ashland Resource AreaBIODIVERSITY; BLM; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; HABITAT COMPOSITION; ORGANON MODEL; #SILVICULTURE
1990
24
0895: End of the Ancient Forests. (Special Report on National Forest Plans in the Pacific Northwest) Wilderness Society. 13 pages.
The Wilderness Society (creator)
AGE CLASS; FOREST INVENTORY; MT. BAKER-SNOQUALMIE NF; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; OLYMPIC NF; #SILVICULTURE; SISKIYOU NF; WILLAMETTE NF
1988
24
0896: The Ecological Values of Old-Growth Forests.. 5 pages. (University of Washington)
Orians, Gordon (creator)
OLD GROWTH FOREST; #SILVICULTURE
1988
24
0897: Old-Growth Forests: responses to some commonly-asked questions about old-growth Douglas Fir. (Report prepared for Congressional briefing and Governor's Office staffers), Portland. 6 pages.
Spies, Thomas A (creator)
ARTIFICIAL DEVELOPMENT OF OLD GROWTH; BIODIVERSITY; ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE; ECOLOGY; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; #SILVICULTURE
1991
24
0898: National Forest Volume Under Contract. May 1989.
Hampton, John C; Shields, William M; Geisinger, James C (creator)
Cirriculum Vitae of authors and several graphsLAND USE; NATIONAL FOREST LAND; OREGON; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0899: Introduction. In: Adaptive Management of Renewable Resources. (Ed: Walters, Carl) Macmillan Publishing Company, London, 1-10. (Institute of Animal Resource Ecology-University of British Columbia)
Walters, Carl J (creator)
ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT; #SILVICULTURE
1986
24
0900: Silvicultural Practices in Environmentally Sensitive Areas.. 11 pages.
Lewis, Robert A; Brush, Lewis (creator)
AERIAL LOGGING; AGE STRUCTURE; DOUGLAS FIR; MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES; ORGANON MODEL; PONDEROSA PINE; #SILVICULTURE; SISKIYOU NF
1989
24
0901: Old-Growth Forests and Wildlife Management. In: Primer Simposium Internacional de Fauna Silvestre, May 1985, Mexico City. (Ed: The Wilderness Society) The Wilderness Society, Mexico, 619-629.
Meslow, E Charles; Mannan, William R (creator)
BIODIVERSITY; DOUGLAS FIR; INDICATOR SPECIES; OLD GROWTH COMMUNITY; OLD GROWTH FOREST; SERAL STAGE; #SILVICULTURE
1985
24
0902: Review of the Wilderness Society's Old Growth Status Report. (critique of the Wilderness Society report-Old Growth Status Report) Northwest Forestry Association, Portland. 6 pages.
Northwest Forestry Association (creator)
FOREST INVENTORY; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0903: Spotted Owls, Old Growth, and The Economy of the Northwest. (May 1989) Northwest Forest Resource Council, Portland. 67 pages. (Associated Oregon Loggers, Douglas Timber Operators, and other forest industry groups)
Northwest Forest Resource Council (creator)
LITIGATION; LOG EXPORTING; NATIONAL FOREST LAND; NORTHWEST FOREST RESOURCE COUNCIL; POLICY; #SILVICULTURE; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER HARVEST; TIMBER INDUSTRY; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS; TIMBER REVENUE; TIMBER SUPPLY
1989
24
0904: H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest Reference Stand System: Establishment and Use History. (Bulletin No. 12-Coniferous Forest Biome, Ecosystem Analysis Studies) University of Washington, Seattle. 51 pages.
Hawk, GM; Franklin, Jerry F; McKee, WA; Brown, RB (creator)
DOUGLAS FIR; HJ ANDREWS EXPERIMENTAL FOREST; LAND USE; OLD GROWTH FOREST; #SILVICULTURE; SLOPE ASPECT; SOIL CONDITIONS; VEGETATION STRUCTURE; WESTERN HEMLOCK
1978
24
0905: Commission on Old Growth Alternatives for Washington's Forest Trust Lands. Final Report ed. (Submitted to Brian Boyle) Washington State Department of Natural Resources Council. 40 pages.
Claeys, Maurice; Belcher, Jennifer; Yeary, Glenn; et al. (creator)
3 copies on fileECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE; LAWSUIT; LITIGATION; LOG EXPORTING; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; POLICY; #SILVICULTURE; TIMBER DEMAND; TIMBER SUPPLY; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
24
0906: Looking Beyond the Owls and the Logs: The Relationships Between Oregon's Forests and its Economy. (A White Paper-Economic Policy Institute Northwest) Economic Policy Institute Northwest, Eugene. 14 pages.
Whitelaw, W Ed; Niemi, Ernest G (creator)
JOB DISPLACEMENT; LOG EXPORTING; #SILVICULTURE; TIMBER INDUSTRY; TIMBER REVENUE; TIMBER SUPPLY
1989
24
0907: Old Growth/Timber Supply Interim solution. (Unpublished proposal submitted for forest summit). 6 pages.
Leonard, Bob (creator)
INCOMPLETE; FRAGMENTATION; #SILVICULTURE; TIMBER SUPPLY
1989
24
0908: Alternative Silvicultural Systems--West: A Perspective from the Douglas-Fir Region. (Draft: 27 July, 1989). 24 pages.
DeBell, Dean (creator)
HABITAT COMPOSITION; LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY; ROTATION; #SILVICULTURE; STAND STRUCTURE
1989
24
0909: Letter to the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment. 10 August, 1989.
Gorte, Ross W (creator)
letter preface to report requested by the House Committee analyzing the economic impacts of protecting the Northern Spotted Owl#SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0910: Economic Impacts of Protecting the Northern Spotted Owl. (Submitted to House Committee of the United States Congress) U. S. Government, Washington, D. C. 33 pages. (Specialist in Natural Resources Policy-Environment and Natural Policy Division)
Gorte, Ross W (creator)
FEDERAL LAND; IMPACTS OF PROTECTING SPOTTED OWL; LITIGATION; #SILVICULTURE; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER DEMAND; TIMBER REVENUE; TIMBER SUPPLY
1989
24
0911: Examples of Stand and Landscape-Level Management Strategies for Ecological or New Forestry. DRAFT II ed.. 130 pages.
Franklin, Jerry F (creator)
Draft of report dated 26 September, 1989LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY; NEW FORESTRY; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0912: CRS Issue Brief: Spotted Owls and the Timber Industry. (Congressional Research Service: Order Code IB89077) U. S. Government, Washington, D. C. 15 pages.
Corn, M Lynne (creator)
3 copies on fileBLM; ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; FEDERAL LAND POLICY AND MANAGEMENT ACT; LITIGATION; NATIONAL FOREST MANAGEMENT ACT (NFMA) ; POLICY; #SILVICULTURE; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
24
0913: Old Growth Timber: A View From Above. (White Paper). 3 pages. (Erickson Air-Crane Company, Medford, Or)
Whittenbury, Clive G (creator)
White paper on Management and conflict over old growth timberAERIAL LOGGING; NEW FORESTRY; OLD GROWTH FOREST; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0914: PROPOSAL. 20 June, 1989.
Anon. (creator)
re:Draft of phase-in of land management proposals, untitled, undatedISC REPORT; #SILVICULTURE; TIMBER HARVEST; TIMBER SUPPLY
1990
24
0915: South Valley West Resource Area. 1989 Soma.
Anon. (creator)
Unknown graphs without date or source#SILVICULTURE; SOMAS
1987
24
0916: Delineation of age-class in Gale Creek/Marten Creek Area. BLM lands only...
Anon. (creator)
INCOMPLETE; BLM; MAP; #SILVICULTURE
1980
24
0917: New Spotted Owl Research Examines Effects of Fragmentation on BLM Lands in Western Oregon. Foresty/Wildlife Management Program News 3 (10), 1-2.
Anon. (creator)
FRAGMENTATION; NCASI; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0918: NCASI Research findings will be used as part of comments to U. S. fish and wildlife service decision-making for proposed listing of Northern Spotted Owl. Foresty/Wildlife Management Program News 3 (8), 1-4. (National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc (NCASI) )
NCASI (creator)
NCASI; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0919: Creating Habitat for Spotted Owls in Managed Forests is Topic for Field Tour in Western Oregon. Foresty/Wildlife Management Program News 3 (9), 1-4.
NCASI (creator)
NCASI; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0920: NCASI wildlife program completes literature-review on wildlife in managed forests in the state of Washington. Foresty/Wildlife Management Program News 3 (6), 1-4.
NCASI (creator)
NCASI; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0921: Survey finding Spotted Owls on Private Forestlands in Northern California. Foresty/Wildlife Management Program News 3 (7), 1-4.
NCASI (creator)
FLAMMULATED OWL; LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY; OTUS FLAMMEOLUS; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0922: Bureau of Land Management/NCASI Cooperative Spotted Owl Study Begins. Foresty/Wildlife Management Program News 4 (4), 1-4.
NCASI (creator)
BLM; GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM; MARBLED MURRELET; NCASI; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0923: Annual Report of NCASI Forestry/Wildlife Management research program is distributed. Foresty/Wildlife Management Program News 1 (2), 1-4.
NCASI (creator)
NCASI; #SILVICULTURE
1987
24
0924: National council reaches mid-point of two-year study of wildlife environmental management planning in pacific northwest national forests. Foresty/Wildlife Management Program News 1 (1), 1-4.
NCASI (creator)
EXTINCTION; GRIZZLY BEAR; INDICATOR SPECIES; #SILVICULTURE
1987
24
0925: Useless Yew Aids Cancer Fight., 1.
Yew (creator)
unknown source and unknown dateINCOMPLETE; PACIFIC YEW; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0926: Protecting Biodiversity in Multiple-use Lands: Lessons from the U. S. Forest Service. Tree 4 (12), 384-388.
Wilcove, David S (creator)
BIODIVERSITY; INDICATOR SPECIES; #SILVICULTURE; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
24
0927: Toward a New Forestry. American Forests (November), 37-44.
Franklin, Jerry F (creator)
HJ ANDREWS EXPERIMENTAL FOREST; NEW FORESTRY; #SILVICULTURE; SNAG RETENTION
1989
24
0928: Economic Effects of Implementing a Conservation Strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl. (compiled and prepared by US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management) USDA. 61 pages.
USDI (creator)
BLM; ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS; INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; JOB DISPLACEMENT; #SILVICULTURE; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER REVENUE; US FOREST SERVICE
1990
24
0929: Letter to Martha Pagel. 1 March, 1991.
Wyatt, George l (creator)
re:Social Impacts from Timber Harvest ReductionECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS; #SILVICULTURE; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER HARVEST
1991
24
0930: Estimating Prelogging Old-Growth in the Pacific Northwest: Reconstructing age structure from the 1933 survey. Journal of Forestry (October), 25-29.
Booth, Douglas E (creator)
AGE STRUCTURE; FIRE MANAGEMENT; FOREST INVENTORY; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; NATIONAL FOREST LAND; #SILVICULTURE
1991
24
0931: Analysis of the final report or the commission on old growth alternatives for Washington's forest trust land-impacts on the Northern Spotted Owl. (draft dated 29 August, 1989). 6 pages.
Smitch, Curt (creator)
MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES; OLD GROWTH FOREST; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0932: Accuracy of Economic Impact Analyses: An appraisal for foresters. Journal of Forestry 87 (8, August), 27-32.
Schuster, Ervin G; Medema, Lee E (creator)
ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0933: What Constitutes an Old-Growth Stand. Journal of Forestry 87 (8, August), 33-35.
Hunter, Malcolm L (creator)
AGE STRUCTURE; DOUGLAS FIR; OLD GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0934: The Owl Complex. Journal of Forestry 87 (8, August), 37-40.
Blondin, A Renee (creator)
#SILVICULTURE; TIMBER VS. OWLS
1989
24
0935: Spotted Owls in the Rockies. Journal of Forestry 87 (8, August), 41-45.
Fox, Richard; Rhea, Barry (creator)
COLORADO; HOME RANGE; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0936: Book Review of øSecrets of the Old-Growth Forest'. Journal of Forestry 87 (8, August), 46-51.
Gregg, N Taylor (creator)
Reivew of text written by David Kelly, 128pp. Peregrine Smith Books, P. O. Box 667, Salt Lake City, UT 84041. 1988. $29. 95OLD GROWTH FOREST; #SILVICULTURE
1989
24
0937: Old-Growth Forests in the Pacific Northwest: A postion of the Society of American Foresters. Journal of Forestry 87 (8, August), 59.
SAF (creator)
#SILVICULTURE; TIMBER INDUSTRY INTERESTS
1989
24
0938: Preliminary Reconstruction and Analysis of Change in Forest Stand Age Classes of the Oregon Coast Range from 1850-1940. (USDI-BLM technical report #9217/October 1991) USDI, Portland. 10 pages.
Teensma, Peter DA; Rienstra, John T; Yeiter, Mark A (creator)
BLM; COAST RANGE; FIRE MANAGEMENT; HISTORICAL INFORMATION; #SILVICULTURE
1991
24
0939: Forest Stand Age Classes Oregon Coast Range, 1850-1940. BLM..
BLM (creator)
MAP; #SILVICULTURE
1991
24
0940: Conservation and Change. In: New Perspective Conference, Roanoke, Virgiania, December 3, 1991. (: ) Eco-Watch, 1-7.
Sadler, Russell (creator)
CONSERVATION; ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS; #SILVICULTURE; SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS; TIMBER VS. OWLS
1991

Series XIII:  Timber Sale Plans, 1988-1991Return to Top

0.1 cubic foot, (1 box)

Series XIII documents timber sales throughout the Pacific Northwest, including reports, a wildlife and stand inventory, and an assessment of the impact of timber cuts.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
24
0941: Letter to state director of the BLM. 19 September, 1991.
Plenert, Marvin L (creator)
response to request for explanation of the jeopardy biological opinions on the proposed fiscal year 1991 Bureau of Land Management Timber SalesBLM; #TIMBERSALES
1991
24
0942: Memorandum: Biological Opinions for the FY 1991 Timber Sales. USDI, Portland. 40 pages.
Plenert, Marvin L (creator)
BIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT; #TIMBERSALES
1991
24
0943: Spotted Owl Conference Report: Three Temples Timber Sale..
Director (creator)
comments on various timber sales proposed by the BLMINCOMPLETE; #TIMBERSALES; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
24
0944: Draft Criteria for the review of timber sales. 26 June, 1989.
Michols, T (creator)
re:criteria drafted by US Fish & Wildlife Service for reviewing timbersalesPROTOCOL; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0945: Letter to Tom L. Thompson. 9 August, 1989.
Peterson, Russell D (creator)
re:response to request from Siuslaw forest supervisor for formal conference on 31 individual sales on the Siuslaw National ForestSIUSLAW NF; #TIMBERSALES; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
24
0946: Letter to Tom L. Thompson. 1 August, 1989.
Peterson, Russell D (creator)
SIUSLAW NF; #TIMBERSALES; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1989
24
0947: Northern Spotted Owl Draft Criteria: Used in review of 1989-90 Timber Sales. (Presented to J. W. Thomas Scientific Committee on 16 October, 1989). 3 pages.
Tweten, R (creator)
INTERAGENCY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (ISC) ; SILVICULTURE; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0948: Timber Sale Schedule FY 1988 thru FY 1993: Olympic National Forest. USDA.
USDA-FS (creator)
Five Year timber sales schedule for districts on the Olympic National ForestOLYMPIC NF; #TIMBERSALES
1988
24
0949: Brief summary of information sent to USFWS concerning FY 90 timber sales. summary report.
Hall, Phillip (creator)
BLM; ROSEBURG BLM; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0950: Review of Eugene Blm district-Timber Management Program. 13 May, 1989.
Thomas, Charlie (creator)
EUGENE BLM; FOREST INVENTORY; SOMAS; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0951: South Yager Yarder Timber Harvesting Plan. (Report for the Pacific Lumber Company) Department of Forestry, Scotia.
Stephens, Robert (creator)
CALIFORNIA; SILVICULTURE; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0952: Letter to Len Theiss. 25 July, 1989.
Stephens, Robert (creator)
re:proper mitigation to protect wildlife in a proposed timbersale#TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0953: South Fork Yager Creek Stream Survey: Preliminary report. (submitted to the Pacific Lumber Company-Scotia, Ca).
Wroble, James (creator)
PRIVATE LAND; PRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0954: Wildlife Assessment. (report prepared for Pacific Lumber Co). 6 pages.
Kerns, Steven J (creator)
Assessment of the diversity of wildlife in area slated for harvest by private timber companyBIODIVERSITY; MARBLED MURRELET; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0955: Memorandum-5400 Forest Practice regulation and timber taxation..
Allardice, John R (creator)
Review session of timbersale plan presented by R. Stephens and Gary Stacy for the Pacific Lumber Co. in CaliforniaCALIFORNIA; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0956: Letter to William T. Imboden. 14 June, 1989.
Hummel, John (creator)
re:proposed timbersale in Yager Creek area by the Pacific Lumber CoPRIVATE LAND; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0957: Letter to California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. 14 June, 1989.
Stephens, Robert (creator)
PRIVATE LAND; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0958: Timber Harvesting Plan. (Prepared by Eel River Sawmills, Inc). 17 pages.
Kleiner, William E (creator)
PRIVATE LAND; PRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; #TIMBERSALES
1989
24
0959: Environmental Analysis for THP 1-89-230. (Prepared by Eel River Sawmills). 88 pages.
Elliot, Henry W (creator)
BIODIVERSITY; PRIVATE LAND; PRIVATE TIMBER CO. REPORTS; SILVICULTURE; SOIL CONDITIONS; #TIMBERSALES
1989

Series XIV:  Protocol and Standard Procedure, 1983-1991Return to Top

0.1 cubic foot, (1 box)

Series XIV documents the standardization of techniques for data collection in spotted owl projects, including calling surveys, confirmation of nesting, and capture techniques.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
25
0960: Interim Guidelines for surveying proposed timber harvest activities for spotted owls. guidelines for timber harvest survey.
Anon. (creator)
PAIR STATUS; #PROTOCOL; STOC MONITORING; SURVEY METHODS
1990
25
0961: Northern Spotted Owl Database-Data Entry Manual.. 58 pages.
BLM (creator)
#PROTOCOL; STOC DATABASE
1988
25
0962: User Guide to Lists of Federally listed, federal candidate, and sensitive species in Washington, Oregon, and California by Habitat Conservation Area (Thomas report boundaries) and by county. Species list.
Anon. (creator)
list compiled by unknown author using information provided by US Fish & Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, and Natural Heritage Data basesCALIFORNIA; HABITAT CONSERVATION AREAS (HCA'S) ; OREGON; #PROTOCOL; WASHINGTON STATE; WILDLIFE DATABASE
1990
25
0963: Methods and Materials for Locating and Studying Spotted Owls. (USDA-FS: General Technical Report PNW #162) USDA-FS. 9 pages.
Forsman, Eric D (creator)
BARRED OWL; CAPTURING SPOTTED OWLS; MOUSING; NESTING HABITAT; NOOSE POLE; OWL PELLETS; #PROTOCOL; RADIO TRANSMITTERS; STOC MONITORING; SURVEY METHODS; TREE CLIMBING
1983
25
0964: Copy of proposed spotted owl protocol. 16 June, 1986.
Swanson, Fred B (creator)
Prefaced by letter from Fred SwansonBANDING STUDY; COLOR-CODE BANDING SCHEME; DEMOGRAPHY; #PROTOCOL
1986
25
0965: Letter to Mark Brown, et al. 14 September, 1987.
Miller, Gary S (creator)
re:Standardization of data collection#PROTOCOL; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY
1987
25
0966: Comments on second draft of Interagency Management Guidelines for the Northern Spotted Owl in Washington, Oregon, and California. 18 September, 1987.
Tilghman, Nancy G; Noon, Barry R (creator)
Comments on guidelines#PROTOCOL; SOHAS
1987
25
0967: Spotted Owl Inventory and Monitoring Handbook. USDA-FS. 13 pages.
Allen, Harriet L; Solis, David; et al. (creator)
Also attached is an addendum dated 25 May, 1988BIOLOGY; FIELD EQUIPMENT; MOUSING; PAIR STATUS; #PROTOCOL; STOC MONITORING; VOCALIZATIONS
1988
25
0968: Wildlife Research Plan. (Second review draft) Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, Portland. 48 pages.
Bright, Larry; Marshall, David B (creator)
BIODIVERSITY; LAND OWNERSHIP; NONGAME SPECIES; OREGON; OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE; POLICY; #PROTOCOL
1989
25
0969: Organizing Spotted Owl Survey Data by Sites: Washington Department of Wildlife-Spotted Owl Database. 19 May, 1989.
Potter, Ann E (creator)
#PROTOCOL; STOC DATABASE; WASHINGTON STATE
1989
25
0970: Optimal Sampling for Radiotelemetry Studies of Spotted Owl Habitat and Home Range. (Research paper-PNW-RP-416) USDA-FS. 18 pages.
Carey, Andrew; Horton, Scott P; Reid, Janice A (creator)
COAST RANGE; EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN; HABITAT SELECTION; HOME RANGE; INDEPENDENT DATA VALUES; OREGON; #PROTOCOL; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY
1989
25
0971: Discussion draft: Inventory and Monitoring Framework. 9 November, 1990.
O'Halloran, Kathy (creator)
#PROTOCOL; STOC MONITORING
1990
25
0972: Draft Spotted Owl Survey Guidelines. US Fish & Wildlife Service, Portland. 23 pages.
Miller, Gary S (creator)
Draft and final copy includedNESTING STATUS; OWL ACTIVITY CENTER; PAIR STATUS; #PROTOCOL; REPRODUCTIVE STATUS; STOC MONITORING; TERRITORIAL SINGLE OWL; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE
1990
25
0973: Radio Telemetry Methods for Studying Spotted Owls in the Pacific Northwest. (PNW report-GTR-272) USDA-FS. 43 pages.
Guetterman, JH; Burns, Joseph A; Reid, Janice A (creator)
AGE CLASS; CAPTURING SPOTTED OWLS; FIELD EQUIPMENT; MOLT; NOOSE POLE; OWL PELLETS; PERMITS; #PROTOCOL; RADIO TRANSMITTERS; ROOST PREFERENCE; TELEMETRY TECHNIQUES
1991
25
0974: Guidelines for Surveying Proposed Management Activities that may impact Northern Spotted Owls. (7 March, 1991). 16 pages.
USF&WS (creator)
MOUSING; NESTING STATUS; PAIR STATUS; #PROTOCOL; REPRODUCTIVE STATUS; STOC MONITORING; VOCALIZATIONS
1991
25
0975: Suitable Spotted Owl Habitat Definition: Gis mapping. 1 March, 1991.
Johnson, Wayne J (creator)
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM; #PROTOCOL
1991
25
0976: Flowchart for determining stands that meet spotted owl habitat requirements. U. S. Forest Service-Mt. Hood district.
Huff, Robert (creator)
#PROTOCOL; US FOREST SERVICE
1991
25
0977: Coordination of spotted owl survey efforts that overlap other land ownerships. 9 April, 1991.
Johnson, David H (creator)
LAND OWNERSHIP; OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE; #PROTOCOL
1991
25
0978: Draft Disturbance Guidelines for Northern Spotted Owls in Oregon. 22 May, 1991.
Johnson, David H (creator)
NESTING STATUS; #PROTOCOL; WILDLIFE DISTURBANCE
1991
25
0979: Technical Review US Fish & Wildlife Service Guidelines. 22 May, 1991.
Anon. (creator)
unknown author, unknown date: sent by Dave Hays to E. Charles MeslowINCIDENTAL TAKE GUIDELINES; #PROTOCOL
1991
25
0980: Letter to McKenzie Area manager. 20 December, 1988.
Thomas, Charlie (creator)
#PROTOCOL; STOC DATABASE
1988
25
0981: Letter to all western Oregon biologists. memo.
Bown, Robin (creator)
unknown date#PROTOCOL; STOC DATABASE
1989
25
0982: Letter to district manager, Roseburg. For 1990 RMP report.
Anon. (creator)
re:Data Organization and Reference Document Development for Spotted Owls for the 1990 RMP#PROTOCOL
1988

Series XV:  Miscellaneous, 1972-1993Return to Top

0.5 cubic foot, (2 boxes)

Series XV consists primarily of newspaper articles, meeting agendas, and correspondence between project organizers pertaining to project goals and schedules.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
25
0983: Events that would Trigger Review of Spotted Owl Management Plan. 1986.
Holthausen, Richard (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; SOMP-SPOTTED OWL MANAGEMENT PLAN
1986
25
0984: Letter to State Directors, California and Oregon. 30 August, 1972.
Edwards, Frank A (creator)
re:Timber harvest as it affects Spotted Owl Habitat#MISCELLANEOUS
1972
25
0985: Letter to Spencer H. Smith. 26 September, 1972.
McGuire, John R (creator)
re:reply to memorandum of August 18#MISCELLANEOUS
1972
25
0986: Letter to regional forester of region 6. 2630 Habitat.
USDA (creator)
unknown source, author, and date, but appears to be referring to previous letter addressed to Spencer Smith: see item # 985 in files#MISCELLANEOUS
1972
25
0987: Outline of Remarks by Mark Boyce. #16: Review of FS SEIS viability models.
Boyce, Mark S (creator)
unknown exact date, approx. 1989DENSITY DEPENDENCE; ECOLOGICAL MODELS; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS) ; LESLIE REGRESSION MODEL; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
0988: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 29 October, 1985.
Samson, Fred B (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1985
25
0989: Odd Couple of Suburbia. Natural History (June), 1-7.
Gehlbach, Frederick R (creator)
The female eastern screech owl and her more diminutive mate are among the breeding couples of the suburbsEASTERN SCREECH OWL; #MISCELLANEOUS; OTUS ASIO
1986
25
0990: Letter to Jared Verner. 18 April, 1986.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
re:an article in the Corvallis Audubon (attach) regarding the Spotted owl and juvenile survival ratesJUVENILE MORTALITY; #MISCELLANEOUS
1986
25
0991: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 6 May, 1986.
Swanson, Fred B (creator)
re:Thanks to Gary Miller#MISCELLANEOUS
1986
25
0992: Letter to Andrew Carey. 6 May, 1986.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
re:review of a study plan dated 3 April, 1986COMMENTS; #MISCELLANEOUS
1986
25
0993: Letter to Andy Carey. 12 May, 1986.
Ruggiero, Leonard F (creator)
re:coordination of Spotted Owl project in Oregon#MISCELLANEOUS
1986
25
0994: Letter to Bill Neitro. 7 May, 1986.
Carey, Andrew (creator)
re:radio transmitter#MISCELLANEOUS; RADIO TRANSMITTERS
1986
25
0995: Letter to Ralph Denney. 20 May, 1986.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1986
25
0996: Letter to Gordon R. Staker. 27 May, 1986.
Carey, Andrew (creator)
re:Potential Conflicts among user of radiotelemetry#MISCELLANEOUS; RADIO TELEMETRY STUDY
1986
25
0997: Letter to William Luscher. 18 June, 1986.
Hayward, R Dennis (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1986
25
0998: Letter to Andy Carey. 30 July, 1986.
Gutiérrez, Ralph J (creator)
re:preliminary draft of the landsat habitat paper#MISCELLANEOUS
1986
25
0999: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 8 September, 1986.
Carey, Andrew (creator)
re:collection of specimens for gene study#MISCELLANEOUS
1986
25
1000: Letter to Tom Juelson. 3 November, 1986.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
re:acceptance of appointment to the Spotted Owl Subcommittee#MISCELLANEOUS; SPOTTED OWL SUBCOMMITTEE (SOS)
1986
25
1001: Letter to Andy Carey. 23 December, 1986.
Hepnar, Michael (creator)
re:problems with radio transmitter#MISCELLANEOUS; RADIO TRANSMITTERS
1986
25
1002: Interagency Grizzly Bear Guidelines. USDA.
USDA (creator)
Only the interagency structure and signed agreement in enclosed, the body of the report is missingINCOMPLETE; GRIZZLY BEAR; #MISCELLANEOUS; URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS
1987
25
1003: Genetics and the Conservation of Grizzly Bears. Tree 1 (4, October), 88-89.
Allendorf, Fred W; Servheen, Chris (creator)
GENETICS; GRIZZLY BEAR; #MISCELLANEOUS; URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS
1986
25
1004: Genetically Effective Population Size of Large Mammals: An Assessment of Estimators. Cons. Biol. 3 (2, June), 181-191.
Harris, Richard B; Allendorf, Fred W (creator)
ECOLOGICAL MODELS; GENETICS; GRIZZLY BEAR; #MISCELLANEOUS
1988
25
1005: The Management of the Grizzly Bear on Private Lands: Some Problems and Possible Solutions. In: Bear-People Conflicts-Proceedings of a symposium on Management strategies (1989). Northwest Territories Department of Renewable Resources. (Ed: Bromley, Marianne) Department of renewable resources, Yellowknife, 195-200.
Servheen, Chris (creator)
GRIZZLY BEAR; MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS
1989
25
1006: Dynamics of a grizzly bear population during a period of industrial resource extraction. I. Density and age-sex composition. can. j. zool. 67, 1856-1860.
McLellan, Bruce N (creator)
GRIZZLY BEAR; #MISCELLANEOUS; POPULATION DYNAMICS
1988
25
1007: Dynamics of a grizzly bear population during a period of industrial resource extraction. III. Natality and rate of increase. can. j. zool. 67, 1865-1868.
McLellan, Bruce N (creator)
GRIZZLY BEAR; #MISCELLANEOUS
1988
25
1008: Dynamics of a grizzly bear population during a period of industrial resource extraction. II. Mortality rates and causes of death. can. j. zool. 67, 1861-1864.
McLellan, Bruce N (creator)
GRIZZLY BEAR; #MISCELLANEOUS; URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS
1988
25
1009: Grizzly Bears and Resource-Extraction Industries: Effects of Roads on Behavior, Habitat Use and Demography. Journal of Applied Ecology 25, 451-460.
McLellan, Bruce N; Shackleton, DM (creator)
GRIZZLY BEAR; #MISCELLANEOUS; URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS
1988
25
1010: Grizzly Tracks..
IGBC (creator)
report of the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee Activities during 1988INCOMPLETE; GRIZZLY BEAR; #MISCELLANEOUS
1988
25
1011: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 17 March, 1987.
Ruggiero, Leonard F (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1987
25
1012: Letter to Charles Meslow. 14 July, 1988.
Friesen, Cheryl A (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1988
25
1013: The Spotted Owl Fracas: Mixing Adademic, Applied, and Political Ecology. Ecology 68 (4), 772.
Simberloff, Daniel (creator)
ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS; GENETICS; #MISCELLANEOUS; STOCHASTICITY
1987
25
1014: The Political Economy of the Spotted Owl. Ecology 68 (4), 772-776.
Dixon, Kenneth R; Juelson, Tom (creator)
ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS; #MISCELLANEOUS; POLICY; TIMBER HARVEST
1987
25
1015: Spotted Owls: Turning a Battleground into a Blueprint. Ecology 68 (4), 776-779.
Salwasser, Harold J (creator)
MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; POLICY
1987
25
1016: Letter to Richard Tubb. 26 August, 1987.
Emmons, Lori (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1987
25
1017: Miscellaneous phone conversations. 9 September, 1987.
Loughlin, Maureen (creator)
conversations with Harriet Allen, Rich McDonald, Tom Hamer, and Eric Forsman#MISCELLANEOUS; PHONE CONVERSATION
1987
25
1018: Public Lands Management and the fate of the Spotted Owl. Am. birds 41 (3), 361-367.
Wilcove, David S (creator)
BIOLOGY; ECOLOGY; MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; POLICY; T & E SPECIES; TIMBER VS. OWLS
1987
25
1019: Letter to Maureen Loughlin. 9 September, 1987.
Miller, Gary S (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1987
25
1020: Letter to Maureen Loughlin. 21 September, 1987.
Miller, Gary S (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1987
25
1021: Letter to Dr. George Barrowclough. 17 September, 1987.
Gore, Jay (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1987
25
1022: Letter to Maureen Loughlin. 28 September, 1987.
Hamer, Thomas E (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1987
25
1023: Letter to Dave Jones. 16 October, 1987.
Gore, Jay (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1987
25
1024: Letter to Jay Gore. 20 October, 1987.
Evans, Herbert O (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1987
25
1025: Five Year Plan: Draft. 11 September, 1987.
Carey, Andrew (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1987
25
1026: Comments to Gus McCutcheon and Charlie Phillips. 15 November, 1987.
Cisco, Chuck (creator)
re:Proposed network guidelines for the Wenatchee National ForestENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; #MISCELLANEOUS
1987
25
1027: Memorandum to Director of the US Fish & Wildlife Service. 17 December, 1987.
USF&WS (creator)
US Fish & Wildlife Service decision that listing of the Spotted Owl as threatened was unwarrantedENDANGERED SPECIES ACT; #MISCELLANEOUS; PETITION TO LIST
1987
25
1028: Agenda for the Spotted Owl RD&A Annual Review of Research, Inventory, and Monitoring Activities. 18-20 January, 1988.
Anon. (creator)
MEETING AGENDA; #MISCELLANEOUS
1988
25
1029: Letter to Charles Meslow. 12 May, 1988.
Carey, Andrew (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1988
25
1030: Letter to Charles Meslow. 19 December, 1988.
Walstad, John D (creator)
requesting comments on book entitled: Natural and Prescribed Fire in Pacific Northwest Forests#MISCELLANEOUS
1988
25
1031: Letter to Barry Mulder. 16 February, 1989.
Meslow, E Charles (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1032: A Petition to List the Coastal Population Of the Western Snowy Plover as Threatened. 11 March, 1989.
Myers, JP; Cummins, Eric B; et al. (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; PETITION TO LIST; SNOWY PLOVER; T & E SPECIES
1989
25
1033: Letter to J. P. Myers of the National Audubon Society. 12 July, 1989.
USDI (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; PETITION TO LIST
1989
25
1034: Letter requesting assistance on Spotted Owl litigation. 20 December, 1988.
Riley, David (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; STATUS REVIEW
1988
25
1035: Letter to Regional Director, Regions 2 and 8. 16 December, 1988.
Anon. (creator)
request for assistance in Spotted Owl litigation#MISCELLANEOUS
1988
25
1036: Memorandum to Jay Gore, Charles Meslow, et al. 29 December, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1988
25
1037: Letter to Frank Dunkle. 3 August, 1987.
Sher, Victor M; Stahl, Andy (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; PETITION TO LIST
1987
25
1038: Memo to team members. 6 January, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:upcoming meeting on 1/9-1/13MEETING AGENDA; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1039: Letter to Spotted Owl Subcommittee members. 6 January, 1989.
Haight, William I (creator)
re: Meeting in Portland on 1/11MEETING AGENDA; MEETING MINUTES; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1040: Spotted Owl Meeting: Roseburg Oregon; 8 February, 1989. 8 February, 1989.
Neitro, William (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1041: Letter to Spotted Owl Status Review Team. 10 February, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; STATUS REVIEW
1989
25
1042: Memorandum to Spotted Owl Status Review Team. 23 February, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:spotted owl litigationLITIGATION; #MISCELLANEOUS; STATUS REVIEW
1989
25
1043: Memorandum to Assistant Regional Director, Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Region 1. 27 February, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:Spotted Owl litigation and Status Review ScheduleLITIGATION; #MISCELLANEOUS; STATUS REVIEW
1989
25
1044: Letter to Spotted Owl Review Team. 10 March, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:Spotted Owl litigation:March 13-17 MeetingLITIGATION; #MISCELLANEOUS; STATUS REVIEW
1989
25
1045: Memorandum to the Spotted Owl Review Team. 20 March, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:Spotted Owl litigation and Project completionLITIGATION; #MISCELLANEOUS; STATUS REVIEW
1989
25
1046: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 24 March, 1989.
Gale, Robert (creator)
re:Telephone conversation with Meslow on 16 March, 1989 with Norman Barrett#MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1047: Memorandum to Spotted Owl Status Review team. 30 March, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:Spotted Owl litigation, final draft reviewLITIGATION; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1048: Memorandum to Spotted Owl Status Review team. 7 April, 1989.
Mulder, Barry S (creator)
re:Spotted Owl litigation-Final Review#MISCELLANEOUS; STATUS REVIEW
1989
25
1049: Letter to Bill Haight. 18 April, 1989.
Kleen, Mike (creator)
re:A recent news brief released by the Pacific Lumber Company in California#MISCELLANEOUS; PRIVATE INDUSTRY
1989
25
1050: Bureau of Land Management US Fish & Wildlife Service Timber Sale Conference; 8 June, 1989. BLM.
Kaufman, Ron; Walter, Bob; Thomas, Charles L (creator)
Includes sign up sheet for those attending conference in addition to overview of spotted owl management on the districtBLM; MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; TIMBER HARVEST; TIMBERSALES
1989
25
1051: Letter to Marvin Plenert. 23 June, 1989.
Franklin, Thomas M (creator)
re:Requesting involvement in the spotted owl interdisciplinary discussion group#MISCELLANEOUS; WILDLIFE SOCIETY
1989
25
1052: Letter to members of the Spotted Owl Status Review Team. 11 August, 1989.
USF&WS (creator)
re:The freedom of information act, specifically with regard to a request for infomration from the Sierra Club#MISCELLANEOUS; SIERRA CLUB
1989
25
1053: Letter to Marvin Plenert. 3 August, 1989.
Stahl, Andy (creator)
re: request for documents filed pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act.#MISCELLANEOUS; SIERRA CLUB
1989
25
1054: Spotted Owl habitat session: Willamette National Forest Wildlife Biologist Meeting, July 18, 1989. Present Guidelines.
USDA-FS (creator)
HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; #MISCELLANEOUS; RIPARIAN ZONES; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
25
1055: Rare owl a hoot in Sacramento. Outdoor California 50 (4, July/August), 13.
Rosen, David K (creator)
re:Spotted owl seen in SacramentoCALIFORNIA; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1056: Wildlife Associated with Old-Growth Forests in the Pacific Northwest. Natural Areas Journal 9 (3, July), 151-161.
Carey, Andrew (creator)
Old-growth Douglas Fir forests provide habitat for many species. Prior to 1982, information on which species might actually depend on old growth for their continued existence in the Douglas-fir forests of western Oregon and Washington was lacking.AMPHIBIANS; BATS; CAVITY NESTERS; FLYING SQUIRRELS; GLAUCOMYS SABRINUS; INDICATOR SPECIES; #MISCELLANEOUS; OLD GROWTH FOREST; OLYMPIC SALAMANDER; RED TREE VOLES; SMALL MAMMALS; SONG BIRDS
1989
25
1057: Is the Owl Really Threatened? Oregon Business (August), 54-62.
Chadsey, Phillip D (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; TIMBER VS. OWLS
1989
25
1058: Letter to Mike Kerrick. 29 August, 1989.
Peterson, Russell D (creator)
re:US Fish & Wildlife Service comments on six sales which occur on the Willamette National ForestCOMMENTS; #MISCELLANEOUS; US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE; WILLAMETTE NF
1989
25
1059: Letter to Marvin Plenert. 6 September, 1989.
Murray, Gil (creator)
re:information sent to be entered as part of the record for the decision wheter or not to list the spotted owlCOMMENTS; #MISCELLANEOUS; PRIVATE INDUSTRY; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL
1989
25
1060: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 8 September, 1989.
Lake, Edward T (creator)
re:spotted owl activities#MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1061: Integrating Timber and Wildlife Management in the PNW: Challenges and Opportunities. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 1.
Franklin, Jerry F (creator)
MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1062: Incentives for Managing Biodiversity. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 3-4.
Irwin, Larry L (creator)
BIODIVERSITY; MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1063: Implications of Landscape Concepts for the Management Biodiversity. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 5-6.
Noss, R (creator)
BIODIVERSITY; INDICATOR SPECIES; LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1064: Vegetation Patterns in Natural and Managed Forests. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 7-8.
Anthony, Robert G (creator)
BIODIVERSITY; MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; STAND STRUCTURE
1989
25
1065: Wildlife response to within stand patterns. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 9-11.
Peterson, J; Hansen, A (creator)
ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT; HABITAT REQUIREMENTS; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1066: Wildlife response to Stand Type. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 14-18.
Raphael, Martin G (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; SERAL STAGE; STAND STRUCTURE
1989
25
1067: Wildlife response to landscape features. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 19-27.
Hansen, A (creator)
FRAGMENTATION; LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1068: Riparian Zones as Habitat and Movement Corridors. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 28-32.
McComb, William C (creator)
DISPERSAL; #MISCELLANEOUS; RIPARIAN ZONES
1989
25
1069: Regional Patterns of Wildlife Abundance in Pacific Northwest Forests. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 33-43.
Aubry, K (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1070: Case Studies: Integrating Timber and Wildlife Management in the Real World. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 44-46.
Rochelle, J (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; PRIVATE INDUSTRY; SILVICULTURE
1989
25
1071: Tillamook State Forest. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 47-48.
Labhart, M (creator)
MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; OREGON
1989
25
1072: Drain Resource Area, Roseburg BLM district. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 49-51.
Hayes, L (creator)
BLM; #MISCELLANEOUS; ROSEBURG BLM
1989
25
1073: Alsea District, Siuslaw National Forest. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 53-55.
DaLuz, M (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; SIUSLAW NF
1989
25
1074: Strategies for Maintaining wildlife diversity in Managed Forests. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 56-60.
Hemstrom, M (creator)
BIODIVERSITY; FRAGMENTATION; MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; ROTATION
1989
25
1075: Management of Plantation Structure and Composition. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 61-65.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; SILVICULTURE
1989
25
1076: Implications of Three Alternative Timber Harvest Patterns for Wildlife Diversity in the PNW. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 66-76.
Lemkuhl, J (creator)
MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; SILVICULTURE
1989
25
1077: Implications of Three Alternative Timber Harvest Patterns for other resources: Forest regeneration and wood production. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 77-78.
Hibbs, D (creator)
MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; SILVICULTURE
1989
25
1078: Implications of Three Alternative Timber Harvest Patterns for other resources: Hydrology, Erosion, and Fisheries. In: Wildlife Diversity and Landscape Patterns in Northwest Coastal Forests: A workshop 14-15 September, 1989; Newport, OR. (Ed: Hansen, A), Newport, 79-82.
Grant, G; Gregory, S (creator)
FISHERIES; MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS; SILVICULTURE
1989
25
1079: TMO meeting: Presentation by Regional Forester Paul F. Barker. Auburn, California; 18 September, 1989.
Barker, Paul F (creator)
CALIFORNIA; #MISCELLANEOUS; US FOREST SERVICE
1989
25
1080: Northern Spotted Owl Highlights of Weekly Activities. 19 September, 1989.
USF&WS (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; RESPONSE TO LISTING PROPOSAL
1989
25
1081: Bird Conservation: Establishing Priorities. Birdscope 3 (1), 1-3.
Butcher, Greg (creator)
CONSERVATION; ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS; #MISCELLANEOUS
1989
25
1082: Letter to Kent Mays. 27 September, 1989.
Verner, Jared (creator)
re:racial distinction between California Spotted and Northern Spotted OwlsCALIFORNIA; GENETICS; #MISCELLANEOUS; STRIX OCCIDENTALIS OCCIDENTALIS
1989
25
1083: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 12 September, 1989.
Franklin, Thomas M (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; US FOREST SERVICE; WILDLIFE SOCIETY
1989
26
1084: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 2 October, 1989.
Gould, Gordon I (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1989
26
1085: Timber/Spotted Owl Meeting. 8 November, 1989.
USF&WS (creator)
re: agenda for meeting#MISCELLANEOUS
1989
26
1086: Letter to Kay Franzreb, Dave Anderson, Chuck Meslow. 10 November, 1989.
Edwards, Thomas C Jr (creator)
re:Random thoughts and impressions after our first meeting#MISCELLANEOUS
1989
26
1087: Letter to Barry S. Mulder. 22 November, 1989.
Franklin, Alan B (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1989
26
1088: Letter to Barry S. Mulder. 12 December, 1989.
Johnson, Ned K (creator)
GENETIC VARIATION; GENETICS; #MISCELLANEOUS; STRIX OCCIDENTALIS OCCIDENTALIS
1989
26
1089: Patterns of distribution and abundance of small mammals in old and second-growth Douglas-fir stands in the Oregon Cascades. (Quarterly report). 1-3 pages.
Anthony, Robert G; Rosenberg, Daniel K (creator)
HJ ANDREWS EXPERIMENTAL FOREST; MAMMAL TRAPPING; #MISCELLANEOUS; OREGON; SMALL MAMMAL DENSITIES
1989
26
1090: Agenda RD&A Meeting. 24-25 January, 1990; Portland, OR.
USF&WS (creator)
MEETING AGENDA; #MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1091: Letter to Gordon I. Gould Jr. 26 January, 1990.
Anderson, David R (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1092: Letter to David Anderson. 31 January, 1990.
Gould, Gordon I (creator)
in response to letter sent by David Anderson dated 26 January, 1990. see item #1091 in files#MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1093: Letter to all listing team members. 5 February, 1990.
Franzeb, Kathleen (creator)
MEETING AGENDA; #MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1094: Effects on Carbon Storage of Conversion of Old-Growth Forests to Young Forests. Science 247, 699-702.
Harmon, Mark E; Ferrell, William K; Franklin, Jerry F (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; OLD GROWTH FOREST
1990
26
1095: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 26 February, 1990.
Humphries, Amelia (creator)
re:request for information regarding old growth forests by a member of a community interested in putting a halt to fragmentation on the island on which they live#MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1096: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 27 February, 1990.
Hennon, Paul (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1097: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 20 March, 1990.
Franzeb, Kathleen (creator)
COMMENTS; #MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1098: Memo to E. Charles Meslow. 22 March, 1990.
Corcoran, Thom L (creator)
MEETING AGENDA; #MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1099: Letter to A. Grant Gunderson. 10 May, 1990.
Gould, Gordon I (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1100: Memo to J. Thomas and other. 5 July, 1990.
Mays, Kent (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1101: Risk Analysis for the Concho Water Snake. Endangered Species Update 6 (10), 19-26.
Soule, Michael E (creator)
ENDANGERED SPECIES; #MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1102: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 24 August, 1990.
Helbok, Miriam (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; SPARRED OWL
1990
26
1103: Thomas Says state overestimates job losses. Oregonian.
Durbin, Kathie (creator)
Oregonian article#MISCELLANEOUS; NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
1990
26
1104: Memo to Spotted Owl RD&A Technical Group. 24 August, 1990.
Marcot, Bruce G (creator)
MEETING AGENDA; #MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1105: Notes SO Technical Group Coordination Meeting: 10-12 September. Portland, OR.
Gunderson, G (creator)
MEETING MINUTES; #MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1106: Letter to Marnie Albritten. 17 September, 1990.
Euler, David (creator)
re: release of an injured unreleasable spotted owl to the Owl Rehabilitation Research Foundation; in Ontario, Canada#MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1107: Spotted Owl Seminar Notes. 24 October, 1990.
Anon. (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1990
26
1108: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 25 March, 1991.
Tilghman, Nancy G (creator)
re:updating Spotted Owl slide sets#MISCELLANEOUS
1991
26
1109: Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants; proposed threatened status for the Marbled Murrelet in Washington, Oregon and California. 20 June, 1991.
USF&WS (creator)
LISTING PROCESS; MARBLED MURRELET; #MISCELLANEOUS
1991
26
1110: Federally listed, Federal candidate, and sensitive species on federal lands in California by Habitat Conservation Area (HCA's). 1991.
Anon. (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS; T & E SPECIES
1991
26
1111: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 3 May, 1991.
Johnson, Norman K (creator)
re:Meeting scheduled for 31 May through 1 June, 1991MEETING AGENDA; #MISCELLANEOUS
1991
26
1112: Vegetation Resource Exam, Pacific Northwest Region. (9 June, 1991).
USDA-FS (creator)
re: reference handbook prepared by the forest serviceINCOMPLETE; #MISCELLANEOUS; US FOREST SERVICE
1991
26
1113: Saving Nature, but only for Man. Time (17 June), 82-83.
Krauthammer, Charles (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1991
26
1114: Technical Workshop on Other Species and ecosystem issues in recovery planning for the Northern Spotted Owl. 8 August, 1991.
Anthony, Robert G (creator)
MEETING AGENDA; #MISCELLANEOUS
1991
26
1115: Letter to Russell D. Peterson. 5 September, 1991.
Nelson, Kim S (creator)
re: proposed listing of the marbled murreletCOMMENTS; LISTING PROCESS; MARBLED MURRELET; #MISCELLANEOUS
1991
26
1116: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 11 October, 1991.
Lewis, Robert A (creator)
#MISCELLANEOUS
1991
26
1117: Letter to E. Charles Meslow. 22 November, 1991.
Mellen, Kim (creator)
re:meeting to discuss EIS viability ratingENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS) ; MEETING MINUTES; #MISCELLANEOUS; VIABLE POPULATIONS
1991
26
1118: Letter to Jerald N. Hutchins. 24 December, 1991.
Wilcove, David S (creator)
re:comments on the draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)COMMENTS; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS) ; #MISCELLANEOUS
1991
26
1119: Ethical Questions for Resource Managers. (General technical report #GTR-288) USDA-FS, Washington, D. C. 39 pages.
Reeves, Gordon H; Bottom, Daniel L; Brookes, Martha H (creator)
ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS; ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS; FISHERIES; MANAGEMENT; #MISCELLANEOUS
1992
26
1120: Governor Barbara Roberts News Release. 18 February, 1992.
Roberts, Barbara (creator)
re:Roberts says state opposes BLM ExemptionCOURT CASE:BLM VS USF&WS; GOD SQUAD; #MISCELLANEOUS
1992
26
Viability Assessments and Management Considerations for Species Associated with Late-Successional and Old-Growth Forests of the Pacific Northwest: The Report of the Scientific Analysis Team
1993

Series XVI:  Maps, 1988-1992Return to Top

Container(s): Map-case *

0.1 cubic foot, (1 map folder)

Series XVI consists of items 241-249 and includes a 1988 map of suitable owl habitat in the Olympic National Forest, a 1991 map of demographic study areas in Oregon, and maps of inventoried areas of national forests in Arizona and New Mexico and of management alternatives A-D for the Mexican Spotted Owl Draft Environmental Impact Statement for New Mexico and Arizona prepared in 1992.

Series XVII:  Original News Articles, 1974-1992Return to Top

Container(s): Box 26

0.1 cubic foot folder, (1 folder)

Series XVII consists of news articles pertaining to the spotted owl published in newspapers and magazines.

Series XVIII:  Spotted Owl Record Index, 1989Return to Top

Container(s): Box 26

0.1 cubic foot, (1 folder)

Series XVIII consists of additional copies of documentation pertaining to the spotted owl issue.

Series XIX:  Meslow and Forsman Manuscripts and Publications, 1975-1987Return to Top

Container(s): Box 48

0.3 cubic foot, (1 box)

Series IX consists of manuscripts and publications by E. Charles Meslow and Eric Forsman on the spotted owl and includes an annotated bibliography on the spotted owl prepared by Forsman and others in 1984.

Series XX:  Additional STOC Files, 1969-1990,   (bulk 1986-1989) Return to Top

Container(s): Box 28-48

6.3 cubic feet, (21 boxes)

The Additional STOC Files consist primarily of published reports, theses, journal articles, and annual research reports from the Spotted Owl Research, Development, and Application Program as well as transcripts of court testimony relating to the study and litigation process involving the protection of the Spotted Owl. Many of these reports, such as the Forest Service’s environmental impact statements and BLM’s status review reports and supplements, may be duplicated in other series. The series also includes meeting minutes of the Spotted Owl Recovery Team and an index to the administrative record for the revised finding on the northern spotted owl listing petition in 1989.