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Examples Of Results And Discussion In A Research Paper
Forest Service Research Data Archive
The Library has most of the report series issued by the U. S Forest Service, but they can be a little tricky to find. Most are in "series" e. Each series title has been given a call number as shown below. If the item you need is from before , it will be in the compact shelving on the first floor. Yes, and the library has many of the reports produced by these agencies.
Western larch Larix occidentalis , a deciduous conifer, is also called tamarack and western tamarack; less commonly used names are hackmatack, mountain larch, and Montana larch It is largest of the larches and is the most important timber species of the genus. Western larch is used for lumber, fine veneer, poles, ties, mine timbers, and pulpwood. Western larch grows in the Upper Columbia River Basin of northwestern Montana, northern and west central Idaho, northeastern Washington, and southeastern British Columbia; along the east slopes of the Cascade Mountains in Washington and north-central Oregon; and in the Blue and Wallowa Mountains of southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon. Western larch grows in a relatively moist-cool climatic zone, with low temperature limiting its upper elevational range and deficient moistures its lower extremes
Each year the Forest Service collaborates with scientists from partner institutions to write and publish thousands of peer reviewed publications in hundreds of scientific journals plus books, conference proceedings, and Forest Service reports. Each of these scholarly publications are available for free in the Treesearch collection of publications, now offering over 39, full text documents. Each publication comes with an abstract, citation information, and a link to download the full text document. Explore these fascinating data at the FIA website.