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 NORTHWEST SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION

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

2023 Annual meeting

will be a joint meeting of the

Northwest Scientific Association 

Pacific Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Northwest Lichenologists

March 21-24 at Western washingtoN University


See the preliminary program announcement on our Annual Meeting page

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Mission Statement: We are a network of professional and amateur scientists from diverse disciplines that provides support and a forum for research and education relevant to the environment and resource management of northwestern North America. To accomplish our mission, the association publishes a quarterly journal, convenes an annual scientific meeting, and awards student research grants.

Since 1923, the NWSA has existed for the purpose of promoting scientific research and disseminating scientific knowledge. Our annual meetings are held throughout the Pacific Northwest and provide an opportunity to share recent findings and foster collaborative interactions.

NWSA publishes four issues of Northwest Science each year. A peer reviewed journal, Northwest Science is an outlet for original papers on wide ranging topics in the natural sciences, including anthropology, aquatic biology, botany, ecology, fisheries, forestry, geology, geography, hydrology, soils, wildlife biology, and zoology. The geographic scope of Northwest Science is the northwestern United States and western Canada.

LATEST FROM THE JOURNAL

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Click here to access abstracts of “Accepted articles in press” for the upcoming issue of Northwest Science.

Northwest Science 96(3&4)
Table of Contents

Articles

Isolation by Distance and Proximity to Urban Areas Affect Genetic Differentiation among Collections of English Sole (Parophrys vetulus, Family Pleuronectidae) in the Northeastern Pacific Ocean and Salish Sea – Gary A. Winans, Jon Baker, Lyndal Johnson, Ingrid B. Spies, James E. West

Population Characteristics of Brook Trout in Idaho Streams and Alpine Lakes – Curtis J. Roth, Patrick A. Kennedy, Kevin A. Meyer

Effects of Post-Fire Timber Harvest and Mastication on Shrub Regrowth in the Sierra Nevada Mountains: A Lake Tahoe Case StudySusan D. Kocher, Daylin Wade

Status of Three Large Populations of Western Pearlshell (Bivalvia: Margaritiferidae: Margaritifera falcata) in the Willamette River Basin, Oregon – Travis Williams, Celeste A. Searles Mazzacano

Distribution, Relative Abundance, and Length of Sculpins in the Elwha River Watershed Following the Removal of Two Hydroelectric Dams – Roger A. Tabor, Jeffery R. Johnson, Roger J. Peters, Rebecca Mahan, Michael L. McHenry, Samuel J. Brenkman, George R. Pess, Todd R. Bennett, Martin C. Liermann

Spatiotemporal Responses of Wintering Bald Eagles to Changes in Salmon Carcass Availability in the Pacific Northwest – Ethan S. Duvall

Hymenopteran Pollinators Prefer Yellow Flowers to Red Ones in Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link), But Not Enough to Negatively Affect Plant Fitness – Robert F. Bode, Maria Breznau, Kaylen Furut

Cellobiase Activity as an Indicator of Fungal Decay in the Wood of Woodpecker Nest Cavities in the Pacific Northwest. – Jeffrey M. Kozma, Teresa J. Lorenz, Jerred Seveyka

How Long Can Dead Fish Tell Tales? Effects of Time, Tissue, Preservation, and Handling on Genotyping Success – David A. Venditti, Craig A. Steele, Brian S. Ayers, Joshua L. McCormick

Notes 

Case Report of Traumatic Rib Fracture in Mammoth from Frenchman Hills–Tonnemaker Mammoth Site, Grant County, Washington – George V. Last, Katherine Newhall-Perry, Rosalie L. Faubion, Neil L. Mara, Bax R. Barton

Book Reviews 

Of Megafloods and Photographs – Richard Waitt

Edible, But is it Palatable? – David Peter

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