NORTHWEST SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION

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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.

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NORTHWEST SCIENCE 92(3)
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Articles

Off-Target Impacts of Graminoid-Specific Herbicide on Common Camas (Camassia quamash) Growth, Abundance, Reproduction, and Palatability to Herbivores– Alexandra E. Lincoln, Rachel K. Brooks, and Sarah T Hamman | OPEN ACCESS

Characterizing Forest Floor Fuels Surrounding Large Sugar Pine (Pinus lambertiana) in the Klamath Mountains, California– Angelo A. DiMario, Jeffrey M. Kane, Erik S. Jules

Fish Occurrence in a Seasonally Inundated Floodplain of the Willamette River, Oregon– Joshua E. Williams and Stanley V. Gregory

Environmental Relationships in Forests of Early 20th Century Coos County, Oregon, Based on Timber Cruise Data– Donald B. Zobel

Boater Knowledge and Behavior Regarding Aquatic Invasive Species at a Boat Wash Station– Samuel A. Cimino and Angela L. Strecker

Notes

Swimming Capabilities of Arctic Grayling– Joel Cahoon, Kevin Kappenman, Erin Ryan, Audrey Jones, Kathryn Plymesser, and Matt Blank



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