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  • Antoine, M. E. & B. McCune. 2004. Contrasting fundamental and realized ecological niches with epiphytic lichen transplants in an old-growth Pseudotsuga forest. Bryologist 107:163-173.
  • Arkle, R. S., D. S. Pilliod & J. L. Welty. 2012. Pattern and process of prescribed fires influence effectiveness at reducing wildfire severity in dry coniferous forests. Forest Ecology and Management 276:174-184.
  • Berryman, S. & B. McCune. 2006. Estimating epiphytic macrolichen biomass from topography, stand structure and lichen community data. Journal of Vegetation Science 17:157-170.
  • Binder, M.B. & Ellis, C.J. 2008. Conservation of the rare British lichen Vulpicida pinastri: climate change, habitat loss and strategies for mitigation. Lichenologist 40: 63-79.
  • Casazza, G., E. Zappa, M. G. Mariotti, F. Médail & L. Minuto. 2007. Ecological and historical factors affecting distribution pattern and richness of endemic plant species: the case of the Maritime and Ligurian Alps hotspot. Diversity and Distributions 14: 47 – 58.
  • Cristofolini, F., P. Giordani, E. Gottardini, &Paolo Modenesi. 2008. The response of epiphytic lichens to air pollution and subsets of ecological predictors: A case study from the Italian Prealps. Environmental Pollution 151: 308-317.
  • DeBano, S. J., P. B. Hamm, A. Jensen, S. I. Rondon. and P. J. Landolt. 2010. Spatial and temporal dynamics of potato tuberworm (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in the Columbia Basin of the Pacific Northwest. Environmental Entomology 39:1-14.
  • Derr, C. C., B. McCune & L. H. Geiser. 2007. Epiphytic macrolichen communities in Pinus contorta peatlands in southeastern Alaska. Bryologist 110: 521–532.
  • Ellis, C.J. & Coppins, B.J. 2007. Changing climate and historic-woodland structure interact to control species diversity of the ‘Lobarion’ epiphyte community in Scotland. Journal of Vegetation Science 18: 725-734.
  • Ellis, C. J., B. J. Coppins & T. P. Dawson. 2007a. Predicted response of the lichen epiphyte Lecanora populicola to climate change scenarios in a clean-air region of Northern Britain. Biological Conservation 135: 396-404.
  • Ellis, C. J., B. J. Coppins, T. P. Dawson, & M. R.D. Seaward. 2007b. Response of British lichens to climate change scenarios: Trends and uncertainties in the projected impact for contrasting biogeographic groups. Biological Conservation 140:217-235
  • Engelbrecht, B. M. J., L. S. Comita, R. Condit, S. P. Hubbell, T. Kursar, and M. Tyree. 2007. Drought sensitivity shapes species distribution patterns in tropical forests. Nature 447: 80-82.
  • Fenton, N. J. & Y. Bergeron. 2008. Does time or habitat make old-growth forests species rich? Bryophyte richness in boreal Picea mariana forests. Biological Conservation 141: 1389-1399.
  • Flitcroft, R. L. 2008. Regions to streams : spatial and temporal variation in stream occupancy patterns of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) on the Oregon coast. PhD Dissertation, Oregon State University, 206 pp.
  • Giordani, P. 2007. Is the diversity of epiphytic lichens a reliable indicator of air pollution? A case study from Italy Environmental Pollution 146: 317-323.
  • Giordani, P. & G. Incerti. 2008. The influence of climate on the distribution of lichens: a case study in a borderline area (Liguria, NW Italy). Plant Ecology 195: 257-272.
  • Grundel, R. & N. B. Pavlovic. 2007. Response of bird species densities to habitat structure and fire history along a Midwestern open–forest Gradient. The Condor 109:734–749
  • Hosten, P. E., H. Whitridge, D. Schuster, and J. Alexander. 2007. Livestock on the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument: A Summary of Stocking Rates, Utilization, and Management. U.S. Department of the Jovan, S. 2003. Distribution and habitat models of epiphytic Physconia in north-central California. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 10:29-35.
  • Jovan, S. & B. McCune. 2005. Air-quality bioindication in the greater Central Valley of California, with epiphytic macrolichen communities. Ecological Applications 15:1712-1726.
  • Jovan, S. & B. McCune. 2006. Using epiphytic macrolichen communities for biomonitoring ammonia in forests of the greater Sierra Nevada, California. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 170:69-93.
  • Kohler, G. R. 2007. Predators associated with hemlock woolly adelgid (Hemiptera: Adelgidae) infested western hemlock in the Pacific Northwest. M.S. Thesis, Oregon State University. 135 pp.
  • Lintz, H. E., B. McCune, A. N. Gray, K. A. McCulloh. 2011. Quantifying ecological thresholds from response surfaces. Ecological Modelling 222: 427-436.
  • McCune, B. 2006. Nonparametric habitat models with automatic interactions. Journal of Vegetation Science 17: 819-830.
  • McCune, B. 2007. Improved estimates of incident radiation and heat load using nonparametric regression against topographic variables. Journal of Vegetation Science 18: 751-754.
  • McCune, B., S. D. Berryman, J. H. Cissel, and A. I. Gitelman. 2003. Use of a smoother to forecast occurrence of epiphytic lichens under alternative forest management plans. Ecological Applications 13:1110-1123.
  • McCune, S. M. 2010. Improving forest road management : an analysis of factors influencing road-to-stream connectivity in the Wall Creek Watershed, Umatilla National Forest, Oregon. Honors Thesis, Whitman College. 38 pages.
  • Miller, S. W., D. Wooster, & J. Li. 2007. Resistance and resilience of macroinvertebrates to irrigation water withdrawals. Freshwater Biology 52: 2494-2510.
  • Minuto, L., F. Grassi & G. Casazza. 2006. Ecogeographic and genetic evaluation of endemic species in the Maritime Alps: the case of Moehringia lebrunii and M. sedoides (Caryophyllaceae). Plant Biosystems 140: 146-155.
  • Nicolaou, N, & T. G. Constandinou. 2016. A nonlinear causality estimator based on non-parametric multiplicative regression. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 10(19):1-19.
  • Ponadera, K. C. & M. G. Potapova. 2007. Diatoms from the genus Achnanthidium in flowing waters of the Appalachian Mountains (North America): Ecology, distribution and taxonomic notes. Limnologica. Ecology and Management of Inland Waters 37: 227-241.
  • Ponzetti, J., B. McCune & D. A. Pyke. 2007. Biotic soil crusts in relation to topography, cheatgrass and fire in the Columbia Basin, Washington. Bryologist 110: 706-722.
  • Potapova, M. G. & D. M. Wintel. 2006. Use of nonparametric multiplicative regression for modeling diatom habitat: a case study of three Geissleria species from North America. Advances In Phycological Studies, Festschrift in Honour of Prof. Dobrina Temniskova-Topalova, pp. 319-332.
  • Reusser, D. A. and H. Lee, II. 2008. Predictions for an invaded world: a strategy to predict the distribution of native and non-indigenous species at multiple scales. ICES Journal of Marine Science 65: 742-745.
  • Rood, S. B., L. A. Goater, K. M. Gill and J. H. Braatne. 2010. Sand and sandbar willow: a feedback loop amplifies environmental sensitivity at the riparian interface. Oecologia 165: 31-40.
  • Wedderburn, S. D., K. F. Walker, & B. P. Zampatti. 2007. Habitat separation of Craterocephalus (Atherinidae) species and populations in off-channel areas of the lower River Murray, Australia. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16: 442-449.
  • Yost, A. 2006. Probabilistic modeling of understory vegetation species in a Northeastern Oregon industrial forest. PhD Diss., Oregon State University. 191 pp.
  • Yost, A. C. 2008. Probabilistic modeling and mapping of plant indicator species in a Northeast Oregon industrial forest, USA. Ecological Indicators 8: 46-56.