Congressional Testimony

Geos Institute staff brings credible science to public policy debates on a range of natural resource topics through their testimony before House and Senate committees.

Desert Southwest

Scientific publications authored or edited by Geos Institute staff.

Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Scientific publications authored or edited by Geos Institute staff.

Klamath-Siskiyou Region

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Amphibians and Reptiles

Scientific publications authored or edited by Geos Institute staff.

  • Terrestrial habitats (2005, In: Amphibians of the Pacific northwest, Seattle Audubon Society, Seattle, WA)
  • Siskiyou Mountains salamander: Plethodon stormi Highton and Brame (2005, In: Amphibians of the Pacific northwest, Seattle Audubon Society, Seattle WA)
  • Scott Bar salamander: Plethodon asupak Mead (2005, In: Amphibians of the Pacific northwest, Seattle Audubon Society, Seattle WA)
  • Surveys for terrestrial amphibians in Shasta County, California, with notes on the distribution of Shasta salamanders (Hydromantes shastae)(2004; Northwest Naturalist 85: 35-38)

Forest Fire and Post-Fire Logging

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Roads and Roadless Areas

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Northern Spotted Owl

Scientific publications authored or edited by Geos Institute staff.

Northwest Forest Plan

Scientific publications authored or edited by Geos Institute staff.

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