HSC Publications

Cortini, F., Comeau, P.G., Wang, T., Hibbs, D.E. and A. Bluhm. Climate effects on red alder growth in the Pacific Northwest of North America. Forest Ecology and Management 277:98–106.

Hibbs, D.E. 2003. Diverse Hardwoods Play Ecological Roles in Northwest Forests. Northwest Woodlands 19(2):24-25.

Knowe, S.A., G.R. Ahrens, and D.S. DeBell. 1997. Comparison of diameter distribution prediction, stand-table projection, and individual tree growth modeling approaches for young red alder plantations. Forest Ecology and Management. 98:49-66.

Hibbs, D.E. 1996. Stand management: Managing Red Alder. Oregon State University Extension Service, Corvallis, OR. EC-1197.

Knowe, S.A. and D.E. Hibbs. 1996. Stand structure and dynamics of young red alder as affected by plantation density. Forest Ecology and Management 82:69-85.

Hibbs, D.E. and P.A. Giordano. 1996. Vegetation characteristics of alder-dominated buffer strips in the Oregon coast Range. Northwest Science 70:213-222.

*Niemiec, S., G. Ahrens, S. Willits and D. Hibbs. 1995. Hardwoods of the Pacific Northwest. OSU Forest Research Laboratory, Research Contribution 8.

Raettig, T.L., K.P. Connaughton, and G.R. Ahrens. 1995. Hardwood supply in the Pacific Northwest: A policy perspective. USDS Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Research Paper PNW-RP-478.

*Withrow-Robinson, B. A., D.E. Hibbs and J. Beuter. 1995. Poplar chip production for Willamette Valley grass seed sites. OSU Forest Research Laboratory, Research Contribution 11.

*Jensen, E., D. Anderson, and D.E. Hibbs. 1995. The reproductive ecology of broad leaved trees and shrubs: red alder. OSU Forest Research Laboratory, Research Contribution 9C.

Hibbs, D.E., S. Chan, M. Castellano, and C. Niu. 1995. Response of red alder seedlings to CO2 enrichment and water availability. New Phytologist 129:569-577.

Hibbs, D.E., W.H. Emmingham, and M.C. Bondi. 1995. Response of red alder to thinning. Western J. Applied Forestry 10:17-23.

Hibbs , D.E. 1995. Silviculture of red alder stands. In P.G. Comeau, G.J. Harper, M.E. Blanche and J.O. Beateng (eds.). Ecology and Management of B.C. Hardwoods. Workshop Proc. Dec 1-2, 1993. B.C. Ministry of Forests. FRDA Rep. Richmond B.C.

Hibbs, D.E., D.S. Debell and R.F. Tarrant (eds.). 1994. Biology and Management of Red Alder. OSU Press, Corvallis, OR. 256 p.
Chapters include:

  • Evaluation of site quality for red alder. Harrington, C.A. and P.J. Courtin. pps. 141-158.
  • Management of young red alder. Hibbs, D.E. and D.S. DeBell. pps. 202-215.
  • Growth patterns of red alder. DeBell, D.S. and P.A. Giordano. pps. 116-130.
  • Growth and yield of red alder. Puettmann, K.J. pps. 229-242.

Hibbs, D.E., L. Bouvarel, and E. Teissier du Cros. 1994. Performance of red alder seed source in France. Can. J. For. Res. 24:1008-1014.

*Puettmann, K.J., D.S. Debell and D.E. Hibbs. 1993. Density management guide for red alder. OSU Forest Research Laboratory, Research Contribution 2.

Hibbs, D.E. and B.J. Yoder 1993. Development of Oregon white oak seedlings. Northwest Science 67:30-36.

Puettmann, K.J., D.W. Hann and D.E. Hibbs. 1993. Evaluation of size-density relationships for pure red alder and Douglas-fir stands. Forest Science 39:7-27.

Hibbs, D.E. et al. 1993. L'aulne rouge: Une espèce d'avenir en France. Forêt Enterprise 93:57-62.

Giordano, P.A. and D.E. Hibbs. 1993. Morphological response to competition in red alder: the role of water. Functional Ecology. 7:462-468.

Leidholt-Bruner, K., D.E. Hibbs, and W.C. McComb. 1992. Beaver dam locations and their effects on distribution and abundance of coho salmon fry in two coastal Oregon streams. Northwest Science 66:218-223.

Puettmann, K.J., D.E. Hibbs and D.W. Hann. 1992. The dynamics of mixed stands of Alnus rubra and Pseudotsuga menziesii extension of the size-density analysis to species mixture. J. Of Ecology 80:449-458.

*Ahrens, G.R., A. Dobkowski and D.E. Hibbs. 1992. Red alder: guidelines for successful regeneration. OSU Forest Research Laboratory, Special Publication #24.

Hibbs, D.E. and K. Cromack. 1990. Actinorhizal plants in Pacific Northwest forests. In C. Schwintzer and J. Tjepkema (eds.), The biology of Frankia and actinorhizal plants. Academic Press, New York.

Hibbs, D.E. 1990. Red alder is coming of age. Northwest Woodlands 7:16-7.

Hibbs, D.E. 1990. The other choice: Managing red alder. pp10-11. in E. Hamilton (Ed.), Vegetation Management: An integrated Approach. FRDA Report 109. B.C. Ministry of Forests, Victoria, B.C.

Yoder, B.J., and D.E. Hibbs. 1990. White oak's future uncertain. Northwest Woodlands 7:22.

*Hibbs, D.E., and A.A. Ager. 1989. Red Alder: Guidelines for Seed Collection, Handling, and Storage. OSU Forest Research Laboratory, Special Publication #18.

Hibbs, D.E. and G.C. Carlton. 1989. A comparison of volume and diameter based stocking guides using red alder. Western J. Applied Forestry 4:113-115.

Fried, J., J. Tappeiner and D.E. Hibbs. 1988. Bigleaf maple seedling establishment and early growth in Douglas-fir forests. Can. J. For. Res. 18:1226-1233.

Hibbs, D.E. 1987. The self-thinning rule and red alder management. Forest Ecology and Management 18:273-281.

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