Forestry Communications Group
The Forestry Communications Group at the College of Forestry is a team of writers, editors, graphic designers, and web specialists. We help scientists, engineers, and educators in the College of Forestry/ Oregon Forest Research Laboratory communicate their research findings in a clear and compelling manner.
Scientific and Technical Publications: Open Access and Distribution
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Forest Research Laboratory Publications
The Forestry Communications Group publishes books and reports under the imprint of the College of Forestry Oregon Forest Research Laboratory (FRL), including four peer-reviewed series:
College of Forestry Publications
The Forestry Communications Group publishes a variety of materials intended for educators, researchers, public agencies, and the general public:
- Focus on Forestry, the magazine of the College of Forestry
- Notable Notes, a series of one-page research briefs for K-12 teachers
- USDA WUR- Wood Utilization Research reports from the WUR Center, College of Forestry
- Biennial Report of the CoF Forest Research Laboratory
- Academic Report of the College of Forestry
- Starker Lectures, archive of published print and electronic versions
- Feature stories and biographies of faculty, staff, and students
Scientific/Technical Editing and Communications Services
- Manuscript editing: substantive editing, copyediting, language polishing, and technical illustration for scientific papers, books, and proceedings
- Graphic design services, including design and illustration of brochures, posters, and electronic presentations for scientific and general audiences
- Writing consultation for individual students and faculty
- Workshops: Faculty members may request presentation of a workshop on various aspects of scientific communication as part of a class curriculum. Access to notes on past workshops are also available.
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