Ted's Publications

Labbe, T., and L. Allen. 2018. From greywater to green landscapes: Reducing residential summer water consumption while growing green landscapes. Poster presentation, Portland/Vancouver Urban Ecology and Conservation symposium.

Hennings, L., and T. Labbe. 2018. Update: Mapping Oregon white oak trees within the Regional Conservation Strategy boundary. Oral presentation, Portland/Vancouver Urban Ecology and Conservation symposium.

Wilson, M.G., and T. Labbe. 2017. Conserving Oregon white oak in urban and suburban landscapes. The Intertwine Alliance Oak Prairie Work Group, Portland, OR. 51 p. http://www.theintertwine.org/sites/default/files/Oakscaping%20Guide.pdf

Labbe, T., D. Hedburg, A. DiSalvo, and J. Gersbach. 2017. The City of Portland’s changing urban forest. Poster presentation, Portland/Vancouver Urban Ecology and Conservation symposium.

Labbe, T., and L. Hennings. 2015. OakQuest: collaborative mapping and stewardship of Oregon white oak. Poster presentation, Citizen Science 2015 conference, San Jose, CA.

Labbe, T., A. Adams, and R. Conrad. 2013. Historical condition and change in riparian vegetation, Hood Canal and eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca. Northwest Science 87: 24-39.

Hennings, L., T. Labbe, E. Nielsen, and J. Soll. 2013. Developing a regional map of oak habitat: Intertwine Oak Mapping Group. Poster presentation, Portland/Vancouver Urban Ecology and Conservation symposium.

Labbe, T., J. Glasgow, and R. Pearl. 2012. Water typing errors and land use threats to streams in Salmon Creek, Clark County WA. Oral presentation, Portland/Vancouver Urban Ecology and Conservation symposium.

Labbe, T. 2010. Oak woodland conservation policy on private lands in Washington State: local challenges and opportunities. Poster presentation, Cascadia Oak-Prairie Partnership conference, Chehalis, WA.

Labbe, T., and M. Murphy. 2010. Project Depave: community re-greening in action! Poster presentation, Portland/Vancouver Urban Ecology and Conservation symposium.

Labbe, T. 2009 & 2010. Priority habitats and species conservation, and local land use planning. Public presentations before the SW Washington Planners Forum and Columbia River Gorge Commission.

Linders, M.J., W.M. Vander Haegen, J.M. Azerrad, R. Dobson, and T. Labbe. 2010. Management recommendations for Washington’s priority species: Western gray squirrel. WDFW, Olympia, WA.

Simenstad, C., R. Garono, T. Labbe, A. Carter Mortimer, R. Robinson, and others. 2008. Assessment of intertidal eelgrass habitat landscapes for threatened salmon in the Hood Canal and eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca, WA State. Point No Point Treaty Council, Kingston, WA. 152 pp.

Labbe, T., R. Grotefendt, A. Carter Mortimer, and J. Jones. 2005. Dosewallips River habitat assessment. Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe Natural Resources Department, Kingston, WA. 91 pp.

Boyd, M., R. Faux, T. Labbe, G. Gately, and D. Christensen. 2005. Quilcene and Chimacum stream temperature analysis. Final report to the WRIA 17 Quilcene-Snow watershed planning unit. Watershed Sciences Inc, Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe Natural Resources Dept, and Jefferson County Conservation District. 171 pp.

Labbe, T., P. Bahls, and C. Bernthal. 2003. Patterns of summer stream temperature maxima in north Hood Canal/west Admiralty Inlet, Washington, 1992-2003. Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, Natural Resources Department, Kingston, WA. 17 pp.

Hirschi, R., T. Labbe, and A. Carter Mortimer. 2003. Shoreline alterations in Hood Canal and the eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca. Point No Point Treaty Council, Kingston, WA. 62 pp.

Labbe, T., and K. Fausch. 2000. Dynamics of intermittent stream habitat regulate persistence of a threatened fish at multiple scales. Ecological Applications 10: 1774-1791.

Labbe, T., A. Harig, S. Johnson, and S. Swift. 1996. Ecological impacts of the proposed Upper Gunnison River Basin project.  Poster presentation at the 31st Annual Meeting of the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Ft. Collins, CO.  Best Poster Award.