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christine brekken, Gwin, L., Horst, M., McAdams, N., and Martin, S., The Future of Oregon's Agricultural Land, 2016.
C. Brekken, Regional Food Networks: Understanding and Designing Long-Term Resilience in the US Food System. 2016.
C. Brekken, Shoemaker, J. A., and Krub, K. R., Farmers' Guide to Wind Energy: Legal Issues in Farming the Wind, 2007.
C. Brekken, PNW Farm Direct Marketing Series, Oregon State Extension Service. 2016.
C. Brekken, A Family Legacy: Succession Planning for Ranch and Farm Owners. 2009.
C. Brekken, Regional Food Networks: Understanding and Designing Long-Term Resilience in the US Food System. 2016.
C. Brekken, Gwin, L., Horst, M., McAdams, N., Martin, S., and Stephenson, G., The Future of Oregon’s Agricultural Land, Oregon State University, Portland State University, 2016.
C. Brekken and Stokes, S. E., The Eighth Circuit Grants Corporate Interests a New Weapon Against State Regulation in South Dakota Farm Bureau v. Hazeltine, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 49, 2004.
C. Brekken, Preparing Oregon Family Farm and Ranch Owners for Management Transitions and Retirement Conversations.. 2015.
C. Brekken, Can We Have Our (Safe and Local) Cake and Eat It Too? Oregon Re-crafts Food Safety Regulations for Farm Direct Marketed Foods, Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 95-108, 2012.
C. Brekken, Land Tenure in Oregon: Farm Succession and Access to Land in Oregon's Agricultural Sector. 2016.
christine brekken, South Dakota Farm Bureau, Inc. v. Hazeltine: The Eighth Circuit Abandons Federalism, Precedent, and Family Farmers, Law & Ineq., vol. 22. 2004.
C. Brekken, Creative Approaches to Online Discussions, ECampus Faculty Forum. 2015.
C. Anderson Brekken, Gwin, L., Horst, M., McAdams, N., Martin, S., and Stephenson, G., The Future of Oregon's Agricultural Land, 2016.
christine brekken and Shoemaker, J. A., Community Wind: A Review of Select State and Federal Policy Incentives, 2006.
C. Brekken, Facilitator, Faculty Lunch and Student Conversation with Ruth Reichi. 2016.
C. M. Brenton, Fish, E. B., and Mata-González, R., Macronutrient and Trace Element Leaching Following Biosolids Application on Semi-arid Rangeland Soils, Arid Land Research and Management, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 143 - 156, 2007.
L. Brewer and Sullivan, D. M., A Quick Look at Quick Compost Stability Tests, Compost Quality, 2008.
A. J. Brewer, Ort, C., Banta-Green, C. J., Berset, J. - D., and Field, J., Normalized diurnal and between-day trends in illicit and legal drug loads that account for changes in population, Environmental science & technology, vol. 46, pp. 8305–8314, 2012.
L. Brewer, Sullivan, D. M., Deol, P., and Angima, S. D., Reducing Lead Hazard in Gardens and Play Areas. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Extension Service, 2016.
L. Brewer and Sullivan, D. M., Maturity and Stability Evaluation of Composted Yard Trimmings, Compost Science & Utilization, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 96 - 112, 2003.
A. J. Brewer, Banta-Green, C. J., Ort, C., Robel, A. E., and Field, J., Wastewater testing compared with random urinalyses for the surveillance of illicit drug use in prisons, Drug and alcohol review, 2014.
B. C. Brinchmann, Le Ferrec, E., Bisson, W. H., Podechard, N., Huitfeldt, H. S., Gallais, I., Sergent, O., Holme, ørnA., Lagadic-Gossmann, D., and Øvrevik, J., Evidence of selective activation of aryl hydrocarbon receptor nongenomic calcium signaling by pyrene, Biochemical Pharmacology, vol. 158, pp. 1 - 12, 2018.
D. D. Briske, Thurow, T. Lee, and , Conservation benefits of rangeland practices, 2011.
D. D. Briske, Bestelmeyer, B. T., Stringham, T. K., and Shaver, P. L., Recommendations for Development of Resilience-Based State-and-Transition Models, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 61, no. 4, pp. 359 - 367, 2008.

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