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Fire in North American Wetland Ecosystems and Fire-Wildlife Relations: An Annotated Bibliography

Subject Index For Appendix A
The Literature On Fire-Wildlife Relations Indexed In Wildlife Review 1935-September 1987


Use of Fire in Habitat Management - General

743 Christensen, Norman L. FIRE RESEARCH IN SOUTHERN UNIVERSITIES. In: Prescribed 
         Fire and Smoke Management in the South: Conference Proceedings, Dale D. 
         Wade, compiler. p. 145-156. 1985. WR 199

744 Davis, Charles M. FIRE AS A LAND-USE TOOL IN NORTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA. Geogr. 
         Rev. 49(4):552-560. Oct. 1959. WR 97-18
    
745 Drawe, D. Lynn. GRAZING SYSTEMS AND BURNING RESEARCH ON THE WELDER WILDLIFE 
         REFUGE. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 33:35. 1980. Abstract only. 
         WR 179
    
746 Dube, D. E., compiler. PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERMOUNTAIN FIRE COUNCIL 1983 FIRE 
         MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP. North. For. Res. Cent. Inf. Rep. (Canada) NOR-X-271. 
         93p. 1985. WR 205
    
747 Egler, Frank E. FIFTY MILLION MORE ACRES FOR HUNTING. Sports Afield 132(6):
         48-51. Dec. 1954. WR 78-74
    
748 Gardner, Philip D.; Hanna J. Cortner; Keith F. Widaman and Kathryn J. Stenberg. 
         FORESTUSER ATTITUDES TOWARD ALTERNATIVE FIRE MANAGEMENT POLICIES. Environ. 
         Manage. 9(4):303-312. 1985. WR 203
    
749 Gruell. Georce E. TO BURN OR NOT TO BURN: A West Wildlands WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 
         DILEMMA. 10(3):9-15. 1984. WR 197
    
750 Jenkins, B. C. THE ROLE OF FIRE IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT. Mich. Conserv. 17(4):7, 
         12. Apr. 1948. WR 54-32
    
751 Komarek, E. V., Sr. THE-USE OF FIRE IN WILDLAND MANAGEMENT. Proc. Annu. Ariz. 
         Watershed Symp. 7:23-30. [1964]. WR 114-10

752 Maenius, Carrie. PRESCRIBED FIRE IMPROVES WILDLIFE HABITAT IN CENTRAL TEXAS. 
         Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 38:28. 1985. Abstract only. WR 198
    
753 Pfingsten, Bill and Earl Willard. FORAGE PRODUCTION RESPONSE FOLLOWING THINNING, 
         PRESCRIBED BURNING AND SEEDING IN THREE WESTERN MONTANA HABITAT TYPES. Soc. 
         Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 38:36. 1985. Abstract only. WR 198
    
754 Potter, Meredith W. and Stephen R. Kessell. PREDICTING MOSAICS AND WILDLIFE 
         DIVERSITY RESULTING FROM FIRE DISTURBANCE TO A FOREST ECOSYSTEM. Environ. 
         Manage. 4(3):247-254. May 1980. WR 194
    
755 Salomon, Julian Harris. INDIANS THAT SET THE WOODS ON FIRE. Conservationist 
         38(5):34-39. Mar.-Apr. 1984. WR 193
    
756 Stransky, John J. and Lowell K. Halls. FORAGE YIELD INCREASED BY CLEARCUTTING 
         AND SITE PREPARATION. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Fish Wildl. 
         Agencies 32:38-41. 1978[1979]. WR 177
 
757 Titus, Harold. TIMBER AND GAME--TWIN CROPS. Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Conf. 10:
         146-163. 1945. WR 45-31
    
758 Whisenant, Steven G. A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO EVALUATING FIRE EFFECTS. 
         In: Rangeland Eire Effects: A Symposium, Ken Sanders and Jack Durhas, 
         editors. p. 98-104. 1985. WR 202                    

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