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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


Effects of Fire on Mammals

Small Game | Big Game | Furbearers - Predators | Other Mammals - Mammals General


Small Game

518 Benford, Ronnie Howard. SOME RESPONSES OF THE COTTONTAIL RABBIT (SYLVILAGUS 
         FLORIDANUS, ALLEN) TO PRESCRIBED BURNING IN THE PIEDMONT OF GEORGIA. M.S. 
         thesis, Univ. Ga. 45p. 1968. WR 132-28
    
519 Hoth, J.; A. Velazquez; F. J Romero; L. Leon; M. Aranda and D. J. Bell. THE 
         VOLCANO RABBIT - A SHRINKING DISTRIBUTION AND A THREATENED HABITAT. Oryx 
         21(2):85-91. 1987. WR 206
 
520 Keith, Lloyd B. and Dennis C. Surrendi. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON A SNOWSHOE HARE 
         POPULATION. J. Wildl. Manage. 35(1):16-26. Jan. 1971. WR 141-23
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Big Game

521 Ashcraft, G. C. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON DEER IN CHAPARRAL. Cal-Neva Wildl. Trans. 
         1979:177-189. 1979. WR 177 
    
522 Asherin, Duane A. CHANGES IN ELK USE AND AVAILABLE BROWSE PRODUCTION ON NORTH 
         IDAHO WINTER RANGES FOLLOWING PRESCRIBED BURNING. Proc. Elk-Logging-Roads 
         Symp. (Moscow, Idaho) p. 122-134. Dec. 1976. WR 165  
    
523 Asherin, Duane Arthur. PRESCRIBED BURNING EFFECTS ON NUTRITION, PRODUCTION AND 
         BIG GAME USE OF KEY NORTHERN IDAHO BROWSE SPECIES. Ph.D. thesis, Univ. 
         Idaho llOp. 1974. WR 154-27
    
524 Bangs, Edward E. and Theodore N. Bailey. INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF WINTER, FIRE, 
         AND MOOSE ON THE KENAI NATIONAL MOOSE RANGE, ALASKA. Proc. N. Am. Moose 
         Conf. Workshop 16:255-274. 1980. WR 189 
 
525 Bartos, Dale L. and Walter F. Mueggler. INFLUENCE OF FIRE ON VEGETATION 
         PRODUCTION IN THE ASPEN ECOSYSTEM IN WESTERN WYOMING. In: North American 
         E1K: Ecology, Behavior and Management, Mark S. Boyce and Larry D. Hayden-
         Wing, editors. p. 75-82. 1979. WR 179
    
526 Basile, Joseph V. ELK-ASPEN RELATIONSHIPS ON A PRESCRIBED BURN. U.S. For. 
         Serv. Res. Note INT-271. 7p. 1979. WR 182
    
527 Behrend, Donald F. and Earl F. Patric. INFLUENCE OF SITE DISTURBANCE AND 
         REMOVAL OF SHADE ON REGENERATION OF DEER BROWSE. J. Wildl. Manage. 
         33(2):394-398. Apr. 1969. WR 135-38
    
528 Biswell, H. H. and J. H. Gilman. BRUSH MANAGEMENT IN RELATION TO FIRE AND 
         OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON THE TEHAMA DEER WINTER RANGE. Calif. 
         Fish Game 47(4):357-389. Oct. 1961. WR 104-11
    
529 Brooks, Michael Blane. EFFECTS OF PRECOMMERCIAL THINNING, FERTILIZING AND 
         CONTROLLED BURNING ON VEGETATIVE COMPOSITION AND WHITE-TAILED DEER 
         (ODOCOILEVS VIRGINIANUS) FOOD ON 7- AND 8 YEAR-OLD LOBLOLLY PINE 
         (PINUS TAEDA) PLANTATIONS. M.S. thesis, Miss. State Univ. 95p. 
         1979. WR 187
    
530 Bryant, Fred C. ALTERNATIVES FOR MANAGING PANHANDLE MULE DEER. In: Research 
         Highlights - 1983. Noxious Brush and Weed Control; Range and Wildlife 
         Management, Tex. Tech Univ. 14:8-12. 31 Dec. 1983. WR 194
    
531 Bryant, Fred C. and Bruce Morrison. MANAGING PLAINS MULE DEER IN TEXAS AND 
         EASTERN NEW MEXICO. Tex. Tech Univ. Range Wildl. Manage. Manage. Notes 
         No. 7. 6p. 1985. WR 200
    
532 Campbell, Bruce H. and Mike Hinkes. WINTER DIETS AND HABITAT USE OF ALASKA 
         BISON AFTER WILDFIRE. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 11(1):16-21. 1983. WR 189
    
533 Campo, Joseph John. SOFT MAST PRODUCTION AND EFFECTS OF THINNING, FERTILIZING 
         AND CONTROLLED BURNING ON WHITE-TAILED DEER (ODOCOILEUS VIRGINIANUS) 
         FORAGE IN PINE PLANTATIONS. M.S. thesis. Miss. State Univ. 156p. 1980. 
         WR 187
    
534 Carlile, D. W.; J. B. Whelan and A. R. Tipton. USE OF A MIXED-OAK FOREST IN THE 
         RIDGE AND VALLEY PROVINCE OF VIRGINIA BY WHITE-TAILED DEER FOLLOWING A 
         SPRING FIRE. Va. J. Sci. 28(2):62. 1977. Abstract only. WR 169
    
535 Cole, James E. BUFFALO (BISON BISON) KILLED BY FIRE. J. Mammal. 35(3):453-454. 
         Aug. 1954. WR 78-45
    
536 Dasmann, Raymond F. and William P. Dasmann. MULE DEER IN RELATION TO A CLIMATIC 
         GRADIENT. J. Wildl. Manage. 27(2):196-202. Apr. 1963. WR 110-35
    
537 Davis, James L. and Patrick Valkenburg. CALVING IN RECENTLY BURNED HABITAT BY 
         CARIBOU DISPLACED FROM THEIR TRADITIONAL CALVING AREA. Proc. Alaska Sci. 
         Conf. 34:19. 1983. Abstract only.
    
538 Davis, James L. and Albert W. Franzmann. FIRE-MOOSE-CARIBOU INTERRELATIONSHIPS: 
         A REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT Proc. N. Am. Moose Conf. Workshop l5:80-118. 1979. 
         WR 189
    
539 Davis, Peter R. CERVID RESPONSE TO FOREST FIRE AND CLEARCUTTING IN SOUTHEASTERN 
         WYOMING. J. Wildl. Manage. 41(4):785-788. Oct. 1977. WR 168
    
540 DeBoer, Stanley G. FEED 'EM - WITH AN AXE. Wis. Conserv. Bull. 17(3):3-11 Mar. 
         1952. WR 68-22
    
541 Dills, Gary G. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON DEER BROWSE. J. Wildl. Manage.       
         34(3):540-545. July 1970. WR 140-98
    
542 Eastman, D. S. HABITAT USE BY MOOSE OF BURNS, CUTOVERS AND FORESTS IN NORTH-
         CENTRAL BRITISH COLUMBIA. N. Am. Moose Conf. 10:238-256. 1974. WR 171
    
543 Edgerton, Paul J. and William Lopushinsky RESPONSE OF BURNED ELK WINTER RANGE 
         TO FERTILIZATION IN NORTH CENTRAL WASHINGTON. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. 
         Meeting 38:33. 1985. Abstract only. WR 198
    
544 Edwards, R. Y. FIRE AND THE DECLINE OF A MOUNTAIN CARIBOU HERD. J. Wildl. 
         Manage. 18(4):521526. Oct. 1954. WR 78-45
    
545 Freedman, June D. and James R. Habeck. FIRE, LOGGING, AND WHITE-TAILED DEER 
         INTERRELATIONSHIPS IN THE SWAN VALLEY, NORTHWESTERN MONTANA. U.S. For. 
         Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-186. p. 23-35. 1985. WR 200
    
546 Freedman, June D. THE HISTORICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FIRE AND PLANT SUCCESSION 
         WITHIN THE SWAN VALLEY WHITE-TAILED DEER WINTER RANGE, WESTERN MONTANA. 
         Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Mont. 170p. 1983. From Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci. 
         Eng. 44(12):3633. June 1984. WR 195
    
547 Gasaway, William C. and Stephen D. DuBois. INITIAL RESPONSE OF MOOSE, ALCES 
         ALCES, TO A WILDFIRE IN INTERIOR ALASKA. Can. Field-Nat. 99(2):135-140. 
         1985. WR 199
    
548 Goodrum, Phil and Vincent H. Reid. DEER VERSUS LIVESTOCK ON GULF COAST RANGE. 
         8th Annu. Conf. Southeastern Assoc. Game Fish Comm. 6p. Nov. 1954 WR 
         79-30 

549 Hines, William W. BLACK-TAILED DEER POPULATIONS AND DOUGLAS-FIR REFORESTATION 
         IN THE TILLAMOOK BURN, OREGON. Oreg. State Game Comm. Game Res. Rep. No. 
         3. ii + 59p. Sept. 1973. WR 152-43
    
550 Hinkes, Michael T and Bruce H. Campbell. CARIBOU WINTER UTILIZATION OF BURNED 
         HABITATS ON THE BEAR CREEK FIRE AREA IN INTERIOR ALASKA. Proc. Alaska Sci. 
         Conf. (Fairbanks) 32:123-134. 1981. Abstract only. WR 183
    
551 Hobbs, N. T. and R. A. Spowart. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED FIRE ON NUTRITION OF 
         MOUNTAIN SHEEP AND MULE DEER DURING WINTER AND SPRING. J. Wildl. Manage. 
         48(2):551-560. Apr. 1984. WR 194
    
552 Hobbs, N. Thompson and Richard A. Spowart. EFFECT OF PRESCRIBED FIRE ON WINTER 
         NUTRITION OF BIGHORN SHEEP AND MULE DEER. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 
         36:176. 1983. Abstract only. WR 190
    
553 Hurst, George A.; Joseph J. Campo and Michael B. Brooks. DEER FORAGE IN A BURNED 
         AND BURNED-THINNED PINE PLANTATION. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. 
         Fish Wildl. Agencies 34:476-481. [1981.] WR 185
 
554 Irwin, Larry L. FOODS OF MOOSE, ALCES ALCES, AND WHITE-TAILED DEER, 
         ODOCOILEUS VIRGINIANUS, ON A BURN IN BOREAL FOREST. Can. Field-Nat 
         99(2):240-245. 1985. WR 199
    
555 Irwin, Larry L. DEER-MOOSE RELATIONSHIPS ON A BURN IN NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA. 
         J. Wildl. Manage. 39(4):653-662. Oct. 1975. WR 160
    
556 Ivey, T. L. and M. K. Causey. RESPONSE OF WHITE-TAILED DEER TO PRESCRIBED 
         FIRE. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 12(2):138-141. 1984. WR 194
    
557 Janke, Robert A. MOOSE-FOREST-FIRE ECOLOGY IN ISLE ROYALE NATIONAL PARK. Proc. 
         First Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks, U.S. Natl. Park Serv. Trans. Proc. 
         Ser. No. 5. Vol. II. p. 1243-1251. 1979. WR 179
    
558 Jourdonnais, Craig and Don Bedunah. INFLUENCE OF BURNING AND CATTLE GRAZING 
         ON VEGETATION PRODUCTION AND ELK UTILIZATION OF A ROUGH FESCUE COMMUNITY. 
         Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 38:47. 1985. Abstract only. WR 198
 
559 Keay, Jeffrey A. and James M. Peek. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FIRES AND WINTER 
         HABITAT OF DEER IN IDAHO. J. Wildl. Manage. 44(2):372-380. Apr. 1980. 
         WR 180
    
560 Klebenow, Donald A. BIG GAME RESPONSE TO FIRE IN SAGEBRUSH-GRASS RANGELANDS. 
         In: Rangeland Fire Effects: A Symposium, Ken Sanders and Jack Durham, 
         editors. p. 53-57. 1985. WR 202
    
561 Klein, David R. FIRE, LICHENS, AND CARIBOU. J. Range Manage. 35(3):390-395. 
         May 1982. WR 189
    
562 Kovacic, David A. D. and David M. Swift. ELK CARRYING CAPACITY FOLLOWING A 
         WILDFIRE. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):344. 1987. Abstract only. WR 206
    
563 Kruse, William H. EFFECTS OF WILDFIRE ON ELK AND DEER USE OF A PONDEROSA PINE 
         FOREST. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note RM-226. 4p. 1972. WR 148-54
    
564 Leege, Thomas A. EFFECTS OF REPEATED PRESCRIBED BURNS ON NORTHERN IDAHO ELK 
         BROWSE. Northwest Sci. 53(2):107-113. May 1979. WR 176
    
565 Leege, Thomas A. NORTHERN ELK RANGES IMPROVED BY BURNING. Idaho Wildl. Rev. 
         24(4):7-10. Jan.-Feb. 1972 WR 145-14

566 Leopold, A. Starker. DEER IN RELATION TO PLANT SUCCESSION. Trans. N. Am. Wildl. 
         Conf. 15:571-578. 1950. WR 62-17
    
567 Lyon, L. Jack and Peter F. Stickney. TWO FOREST FIRES AND SOME SPECIFIC 
         IMPLICATIONS IN BIGGAME HABITAT MANAGEMENT. Proc. Annu. Conf. Western 
         Assoc. State Game Fish Comm. 46:181-193. [1966.] WR 131-55

568 Meneely, S. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND IN VITRO DIGESTIBILITY OF BROWSE THREE 
         YEARS AFTER A WILDFIRE. M.S. thesis, N.M. State Univ. 99p. 1978. WR 179
    
569 Meneely, Scott C. and Sanford D. Schemnitz. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND IN VITRO 
         DIGESTIBILITY OF DEER BROWSE THREE YEARS AFTER A WILDFIRE. Southwest Nat.           
         26(4):365-374. 20 Nov. 1981. WR 184

570 Miller, D. R. WILDFIRE EFFECTS ON BARRENGROUND CARIBOU WINTERING ON THE TAIGA 
         OF NORTHCENTRAL CANADA: A REASSESSMENT. Proc. Second Int. Reindeer/Caribou 
         Symposium. 17-21 Sept. 1979. Roros, Norway p. 84-98. 1980. WR 181

571 Miller, Donald Ray. WILDFIRE AND CARIBOU ON THE TAIGA ECOSYSTEM OF NORTHCENTRAL 
         CANADA. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Idaho 153p. 1976. WR 166
    
572 Mumaw, D. K. EVALUATION OF PRESCRIBED BURNING IN RELATION TO AVAILABLE DEER 
         BROWSE. M.S. thesis, Va. Polytech. Inst. 112p. 1965. WR 133-43 

573 Murphy, Robert K.; Raymond K. Anderson and Neil F. Payne. WHITE-TAILED DEER 
         USE OF A PRESCRIBE-BURNED GRASSLAND IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN. Prairie Nat. 
         18(4):243-245. 1986. WR 205
    
574 Peek, James M. INITIAL RESPONSE OF MOOSE TO A FOREST FIRE IN NORTHEASTERN 
         MINNESOTA. Am. Midl. Nat. 91(2):435-438. Apr. 1974. WR 153-30
    
575 Peek, James M.; Dennis A. Demarchi; Raymond A. Demarchi and Donald E. Stucker. 
         BIGHORN SHEEP AND FIRE: SEVEN CASE HISTORIES. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. 
         Rep. INT-186. p. 36-43. 1985. WR 200
    
576 Peek, James M.; Robert A. Riggs and Jerry L. Lauer. EVALUATION OF FALL BURNING 
         ON BIGHORN SHEEP WINTER RANGE. J. Range Manage. 32(6):430-432. Nov. 1979. 
         WR 183
    
577 Philleo, Barbara; John B. Cavanagh and David P. Olson. BROWSE UTILIZATION BY 
         DEER IN RELATION TO CUTTING AND PRESCRIBED BURNING IN SOUTHEASTERN NEW 
         HAMPSHIRE. Trans. Northeast Sect. Wildl. Soc. 35:16-26. 1978. WR 173

578 Riggs, Robert A. and James M. Peek. MOUNTAIN SHEEP HABITAT-USE PATTERNS RELATED 
         TO POST-FIRE SUCCESSION. J. Wildl. Manage. 44(4):933-938. Oct. 1980. WR 
         180

579 Roberts, Thomas A. and Ronald L. Tiller. MULE DEER AND CATTLE RESPONSES TO A 
         PRESCRIBED BURN. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 13(3):248-252. 1985. WR 199
    
580 Robinson, Cyril S. TRUCK TRAILS AND FIREBREAKS; THEIR USE BY DEER ON THE SANTA 
         BARBARA NATIONAL FOREST. J. For. 33(11):940-942. Nov. 1935. WR 4-17
    
581 Rowland, Mary M. A FIRE FOR WINTER ELK. N.M. Wildl. 28(6):2-5. Nov.-Dec. 1983. 
         WR 192

582 Safranek, Angela K. THE USE OF FIRE TO INCREASE FORAGE FOR BIG GAME ANIMALS. 
         Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 38:28. 1985. Abstract only. WR 198

583 Scotter, George W. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON BARREN-GROUND CARIBOU AND THEIR FOREST 
         HABITAT IN NORTHERN CANADA. Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Nat. Resour. Conf. 
         32:246-259. 1967. WR 129-28

584 Seip, D. R. and F. L. Bunnell. NUTRITION OF STONE'S SHEEP ON BURNED AND 
         UNBURNED RANGES. J. Wildl. Manage. 49(2):397-405. 1985. WR 198

585 Seip, Dale R. and Fred L. Bunnell. RANGE BURNING, STONE'S SHEEP, AND THE 
         LEAKY BUCKET. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-186. p. 44-47. 1985.
         WR 200
    
586 Singer, Francis J. HABITAT PARTITIONING AND WILDFIRE RELATIONSHIPS OF CERVIDS 
         IN GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, MONTANA. J. Wildl. Manage. 43(2):437-444. Apr. 
         1979. WR 174
    
587 Skovlin, Jon M.; Paul J. Edgerton and Burt R. McConnell. ELK USE OF WINTER 
         RANGE AS AFFECTED BY CATTLE GRAZING, FERTILIZING, AND BURNING IN SOUTH-
         EASTERN WASHINGTON. J. Range Manage. 36(2):184-189. Mar. 1983. WR 197

588 Spowart, Richard A. and N. Thompson Hobbs. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON DIET OVERLAP 
         BETWEEN MULE DEER AND MOUNTAIN SHEEP. J. Wildl. Manage. 49(4):942-946. 
         1985. WR 200
    
589 Spowart, Richard Alan. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON NUTRITION OF MULE DEER AND MOUNTAIN 
         SHEEP ON WINTER RANGE IN COLORADO. Ph.D. dissertation, Colo. State Univ. 
         113p. 1984. From Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci. Eng. 45(5):1338. 1984 WR 196

590 Spowart, Richard A. and N. Thompson Hobbs. EFFECT OF PRESCRIBED FIRE ON DIET 
         OVERLAP BETWEEN MULE DEER AND BIGHORN SHEEP. Soc. Range Manage. Annual 
         Meeting 36:177. 1983. Abstract only. WR 190

591 Springer, Marlin David. THE INFLUENCE OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON NUTRITION IN 
         WHITE-TAILED DEER ON THE COASTAL PLAIN OF TEXAS. Ph.D dissertation, Tex. 
         A&M Univ. 103p. 1977. WR 170  

592 Stager, D. Waive and Donald A. Klebenow. MULE DEER RESPONSE TO WILDFIRE IN 
         GREAT BASIN PINYON-JUNIPER WOODLAND. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. 
         INT-215. p. 572-579. 1987. WR 205
    
593 Stelfox, John G. and Harold G. Vriend. PRAIRIE FIRES AND PRONGHORN USE OF 
         CACTUS. Can. Field-Nat. 91(3):282-285. July-Sept. 1977. WR 168
    
594 Tiller, Ronald L.; Thomas A. Roberts and Ronald D. Quinn. DEER AND CATTLE 
         INTERACTIONS FOLLOWING A PRESCRIBED BURN IN CHAPARRAL. Trans. West. 
         Sect. Wildl. Soc. 22:75-79. 1986 WR 205
    
595 Trout, Lester C. and Thomas A. Leege. ARE THE NORTHERN IDAHO ELK HERDS DOOMED? 
         Idaho Wildl. Rev. 24(3):3-9. Nov.-Dec. 1971. WR 145-44

596 Vogl, Richard J. and Alan M. Beck. RESPONSE OF WHITE-TAILED DEER TO A WISCONSIN 
         WILDFIRE. Am. Midl. Nat. 84(1):270-273. July 1970. WR 140-106 

597 Warren, Randall Charles. FOOD ABUNDANCE, PLANT FOOD RATINGS, AND TRACK COUNTS 
         FOR WHITETAILED DEER (ODOCOILEUS VIRGINIANVS); EFFECTS OF CONTROL BURNING 
         PINE PLANTATIONS; AVIAN POPULATIONS IN PINE PLANTATIONS SITE PREPARED BY 
         MIST-BLOWING AND TREE-INJECTION; AND ACORN PRODUCTION AND SQUIRREL POPULATION 
         ESTIMATES IN THE MIXED PINE-HARDWOOD FOREST TYPE OF EAST-CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI. 
         M.S thesis, Miss. State Univ. 791p. 1980. WR 187

598 White, G C. and J. Lissoway. RESEARCH PLAN FOR ELK IN THE EASTERN JEMEZ MOUNTAINS. 
         Los Alamos Sci. Lab. LA-8079-MS. 12p. 1980. WR 186
    
599 Willms, W.; A. W. Bailey; A. McLean and R. Tucker. THE EFFECTS OF FALL GRAZING 
         OR BURNING BLUEBUNCH WHEATGRASS RANGE ON FORAGE SELECTION BY DEER AND 
         CATTLE IN SPRING. Can. J. Anim. Sci. 60(1):113-122. Mar. 1980. In English 
         with French summ. WR 178
    
600 Willms, W.; A. W. Bailey; A. McLean and R. Tucker. THE EFFECTS OF FALL 
         DEFOLIATION ON THE UTILIZATION OF BLUEBUNCH WHEATGRASS AND ITS INFLUENCE 
         ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF DEER IN SPRING. J. Range Manage. 34(1):16-18. Jan. 
         1981. WR 185
    
601 Zamora, Benjamin A. UNDERSTORY RESPONSE TO SELECTIVE LOGGING AND PRESCRIBED 
         BURNING ON WHITE-TAILED DEER WINTER RANGE IN NORTHEASTERN WASHINGTON. Soc. 
         Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 37:[15] 1984. Abstract only. WR 198
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Furbearers - Predators

602 de Vos, A. RECENT FINDINGS IN FISHER AND MARTEN ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT. Trans. 
         N. Am. Wildl. Conf. 16:498-505. 1951. WR 65-15
    
603 Koehler, G. M. THE EFFECTS OF FIRE ON MARTEN DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE IN 
         THE SELWAYBITTERROOT WILDERNESS. M.S. thesis, Univ. Idaho 26p. 1975. 
         WR 168
    
604 Koehler, Gary M. and Maurice G. Hornocker. FIRE EFFECTS ON MARTEN HABITAT IN 
         THE SELWAYBITTERROOT WILDERNESS. J. Wildl. Manage. 41(3):500-505. July 
         1977. WR 168
    
605 Lay, Daniel W. and Ted O'Neil. MUSKRATS ON THE TEXAS COAST. J. Wildl. Manage. 
         6(4):301-311. Oct. 1942. WR 36-40
    
606 Maehr, David S. and James R. Brady. FALL FOOD HABITS OF BLACK BEARS IN BAKER 
         AND COLUMBIA COUNTIES, FLORIDA. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Fish 
         Wildl. Agencies 36:565-570. 1982. WR l98
    
607 Reilly, James R. A STUDY OF THE METAZOAL PARASITES OF THE MAINE MUSKRAT 
         (ONDATRA ZIBETHICA ZIBETHICA (LINNAEUS, 1758)). J. For. 47(5):391. May 
         1949. Abstract of thesis. WR 58-20

608 Sunquist, Melvin E. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON RACCOON BEHAVIOR. J. Mammal. 48(4):
         673-674. Nov. 1967. WR 129-32

609 Zager, Peter Edward. THE INFLUENCE OF LOGGING AND WILDFIRE ON GRIZZLY BEAR 
         HABITAT IN NORTHWESTERN MONTANA. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Mont. 139p. 
         1980. WR 180
    
610 Zager, Peter; Charles Jonkel and James Habeck. LOGGING AND WILDFIRE INFLUENCE 
         ON GRIZZLY BEAR HABITAT IN NORTHWESTERN MONTANA. Bear Biol. Assoc. Conf. 
         Ser. 4:124-132. 1983. WR 192
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Other Mammals - Mammals General

611 Ahlgren, Clifford E. SMALL MAMMALS AND REFORESTATION FOLLOWING PRESCRIBED 
         BURNING. J. For. 64(9):614-618. Sept. 1966. WR 124-16
    
612 Arata, Andrew A. EFFECTS OF BURNING ON VEGETATION AND RODENT POPULATIONS IN 
         A LONGLEAF PINE TURKEY OAK ASSOCIATION IN NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA. O. J. 
         Fla. Acad. Sci. 22(2):94-104. 10 Nov. 1959. WR 108-13
    
613 Beck, Alan M. and Richard J. Vogl. THE EFFECTS OF SPRING BURNING ON RODENT 
         POPULATIONS IN A BRUSH PRAIRIE SAVANNA. J. Mammal. 53(2):336-346. May 
         1972. WR 146-36
    
614 Bowers, Michael A. and H. Duane Smith. SMALL MAMMAL POPULATION RESPONSE TO 
         BURNING AND CLEAR CUTTING IN ASPEN ECOSYSTEMS. Encyclia 54(1):89. 1977. 
         Abstract only. WR 196
    
615 Brizuela, M. A.; J. K. Detling and M. S. Cid. FORAGING BY PRAIRIE DOGS: EFFECTS 
         OF FIRE ON DIET COMPOSITION AND QUALITY. Int. Congr. Ecol. 4:101. 1986. 
         Abstract only. WR 203
    
616 Chew, R. M.; B. B. Butterworth and Richard Grechman. THE EFFECTS OF FIRE ON 
         THE SMALL MAMMAL POPULATIONS OF CHAPARRAL. J. Mammal. 40(2):253. May 1959 
         WR 96-34

617 Christian, Donald P. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON SMALL MAMMAL POPULATIONS IN A DESERT 
         GRASSLAND. J. Mammal. 58(3):423-427. 20 Aug. 1977. WR 167
    
618 Cook, Sherburne F., Jr. THE EFFECTS OF FIRE ON A POPULATION OF SMALL RODENTS. 
         Ecology 40(1):102-108. Jan. 1959. WR 95-41
    
619 Coppock, D. Layne and James K. Detling. ALTERATION OF BISON AND BLACK-TAILED 
         PRAIRIE DOG GRAZING INTERACTION BY PRESCRIBED BURNING. J. Wildl. Manage. 
         50(3):452-455. 1986. WR 204 
 
620 Cox, George W. and Jorja R. Austin. FIRE, POCKET GOPHER ACTIVITY, AND THE 
         VEGETATION OF MOUND AND VERNAL POOL LANDSCAPES IN COASTAL SAN DIEGO COUNTY, 
         CALIFORNIA. Pull. Ecol. Soc. Am, 68(3):285-286. 1987. Abstract only. 
         WR 206
    
621 Crowner, Ann W. and Gary W. Barrett. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON THE SMALL MAMMAL 
         COMPONENT OF AN EXPERIMENTAL GRASSLAND COMMUNITY. J. Mammal. 60(4):803-
         813. 20 Nov. 1979. WR 176
    
622 Fala, Robert A. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON SMALL MAMMAL POPULATIONS IN 
         A MIXED-OAK CLEARCUT. J. For. 73(9):586-587. Sept. 1975. WR 158-14
    
623 Geluso, Kenneth N. FIRE-AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR OF MEADOW VOLES (MICROTUS 
         PENNSYLVANICUS). Am. Midl. Nat. 116(1):202-205. 1986. WR 203
    
624 Halford, Douglas K. REPOPULATION AND FOOD HABITS OF PEROMYSCUS MANICULATUS 
         ON A BURNED SAGEBRUSH DESERT IN SOUTHEASTERN IDAHO. Northwest Sci. 55(1):
         44-49. Feb. 1981. WR 181
    
625 Halvorson, Curtis H. RODENT OCCURRENCE, HABITAT DISTURBANCE, AND SEED FALL IN A 
         LARCH-FIR FOREST. Ecology 63(2):423-433. Apr. 1982. WR 186
    
626 Hedlund, J. D. and W. H. Rickard. WILDFIRE AND THE SHORT-TERM RESPONSE OF SMALL 
         MAMMALS INHABITING A SAGEBRUSH-BUNCHGRASS COMMUNITY. Murrelet 62(1):10-14. 
         1981. WR 182
    
627 Kaufman, Donald W.; Glennis A. Kaufman and Elmer J. Finck. MAMMALS AND GRASSLAND 
         FIRES. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):336. 1987. Abstract only. WR 206
    
628 Kaufman, Donald W.; Elmer J. Einck and Glennis A. Kaufman. EFFECT OF FIRE AND 
         FREQUENCY OF FIRE ON SMALL MAMMAL DENSITY AND COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN THE 
         TALLGRASS PRAIRIE. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 63(2):136-137. June 1982. Abstract 
         only. WR 194
    
629 Kaufman, Donald W.; Glennis A. Kaufman and Elmer J. Finck. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON 
         RODENTS IN TALLGRASS PRAIRIE OF THE FLINT HILLS REGION OF EASTERN KANSAS. 
         Prairie Nat. 15(2):49-56. June 1983. WR 191
    
630 Kaufman, G. A.; D. W. Kaufman and E. J. Finck. INFLUENCE OF FIRE AND TOPOGRAPHY 
         ON HABITAT SELECTION BY PEROMYSCUS MANICULATUS AND REITHRODONTOMYS MEGALOTIS 
         IN UNGRAZED TALL-GRASS PRAIRIE. Int. Congr. Ecol. 4:196. 1986. Abstract only. 
         WR 203
    
631 Kaufman, Glennis A.; Donald W. Kaufman and Elmer J. Finck. THE EFFECT OF FIRE 
         FREQUENCY ON POPULATIONS OF THE DEER MOUSE (PEROMYSCUS MANICULATUS) AND 
         THE WESTERN HARVEST MOUSE (REITHRODONTOMYS MEGALOTIS). Bull. Ecol. Soc. 
         Am. 63(2):66. June 1982. Abstract only. WR 194

632 Krefting, Laurits W. and Clifford E. Ahlgren. SMALL MAMMALS AND VEGETATION 
         CHANGES AFTER FIRE IN A MIXED CONIFER-HARDWOOD FOREST. Ecology 55(6):
         1391-1398. 1974. WR 157-13
    
633 Lubina, John Anthony. THE EFFECTS OF FIRE ON RODENT POPULATIONS IN THE CHAPARRAL 
         OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH. M.A. thesis, Calif. State 
         Univ. (Long Beach) 98p. 1978. WR 177
 
634 Martell, Arthur M. CHANGES IN SMALL MAMMAL COMMUNITIES AFTER FIRE IN NORTHCENTRAL 
         ONTARIO. Can. Field-Nat. 98(2):223-226. 1984. WR 196
    
635 Motobu, Di Anne. EFFECTS OF CONTROLLED SLASH BURNING ON THE MOUNTAIN SEAVER 
         (APLODONTIA RUFA RUFA). Northwest Sci. 52(2):92-99. May 1978. WR 171
    
636 Peterson, Sharon K.; Martin E. Gurtz and Donald W. Kaufman. STUDIES OF SMALL 
         MAMMALS IN BURNED AND UNBURNED TALLGRASS PRAIRIE--A MICROCOMPUTER-ENHANCED 
         APPROACH. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 65(2):166. June 1984. Abstract only. WR 195
    
637 Price, Mary V. and Nickolas M. Waser. ON THE RELATIVE ABUNDANCE OF SPECIES: 
         POSTFIRE CHANGES IN A COASTAL SAGE SCRUB RODENT COMMUNITY. Ecology 65(4):
         1161-1169. Aug. 1984. WR 195
    
638 Quinn, Ronald D. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON SMALL MAMMALS IN THE CHAPARRAL. Cal-Neva 
         Wildl. Trans. 1979:125-133. 1979. WR 177
    
639 Rana, B. D. EFFECT OF FIRE ON SMALL MAMMALS OF A NATURAL GRASSLAND COMMUNITY. 
         Mammalia 49(4):485-489. 1985. In English with French summ. WR 202
    
640 Senzota, Ramadhani Bakari Mshengeli. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON A SMALL 
         MAMMAL COMMUNITY IN POST OAK SAVANNAH, TEXAS. Ph.D. dissertation, Tex. 
         A&M Univ. 105p. 1985. From Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci. Eng. 46(5):1436. 
         1985. WR 200
    
641 Shadowen, H. E. A LIVE-TRAP STUDY OF SMALL MAMMALS IN LOUISIANA. J. Mammal. 
         44(1):103-108. Feb. 1963. WR 110-24
    
642 Simons, Lee E. INFERENCES ABOUT DESERT RODENT FIRE ECOLOGY FROM REPLICATED 
         AND NONREPLICATED STUDIES. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):418. 1987. Abstract 
         only. WR 206
    
643 Sims, H. Percy and Charles H. Buckner. THE EFFECT OF CLEAR CUTTING AND BURNING 
         OF PINUS BANKSIANA FORESTS ON THE POPULATIONS OF SMALL MAMMALS IN 
         SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA. Am. Midl. Nat. 90(1):228-231. July 1973. WR 150-16 

644 Stout, Jack; Allen L. Farris and Vernon L. Wright. SMALL MAMMAL POPULATION OF 
         AN AREA IN NORTHERN IDAHO SEVERELY BURNED IN 1967. Northwest Sci. 45(4):
         219-226. 1971. WR 146-46
    
645 Sullivan, Thomas P. COMPARATIVE DEMOGRAPHY OF PEROMYSCUS MANICULATUS AND 
         MICROTUS ORBCONI POPULATIONS AFTER LOGGING AND BURNING OF COASTAL FOREST 
         HABITATS. Can. J. Zool. 58(12):2252-2259. Dec. 1980. In English with 
         French summ. WR 181
    
646 Tevis, Lloyd, Jr. EFFECT OF A SLASH BURN ON FOREST MICE. J. Wildl. Manage. 
    20(4):405-409. Oct. 1956. WR 88-40
    
647 Vacanti, P. Lynne and Kenneth N. Geluso. RECOLONIZATION OF A BURNED PRAIRIE 
         BY MEADOW VOLES (MICROTUS PENNSYLVANICUS). Prairie Nat. 17(1):15-22. 
         1985. WR 198
    
648 West, Stephen Douglas. HABITAT RESPONSES OF MICROTINE RODENTS TO CENTRAL 
         ALASKAN FOREST SUCCESSION. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Calif. (Berkeley) 
         125p. 1979. WR 177
    
649 West, Stephen D. DYNAMICS OF COLONIZATION AND ABUNDANCE IN CENTRAL ALASKAN 
         POPULATIONS OF THE NORTHERN RED-BACKED VOLE, CLETHRIONOMYS RUTILUS. J. 
         Mammal. 63(1):128-143. 25 Feb. 1982. WR 185
    
650 White, James Edwin. THE EFFECT OF CONTROL BURNING ON SMALL MAMMAL POPULATIONS 
         OF THE NEW JERSEY PINE BARRENS. Ph.D. dissertation, Rutgers Univ. 96p. 
         1961. WR 105-17
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