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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


Wildfire and Wildfire Management

895 American Meteorological Society. SEVENTH CONFERENCE - FIRE AND FOREST METEOROLOGY. 
         Am. Meteorol. Soc. 173p. 1983. WR 204
    
896 Artsybashev, E. S. FOREST FIRES AND THEIR CONTROL. U.S. Dep. Agric. 169p. 
         1983. From U.S. Government Reports 84(9):10. 27 Apr. 1984. Available 
         from NTIS as PB84-156967. WR 194
    
897 Barrett, Stephen W. SEEING THE FOREST FOR THE TREES: LESSONS FROM MONTANA'S 
         1984 WILDFIRES. West. Wildlands 11(3):28-32. 1985. WR 201
    
898 Barrows, J. S.; V. J. Schaefer and P. B. Mac Cready. PROJECT SKYFIRE--A PROGRESS 
         REPORT ON LIGHTNING FIRE AND ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH. U.S. For. Serv. 
         Intermountain Exp. Stn. Res. Pap. No. 35. vii + 49p. Nov. 1954. WR 80-47
    
899 Baumgartner, David C. PILOT TESTING A NEW SYSTEM FOR APPRAISING WILDFIRE EFFECTS 
         IN WISCONSIN. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-97. 6p. 1984. From Monthly 
         Catalog of U.S. Government Publications 85-24224. 1985. WR 200
    
900 Bindseil, R. W. FEUERSCHUTZ AN VERKEHRSSTRASSEN IMWALD. [FIRE PROTECTION ALONG
         PUBLIC ROADS IN THE FOREST.] Holz-Zbl. 86(12):136. 1960. In German. WR 100-16
    
901 Blattenberger, Gail; William F. Hyde and Thomas J. Mills. RISK IN FIRE MANAGEMENT
         DECISIONMAKING: TECHNIQUES AND CRITERIA. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. 
         PSW-80. 9p. 1984. WR 201
    
902 Burgan, R. E. and R. C. Rothermel. BEHAVE: FIRE BEHAVIOR PREDICTION AND FUEL 
         MODELING SYSTEM-FUEL SUBSYSTEM. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-167. 
         135p. May 1984. From U.S. Government Reports 84(18):7. 31 Aug. 1984. 
         Available from NTIS as PB84-197961. WR 195

903 Collingwood, G. H. FUNCTIONS OF INDUSTRY IN WILDLIFE AND FOREST MANAGEMENT. 
         Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Conf. 9:13-18. 1944. WR 43-38
    
904 Cortner, Hanna J.; Malcolm J. Zwolinski; Edwin H. Carpenter and Jonathan G. 
         Taylor. PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR FIRE-MANAGEMENT POLICIES. J. For. 82(6):359-
         361. June 1984. WR 195
    
905 Crane, Marti. FIRE ECOLOGY OF FOREST HABITAT TYPES: AN AID FOR FIRE MANAGEMENT 
         PLANNING. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 325. 1985. Abstract 
         only. WR 199
    
906 Dieterich, John H. A SELECTED AND ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON FIRE BEHAVIOR, FIRE
         DANGER, FIRE EFFECTS AND FIRE WEATHER 1940-1951. M.S. thesis, Univ. Wash. 
         1952. WR 79-59
    
907 Finklin, Arnold I. SUMMARIZING WEATHER AND CLIMATIC DATA - A GUIDE FOR WILDLAND 
         MANAGERS. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-148. 47p. June 1983. WR 193
    
908 Ford, Tom. FOREST FIRE LOSS SHOWS GAIN. Ala. Conserv. 19(2):7, 14. Aug. 1947. 
         WR 52-37
    
909 Foxx, T. S. LA MESA FIRE SYMPOSIUM. Los Alamos Natl. Lab. 172p. 1984. From U.S. 
         Government Reports 85(3):12. 1985. Available from NTIS as DE84010095/GAR. 
         WR 197
    
910 Gorte, Ross W. and David C. Baumgartner. A FIRE EFFECTS APPRAISAL SYSTEM FOR 
         WISCONSIN. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. NC-90. 8p. 1983. From Monthly 
         Catalog of U.S. Government Publications 84-18455. Sept. 1984. WR 195
    
911 Graham, Hugh W. THE CHANGING NATURE OF THE FOREST AND ITS EFFECT ON FIRE 
         BEHAVIOR. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1983 p. 158-160. 1984. WR 194
    
912 Habeck, James R. IMPACT OF FIRE SUPRESSION ON FOREST SUCCESSION AND FUEL 
         ACCUMULATIONS IN LONG-FIRE-INTERVAL WILDERNESS HABITAT TYPES. U.S.
         For. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 110-118. 1985. WR 199
    
913 Hamilton, R. H. THE ROLE OF FIRE IN THE NEW FOREST LIABILITY FOR ESCAPED SLASH 
         FIRE. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1983 p. 178-180. 1984. WR 194
    
914 Hawley, Ralph C. and Paul W. Stickel. FOREST PROTECTION. ED. 2. Wiley 355p. 
         1948. WR 60-57

915 Higgens, Kenneth F. TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION, SIZE, AND FREQUENCY OF LIGHTNING
         FIRES IN THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 
         37:[13-14.] 1984. Abstract only. WR 198
    
916 Jerry, Danielle G. and Leonard A. Newell. PEOPLE, FIRE AND WILDLIFE IN SAN 
         DIEGO COUNTY WILDLANDS. Proc. Annu. Conf. West. Assoc. Fish. Wildl. 
         Agencies 60:500-511. July 1980. WR 181
    
917 Keeley, Jon E. DISTRIBUTION OF LIGHTNING-AND MAN-CAUSED WILDFIRES IN CALIFORNIA. 
         U.S. For. Serv. Cen Tech. Rep. PSW-58. p. 431-437. 1982. WR 199
    
918 Koppang, Mick. SUPPRESSION OPTIONS AND ALTERNATIVES: A PRIVATE SECTOR PERSPECTIVE. 
         North. For. Res. Cent. Inf. Rep. (Canada) NOR-X-271. p. 69-70. 1985. WR 205
    
919 Lee, Robert G. CAN REASON SUPRESS THE FIRE DEMON? In: Rangeland Fire Effects: 
         A Symposium, Ken Sanders and Jack Durham, editors. p. 93-97. 1985. WR 202
    
920 Leffler, Ross L. FIRE PREVENTION AND ITS RELATION TO WILDLIFE. Pa. Came News 
         7(6): 4-5. Sept. 1936. WR 7-21
    
921 Malanson, George P. and David R. Butler. AVALANCHE PATHS AS FUEL BREAKS: 
         IMPLICATIONS FOR FIRE MANAGEMENT. J. Environ. Manage. 19(3):229-238. 1984. 
         WR 197
    
922 Marker, John F. and James R. Fazio. THE POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF FIRE 
         MANAGEMENT. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1980:113-116. 1981. WR 195
    
923 McKinley, Randy A. MAPPING A WILDFIRE WITH NOAA-AVHRR AND LANDSAT SATELLITE 
         DATA. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 37:[42.] 1984. Abstract only.
         WR 198
    
924 McNamara, Eugene F. PAST FOREST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON 
         CURRENT FIRE MANAGEMENT POLICIES. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1982 p. 144-148. 
         1983. WR 194
    
925 Mills, Thomas J. INTEGRATING FIRE MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS INTO LAND MANAGEMENT 
         PLANNING. U.S. For Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-74. 8p. 1983. From Monthly 
         Catalog of U.S. Government Publications 84-18465. Sept. 1984. WR 195
    
926 Moyle, John B. and Sidney Rommel. RESEARCH FOR FIRE CONTROL. Conserv. Volunteer 
         22 (122):34-42. Mar.-Apr. 1958. WR 92-32
    
927 Murphy, Peter John. METHOD FOR EVALUATING THE EFFECTS OF FOREST FIRE MANAGEMENT 
         IN ALBERTA. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. British Columbia (Canada) 1985. From 
         Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci. Eng. 47(6):2249. 1986. WR 204
    
928 Newlon, Charles J. PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT AND FIRE MANAGEMENT. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 
         1980: 111-112. 1981. WR 195
    
929 Palmer, E. Laurence. WILDFIRE. Cornell Rural School Leafl. 41(2):3-32. 1947. 
         WR 57-5
    
930 Radtke, Klaus W.-H. AN URBAN VIEWPOINT OF WILDLAND FIRE PROBLEMS. Proc. Soc. 
         Am. For. 1980:117-122. 1981. WR 195
    
931 Rasch, G. E. and M. Mathewson. COLLECTION AND USE OF LIGHTNING STRIKE DATA IN 
         THE WESTERN U.S. DURING SUMMER 1983. U.S. Natl. Weather Serv. (Salt Lake 
         City) NOAA-TM-NWS-WR-184. 42p. 1984. From U.S. Government Reports 85(2):
         18 1985. Available from NTIS as PB85-110534/GAR. WR 197
    
932 Ranw, Denison M. INTERPRETING THE NATURAL ROLE OF FIRE: IMPLICATIONS FOR FIRE 
         MANAGEMENT POLICY. Proc. Second Cont. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:7-20. 1980. 
         WR 200
    
933 Reed, William J. THE EFFECTS OF THE RISK OF FIRE ON THE OPTIMAL ROTATION OF A 
         FOREST. J. Environ. Econ. Manage. 11(2):180-190. 1984. WR 206
    
934 Ryan, B. C. POTENTIAL FIRE BEHAVIOR IN CALIFORNIA: AN ATLAS AND GUIDE FOR FOREST 
         AND BRUSHLAND MANAGERS. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-77. 21p. 1984. 
         From U.S. Government Reports 85(1):11. 1985. Available from NTIS as PB85-
         103232/GAR. WR 197
    
935 Salazar, Lucy A. and Larry S. Bradshaw. CHANGES IN FIRE WEATHER DISTRIBUTIONS: 
         EFFECTS ON PREDICTED FIRE BEHAVIOR. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. PSW-174. llp. 
         1984. WR 201
    
936 Seaver, David A.; Peter J. Roussopoulos and Anthony N S. Freeling. THE ESCAPED 
         FIRE SITUATION: A DECISION ANALYSIS APPROACH. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. 
         RM-244. 12p. 1983. From Monthly Catalog of U.S. Government Publications 
         84-18409. Sept. 1984. WR 195
    
937 van Nao, T., editor. FOREST FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL: PROCEEDINGS OF AN
         INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ORGANIZED BY THE TIMBER COMMITTEE OF THE UNITED 
         NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE. Dr. W. Junk Publishers 236p. 1982. 
         WR 201
    
938 Van Wagtendonk, Jan W. FIRE SUPRESSION EFFECTS ON FUELS AND SUCCESSION IN SHORT-
         FIRE-INTERVAL WILDERNESS ECOSYSTEMS. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-
         182. p. 119-126. 1985. WR 199
    
939 Wetherill, G. R. FOREST FIRE PREVENTION PROGRAMS AND THEIR EVALUATION IN U.S. 
         FOREST SERVICE REGION 8. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note 50-282. 8p. Sept. 1982. 
         From U.S. Government Reports 84(17):10. 17 Aug. 1984. Available from NTIS 
         as PB84-194034. WR 195
    
940 Wick, James L. ALTERNATIVES TO BURNING. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1983 p. 184-186. 
         1984. WR 194 

941 Wiitala, Marc R. RETHINKING VALUES AT RISK. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1983 p. 161-164. 
         1984. WR 194
    
942 Woodard, Paul M. and Joe Niederleitner. FOREST FIRE PREVENTION DATA: A CHANGE 
         IN PERSPECTIVES. For. Chron. 59(5):229-234. Oct. 1983. In English with 
         French summ. WR 195

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