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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 Vegetation

General | Grassland | Shrub/Scrub Brushland - Savanna - Desert | Chaparral - Mediterranean | Heath

General

020 Ahlgren, I. F. and C. E. Ahlgren. ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF FOREST FIRES. Bot Rev.      
         26(4):483-533. Oct./Dec. 1960. WR 102-3
    
021 Baker, Clark Post. SOME EFFECTS OF FIRE ON OLD-FIELD PLANT COMMUNITIES OF 
         SOUTH-CENTRAL NEW YORK. M.S. thesis, Cornell Univ. viii + 95p. Jan. 1968. 
         WR 129-12
    
022 Buckhouse, John E EFFECTS OF FIRE ON RANGELAND WATERSHEDS. In: Rangeland Fire 
         Effects: A Symposium, Ken Sanders and Jack Durham, editors. p. 58-60. 
         1985 WR  202
    
023 Budowski, Gerardo. THE ECOLOGICAL STATUS OF FIRE IN TROPICAL AMERICAN LOWLANDS. 
         Boll Mus. Cienc. Nat. 4-5(1/4):113-127. 1958-1959 WR  103-4
    
024 Chautrand, L. [IMPACTS OF FIRE ON THE ECOSYSTEM.] In: Forest Fire Prevention 
         and Control. T. van Nao, editor. p. 209-213. 1982. In French with Enqlish 
         summ. WR 201 
    
025 DeWitt, James B. and James V. Derby, Jr. CHANGES IN NUTRITIVE VALUE OF BROWSE 
         PLANTS FOLLOWING FOREST FIRES. J. Wildl. Manage. 19(1):65-70. Jan. 1955. 
         WR 79-11
    
026 Garren, Kenneth H. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON VEGETATION OF THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED 
         STATES. Bot. Rev. 9(9):617-654. Nov. 1945. WR 39-21
    
027 Gilliam, Frank S. RESPONSE OF HERB BIOMASS AND DIVERSITY TO FIRE ON A SOUTH-
         EASTERN COASTAL PLAIN WATERSHED ECOSYSTEM. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 63(2):72. 
         June l982. Abstract only. WR 194

028 Malanson, G. P. DIVERSITY, STABILITY AND RESILIENCE: EFFECTS OF FIRE REGIME. 
         Int. Congr. Ecol. 4:225. 1986. Abstract only. WR 203
     
029 McMinn, Rcbert G. THE VEGETATION OF A BURN NEAR BLANEY: LAKE, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 
         Ecology 32(1):135-140. Jan. 1951. WR 64-39
    
030 Medve, Richard J. THE EFFECT OF FIRE ON THE ROOT HAIRS AND MYCORRHIZAE OF 
         LIATRIS SPICATA. Ohio J. Sci. 85(4):151-154. 1985. WR 199
    
031 Souto Cruz, C. THE RISK OF FIRE IN VEGETATIVE COVER FROM THE POINT OF VIEW 
         OF ECOLOGICAL PLANNING. In: Forest Fire Prevention and Control. T. van 
         Nao, editor. p. 215. 1982. Abstract only. WR 201
    
032 Stransky, John J. and Douglas Richardson. FRUITING OF BROWSE PLANTS AFFECTED 
         BY PINE SITE PREPARATION IN EAST TEXAS. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. 
         Assoc. Fish Wildl. Agencies 31:5-7. 1977 [1979]. WR 175
    
033 Stransky, John J. and Lowell K. Halls. EFFECT OF A WINTER FIRE ON FRUIT YIELDS 
         OF WOODY PLANTS. J. Wildl. Manage. 43(4):1007-1010. Oct. 1979. WR 180
    
034 Sullivan, Jay; Philip N. Omi; A. Allen Dyer and Armando Gonzalez-Caban. 
         EVALUATING THE ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF WILDFIRE REHABILITATION TREATMENTS. 
         West. J. Appl. For. 2(2):58-61. 1987. WR 207
   
035 Wade, Dale D. LINKING FIRE BEHAVIOR TO ITS EFFECTS ON LIVING PLANT TISSUE. 
         Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1986 p. 112-116. 1987. WR 206
    
036 Watts, Lyle F. WATERSHEDS AND NATIONAL FORESTS. Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Conf. 
         12:17-23. 1947. WR 53-34
    
037 Weaver, Harold. EFFECTS OF BURNING ON RANGE AND FORAGE VALUES IN THE PONDEROSA 
         PINE FOREST. Proc. Soc. Am. For. Meeting 1958:212-215. 1958 [1959].
         WR 96-28
    
038 Went, F. W.; G. Juhren and M. C. Juhren. FIRE AND BIOTIC FACTORS AFFECTING 
         GERMINATION. Ecology 33(3):351-364. July 1952. WR 70-48
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Grassland

039 Abrams, Marc D. and Lloyd C. Hulbert. EFFECT OF TOPOGRAPHIC POSITION AND 
         FIRE ON SPECIES COMPOSITION IN TALLGRASS PRAIRIE IN NORTHEAST KANSAS.  
         Am. Midl. Nat. 117(2):442-445. 1987. WR 206
    
040 Abrams, Marc D. FIRE HISTORY OF OAK GALLERY FORESTS IN A NORTHEAST KANSAS 
         TALLGRASS PRAIRIE. Am. Midl. Nat. 114(1):188-191. 1985. WR 199
   
041 Anderson, Roger C. FIRE IN NORTH AMERICAN GRASSLANDS: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE. 
         Bull. Ecol. Soc. AM. 68(3): 253. 1987. Abstract only. WR 206
    
042 Annala, Anne E. and Lawrence A. Kapustka. THE MICROBIAL AND VEGETATIONAL 
         RESPONSE TO FIRE IN THE LYNX PRAIRIE PRESERVE, ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO. 
         Prairie Nat. 14(4):101-112. Dec. 1982. WR 188
    
043 Antos, Joseph A.; Bruce McCune and Cliff Bara. THE EFFECT OF FIRE ON AN 
         UNGRAZED WESTERN MONTANA GRASSLAND. Am. Midl. Nat. 110(2):354-364. 
         Oct. 1983. WR 193
    
044 Beetle, Alan A. GRASSLAND CLIMAX, EVOLUTION, AND WYOMING. Univ. Wyo. Publ. 
         21(2):64-70. 1957. WR 94-24
    
045 Belsky, A. Joy. RELATIVE EFFECTS OF GRAZING, INTERSPECIFIC COMPETITION, FIRE, 
         AND DISTURBANCE ON A TROPICAL GRASSLAND COMMUNITY. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 
         65(2):179. June 1984. Abstract only. WR 195
    
046 Blank, Deborah L. and Philip J. Urness. FORAGE QUALITY COMPARISON OF BURNED 
         AND NONBURNED ASPEN COMMUNITIES. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 38:17. 
         1985. Abstract only. WR 198
    
047 Bock, Carl E. and Jane H. Bock. RESPONSE OF BIRDS, SMALL MAMMALS, AND VEGETATION 
         TO BURNING SACATON GRASSLANDS IN SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA. J. Range Manage. 
         31(4):296-300. July 1978. WR 183
  
048 Boren, K. H. and W. W. Brady. THE EFFECT OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON FORBS IN 
         TOBOSA GRASSLANDS OF ARIZONA. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 37:[14.] 
         1984. Abstract only. WR 198 
    
049 Bragg, T. B. FIRE HISTORY OF A NORTH AMERICAN SANDHILLS PRAIRIE. Int. Congr. 
         Ecol. 4:99 1986. Abstract only. WR 203
    
050 Britton, Carlton M. and Fred S. Guthery REJUVENATION OF EXOTIC GAME PASTURES. 
         In: Research Highlights - 1984 Noxious Brush and Weed Control, Range and 
         Wildlife Management, Tex. Tech Univ. 15:41. 1984. WR 205
    
051 Cassady, John T. BURNING MAY REDUCE GRASS PRODUCTION. U.S. For. Serv. South. 
         Exp. Stn. South. For. Notes No. 85. p. 2. May 1953. WR 74-46
    
052 Cawker, K. B. FIRE HISTORY AND GRASSLAND VEGETATION CHANGE: THREE POLLEN 
         DIAGRAMS FROM SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA. Can. J. Bot. 61(4):1126-1139. 
         Apr. 1983. In English with French summ. WR 195
    
053 Clark, Robert G.; Henry A. Wright and Fred H. Roberts. THRESHOLD REQUIREMENTS 
         FOR FIRE SPREAD IN GRASSLAND FUELS. In: Rangeland Fire Effects: A Symposium, 
         Ken Sanders and Jack Durham, editors. p. 27-32. 1985. WR 202
    
054 Collins, S. L. and D. J. Gibson. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON PLANT COMMUNITY STRUCTURE 
         IN PRAIRIES. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):283. 1987. Abstract only. WR 206
     
055 Collins, Scott L. and Susan C. Barber. EFFECTS OF DISTURBANCE ON DIVERSITY IN 
         MIXED-GRASS PRAIRIE. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 65(2):180. June 1984. Abstract 
         only. WR 195
    
056 Cornelius, Joe M. FIRE DISTURBANCE AND NITROGEN AVAILABILITY IN NORTHERN 
         CHIHUAHUAN DESERT GRASSLAND. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):284. 1987. 
         Abstract only. WR 206
    
057 Curtis, J. T. and Max L. Partch. EFFECT OF FIRE ON THE COMPETITION BETWEEN 
         BLUE GRASS AND CERTAIN PRAIRIE PLANTS. Am. Midl. Nat. 39(2):437-443. 
         Mar. 1948. WR 53-35
    
058 Dix, Ralph L. and John E. Butler. THE EFFECTS OF FIRE ON A DRY, THIN-SOIL 
         PRAIRIE IN WISCONSIN. J. Range Manage. 7(6):265-268. Nov. 1954. WR 79-57
    
059 Engle, D. M. and P. M. Bultsma. BURNING OF NORTHERN MIXED PRAIRIE DURING 
         DROUGHT. J. Range Manage. 37(5):398-401. 1984. WR 196
 
060 Ethridge, D. E.; R. G. Sudderth and H. A. Wright. RETURNS FROM PRESCRIBED 
         BURNING OF TOBOSAGRASS RANGELAND. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 
         37:[15.] 1984. Abstract only. WR 198
    
061 Forde, Jon D. THE EFFECTS OF FIRE ON BIRD AND SMALL MAMMAL COMMUNITIES IN 
         GRASSLANDS OF WIND CAVE NATIONAL PARK. M.S. thesis, Mich. Technol. 
         Univ. 1983. WR 194
    
062 Forde, Jon D.; Norman F. Sloan and Douglas A. Shown. GRASSLAND HABITAT  
         MANAGEMENT USING PRESCRIBED BURNING IN WIND CAVE NATIONAL PARK, SOUTH 
         DAKOTA. Prairie Nat. 16(3):97-110. 1984. WR 196
  
063 Forest, Adrienne. PYRIC ASPEN CONTROL: ITS USE IN RANGE IMPROVEMENT. Soc. 
         Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 37:[22.] 1984. Abstract only. WR 198

064 Gartner, F. Robert and Everett M. White. HISTORICAL ROLE OF FIRE IN THE 
         NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS AND ITS USE IN MANAGEMENT. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 
         64(2):110. June 1983. Abstract only. WR 194
    
065 Gibson, David J. FIRE EFFECTS ON TALLGRASS PRAIRIE VEGETATION. Bull. Ecol. 
         Soc. Am. 68(3):310. 1987. Abstract only. WR 206
    
066 Glenn-Lewin, David C.; Louise Johnson and Thomas W. Jurik. FIRE IN CENTRAL 
         NORTH AMERICAN GRASSLANDS: VEGETATIVE REPRODUCTION, SEED GERMINATION 
         AND SEEDLING ESTABLISHMENT. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):311. 1987. 
         Abstract only. WR 206
    
067 Greene, S. W. RELATION BETWEEN WINTER GRASS FIRES AND CATTLE GRAZING IN THE 
         LONGLEAF PINE BELT. J. For. 33(3):338-341. Mar. 1935. WR 1-12
 
068 Hanks, R. J. and Kling L. Anderson. PASTURE BURNING AND MOISTURE CONSERVATION. 
         J. Soil Water Conserv. 12(5):228-229. Sept. 1957. WR 90-22
    
069 Henderson, Richard A. and Evelyn A. Howell. THE RESPONSE OF FORB SPECIES TO 
         SEASONAL TIMING OF PRESCRIBED BURNS IN REMNANT WISCONSIN PRAIRIE. Bull. 
         Ecol. Soc. Am. 62(2):146. June 1982. Abstract only. WR 194
    
070 Himsworth, D. C.; J. Stubbendieck and Thomas B. Bragg. EFFECTS OF BURNING AND 
         MOWING ON A SEEDED TALLGRASS PASTURE. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 
         37:[14.] 1984. Abstract only. WR 198
    
071 Huber, G. E. and A. A. Steuter. VEGETATION PROFILE AND GRASSLAND BIRD RESPONSE 
         TO SPRING BURNING. Prairie Nat. 16(2):55-61. June 1984. WR 195
    
072 Huffman, Mary R. and Lawrence A. Kapustka. THE EFFECTS OF BURNING ON PHYTOMASS, 
         HEIGHT, AND FLOWERING TIME OF MAJOR GRASS SPECIES ON AN INTRODUCED PRAIRIE. 
         Ohio J. Sci. 84(2):88. 1984. Abstract only. WR 194
    
073 Hulbert, Lloyd C. CAUSES OF FIRE EFFECTS IN TALLGRASS PRAIRIE. Bull. Ecol. 
         Soc. Am. 65(2):180. June 1984. Abstract only. WR 195
    
074 James, Samuel W. AN UNEXPECTED EFFECT OF AUTUMN BURNING ON TALLGRASS PRAIRIE. 
         Am. Midl. Nat. 114(2): 400-403. 1985. WR 200
    
075 Johnson, Louise A. and David C. Glenn-Lewin. EFFECT OF SEASON OF FIRE ON 
         REPRODUCTION AND ESTABLISHMENT IN COOL AND WARM SEASON GRASSES. Bull. 
         Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):332. 1987. Abstract only. WR 206
    
076 Kelting, Ralph W. WINTER BURNING IN CENTRAL OKLAHOMA GRASSLAND. Ecology 38(3):
         520-522. July 1957. WR 90-23
    
077 Knapp, Alan K. and Lloyd C. Hulbert. PRODUCTION, DENSITY AND HEIGHT OF FLOWER 
         STALKS OF THREE GRASSES IN ANNUALLY BURNED AND UNBURNED EASTERN KANSAS 
         TALLGRASS PRAIRIE: A FOUR YEAR RECORD. Southwest. Nat. 31(2):235-241. 
         1986. WR 202

078 Knapp, Alan K. EFFECT OF FIRE IN TALLGRASS PRAIRIE ON SEED PRODUCTION OF 
         VERNONIA BALDWINII TORR. (COMPOSITAE). Southwest. Nat. 29(2):242-243. 
         30 May 1984. WR 194
    
079 Lattimore, Paul and Lawrence A. Kapustka. THE EFFECTS OF FIRE ON VAM FUNGAL 
         ASSOCIATIONS IN AN INTRODUCED TALLGRASS PRAIRIE IN SOUTHWEST OHIO. 
         Ohio J. Sci. 84(2):88. 1984. Abstract only. WR 194
    
080 McShane, M. Colleen and Ronald H. Sauer. COMPARISON OF EXPERIMENTAL FALL 
         BURNING AND CLIPPING ON BLUEBUNCH WHEATGRASS. Northwest Sci. 59(4):
         313-318. 1985. WR 200
    
081 Morrison, Linda C.; John D. DuBois and Lawrence A. Kapustka. THE VEGETATIONAL 
         RESPONSE OF A NEBRASKA SANDHILLS GRASSLAND TO A NATURALLY OCCURRING FALL 
         BURN. Prairie Nat. 18(3):179-184. 1986. WR 204
    
082 Ohr, Kimberly M. and Thomas B. Bragg. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON NUTRIENT AND ENERGY 
         CONCENTRATION OF FIVE PRAIRIE GRASS SPECIES. Prairie Nat. 17(3):113-126. 
         1985. WR 199
    
083 Ojima, D. S.; D. S. Schimel and W. J. Parton. FIRE AND ECOSYSTEM PROCESSES IN 
         THE TALLGRASS PRAIRIE. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 66(2):241. 1985. Abstract only. 
         WR 198
     
084 Parton, W. J.; D. S. Schimel; D. Ojima and C. Owensby. SIMULATING THE INTERACTIVE
         IMPACT OF FIRE AND GRAZING ON C, N, AND P CYCLING IN A TALLGRASS PRAIRIE. 
         Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):384. 1987. Abstract only. WR 206
     
085 Pratt, D. J. A NOTE ON THE OVERGRAZING OF BURNED GRASSLAND BY WILDLIFE. East 
        Afr. Wildl. J. 5:173-174. Aug. 1967. WR 129-12
 
086 Robocker, W. C. and Bonita J. Miller. EFFECTS OF CLIPPING, BURNING AND 
         COMPETITION ON ESTABLISHMENT AND SURVIVAL OF SOME NATIVE GRASSES IN 
         WISCONSIN. J. Range Manage. 8(3):117-120. May 1955. WR 82-46
    
087 Rybczyk, John M. and Patrick C. Kangas. EFFECTS OF FIRE IN THE YPSILANTI 
         BAYOU LANDSCAPE. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):405. 1987. Abstract only. 
         WR 206
    
088 Sauer, Carl 0. GRASSLAND CLIMAX, FIRE, AND MAN. J. Range Manage. 3(1):16-21. 
         Jan. 1950. WR 6146
    
089 Schacht, Walter and J. Stubbendieck. PRESCRIBED BURNING IN THE LOESS HILLS 
         MIXED PRAIRIE OF SOUTHERN NEBRASKA. J. Range Manage. 38(1):47-51. 1985. 
         WR 197
    
090 Seastedt, Tim R. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON BELOWGROUND PROCESSES OF TALLGRASS PRAIRIE. 
         Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):413. 1987. Abstract only. WR 206
    
091 Smith, Michael A.; Jerrold L. Dodd and J. Daniel Rodgers. PRESCRIBED BURNING 
         ON WYOMING RANGELAND. Univ. Wyo. Agric. Ext. Serv. Bull. 810. 25p. 1985. 
         WR 200
    
092 Spencer, Stephen R.; Guy N. Cameron; Bruce D. Eshelman; Linda C. Cooper and 
         Lawrence R. Williams. INFLUENCE OF POCKET GOPHER MOUNDS ON A TEXAS COASTAL 
         PRAIRIE. Oecologia (Berl.) 66(1):111-115. 1985. WR 198
    
093 Towne, Gene and Clenton Owensby. LONGTERM EFFECTS OF ANNUAL BURNING AT DIFFERENT 
         DATES IN UNGRAZED KANSAS TALLGRASS PRAIRIE. J. Range Manage. 37(5):392-397. 
         1984. WR 196
    
094 Wade, Dale D. and Clifford E. Lewis. MANAGING SOUTHERN GRAZING ECOSYSTEMS WITH 
         FIRE. Rangelands 9( 3):115-118. 1987. WR 206
    
095 Wahlenberg, W. G. and E. W. Gemmer. SOUTHERN FOREST RANGES. The Western Range. 
         74th Congr., 2nd Session, Senate Doc. 199: 567-580. July 1936. WR 5-28
       
096 Whisenant, S. G.; D. N. Ueckert and C. J. Scifres. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON TEXAS 
         WINTERGRASS COMMUNITIES. J. Range Manage. 37(5):387-391. 1984. WR 196
    
097 Wilson, Scott D. COMPETITION, FIRE, AND SPECIES COMPOSITION OF MIXED-GRASS 
         PRAIRIE. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):449. 1987. Abstract only. WR 206
    
098 Wright, Henry A. and Arthur W. Bailey. FIRE ECOLOGY AND PRESCRIBED BURNING 
         IN THE GREAT PLAINS: A RESEARCH REVIEW. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. 
         INT-77. 60p. 1980. WR 183
    
099 Young, Richard P. and Richard F. Miller. RESPONSE OF SITANION HYSTRIX (NUTT.) 
         J. G. TO PRESCRIBED BURNING. Am. Midl. Nat. 113(1):182-187  1985. WR 197
    
100 Zimmerman, Gregory M.; Harold Goetz and Paul W Mielke, Jr USE OF AN IMPROVED 
         STATISTICAL METHOD FOR GROUP COMPARISONS TO STUDY EFFECTS OF PRAIRIE 
         FIRE. Ecology 66(2):606-611. 1985. WR 198     
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Shrub/Scrub Brushland -- Savanna -- Desert

101 Acker, S. A. A COMPARISON OF ORDINATION METHODS USING INFORMATION CONCERNING 
         THE EFFECTS OF WILDFIRE ON SAGEBRUSH-GRASS VEGETATION. Int. Congr Ecol. 
         4:74. 1986. Abstract only. WR 203
    
102 Acker, Steven A. RECENT WILDFIRE AND VEGETATION DYNAMICS IN BIG SAGEBRUSH-
         BUNCHGRASS VEGETATION Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):250. 1987. Abstract 
         only. WR 206
    
103 Bates, Patricia A. PRESCRIBED BURNING BLACKBRUSH FOR DEER HABITAT IMPROVEMENT. 
         Cal-Neva Wildl. Trans. 1983:174-182. 1983. WR 193
    
104 Biswell, H. H. THE BRUSH CONTROL PROBLEM IN CALIFORNIA. J. Range Manage. 7(2):
         57-62. Mar. 1954. WR 78-23
    
105 Biswell, H. H.; A. M. Schultz and D. W. Hedrick. A POSSIBLE METHOD OF INCREASING 
         WESTERN MOUNTAIN MAHOGANY ON GAME RANGES. Calif. Fish Game 39(2):187-189 
         Apr 1953 WR 73-19
    
106 Biswell, H H.; R. D. Taber; D. W. Hedrick and A. M Schultz. MANAGEMENT OF 
         CHAMISE BRUSHLANDS FOR GAME IN THE NORTH COAST REGION OF CALIFORNIA. 
         Calif. Fish Game 38(4):453-484. Oct. 1952. WR 70-12
    
107 Biswell, Harold H. PRESCRIBED BURNING FOR WILDLIFE IN CALIFORNIA BRUSHLANDS. 
         Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Nat. Resour. Conf. 34:438-446. 1969. WR 137-14
    
108 Blaisdell, James P. ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF PLANNED BURNING ON SAGEBRUSH-GRASS 
         RANGE ON THE UPPER SNAKE RIVER PLAINS. U.S. Dep. Agric. Tech. Bull. No. 
         1075. 39p. July 1953. WR 78-76
    
109 Blaisdell, James P. and Walter F. Mueggler. SPROUTING OF BITTERBRUSH (PURSHIA
         TRIDENTATA) FOLLOWING BURNING OR TOP REMOVAL. Ecology 37(2):365-370. 
         Apr. 1956. WR 86-25
 
110 Bogusch, Edwin R. BRUSH INVASION IN THE RIO GRANDE PLAIN OF TEXAS. Tex. J. 
         Sci. 4(1):85-91. Mar. 1952 WR 76-86
    
111 Britton, Carlton M. and Robert G. Clark. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON SAGEBRUSH AND 
         BITTERBRUSH. In: Rangeland Fire Effects: A Symposium, Ken Sanders and 
         Jack Durham. editors. p. 22-26. 1985. WR 202
    
112 Bunting, Stephen C., Leon F. Neuenschwander and George E. Gruell. FIRE ECOLOGY 
         OF ANTELOPE BITTERBRUSH IN THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS. U.S. For. Serv. 
         Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-186. p. 48-57. 1985. WR 200
    
113 Bunting, Stephen C. FIRE IN SAGEBRUSHGRASS ECOSYSTEMS: SUCCESSIONAL CHANGES. 
         In: Rangeland Fire Effects: A Symposium, Ken Sanders and Jack Durham, 
         editors. p. 7-11. 1985. WR 202
    
114 Burton, Glenn W. and Ralph H. Hughes. EFFECTS OF BURNING AND 2,4,5-T ON 
         GALLBERRY AND SAW PALMETTO. J. For. 59(7):497-500. July 1961. WR 103-15
    
115 Bushey, Charles L. SAGEBRUSH-GRASSLAND VEGETATIVE FUEL AND FIRE BEHAVIOR 
         PARAMETERS FOR PRESCRIBED FIRE. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. 
         p. 316. 1985. Abstract only. WR 199

116 Cave, George H. and Duncan T. Patten. SHOFT-TERM VEGETATION RESPONSES TO FIRE 
         IN THE UPPER SONORAN DESERT. J. Range Manage. 37(6):491-496. 1984. WR 197
 
117 Christensen, Norman L. SHRUBLAND FIRE REGIMES AND THEIR EVOLUTIONARY CONSEQUENCES. 
         In: The Ecology of Natural Disturbance and Patch Dynamics, S. T. A. 
         Pickett and P. S. White, editors. p. 85-100. 1985. WR 203

118 Clary, Warren P. and Arthur R. Tiedemann. DEVELOPMENT OF 'RINCON' FOURWING 
         SALTBUSH, WINTERFAT, AND OTHER SHRUBS FROM SEED FOLLOWING FIRE. U.S. 
         For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-172. p. 273-280. 1984. WR 199
    
119 Countryman, Clive M. and Donald R. Cornelius. SOME EFFECTS OF FIRE ON A 
         PERENNIAL RANGE TYPE. J. Range Manage. 10(1):39-41. Jan. 1957 WR 88-21
    
120 Cronemiller, Fred P. THE LIFE HISTORY OF DEERBRUSH--A FIRE TYPE. J. Range 
         Manage. 12(1):21-25. Jan 1959. WR 95-33 

121 Dahms, Walter G. and George A. James. BRUSH CONTROL ON FOREST LANDS WITH 
         EMPHASIS ON PROMISING METHODS FOR THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST (A REVIEW OF 
         SELECTED REEERENCES). U.S. For. Serv. Pac. North West Exp. Stn. Res. 
         Pap. No. 13. iii + 81p May 1955. WR 81-55
    
122 Driver, Charles H. POTENTIALS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF BITTERSRUSH HABITATS BY 
         THE USE OF PRESCRIBED FIRE. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-152. p. 
         137-141. 1983. WR 199
    
123 Fisher, R. F. and M. J. Jenkins. FIRE AND THE PRAIRIE-FOREST MOSAIC OF DEVILS 
         TOWER NATIONAL MONUMENT. Am. Midl. Nat. 117(2):250-257. 1987. WR 206
    
124 Fonteyn, Paul J.; M. Wade Stone; Malinda A. Yancy and John T. Baccus. 
         INTERSPECIFIC AND INTRASPECIFIC MICROHABITAT TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS 
         DURING A FIRE. Am. Midl. Nat. 112(2):246-250. 1984. WR 196
    
125 Frandsen, O'dell A. FIRE AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL IN SOUTHEAST IDAHO--A CASE 
         STUDY. In: Rangeland Fire Effects: A Symposium, Ken Sanders and Jack 
         Durham, editors. p. 85-B7. l985. WR  202 
    
126 Gibbens, R. P. and A. M. Schultz. BRUSH MANIPULATION ON A DEER WINTER RANGE. 
         Calif. Fish Game 49(2):95-llB. Apr. 1963. WR 111-32
    
127 Gonzales, Philbert M. and Glen C. Mitchell. MANAGEMENT OF MOUNTIAN BIG SAGEBRUSH 
         BY BURNING IN THE SOUTHERN BIG HORN MOUNTIANS. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. 
         Meeting 38:16. 1985. Abstract only. WR 198
    
128 Gratkowski, H. BRUSH SEEDLINGS AFTER CONTROLLED BURNING OF BRUSHLANDS IN 
         SOUTHWESTERN OREGON. J. For. 59(12):885-888. Dec. 1961. WR 106-22
    
129 Gruell, G.; S. Bunting and L. Neuenschwander. INFLUENCE OF FIRE ON CURLLEAF 
         MOUNTAIN-MAHOGANY IN THE INTERMOUNTAIN WEST. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. 
         Rep. INT-186. p. 58-72. l985. WR 200
    
130 Hallisey, Dennis M. and Gene W. Wood. PRESCRIBED FIRE IN SCRUB OAK HABITAT 
         IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA. J. Wildl. Manage. 40(3):507-516. July 1976. 
         WR 162
    
131 Hassan, M. A. and N. E. West. DYNAMICS OF SOIL SEED POOLS IN BURNED AND UNBURNED 
         SAGEBRUSH SEMI-DESERT. Ecology 67(1):269-272. l986. WR 201
    
132 Howard, W. E.; R. L. Fenner and H. E. Childs, Jr. WILDLIFE SURVIVAL IN BRUSH 
         BURNS. J. Range Manage. 12(5):230-234. Sept. 1959. WR 97-8
    
   
133 Howard, Walter E. WILDLIFE DEPREDATIONS ON BROADCAST SEEDINGS OF BURNED 
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179 Bonnicksen, Thomas M. COMPUTER SIMULATION OF THE CUMULATIVE EFFECTS OF 
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180 Bonnicksen, Thomas M. BRUSHLAND FIRE-MANAGEMENT POLICIES: A CROSS-IMPACT 
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199 Mills, James N. HERBIVORY AND SEEDLING ESTABLISHMENT IN POST-FIRE SOUTHERN 
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201 Minnich, Richard A. GRAZING, FIRE, AND THE MANAGEMENT OF VEGETATION ON SANTA 
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202 Morey, M.; C. Garcia and J. A. Guijarro. PLANT SPECIES STRATEGIES AND COMMUNITY 
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203 Odion, Dennis C.; Diana E. Hickson and Frank W. Davis. SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL 
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204 Parker, V. T. EFFECT OF WET-SEASON MANAGEMENT BURNS ON CHAPARRAL REGENERATION. 
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205 Parsons, David J. FIRE MANAGEMENT AND VEGETATION EFFECTS IN MEDITERRANEAN-TYPE 
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206 Philpot, C. W. FIRE DYNAMICS IN CHAPARRAL. Cal-Neva Wildl. Trans. 1979:102-103. 
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208 Plumb, Timothy R., technical coordinator. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIA ON THE 
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209 Raktke, Klaus W.-H.. Arthur M. Arndt and Ronald H. Wakimoto. FIRE HISTORY OF 
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210 Rogers, Michael J. FIRE MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. U.S. For. Serv. 
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211 Rundel, P. W.; D. J. Parsons and G. A. Baker. THE ROLE OF SHRUB STRUCTURE AND 
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212 Salazar, Lucy A. and Armando Gonzalez-Caban. SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS OF A WILDFIRE
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213 Sampson, Arthur W. PLANT SUCCESSION ON BURNED CHAPARRAL LANDS IN NORTHERN 
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214 Schmutz, Ervin M. and David W. Whitham. SHRUB CONTROL STUDIES ON THE OAK-
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215 Shantz, H. L. THE USE OF FIRE AS A TOOL IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE BRUSH RANGES 
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216 Stohlgren, Thomas J. FIRE-CAUSED MORTALITY IN CHAMISE CHAPARRAL. U.S. For. 
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217 Sweeney, James R. RESPONSES OF VEGETATION TO FIRE; A STUDY OF THE HERBACEOUS 
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218 West, Allan J. A DECISION MAKER'S POINT OF VIEW ON FIRES IN CHAPARREL. Cal-Neva 
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219 Wirtz, W. O. II. POSTFIRE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF BIRDS AND RODENTS IN SOUTHERN 
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220 Zaremba, Robert E. PRESCRIBED BURNING EXPERIMENTS IN NANTUCKET HEATHLANDS. 
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