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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

Range - General | Temperate/Tropical - Woodland/Forest | Boreal - Subalpine - Bog Vegetation - Taiga - Tundra

Range - General

221 Burcham, L. T. RECENT TRENDS IN RANGE IMPROVEMENT ON CALIFORNIA FOOTHILL RANGES. 
         J. Range Manage. 8(3):121-125. May 1955. WR 82-45
    
222 Campbell, Robert S. and others. NUTRITIVE VALUES OF NATIVE PLANTS ON FOREST 
         RANGE IN CENTRAL LOUISIANA. La. State Univ. & A&M Coll. Agric. Exp. La. 
         Bull. No. 488. 18p. May 1954. WR 78-9
    
223 Dobrowolski, J. P.; W. H. Blackburn and H. E. Grelen. INFILTRATION RATES AND 
         WATER QUALITY OF LONGLEAF PINE/BLUESTEM RANGE FOLLOWING 22 YEARS OF 
         SEASONAL BURNING. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 37:[13.] 1984. Abstract 
         only. WR 198
    
224 Monsen, Stephen B. and E. Durant McArthur. FACTORS INFLUENCING ESTABLISHMENT 
         OF SEEDED BROADLEAF HERBS AND SHRUBS FOLLOWING FIRE. In: Rangeland Fire 
         Effects: A Symposium, Ken Sanders and Jack Durham, editors. p. 112-124. 
         1985. WR 202
    
225 Peek, James M.; Frederic D. Johnson and Ned N. Pence. SUCCESSIONAL TRENDS IN 
         A PONDEROSA PINE/BITTERBRUSH COMMUNITY RELATED TO GRAZING BY LIVESTOCK, 
         WILDLIFE, AND TO FIRE. J. Range Manage. 31(1):49-53. Jan. 1978. WR 169
    
226 Peterson, David L. and Patrick J. Flowers. ESTIMATING POSTFIRE CHANGES IN 
         PRODUCTION AND VALUE OF NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN-INTERMOUNTAIN RANGELANDS. 
         U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. PSW-173. 19p. 1984. WR 201
    

227 Sampson, A. W. RANGE MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES. Wiley 570p. 1952. 
         WR 68-41
    
228 Sampson, A. W. and Clark H. Gleason. CHANGE IN BURNING TERMINOLOGY. J. Range 
         Manage. 10(3):103. May 1957. WR 89-11
    
229 Sanders, Ken and Jack Durham, editors. RANGELAND FIRE EFFECTS: A SYMPOSIUM. 
         U.S. Bur. Land Manage. 124p. 1985. WR 202
    
230 Schultz, Arnold M. and H. H. Biswell. RESEEDING BURNED RANGELAND. Calif. Agric. 
         7(3):34. Mar. 1953. WR 73-20
    
231 Shepherd, W. O. EFFECTS OF BURNING AND GRAZING FLATWOODS FOREST RANGES. U.S. 
         For. Serv. Southeastern Exp. Stn. Res. Notes No. 30. 2p. May 1953 WR 73-81
    
232 West, Neil E. and M. A. Hassan. RECOVERY OF SAGEBRUSH-GRASS VEGETATION FOLLOWING 
         WILDFIRE. J. Range Manage. 38(2):131-134. 1985. WR 197
    
233 Young, Richard P. FIRE AS A VEGETATION MANAGEMENT TOOL IN RANGELANDS OF THE 
         INTERMOUNTAIN REGION. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-157. p. 18-31. 
         Nov. 1983. WR 193
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Temperate/Tropical -- Woodland/Forest

234 Abrahamson, Warren G. PLANT SPECIES RESPONSES TO FIRE ON THE FLORIDA LAKE 
         WALES RIDGE. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 63(2):72. June 1982. Abstract only. 
         WR 194

235 Adams, Kenneth Bradley. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED FIRE IN TRANSISTION OAK STANDS 
         IN NEW YORK. Ph.D. dissertation, State Univ. N.Y. 358p. 1984. From Diss. 
         Abstr. Int. B Sci. Eng. 46(3):717. 1985. WR 200
    
236 Andariese, Steve W. and W. Wallace Covington. CHANGES IN UNDERSTORY PRODUCTION 
         FOR THREE PRESCRIBED BURNS OF DIFFERENT AGES IN PONDEROSA PINE. For. Ecol. 
         Manage. 14(3):193-203. 1986 WR 202
    
237 Anderson, H. W. REGENERATING YELLOW BIRCH WITH PRESCRIBED FIRE. Proc. Soc. Am. 
         For. 1982 p. 168-172. 1983. WR 194
    
238 Armour, Charles D.; Stephen C. Bunting and Leon F. Neuenschwander. FIRE INTENSITY 
         EFFECTS ON THE UNDERSTORY IN PONDEROSA PINE FORESTS. J. Range Manage. 
         37(1):44-49. Jan. 1984. WR 194 
    
239 Bartos, Dale L. CHANGES IN ASPEN AND ASSOCIATED SPECIES RESULTING FROM MANIPULATION 
         BY BURNING AND CUTTING. In: Symposium Proceedings Situation Management 
         of Two Intermountain Species: Aspen and Coyotes. Vol. I. Aspen. Norbert 
         V. DeByle, editor. P. 77-87. 1981. WR 194
    
240 Bickford, C. A. THE USE OF FIRE IN THE FLATWOODS OF THE SOUTHEAST. J. For. 
         40(2):132-133. Feb. 1942. WR 40-31
    
241 Bickford, C. A. and John R. Curry. THE USE OF FIRE IN THE PROTECTION OF LONGLEAF 
         AND SLASH PINE FORESTS. U.S. For. Serv. Southeast. For. Exp. Stn. Occas. 
         Pap. 105. 22p. Aug. 1943. WR 38-30, WR 40-31
    
242 Biswell, H. H.; A. M. Schultz and J. L. Launchbaugh. BRUSH CONTROL IN PONDEROSA 
         PINE / TECHNICS OF PRESCRIBED BURNS TO ENCOURAGE GROWTH OF DESIRABLE 
         GAME BROWSE IN SECOND-GROWTH TIMBER. Calif, Aarlc 9(1):3, 14. Jan. 1955.  
         WR 80-9  
    
243 Bock, Jane H and Carl E Bock. EFFECT OF FIRES ON WOODY VEGETATION IN THE 
         PINE-GRASSLAND ECOTONE OF THE SOUTHERN BLACK HILLS. Am. Midl. Nat. 
         112(1):35-42. July 1984. WR 195
    
244 Bork, Joyce Lynn. FIRE HISTORY IN THREE VEGETATION TYPES ON THE EASTERN SIDE 
         OF THE OREGON CASCADES. Ph.D. dissertation, Oreg. State Vniv. 112p. 1984. 
         From Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci. Eng. 45(8):2384. 1985. WR 197
    
245 Bragg, Thomas B. A PRELIMINARY FIRE HISTORY OF THE OAK/PINE BLUFF FOREST OF 
         NORTHCENTRAL NEBRASKA. Proc. Nebr. Acad. Sci. 95:8. 1985. Abstract only. 
         WR 198
    
246 Brown, James H., Jr. THE ROLE OF FIRE IN ALTERING THE SPECIES COMPOSITION OF 
         FORESTS IN RHODE ISLAND. Ecology 41(2):310-316. Apr. 1960. WR 99-S
    
247 Bruce, David. THIRTY-TWO YEARS OF ANNUAL BURNING IN LONGLEAF PINE. J. For. 
         45(11):809-814. Nov. 1947 WR 52-36
    
248 Buchholz, K. INITIAL RESPONSES OF PINE AND OAK TO WILDFIRE IN THE NEW JERSEY 
         PINE BARREN PLAINS. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 110(1):91-96. 1983. From 
         Ecol Abstr 1984/5:84L/5351. 1984. WR 199
    
249 Buckner, James L. and J. Larry Landers. FIRE AND DISKING EFFECTS ON HERBACEOUS 
         FOOD PLANTS AND SEED SUPPLIES. J. Wildl. Manage. 43(3):807-811. July 1979. 
         WR 176
    
250 Buell, Murray F. and John E. Cantlon. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON GROUND 
         COVER IN THE NEW JERSEY PINE REGION. Ecology 34(3):520-528. July 1953. 
         WR 75-72
    
251 Campbell, Robert S. VEGETATIONAL CHANGES AND MANAGEMENT IN THE CUTOVER LONGLEAF 
         PINE-SLASH PINE AREA OF THE GULF COAST Ecology 36(1):29-34. Jan 1955. 
         WR 79-56
    
252 Crane, M. F.; J R Habeck and W C Fischer. EARLY POSTFIRE REVEGETATION IN A 
         WESTERN MONTANA DOUGLAS-FIR FOREST U.S. For. Serv, Res. Rep. INT-319. 
         37p. Nov 1983. From U. S. Government Reports 84(7):11. 30 Mar. 1984. 
         Available from NTIS as PB84-139930. WR 193

253 Cushwa, C. T THE EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED FIRE ON PLANT SUCCESSION IN PINE STANDS 
         OF THE PIEDMONT--WITH PARTICULAR EMPHASIS ON RESPONSE OF GAME FOOD PLANTS 
         Ph,D. thesis, Va. Polytech. Inst. 80p. 1967 WR 133-15
    
254 Day, Gordon M. THE INDIAN AS AN ECOLOGICAL FACTOR IN THE NORTHEASTERN FOREST 
         Ecology 34(2):329-346. Apr. 1953. WR 74-45
    
255 Devet, David D. and Melvin L. Hopkins. RESPONSE OF WILDLIFE HABITAT TO THE 
         PRESCRIBED BURNING PROGRAM ON THE NATIONAL FORESTS IN SOUTH CAROLINA 
         Proc, Annu, Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Game Fish Comm. 21:129-133. 1967[1968]. 
         WR 134-13
    
256 Dieterich, John H. FIRE HISTORY OF SOUTHWESTERN MIXED CONIFER: A CASE STUDY. 
         For. Ecol. Manage. 6(1):13-31. 1983. WR 193
    
257 Duever, Michael J.; John E. Carlson; John F. Meeder; Linda E. Duever; Lance 
         H. Gunderson; Lawrence A. Riopelle; Taylor R. Alexander; Ronald L. Myers 
         and Daniel P. Spangler. THE BIG CYPRESS NATIONAL PRESERVE. Natl. Audubon 
         Soc. Res. Rep. No 8 455p 1986. WR 206
    
258 Evanko, Anthony B. PERFORMANCE OF SEVERAL FORAGE SPECIES ON NEWLY BURNED 
         LODGEPOLE PINE SITES. U.S. For. Serv. North. Rocky Mountain Exp. Stn. 
         Res. Note No. 133. 7p. Dec. 1953. WR 76-20

259 Everett, Richard and Warren Clary FIRE EFFECTS AND REVEGETATION ON JUNIPER-
         PINYON WOODLANDS In: Rangeland Fire Effects: A Symposium, Ken Sanders 
         and Jack Durham, editors. p. 33-37. 1985. WR 202
    
260 Everett, Richard L. and Steven H. Sharrow. RESPONSE OF UNDERSTORY SPECIES TO 
         TREE HARVESTING AND FIRE IN PINYON-JUNIPER WOODLANDS. U.S. For. Serv. 
         Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-157. p. 62-66. Nov. 1983. WR 193
    
261 Everett, Richard L. and Kenneth Ward. EARLY PLANT SUCCESSION ON PINYON-JUNIPER 
         CONTROLLED BURNS. Northwest Sci. 58(1):57-68. Feb. 1984. WR 193
    
262 Fischer, William C. and Bruce D. Clayton. FIRE ECOLOGY OF MONTANA FOREST 
         HABITAT TYPES EAST OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. 
         Tech. Rep. INT-141. 88p. May 1983. WR 193 
    
263 Gaines, E. M.; H. R. Kallander and J. A. Wagner. CONTROLLED BURNING IN 
         SOUTHWESTERN PONDEROSA PINE: RESULTS FROM THE BLUE MOUNTAIN PLOTS, FORT 
         APACHE INDIAN RESERVATION. J. For. 56(5):323-327. May 1958. WR 92-32
    
264 Garza, Nick E., Jr. and W. H. Blackburn. THE INFLUENCE OF SEASONAL BURNING 
         ON WATER QUALITY AND VEGETATIVE COVER IN TWO POST OAK SAVANNAH COMMUNITIES. 
         Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 37:[13.] 1984. Abstract only. WR 198
    
265 Gilliam, Frank Stuart. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON COMPONENTS OF NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN A 
         LOWER COASTAL PLAIN WATERSHED ECOSYSTEM. Ph.D. dissertation, Duke Univ. 
         282p. 1983. From Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci. Eng. 45(1):53. July 1984. WR 
         195
    
266 Grimm, Eric C. FIRE AND OTHER FACTORS CONTROLLING THE BIG WOODS VEGETATION 
         OF MINNESOTA IN THE MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY. Ecol. Monogr. 54(3):291-311. 
         Sept. 1984. WR 195
    
267 Gruell, George E. FIRE AND VEGETATIVE TRENDS IN THE NORTHERN ROCKIES: 
         INTERPRETATIONS FROM 1871-1982 PHOTOGRAPHS. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. 
         Rep. INT-158. 117p. Dec. 1983. WR 194
    
268 Halls, L. K. IMPROVING WILDLIFE HABITAT IN PINE-HARDWOOD FORESTS OF THE 
         SOUTHERN UNITED STATES. Trans. Int. Congr. Game Biol. 9:151-154. 1970. 
         In English with Russian summ. WR 144-23
    
269 Henderson, Norman R. and James N. Long. BLACK OAK WOODLANDS OF THE SOUTHERN 
         LAKE MICHIGAN SAND DUNES: STRUCTURE, SUCCESSION AND FIRE. Bull. Ecol. 
         Soc. Am. 64(2):147. June 1983. Abstract only. WR 194
    
270 Heyward, Frank. THE RELATION OF FIRE TO STAND COMPOSITION OF LONGLEAF PINE 
         FORESTS. Ecology 20(2):287-304. Apr. 1939. WR 20-18

271 Highsmith, Richard M., Jr. and John L. Beh, TILLAMOOK BURN: THE REGENERATION 
         OF A FOREST. Sci. Monthly 75(3):139-148. Sept. 1952. WR 71-52
    
272 Hodgkins, Earl Joseph. SOME EARLY EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON THE SOIL, 
         FOREST FLOOR, AND VEGETATION IN THE LOBLOLLY-SHORTLEAF PINE FOREST OF 
         THE UPPER COASTAL PLAIN OF ALABAMA. Ph.D. thesis, Mich. State Univ. 182p. 
         1956. WR 90-24
    
273 Hodgkins, Earl J. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON UNDERGROWTH VEGETATION IN UPLAND SOUTHERN 
         PINE FORESTS. Ecology 39(1):36-46. Jan. 1958. WR 91-35
    
274 Huff, Mark Hamilton. POST-FIRE SUCCESSION IN THE OLYMPIC MOUNTAINS, WASHINGTON: 
         FOREST VEGETATION, FUELS, AND AVIFAUNA. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Wash. 
         258p. 1984. From Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci. Eng. 45(6):1637. 1984. WR 
         196

275 Huntley, Jimmy C. and Charles E. McGee IMPACT OF FIRE ON REGENERATION AND 
         WILDLIFE HABITAT IN UPLAND HARDWOODS. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1982 p 158-162. 
         1983. WR 194
    
276 Hurst, George A. and Randy C. Warren. DEER FORAGE IN 13-YEAR-OLD COMMERCIALLY 
         THINNED AND BURNED LOBLOLLY PINE PLANTATIONS. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. 
         Assoc. Fish Wildl. Agencies 36:420-426. 1982. WR 198
 
277 Huss, Donald L. FACTORS INFLUENCING PLANT SUCCESSION FOLLOWING FIRE IN ASHE 
         JUNIPER WOODLAND TYPES IN REAL COUNTY, TEXAS. M.S. thesis, Tex. A&M 
         Coll. May 1954. WR 78-77
    
278 Irving, Frank D. FIRE REGIMES IN EASTERN HARDWOOD FORESTS: PAST - PRESENT - 
         FUTURE. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1982 p. 149-152. 1983. WR 194

279 Isichei, Augustine O.; Friday Ekeleme and Bakare A. Jimoh. CHANGES IN A 
         SECONDARY FOREST IN SOUTHWESTERN NIGERIA FOLLOWING A GROUND FIRE. J. 
         Trop. Ecol. 2(3):249-256. 1986. WR 204
    
280 Jacobs, Diana F.; Dana W. Cole and Joe R. McBride. FIRE HISTORY AND PERPETUATION 
         OF NATURAL COAST REDWOOD ECOSYSTEMS. J. For. 83(3):494-497. 1985. WR 203
 
281 Johansen, Ragnar W. SOUTHERN PINE RESPONSES TO AERIALLY IGNITED PRESCRIBED 
         BURNS Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1983 p. 281-284. 1984. WR 194
    
282 Johnson, Von J. AMBIVALENT EFFECTS OF FIRE IN EASTERN BROADLEAF FORESTS. Proc. 
         Soc. Am. For. 1982 p. 153-156. 1983. WR 194
    
283 Klock, G. O. and S. N. Little. INFLUENCE OF RESIDUE REMOVAL AND PRESCRIBED 
         FIRE ON SITE NITROGEN DISTRIBUTIONS IN OREGON DOUGLAS-FIR FORESTS. Proc. 
         Soc. Am. For. 1983 p. 216-221. 1984. WR 194

284 Koniak, Susan. SUCCESSION IN PINYON-JUNIPER WOODLANDS FOLLOWING WILDFIRE IN 
         THE GREAT BASIN. Great Basin Nat. 45(3):556-566. 1985. WR 201
    
285 Koniak, Susan. BROADCAST SEEDING SUCCESS IN EIGHT PINYON-JUNIPER STANDS AFTER 
         WILDFIRE. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note INT-334. 4p. 1983. From Monthly Catalog 
         of U.S. Government Publications 84-18420. Sept. l984. WR 195
    
286 Kuroda, Paul M. EARLY PLANT SUCCESSION FOLLOWING CLEARCUTTING IN THE OUACHITA 
         MOUNTAINS OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Arkansas 120p. 
         1984. From Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci Enq. 46(10):3320. 1986. WR 202
    
287 Lay, Daniel W. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON FORAGE AND MAST PRODUCTION IN 
         SOUTHERN PINE FORESTS. 9th Annu. Meeting Southeastern Assoc. Game Fish 
         Comm. 18P. Oct. 1955 WR 83-12
    
288 Lay, Daniel W. BROWSE PALATABILITY AND THE EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING IN 
         SOUTHERN PINE FORESTS. J. For. 65(11):826-828. Nov. 1967. WR 129-13
    
289 Lay, Daniel W. PINES: PROFITS WITH PROBLEMS. Tex. Game Fish 16(4):5-6, 27. Apr. 
         1958. WR 92-33
    
290 Lay, Daniel W. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON FORAGE AND MAST PRODUCTION IN 
         SOUTHERN PINE FORESTS. J. For. 54(9):582-584. Sept. 1956. WR 86-28

291 Lay, Daniel W. BROWSE QUALITY AND THE EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING IN SOUTHERN 
         PINE FORESTS. J. For. 55(5):342-347. May 1957. WR 89-20
  
292 Leege, Thomas A. and Grant Godbolt. HERBACEOUS RESPONSE FOLLOWING PRESCRIBED 
         BURNING AND SEEDING OF ELK RANGE IN IDAHO. Northwest Sci. 59(2):134-143. 
         1985. WR 198
    
293 Lemon, Paul C. SUCCESSIONAL RESPONSES OF HERBS IN THE LONGLEAF-SLASH PINE FOREST 
         AFTER FIRE. Ecology 30(2):135-145. Apr. 1949. WR 57-31
    
294 Lewis, John B.; Dean A. Murphy and John Ehrenreich. EFFECTS OF BURNING DATES 
         ON VEGETATIVE PRODUCTION ON OZARK FORESTS. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. 
         Assoc. Game Fish Comm. 18:63-72. 1964[1967]. WR 130-12

295 Little, S. and E. B. Moore. THE ECOLOGICAL ROLE OF PRESCRIBED BURNS IN THE 
         PINE-OAK FORESTS OF SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY. Ecology 30(2):223-233. Apr. 
         1949. WR 57-31

296 Little, Silas, Jr. and E. B. Moore. SEVERE BURNING TREATMENT TESTED ON LOWLAND 
         PINE SITES. U.S. For. Serv. North East For. Exp. Stn. Stn. Pap. No. 64. 
         11p. 1953. WR 77-63
    
297 Lotti, Thomas; Ralph A. Klawitter and W. P. LeGrande. PRESCRIBED BURNING FOR 
         UNDERSTORY CONTROL IN LOBLOLLY PINE STANDS OF THE COASTAL PLAIN. U.S. 
         For. Serv. Southeast. For. Exp. Stn. Pap. No. 116. 19p. Dec. 1960. WR 
         102-19
    
298 Lyon, L. Jack. INITIAL VEGETAL DEVELOPMENT FOLLOWING A PRESCRIBED BURNING OF 
         DOUGLAS-FIR IN IDAHO. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. INT-29. 17P. 1966. WR 123-8
    
299 Maissurow, D. K. FIRE AS A NECESSARY FACTOR IN THE PERPETUATION OF WHITE PINE. 
         J. For. 33(4):373-378. Apr. 1935 WR 1-12
    
300 McClure, Norman R. GRASS SEEDINGS ON LODGEPOLE PINE BURNS IN THE NORTHWEST. J. 
         Range Manage. 11(4):183-186. July 1958. WR 93-34
    
301 McCulloch, Clay Y. SOME EFFECTS OF WILDFIRE ON DEER HABITAT IN PINYON-JUNIPER 
         WOODLAND. J. Wildl. Manage. 33(4):778-784. Oct. 1969. WR 137-45
    
302 McMaster, Gregory S. FIRE IN THE ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF TORREY PINE (PINUS 
         TORREYANA) POPULATIONS. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-58. p. 
         618. l982. WR 199
    
303 McQuilkin, Robert A. THE POSSIBLE ROLE OF FIRE IN OAK REGENERATION. Proc. 
         Soc. Am. For. 1982 p. 157. 1983. Abstract only. WR 194
    
304 Meents, J. K. and W. H. Moir. EFFECT OF FIRE ON VEGETATION OF THE CHISOS 
         MOUNTAINS, TEXAS. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 63(2):163. June 1982. Abstract 
         only. WR 194
    
305 Moore, E. B. FOREST AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT IN THE SOUTH JERSEY PINE BARRENS. 
         J. For. 38(1):27-30. Jan. 1940 WR 26-32
    
306 Myers, Ronald L. and Nancy D. Deyrup. FIRE HISTORY AND AGE STRUCTURE RELATIONSHIPS 
         OF THREE PINE SPECIES ON FLORIDA'S SAND RIDGES. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 
         65(2):258. June 1984. Abstract only. WR 195
    
307 Neiland, Bonita J. FOREST AND ADJACENT BURN IN THE TILLAMOOK BURN AREA OF 
         NORTHWESTERN OREGON. Ecology 39(4):660-671. Oct. 1958. WR 94-27

308 Niering, W. A. ND G. D. Dreyer. PRESCRIBED BURNING IN SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND 
         1968-1985. Int. Congr. Ecol. 4:256. 1986. Abstract only. WR 203
    
309 Nyland, Ralph D.; Lawrence P. Abrahamson and Kenneth B. Adams. USE OF PRESCRIBED 
         FIRE FOR REGENERATING RED AND WHITE OAK IN NEW YORK. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 
         1982 p. 163-167. 1983. WR 194
    
310 O'Halloran, Kathleen A.; Robert M. Blair; Rene Alcaniz and Hershel F. Morris, 
         Jr. PRESCRIBED BURNING EFFECTS ON PRODUCTION AND NUTRIENT COMPOSITION OF 
         FLESHY FUNGI. J. Wildl. Manage. 51(1):258-262. 1987. WR 206 
    
311 Palmer, Zeb and D. D. Devet. PRESCRIBED BURNING TECHNIQUES ON THE NATIONAL 
         FORESTS IN SOUTH CAROLINA Proc. Annu Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Game Fish 
         Comm 19:23-25. 1965 [1966]. WR 134-14

312 Paulsell, L. K. EFFECTS OF BURNING ON OZARK HARDWOOD TIMBERLANDS. Univ. No. 
         Agric. Exp. Stn. Yes. Bull. No. 640. 24p. 1957. WR 92-32

313 Pehl, Charles E. and Wade L. Nutter. CONTROLLED BURNING EFFECTS ON THE FOREST 
         FLOOR, UNDERSTORY AND SOIL OF A PINUS ELLIOTII ENGELM. LAND TREATMENT 
         SYSTEM. Proc. N. Am. For. Biol. Workshop 8:160-161. 1984. Abstract only. 
         WR 195

314 Peroni, Patricia A. and Warren G. Abrahamson. THE EFFECTS OF POST-SETTLEMENT 
         FIRE REGIMES ON SUCCESSION IN SOUTH-CENTRAL FLORIDA: A RETROSPECTIVE 
         STUDY. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 65(2):259. June 1984. Abstract only. WR 195

315 Peterson, David L. PREDICTING FIRE-CAUSED MORTALITY IN FOUR NORTHERN ROCKY 
         MOUNTAIN CONIFERS. Proc. Soc. Am. For. l983 p. 276-280. 1984. WR 194

316 Potter, Loren D. and D. Ross Moir. PHYTOSOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF BURNED DECIDUOUS 
         WOODS, TURTLE MOUNTAINS NORTH DAKOTA. Ecology 42(3):468-480. July 1961. 
         WR 103-5

317 Read, Ralph A. WOODLAND FORAGE IN THE ARKANSAS OZARKS. J. Range Manage. 
         4(6):391-396. Nov. 1951. WR 73-81

318 Rebertus, Alan J.; G. Bruce Williamson and E. Barry Moser. EFFECTS OF FIRE 
         ON FOREST COMMUNITY COMPOSITION, STRUCTURE, AND PATTERN IN FLORIDA 
         SANDHILLS. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):393. 1987. Abstract only. WR 206

319 Reid, Elbert H.; Leo A. Isaac and G. D. Pickford. PLANT SUCCESSION ON A 
         CUT-OVER, BURNED, AND GRAZED DOUGLAS FIR AREA. U.S. For. Serv. Pac. 
         Northwest For. Range Exp. Stn. Res. Note 26. 8p. Mar. 1938. WR 14-7

320 Rummell, Robert S. CATTLE STOCKING AND HERBAGE YIELD ON BURNED FLATWOODS 
         RANGES. U.S. For. Serv. Southeast. For. Exp. Stn. Res. Note No. 118p. 
         2p. May 1958. WR 92-65

321 Sanford, R. L., Jr. EVIDENCE OF FIRE AS A RECURRENT RAINFOREST DISTURBANCE 
         AT LA SELVA BIOLOGICAL STATION, COSTA RICA. Int. Congr. Ecol. 4:298. 
         1986. Abstract only. WR 203

322 Schmalzer, Paul A. and C. Ross Hinkle. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON NUTRIENT 
         CONCENTRATIONS AND STANDING CROPS IN BIOMASS AND SOIL OF OAK SCRUB 
         VEGETATION. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 68(3):409-410. 1987. Abstract only. 
         WR 206

323 Shearer, Raymond C. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING AND WILDLIFE ON 
         REGENERATION IN A LARCH FOREST IN NORTHWEST MONTANA. Proc. Soc. Am. 
         For. 1983 p. 266-270. 1984. WR 194

324 Silker, T. H. THE ECOLOGICAL APPROACH AND USE OF PRESCRIBED BURNING IN 
         SOUTHERN PINE SILVICULTURE. Iowa State J. Sci. 34(4):661-684. 15 May 
         1960. WR 99-15

325 Simard, A. J. FIRE RESEARCH NEEDS IN EASTERN HARDWOOD FORESTS. Proc. Soc. 
         Am. For. 1982 p. 176-181. 1983. WR 194

326 Smith, C. W.; T. Parman and K. Wampler. IMPACT OF FIRE IN A HAWAIIAN 
         SUBMONTANE SEASONAL FOREST. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 
         10:313-324. 1980. WR 200

327 Snyder, James R. THE IMPACT OF WET SEASON AND DRY SEASON PRESCRIBED FIRES 
         ON MIAMI ROCK RIDGE PINELAND, SOUTH FLORIDA. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. 
         Fla. 165p. 1984. From Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci. Eng. 45(9):2797. 1985. 
         WR 198

328 Springer, Marlin D.; Timothy E. Fulbright and Samuel L. Beasom. LONG-TERM 
         RESPONSE OF LIVE OAK THICKETS TO PRESCRIBED BURNING. Rex. J. Sci. 39(1):
         89-95. 1987. WR 205

329 Stuart, John D. FIRE HISTORY OF AN OLDGROWTH FOREST OF SEQUOIA SEMPERVIRENS 
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375 Fetcher, Ned; Thomas F. Beatty; Ben Mullinax and Daniel S. Winkler. CHANGES 
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376 Flowers, P. J.; H. J. Vaux; P. D. Gardner and T. J. Mills. CHANGES IN RECREATION 
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378 Foote, Joan. NATURAL REVEGETATION FOLLOWING THE 1950 PORCUPINE RIVER FIRE IN 
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379 Foster, David R. VEGETATION DEVELOPMENT FOLLOWING FIRE IN PICEA MARIANA 
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380 Furyaev, V. V.; Ross W. Wein and David A. MacLean. FIRE INFLUENCES IN ABIES-
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381 Greenlee, Jason M.; James Villeponteaux and Elizabeth A. Sheekey. NATURAL FIRE 
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384 Hansen, Sandra Bartell. VEGETATION, SOIL AND SITE FACTORS FOLLOWING A WILDFIRE 
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385 Hanson, Herbert C. VEGETATION TYPES IN NORTHWESTERN ALASKA AND COMPARISONS 
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386 Hargis, Christina and Clinton McCarthy. VEGETATION CHANGES FOLLOWING A 
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387 Heinselman, Miron L. RESTORING FIRE TO THE CANOE COUNTRY. Naturalist 24 (spec. 
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395 Larson, Bruce C. and Chadwick Dearing Oliver. FOREST DYNAMICS AND FUELWOOD 
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397 Lutz, H. J. ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF FOREST FIRES IN THE INTERIOR OF ALASKA. 
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398 Lutz, H. J. FIRE AS AN ECOLOGICAL FACTOR IN THE BOREAL FOREST OF ALASKA. 
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399 Lutz, H. J. THE EFFECTS OF FOREST FIRES ON THE VEGETATION OF INTERIOR ALASKA. 
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400 Lutz, Harold J. ABORIGINAL MAN AND WHITE MAN AS HISTORICAL CAUSES OF FIRES 
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401 Maissurow, D. K. THE ROLE OF FIRE IN THE PERPETUATION OF VIRGIN FORESTS OF 
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402 Martin, J. Lynton. OBSERVATIONS ON THE ORIGIN AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF A 
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403 Martin, J. Lynton. AN ECOLOGICAL SURVEY OF BURNED OVER FOREST LAND IN 
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418 Suffling, R. C. FIRE-INDUCED LANDSCAPE DIVERSITY IN NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO, 
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424 Wein, Ross W. and David A. MacLean, editors. THE ROLE OF FIRE IN NORTHERN 
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