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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 Wildlife - General and Multispecies Studies

475 Berg, William E. WILDLAND HABITAT DEVELOPMENT STUDY. Minn. Wildl. Res. Q. 39(3):
         97-118. 1979. WR 196

476 Bigham, Sam R.; J. Leland Hepworth and Richard P. Martin. A CASUALTY COUNT OF 
         WILDLIFE FOLLOWING A FIRE. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 45:47-50. 1965. WR 131-6

477 Bock, Carl E. and Jane H. Bock. RESPONSES OF BIRDS AND DEER MICE TO PRESCRIBED 
         BURNING IN PONDEROSA PINE. J. Wildl. Manage. 47(3):836-840. July 1983. 
         WR 191

478 Buckley, John L EFFECTS OF FIRE ON ALASKAN WILDLIFE. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 
         Meeting 1958:123-126. 1958 [1959]. WR 96-29

479 Cringan, A. T. INFLUENCE OF FOREST FIRES AND FIRE PROTECTION ON WILDLIFE. For. 
         Chron. 34(1):25-30. Mar. 1958. WR 94-28

480 Davis, Peter R. RESPONSE OF VERTEBRATE FAUNA TO FORESTFIRE AND CLEARCUTTING 
         IN SOUTH CENTRAL WYOMING. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Wyo. 105p. 1976. 
         WR 165

481 DeByle, Norbert V. MANAGING WILDLIFE HABITAT WITH FIRE IN THE ASPEN ECOSYSTEM. 
         U.S. For. Serv. Gen Tech. Rep. INT-186. p. 73-82. 1985. WR 200

482 Drew, Mark L.; W. M. Samuel; G M. Lukiwski and J. N. Willman. AN EVALUATION OF 
         BURNING FOR CONTROL OF WINTER TICKS, DERMACENTOR ALBIPICTUS, IN CENTRAL 
         ALBERTA. J. Wildl. Dis. 21(3):313-315. 1985. WR 198

483 Elliott, Bob. FIRE--FISH AND WILDLIFE. Hunting and Fishing 25(2):48-49. Feb. 
         1948. WR 53-7

484 Erwin, William J. and Richard H. Stasiak. VERTEBRATE MORTALITY DURING THE 
         BURNING OF A REESTABLISHED PRAIRIE IN NEBRASKA Am. Midl. Nat. 101(1):
         247-249. Jan. 1979. WR 175

485 Euler, David Lowell. THE ECOLOGY OF FIRE IN UPSTATE NEW YORK. Ph.D thesis, 
         Cornell Univ. 102p. 1974 WR 155-8

486 Force, Don C. POSTBURN INSECT FAUNA IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAPARRAL. U.S. 
         For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-58. p 234-240. 1982. WR 199

487 Fox, J. F. POST-FIRE SUCCESSION OF SMALL MAMMAL AND BIRD COMMUNITIES. In: The 
         Role of Fires in Northern Circumpolar Ecosystems. Ross W. Wein and David 
         A. MacLean, editors. p. 155-180. 1983. WR 203

488 Fox, John F. FOREST FIRES AND THE SNOWSHOE HARE-CANADA LYNX CYCLE. Oecologia 
         (Berl.) 31(3):349-374. 5 Jan. 1978. WR 169

489 Gates, Robert John. SAGE GROUSE, LAGOMORPH, AND PRONGHORN USE OF A SAGEBRUSH 
         GRASSLAND BURN SITE ON THE IDAHO NATIONAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY. M.S. 
         thesis, Mont. State Univ. 135p 1984. WR 197

490 Gruell, George E. FIRE'S INFLUENCE ON WILDLIFE HABITAT ON THE BRIDGER-TETON 
         NATIONAL FOREST, WYOMING. VOLUME II: CHANGES AND CAUSES, MANAGEMENT 
         IMPLICATIONS. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. INT-252. 35p. 1980. WR 184

491 Guthrie, R. D. FIRE MELANISM AMONG MAMMALS. Am. Midl. Nat. 77(1):227-230. 
         Jan. 1967. WR 125-8

492 Hensel, J. S. WILDLIFE AND FIRE PROTECTION POTHOLES. Am. Pulpwood Assoc. 
         Tech. Rel. 64-R-23. 4p. 13 July 1964. WR 120-9

493 Hill, R R. and E. L Boeker. HUNTING SEASONS AND FOREST FIRES IN COLORADO J.  
         For. 53(10):707-710. Oct. 1955. WR 83-12

494 Holder, Larry. HOW OUR WILDLIFE BENEFITS FROM PRESCRIBED BURNING. Ky. Happy 
         Hunting Ground 39(6):8-11. Nov.-Dec. 1983. WR 192

495 Komarek, E. V. WILDLIFE AND FIRE RESEARCH: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE. U.S. 
         For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-186. p. 1-7. 1985. WR 200

496 Komarek, E. V., Sr., chairman. PROCEEDINGS ANNUAL TALL TIMBERS FIRE ECOLOGY 
         CONFERENCE / NUMBER 12 / 8-9 JUNE 1972 / LUBBOCK, TEXAS. Tall Timbers 
         Res. Stn. (Tallahassee, Fla.) 492p. 1973. WR 150-15

497 Komarek, E. V., Sr., chairman. PROCEEDINGS ANNUAL TALL TIMBERS FIRE ECOLOGY 
         CONFERENCE / FIRE IN AFRICA / NUMBER 11 / 22-23 APRIL 1971 / TALLAHASSEE, 
         FLORIDA. Tall Timbers Res. Stn. (Tallahassee, Fla.) 516p. 1971. WR 147-17

498 Komarek, E. V., Sr., chairman. PROCEEDINGS ANNUAL TALL TIMBERS FIRE ECOLOGY 
         CONFERENCE / NUMBER 10 / 20-21 AUGUST 1970, FREDERICTON, NEW BRUNSWICK. 
         Tall Timbers Res. Stn. viii + 336p. 1971. WR 141-16

499 Landers, J. Larry. PRESCRIBED BURNING FOR MANAGING WILDLIFE IN SOUTHEASTERN 
         PINE FORESTS. Proc. Soc. Am. For. 1986 p. 151-159. 1987. WR 206

500 Lawrence, George E. ECOLOGY OF VERTEBRATE ANIMALS IN RELATION TO CHAPARRAL 
         FIRE IN THE SIERRA NEVADA FOOTHILLS. Ecology 47(2):278-291. 1966. WR 122-3

501 Lloyd, Hoyes. FOREST FIRES AND WILDLIFE. J. For. 36(10):1051-1054. Oct. 1938. 
         WR 16-14
    
502 Lotan, James E. and James K. Brown, compilers. FIRE'S EFFECTS ON WILDLIFE 
         HABITAT SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep INT-186. 
         96p. 1985. WR 200
    
503 Lowe, Philip 0.; Peter F. Ffolliott; John H. Dieterich and David R. Patton. 
         DETERMINING POTENTIAL WILDLIFE BENEFITS FROM WILDFIRE IN ARIZONA PONDEROSA 
         PINE FORESTS. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-52. 12p. 1978. WR 177
    
504 Marston, Merwin A. GAME AND FIRE. Proc. Northeast. Game Conf. 1948:30-32. 
         1948. WR 60-4
    
505 Mason, Robert Blair. RESPONSE OF BIRDS AND RODENTS TO CONTROLLED BURNING IN 
         PINYON-JUNIPER WOODLANDS. M.S. thesis, Univ. Nev. (Reno) 62p. 1982.  WR 188
    
506 McClure, H. Elliott. SOME RESPONSES OF RESIDENT ANIMALS TO THE EFFECTS OF FIRE 
         IN A COASTAL CHAPARRAL ENVIRONMENT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Cal-Neva Wildl. 
         Trans. p. 86-99. 1981. WR 185
    
507 McGee, John Michael. SOME EFFECTS OF FIRE SUPPRESSION AND PRESCRIBED BURNING 
         ON BIRDS AND SMALL MAMMALS IN SAGEBRUSH. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. 
         Wyo. 145p. 1976. WR 166
    
508 Oregon State Game Commission. 1953-1954 BIENNIAL REPORT. Oreg. State Game Comm. 
         48p. [1955.] WR 81-15
    
509 Prouty, Mike. WILDLIFE RESEARCH: SEPARATING FACT FROM FICTION. For. Res. West p. 
         10-15. Oct. 1985. WR 200
    
510 Roppe, Jerry A. and Dale Hein. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON WILDLIFE IN A LODGEPOLE PINE 
         FOREST. Southwest. Nat. 23(2):279-288. 20 Mar. 1978. WR 170  
    
511 Rosene, Walter, Jr. FIRE AND GAME MANAGEMENT. S.C. Wildl. 2(2):4, 21-22. 
         1955. WR 81-43
    
512 Schutz, Fred. BUSH FIRES, BEAVERS AND BULLDOZERS. Alberta Nat. 14(3):81-85. 
         1984. WR 199
    
513 Sladdix, W. L. FOREST FIRES AND GAME. S. Sportsman 5(8):16, 34. Mar. 1941. 
         WR 31-16
    
514 Southeastern Forest Experiment Station. PRESCRIBED FIRE AND WILDLIFE IN SOUTHERN 
         FORESTS. PROCEEDINGS OF A SYMPOSIUM HELD AT MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA 
         ON APRIL 6-8, 1981. Southeast. For. Exp. Stn.. Asheville SEFES-83-2 174p. 
         1981. WR 193
    
515 Starkey, Edward E. IMPACT OF FIRE ON NONGAME WILDLIFE In: Rangeland Fire Effects: 
         A Symposium, Ken Sanders and Jack Durham, editors p. 48-51. 1985. WR 202
    
516 Stoddard, Herbert L. RELATION OF BURNING TO TIMBER AND WILDLIFE. Proc. N. Am. 
         Wildl. Conf. p. 399-403. 1936. WR 6-16

517 Tester, John R. and William H. Marshall. MINNESOTA PRAIRIE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES 
         AND THEIR WILDLIFE IMPLICATIONS. Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Conf. 27:267-287. 
         1962. WR 109-12

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