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Richardson, B.A., Ekramoddoullah, A.K.M., Liu, J.-J., Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B. in press. Current and future molecular approaches to investigate the white pine blister rust pathosystem. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 314-331.
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Salafsky, S. R. and D. L. Hansen. In press. The northern goshawk in California. In: B. Woodbridge, D. L. Hansen, J. Dunk, R. T. Reynolds, and S. R. Salafsky, technical coordinators. Chapter 2 in The northern goshawk in California: a technical assessment of its ecology and status. Technical Report. USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Yreka, CA.

Hanna, J.W., A.L. Smith, H.M. Maffei, M.-S. Kim, N. B. Klopfenstein. in press. Survey of Armillaria spp. in the Oregon East Cascades: Baseline data for predicting climatic influences on Armillaria root disease. In: Baker, F.G., compiler. Proceedings of the 56th Annual Western International Forest Disease Work Conference. 27- 30 October 2008, Missoula, MT. in press.

Krausman, P. R., V. C. Bleich, W. M. Block, D. E. Naugle, and M. C. Wallace. In press. Rangeland conservation practices and wildlife. USDA NRCS Conservation Effects Assessment Report.

Schelhas, J., J. H. Miller, and J. C. Chambers. in press. Non-native plants and adaptive collaborative approaches to ecosystem restoration. In: John Stanturf, Palle Madsen and David Lamb, editors. A Goal-Oriented Approach to Forest Landscape Restoration. Springer, New York.

Hollenbeck, J., L. Bate, V. Saab, and J. Lehmkuhl. In press. Snag Distributions in Relation to Human Access in Ponderosa Pine Forests. Wildlife Society Bulletin.

Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B., Ota, Y., Lee, S.-K., Woo, K.-S., Kaneko, S. in press. White pine blister rust in Korea, Japan, and other Asian regions: Comparisons and implications for the North America. Forest Pathology.

Bond, M.L., R.B. Siegel, R.L. Hutto, V. A. Saab, and Stephen A. Shunk. In press. Using Results from Disturbance Ecology to Build a New Forest Fire Paradigm. Wildlife Professional.

McKenzie, D., C.L. Raymond, and S. Cushman. In Press. Modeling understory vegetation and its response to fire. In J.J. Millspaugh and F.R. Thompson, III, (eds.) Models for planning wildlife conservation in large landscapes. Elsevier.

Cushman, S.A. and K. McGarigal. In Press. Landscape metrics and scales of resolution. Chapter 4 in K.V. Gadow, (ed.), Adaptive Design of Forested Landscapes: The Multiple Path Principle. Springer.

Salafsky, S.R. In press. Population ecology. In: B. Woodbridge, D. L. Hansen, J. Dunk, R. T. Reynolds, and S. R. Salafsky, technical coordinators. Chapter 4 in The northern goshawk in California: a technical assessment of its ecology and status. Technical Report. USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Yreka, CA.

Bayard de Volo, Shelley; Reynolds, Richard T.; Sonsthagen, Sarah A.; Talbot, Sandra L.; Antolin, Michael F. 2013. Phylogeography, postglacial gene flow, and population history of North American northern goshawks. Auk. 130(2): 342-354.
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Linn, R., C.H. Sieg, C.H. Hoffman, J.L. Winterkamp, J.D. McMillin 2013. Modeling wind fields and fire propagation following bark beetle outbreaks in spatially-heterogeneous pinyon-juniper woodland fuel complexes Agicultural and Forest Meteorology doi: 10.1016/j.agroformet.2012.11.007
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Latif, Q. S., S. K. Heath, G. Ballard. 2012. The nest predator assemblage for songbirds in Mono Lake basin riparian habitats. Western North American Naturalist 72: 276-287.

Maron, J.L., D. E. Pearson, T. Potter, and Y. K. Ortega. 2012. Seed size and provenance mediate the joint effects of disturbance and seed predation on community assembly. Journal of Ecology 100:1492-1500.
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Zwolak, R., D.E. Pearson, Y.K. Ortega, and E.E. Crone 2012. Mechanisms driving postfire abundance of a generalist mammal. Can. J. Zool. 90: 51-60.
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Pearson, D.E., T. Potter, and J.M Maron. 2012. Biotic resistance: exclusion of native rodent consumers releases populations of a weak invader. Journal of Ecology 100:1383-1390.
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Latif, Q. S., K. D. Fleming, C. Barrows, J. T. Rotenberry. 2012. Modeling seasonal detection patterns for burrowing owl surveys. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36: 155-160.

Stevens-Rumann, C.S , C.H. Sieg , M. E. Hunter 2012. Ten years after wildfires: How does varying tree mortality impact fire hazard and forest resiliency? Forest Ecology and Management 267:199–208.
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Linn, R.R., K. Anderson, J. Winterkamp, A. Broos, M. Wotton, J.-L. Dupuy, F. Pimont, C. Edminster 2012. Incorporating field wind data into FIRETEC simulations of the International Crown Fire Modeling Experiment (ICFME): preliminary lessons learned Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42:879-898
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Parks, S. A., K. S. McKelvey, and M. K. Schwartz. 2012. Effects of weighting schemes on the identification of wildlife corridors generated with least-cost methods. Conservation Biology DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2012.01929.x
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Latif, Q. S., S. K. Heath, J. T. Rotenberry. 2012. Effects of parents and Brown-headed Cowbirds (Molothrus ater) on nest predation risk for a songbird. Ecology and Evolution 2: 3079-3097.
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Ortega, Y.K., D.E. Pearson, L.P. Waller, N.J. Sturdevant, J.M. Maron. 2012. Population-level compensation impedes biological control of an invasive forb and indirect release of a native grass. Ecology, 93(4), pp. 783–792.
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Russell, R. E., J. A. Royle, R. Desimone, M. K. Schwartz, V. L. Edwards, K. P. Pilgrim, and K. S. McKelvey. 2012. Estimating abundance of mountain lions from unstructured spatial sampling. The Journal of Wildlife Management DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.412
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Pearson, D. E., Y. K. Ortega, and S. Sears. 2012. Darwin's naturalization hypothesis up-close: intermountain grassland invaders differ morphologically and phenologically from native community dominants. Biological Invasions 14:901-913.
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Hoffman, C. M., C. H. Sieg, J. D. McMillin, and P. Z. Fulé 2012. Fuel loadings 5 years after a bark beetle outbreak in southwestern USA ponderosa pine forests International Journal of Wildland Fire 21:306–312
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T. J. Zegler, M. M. Moore, M. L. Fairweather, K. B. Ireland, P. Z. Fulé 2012. Populus tremuloides mortality near the southwestern edge of its range Forest Ecology and Management 282:196–207
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Noon, B. R., L. L. Bailey, T. D. Sisk, and K. S. McKelvey. 2012. Efficient Species-Level Monitoring at the Landscape Scale. Conservation Biology. 26:432-441.
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Campbell, N. R., S. J. Amish, V. L. Prichard, K. M. McKelvey, M. K. Young, M. K. Schwartz, J. C. Garza, G. Luikart, and S. R. Narum. 2012. Development and evaluation of 200 novel SNP assays for population genetic studies of westslope cutthroat trout and genetic identification of related taxa. Molecular Ecology Resources. doi: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2012.03161.x
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Latif, Q. S., S. K. Heath, J. T. Rotenberry. 2012. How avian nest site selection responds to predation risk: testing an ''adaptive peak hypothesis''. Journal of Animal Ecology 81: 127-138.

Linn, R.R., J.M. Canfield, P. Cunningham, C. Edminster, J.-L. Dupuy, F. Pimont 2012. Using periodic fires to gain a new perspective on multi-dimensional aspects of forward fire spread Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 157:60-76
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Grubb, T.G. , A.E. Gatto, L.L. Pater, and D.K. Delaney. 2012. Response of Nesting Northern Goshawks to Logging Truck Noise Kaibab National Forest, Arizona. Final Report to Southwest Region (R-3) U.S. Forest Service
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Stephens, S.L., R.J. Boerner, J.J. Moghaddas, E.E.Y. Moghaddas, B.M. Collins, C.B. Dow, C.M. Edminster, C.E. Fiedler, D. L. Fry, B. R. Hartsough, J.E. Keeley, E. E. Knapp, J.D. McIver, C.N. Skinner, A. Youngblood 2012. Fuel treatment impacts on estimated wildfire carbon loss from forests in Montana, Oregon, California, and Arizona Ecosphere 3(5) Article 38
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Dudley, J.G., V.A. Saab, and J.P. Hollenbeck. 2012. Foraging-Habitat Selection of Black-backed Woodpeckers in Forest Burns of Southwestern Idaho. The Condor 114(2):348-357.
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Lopez, R.G., and P. Beier. 2012. Weathered Antlers as a Source of DNA. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36(2):380-382.
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Zielinski, W.J., F.Z. Schlexer, S.A. Parks, KL. Pilgrim and M.K. Schwartz 2012. Small geographic range but not panmictic: how forests structure the endangered Point Arena mountain beaver (Aplodontia rufa nigra) Conserv Genet DOI 10.1007/s10592-012-0387-1
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Fowler, J.F., C.H. Sieg, B.M. Casavant, and A.E. Hite 2012. A tale of two single mountain alpine endemics: Packera franciscana and Erigeron mancus Calochortiana 1:110-114
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Towler, E., V. A. Saab, R.S. Sojda, K. Dickinson, C.L. Bruyère, and K.R. Newlon. 2012. A risk-based approach to evaluating wildlife demographics for management in a changing climate: A case study of the Lewis's Woodpecker. Environmental Management (2012) 50:1152–1163 DOI 10.1007/s00267-012-9953-z
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Hoffman, C.M., J.D. McMillin, C.H. Sieg, P.Z. Fule 2012. Influence of bark beetle-caused mortality on fuel loadings and crown fire hazard in southwestern ponderosa pine stands pp. 241-246 In K.M. Potter and B.L. Conkling (eds) Forest Health Monitoring: 2009 National Technical Report. USDA FS Southern Research Station GTR SRS-167, Asville, NC
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Ganey, J.L., S.C. Vojta 2012. Rapid Increase in Log Populations in Drought-Stressed Mixed-Conifer and Ponderosa Pine Forests in Northern Arizona. Open Journal of Forestry. Vol.2, No.2, 59-64
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Shive, K. 2012. Pre-fire treatments have persistent effects on post-fire plant communities M.S. Thesis. Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.
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Pilgrim, K.L., W.J. Zielinski, F.V. Schlexer and M.K. Schwartz. 2012. Development of a reliable method for determining sex for a primitive rodent, the Point Arena mountain beaver (Aplodontia rufa nigra) Conservation Genet Resour DOI 10.1007/s12686-012-9686-6.
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Koo, E., R.R. Linn, P. Pagni, C. Edminster. 2012. Modeling firebrand transport in wildfires using HIGRAD/FIRETEC. International Journal of Wildland Fire 21:396-417
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Hansen, M.M., Olivieri I.,Waller, D. M., Nielsen, E. E. and the GeM working group. 2012. Monitoring adaptive genetic responses to environmental change. Molecular Ecology 21: 1311-1329.
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Peter F. Ffolliott, Hui Chen and Gerald J. Gottfried. 2011. Bird Species and Numbers of Birds in Oak Savannas of the Southwestern Borderlands Region Including Effects of Burning. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 42(2):75-83.
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Pearson, D.E., R.M. Callaway, J.L. Maron. 2011. Biotic resistance via granivory: establishment by invasive, naturalized and native asters reflects generalist preference. Ecology 92:1748-1757.
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Jenkins, S., C.H. Sieg, D. Anderson, D. Kaufman, and P. Pearthree. 2011. Late Holocene geomorphic record of fire in ponderosa pine and mixed-conifer forests, Kendrick Mountain, northern Arizona, USA International Journal of Wildland Fire 2011. 20: 125-141
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Lai, Katherine J. Carla P. Gomes, Michael K. Schwartz, Kevin S. McKelvey, David E. Calkin, and Claire A. Montgomery. 2011. The Steiner Multigraph Problem: Wildlife Corridor Design for Multiple Species. Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Special Track on Computational Sustainability and AI. (AAAI-11).
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Fowler, J.F. and C.H. Sieg. 2011. Density and Elevational Distribution of the San Francisco Peaks Ragwort, Packera franciscana (Asteraceae), a Threatened Single-Mountain Endemic. Madroño, 57(4):213-219.
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Klutsch, J.G.; Battaglia, M.A.; West, D.R.; Costello, S.L. and Negron J.F. 2011. Evaluating Potential Fire Behavior in Lodgepole Pine-Dominated Forests after a Mountain Pine Beetle Epidemic in North-Central Colorado. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 26(3).
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Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B. 2011. Molecular Identification of Armillaria gallica from the Niobrara Valley Preserve in Nebraska. Journal of Phytopathology 159: 69-71.
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Moir, W.H. 2011. Thirty Years of Weather Change and Effects on a Grassland in the Peloncillo Mountains, New Mexico. Rangelands, 33(3):50-57.
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Lee, X.; Massman, W. 2011. A Perspective on Thirty Years of Bebb, Pearman and Luening Density Corrections. Boundary-Layer Meteorol. 139: 37-59.
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Lee, X.; Massman, W. 2011. A Perspective on Thirty Years of Bebb, Pearman and Luening Density Corrections. Boundary-Layer Meteorol. 139: 37-59.

Lee, X.; Massman, W. 2011. A Perspective on Thirty Years of Bebb, Pearman and Luening Density Corrections. Boundary-Layer Meteorol. 139: 37-59.

Kim, Mee-Sook and Klopfenstein, Ned B. 2011. Molecular identification of Armillaria gallica from the Niobrara Valley Preserve in Nebraska. Journal of Phytopathology 159: 69-71.
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Ganey, Joseph L.; Ward, James P. Jr.; Willey, David W. 2011. Status and ecology of Mexican spotted owls in the Upper Gila Mountains recovery unit, Arizona and New Mexico. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-256WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 94 p.
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Marucco, F., L. Boitani, D. H. Pletscher and M. K. Schwartz. 2011. Bridging the gaps between non-invasive genetic sampling and population parameter estimation. Eur J Wildl Res (2011) 57:1-13
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McGlone, C. M., C. H. Sieg, T. E. Kolb, T. Nietupsky 2011. Established native perennial grasses out-compete an invasive annual grass regardless of soil water and nutrient availability Plant Ecology DOI 10.1007/s11258-011-9992-1
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Block, W. M., R. E, Russell, and J. L. Ganey. 2011. Occupancy and habitat associations of four species of sciurids in northern Arizona ponderosa pine - Gambel oak forest. The Southwestern Naturalist 56:193-203.
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Latif, Q. S., S. K. Heath, J. T. Rotenberry. 2011. An ''ecological trap'' for Yellow Warbler nest microhabitat selection. Oikos 120: 1139-1150.

Pearson, D. E., M. Kim, and J. Butler, eds. 2011. Rocky Mountain Research Station invasive species visionary white paper. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-265. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 38 p.
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Mosher, B. A. 2011. Avian community response to a mountain pine beetle epidemic. M. S. thesis, Montana State University. 61 p. (December 2011).

Hollenbeck, J.P., V.A. Saab, and R. Frenzel. 2011. Habitat suitability and survival of nesting white-headed woodpeckers in unburned forests of central Oregon. Journal of Wildlife Management 75(5):1061–1071.
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Ota, Yuko; Kim, Mee-Sook; Neda, Hitoshi; Klopfenstein, Ned B.; Hasegawa, Eri 2011. The phylogenetic position of an Armillaria species from Amami-Oshima, a subtropical island of Japan, based on elongation factor and ITS sequences. Mycoscience 52: 53-58.
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Beckstead, J., L. K. Street, S. E. Meyer, and P. S. Allen. 2011. Fire effects on the cheatgrass seed bank pathogen Pyrenophora semeniperda. Rangeland Ecology and Management 64:148-157.
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Maron, J. L., and D. E. Pearson. 2011. Vertebrate predators have minimal cascading effects on plant production or seed predation in an intact grassland ecosystem. Ecology Letters 14:661-669.
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Schat, M., S.E. Sing, R.K.D. Peterson, F.D. Menalled and D.K. 2011. Growth inhibition of Dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica (L.) Miller, in response to herbivory by the biological control agent Mecinus janthinus Germar. Journal of Entomological Science. 46(3): 232-246.
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Sniezko, Richard A., Anna Schoettle, Joan Dunlap, Detlev Vogler, David Conklin, Andrew Bower, Chris Jensen, Rob Mangold, Doug Daoust, Gary Man. 2011. Ex Situ Gene Conservation in High Elevation White Pine Species in the United States-A Beginning In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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McGlone, C.M., C.H. Sieg, T.E. Kolb. 2011. Invasion resistance and persistence: established plants win, even with disturbance and high propagule pressure. Biological Invasions 13:291-304
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Owen, S.M., C.H. Sieg, C. Gehring. 2011. Rehabilitating downy brome (Bromus tectorum)-invaded shrublands using Imazapic and seeding with native shrubs. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 4:223-233.
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Peppin, D., P. Z. Fule, C. H. Sieg, J. Beyers, M. Hunter, P. Robichaud. 2011. Recent trends in post-wildfire seeding in western U.S. forests: Costs and seed mixes. International Journal of Wildland Fire 20:702-708
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Schoettle, A.W., B.A. Goodrich, J.G.Klutsch, K.S.Burns, S. Costello, R.A. Sniezko. 2011. The Proactive Strategy for Sustaining Five-Needle Pine Populations: An Example of its Implementation in the Southern Rocky Mountains. In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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Schoettle, Anna W., Richard A. Sniezko, Angelia Kegley, Kelly S. Burns. 2011. Preliminary Overview of the First Extensive Rust Resistance Screening Tests of Pinus flexilis and Pinus aristata. pp 265-269 In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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Fornwalt P.J. and C.C. Rhoades. 2011. Rehabilitating slash pile burn scars in upper montane forests of the Colorado Front Range. Natural Areas Journal 31(2): 177-182.
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Jacobi, W.R.; Goodrich, B.A.; S.J. Kearns, H.S.J.; Burns, K.S.; Geils, B.W. 2011. Can microscale meteorological conditions predict the impact of white pine blister rust in Colorado and Wyoming? The Future of High-elevation, Five-needle White Pines in Western North America. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Sing, S.E. and R.K.D. Peterson. 2011. Assessing environmental risks for established invasive weeds: Dalmatian (Linaria dalmatica) and yellow (L. vulgaris) toadflax in North America. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 8: 2828-2853.
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Ganey, J.L. and S.C. Vojta. 2011. Tree mortality in drought-stressed mixed-conifer and ponderosa pine forests, Arizona, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 261, 162-168.
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Newlon, K., and V. Saab. 2011. Nest-site selection and nest survival of Lewis's woodpecker in aspen riparian woodlands. Condor 113:183-193.
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Saab, V., R. Russell, J. Rotella, and J. Dudley. 2011. Modeling nest survival of cavity-nesting birds in relation to postfire salvage logging. Journal of Wildlife Management 75(4):794-804.
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McKelvey, K. S., E.C. Lofroth, J.P. Copeland, K.B. Aubry, and A.J. Magoun. 2011. Comments on Brodie and Post: Climate-driven declines in wolverine populations: causal connection or spurious correlation? Ecological Applications, 12(2), pp. 335–345 DOI 10.1007/s10144-010-0242-5
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Baynes, MA. 2011. Endophytic fungal communities of Bromus tectorum: mutualisms, community assemblages and implications for invasion. Master's Thesis, University of Idaho Press.
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Korman, B.L. 2011. Biology and ecology of sickleweed (Falcaria vulgaris) in the Fort Pierre National Grassland of South Dakota. Master's thesis, South Dakota State University.
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McKelvey, K.S., J.P. Copeland, M.K. Schwartz, J.S. Littell, K.B. Aubry, J.R. Squires, S. A. Parks, M.M. Elsner, and G.S. Mauger. 2011. Climate change predicted to shift wolverine distributions, connectivity, and dispersal corridors. Ecological Applications 21:2882-2897.
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Joseph L. Ganey and Scott C. Vojta. 2011. Trends in Snag Populations in Drought-Stressed Mixed-Conifer and Ponderosa Pine Forests (1997–2007). International Journal of Forestry Research. Volume 2012, Article ID 529197, 8p. doi:10.1155/2012/529197
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Sniezko, Richard A., Mary F. Mahalovich, Anna W. Schoettle, Detlev R. Vogler. 2011. Plenary Paper: Past and Current Investigations of the Genetic Resistance to Cronartium ribicola in High-elevation Five-needle Pines. In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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Schoettle, A.W., J.G. Klutsch, M.F. Antolin, S. Field. 2011. A Population Genetic Model for High-Elevation Five-Needle Pines: Projecting Population Outcomes in the Presence of White Pine Blister Rust. In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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Hendricks, Sam, Wendy Sutton, Jeffrey Stone, Richard Sniezko and Angelia Kegley, Anna Schoettle. 2011. Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Applications in White Pine Blister Rust Resistance Screening. In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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Kelly Burns, Jim Blodgett, Marcus Jackson, Brian Howell, William Jacobi, Anna Schoettle, Anne Marie Casper, Jennifer Klutsch. 2011. Monitoring Limber Pine Health in the Rocky Mountains and North Dakota. In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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Stone, Jeffrey, Anna Schoettle, Richard Sniezko, Angelia Kegley. 2011. Histological Observations on Needle Colonization by Cronartium ribicola in Susceptible and Resistant Seedlings of Whitebark Pine and Limber Pine. In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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McDonald, G.I. 2011. After 100 years, is coevolution relevant? pp. 77-90 in Fairweather, M.L.; Palacios, P., compilers, Proceedings of the 58th Western International Forest Disease Work Conference. 4-8 October 2010, Valemount, BC, Canada. US Forest Service, AZ Zone Forest Health, Flagstaff, AZ.
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Geils, B.W.; Vogler, D.R. 2011. A natural history of Cronartium ribicola. The Future of High-elevation, Five-needle White Pines in Western North America. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 210–217 p.
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Short Bull, R. A., S. A. Cushman, R. Mace, T. Chilton, K. C. Kendall, E. L. Landguth, M.K. Schwartz, K. Mckelvey, Fred W. Allendorf and G. Luikart. 2011. Why replication is important in landscape genetics: American black bear in the Rocky Mountains. Molecular Ecology (2011) 20, 1092-1107
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Coop, Jonathan D., Anna W. Schoettle. 2011. Fire and High-Elevation, Five-Needle Pine (Pinus aristata & P. flexilis) Ecosystems in the Southern Rocky Mountains: What Do We Know? In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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Dold, C. 2011. What Are Invasive Species? ...And Do We Really Need to Worry About Them? GSD Update. Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Casper, Anne Marie, William R. Jacobi, Anna W. Schoettle, Kelly S. Burns. 2011. Restoration Planting Options for Limber Pines in the Southern Rocky Mountains. In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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Keane, Robert E., Anna W. Schoettle. 2011. Strategies, Tools, and Challenges for Sustaining and Restoring High Elevation Five-Needle White Pine Forests in Western North America. In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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Pittman, H. T. , W. W. Bowerman, L. H. Grim, T. G. Grubb, W. C. Bridges 2011. Using nestling feathers to assess spatial and temporal concentrations of mercury in bald eagles at Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota, USA. Ecotoxicology (2011) 20:1626–1635
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Ortega, Y. K., and D. E. Pearson. 2011. Long-term effects of weed control with picloram along a gradient of spotted knapweed invasion. Rangeland Ecol Manage 64:67–77 | January 2011 | DOI: 10.2111/REM-D-10-00034.1
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Hare, M.P., L. Nunney, M.K. Schwartz, D. E. Ruzzante, M. Burford, R.S. Waples, K. Ruegg, and F. Palstra. 2011. Understanding and Estimating Effective Population Size for Practical Application in Marine Species Management. Conservation Biology, Volume 25, No. 3, 438-449.
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RMRS Weed Biocontrol Team. 2011. RMRS Weed Biocontrol Research: Past Accomplishments, Current Status, and Future Challenges. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Ganey, J.L. and C.L. Chambers. 2011. A Reconnaissance of Small Mammal Communities in Garland and Government Prairies, Arizona. Western North American Naturalist 71(2), pp. 151-157.
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Magoun, A.J., C.D. Long, M.K. Schwartz, K.L. Pilgrim, R.E. Lowell, P.Valkenburg. 2011. Integrating Motion-Detection Cameras and Hair Snags for Wolverine Identification. The Journal of Wildlife Management 75(3):731-739.
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Bond, Craig A., Patricia Champ, James Meldrum, Anna Schoettle. 2011. Investigating the Optimality of Proactive Management of an Invasive Forest Pest. In: Keane, Robert E.; Tomback, Diana F.; Murray, Michael P.; and Smith, Cyndi M., eds. 2011. The future of high-elevation, five-needle white pines in Western North America: Proceedings of the High Five Symposium. 28-30 June 2010; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 376 p.
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Birdsall, J. B., W. McCaughey, and J. B. Runyon 2011. Roads impact the distribution of noxious weeds more than restoration treatments in a lodgepole pine forest in Montana, USA. Restoration Ecology, doi: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2011.00781.x
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Ross-Davis, A.L., Hanna, J.W., Klopfenstein, N.B. 2011. DNA-based identification and phylogeny of North American Armillaria species. pp. 139-142 in: Fairweather, M.L.; Palacios, P., compilers, Proceedings of the 58th Western International Forest Disease Work Conference. 4-8 October 2010, Valemount, BC, Canada. US Forest Service, AZ Zone Forest Health, Flagstaff, AZ.
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Kim, M-S.; Hanna, J.W.; Klopfenstein, N.B. 2011. First report of an Armillaria root disease pathogen, Armillaria gallica, associated with several new hosts in Hawaii. Plant Disease 94: 1503.
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McDonald, G.I., Hanna, J.W., Smith, A.L., Maffei, H.M., Kim, M.-S., Ross-Davis, A.L., Klopfenstein, N.B. 2011. Preliminary Report on the Ecology of Armillaria in the East Cascades of Oregon. pp. 135-138 In: Fairweather, M.L.; Palacios, P., compilers, Proceedings of the 58th Western International Forest Disease Work Conference. 4-8 October 2010, Valemount, BC, Canada. US Forest Service, AZ Zone Forest Health, Flagstaff, AZ.
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Ota, Y., Kim, M.-S., Neda, H., Klopfenstein, N.B., Hasegawa, E. 2011. The phylogenetic position of an Armillaria species from Amami-Oshima, a subtropical island of Japan, based on elongation factor and ITS sequences. Mycoscience 52: 53-58.
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Graca, R.N., Alfenas, A.C., Ross-Davis, A.L., Klopfenstein, N.B., Kim, M.-S., Peever, T.L., Cannon, P.G., Uchida, J.Y., Kadooka, C.Y., Hauff, R.D. 2011. Multilocus genotypes indicates differentiation between Puccinia psidii populations from South America and Hawaii. pp. 131-134 in: Fairweather, M.L.; Palacios, P., compilers, Proceedings of the 58th Western International Forest Disease Work Conference. 4-8 October 2010, Valemount, BC, Canada. US Forest Service, AZ Zone Forest Health, Flagstaff, AZ.
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Progar, R. A., G. Markin, J. Milan, T. Barbouletos, and M. J. Rinella. 2010. Inundative release of Aphthona spp. flea beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) as a biological "herbicide" on leafy spurge in riparian areas. Journal of Economic Entomology 103:242-248.
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Lee, J. C., S. M. Hamud, J.F. Negron, J. J. Witcosky, and S. J. Seybold. 2010. Semiochemical-mediated flight strategies of two invasive elm bark beetles: A potential factor in competitive displacement. Environmental Entomology 39:642-652.
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Scott J. W., S. E. Meyer, K. R. Merrill, and V. J. Anderson. 2010. Local population differentiation in Bromus tectorum L. in relation to habitat specific selection regimes. Evolutionary Ecology 24:1061-1080.
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Meyer, S. E., T. E. Stewart, and S. Clement. 2010. The quick and the deadly: growth versus virulence in a seed bank pathogen. New Phytologist 187:207-216.
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Meyer, S. E., D. L. Nelson, and S. Clement. 2010. The ecological genetics of the Bromus tectorum (Poaceae)- Ustilago Bullata (Ustilaginaceae): A role for frequency dependent selection? American Journal of Botany 97:1304-1312.
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Beckstead, J., S. E. Meyer, B. M. Connolly, M. B. Huck, and L. E. Street. 2010. Cheatgrass facilitates spillover of a seed bank pathogen onto native grass species. Journal of Ecology 98:168-177.
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James F. Fowler and Barb Smith 2010. Erigeron mancus (Asteraceae) density as a baseline to detect future climate change in La Sal Mountain habitats. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 4(2): 747-753.
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Brinkman, T.J., D.K. Person, M.K. Schwartz, K.L. Pilgrim, K.E. Colson, K.J. Hundertmark. 2010. Individual identification of Sitka black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus sitkensis) using DNA from fecal pellets. Conservation Genet Resour (2010) 2:115-118.
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Laikre, L., M.K. Schwartz, R.S. Waples, N. Ryman and The GeM Working Group. 2010. Compromising genetic diversity in the wild: unmonitored large-scale release of plants and animals. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25 (2010) 520-529.
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Markin, G.P. & Horning, C.J. 2010. Discovery of a gall-forming midge, Asphondylia pilosa Kieffer (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), on Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link) (Fabaceae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 83:260-263.
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Tomback, D.F., P. Achuff. 2010. Blister rust and western forest biodiversity: Ecology, values and outlook for white pines. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 186-225.
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van Leeuwen, Willem J.D., G.M. Casady, D.G. Neary, S. Bautista, J.A. Alloza, Y. Carmel, L. Wittenberg, D. Malkinson and B.J. Orr. 2010. Monitoring post-wildfire vegetation response with remotely sensed time-series data in Spain, USA and Israel. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 19:75-93
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Cushman, S.A., and J. Lewis. 2010. Movement behavior explains genetic differentiation in American black bears. Landscape Ecol 25:1613-1625
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Landguth, E. L., S.A. Cushman, M. A. Murphy and G Luikart. 2010. Relationships between migration rates and landscape resistance assessed using individual-based simulations Molecular Ecology Resources. 10: 854-862.
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Wasserman, Tzeidle N.; Cushman, Samuel A.; Schwartz, Michael K.; Wallin, David O. 2010. Spatial scaling and multi-model inference in landscape genetics: Martes americana in northern Idaho Landscape Ecology. 25: 1601-1612.
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Shirk, A. J.; Wallin, D. O.; Cushman, S. A.; Rice, C. G.; Warheit, K. I. 2010. Inferring landscape effects on gene flow: A new model selection framework. Molecular Ecology. 19: 3603-3619.
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Epperson, Bryan K.; McRae, Brad H.; Scribner, Kim; Cushman, Samuel A.; Rosenberg, Michael S.; Fortin, Marie-Josee; James, Patrick M. A.; Murphy, Melanie; Manel, Stephanie; Legendre, Pierre; Dale, Mark R. T. 2010. Utility of computer simulations in landscape genetics. Molecular Ecology. 19: 3549-3564.
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Cushman, Samuel A.; Landguth, Erin L. 2010. Scale dependent inference in landscape genetics Landscape Ecology. 25: 967-979.
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Cushman, Samuel A.; Landguth, Erin L. 2010. Spurious correlations and inference in landscape genetics. Molecular Ecology. 19: 3592-3602.
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Britton, K.O., Buford, M., Burnett, K., Dix, M.E., Frankel, S.J., Keena, M., Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B., Ostry, M.E., Hull Sieg, C. 2010. Invasive species overarching priorities to 2029. In: Dix, M.E., Britton, K., eds. A Dynamic Invasive Species Research Vision: Opportunities and Priorities 2009-29. United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research and Development Gen. Tech. Report WO-79. pp. 3-11.

Landguth, E.L and S.A. Cushman. 2010. A spatially explicit cost distance population genetics program. Molecular Ecology Resources. 10: 156-161.
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Landguth, E.L., S.A. Cushman, M.K. Schwartz, K.S. McKelvey, M. Murphy, and G. Luikart. 2010. Quantifying the lag time to detect barriers in landscape genetics. Molecular Ecology. DOI 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2010.04808.x.
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Grubb, T. G., D. K. Delaney, W. M. Bowerman, M. R. Wierda. 2010. Golden Eagle Indifference to Heli-Skiing and Military Helicopters in Northern Utah. Journal of Wildlife Management 74(6):1275-1285; DOI: 10.2193/2009-337
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Pearson, D. E. 2010. Trait- and density-mediated indirect interactions initiated by an exotic invasive plant autogenic ecosystem engineer. American Naturalist 176(4):394-403.
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Maron, J. M., D. E. Pearson, and R. Fletcher, Jr. 2010. Counter-intuitive effects of large-scale predator removal on a mid-latitude rodent community. Ecology, 91(12), pp. 3719-3728.
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Hamelin, R.C., Kim, M.-S., Richardson, B.A, Joly, D., Brar, S., Klopfenstein, N.B. 2010. Phylogeography and population genomics of the white-pine-blister-rust fungus, Cronartium ribicola. p. 3. in: Moricca, S., comp. Program and Abstracts of the IUFRO 4th International rusts of forest trees working party conference. 3-6 May 2010, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Florence, Italy.

Hunt, R.S., Geils, B.W., Hummer, K.E. 2010. White pines, Ribes, and blister rust: Integration and action. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 402-417.
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Stella, K.A., C.H. Sieg, P.Z. Fule. 2010. Minimal effectiveness of native and non-native seeding following three high-severity wildfires. International Journal of Wildland Fire 19:746-758
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Zhang, X.Y., Q. Lu, R.A. Sniezko, R.Q. Song, G. Man. 2010. Blister rusts in China: Hosts, pathogens, and management. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 369-381.
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Segelbacher, G, S.A. Cushman, B.K. Epperson, M.-J. Fortin, O. Francois, O.J. Hardy, R. Holderegger, S. Manel. 2010. Applications of landscape genetics in conservation biology: concepts and challenges Conservation Genetics 11: 375-385.
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Cushman, S. A., K. S. McKelvey, B. R. Noon, and K. McGarigal. 2010. Use of Abundance of One Species as a Surrogate for Abundance of Others. Conservation Biology 24(3):830-840.
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Bricker, M., D.E. Pearson, and J.L. Maron. 2010. Small mammal seed predation limits the recruitment and abundance of two perennial grassland forbs. Ecology, 91(1), pp. 85-92.
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Cushman S.A., and K.S. McKelvey. 2010. Chapter 6. Data on Distribution and Abundance: Monitoring for Research and Management. Pgs 111-129 in: Cushman, S.A., and F. Huettmann, editors. Spatial complexity, informatics, and wildlife conservation. Springer, New York, USA.
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Schwartz, M.K., G. Luikart, K.S. McKelvey, and S.A Cushman. 2010. Chapter 9. Landscape Genomics: A Brief Perspective. Pages 165-174 in: S.A. Cushman and F. Huettmann, editors. Spatial complexity, informatics, and wildlife conservation. Springer, New York, U.S.A
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McKelvey, K.S., S.A. Cushman, and M.K. Schwartz. 2010. Chapter 17. Landscape Genetics. In: Spatial Complexity, Informatics, and Wildlife Conservation. Springer.
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Zwolak, R., D.E. Pearson, Y.K. Ortega, and E.E. Crone. 2010. Fire and mice: Seed predation moderates fire's influence on conifer recruitment. Ecology, 91(4), 2010, pp. 1124-1131.
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Pope, T. L., and W. M. Block. 2010. Effects of prescribed fire on winter assemblages of birds in ponderosa pine forests of Northern Arizona. Southwestern Naturalist 55:22-28.
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Grubb, T. G. 2010. The Eagle Watchers: Observing and Conserving Raptors around the World. Pages 82-86 in Tingay, R., and T. Katzner, editors. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York.
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Cushman, S. A., Evans, J.S., McGarigal, K., Kiesecker, J.M. 2010. Toward Gleasonian landscape ecology: From communities to species, from patches to pixels. Res. Pap. RMRS-RP-84. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 12 p.
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Wightman, C., V. Saab, C. Forristal, K. Mellen-Mclean, and A. Markus. 2010. White-headed woodpecker nesting ecology after wildfire. Journal of Wildlife Management 74(5):1098-1106.
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Mullen, L.B., H.A. Woods, M.K. Schwartz, A.J. Sepulveda, and W.H. Lowe. 2010. Scale-dependent genetic structure of the Idaho giant salamander (Dicamptodon aterrimus) in stream networks. Molecular Ecology 19: 898-909.
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Pierson, J.C., F.W. Allendorf, V. Saab, P. Drapeau, and M.K. Schwartz. 2010. Do male and female black-backed woodpeckers respond differently to gaps in habitat? Evolutionary Applications ISSN 1752-4571.
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Russell, R.E., J. F. Lehmkuhl, S.T. Buckland, V.A. Saab. 2010. Short-term responses of red squirrels to prescribed burning in the Interior Pacific Northwest, USA. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:12-17.
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Copeland, J. P., K.S. McKelvey, K.B. Aubry, A. Landa, J. Persson, R.M. Inman, J. Krebs, E. Lofroth, H. Golden, J.R. Squires, A. Magoun, M.K. Schwartz, J. Wilmot, C.L. Copeland, R.E. Yates, I. Kojola, and R. May. 2010. The bioclimatic envelope of the wolverine (Gulo gulo): do climatic constraints limit its geographic distribution? Can. J. Zool. 88: 233-246.
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Maron, J. L., D. E Pearson, S. M. Hovick, and W. P. Carson. 2010. Funding needed for assessments of weed biological control. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment: Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 122-123. doi: 10.1890/10.WB.013
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Koestner, P.E., K.A. Koestner, D.G. Neary and J. Gottfried. 2010. Patterns and trends in streamflow from 1939 to 1980 at Workman Creek, Sierra Ancha Experimental Forest, Arizona. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, 40: 11-16.

Hurteau, S., T. Sisk, B. Dickson, and W. Block. 2010. Variability in nest density, occupancy, and home range size of western bluebirds after forest treatments. Forest Science 56:131-138.
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Laikre, L., F.W. Allendorf, L. Aroner, C.S. Baker, D. Gregovich, M.H. Hansen, J. Jackson, K.C. Kendall, K. McKelvey, M.C. Neel, I. Olivieri, N. Ryman, M.K. Schwartz, R. Short Bull, J. Stetz, D.A. Tallmon, B.L. Taylor, C.D. Vojta, D.M. Waller, and R.S. Waples. 2010. Neglect of genetic diversity in implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Conservation Biology 24(1):86-88.
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Coop, J.D., Massatti, R.T ., Schoettle, A.W. 2010. Subalpine vegetation pattern three decades after stand-replacing fire: effects of landscape context and topography on plant community composition, tree regeneration, and diversity. Journal of Vegetation Science 21: 472-487.
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Ortega, Y.K., and D.E. Pearson. 2010. Effects of picloram application on community dominants vary with initial levels of spotted knapweed (Centaurea stoebe) invasion. Invasive Plant Science and Management 2010 3:70-80.
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Ganey, J.L., and S.C. Vojta. 2010. Coarse woody debris assay in northern Arizona mixed-conifer and ponderosa pine forests. US Forest Service Research paper RMRS-RP-80WWW. Rocky Mountain Research Station. Fort Collins, Colorado. 19 pp.
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McCormick, F.H., G.C. Contreras, S.L. Johnson. 2010. Effects of nonindigenous invasive species on water quality and quantity. In: Dix, M.E.; Britton, K., eds. A dynamic invasive species research vision: Opportunities and priorities 2009-29. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-79. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research and Development: 111-120.
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Ostry, M.E., G. Laflamme, S.A. Katovich. 2010. Silvicultural approaches for management of eastern white pine to minimize impacts of damaging agents. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 332-346.
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Schwandt, J.W., I.B. Lockman, J.T. Kliejunas, L.A. Muir. 2010. Current health issues and management strategies for white pines in the western United States and Canada. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 226-250.
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Sieg, C. Hull, J.S. Denslow, C.D. Huebner, J.H. Miller. 2010. The role of the Forest Service in nonnative invasive plant research. In: Dix, M.E.; Britton, K., eds. A dynamic invasive species research vision: Opportunities and priorities 2009-29. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-79. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research and Development: 35-41.
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Shaw, C.G. 2010. Foreword. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 145-146.
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Tallmon, D.A., D. Gregovich, R. Waples, C.S. Baker, J. Jackson, B. Taylor, E. Archer, K.K. Martien, F.W. Allendorf, and M.K. Schwartz. 2010. When are genetic methods useful for estimating contemporary abundance and detecting population trends? Molecular Ecology Resources. DOI 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2010.02831.x
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Zeglen, S., J.Pronos, H. Merler. 2010. Silvicultural management of white pines in western North America. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 347-368.
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Cushman, S.A., and F. Huettmann (eds). 2010. Spatial Complexity, Informatics and Wildlife Conservation. Springer, Tokyo.

Chalfoun, A.D., and T.E. Martin. 2010. Facultative nest patch shifts in response to nest predation risk in the Brewer's sparrow: a "win-stay, lose-switch" strategy? Oecologia 163:885-892.
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Hummer, K.E., A. Dale. 2010. Horticulture of Ribes. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 251-263.
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Diedrich, C. G., and J. P. Copeland. 2010. Upper Pleistocene Gulo gulo (Linné, 1758) remains from the Srbsko Chlum-Komin Hyena den cave in the Bohemian Karst, Czech Republic, with comparisons to contemporary wolverines. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, 127.
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Linn, R.R., J.L. Winterkamp, D.R. Weise, C. Edminster 2010. A numerical study of slope and fuel structure effects on coupled wildfire behaviour International Journal of Wildland Fire 19:179-201
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Peppin, D., P.Z. Fulé, C.H. Sieg, J.L. Beyers, M.E. Hunter 2010. Post-wildfire seeding in forests of the western United States: An evidence-based review Forest Ecology and Management 260:573-586
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Peppin, D., P.Z. Fulé, J.C. Lynn, A. Mottek-Lucas, C.H. Sieg, 2010. Market perceptions and opportunities for native plant production on the southern Colorado Plateau Restoration Ecology 18:113-124
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Scudieri, C., C.H. Sieg, S.M. Haase, A.E. Thode, S.S. Sackett 2010. Understory vegetation response after 30 years of interval prescribed burning in two ponderosa pine sites in northern Arizona, USA Forest Ecology and Management 260:2134-2142
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Fowler, J.F., C.H. Sieg, L.L. Wadleigh. 2010. Effectiveness of litter removal to prevent cambial kill-caused mortality in northern Arizona ponderosa pine Forest Science 56:166-171
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Fowler, J.F., C.H. Sieg, J.D. McMillin, K.K. Allen, J.F. Negron, L.L. Wadleigh. 2010. Development of postfire crown damage mortality thresholds in ponderosa pine International Journal of Wildland Fire 19:583-588
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Rawlinson, T.A. 2010. US Forest Service scientists continue work with the Lincoln National Forest. The Sacramento District Review. Mountain Monthly, Cloudcroft, New Mexico. September.
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Fornwalt, Paula J., Merrill R. Kaufmann, Thomas J. Stohlgren. 2010. Impacts of mixed severity wildfire on exotic plants in a Colorado ponderosa pine/Douglas-fir forest. Biol Invasions. DOI 10.1007/s10530-009-9674-2
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Geils, B.W., Hummer, K.E., Hunt, R.S. 2010. White pines, Ribes, and blister rust, a review and synthesis. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 147-185.
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Graca, R.N., Ross-Davis, A.L., Kim, M.-S., Alfenas, A.C., Peever, T.L., Cannon, P.G., Klopfenstein, N.B. 2010. Molecular population genetics of guava rust (Puccinia psidii): An invasive pathogen of native Hawaiian forests and a potential threat to eucalypts world-wide. p. 31 in: Moricca, S., comp. Program and Abstracts of the IUFRO 4th International rusts of forest trees working party conference. 3-6 May 2010, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Florence, Italy: 31.

Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B., Hanna, J.W., Cannon, P., Medel, R., Lòpez, A. 2010. First Report of Armillaria Root Disease Caused by Armillaria tabescens on Araucaria araucana in Veracruz, Mexico. Plant Disease 94: 274.
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Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B., McDonald, G.I. 2010. Effects of forest management practices and environment on occurrence of Armillaria species. Journal of Korean Forest Society 99: 251-257.
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Kim, M.-S., Richardson, B.A., McDonald, G.I., Klopfenstein, N.B. 2010. Genetic diversity and structure of western white pine (Pinus monticola) in North America: a baseline study for conservation, restoration, and addressing impacts of climate change. Tree Genetics and Genomics 7: 11-21.
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Klopfenstein, N.B., Juzwik, J., Ostry, M.E., Kim, M.-S., Zambino, P.J., Venette, R.C., Richardson, B.E., Lundquist, J.E., Lodge, D.J., Glaeser, J.A., Frankel, S.J., Otrosina, W.J., Spaine, P., Geils, B.W. 2010. Invasive forest pathogens: Current and future roles of Forest Service Research and Development. In: Dix, M.E., Britton, K., eds. A Dynamic Invasive Species Research Vision: Opportunities and Priorities 2009-29. United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research and Development Gen. Tech. Report WO-79. pp. 23-33.

Richardson, B.A., Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B., Ota, Y., Woo, K.S., Hamelin, R.C. 2010. Tracking the footsteps of an invasive plant pathogen: Intercontinental phylogeographic structure of the white-pine-blister-rust fungus, Cronartium ribicola. In: Noshad, D., Noh, E.W., King, J., Sniezko, R.A., eds. Breeding and Genetic Resources of Five-Needle Pines. Proceedings of the Conference 2008, Yangyang, Korea. Korea Forest Research Institute. pp. 56-60.
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Klopfenstein, N.B., J. Juzwik, M.E. Ostry, M.-S Kim, P.J. Zambino, R.C. Venette, B.E. Richardson, J.E. Lundquist, D.J. Lodge, J.A. Glaeser, S.J. Frankel, W.J. Otrosina, P. Spaine, B.W. Geils. 2010. Invasive forest pathogens: Current and future roles of Forest Service Research and Development. In: Dix, M.E.; Britton, K., eds. A dynamic invasive species research vision: Opportunities and priorities 2009-29. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-79. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research and Development: 23-33.
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Zambino, P.J. 2010. Biology and pathology of Ribes and their implications for management of white pine blister rust. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 264-291.
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King, J.N., A. David, D. Noshad, J. Smith. 2010. A review of genetic approaches to the management of blister rust in white pines. Forest Pathology 40(3-4): 292-313.
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Mazzola, M. B., J. C. Chambers, R. R. Blank, D. A. Pyke, E. W. Schupp, K. G. Allcock, P. S. Doescher, and R. S. Nowak. 2010. Effects of resource availability and propagule supply on native species recruitment in sagebrush ecosystems invaded by Bromus tectorum. Biological Invasions 13:513-526.
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Kosydar, A. 2010. Predicting the unpredictable: mammals in fragmented landscapes. Dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Leith K. F., W. W. Bowerman, M. R. Wierda, D. A. Best , T. G. Grubb, and J. G. Sikarske. 2010. A comparison of techniques for assessing central tendency in left-censored data using PCB and p,p’DDE contaminant concentrations from Michigan's Bald Eagle Biosentinel Program. Chemosphere 80 (2010) 7-12
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Adams, S.B., K.M. Burnett, P. Bisson, B. Harvey, K.H. Nislow, B.E. Rieman, J. Rinne. 2010. The role of the Forest Service in aquatic invasive species research. In: Dix, M.E.; Britton, K., eds. A dynamic invasive species research vision: Opportunities and priorities 2009-29. Gen. Tech. Report WO-79. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research and Development: 55-66.
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Rawlinson, T.A. 2010. US Forest Service scientists continue work with the Lincoln National Forest. The Sacramento District Review. Mountain Times, Cloudcroft, New Mexico. August.
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Finch, D.M., D. Pearson, J. Wunderle, and W. Arendt. 2010. Terrestrial animals in the invasive species strategy plan. In: Dix, M.E.; Britton, K., eds. A dynamic invasive species research vision: Opportunities and priorities 2009-29. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-79. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research and Development: 43-54.
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Laughlin, D.C., J.J. Leppert, M.M. Moore, and C.H. Sieg 2010. A multi-trait test of the leaf-height-seed plant strategy scheme with 133 species from a pine forest flora Functional Ecology 24:493-501
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Richardson, B.A., Warwell, M.V., Kim, M.S., Klopfenstein, N.B., McDonald, G.I. 2010. Integration of population genetic structure and climate modeling: Sustaining genetic resources through evaluation of projected threats. Advances in Threat Assessment and Their Application to Forest and Rangeland Management. In press.
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Luikart, G., N. Ryman, D.A. Tallmon, M.K. Schwartz, and F.W. Allendorf. 2010. Estimation of census and effective population sizes: the increasing usefulness of DNA-based approaches. Conservation Genetics 11: 355-373.
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Birdsall, J. & Markin, G. 2010. Biological Control of Yellow Starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis) in the Salmon River Canyon of Idaho. Pp. 462-469. Invasive Plant Science and Management 3:462-469.
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Farber, S., M.K. Schwartz and K.L. Pilgrim. 2009. Cooperative mesocarnivore genetic surveys to estimate the number of individuals and preliminary sub-population trend in northern Siskiyou County, California.

Evans, J. and S.A. Cushman. 2009. Gradient modeling of conifer species using random forests. Landscape Ecolog 24: 673-683.
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Bond, M. L., D. E. Lee, R. B. Siegel, and J. P. Ward, Jr. 2009. Habitat use and selection by California spotted owls in a postfire landscape. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:1116-1124.

Stella, K. 2009. Effects and effectiveness of seeding following high-severity wildfires in northern Arizona ponderosa pine forests M.S. Thesis. Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.
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Scudieri, C.A. 2009. Understory vegetation response to 30 years of interval prescribed burning in two ponderosa pine sites. M.S. Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.
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Owen, S. M., C. H. Sieg, C. A. Gehring, M. A. Bowker. 2009. Above- and belowground responses to tree thinning depend on the treatment of tree debris. Forest Ecology and Management 259, 71-80.
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Butler, J., Pearson, D.; Kim, M. 2009. Invasive Species Working Group: Research Summary and Expertise Directory. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 20 p.
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Pearson, D.E. 2009. Biotic resistance research in Argentina. RMRS Invasive Species Science Update Newsletter, Issue 3, April.
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Chambers, J., E. Leger, and E. Goergen. 2009. Cold desert fire and invasive species management: resources, strategies, tactics and responses. Rangelands. 31:14-20.
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Zwolak, R. 2009. A meta-analysis of the effects of wildfire, clearcutting, and partial harvest on the abundance of North American small mammals. Forest Ecology and Management 258:539-545.

Schwartz, M.K., and J.A. Vucetich. 2009. Molecules and beyond: assessing the distinctness of the Great Lakes wolf. Molecular Ecology 18:2307-2309. Molecular Ecology 18:2307-2309.

Dickson, B. G., B. R. Noon, C. H. Flather, s. Jentsch, and W. M. Block 2009. Quantifying the multi-scale response of avifauna to prescribed fire experiments in the southwest United States. Ecological Applications 19(3):608-621.
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Greenwood, L. 2009. Effects of a biocontrol agent on foraging behavior in the black-capped chickadee Poecile atracapillus and mountain chickadee Poecile gambeli. Final Report for Research Joint Venture Agreement #05-JV-11221643-254, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. April 13.

Neary, D.G. 2009. Post-wildland fire desertification: Can rehabilitation treatments make a difference? Fire Ecology. 5:129-144.
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Chalfoun, A., and T.E. Martin. 2009. Habitat structure mediates predation risk for sedentary prey: experimental tests of alternative hypotheses. Journal of Animal Ecology 58:497-503.

Schwartz, M.K., J. P. Copeland, N. J. Anderson, J.R. Squires, R.M. Inman, K.S. Mckelvey, K.L. Pilgrim, L.P. Waits, and S. A. Cushman. 2009. Wolverine gene flow across a narrow climatic niche. Ecology, 90(11):3222-3232.
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Krausman, P. R., D. E. Naugle, M. R. Frisina, R. Northrup, V. C. Bleich, W. M. Block, M. C. Wallace, and J. D. Wright. 2009. Livestock grazing, wildlife habitat, and rangeland values. Rangelands.
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Cushman, S.A., K.S. McKelvey, and M.K. Schwartz. 2009. Evaluating habitat connectivity and mapping of corridors between Yellowstone National Park and the Canadian Border with landscape genetics and least cost path analysis. Conservation Biology 23:368-376.

Brinkman, T., M.K. Schwartz, D.K. Person, K.L. Pilgrim, and K.J. Hundertmark. 2009. Effects of time and rainfall on PCR success using DNA extracted from deer fecal pellets. Conservation Genetics. DOI 10.1007/s10592-009-9928-7
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Pearson, D.E. 2009. Biological invasions on oceanic islands: implications for island ecosystems and avifauna. . Pages 3-14 in Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Migratory Birds. Seabirds in danger: invasive species and conservation of island ecosystems. Keynote address. Mokpo, Korea, 25 September.
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Hansen, A. K., Y. K. Ortega, and D. L. Six. 2009. Comparison of ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) assemblages in Rocky Mountain savannas invaded and un-invaded by an exotic forb, spotted knapweed. Northwest Science 83(4):348-360.
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Wood, W.F., J.P. Copeland, R.E. Yates, I.K. Horsey, L.R. McGreevy. 2009. Potential semiochemicals in urine from free ranging wolverines (Gulo gulo Pallas, 1780). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 37: 574-578.
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Francesca Marucco, Daniel H. Pletscher, Luigi Boitani, Michael K. Schwartz, Kristy L. Pilgrim and Jean-Dominique Lebreton 2009. Wolf survival and population trend using non-invasive capture-recapture techniques in the Western Alps. Journal of Applied Ecology. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2009.01696.x
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Beja-Pereira, Albano Rita Oliveira, Paulo C. Alves, Michael K. Schwartz and Gordon Luikart. 2009. Advancing ecological understandings through technological transformations in noninvasive genetics. Molecular Ecology Resources 9, 1279-1301
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Pope, T. L., W. M. Block, and P. Beier. 2009. Prescribed Fire Effects on Wintering, Bark-Foraging Birds in Northern Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management 73(5):695–700.
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Moriarty, K.M., W.J. Zielinski, A.G. Gonzalez, T.E. Dawson, K.M. Boatner, C.A. Wilson, F.V. Schlexer, K.L. Pilgrim, J.P. Copeland, and M.K. Schwartz. 2009. Wolverine confirmation in California after nearly a century: native or long-distance immigrant? Northwestern Science 83(2):154-162.
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Moser, K.W., Barnard, E.L., Billings, R.F., Crocker, S.J., Dix, M.E., Gray, A.N., Ice, G.G., Kim, M.-S., Reid, R., Rodman, S.U., McWilliams, W.H. 2009. Impacts of nonnative invasive species on US Forests and recommendations for policy and management. Journal of Forestry 107: 320-327.
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D'Antonio, C. M., J. C. Chambers, R. Loh and J.T. Tunison. 2009. Applying ecological concepts to the management of widespread grass invasions. Pages 123-149. In: R. L. Inderjit, editor. Ecological Invasions and Restoration. Springer, Netherlands.
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Page-Dumroese, D.S., A.M. Abbott, T.M. Rice. 2009. Forest soil disturbance monitoring protocol: Vol. I: Rapid assessment. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-82a. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 31 p.
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Page-Dumroese, D.S., A.M. Abbott, T.M. Rice. 2009. Forest soil disturbance monitoring protocol: Vol. II: Supplementary methods, statistics, and data collection. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-82b. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 64 p.
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Fornwalt, P. J. 2009. Lessons From the Hayman Fire: Forest Understory Responses to the Scarify-and-Seed Postfire Rehabilitation Treatment. Fire Management Today. Volume 69. No. 3 pp 38-43.
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Ward, S.M., C.E. Fleischmann, M.F. Turner, and S.E. Sing. 2009. Hybridization between invasive populations of Dalmatian toadflax (Linaria dalmatica) and yellow toadflax (Linaria vulgaris). Invasive Plant Science and Management. 2(4): 369-378.
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Jacobs, J. and S. Sing. 2009. Ecology and management of tansy ragwort (Senecio jacobaea L.). Invasive Species Technical Note MT-24. Bozeman, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service. 13 p.
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Wood, W.F., J.P. Copeland, R.E. Yates, I.K. Horsey, and L.R. McGreevy. 2009. Potential semiochemicals in urine from free ranging wolverines (Gulo gulo Pallas, 1780). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology DOI: 10.1016/j.bse.2009.09.007.
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Joshi, P. 2009. Night roosts of bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) wintering in northern Arizona. Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Balkenhol, N., F. Gugerli, S.A. Cushman, L.P. Waits, A. Coulon, J.W. Arntzen, R. Holderegger, H.H. Wagner, T.N. Wasserman. 2009. Identifying future research needs in landscape genetics: Where to from here? Landscape Ecology. 24: 455-463.
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McGarigal, K., S. Tagil, and S.A. Cushman. 2009. Surface metrics: An alternative to patch metrics for the quantification of landscape structure. Landscape Ecology 24: 433-450.
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Schoettle, A.W., Sniezko, R.A., Burns, K.S. 2009. Sustaining Pinus flexilis ecosystems of the southern Rocky Mountains (USA) in the presence of Cronartium ribicola and Dendroctonus ponderosae in a changing climate. In: Noshad, D., Noh, E.W., King, J., Sniezko, R.A., eds. Breeding and Genetic Resources of Five-Needle Pines. Proceedings of the Conference 2008, Yangyang, Korea. Korea Forest Research Institute. pp. 63-65.
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Johnson, Tyler D., T.E. Kolb, and A.L. Medina. 2009. Do riparian plant community characteristics differ between Tamarix (L.) invaded and non-invaded sites on the upper Verde River, Arizona? Biological Invasions: DOI 10.1007/s10530-009-9658-2
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Bradley, B.A., M. Oppenheimer, D. S. Wilcove. 2009. Climate change and plant invasions: restoration opportunities ahead? Global Change Biology. Global Change Biology.
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Ffolliott, P.F., C.L. Stropki, H. Chen, and D.G. Neary. 2009. Observations of bird numbers and species following a historic wildfire in Arizona ponderosa pine forests. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 41:16-23.
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Klopfenstein, N.B., Lundquist, J.E., Hanna, J.W., Kim, M.-S., McDonald, G.I. 2009. First report of Armillaria sinapina, a cause of Armillaria root disease, associated with a variety of forest tree hosts on site with diverse climate in Alaska. Plant Disease 93: 111.
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Klopfenstein, N.B., Kim, M.-S., Hanna, J.W., Richardson, B.A., Lundquist, J.W. 2009. Approaches to predicting potential impacts of climate change on forest disease: An example with Armillaria root disease. Research Paper RMRS-RP-76. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO. 10 p.
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Kliejunas, J. T., Geils, B.W., Glaeser, J. M., Goheen, E. M., Hennon, P., Kim, M.-S., Kope, H., Stone, J., Sturrock, R., Frankel, S. J. 2009. Review of literature on climate change and forest diseases of western North America. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-225. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 54 p.
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Kim, M.-S., Geils, B.W., Klopfenstein, N.B., Spaine, P.W., Richardson, B.A., Zambino, P.J., Shaw, C.G., Walla, J., Bulluck, R., Redmond, L., Smith, K. 2009. Recovery plan for Scots pine blister rust caused by Cronartium flaccidum and Peridermium pini. National Plant Disease Recovery System, a cooperative project of The American Phytopathological Society and The United States Department of Agriculture.
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Coop, J.D., Schoettle, A.W. 2009. Regeneration of Rocky Mountain bristlecone pine (Pinus aristata) and limber pine (Pinus flexilis) three decades after stand-replacing fires. Forest Ecology and Management 257: 893-903.
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Bateman, Heather L.; Chung-MacCoubrey, Alice; Snell, Howard L.; Finch, Deborah M. 2009. Abundance and species richness of snakes along the Middle Rio Grande riparian forest in New Mexico. Herpetological Conservation and Biology. 4(1): 1-8.
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Smith, D. Max; Finch, Deborah M.; Gunning, Christian; Jemison, Roy; Kelly, Jeffrey F. 2009. Post-wildfire recovery of riparian vegetation during a period of water scarcity in the southwestern USA. Fire Ecology Special Issue. 5(1): 38-55.
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Smith, D. Max; Finch, Deborah M.; Hawksworth, David L. 2009. Black-chinned hummingbird nest-site selection and nest survival in response to fuel reduction in a southwestern riparian forest. The Condor. 111(4): 641-652.
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Fausch, K.D., B.E. Rieman, J.B. Dunham, M.K. Young, and D.P. Peterson. 2009. Invasion versus isolation: trade-offs in managing native salmonids with barriers to upstream movement. Conservation Biology 23:859-870. Conservation Biology 23:859-870.
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Lamansky, J.A., Jr., E.R. Keeley, M.K. Young, and K.A. Meyer. 2009. The use of hoop nets seeded with mature brook trout to capture conspecifics. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:10-17.
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Neary, D.G., G.G. Ice, and C.R. Jackson. 2009. Linkages between forest soils and water quantity and quality. Forest Ecology and Management. Forest Ecology and Management. 258: 2269-2281.
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Schwartz, M.K. 2009. Uniting ecological and genetic data for the conservation of wild ibex. Animal Conservation 12:103-104.
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Richardson, B.A., Rehfeldt, G.E., Kim, M.-S. 2009. Congruent climate-related genecological responses from molecular markers and quantitative traits for western white pine (Pinus monticola). Int. J. Plant Sci. 170:1120-1131.
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Ruggiero, L. 2009. The Value of Opinion in Science and the Forest Service Research Organization. Journal of Wildlife Management 73(5):811–813.
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Pater, L. L., T. Grubb, and D. Delaney. 2009. Recommendations for Improved Assessment of Noise Impacts on Wildlife. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 73(5) 788-795.
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Buckland, S.T., R.E. Russell, B. Dickson, V. Saab, D. Gorman, and W. Block. 2009. Analyzing designed experiments in distance sampling. Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 14: 432-442.
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Russell, R.E., A. Royle, V. Saab, J. Lehmkuhl, W. Block, and J. Sauer. 2009. Modeling the effects of environmental disturbance on wildlife communities: avian responses to prescribed fire. Ecological Applications, 19:1253-1263.
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Russell, R. E., V. Saab, J. Rotella, and J. Dudley. 2009. Detection probabilities of woodpecker nests in mixed conifer forests in Oregon. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121(1):82-88.
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Pearson, D.E. and Y.K. Ortega. 2009. Managing invasive plants in natural areas: moving beyond control. Pgs. 1-21 in (ed.) Rudolf V. Kingley, Weeds: Management, Economic Impacts and Biology. Nova Publishers, NY.
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Pearson, D.E. 2009. Invasive plant architecture alters trophic interactions by changing predator abundance and behavior. Oecologia (2009) 159:549-558.
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McKelvey, K.S., S.A. Cushman, M.K. Schwartz, and L. F. Ruggiero. 2009. Wildlife monitoring across multiple spatial scales using grid-based sampling. Pgs. 137-142 in: R. E. McRoberts, G. A. Reams, P. C. Van Deusen, and W. H. McWilliams editors. Eighth annual Forest Inventory and Analysis symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report WO-79. 404 pgs.
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Sabo, K.E., C.H. Sieg, S.C. Hart, and J.D. Bailey. 2009. The role of disturbance severity and canopy closure on standing crop of understory plant species in ponderosa pine stands in northern Arizona, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 257: 1656-1662.
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Forristal, C. 2009. Influence of Postfire Salvage Logging on Black-Backed Woodpecker Nest-Site Selection and Nest Survival. M.S. thesis. Montana State University, Bozeman. 103p
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Crone, E. E., M. Marler, D. E. Pearson. 2009. Non-target effects of broadleaf herbicide on a native perennial forb: a demographic framework for assessing and minimizing impacts. Journal of Applied Ecology 46:673-682.
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Iniguez, J.M., Swetnam, T.W., and C.H. Baisa. 2009. Spatially and temporally variable fire regime on Rincon Peak, Arizona, US. Fire Ecology 5:3-21.
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Ortega, Y.K., and D.E. Pearson. 2009. Factors influencing plant invasiveness. RMRS Invasive Species Science Update Newsletter, Issue 3, April.
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Saab, V.A., R.E. Russell, J.G. Dudley. 2009. Nest-site selection by cavity-nesting birds in relation to postfire salvage logging. Forest Ecology and Management 257: 151-159.
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Cushman, S.A., K.S. McKelvey, and M.K. Schwartz. 2008. Use of empirically derived source-destination models to map regional conservation corridors. Conservation Biology 23(2):368-376.
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Ganey, J.L, R.H. Cassidy, and W.M. Block. 2008. Estimating canopy cover in forest stands used by Mexican spotted owls: do stand-exam routines provide estimates comparable to field-based techniques? US Forest Service Research Paper RMRS-RP-72WWW. 8pp.
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Jentsch, S., R.W. Mannan, B.G. Dickson, and W.M. Block. 2008. Associations among breeding birds and gambel oak in Southwestern ponderosa pine forests. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:994-1000.
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Frank, K.L., Geils, B.W., Kalkstein, L.S., Thistle, H.W., Jr. 2008. Synoptic climatology of the long-distance dispersal of white pine blister rust II. Combination of surface and upper-level conditions. International Journal of Biometeorology 52: 653-666.
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Zouhar, K., J. K. Smith, S. Sutherland, M. L. Brooks. 2008. Wildland fire in ecosystems: fire and nonnative invasive plants. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-42-vol. 6. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 355 p.
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Luikart, G., K. Pilgrim, J. Visty, V. Ezenwa, and M.K. Schwartz. 2008. Candidate gene microsatellite variation is associated with parasitism in wild bighorn sheep. Biology Letters 4:228-231.
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Burns, K.S., Schoettle, A.W., Jacobi, W.R., Mahalovich, M.F. 2008. Options for the management of white pine blister rust in the Rocky Mountain Region. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-206. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 26 p.
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Cushman, S.A., K.S. McKelvey, and M.K. Schwartz. 2008. Case Study 6.1: DNA survey for fisher in Northern Idaho. Pgs. 173-174 in: R.A. Long, P. MacKay, J.C. Ray, and W.J. Zielinski, Editors. Noninvasive Survey Methods for North American Carnivores. Island Press, Washington D.C.
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Brown, P.M. and A.W. Schoettle. 2008. Fire and stand history in two limber pine (Pinus flexilis) and Rocky Mountain bristlecone pine (Pinus aristata) stands in Colorado. International Journal of Wildland Fire 17, 339-347.

Noon, B. R., K. S. McKelvey, and B. G. Dickson. 2008. Multispecies conservation planning on U. S. federal lands. Pgs. 51-83 in: J. J Millspaugh and F. R. Thompson (editors). Models for Planning Wildlife Conservation in Large Landscapes. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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Finch, Deborah M. 2008. Pentimento: Fuels reduction and restoration in the Bosque of the Middle Rio Grande. Fire Science Brief. 7: 1-6.
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Bateman, Heather L.; Chung-MacCoubrey, Alice; Finch, Deborah M.; Snell, Howard L.; Hawksworth, David L. 2008. Impacts of non-native plant removal on vertebrates along the Middle Rio Grande (New Mexico). Ecological Restoration. 26(3): 193-195.
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Hutto, R., C.J. Conway, V.A. Saab, and J.R. Walters. 2008. What constitutes a natural fire regime? Insight from the ecology and distribution of coniferous forest birds in North America. Fire Ecology 4:115-132.
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Hurteau, S.R., B.G. Dickson, T.D. Sisk and W.M. Block. 2008. Chapter 10: Avian community responses to forest thinning and prescribed surface fire, alone and in combination. In: van Riper and Sogge, editors. The Colorado Plateau III. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona. 393 pp.
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Cannon, P., Klopfenstein, N.B., Kim, M.-S., Hanna, J.W., Medel, R., Alvarado-Rosales, D. 2008. An Armillaria survey in Mexico: A basis for determining evolutionary relationships, assessing potentially invasive pathogens, evaluating future impacts of climate change, and developing international collaborations in forest pathology. pp. 29 -39 in: McWilliams, M.G., Palaciou, P., Quinney, S.J., Quinney, J.E., compilers. Proceedings of the 55th Western International Forest Disease Work Conference, 2007 October 15-19, Sedona, AZ. Salem, OR: Oregon Department of Forestry.
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Sturdivant, R.X., J.J. Rotella, and R. E. Russell. 2008. A Smoothed Residual Based Goodness-of-Fit Statistic for Nest-Survival Models. Studies in Avian Biology No. 34:45-54.
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Youtz, J. A., R. T. Graham, R. T. Reynolds, and J. Simon. 2008. Implementing Northern Goshawk Habitat Management in Southwestern Forests: A Template for Restoring Fire-Adapted Forest Ecosystems. In: Integrated restoration of forested ecosystems to achieve multiresource benefits: proceedings of the 2007 national silviculture workshop. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-733. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 306 p.
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Whittaker, A., B. Roundy, J. Chambers, S. Meyer, B. Blank, S. Kitchen, and J. Korfmacher. 2008. Effects of herbaceous species removal, fire and cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) on soil water availability in sagebrush steppe. In: S. G. Kitchen, R. L. Pendleton, T. A. Monaco, and J. Vernon comps. Proceedings-Shrublands under fire: disturbance and recovery in a changing world; 2006 June 6-8; Cedar City, UT. RMRS-P-52. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 190 p
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Kuenzi, A. M. , P. Z. Fule, and C. Hull Sieg. 2008. Effects of fire severity and pre-fire stand treatment on plant community recovery after a large wildfire. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 855-865.
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Reynolds, R. T., R. T. Graham, and D. A. Boyce, Jr. 2008. Northern goshawk habitat: an intersection of science, management, and conservation. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(4)
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Mazzola, M. B., K. G. Allcock, J. C. Chambers, R. R. Blank and R. S. Nowak. 2008. Effects of nitrogen availability and cheatgrass competition on the establishment of Vavilov Siberian wheatgrass. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 61:475-484.
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Chambers, J. C. 2008. Invasive Plant Species and the Great Basin. In J. C. Chambers, A. Evenden and N. Devoe, compilers. Collaborative management and research in the Great Basin – Examining the issues and developing a framework for moving forward. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, General Technical Report. RMRS-GTR-204.
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Pearson, D. E. and R. M. Callaway. 2008. Weed biocontrol insects reduce native plant recruitment through second-order apparent competition. Ecological Applications, 18(6), pp. 1489-1500.
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Squires, J.R., N.J. Decesare, J.A. Kolbe, and L.F. Ruggiero. 2008. Hierarchical den selection of Canada lynx in western Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1497-1506.
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Schleier, J.J., S.E. Sing and R.K.D. Peterson. 2008. Regional ecological risk assessment for the introduction of Gambusia affinis (western mosquitofish) into Montana watersheds. Biological Invasions 10: 1277-1287.
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Moser, W.K., Barnard, E.L., Billings, R.F., Crocker, S.J., Dix, M.E., Ice, G.C., Kim, M.-S., Reid, R., Rodman, S., McWilliams, W.H. 2008. White paper on non-native invasive species affecting forests in the United States. For submission to the Committee on Forest Policy and the Executive Council of the Society of American Foresters. 46 p.

Hayes, C.J., T.E. DeGomez, K.M. Clancy, and J.D. McMillin. 2008. Evaluation of Funnel Traps for Characterizing the Bark Beetle (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) Communities in Ponderosa Pine Forests of Northern Arizona. Journal of Economic Entomology 101: 1253-1265.
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Kearns, H.S., W.R. Jacobi, K.S. Burns, and B.W. Geils. 2008. Distribution of Ribes, an alternate host of white pine blister rust, in Colorado and Wyoming. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 135(3): 423-437.
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Johnson, T. D. 2008. Ecology and management of the tamarisk in the Southwest and on the upper Verde River, Arizona. Masters Thesis completed in December 2008, Northern Arizona University, College of Ecosystem Science and Management, 58p.

Sniezko, R.A., Kegley, A., Danchok, R., Schoettle, A.W., Burns, K.S., Conklin, D. 2008. Cronartium ribicola resistance in whitebark pine, southwestern white pine, limber pine and Rocky Mountain bristlecone pine - Preliminary screening results from first tests at Dorena GRC. In: McWilliams, M.G. comp. 2007. Proceedings of the 55th Western International Forest Disease Work Conference, 2007 October 15-19, Sedona, AZ. Salem, OR: Oregon Department of Forestry. pp. 84-86
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Poff, B., D.G. Neary, and G.P. Asner. 2008. How useful is LiDAR in establishing a streat gauging network in a tropical experimental forest. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2008 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 38: 29-32.
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Ganey, J. L., Telles, A. J. and Ramsey, M. A. 2008. Status and Ecology of Mexican Spotted Owls in the Gila Region, New Mexico. The New Mexico Botanist, Special Issue 1, p34-48.
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Schoettle, A.W., K. S. Burns, S. Costello,J. Witcosky, B. Howell, J. Connor. 2008. A race against beetles: Conservation of limber pine. Nutcracker Notes 14:11-12.

Peterson, D.P., B. E. Rieman, J. B. Dunham, K. D. Fausch, K. Y. Young. 2008. Analysis of trade-offs between threats of invasion by nonnative brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and intentional isolation for native westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkia lewisi). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 65:557-573.
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Jacobs, J. and S. Sing. 2008. Ecology and management of diffuse knapweed (Centaurea diffusa Lam.). Invasive Species Technical Note No. MT-20. Bozeman, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service. 12 p.
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Squires, J.R. 2008. The goshawk - review of a book by Robert Kenward. Condor 110(1):191-193.
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Schwartz, M.K. and K.S. McKelvey. 2008. Why sampling scheme matters: the effect of sampling scheme on landscape genetic results. Conservation Genetics 10:441-452.
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Belote, R. T., R.H. Jones, S. M. Hood, B. W. Wender. 2008. Diversity-invasibility across an experimental disturbance gradient in Appalachian forests. Ecology. 89(1): 183-192.
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Allender, C.J., K.M. Clancy, T.E. DeGomez, J.D. McMillin, S.A. Woolbright, P. Keim, and D.M. Wagner. 2008. Lack of Genetic Differentiation in Aggressive and Secondary Bark Beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) from Arizona. Environmental Entomology 37(3): 817-824.
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Kendall, K.C. and K.S. McKelvey. 2008. Chapter 6: Hair Collection. Pgs. 135-176 in: R.A. Long, P. MacKay, J.C. Ray, and W.J. Zielinski, Editors. Noninvasive Survey Methods for North American Carnivores. Island Press, Washington D.C.
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Iniguez, J. M., T.W. Swetnam, S.R. Yool. 2008. Topography affected landscape fire history patterns in southern Arizona, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 256: 295-303.
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Dodge, R.S., P.Z. Fule, and C. Hull Sieg. 2008. Dalmatian toadflax (Linaria dalmatica) response to wildfire in a southwestern USA forest. Ecoscience 15(2): 213-222.
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S.R. Hurteau, Sisk, T.D., Block, W.M., Dickson, B.D. 2008. Fuel-Reduction Treatment Effects on Avian Community Structure and Diversity. The Journal of Wildlife Management 2(5)
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Squires, J.R. 2008. Predicting the effects of forest management on lynx populations. Wild Felid Monitor: Winter 1(1):14.
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Olberding, Susan D., and Moore, Margaret M., tech coords. 2008. Fort Valley Experimental Forest -- A Century of Research 1908-2008 Conference Proceedings; August 7-9, 2008; Flagstaff, AZ. Proceedings RMRS-P-53CD. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 408 p.
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Huebner, D.P., S.D. Olberding, B. Peterson, and D. DeSimone. 2008. A century of meteorological observations at Fort Valley Experimental Forest: a cooperative observer program success story. In: Fort Valley Experimental Forest - a century of research 1908-2008. Conference Proceedings; August 7-9, 2008; Flagstaff, Arizona. Proceedings RMRS-P-53CD. 408 p.
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Richardson, B.A., N. B. Klopfenstein, P. J. Zambino, G. I. McDonald, B. W. Geils, and L. M. Carris 2008. Influence of host resistance on the genetic structure of the white pineblister rust fungus in the western United States. Phytopathology 98:413-420.
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Courbois, J., S.L. Katz, D.J. Isaak, E.A. Steel, R.F. Thurow, A.M.W. Rub, T. Olsen, and C.E. Jordan. 2008. Evaluating probability sampling strategies for estimating redd counts: an example with Chinook salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries Management 65:1814-1830.
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Frank, K. L., L. S. Kalkstein, B. W. Geils, H. W. Thistle Jr. 2008. Synoptic climatology of the long-distance dispersal of white pine blister rust. I. Development of an upper level synoptic classification. International Journal of Biometeorology. DOI 10.1007/s00484-008-0157-4.
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Frank, K. L., L. S. Kalkstein, B. W. Geils, H. W. Thistle Jr. 2008. Synoptic climatology of the long-distance dispersal of white pine blister rust. II. Combination of surface and upper-level conditions. International Journal of Biometeorology. DOI 10.1007/s00484-008-0158-3.
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Lisa-Natalie Anjozian 2008. The Tao of Treating Weeds: Reaching for Restoration in the Northern Rocky Mountains. Joint Fire Science Program Fire Science Brief Issue 18, October 2008.
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Sabo, Kyla E., Stephen C. Hart, Carolyn Hull Sieg, and John Duff Bailey 2008. Tradeoffs in Overstory and Understory Aboveground Net Primary Productivity in Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Stands. Forest Science 54(4): 408-416.
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Bayard de Volo, S. 2008. Genetic studies of Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) : genetic tagging and individual identification from feathers, and determining phylogeography, gene flow and population history for Goshawks in North America Ph. D. Thesis: Colorado State University.
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Steed, B.E., and M.R. Wagner. 2008. Seasonal pheromone response by Ips pini in northern Arizona and western Montana, U.S.A. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 10: 189-203.
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Linkhart1, B.D., E. M. Evers, J. D. Megler, E.C. Palm, C. M. Salipante, and S.W. Yanco. 2008. First Observed Instance of Polygyny in Flammulated Owls. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120(3):645-648.
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Bayard de Volo, S., R.T. Reynolds, M.R. Douglas, M.F. Antolin. 2008. An improved extraction method to increase DNA yield from molted feathers. Condor 110:762-766.
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Neary, D.G., S. Haase, and S.T. Overby. 2008. Total carbon and nitrogen in mineral soil after 26 years of prescribed fire: Long Valley and Fort Valley Experimental Forests. pp. 305 - 312. In: Olberding, S.D.; Moore, M.M., (Tech. Coords.). 2008. Fort Valley Experimental Forest-A Century of Research 1908-2008. Proceedings RMRS-P-53CD. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 408 p.
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Runyon, J. B., M. C. Mescher, C. M. DeMoraes. 2008. Parasitism by Cuscuta pentagona attenuates host plant defense of insect herbivores. Physiology, published online December 28, 2007.
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Poff, B., and D.G. Neary 2008. International cooperative program on assessment and monitoring of air pollution effects on forests: the Sierra Ancha Experimental Forest, Arizona. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2008 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 38: 5-10.

Neary, D.G. and P. Garcia-Chevesich. 2008. Hydrology and erosion impacts of mining derived coastal sand dunes, Chañaral Bay, Chile. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2008 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 38: 47-52.
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Neary, D.G., and P. Garcia-Chevesich. 2008. Climate change impacts on municipal, mining, and agricultural water supplies in Chile. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2008 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 38: 53-57.
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Koestner, K.A., D.G. Neary, G.J. Gottfried and R. Morales. 2008. Characteristics and behavior of a cool-season prescribed fire in the oak savannas of the Southwestern Borderlands. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2008 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 38: 41-46.
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Koestner, K.A., D.G. Neary and G.J. Gottfried. 2008. Comparing bedload conditions in the Cascabel Watersheds, Coronado National Forest. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2008 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 38: 33-40.
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Ffolliott, P.F., C.L. Stropki, and D.G. Neary. 2008. Historical wildfire impacts on ponderosa pine overstories: An Arizona case study. Research Paper. RMRS-RP-75. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 20 p.
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Poff, B. and D.G. Neary. 2008. Will large scale forest restoration treatments provide more water for population growth in the semi-arid West: Current hydrologic research in Arizona. Proceedings of the World Environmental and Water Congress, Honolulu, HI, May 13-16, 2008.

Fowler, J., C. Sieg, B. Dickson, and V. Saab. 2008. Exotic plant species diversity: influence of roads and prescribed fire in Arizona ponderosa pine forests. Range Ecology and Management 61: 284-293.
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Cushman, S. A., K. S. McKelvey, C. H. Flather, and K. McGarigal. 2008. Do forest community types provide a sufficient basis to evaluate biological diversity? Front Ecol Environ 6: 13-17, doi: 10.1890/070039
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Harvey, A. E., J. W. Byler, G. I. McDonald, L. F. Neuenschwander, J. R. Tonn. 2008. Death of an ecosystem: perspectives on western white pine ecosystems of North America at the end of the twentieth century. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-208. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 10 p.
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Pearson, D. E. and R. J. Fletcher, Jr. 2008. Mitigating exotic impacts: restoring native deer mouse populations elevated by an exotic food subsidy. Ecological Applications18 (2):321-334.
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Long, J.W., D. Endfield, C.S. Lupe, and B.M. Burnette. 2008. Battle at the bridge: Using participatory approaches to develop community researchers in ecological management. Pp. 217-238 In: Wilmsen, C.; Elmendorf, W.; Fisher, L.; Ross, J.; Sarathy, B.; Wells, G. (Eds.) Partnerships for Empowerment: Participatory Research for Community-Based Natural Resource Management, Earthscan, London.

Long, J.W. 2008. Persistence of Apache trout following wildfires in the White Mountains of Arizona. pp. 219-234. In: van Riper, C. III; Sogge, M.K. (Eds.), The Colorado Plateau III: Integrating Research and Resources Management for Effective Conservation. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Gottfried, G.J., P.F. Ffolliott and D.G. Neary. 2008. Contributions of silvicultural studies at Fort Valley to watershed management: Some case studies in Arizona's ponderosa pine forests. Pp. 86 - 97.In: Olberding, S.D.; Moore, M.M., (tech coords.). 2008. Fort Valley Experimental Forest-A Century of Research 1908-2008. Proceedings RMRS-P-53CD. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 408 p.
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Schwartz M. K. and Monfort S. L. 2008. Genetic and Endocrine Tools for Carnivore Surveys. In: Long RA, MacKay P, Ray JC, Zielinski WJ (eds) Noninvasive survey methods for North American carnivores. Island Press, Washington D.C.
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Homyack JA, Vashon JH, Libby C, Lindquist EL, McAlpine DF, Pilgrim KL, and Schwartz MK. 2008. Canada lynx-bobcat (Lynx canadensis x L. rufus) hybrids at the southern periphery of lynx range in Maine, Minnesota and New Brunswick. Am. Midl. Nat. 159:504-508.
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McKelvey KS, Aubry KB, and Schwartz MK. 2008. The use of anecdotal occurrence data for rare or elusive species: the illusion of reality and a call for evidentiary standards. Bioscience. Vol. 58 No. 6:549-555.
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Luikart G, Pilgrim K, Visty J, Ezenwa V, and Schwartz MK. 2008. Candidate gene microsatellite variation is associated with parasitism in wild bighorn sheep. Biol. Lett. (2008) 4, 228-231.
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Samuel, L. W., D. R. Kirby, J. E. Norland, G. E. Anderson. 2008. Leafy spurge suppression by flea beetles in the Little Missouri Drainage Basin, USA. Rangeland Ecology and Management 61:437-443.
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Bagne, K.E. and Finch, D.M. 2008. Developing a tool to assess wildlife species vulnerability to climate change. In New Mexico Forestry and Climate Change Workshop. November 20, 2008. Albuquerque, N.M. Forest Guild.
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Bowden, T. S. 2008. Mexican spotted owl reproduction, home range, and habitat associations in Grand Canyon National Park. M.S. thesis. Montana State University. Bozeman. 87pp.

Cushman, S.A., K. McGarigal, and M. Neel. 2008. Parsimony in landscape metrics: strength, universality, and consistency. Ecological Indicators 8: 691-703.
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Jacobs, J.S. and S.E. Sing. 2008. Ecology and management of Dalmatian toadflax [Linaria dalmatica (L.) Mill.]. USDA NRCS Invasive Species Technical Note No. MT-3 July 2006.
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Scudieri, C., F.J. Fowler, C.H. Sieg, L. Williams, S.M. Haase 2008. Vascular plant checklist of the Chimney Spring and Limestone Flats prescribed burning study areas within ponderosa pine Experimental Forests in northern Arizona pp. 242-249 in Olberding, S.D. and M.M. Moore (tech coords). 2008. Fort Valley Experimental Forest -- A Century of Research 1908-2008. Proc. RMRS-P-5 Fort Collins, CO
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Murphy, M.A., J.S. Evans, S.A. Cushman, and A. Storfer. 2008. Representing genetic variation as continuous surfaces: An approach for identifying spatial dependency in landscape genetic studies. Ecography 31: 685-697.
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Squires, J. R., L. F. Ruggiero. 2007. Winter Prey Selection of Canada Lynx in Northwestern Montana. Wildlife Management 71(2):310-315.
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Copeland, J. P., J.M.. Peek, C. R. Groves, W. E.. Melquist, K. S. Mckelvey, G. W. McDaniel, C. D. Long, C. E. Harris. 2007. Seasonal Habitat Associations of the Wolverine in Central Idaho. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2201-2212.
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Ruggiero, L. F., K. S. Mckelvey, K. B. Aubry,J. P. Copeland, D. H. Pletscher, M. G. Hornocker. 2007. Wolverine Conservation and Management. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71(7).
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Jacobs, J.S. and S.E. Sing. 2007. Ecology and management of houndstongue (Cynoglossum officinale L.). USDA NRCS Invasive Species Technical Note No. MT-8 January 2007. 7 pp.
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Jacobs, J.S. and S.E. Sing. 2007. Ecology and management of saltcedar (Tamarix ramosissima, T. chinensis and Tamarix ramosissima x T. chinensis hybrids). USDA NRCS Invasive Species Technical Note No. MT-13. 12 pp.
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Pariera Dinkins, C.L., S.K. Brumfield, R.K.D. Peterson, W.E. Grey, and S.E. Sing. 2007. Dalmatian toadflax (Linaria dalmatica): new host for cucumber mosaic virus. Weed Technology 21: 41-44.
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Schat, M., S.E. Sing and R.K.D. Peterson. 2007. External rostrum characters for differentiation of sexes in the biological control agent Mecinus janthinus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). The Canadian Entomologist 139: 354-357.
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Sing, S.E., R.K.D. Peterson, and B.D. Maxwell. 2007. Invasive species management: Ensuring the 'cure' is not worse than the condition. In: Springer, J. T.; Springer, E. C., eds. Proceedings of the 20th North American Prairie Conference. Kearney, NB: University of Nebraska at Kearney. p. 381-386.
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Gonzalez, P., R. P. Neilson, K. S. McKelvey, J. M. Lenihan, R. J. Drapek. 2007. Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Habitat and Conservation Priority Areas for Lynx canadensis (Canada Lynx). Report to: Watershed, Fish, Wildlife, Air, and Rare Plants Staff; National Forest System; Forest Service; U.S. Department of Agriculture; Washington, DC. and: NatureServe, Arlington, VA
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Dudley, J. G. and V. A. Saab. 2007. Home range size of Black-backed Woodpeckers in burned forests of southwestern Idaho. Western North American Naturalist 67(4), 593-600.
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Blank, R. S., J. C. Chambers, B. A. Roundy, S. E. Meyer, and A. Whittaker. 2007. Nutrient availability in rangeland soils: influence of prescribed burning, herbaceous vegetation removal, over-seeding with Bromus tectorum, season, and elevation. Rangeland Ecology and Management 60:644-655.
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Block, W.M. 2007. Editorial: Is This Truly An International Journal? Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2119.
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Zambino, P.J., McDonald, G.I., Richardson, B.A. 2007. First report of the white pine blister rust fungus, Cronartium ribicola, on Pedicularis bracteosa. Plant Disease 91: 467.
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Morrison, M.L., and W.M. Block. 2007. Editorial: Out With the Old. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2447-2448.
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Block, W.M., and M.L. Morrison. 2007. Editorial: How to be Impactful. Journal of Wildlife Management 71: 1747-1748.
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Block, W.M. 2007. Editorial: Getting it Right. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1023-1024.
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Warwell, M.V., Rehfeldt, G.E., Crookston, N.L. 2007. Modeling contemporary climate profiles and predicting their response to global warming for whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis). pp. 139-142 in: Goheen, E.M., Sniezko, R.A., the coords. Proceedings of the conference on Whitebark pine: A Pacific coast perspective. 27-31 August 2006, Ashland, OR. R6-NR-FHP-2007-01. Portland, OR: Pacific Northwest Region, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
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Covert-Bratland, K. A., T. C. Theimer, and W. M. Block. 2007. Hairy woodpecker winter roost characteristics in burned ponderosa pine forest. Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 119.43-52.
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Schwartz, M. K., K. L. Pilgrim, K. S. McKelvey, P. T. Rivera, L. F. Ruggiero. 2007. DNA Markers for Identifying Individual Snowshoe Hares Using field-collected Pellets. Northwest Science, Vol. 81, No.4.
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Cushman, S.A., D. McKenzie, D. L. Peterson, J. Littell, and McKelvey, K. S. 2007. Research agenda for integrated landscape modeling. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRSGTR-194. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 51 p.
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Olberding, S. D., D. P. Huebner, C. B. Edminster. 2007. Sierra Ancha Experimental Forest historical photographs. [Online]. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Available: http://www.rmrs.nau.edu/imagedb/bcollection.shtml [2007, January 17].

Saab, V.A.; Block, W.; Russell, R.E.; Lehmkuhl, J.; Bate, L.; and White, R. 2007. Birds and Burns of the Interior West: Descriptions, habitats, and management in western forests. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-712. Portland, OR.
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Jordan, Mark J. , J . Mark Higley, Sean M. Matthews, Olin E. Rhodes, Michael K. Schwartz, Reginald H. Barrett and Per J. Palsbøll. 2007. Development of 22 new microsatellite loci for fishers (Martes pennanti) with variability results from across their range. Molecular Ecology Notes.
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Schwartz MK, Aubry KB, McKelvey KS., Pilgrim KL,Copeland JP, Squires JR, Inman RM, Wisely SM and Ruggiero LF. 2007. Inferring Geographic Isolation of Wolverines in California Using Historical DNA. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2170-2179.
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Schwartz MK. 2007. Ancient DNA confirms native rocky mountain fisher Martes pennanti avoided early 20 th century extinction. Journal of Mammalogy 88:921-925.
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Schwartz MK, Luikart G, and Waples RS. 2007. Genetic monitoring as a promising tool for conservation and management. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 22: 25-33.
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Aubry KB, McKelvey KS,Copeland JP. 2007. Distribution and Broad-scale Habitat Relations of the Wolverine in the Contiguous United States. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2147-2158.
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McDaniel GW, McKelvey KS. 2007. A Cost-Effective System for measuring microscale habitat use of small mammals with high precision. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34(5).
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Ganey, J. L.; Vojta, S. C. 2007. Modeling snag dynamics in northern Arizona mixed-conifer and ponderosa pine forests.
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Compton, B., K. McGarigal, S.A. Cushman and L. Gamble. 2007. A resistant kernel model of connectivity for vernal pool breeding amphibians. Conservation Biology.
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Chambers, J. C., B.A. Roundy, R. R. Blank, S. E. Meyer and A. Whittaker. 2007. What makes Great Basin sagebrush ecosystems invasible by Bromus tectorum? Ecological Monographs 77-117-145.
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Russell, R.E., R.K. Swihart, and B.A. Craig. 2007. The Effects of Matrix Structure on Movement Decisions of Meadow Voles (Microtus Pennsylvanicus). Journal of Mammalogy, 88(3):573-579.
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Squires, J.R.,J.P. Copeland, T.J. Ulizio, M.K. Schwartz, and L.F. Ruggiero. 2007. Sources and Patterns of Wolverine Mortality in Western Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2213-2220.
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Squires, J.R., and L.F. Ruggiero. 2007. Winter prey selection of canada lynx in northwestern Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:310-315.
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Kolbe, J. A., J. R. Squires. 2007. Circadian activity patterns of Canada lynx in western Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1607-1611.
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Kolbe, J. A., and J. R. Squires. 2007. A longevity record for Canada lynx, Lynx canadensis, in western Montana. Western North American Naturalist. 71(5):1607-1611.
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Ruggiero, Leonard F. 2007. Scientific independence: a key to credibility. EcoReport 2007(1-4). Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, Colorado. 20pp.
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Salafsky, S. R., R. T. Reynolds, B. R. Noon, and J. A. Wiens. 2007. Reproductive responses of northern goshawks to variable prey populations. Journal Wildlife Management 71: 2274-2283.
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Roundy, B. A., S. Hardegree, J. C. Chambers and A. Whittaker. 2007. Germination potential of cheatgrass in relation to disturbance and elevation. Rangeland Ecology and Management 60:613-623.
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Fowler, J. F., N. L. Stanton, and R. L. Hartman. 2007. Distribution of hanging garden vegetation associations on the Colorado Plateau, USA. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 1(1): 585-607.
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Russell, R.E, V.A. Saab, and J. Dudley. 2007. Habitat suitability models for cavity-nesting birds in a postfire landscape. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71(8):2600-2611.
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Poff, B. 2007. Modeling southwestern ponderosa pine forest ecosystem management in a spatio-temporal multi-objective framework: Dissertation. Northern Arizona University: 150 p.

Kauffman, A.T., C.L. Stropki, P.F. Ffolliott, G.J. Gottfried and D.G. Neary. 2007. Hillslope erosion rates in the oak-savannas of the Southwestern borderlands region. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2008 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 37: 15-18.
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Sprinkle, J., M. Holder, C. Erickson, A. Medina, D. Robinett, G. Ruyle, J. Maynard, S. Tuttle, J. Hays, Jr., W. Meyer, S. Stratton, A. Rogstad, K. Eldrege, J. Harris, L. Howery, W. Sprinkle. 2007. Dutchwoman Butte revisited: Examining paradigms for livestock grazing exclusion. Society for Range Management 29 (6): 21-34.
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Carter, C.D., and J.C. Marks. 2007. Influences of travertine dam formation on leaf litter decomposition and algal accrual. Hydrobiologia 575: 329-341.
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Sonsthagen, S.A., R.L. Rodriguez, and C.M. White. 2006. Satellite telemetry of northern goshawks breeding in Utah � II. Annual habitats. Studies in Avian Biology 31:252-259.
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Michael K. Schwartz, Samuel A. Cushman, Kevin S. McKelvey, Jim Hayden, and Cory Engkjer. 2006. Detecting genotyping errors and describing American black bear movement in northern Idaho. Ursus 17(2):138-148.
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Squires, J.R, and P.L. Kennedy. 2006. Northern goshawk ecology: an assessment of current knowledge and information needs for conservation and management. Studies in Avian Biology 31:8-62.
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DeStefano, S., M.T. McGrath, S.K. Daw, and S.M. Desimone. 2006. Ecology and habitat of breeding northern goshawks in the inland Pacific Northwest: a summary of research in the 1990s. Studies in Avian Biology 31:75-84.
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Biek R, Akaime N, Schwartz MK, Ruth TK, Murphy KM, and Poss M. 2006. Female philopatry leads to stable genetic population structure in wide-ranging Yellowstone cougars (Felis concolor). Biology Letters 2: 312-315.

Tornberg, R., E. Korpimaki, and P. Byholm. 2006. Ecology of the northern goshawk in Fennoscandia. Studies in Avian Biology 31:141-157.
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Drennan, J. 2006. Northern goshawk food habits and goshawk prey species habitats. Studies in Avian Biology 31: 198-218.
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Boyce, D.A., R.T. Reynolds, and R.T. Graham. 2006. Goshawk status and management: what do we know, what have we done, where are we going? Studies in Avian Biology 31:312-325.
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Kristine L. Pilgrim, William J. Zielinski, Mary J. Mazurek, Fredrick V. Schlexer and Michael K. Schwartz 2006. Development and characterization of microsatellite markers in the Point Arena mountain beaver Aplodontia rufa nigra. Molecular Ecology Notes (2006).
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Kenward, R.E. 2006. Putting studies of North American goshawks in context. Studies in Avian Biology 31:1-4.
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Noon, B. R. and K. S. McKelvey. 2006. The Process of Indicator Selection. USDA Forest Service Proceedings RMRS-P-42CD :944-951.
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William J. Zielinski, Fredrick V. Schlexer, Kristine L. Pilgrim and Michael K. Schwartz 2006. The Efficacy of Wire and Glue Hair Snares in Identifying Mesocarnivores. The Wildlife Society Bulletin 34(4):1152-1161.
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Ray S. Vinkey, Michael K. Schwartz, Kevin S. Mckelvey, Kerry R. Foresman, Kristine L. Pilgrim, Brian J. Giddings, and Eric C. Loth. 2006. When Reintroductions are Augmentations: The Genetic Legacy of Fishers. (Martes Pennanti) in Montana. Journal of Mammalogy, 87(2):265-271.
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Underwood, J., C.M. White, and R.L. Rodriguez. 2006. Winter movement and habitat use of northern goshawks breeding in Utah. Studies in Avian Biology 31:228-238.
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Todd J. Ulizio, John R. Squires, Daniel H. Pletscher, Michael K. Schwartz, James J. Claar, and Leonard F. Ruggiero. 2006. The Efficacy of Obtaining Genetic-Based Identifications from Putative Wolverine Snow Tracks. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:1326-1334.
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Hargis, C.D., and B. Woodbridge. 2006. A design for monitoring northern goshawks at the bioregional scale. Studies in Avian Biology 31:274-287.
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Morrison, M.L. 2006. Toward a better understanding of the northern goshawk. Studies in Avian Biology 31:5-7.
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Gatto, A.E., T.G. Grubb, and C.L. Chambers. 2006. Red-tailed hawk dietary overlap with northern goshawks on the Kaibab Plateau, AZ. Journal of Raptor Research 39(4):439-444.
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Pearson, D. E. and R. M. Callaway. 2006. Biological control agents elevate hantavirus by subsidizing mice. Ecology Letters 9:442-449.
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Parmentier, K. 2006. A study of bald eagles within the Great Lakes region: contaminants trends and determining sex of nestlings. Clemson University. Thesis.

Shick, K. R., D. E. Pearson, and L. F. Ruggiero. 2006. Forest habitat associations of the golden-mantled ground squirrel: implications for fuels management. Norwest Science 80:133-139.
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McKelvey, Kevin S., von Kienast, Jeffrey, Aubry, Keith B., Koehler, Gary M.; Maletzke, Bejamin T., Squires, John R., Lindquist, Edward L., Loch, Steve, Schwartz, Michael K. 2006. DNA Analysis of Hair and Scat Collected Along Snow Tracks to Document the Presence of Canada Lynx. Wildlife Society Bulletin, Vol. 34(2): 451-455
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Sturdevant, N., S. Kegley, Y. K. Ortega, and D. E. Pearson. 2006. Evaluation of establishment of Cyphocleonus achates and its potential impact on spotted knapweed. USDA FS FHP General Technical Report 06-08:1-9.
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Linkhart, B. D., and R. T. Reynolds. 2006. Lifetime reproduction of flammulated owls in Colorado. Journal of Raptor Research 40:29-37.

Iniguez, J.M., J.L. Ganey, P.J. Dougherty, and J.D. Bailey. 2005. Using cluster analysis and a classification and regression tree model to identify cover types in the sky islands of southeastern Arizona. Pp.195-200 in: Gottfried, G.J.; B.S. Gebow, L.G. Eskew, and C.B. Edminster, compilers. Connecting mountain islands and desert seas: biodiversity and management of the Madrean Archipelago II. Proceedings RMRS-P-36. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Fort Collins, CO.
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Poff, B., Leao, D., Tecle, A., and D. G. Neary. 2005. Determining Watershed Boundaries and Area using GPS, DEMs and Traditional Methods: A Comparison. pp. 421-430 in Charles van RiperIII and David Mattson (eds.) The Colorado Plateau II: Biophysical, Socioeconomic, and Cultural Research. University of Arizona Press, Tempe, AZ.
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Wiens J. D. and R.T. Reynolds. 2005. Is Fledging Success a Reliable Index of Fitness in Northern Goshawks? J. Raptor Res. 39(3):210-221
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Linn, R.R., J. Winterkamp, J.J. Colman, C. Edminster, J.D. Bailey 2005. Modeling interactions between fire and atmosphere in discrete element fuel beds International Journal of Wildland Fire 14:37-48
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Lundquist, J.E. 2005. Patterns in diseased landscapes: A case study of a lodgepole pine forest infected by dwarf mistletoe. in: Lundquist, J.E., Hamelin, R.C, eds. Forest Pathology - From Genes to Landscapes. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN, USA. Pp. 145-153.

Lundquist, J.E. 2005. Landscape pathology - Forest pathology in the era of landscape ecology. pp. 155-165 in: Lundquist, J.E., Hamelin, R.C, eds. Forest Pathology - From Genes to Landscapes. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN, USA.

Neary, D. G., Ryan, K. C., and DeBano, L. F., eds. 2005. Wildland fire in ecosystems: effects of fire on soils and water. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-42-vol.4. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 250 p.
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Lundquist, J.E., Hamelin, R.C. 2005. Forest pathology in the era of integration and synergy. pp. 167-168 in: Lundquist, J.E., Hamelin, R.C, eds. Forest Pathology - From Genes to Landscapes. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN, USA.

Ganey, J. L. and W. M. Block. 2005. Dietary Overlap Between Sympatric Mexican Spotted and Great Horned Owls in Arizona. Research Paper RMRS-RP-57WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Departmemt of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 9 p.
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Salafsky, S. R., R. T. Reynolds, and B. R. Noon. 2005. Patterns of temporal variation in goshawk reproduction and prey resources. J. Raptor Res. 39(3):237-246
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Saab, V. A. and H.D.W. Powell. 2005. Fire and Avian Ecology in North America: Process influencing pattern. Studies in Avian Biology 30: 1-13.
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Bayard De Volo, S., R. T. Reynolds, J. R. Topinka, B. May, M. F. Antolin. 2005. Population Genetics and Genotyping for Mark-Recapture Studies of Northern Goshawks (Accipiter Gentilis) on the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona. J. Raptor Res. 39(3):286-295.
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Lundquist, J.E., Ward, J.P., Jr. 2005. Impacts of diseases and other disturbances on non-timber forest resources: A case study involving small mammals. pp. 105-112 in: Lundquist, J.E., Hamelin, R.C, eds. Forest Pathology: From Genes to Landscapes. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN, USA.
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Forest Ecosystem Restoration Analysis Project. 2005. ForestERA Mexican Spotted Owl Habitat Layer - Overview. Northern Arizona University.

Reynolds, R. T., J. D. Wiens, S. M. Joy, And S. R. Salafsky. 2005. Sampling Considerations for Demographic and Habitat Studies of Northern Goshawks. J. Raptor Res. 39(3):274-285.
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McDonald, G.I., Zambino, P.J., Klopfenstein, N.B. 2005. Naturalization of host-dependent microbes after introduction into terrestrial ecosystems: Evolutionary epidemiology of white pine blister rust. Pp. 41-57 in: Lundquist, J.E., and R.C. Hamelin, eds. Forest Pathology - From Molecules to Landscapes. St. Paul, MN: American Phytopathological Society Press. Chapter 5.

Vickery, P.D., B. Zuckerberg, A.L. Jones, W.G. Shriver, and A.P. Weik. 2005. Influence of fire and other anthropogenic practices on grassland and shrubland birds in New England. Studies in Avian Biology 30:139-146.
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Newlon, K. R. 2005. Demography of Lewis's Woodpecker, Breeding Bird Densities, and Riparian Aspen Integrity in a Grazed Landscape. M.S. Thesis. Montana State University, Bozeman. 101 p.
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Leao, D. and A. Tecle. 2005. A review of the hydrology of the Upper Rio de Flag watershed, Flagstaff, AZ. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2005 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 35: 7-20.

Neary, D.G., and P.F. Ffolliott. 2005. Silvopastoralism and watershed management in the southwestern United States. In: The 9th North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, June 12-15, 2005, St. Paul Minnesota. Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. 10 p.

Hudgins, J.W., McDonald, G.I., Zambino, P.J., Klopfenstein, N.B., Franceschi, V.R. 2005. Anatomical and cellular responses of Pinus monticola stem tissues to invasion by Cronartium ribicola J.C. Fisch. Forest Pathology. 35: 423-443.

Medina, A.L., J.N. Rinne, and R. Philip. 2005. Riparian restoration through grazing management: Considerations for monitoring project effectiveness. Chapter 5, In: Monitoring stream and watershed restoration. Philip Roni (ed.). American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland. 97-126.

Leao, D. 2005. Water yield and peak discharges resulting from forest disturbances in a northern Arizona watershed. Thesis. Northern Arizona University: 135 p.

Hart, S.C., A.T. Classen and R.J. Wright. 2005. Long-term interval burning alters fine root and mycorrhizal dynamics in a ponderosa pine forest. Journal of Applied Ecology 42: 752-761.
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Saab, V. A., and H. Powell (eds.). 2005. Fire and avian ecology in North America. Studies in Avian Biology No. 30.
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Garcia-Chevesich, P. 2005. Changes in soil conditions following the historical Rodeo-Chediski wildfire in Arizona. Thesis. The University of Arizona: 87 p.

Carter, C. 2005. Influences of travertine dam formation on leaf litter decomposition and algal accrual in Fossil Creek, Arizona: Thesis. Northern Arizona University: 54 p.

Poff, B., D. Leao, A. Tecle, and D.G. Neary 2005. Determining watershed boundaries and area using GPS, DEMS, and traditional methods: A comparison. In: van Riper, C., Mattson, D.J. eds. The Colorado Plateau II: Biophysical, Socioeconomic, and Cultural Research. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
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Poff, B. 2005. Introducing a new website for the USA Man and Biosphere Program (MAB). In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2005 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 35: 60-63.

Neary, D.G., B. Orr, W. Leeuwen, S.B. Aguilar, L. Wittenberg, Y. Carmel 2005. A multi-country assessment of vegetation dynamics, soil erosion, and watershed degredation after wildfires. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2005 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 35: 37-46.

Stropki, C.L., P.F. Ffolliott, L.F. Debano, and D.G. Neary. 2005. Water-repellant soils on the Stermer Ridge watershed after the Rodeo-Chediski Wildfire: A preliminary assessment. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2005 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 35: 47-50.

Neary, D.G., P.F. Ffolliott, and L.F. Debano. 2005. Hydrology, ecology, and management of riparian areas in the Madrean Archipelago. In: Connecting mountain islands and desert seas: biodiversity and management of the Madrean Archipelago II. 2004 May 11-15 Tucson, AZ. Proceedings RMRS-P-36. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 316-319.
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Block, W. M., J. L. Ganey, P. E. Scott, R. King. 2005. Prey Ecology of Mexican Spotted Owls in Pine-Oak Forests of Northern Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management. 69(2):618-629.
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Converse, S.J. 2005. Small mammal responses to forest restoration and fuels reduction. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. 231 p. Dissertation.
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Ganey, J. L., W. M. Block, J. P. Ward, Jr., and B. E. Strohmeyer. 2005. Home Range, Habitat Use, Survival, and Fecundity of Mexican Spotted Owls in the Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 50(3):323-333.
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Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B., Hamelin, R.C. 2005. Application of molecular genetic tools to studies of forest pathosystems. Pp. 9-20 in: Lundquist, J.E., and R.C. Hamelin, eds. Forest Pathology - From Molecules to Landscapes. St. Paul, MN: American Phytopathological Society Press. St. Paul, MN. Chapter 2.

Benavides Solorio, J.D., J.G. Flores Garnica, M. Baker, Jr., A. Medina, E. Talavera Zuniga. 2005. Producción de agua en la cuenca forestal el carrizal, Tapalpa, Jalisco, un análisis para los servicios ambientales (Capítulo V). In: Benavides Solorio, J.D. et al. (eds). 2005. Contribución al Estudio de los Servicios Ambientales, Num. 1: 93-111.

Ganey, J. L. and S. C. Vojta 2005. Changes in Snag Populations in Northern Arizona Mixed-Conifer and Ponderosa Pine Forests, 1997-2002. Forest Science 51(5):396-405.
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Dudley, J. G. 2005. Home range size and foraging habitat of Black-backed Woodpeckers. M.S. thesis. Boise State University, Idaho. 76 p.
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Wolfson, B.A.S., T.E. Kolb, C.H. Sieg, K.M. Clancy 2005. Effects of post-fire conditions on germination and seedling success of diffuse knapweed in northern Arizona Forest Ecology and Management 216:342-358
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Saab, V. A., N.B. Kotliar, and W. M. Block. 2005. Relationships of fire ecology and avian communities in North America. pages 1083-1085 in Proceedings of the Third International Partners in Flight Conference, March 20-24, 2002. Ralph, C.J., Rich, T., and Long, L. (editors). USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191.
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Medina, A.L., G.L. Mora, A.C. Sosa, and B.L. Suaste. 2005. Manual para la estabilización de ríos y arroyos. Publisher by Salvemos al Rio Laja, A.C., San Miguel Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico, with technical assistance from USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, AZ. 59p.

Saab, V. A., H.D.W. Powell, N.B. Kotliar, and K.R. Newlon. 2005. Variation in fire regimes of the Rocky Mountains: implications for avian communities and fire management. Studies in Avian Biology 30: 76-96.
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Ganey, J. L. and W. M. Block. 2005. Winter Movements and Range Use of Radio-marked Mexican Spotted Owls: An Evaluation of Current Management Recommendations. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-148-WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 9 p.
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Carter, C. and J. Rinne. 2005. Short-term effects of the Picture Fire on fishes and aquatic habitat. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2005 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 35: 21-36.

Desta, A. and A. Tecle. 2005. Restoration capability of the former Beaver Creek watershed. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2005 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 35: 1-6.

Ffolliott, P.F., C.L. Stropki, G.J. Gottfried, and D.G. Neary. 2005. Initial estimate of soil erosion on the Cascabel Watersheds in the oak savannas of the Malpai Borderlands Region. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Proceedings of the 2005 Meetings: Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 35: 51-52.

Jenness, J., and J.J. Wynne. 2005. Cohen's Kappa and classification table metrics 2.0: an ArcView 3x extension for accuracy assessment of spatially-explicit models. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 2005-1363. U.S. Geological Survey, Southwest Biological Science Center, Flagstaff, AZ.
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Rich, T.D., M.J. Wisdom, and V. A. Saab. 2005. Conservation of priority birds in sagebrush ecosystems. pages 589 - 606 in Proceedings of the Third International Partners in Flight Conference, March 20-24, 2002, Asilomar Conference Grounds, California. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191.
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Wilson, L.M., S.E. Sing, G.L. Piper, R.W. Hansen, R. DeClerck-Floate, D.K. MacKinnon and C.B. Randall. 2005. Biology and Biological Control of Dalmatian and Yellow Toadflax. www.invasive.org/weeds/ToadflaxBook.pdf USDA Forest Service, Forest Health Enterprise Technology Team, Morgantown, VA. FHTET-2005-13. 116 pp. (manual)
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Stubblefield (Holte), C.H., Lundquist, J.E., van der Kamp, B. 2005. Forest disease impacts of wildlife: Beneficial? pp. 95-103 in: Lundquist, J.E., Hamelin, R.C, eds. Forest Pathology : From Genes to Landscapes. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN, USA.

Reinking, D.L. 2005. Fire regimes and avian responses in the central tallgrass prairie. Studies in Avian Biology 30:116-126.
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Michael K. Schwartz L. Scott Mills. 2005. Gene flow after inbreeding leads to higher survival in deer mice. Biological Conservation 123 413-420.
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Squires, J. R. and R. Oakleaf. 2005. Movements of a male Canada lynx crossing the Greater Yellowstone Area, including highways. Northwest Science 79:196-201.
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S. S. Loew, D. F. Williams, K. Ralls, K. Pilgrim and R. C. Fleischer. 2005. Population structure and genetic variation in the endangered Giant Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys ingens). Conservation Genetics 6(4) 485-654.
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Schwartz MK. 2005. Guidelines on the use of molecular genetics in reintroduction programs. European Union LIFE Nature Program, Caraminico, Italy
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Holthausen, R. Czaplewski RL, DeLorenzo D, Hayward G, Kessler WB, Manley P, McKelvey KS, Powell DS, Ruggiero LF, Schwartz MK, Van Horne B, and Vojta CD. 2005. Strategies for Monitoring Terrestrial Animals and Habitats. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-161. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 34p.
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McKelvey KS and Schwartz MK. 2005. DROPOUT: a program to identify problem loci and samples for noninvasive genetic sampling in a capture-mark-recapture framework. Molecular Ecology Notes 5: 716-718.
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Peterson, R.K.D., S.E. Sing, and D.K. Weaver. 2005. Differential physiological responses of Dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica (L.) Miller, to injury from two insect biological control agents: implications for decision-making in biological control. Environmental Entomology 34: 899-904.
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Michael K. Schwartz, Katherine Ralls, Dan F. Williams, Brian L. Cypher, Kristine L. Pilgrim and Robert C. Fleischer. 2005. Gene flow among San Joaquin kit fox populations in a severely changed ecosystem. Conservation Genetics 6: 25-37.
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Sing, S.E., R.K.D. Peterson, D.K. Weaver, R.W. Hansen, and G.P. Markin. 2005. A retrospective analysis of known and potential risks associated with exotic toadflax-feeding insects. Biological Control 35: 276-287.
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Bock, C.E., and W. M. Block. 2005. Response of birds to fire in the American Southwest. Pp. 1093-1099 in C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (editors). Bird conservation implementation and integration in the Americas: proceedings of the third international Partners in Flight Conference. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, General Technical Report PSW-GTR-191, Albany, CA.
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Bowerman, W. W., Grubb, T. G., Bath, A. J., Giesy, J. P., Weseloh, D.V. Chip. 2005. A survey of potential bald eagle nesting habitat along the Great Lakes shoreline. Res. Pap. RMRS-RP-56WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 6 p.
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Mills, L. S., P. C. Griffin, K. E. Hodges, K. Mckelvey, L. Ruggiero, T. Ulizio. 2005. Pellet count indices compared to mark-recapture estimates for evaluating snowshoe hare density. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:1053-1062.
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Reynolds, R.T., J.D. Wiens, S.M. Joy, and S.R. Salafsky. 2005. Sampling considerations for demographic and habitat studies of northern goshawks. Journal Raptor Research 39:274-285.
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DeCesare, N. J., J. R. Squires, and J. A. Kolbe. 2005. Effect of forest canopy on GPS-based movement data. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:935-941.
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Pearson, D. E., and R. M. Callaway. 2005. Indirect nontarget effects of host-specific biological control agents: implications for biological control. Biological Control 35:288-298.
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Ortega, Y. K., and D. E. Pearson. 2005. Weak vs. Strong Invaders of Natural Plant Communities: Assessing Invasibility and Impact. Ecological Applications 15:651-661.
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Pearson, D. E. 2005. Biological control is more than just natural enemies. Review of Natural Enemies: an Introduction to Biological Control. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20: 10-11.
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McGarigal, K. and S.A. Cushman. 2005. The gradient concept of landscape structure. Pgs. 112-119. in J.Wiens and M. Moss eds., Issues and Perspectives in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Cushman, S.A., M. Chase, and C. Griffin. 2005. Elephants in space and time. Oikos 109: 331-341.
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Peterson, R.K.D., S.E. Sing, and D.K. Weaver. 2005. Differential physiological responses of Dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica (L.) Miller, to injury from two insect biological control agents: implications for decision-making in biological control. Environmental Entomology 34: 899-904.
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Huff, MH., N.E. Seavy, J.D. Alexander, and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Fire and birds in maritime Pacific Northwest. Studies in Avian Biology 30:46-62.
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Jentsch, S.A. 2005. Associations among breeding birds and characteristics of gambel oak in ponderosa pine forests. University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. 59 p. Thesis.
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Engstrom, R.T., P.D. Vickery, D.W. Perkins, and W.G. Shriver. 2005. Effects of fire regime on birds in southeastern pine savannas and native prairies. Studies in Avian Biology 30:147-160.
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Ganey, J.L., and S.C. Vojta. 2005. Changes in snag populations in northern Arizona mixed-conifer and ponderosa pine forests, 1997-2002. Forest Science 51:396-405.
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Artman, V.L., T.F. Hutchinson, and J.D. Brawn. 2005. Fire ecology and bird populations in eastern deciduous forests. Studies in Avian Biology 30:127-138.
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K. L. Pilgrim, K . S. McKelvey, A . E. Riddle And M. K. Schwartz. 2005. Felid sex identification based on noninvasive genetic samples. Molecular Ecology Notes. 5, 60-61.
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Rippy, R.C., Stewart, J.E., Zambino, P.J., Tirocke, J., Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B., Thies, W.G. 2005. Root diseases in coniferous forests of the inland West: potential implications of fuels treatments. General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-141. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 32 p.
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Reich, R.M., Lundquist, J.E. 2005. Use of spatial statistics in assessing forest diseases. pp. 127- 143 in: Lundquist, J.E., Hamelin, R.C, eds. Forest Pathology - From Genes to Landscapes. American Phytopathological Society Press, St. Paul, MN, USA.

Bock, C.E., and W. M. Block. 2005. Fire and birds in the southwestern United States. Studies in Avian Biology 30:14-32.
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Richardson, B.A., Klopfenstein, N.B., Peever, T.L. 2005. Assessing forest-pathogen interactions at the population level. pp. 21- 30 in: Lundquist, J.E., and R.C. Hamelin, eds. Forest Pathology - From Molecules to Landscapes. St. Paul, MN: American Phytopathological Society Press. Chapter 3.

Knick, S.T., A.L. Holmes, and R.F. Miller. 2005. The role of fire in structuring sagebrush habitats and bird communities. Studies in Avian Biology 30:63-75.
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Purcell, K.L., and S.L. Stephens. 2005. Changing fire regimes and the avifauna of California oak woodlands. Studies in Avian Biology 30:33-45.
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Grubb, T. G. 2005. Case study - evolving research into effects of recreational activity on wildlife. Pp. 31-32 in Proceedings: the challenge of providing recreation opportunities while protecting ecosystems. Joint USDA Forest Service Southwestern Region/Urban National For Pp. 31-32 in Proceedings: the challenge of providing recreation opportunities while protecting ecosystems. Joint USDA Forest Service Southwestern Region/Urban National Forest Coalition Workshop. Tempe, AZ.
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Hannon, S.J., and P. Drapeau. 2005. Bird responses to burning and logging in the boreal forest of Canada. Studies in Avian Biology 30:97-115.
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Poff, Boris, Duncan Leao, Aregai Tecle and Daniel G. Neary 2005. Determining Watershed Boundaries and Area using GPS, DEMs and Traditional Methods: A Comparison pp. 421-430 in Charles van Riper III and David Mattson (eds.) The Colorado Plateau II: Biophysical, Socioeconomic, and Cultural Research. University of Arizona Press, Tempe, AZ.

Debano, L., P.F. Ffolliott, and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2004. Fifty years of watershed management in the Southwest: Some lessons learned. Chapter 6, In: A century of forest and wildland watershed lessons. Ice, George G. and John D. Stednick, eds. 2004. The Society of American Foresters: Bethesda, MD: 155-168.

Calamusso, B., and J.N. Rinne. 2004. Distribution and abundance of Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout (Oncorhynchus clarki virginalis), relative to an introduced salmonid in northern New Mexico. Forest Land- Fish Conference II: Ecosystem Stewardship through Collaboration April 26-28, 2004. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: 31-37.

Cushman, S.A. and K. McGarigal. 2004. Patterns in the species-environment relationship depend on both scale and choice of response variables. Oikos 105: 117-124.
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Kolbe, J. A., and J.R. Squires. 2004. Long distance movement by a coyote within the Rocky Mountains. Northwest Science 78(4):344-345.
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Ortega Y. K., D. E. Pearson, and K. S. McKelvey. 2004. Effects of biological control agents and exotic plant invasion on deer mouse populations. Ecological Applications 14: 241-253.
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Lundquist, J.E., and J.P. Ward, Jr. 2004. Impact of diseases and other disturbances on non-timber forest resources: a case study involving small mammals. Pp. 105-112 in J.E. Lundquist and R.C. Hamelin (editors). From Molecules to Ecosystems - forest pathology in the era of genes and landscapes. APS Press, St. Paul, MN.
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Ganey, J. L. 2004. Thermal Regimes of Mexican Spotted Owl Nest Stands. The Southwestern Naturalist 49(4):478-486.
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Reich, R.M., S.M. Joy, and R.T. Reynolds. 2004. Predicting the location of goshawk nests: modeling the spatial dependency between nest locations and forest structure. Ecological Modelling 176:109-133.
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May, C.A., M.L. Petersburg, and R.J. Gutiérrez. 2004. Mexican spotted owl nest- and roost-site habitat in northern Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management 68:1054-1064.
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Squires JR, McKelvey KS, Ruggiero LF. 2004. A snow-tracking protocol used to delineate local lynx, Lynx canadensis, distributions. Canadian Field-Naturalist 118: 583-589.
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Abele, S. C., V. A. Saab, and E.O. Garton. 2004. Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis): A technical conservation assessment. [Online]. USDA, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region. Available:
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Wienk, C. L., C. H. Sieg, and G. R. McPherson. 2004. Evaluating the role of cutting treatments, fire, and soil seed banks in an experimental framework in ponderosa pine forests of the Black Hills, South Dakota. Forest Ecology and Management 192: 373-393.
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Pearson, D. E. and R. M. Callaway. 2004. Response to Thomas et al.: biocontrol and indirect effects. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19:62-63.
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McKelvey, K. S. and M. K. Schwartz. 2004. Genetic Errors Associated with Population Estimation Using Non-Invasive Molecular Tagging: Problems and New Solutions. J. Wildl. Manage. 68(3):439-448.
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Hoff, J.A., Klopfenstein, N.B., McDonald, G.I., Tonn, J.R., Kim, M.-S., Zambino, P.J., Hessburg, P.F., Rogers, J.D., Peever, T.L., Carris, L.M. 2004. Fungal endophytes in woody roots of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) and ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa). Forest Pathology 34: 255-271.
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Hoff, J.A., Klopfenstein, N.B., Tonn, J.R., McDonald, G.I., Zambino, P.J., Rogers, J.D., Peever, T.L., Carris, L.M. 2004. Roles of woody root-associated fungi in forest ecosystem processes: Recent advances in fungal identification. Res. Pap. RMRS-RP-47. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 6 p.
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Grand, J., Buonaccorsi, S.A. Cushman, M. Mello, and C.R. Griffin. 2004. A Multiscale Landscape Approach to Predicting Bird and Moth Rarity Hotspots in a Threatened Pitch Pine-Scrub Oak Community. Conservation Biology 18 (4), 1063-1077.
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Neel, M.C., S.A. Cushman, and K. McGarigal. 2004. Behavior of class-level landscape metrics across gradients of class aggregation and area. Landscape Ecology. 19:435-455.
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Kearns, H.S.J., Jacobi, W.R., Sullivan, K., Geils, B.W. 2004. Is the alternate host for white pine blister rust present in Colorado? In: Geils, B.W. (comp.). Proceedings of the 51st Western International Forest Disease Work Conference: 2003 August 18-22: Grants Pass, OR. Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 71-72.

Steed, B.E., and M.R. Wagner. 2004. Importance of log size on host selection and reproductive success on Ips pini (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in ponderosa pine slash of northern Arizona and western Montana. Forest Entomology 97(2): 436-450.

Rinne, J.N. 2004. Managing Southwestern native and nonnative fishes: Can we mix oil and water and expect a favorable solution? American Fisheries Society Symposium 44: 445-466.

Seymour, G.B. 2004. Impact of slash pile burning on soil and plant community in a ponderosa pine forest. Thesis: Northern Arizona University:104 p.

Seymour, G.B., and A. Tecle. 2004. Impact of slash pile size and burning on ponderosa pine forest soil physical characteristics. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 37(2): 74-82.
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Ward, D.L., and K.D. Hilwig. 2004. Effects of holding environment and exercise conditioning on swimming performance of Southwestern native fishes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24: 1083-1087.

Bayard de Volo, S. 2004. Using molted feathers as a source of DNA in mark/recapture and population genetic studies. Wingspan 13:5.

La Sorte, F. A., R.W. Mannan, R. T. Reynolds, and T. G. Grubb. 2004. Habitat associations of sympatric red-tailed hawks and northern goshawks on the Kaibab Plateau. Journal Wildlife Management 68:207-318.
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Long, J. W., Burnette, B. M., Medina, A. L. and J. L. Parker. 2004. Restoration of Soldier Spring: an isolated habitat for native Apache trout. In Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the Sociey for Ecological Restoration (CD-ROM), august 24-26, 2004, Victoria, British Columbia.
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Long, J. W., Burnette, B. M., and A. L. Medina. 2004. Restoring wetlands after the Rodeo-Chediski Wildfire. In Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration (CD-ROM, August 24-26, 2004, Victoria, British Columbia.
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Medina, A. L., and J. W. Long. 2004. Placing riffle formations to restore stream functions in a wet meadow. June 2004.Ecological Restoration 22:120-125. Please note that the article is under © copyright by 2004 by the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin.
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Poff, B., and A. Tecle. 2004. Multi-objective analysis of the proposed rerouting of the Rio de Flag in Flagstaff, AZ. In: Charles van Riper III and Kenneth L. Cole (eds.) The Colorado Plateau: Cultural, Biological and Physical Research. University of Arizona Press. Tucson, AZ. pp. 245-256.
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Poff, B., Assefa, D. S., and A. Tecle. 2004. Spatial evaluation of precipitation in two large watersheds in North-Central Arizona. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Vol. 34.
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Paul L. Leberg, Michael R. Carloss, Larry J. Dugas, Kristine L. Pilgrim, L. Scott Mills, M. Clay Green, and Daniel Scognamillo. 2004. Recent Record of a Cougar (Puma concolor) in Louisiana, with Notes on Diet, Based on Analysis of Fecal Materials. Southeastern Naturalist 3(4):653-658.
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Abele, S. C., V. A. Saab, and O. Garton. 2004. Lewis's woodpecker: species assessment for the Rocky Mountain Region. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region, Lakewood, CO.
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Reich, R.M., S.M. Joy, and R. T. Reynolds. 2004. Predicting the location of northern goshawk nests: modeling the spatial dependency between nest locations and forest structure. Ecological Modelling 176: 109-133.
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Miller, M.S., and R. E. Russell. 2004. Sharp edges, matrix permeability, and individual behavior: considerations for improving estimates of landscape connectivity. In: R.K. Swihart and J. E. Moore (editors). Conserving biodiversity in agricultural landscapes: model-based planning tools for systems with sharp edges. Purdue University Press.
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Moore, J.E., and R. E. Russell. 2004. Considerations for measuring behavioral responses to habitat edges and dispersal ability through fragmented landscapes. In: R.K. Swihart and J. E. Moore (editors). Conserving biodiversity in agricultural landscapes: model-based planning tools for systems with sharp edges. Purdue University Press.
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Russell, R. E. , J.E. Moore, M.S. Miller, T.M. Sutton, and S.M. Knapp. 2004. Selecting surrogate species for ecological assessments in land-use planning: a case study in the Upper Wabash river basin. In: R.K. Swihart and J. E. Moore (editors). Conserving biodiversity in agricultural landscapes: model-based planning tools for systems with sharp edges. Purdue University Press.
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Salafsky, S. R. 2004. Covariation between prey abundance and northern goshawk fecundity on the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. Thesis.
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Wiens, J. D. 2004. Post-fledging Survival and Natal Dispersal of Northern Goshawks in Arizona. M.S. Thesis, Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO.
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McKelvey KS and Schwartz MK. 2004. Providing reliable and accurate genetic capture-mark-recapture estimates in a cost-effective way. Journal of Wildlife Management 68(3): 453-456.
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Saab, V. A., J. G. Dudley, and W. L. Thompson. 2004. Factors influencing occupancy of nest cavities in recently burned forests. Condor 106:20-36.
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Inman RM, Wigglesworth RR, Inman KH, Schwartz MK, Brock BL, and Rieck JD. 2004. Wolverine makes extensive movements in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem. Northwest Science 78: 261-266.
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Pearson, K. M., K. A. Covert and L.A. Compton. 2004. Dispersal of Piñon Pine (Pinus edulis) Seeds: effects of substrate type. Eds. C.Van riper III and K. L. Cole in The Colorado Plateau: Cultural, Biological, and Physical Research. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ. Pp 95-101.
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Delaney, D. K., and T. G. Grubb. 2004. Sound recordings of road maintenance equipment on the Lincoln National Forest, NM. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Research Paper RMRS-RP-49.
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Neil J. Gemmell, Michael K. Schwartz, and Bruce C. Robertson. 2004. Moa were many. Proc Biol Sci. 2004 Dec 7;271 Suppl 6:S430-2.
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Long, J. W., Burnette, B. M. and A. L. Medina 2004. Effects of wildfires on riparian restoration sites. In Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration (CD-ROM), August 24-26, 2004, Victoria, British Columbia.
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Dickson, B.G., W. M. Block, and T.D. Sisk. 2004. Conceptual framework for studying the effects of fuels treatments on avian communities in ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona. Pp. 193-200 in C. van Riper III and K.L. Cole (editors). The Colorado Plateau: cultural, biological and physical research. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ.
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Michael K. Schwartz, Kristine L. Pilgrim, Kevin S. McKelvey, Edward L. Lindquist, James J. Claar, Steve Loch and Leonard F. Ruggiero. 2004. Hybridization between Canada lynx and bobcats: Genetic results and management implications. Conservation Genetics 5: 349-355.
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Converse, S.J., B.G. Dickson, G.C. White, and W. M. Block. 2004. Estimating small mammal abundance on fuel treatment units in southwestern ponderosa pine forests. Pp. 113-120 in C. van Riper III and K.L. Cole (editors). The Colorado Plateau: cultural, biological and physical research. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ.
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Jenness, J. S. 2004. Calculating landscape surface area from digital elevation models. Wildlife Society Bulletin 2004, 32(3):829-839.
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Ganey, J. L., and S. C. Voita. 2004. Characteristics of snags containing excavated cavities in northern Arizona mixed-conifer and ponderosa pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 199 (2004) 323-332.
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Reynolds, R. T., G. C. White, S. M. Joy, R. W. Mannan. 2004. Effects of Radiotransmitters on Northern Goshawks: Do Tailmounts Lower Survival Of Breeding Males? Journal Of Wildlife Management 68(1):25-32.
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Ellis, D.H., C.H. Ellis, B.A. Sabo, A.M. Rea, J. Dawson, J.K. Fackler, C.T. Larue, T. G. Grubb, J. Schmitt, D.G. Smith, and M. Kery. 2004. Summer diet of the peregrine falcon in faunistically rich and poor zones of Arizona analyzed with capture-recapture modeling. The Condor 106:873-886.
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Ganey, J. L., G.C. White, D.C. Bowden, and A.B. Franklin. 2004. Evaluating methods for monitoring populations of Mexican spotted owls: a case study. Pp. 337-385 in W. L. Thompson (editor). Sampling rare and elusive species: concepts, designs, and techniques for estimating population parameters. Island Press. Washington, DC.
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Fowler, J. F. and C. H. Sieg. 2004. Post-fire mortality of ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir: A review of methods to predict tree death. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-GTR-132. Fort Collins, CO.
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Jenness, J. S., P. Beier, and J. L. Ganey. 2004. Associations between Forest Fire and Mexican Spotted Owls. Forest Science, Volume 50, No. 6.
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Ice, G.G., D.G. Neary and P.W. Adams. 2004. Effects of wildfire on soils and watershed processes. Journal of Forestry. September 2004: 16-20.

Geils, B.W., comp. 2004. Proceedings of the 51st Western International Forest Disease Work Conference, 2003 August 18-22, Grants Pass. OR. Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 184 p.

Rinne, J.N. 2004. Forest, fish and fire: Relationships and management implications for fishes in the southwestern USA. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings of the 2003 Meeting of the Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Vol. 33: 80-83.

Rinne, J.N. 2004. Flows, fishes, foreigners and fires: Relative impacts on southwestern native fishes. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings of the 2003 Meeting of the Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Vol. 33: 80-83.

Neary, D.G., W.H. Moir, and B.G. Phillips. 2004. Harvesting-related soil disturbance: Implications for biodiversity and invasive weeds. In: Invasions of alien species in holarctic. Proceedings of U.S.-Russia Invasive Species Workshop, 27-31 August 2001, Borok, Russia. 364-371.

Woo, K.-S., Fins, L., McDonald, G.I. 2004. Genetic and environmentally related variation in needle morphology of blister rust resistant and nonresistant Pinus monticola. in: Sniezko, R.A., S. Samman, S.E. Schlarbaum, H.B Kriebel, eds. Breeding and genetic resources of five-needled pines: Growth, adaptablility, and pest resistance. Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain Research Station. Fort Collins, CO: US Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. pp. 148-153.
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Poff, B., D. Leao, A. Tecle, and D.G. Neary. 2004. Recording watershed boundaries and calculating watershed area using GPS, DEMS, and traditional methods: A comparison. Geographic Information Systems and Water Resources III AWRA Spring Specialty Conference. Nashville, Tennesee. AWRA 2004. 8 p.

Rinne, J.N. 2004. Forest and Fishes: Effects of flows and foreigners on southwestern native fishes. Forest Land- Fish Conference II: Ecosystem Stewardship through Collaboration April 26-28, 2004. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: 119-124.

Geils, B.W. 2004. How blister rust spreads. Nutcracker Notes 6: 7,12.
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Neary, D.G. 2004. An overview of fire effects on soils. Southwest Hydrology. September/October 2004. Vol. 3, 5: 18-19.
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McDonald, G., Zambino, P., Sniezko, R. 2004. Breeding rust-resistant five-needle pines in the western United States: lessons from the past and a look to the future. in: Sniezko, R.A., S. Samman, S.E. Schlarbaum, H.B Kriebel, eds. Breeding and genetic resources of five-needled pines: Growth, adaptablility, and pest resistance. Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain Research Station. Fort Collins, CO: US Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. pp. 259.
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Woo, K.-S., McDonald, G.I., Fins, L. 2004. Influence of seedling physiology on expression of blister rust resistance in needles of western white pine. in: Sniezko, R.A., S. Samman, S.E. Schlarbaum, H.B Kriebel, eds. Breeding and genetic resources of five-needled pines: Growth, adaptablility, and pest resistance. Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain Research Station. Fort Collins, CO: US Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. pp. 250-254.
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Frank, K.L., Kalkstein, L.S., Geils, B.W., Thistle, H., Van Arsdel, E.P. 2004. Could white pine blister rust spread by atmospheric transport from California to New Mexico? In: Geils, B.W., (comp.). 2004. Proceedings of the 51st Western International Forest Disease Work Conference: 2003 August 18-22: Grants Pass, OR. Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 63-65.

Heding, N., S. Skov, and D.G. Neary. 2004. Skovbrand eller skovbraensel? Et amerikansk dilemma. Skoven January 2004. 32-35.

Cushman, S.A. and K. McGarigal. 2004. Hierarchical analysis of forest bird species-environment relationships in the Oregon Coast Range. Ecological Applications. 14(4): 1090-1105.
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Mmbaga, M.T., Klopfenstein, N.B., Kim, M.-S., Mmbaga, N.C. 2004. PCR-based identification of Erysiphe pulchra and Phyllactinia guttata from Cornus florida using ITS-specific primers. Forest Pathology 34: 321-328.
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Van Arsdel, E.P., Geils, B.W. 2004. The Ribes of Colorado and New Mexico and their rust fungi. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team. FHTET-04-13. Fort Collins, CO. 32 p.
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Schoettle, A.W. 2004. Developing proactive management options to sustain bristlecone and limber pine ecosystems in the presence of a non-native pathogen. In: Shepperd W.D., Eskew, L.G., compilers. Silviculture in special places: Proceedings of the National Silviculture Workshop, 2003 September 8-11, Granby, CO. Proceedings RMRS-P-34. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Pp 46-155.
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Schoettle, A.W. 2004. Ecological roles of five-needle pines in Colorado: Potential consequences of their loss. In: Sniezko RA, Samman S, Schlarbaum SE, Kriebel HB (eds) Breeding and genetic resources of five-needle pines: growth, adaptability, and pest resistance. Proc RMRS-P-32, USDA For Serv Rocky Mountain Res Sta, Ft. Collins, CO, pp 124-135.
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Dunham, J., D. S. Pilliod, and M. K. Young. 2004. Nonnative trout in headwater systems: the costs of a recreational resource. Fisheries 29(6):18-26.
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Moore, M.M., D.W. Huffman, P.Z. Fulé, W.W. Covington,and J.E. Crouse. 2004. Comparison of historical and contemporary forest structure and composition on permanent plots in southwestern pine forests. Forest Science, Vol. 50, No. 2: 162-176.

Neary, D.G., W.H. Moir, and B.G. Phillips. 2004. Narusheniya pochvi svyazannie s vyrubkoy lesa: Svyaz s bioraznoobraziem I invaziynimi sornimi rastenyami. Materiyali rossiyskovo-amerikanskovo sympoziurna po invaziynim vidam, Borok Yaroslavskoy oblasti, Rossiya: 88-97. Originally in Cyrillic.

Young, M. K., B. K. Micek, and M. Rathbun. 2003. Probable pheromonal attraction of sexually mature brook trout to mature male conspecifics. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23: 276-282.
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Baker Jr., M.B. and Ffolliott, P.F. 2003. Role of Snow Hydrology in Watershed Management. The Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 35: 42-47.
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Baker Jr., M.B., B. Orr, Y. Yang, Y. Yamaguchi, B. Hutchison, M. Haseltine and C. Casler 2003. Web Access to Watershed Management Information: http://ag.arizona.edu/OALS/watershed/. International Arid Lands Consortium: Tucson, AZ: 175-178.

Baker Jr., M.B., P.F. Folliott, L.F. Leonard, D.G. Neary. eds. 2003. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management. Lewis Publishers: New York.

Brown, T.C. 2003. Chapter 14: Water availability and recreational opportunities. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Robichaud, P, L. Macdonald, J. Freeouf, D.G. Neary, D. Martin, and L. Ashmun. 2003. Post rehabilitation of the Hayman Fire. In Hayman Fire case study, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-114: 293-313.
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Sieg, C. H., R. M. King and F. Van Dyke. 2003. Exercise 12. Creating a stage-based deterministic PVA model - the western prairie fringed orchid. Pages 91-99 In F. Van Dyke and contributors. A workbook of practical exercises in conservation biology. McGraw Hill, New York.
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Phillips, P and A. Tecle. 2003. Variations in riparian vegetation characteristics along Wet Beaver and Beaver Creeks of north-central Arizona. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings of the 2003 Meeting of the Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Vol. 33: 23-30.

Poff, B. and A. Tecle. 2003. Soil water impacts from forest treatment to prevent catastrophic wildfires in a ponderosa pine forest ecosystem. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings of the 2003 Meeting of the Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Vol. 33: 66-71.

Hornbeck, J. H., C. H. Sieg, and D. J. Reyher. 2003. Conservation assessment for autumn willow in the Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota and Wyoming. USDA Forest Service, Black Hills National Forest, Custer, SD.
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Hornbeck, J. H., C. H. Sieg, and D. J. Reyher. 2003. Conservation assessment for bloodroot in the Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota and Wyoming. USDA Forest Service, Black Hills National Forest, Custer, SD.
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Hornbeck, J. H., C. H. Sieg, and D. J. Reyher. 2003. Conservation assessment for great-spurred violet in the Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota and Wyoming. USDA Forest Service, Black Hills National Forest, Custer, SD.
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Hornbeck, J. H., C. H. Sieg, and D. J. Reyher. 2003. Conservation assessment for groundcedar and stiff clubmoss in the Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota and Wyoming. USDA Forest Service, Black Hills National Forest, Custer, SD.
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Kirby, D., R. G. Lym, J. J. Sterling, and C. H. Sieg. 2003. Observation: Leafy spurge control in western prairie fringed orchid habitat. Journal of Range Management 56: 466-473.
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Sieg, C. H., R. M. King, and F. Van Dyke. 2003. Overviews and assignment answers for exercises 12, 13, 14, and 15. Pages 171 -177 In F. Van Dyke and contributors. A workbook of practical exercises in conservation biology. McGraw Hill, New York.
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Grand, J. and S.A. Cushman. 2003. Multiple-scale analysis of bird-habitat relationships: breeding birds in a pitch pine-scrub oak (Pinus rigida-Quercus ilicifolia) community. Biological Conservation. 12(3):307-317.

Sieg, C. H., R. M. King, and F. Van Dyke. 2003. Exercise 14. Using stochastic models to incorporate spatial and temporal variability. Pages 109-113 In F. Van Dyke and contributors. A workbook of practical exercises in conservation biology. McGraw Hill, New York.
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Farnsworth, A., P. Summerfelt, D.G. Neary and T. Smith. 2003. Flagstaff's Wildfire Fuels Treatments: Prescriptions for Community Involvement and a Source of Bioenergy. Biomass and Bioenergy 24: 269-276.
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Clary, W.P. and W.H. Kruse, 2003. Chapter 11: Wildlife population and habitat management practices. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Sieg, C. H., B. Philips, and L. Moser. 2003. Exotic Invasive Plants. Pages 251-267 In Frederici, P., ed. Restoration Handbook for Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
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Gottfried, G.J. and D.G. Neary. 2003. Preliminary assessment of sediment measurements at the weir basins at Workman Creek, central Arizona. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings of the 2003 Meeting of the Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Vol. 33: 103-111.

Cushman, S.A. and K. McGarigal. 2003. Landscape-level patterns of avian diversity in the Oregon Coast Range. Ecological Monographs 73(2):259-281.
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Hornbeck, J. H., C. H. Sieg, and D. J. Reyher. 2003. Conservation assessment for southern maidenhair fern and stream orchid in the Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota and Wyoming. USDA Forest Service, Black Hills National Forest, Custer, SD.
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DeBano, L.F. and L.J. Schmidt. 2003. Chapter 3: Setting and history. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Pearson, D. E., Y., K. Ortega, and L. F. Ruggiero. 2003. Trap-induced mass declines in small mammals: mass as a population index. Journal of Wildlife Management 67(4):684-691.
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Long, J.W., A.L. Medina and J.E. Steed. 2003. Chapter 16: Restoration of riparian ecosystems. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Gottfried, G.J., D.G. Neary and R.J. Bemis. 2003. Assessing the Hydrologic Impacts of Cool Season and Warm Season Prescribed Burning on the Oak Savannas of the Southwestern Borderlands. Meeting Resource Management Needs: Fourth Conference on Research and Resource Management in the Southwestern Deserts. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: 56-57.

Ffolliott, P.F., C.M. Jones and W.D. Jones. 2003. Chapter 8: Mammals, avifauna and herpetofauna. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Ffolliott, P.F., C.M. Jones and W.D. Jones. 2003. Chapter 12: Wildlife population and habitat management practices. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Ffolliott, P.F. and H.M. Gregerson. 2003. Chapter 17: Institutional limitations to management and use of riparian resources. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Neary, D.G., L.F. DeBano and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2003. Assessing the Capabilities of Soil and Water Resources. International Arid Lands Consortium:Tucson, AZ: 54-74.

Manel S, Schwartz MK, Luikart G, and Taberlet P. 2003. Landscape genetics: combining landscape ecology and population genetics. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18: 1807-1816.
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Neary, D.G., G.J. Gottfried, L.F. DeBano and A. Tecle. 2003. Impacts of Fire on Watershed Resources. The Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 38: 23-41.

Ffolliott, P.F., L.F. DeBano, M.B. Baker, Jr., D.G. Neary and K.N. Brooks. 2003. Chapter 4: Hydrology and impacts of disturbances on hydrologic function. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Ffolliott, P.F., M.B. Baker, Jr. and L.F. DeBano. 2003. Chapter 19: Future themes and recommendations. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Ffolliott, P.F., M.B. Baker, Jr., L.F. DeBano and D.G. Neary. 2003. Chapter 1: Introduction In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.G. Neary. 2003. Sustaining the Flows of Natural and Economic Resources from Watershed Lands. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 35: 76-80.
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Ffolliott, P.F., M.B. Baker, Jr., A. Tecle, and D.G. Neary. 2003. A Watershed Management Approach to Land Stewardship. The Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 38: 1-4.
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Ffolliott, P.F., M.B. Baker, Jr. and L.F. DeBano. 2003. Arizona Watershed Management Program. The Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 38: 5-10.
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DeBano, S.J. and D.E. Wooster. 2003. Chapter 10: Insects and other invertebrates: ecological roles and indicators of riparian and stream health. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Mills LS, Schwartz MK, Tallmon DA, and Lair KP. 2003. Measuring and interpreting changes in connectivity for mammals in coniferous forests. In: Zabel C, Anthony RG (eds.) Mammal community dynamics in Western coniferous forests: management and conservation in the new millennium. Island Press, Washington D.C., pp 587-613.
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Tecle, A., P.F. Ffolliott, M.B. Baker, Jr., L.F. DeBano, D.G. Neary and G.J. Gottfried. 2003. Future Outlook of Watershed Management. The Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 38: 81-87.
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Pearson, D. E., and L. F. Ruggiero. 2003. Transect versus grid trapping arrangements for sampling small mammal communities. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31(2): 454-459.

Neary, D.G., S.T. Overby and S.M. Haase. 2003. Effects of fire interval restoration on carbon and nitrogen in sedimentary- and volcanic- derived soils of the Mogollon Rim, Arizona. In: Fire, fuel treatments and ecological restoration: Conference Proceedings April 2002: Fort Collins, CO. RMRS- P-29: 105-115.
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Pearson, D. E. and R. M. Callaway. 2003. Indirect effects of host-specific biological control agents. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18(9):456-461.
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Sieg, C. H., R. M. King, and F. Van Dyke. 2003. Exercise 13. The concept and use of elasticity in population viability models. Pages 101-108 In F. Van Dyke and contributors. A workbook of practical exercises in conservation biology. McGraw Hill, New York.
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Debano, L.F., S.J. Debano, D.E. Wooster and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2003. Chapter 5: Linkages between riparian corridors and surrounding watersheds. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

DeBano, L.F., J.N. Rinne and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2003. Management of Natural Resources in Riparian Corridors. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 35: 58-70.
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McLaughlin, S.P. 2003. Chapter 7: Riparian Flora. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Tecle, A., D.G. Neary, P.F. Ffolliott and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2003. Water Quality in Forested Watersheds of the Southwestern United States. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 35: 48-57.
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Zambino, P.J., McDonald, G.I. 2003. Resistance to white pine blister rust in North American five-needle pines and Ribes and its implications. pp. 111-125 In: Geils, B.W. comp. 2004. Proceedings of the 51st Western International Forest Disease Work Conference, 2003 August 18-22, Grants Pass, OR. Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
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Stromberg, J., M. Briggs, M. Scott and P. Shafroth. 2003. Chapter 15: Riparian ecosystem assessments. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Stromberg, J, M. Briggs, C. Gourley, M. Scott, P. Shafroth and L. Stevens. 2003. Chapter 6: Human alterations of riparian ecosystems. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Steed, J.E. and L.E. DeWald. 2003. Transplanting seges (Carex spp.) in southwestern meadows. Restoration Ecology Vol. 11 No. 2, pp. 247-256.
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Rinne, J.N. 2003. Chapter 9: Native and introducted fishes: their status, threats and conservation. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management. Robichaud, Peter; Macdonald

DeBano, L.F., and L.J. Schmidt. 2003. Chapter 2: Definitions and classifications. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

Riddle, A., K. L. Pilgrim, L. S. Mills, K. S. McKelvey, and L. F. Ruggiero. 2003. Identification of mustelids using mitochondrial DNA and non-invasive sampling. Conservation Genetics 4:241-243.
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Rinne, J.N. 2003. Chapter 13: Fish habitats: conservation and management implications. In: Baker, Jr., Malchus B.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; Neary, Daniel G. eds. Riparian areas of the southwestern United States: Hydrology, ecology and management.

M. K. Schwartz, L . S . Mills, Y. Ortega, L. F. Ruggiero and F. W. Allendorf. 2003. Landscape location affects genetic variation of Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis). Molecular Ecology (2003) 12, 1807-1816.
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Jurgens, J.A., Blanchette, R.A., Zambino, P.J., David, A. 2003. Histology of white pine blister rust in needles of resistant and susceptible eastern white pine. Plant Disease 87: 1026-1030.

Covert, K. A. 2003. Hairy Woodpecker Winter Ecology Following Wildfire: Effects of Burn Severity and Age. Northern Arizona University. M.S. Thesis. 87 p.
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Dudley, J. G., V. A. Saab 2003. A field protocol to monitor cavity-nesting birds. Res.Pap.RMRS-RP-44.Fort Collins, CO:U.S.Department of Agriculture,Forest Service,Rocky Mountain Research Station.16 p.
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Neary, D.G., P.F. Ffolliott and G.J. Gottfried. 2003. Post-wildfire peakflows in Arizona montane forests: Some case studies. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings of the 2003 Meeting of the Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Vol. 33: 100-102.

Ganey, J. L., W. M. Block and S.H. Ackers. 2003. Structural Characteristics of Forest Stands Within Home Ranges of Mexican Spotted Owls in Arizona and New Mexico. Western Journal of Applied Forestry, Vol. 18, No. 3, July 2003.
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Fornwalt, Paula J.; Kaufmann, Merrill R.; Huckaby, Laurie S.; Stoker, Jason M.; Stohlgren, Thomas J. 2003. Non-native plant invasions in managed and protected ponderosa pine/Douglas-fir forests of the Colorado Front Range. Forest ecology and management. 177(1/3): 515-527.
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Joy, S. M., R. M. Reich, and R. T. Reynolds. 2003. A non-parametric, supervised classification of forest types on the Kaibab National Forest using decision trees. Int. J. Remote Sensing. 24(9):1835-1852.
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Bowden, D. C., G. C. White, A. B. Franklin, and J. L. Ganey. 2003. Estimating population size with correlated sampling unit estimates. Journal of Wildlife Management 67:1-10.
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Medina, A.L. 2003. Gambel and scaled quail diets on the Santa Rita experimental range. In Santa Rita experimental range: 100 years (1903-2003) of accomplishments and contributions: Conference Proceedings October-November 2003: Tucson, AZ, RMRS-P-30: 133-140.
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Grubb, T. G., W. M. Bowerman, A. J. Bath, J. P. Giesy, D. V. Weseloh. 2003. Evaluating Great Lakes Bald Eagle Nesting Habitat With Bayesian Inference. USDA, Rocky Mountain Research Research Station, General Technical Report, RMRS-RP-45 14 p.
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Kallas, M.A., Reich, R.M., Jacobi, W.R., Lundquist, J.E. 2003. Modeling the probability of observing Armillaria root disease in the Black Hills. Forest Pathology 33: 241-252.

Neary, D.G., P.F. Ffolliott, and G.J. Gottfried. 2003. Post-wildfire peakflows in Arizona montane forests: Some case studies. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings of the 2003 Meeting of the Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Vol. 33: 100-102.

Dunham, J. B., M. K. Young, R. E. Gresswell, and B. E. Rieman. 2003. Effects of fire on fish populations: landscape perspectives on persistence of native fishes and nonnative fish invasions. Forest Ecology and Management 178:183-196.
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Rieman, B., D. Lee, D. Burns, R. Gresswell, M. Young, R. Stowell, J. Rinne, and P. Howell. 2003. Status of native fishes in the western United States and issues for fire and fuels management. Forest Ecology and Management 178:197-211.
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Flather, C. H., T. H. Ricketts, C. H. Sieg, M. S. Knowles, and J. P. Fay. 2003. Criterion 1: Conservation of biological diversity. Indicator 7: The status (threatened, rare, vulnerable, endangered, or extinct) of forest dependent species at risk of not maintaining viable breeding populations, as determined by legislation or scientif In Darr, D., compiler. Technical document supporting the 2003 national report on sustainable forests. USDA Forest Service, Washington DC.
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Kolbe, J. A., J.R. Squires, and T. W. Parker. 2003. An effective box trap for capturing lynx. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:980-985.
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Flather, C. H., T. H. Ricketts, C. H. Sieg, M. S. Knowles, J. P. Fay, and J. McNees. 2003. Criterion 1: Conservation of biological diversity. Indicator 6: The number of forest dependent species. In Darr, D., compiler. Technical document supporting the 2003 national report on sustainable forests. USDA Forest Service, Washington DC.
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Neary, D.G., N. Heding, and S. Skov. 2003. Skovbrand eller Skovbaendsel. Dansk Bioenergi: Number 72: 12-14.

Flather, C. H., C. H. Sieg, M. S. Knowles, and J. McNees. 2003. Criterion 1: Conservation of biological diversity. Indicator 8: The number of forest dependent species that occupy a small portion of their former range. In Darr, D., compiler. Technical document supporting the 2003 national report on sustainable forests. USDA Forest Service, Washington DC.
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Sieg, C. H., C. H. Flather, N. Barstatis, and M. S. Knowles. 2003. Criterion 1: Conservation of biological diversity. Indicator 9: Population levels of representative species from diverse habitats monitored across their range. In Darr, D., compiler. Technical document supporting the 2003 national report on sustainable forests. USDA Forest Service, Washington DC.
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Sieg, C. H., R. M. King, and F. Van Dyke. 2003. Exercise 15. Conservation and management issues and applications in population viability analysis. Pages 115-122 In F. Van Dyke and contributors. A workbook of practical exercises in conservation biology. McGraw Hill, New York.
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Medina, A.L. 2003. Historical and recent flora of the Santa Rita experimental range. In: In Santa Rita experimental range: 100 years (1903-2003) of accomplishments and contributions: Conference Proceedings October-November 2003: Tucson, AZ, RMRS-P-30: 141-148.
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Malusa, J., S. T. Overby, and R. A. Parnell. 2003. Potential for travertine formation: Fossil Creek, Arizona. Applied Geochemistry 18:1081-1093.
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Ffolliott, P.F. and D.G. Neary. 2003. Impacts of a historical wildfire on hydrologic processes: A case study in Arizona. Proceedings of the American Water Resources Association International Congress on Watershed Management for Water Supply Systems. New York, NY: June 29-July 2, 2003. CD-ROM.

Geils, B.W., Conklin, D., Frank, K., Guyon, J., Harris, J.L., Hoffman, J., Jacobi, W., Kearns, H., Newcomb, M., Smith, E., Van Arsdel, E., Vogler, D. 2003. New information on the distribution of white pine blister rust for 2002. In: Stone, J., Maffei, H. (comps.). Proceedings ofthe 50th Western International Forest Disease Work Conference, 2002 October 7-11, Powell River, Be. Bend, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Central Oregon Service Center: 94-99.

Russell, R. E. , R.K. Swihart, and Z. Feng. 2003. Population consequences of foraging decisions in a patchy matrix. Oikos 103:142-152.
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Neary, D.G., G.J. Gottfried, P.F. Ffolliott, L.F. DeBano, and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2003. Forest service watershed research in the southwest. In: First interagency conference on research in the watersheds October 2003: USDA ARS Walnut Gulch experimental watershed 1953-2003. 286-291.

Long, J.W., A. Tecle and B.M. Burnette. 2003. Geologic influences on recovery of riparian wetlands on the White Mountain Apache Resernation. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science: Vol. 36(1) p. 46-60.

Russell, R. E. , and J.K. Detling. 2003. Grasshoppers (Orthoptera:Acrididae) and black-tailed prairie dogs (Sciurdae:Cynomys ludovicianus)(Ord): associations between two rangeland herbivores. J. Kansas Entomological Society 76:578-587.

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.G. Neary. 2003. Initial assessment of the Rodeo-Chediski Fire impacts on hydrologic processes. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings of the 2003 Meeting of the Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Vol. 33: 94-98.

Gottfried, G.J., D.G. Neary, M.B. Baker, Jr., and P.F Ffolliott. 2003. Impacts of wildfires on hydrologic processes in forest ecosystems: two case studies. In: First interagency conference on research in the watersheds October 2003: USDA ARS Walnut Gulch experimental watershed 1953-2003. 668-673.

Daugherty, P.J., and G.B. Snider. 2003. Chapter 4: Ecological and market economics. In: Ecological restoration of southwestern ponderosa pine forests. Society for Ecological Restoration International: 58-69.

Knapp, S.K., R. E. Russell, and R.K. Swihart. 2003. Setting priorities for conservation: the influence of uncertainty on species rankings of Indiana mammals. Biological Conservation 111:223-234.
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Classen, A.T., S.I. Boyle, K. Haskins, S. Overby, and S.C. Hart. 2003. Community-level physiological profiles of bacteria and fungi: plate type and incubation temperature influences on contrasting soils. FEMS Microbial Ecology 44:319-328.
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Baker, M.B., P.F. Ffolliott, and D.G. Neary. 2003. Contributions of watershed research to water supply in the Colorado River Basin. Proceedings of the American Water Resources Association International Congress on Watershed Management for Water Supply Systems. New York, NY: June 29- July 2, 2003. CD-ROM.

Baker, M.B. Jr. 2003. Chapter 10: Hydrology. In Ecological restoration of southwestern ponderosa pine forests. Society for Ecological Restoration International: 161-174.

Grubb, T. G. 2003. Wintering Bald Eagle Trends in Northern Arizona, 1975-2000. The Southwestern Naturalist 48(2):223-230.
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Helton, Cory. 2003. The re-introduction of Fossil Springs' flow to Fossil Creek in three possible scenarios. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings of the 2003 Meeting of the Hydrology Section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Vol. 33: 39-42.

Long, J.W., A. Tecle and B.M. Burnette. 2003. Marsh development at restoration sites on the White Mountain Apache Reservation, Arizona. Journal of American Water Resources, Vol.39, No.6:1345-1359.

Kim, M.-S., Brunsfeld, S.J., McDonald, G.I., Klopfenstein, N.B. 2003. Effect of white pine blister rust (Cronartium ribicola) and rust-resistance breeding on genetic variation in western white pine (Pinus monticola). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106: 1004-1010.
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Michael K. Schwartz, L. Scott Mills, Kevin S. McKelvey. 2002. DNA reveals high dispersal synchronizing the population dynamics of Canada lynx. Nature Vol 415, 520-522.
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Ortega, Y. K., and D. E. Capen. 2002. Roads as edges: effects on birds in forested landscapes. Forest Science 48:381-390.

McKelvey KS, McDaniel GW, Mills LS, et al. 2002. Effects of plot size and shape on pellet density estimates for snowshoe hares. Wildlife Society Bulletin 30: 751-755.

DeBano, L.F., M.B. Baker, Jr. and P.F. Ffolliott. 2002. Riparian-Watershed Linkages: Their Past and Present Importance and Management. Hydrological Science and Technology; Vol. 18 (1-4); October: 68-75.

Ffolliott, P.F., M.B. Baker, Jr., L.F. DeBano, D.G. Neary and G.J. Gottfried. 2002. Perspectives on Watershed Management in Arizona. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest; Issue 32; Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: 1-4.

Gottfried, G.J., D.G. Neary and P.F. Ffolliott. 2002. Snowpack-runoff relationships for mid-elevations snowpacks on the Workman Creek watersheds of central Arizona. Rocky Mountain Research Station Research Paper RP-RMRS-33; Fort Collins, CO: Rocky Mountain Reseach Station: 9.
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Gottfried, G.J., P.F. Ffolliott and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2002. Assessing long-term changes in Arizona forests and woodlands using historical data. Society of American Foresters National Convention: 286-291.

Gottfried, G.J. and D.G. Neary. 2002. Hydrology of the Upper Parker Creek Watershed, Sierra Ancha Mountains, Arizona. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest; Issue 32; Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: 5-18.

Calamusso, B., J.N. Rinne and P.R. Turner. 2002. The distribution and abundance of the Rio Grande sucker in the Carson and Santa Fe national forests, New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist. June, Vol. 47(2): 182-186.
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Zambino, P.J. 2002. Dry grinding at near-ambient temperatures for extracting DNA from rust and other fungal spores. BioTechniques 33: 48-51.
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Reed WJ, McKelvey KS. 2002. Power-law behaviour and parametric models for the size-distribution of forest fires. Ecological Modelling 150: 239-254.
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P. F. Kukuk, S . H. Forbes, R. Zahorchack, A. Riddle And K. Pilgrim. 2002. Highly polymorphic microsatellite markers developed for the social halictine bee Lasioglossum (Chilalictus) hemichalceum. Molecular Ecology Notes 2 529-530.
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Woo, K.-S., Fins, L., McDonald, G.I., Wenny, D.L., Eramian, A. 2002. Effects of nursery environment on needle morphology of Pinus monticola Dougl. and implications for tree improvement programs. New Forests 24: 113-129.
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Reed JM, Mills LS, Dunning JB, et al. 2002. Emerging issues in population viability analysis. Conservation Biology 16: 7-19.

Martinez, G. B. 2002. Influence of residential development on breeding birds in ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona. University of Arizona: M.S. Thesis. 63 p.

Aigner, P. A., and P. E. Scott. 2002. Use and pollination of a hawkmoth plant, Nicotiana attenuata, by migrant hummingbirds. The Southwestern Naturalist. 47(1): 1-11.
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Garnett, G. N. 2002. Wildlife uses of witches' brooms induced by dwarf mistletoe in ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona. Northern Arizona University. 75 p. Thesis.
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Ganey, J. L., and M. A. Benoit. 2002. Using terrestrial ecosystem survey data to identify potential habitat for the Mexican spotted owl on national forest system lands: A pilot study. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-86. Fort Collins, CO: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 25 p.
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Haseltine, M., M.B. Baker, Jr. and B. Hutchison. 2002. Technology Transfer of Watershed Management Information. Hydrological Science and Technology; Vol. 18 (1-4); October: 77-88.

Phillips, P. and A. Tecle. 2002. An Analysis of Human Settlement Impacts on Riparian Areas in the Beaver Creek Watershed of North Central Arizona. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest; Issue 32; Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: 39-44.

Joy, S. M. 2002. Northern goshawk habitat on the Kaibab national forest in Arizona: factors affecting nest locations and territory quality. Colorado State University: Ph.D. Dissertation. 237 pp.
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Grubb, T. G., W. L. Robinson, and W. W. Bowerman. 2002. Effects of watercraft on bald eagles nesting in Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 30(1): 156-161.
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Jacobi, W.R., Geils, B.W., Taylor, J.E. 2002. Frequency of comandra blister rust infection episodes on lodgepole pine. Research Paper RMRS-RP-36. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 13 p.
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McGarigal, K. and S.A. Cushman. 2002. Comparative evaluation of experimental approaches to the study of habitat fragmentation effects. Ecological Applications 12(2): 335-345.
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Neary, D.G. and G.J. Gottfried. 2002. Fires and Floods: Post-Fire Watershed Responses. Forest Fire Research and Wildland Fire Safety; Rotterdam, Netherlands: Millpress: 1-9.

Kotliar, N.B., S. Hejl, R.L. Hutto, V. A. Saab, C.P. Melcher, and M.E. McFadzen. 2002. Effects of wildfire and post-fire salvage logging on avian communities in conifer-dominated forests of the Western United States. Studies in Avian Biology 25:49-64.
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Yard, G. and S. Yard. 2002. Horseshoe allotment range restoration project: A demonstration of how cattle grazing management can be used for improving range conditions. Y-D Ranch: Perkinsville, AZ, Prescott National Forest, Rocky Mountain Research Station, and AWPFC. Watershed Management for Water Supply Systems. New York, NY: June 29- July 2, 2003. CD-ROM.

Tewksbury, J.J., A. E. Black, N. Nur, G.R. Guepel, V. A. Saab, B. Logan, and D. S. Dobkin. 2002. Effects of anthropogenic fragmentation and livestock grazing on western riparian bird communities. Studies in Avian Biology 25:158-202.
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Wisdom, M. J., B.C. Wales, M. M. Rowland, M.G. Raphael, R. S. Holthausen, T.D. Rich, and V. A. Saab. 2002. Performance of greater sage-grouse models for conservation assessment in the interior Columbia basin, USA. Conservation Biology 16:1232-1242.
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Lundquist, J.E., Beatty, J.S. 2002. A method for characterizing and mimicking forest canopy gaps caused by different disturbances. Forest Science 48: 582-594.
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Richardson, B.A., Klopfenstein, N.B., Brunsfeld, S.J. 2002. Assessing Clark's nutcracker seed-caching flights using maternally inherited mitochondrial DNA of whitebark pine. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32: 1103-1107.
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Cushman, S.A. and K. McGarigal. 2002. Hierarchical, multi-scale decomposition of species-environment relationships. Landscape Ecology. 17:637-646.
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Saab, V. A., R. Brannon, J. G. Dudley, L. Donohoo, D. Vanderzanden, V. Johnson, and H. Lachowski. 2002. Selection of fire-created snags at two spatial scales by cavity-nesting birds. In Proceedings of The Symposium on The Ecology and Management of Dead Wood in Western Forests, Nov 2-4, 1999, Reno, Nevada, editors Shea, P. J.; W.F. Laudenslayer, Jr.; B. Valentine; C. P. Weatherspoon, and T. E. Lisle. USDA Forest Service PSW-GTR-181.
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Cushman, S.A. and D.O. Wallin. 2002. Separating the influences of spatial, environmental, and disturbance factors in forests of the Russian Far East. Forest Ecology and Management. 168 (1-3): 201-215.

Wagner, D. M. 2002. Current status and habitat use of Gunnison's prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni) in Arizona. Northern Arizona University: Ph.D. Dissertation. 77.
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Gatto, A. E. 2002. Foraging Ecology and Parental Behavior of Red-Tailed Hawks Sympatric with Northern Goshawks on the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona. Northern Arizona University. 84 p. thesis.
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Bond, M. L., R. J. Gutiérrez, A. B. Franklin, W. S. LaHaye, C. A. May, and M. E. Seamans. 2002. Short-term effects of wildfires on spotted owl survival, site fidelity, and mate fidelity. Wildlife Society Bulletin 30:1022-1028.

Johnson, C. L., and R. T. Reynolds. 2002. Responses of Mexican spotted owls to low-flying military jet aircraft. Res. Notes RMRS-RN-12. Fort Collins, CO: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 4 p.
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Neary, E.L., D.G. Neary, S.T. Overby, and S. M. Haase. 2002. Prescribed fire impacts on soil carbon and nitrogen. In Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, Vol. 32, Proceedings of the 2002 Meetings of the Arizona Section, American Water Resources Association and the Hydrology Section, Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, April 6,2002, Glendale, AZ, 8 p.
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Neary, D.G., Moir, W.H., and S. T. Overby. 2002. Role of soil disturbances in determining post-harvest plant biodiversity and invasive weed distributions Pp. 52-54. In Frochot, H.; Collet, C.; Balandier, P. (Compilers) Popular Summaries from the 4 th International Conference on Forest Vegetation Management, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Nancy, France.
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Overby, S. T., S. C. Hart, and D. G. Neary. 2002. Impacts of Natural Disturbance on Soil Carbon Dynamics in Forest Ecosystems. p. 159-172. In J.M. Kimble, Linda S. Heath, Richard A. Birdsey, and R. Lal (eds.) The Potential of U.S. Forest Soils to Sequester Carbon and Mitigate the Greenhouse Effect. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
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Neary, D. G., S. T. Overby and S. C. Hart. 2002. Soil Carbon in arid and semi-arid forest ecosystems In J. M. Kimble, Linda S. Heathe, Richard A. Birdsey, and R. Lal (eds.) The Potential of U.S. Forest Soils to Sequester Carbon and Mitigate the Greenhouse Effect. p. 293-310. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
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Poff, B. and A. Tecle. 2002. Bacteriological Water Quality Trend Analysis in Oak Creek Canyon, AZ. pp. 431-436 in Proceedings: Ground Water/Surface Water Interactions. American Water Resources Association. 2002 Summer Specialty Conference, Keystone, Colorado, July 1-3.
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Fins, L., Byler, J., Ferguson, D., Harvey, A., Mahalovich, M.F., McDonald, G.I., Miller, D., Schwandt, J., Zack, A. 2002. Return of the giants: Restoring western white pine to the Inland Northwest. Journal of Forestry 100: 20-26 Journal of Forestry 100: 20-26.

Rinne, J.N. 2002. Hydrology, Geomorphology; and Management: Implications for Sustainability of Native Southwestern Fishes. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest; Issue 32; Tucson: AZ: University of Arizona: 45-50.

Long, J.W. 2002. Evaluating the recovery of riparian wetlands on the White Mountain Apache Reservation. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University: 165.

Lupe, C. 2002. Life in a Montane Meadow. Birdscapes; Fall 2002; 1-2.
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Medina, A.L. and J.E. Steed. 2002. West Fork allotment riparian monitoring study 1993-1999. USDA Forest Service, RMRS, Final Report, Vol. 1: 78 p.

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Medina, A.L. and R.K. Royalty. 2002. A 12-Year, Post Wildfire Geomorphic Evaluation of Ellison Creek, Central Arizona. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest; Issue 32; Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: 77-86.

Neary, D.G. 2002. Chapter 5.3: Environmental sustainability of forest energy production. In: Bioenergy from Sustainable Forestry: Guiding Principles and Practice; Forest Service Vol. 71: 344.

Duncan, R. tB., and S. M. Speich. 2002. Inter-and intra-mountain movements of Mexican spotted owls in southeastern Arizona: Results of a muli-year banding study, 1991 - 2001. Abstract, Annual meeting, Western Bird Banding Association. Bisbee, Arizona, USA.

Neary, D.G. 2002. Post-Wildfire Flood Generation Process. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest; Issue 32; Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: 71-76.

Neary, E.L., D.G. Neary, S.T. Overby and S.M. Haase. 2002. Prescribed Fire Impacts on Soil Carbon and Nitrogen. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest; Issue 32; Tucson, AZ: 95-102.

Haseltine, M, M.B. Baker, Jr. and B. Hutchison. 2002. Improving Access to Watershed Management Information. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest; Issue 32; Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: 113-120.

Steed, J.E., L.E. DeWald and T.E. Kolb. 2002. Physiological and growth responses of riparian sedge transplants to groundwater depth. International Journal of Plant Sciences 163(6): 925-936.
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Lundquist, J.E., Sommerfeld, R.A. 2002. Use of fourier transforms to define landscape scales of analysis for disturbances: a case study of thinned and unthinned forest stands. Landscape Ecology 17: 445-454.
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Reynolds, R. T., D. P. Kane, and D. M. Finch. 2002. Tree-nesting habitat of purple martins in Colorado. Journal of the Colorado Field Ornithologists. 36(1): 6-13. 2002.
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Seamans, M. E., R. J. Gutiérrez, and C. A. May. 2002. Mexican spotted owl (Strix occidentalis) population dynamics: Influence of climatic variation on survival and reproduction. The Auk. 119(2): 321-334.

Richardson, B.A., Brunsfeld, S.J., Klopfenstein, N.B. 2002. DNA from bird-dispersed seed and wind disseminated pollen provides insights into postglacial colonization and population genetic structure of whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis). Molecular Ecology 11: 214-227.
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Slauson, L. A. 2002. Effects of fire on the reproductive biology of Agave palmeri agavaceae. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 49(1): 11.
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Gottfried G.J., D.G. Neary and P.F. Ffolliott 2002. Snowpack-Runoff Relationships for Mid-Elevation Snowpacks on the Workman Creek Watersheds of Central Arizona. USDA Forest Service Research Paper RMRS-RP-33

Delaney, D.K., and T. G. Grubb. 2001, 2003. Effects of off-highway vehicle noise on northern spotted owls: sound data results, 2002 results. Reports [2] to Mendocino National Forest, Contract No. 43-91Z9-0-0055. USA CERL, Champaign, IL; Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, AZ.

Pearson, D. E., and L. F. Ruggiero. 2001. Test of the prey-base hypothesis to explain use of red squirrel midden sites by American martens. Canadian Journal of Zoology 79(8):1372-1379.
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Tomback, D.F.; Arno, S.F.; Keane, R.E., editors. 2001. Whitebark Pine Communities. Island Press, Washington, DC. 440 p.

Gottfried, G.J. and D.G. Neary. 2001. History of the Workman Creek watersheds, Sierra Ancha experimental forest, Arizona. In: Society of American Foresters, Proceedings 2000 National Convention; 2000 November 16-20; Washington, DC. Bethesda, MD: Society of American Foresters: 454-458.

Ortega, Y. K., and D. E. Pearson. 2001. Occurrences of the western skink (Eumeces skiltonianus) in grasslands of western Montana. Northwestern Naturalist 82:125-125.
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Pearson, D. E., and Y. K. Ortega. 2001. An indirect dispersal pathway for spotted knapweed seeds via deer mice and great-horned owls. Canadian Field-Naturalist 115(2):354.
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Moir, W. H., and W. M. Block. 2001. Adaptive management on public lands in the United States: Commitment or rhetoric? Environmental Management. 28(2): 141-148.
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Gonzaga, S. 2001. Habitat improvement and native fish loss: The Upper Verde river fish mystery. American Currents. 27(3): 19-22.

Rinne, J.N. 2001. Effects of substrate composition on Apache trout fry emergency. In: Journal of Freshwater Ecology, VOL. 16: 355-365 pp.

Rinne, J.N. 2001. Non-native, predatory fish removal and native fish response, upper Verde River, Arizona: Preliminary Results. In: Ffolliott, P.F. (comp.). Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest. Issue 31: 29-35 pp.

Rinne, J.N., B. Holand and G. Sundnes. 2001. Comparison of heart rate in fishes: cold, temperature sea water versus warm, desert rivers. In: Gamperl, K.; Ferrel, T.; Mackinlay, D. (eds.). Proceedings July 23-27. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; University of British Columbia. 13-26 pp.

Wolken, P. M., C. H. Sieg, and S. E. Williams. 2001. Quantifying suitable habitat of the threatened western prairie fringed orchid. Journal of Range Management 54: 611-616.
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Rinne, J.N. and B. Deason. 2001. Habitat availability and use by two threatened native fish species in Southwestern rivers. In: Baker Jr., Malchus B., ed. Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the Southwest; 2000 April 15; Tucson, AZ. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona; 30: 43-51.

Robichaud, P.R., J.L. Beyers and D.G. Neary. 2001. After the fire, before the storm: Post-fire erosion control efforts explored. CE News. 2: 1-6. Steed, James E. 2001.

Robichaud, P.R., J.L. Beyers and D.G. Neary. 2001. Evaluating the effectiveness of post-fire rehabilitation treatments. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-63. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 85 p.
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Steed, J.E. 2001. Evaluation of Carex species for use in restoration of southwestern riparian meadows. Northern Arizona University: M.S. Thesis. 179 p.

Poff, B. and A. Tecle. 2001. Cost-effectiveness of multi-objective forest management in the wildland urban interfacve. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Vol. 31:13-19.
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Obedzinski, R.A., C.G. Shaw III and D.G. Neary. 2001. Declining woody vegetation in riparian ecosystems of the western United States. In: Western Journal of Applied Forestry, Vol. 16:169-181.

Block, W. M., A. B. Franklin, J. P. Ward, Jr., J. L. Ganey, and G. C. White. 2001. Design and Implementation of Monitoring Studies to Evaluate the Success of Ecological Restoration on Wildlife. Restoration Ecology, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp.293-303.
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Neary, D.G. and G.J. Gottfried. 2001. Post-wildfire peak flood flows: Causes and effects. In: Society of American Foresters, Proceedings 2000 National Convention; 2000 November 16-20; Washington, DC. Bethesda, MD: Society of American Foresters: 459-463.

Saab, V. A., and K.T. Vierling. 2001. Reproductive success of Lewis's woodpecker in burned pine and cottonwood riparian forests. Condor 103:491-501.
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Ward Jr., J. P. 2001. Ecological responses by Mexican spotted owls to environmental variation in the Sacramento mountains, New Mexico. Colorado State University: Ph.D. Dissertation. 423 p.

Urban, D., and T. Keitt. 2001. Landscape connectivity: A graph-theoretic perspective. Ecology. 82(5): 1205-1218.

Parker, T. J. 2001. Bird communities in dwarf mistletoe infested ponderosa pine forests. Northern Arizona University: M.S. Thesis. 90 p.
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Neary, D. G., W. H. Moir, and B. G. Phillips. 2001. Harvesting-related soil disturbance: Implications for plant biodiversity and invasive weeds. In: J. Richardson, R. Bjorheden, P. Hakkila, A. T. Lowe, and C. T. Smith, comps. Proc. Forest Research Bulletin No. 223. IEA Bioenergy T18:2001:02, September 2001. Bioenergy from sustainable forestry: Principles and practice; 2000 October 16-20; Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia. Rotorua, New Zealand: New Zealand Forest Research Institute Limited: 17-32.

Morrison, M. L., W. M. Block, M. D. Strickland, and W. L. Kendall. 2001. Wildlife study design. New York, NY: Springer-Verlag: 210 p.
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Crawford, J. A., C. H. A. Wahren, S. Kyle, and W. H. Moir. 2001. Responses of exotic plant species to fires in Pinus ponderosa forests in northern Arizona. Journal of Vegetation Science. 12: 261-268.
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Brown, P. M., M. W. Kaye, L. S. Huckaby, and C. H. Baisan. 2001. Fire history along environmental gradients in the Sacramento mountains, New Mexico: Influences of local patterns and regional processes. Ecoscience. 8(1): 115-126.
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Linkhart, B. D. 2001. Life history characteristics and habitat quality of flammulated owls (Otus flammeolus) in Colorado. University of Colorado: Ph.D. Dissertation. 206 p.

La Sorte, F. A. 2001. Habitat association of sympatric red-tailed hawks and northern goshawks on the Kaibab plateau, Arizona. University of Arizona: M.S. Thesis. 62 p.

Griffis, K. L., J. A. Crawford, M. R. Wagner, and W. H. Moir. 2001. Understory response to management treatments in northern Arizona ponderosa pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 146: 239-245.
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Poff, B., Tappan R., and L. G. Morgan. 2001. Analyzing the Feasibility for Rerouting the Rio de Flag in Flagstaff, Arizona. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Vol. 31:59-65.
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Gottfried, G.J., P.F. Ffolliott and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2001. Assessing long-term stand changes in Arizona using historical inventory data. Proceedings: Society of American Foresters 2001 Annual Convention; Denver, CO: 380-385.

Pearson D. E., Y. K. Ortega, K. S. McKelvey and L. F. Ruggiero. 2001. Small mammal communities and habitat selection in Northern Rocky Mountain bunchgrass: Implications for exotic plant invasions. Northwest Science 75: 107-117.
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McKelvey KS, Pearson DE. 2001. Population estimation with sparse data: the role of estimators versus indices revisited. Canadian Journal of Zoology 79: 1754-1765.
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Pletscher DH and Schwartz MK. 2001. Rearranging the deck chairs on the Malthusian ship: Reply to Phifer and Roebuck. Conservation Biology 15. T

Ralls, K. K. L. Pilgrim, P. J. White, E. E. Paxinos, M. K. Schwartz, and R. C. Fleischer. 2001. Kinship, social relationships, and den sharing in kit foxes. Journal of Mammalogy 82(3):858-866.

Baker Jr., M.B., eds. 2001. Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the Southwest. 2000 April 15; Tucson, AZ. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona; 30: 85 p.

Baker Jr., M.B. and L.F. DeBano. 2001. Runoff and soil loss from selected rangeland sites in California. In: Baker Jr., Malchus B., ed. Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the Southwest; 2000 April 15; Tucson, AZ. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona; 30: 73-79.

Baker Jr., M.B., D.P. Huebner and P.F. Ffolliott. 2001. Accessing watershed-related data sets through the World Wide Web. In: Baker Jr., Malchus B., ed. Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest. Proceedings of the 2000 meetings of the hydrology section, Arizona-Nevada academy of science; 2000 April 15; Tucson, AZ. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona; Vol. 30: 69-72.

Baker, Jr., M.B., B. Hutchinson, E. Pfirman, M. Haseltine and J. Schalau. 2001. Management of the arid and semi-arid watersheds: decision-making tools and technology transfer. In: Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest; Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: 31: 7-12.

Ffolliott, P.F. 2001. Updating hydrological time trend response functions of fire impacts. In: Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest; Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona, 31: 21-24.

Ffolliott, P.F. and M.B. Baker, Jr., 2001. Stripcut-thinning of ponderosa pinestands: An Arizona case study. Rocky Mountain Research Station. Research Paper, RMRS-RP-34; Fort Collins, CO/USA: 1-7.
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Rinne, J.N. 2001. Changes in fish populations in the upper Verde River, 1994-2001. In: Decarlo, D.; Schlinger, C.; Springer, A. Verde Watershed Symposium State of the Watershed in 2001.

Ffolliott, P.F. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2001. Labor Day storm of 1970 revisited 30 years later. In: Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest. Tucson, AZ. University of Arizona, 31:73-75.

Waters JR, Zabel CJ, McKelvey KS, et al. 2001. Vegetation patterns and abundances of amphibians and small mammals along small streams in a northwestern California watershed. Northwest Science 75: 37-52.
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Rinne, J.N. 2001. Relationships of fine sediment and two native southwestern fish species. In: Ffolliott, P.F. (comp.). Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest. Issue 31: 67-70 pp.

Gottfried, G.J., D.G. Neary and R.J. Bemis. 2001. Watershed characteristics of oak savannas in the southwestern borderlands. In: Baker Jr., Malchus B., ed. Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest. Proceedings of the 2000 meetings of the hydrology section, Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science; 2000 April 15; Tucson, AZ. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona; Vol. 30: 21-28.

Larson, D.S., D.G. Neary, P.J. Daugherty and C.B. Edminster. 2001. Harvesting costs for potential bioenergy fuels in a fire risk reduction program. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science. 3(1/2): 114-129.

Long, J. 2001. The Black River watershed restoration project. White Mountain Fort Apache Tribe; Video: 15min 40sec.

Lopes. V.L., P.F. Ffolliott and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2001. Impacts of vegetative practices on suspended sediment from watersheds of Arizona. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 127(1): 41-47.
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Medina, A.L. 2001. A preliminary view of water quality conditions of the upper Verde River. In: Verde Watershed Symposium-State of the Watershed in 2001. Decarlo, C.; Schlinger, C.; Springer, A.; Flagstaff, AZ. Northern Arizona University: 25-33.

Neary, D.G. 2001. Overview of pesticide fate in the environment: principles, processes, and offsite transport. In: Proceedings; S.L. Cooper: Redding, CA: Annual Forest Vegetation Management Conference Proceedings, 22:19-24.

Neary, D.G. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2001. An overview of rocky mountain research station Verde River watershed research over the past five decades. Verde Watershed Symposium-state of the watershed in 2001: 35-38.

Neary, D.G., W.H. Moir and B.G. Phillips. 2001. Harvesting related soil disturbance: implications for plant biodiversity and invasive weeds. In: New Zealand Forest Research Institute, Forest Research Bulletin; No. 233; New Zealand Forest Research Institute Limited: 17-32.

Neary, D.G. and J.N. Rinne 2001. Base flow trends in the upper Verde River revisited. In: Ffolliott, P.F. (comp.). Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest. Issue 31:37-43.

Neary, D.G. and J.N. Rinne. 2001. Base flow trends and native fishes in the upper Verde River. In: Decarlo, Co.; Schlinger, C.; Springer, A. Verde Watershed Symposium-State of Watershed in 2001. 39-44 pp.

Ffolliott, P.F., M.B. Baker, Jr., C.B. Edminster, M.C. Dillon and K.L. Mora. 2001. Land stewardship through watershed management: perspectives for the 21st century. New York, NY: 137.

Lundquist, J.E., Klopfenstein, N.B. 2001. Integrating concepts of landscape ecology with the molecular biology of forest pathogens. Forest Ecology and Management 150: 213-222.
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Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B., McDonald, G.I., Arumuganathan, K., Vidaver, A.K. 2001. Use of flow cytometry, fluorescence microscopy, and PCR-based techniques to assess intraspecific and interspecific mating of Armillaria species. Mycological Research 105: 164-172.
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Hoff, R.J., Ferguson, D.E., McDonald, G.I., Keane, R.E. 2001. Strategies for managing whitebark pine blister rust. in: Tomback, D.F., S.F. Arno, R.E. Keane, eds. Whitebark pine communities: Ecology and restoration. Washington, DC: Island Press. pp. 346-366.

Dekker-Robertson, D., Bruederle, L.P. 2001. Management implications of genetic structure. Chapter 15. pp. 310-324 in: Tomback, D.F, Arno, S.F., Keane, R.E., eds. Whitebark Pine Communities - Ecology and Restoration. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Fins, L., Byler, J., Ferguson, D., Harvey, A., Mahalovich, M.F., McDonald, G.I., Miller, D., Schwandt, J., Zack, A. 2001. Return of the giants - Restoring white pine ecosystems by breeding and aggressive planting of blister rust-resistant white pines. Station Bulletin 72. University of Idaho, Moscow, ID. 20 p.

Geils, B.W. 2001. Impacts of white pine blister rust. In: Fosbroke, S.L.C., Gottschalk, K.W., eds. Proceedings U.S. Department of Agriculture Interagency Research Forum on Gypsy Moth and Other Invasive Species 2001, 2001 January 16-19, Annapolis MD. General Technical Report. NE-285. Newton Square PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station: 61-64.

Klopfenstein, N.B., McDonald,G.I., Kim, M.S., Brunsfeld, S.J., Richardson, B.A., Lundquist, J.E. 2001. Molecular genetic approaches to risk assessment in forest ecosystems. pp. 108- 121 in: Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters national convention. 16-20 November 2000. Washington, D.C.

Woo, K.-S., Fins, L., McDonald, G.I., Wiese, M.V. 2001. Differences in needle morphology between blister rust resistant and susceptible western white pine stocks. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31: 1880-1886.
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Richardson, B.A. 2001. Gene flow and genetic structure of whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis): Inferences into bird-dispersed seed movement and biogeography. M.Sci. thesis. University of Idaho, Moscow, ID. 55 p.

McDonald, G.I., Hoff, R.J. 2001. Blister rust: an introduced plague. in: Tomback, D.F., S.F. Arno, R.E. Keane, eds. Whitebark pine communities. Washington, DC: Island Press. pp. 193-220.
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Ffolliott, P.F. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2000. Montane forests in the southwestern United States. In: Ecology and management of forests, woodlands, and shrublands in the dryland regions of the United States and Mexico: Perspectives ofr the 21st century, chapter 4. 39-52 pp.

Berisford, Y.C., P.B. Bush, J.F. Dowd, T.L. Lavy, J.L. Michael, D.G. Neary, W.L. Nutter and J.W. Taylor, Jr. 2000. Project: Environmental fate of forest pesticides in southeastern watersheds, Vol. 2. USDA Forest Service, Region 8, Atlanta, GA. 837 pp.

Ganey, J. L., G.C. White, A.B. Franklin, D.C. Bowden, and J.P. Ward, Jr. 2000. A pilot study on monitoring populations of Mexican spotted owls in Arizona and New Mexico: second interim report. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, AZ.

Bush, P.B., D.G. Neary and C.K. Macmahon. 2000. Fire and pesticides: A review of air quality consideration. In: Moser, K.; Moser, C.F. eds. Fire and forest ecology: innovative silverculture and vegetation management. Tall Timbers Ecology Conference Proceedings, No. 21. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL. 132-136 pp.

DeBano, L.F. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2000. Riparian ecosystems in southwestern United States. In: Ecology and management of forests, woodlands, and shrublands in the dryland regions of the United States and Mexico: Perspectives for the 21st century, chapter 9. 107-120 pp.

Edminster, C.B., P.C. Weatherspoon and D.G. Neary. 2000. The fire and fire surrogates study: providing guidelines for fire in future forest watershed management decisions. In: Land stewardship in the 21st century. The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Medina, A.L. and J.N. Rinne. 2000. Ungulate/fishery interactions in southwestern riparian ecosystems: Pretensions and realities. In: Transactions of the 64th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference.

Lopes, V.L., P.F. Ffolliott and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2000. Effects of watershed management practices on sediment concentrations in the southwestern United States: Management implications. In: Land Stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Ffolliott, P.F. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2000. Overview In: Land stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Lefevre, R.E. and D.G. Neary. 2000. Rucker Lake: A history of recent conditions affecting a southeastern Arizona watershed. In: Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest, Vol. 29.

Jemison. R. and D.G. Neary. 2000. Stream channel designs for riparian and wet meadow rangelands in the southwestern United States. In: Land Stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.

Berisford, Y.C., P.B. Bush, J.F. Dowd, T.L. Lavy, J.L. Michael, D.G. Neary, W.L. Nutter and J.W. Taylor, Jr. 2000. Project: Environmental fate of forest pesticides in southeastern watersheds, Vol. 1. USDA Forest Service, Region 8, Atlanta, GA. 474 pp.

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Ffolliott, P.F. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2000. Snowpack hydrology in the southwestern United States: Contributions to watershed management. In: Land stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Ffolliott, P.F., M.B. Baker, Jr. and V.L. Lopes. 2000. Watershed management perspectives in the southwest: past present and future. In: Land Stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Fox, K.M., P.F. Ffolliott, M.B. Baker, Jr. and L.F. DeBano. 2000. More water for Arizona: A history of the Arizona watershed program and the Arizona water resources committee. 118 p.

Lopes, V.L., P.F. Ffolliott and M.B. Baker, Jr. 2000. Implications of vegetative treatment on sediment concentrations from the Beaver Creek watersheds in north-central Arizona. In: Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest, Vol. 29.

Fox, K.M., P.F. Ffolliott, M.B. Baker, Jr., and L.F. DeBano 2000. More water for Arizona: A history of the Arizona Watershed Program and the Arizona Water Resources Committee Phoenix, Arizona: Primer Publishers. 118 pp.

Mmbaga, M.T., Klopfenstein, N.B., Kim, M.-S. 2000. Molecular genetic analysis of powdery mildew pathogens of dogwood. In: Bryson, J.L., ed. and compiler. Proceedings of the Southern Nursery Association Research Conference. 45: 236-242.

Mills LS, Citta JJ, Lair KP, Schwartz MK, and Tallmon DA. 2000. Estimating animal abundance using non-invasive DNA sampling: promise and pitfall. Ecological Applications 10: 283-294.
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Mills, L. S., K. L. Pilgrim, M. K. Schwartz, and K. McKelvey. 2000. Identifying lynx and other North American felids based on MtDNA analysis. Conservation Genetics 1(3):285-288.
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McDonald, G.I. 2000. Geographic variation of white pine blister rust aeciospore infection efficiency and incubation period. Hortechnology 10: 533-536.

Lundquist, J.E., Negron, J.F. 2000. Endemic forest disturbances and stand structure of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) in the Upper Pine Creek Research Natural Area. Natural Areas Journal 20: 126-132.

Lundquist, J.E., Lindner, L. 2000. Test of a model to assess the condition of lodgepole pine stands. Environmental Management 26: 421-426.
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Baker, Jr., M.B., D.P. Huebner and P.F. Ffolliott. 2000. Sharing watershed information though the World Wide Web. Reprinted from Watershed Management and Operations Management 2000, Proceedings of the Conference American Society of Civil Engineers, June 20-24, Fort Collins, CO.

Olberding, S.D. 2000. Fort Valley: The beginnings of forest research. In: Forest History Today. Durham, NC: Forest History Society: 9-15.

Baker, Jr., M.B. 2000. Beaver Creek evaluation projects.

Flather, C. H., and C. H. Sieg. 2000. The applicability of Criterion 1 (Conservation of Biological Diversity) of the Montreal Process to rangeland sustainability. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 7:81-96.
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Klopfenstein, N.B., Kuhlman, E.G., Schumann, C.M., Dix, M.E. 2000. Biological control of forest pathogens. A. Forest Diseases. In: Coulson, J.R., Vail, P.V., Dix, M.E., Nordlund, D.A., and Kauffman, W.C., eds. 110 Years of Biological Control Research and development in the United States Department of Agriculture: 1883-1993. United States Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Research Service. pp. 455-458.

Kim, M.-S., Klopfenstein, N.B., McDonald, G.I., Arumuganathan, K., Vidaver, A.K 2000. Characterization of North American Armillaria species by nuclear DNA content and RFLP analysis. Mycologia 92: 874-883.
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Ganey, J. L.; Block, W. M.; King, R. M. 2000. Roost Sites of Radio-marked Mexican Spotted Owls in Arizona and New Mexico: Sources of Variability and Descriptive Characteristics. Journal of raptor research. Vol. 34, no. 4. p. 270-278.
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Neary, D.G., P.R. Robichaud, J.L. Beyers, K.R. Hubbert, J.L. Tenpas and B.E. Nelson. 2000. Post-fire burned area emergency rehabilitation treatments: Do they work in the southwest? In: Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest, Vol. 29.

Baker Jr., M.B. and P.F. Ffolliott. 2000. Contributions of watershed management research to ecosystem-based management in the Colorado River basin. In: Land stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Neary, D.G. 2000. Changing perceptions of watershed management from a retrospective viewpoint. In: Land Stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Baker, Jr., M.B. and D.J. Young. 2000. Dissemination of watershed management information through the World Wide Web. In: Land stewardship in the 21st century: the contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Lundquist, J.E. 2000. A method of estimating direct and indirect effects of Armillaria root disease and other small-scale forest disturbances on canopy gap size. Forest Science 46: 356-359.
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Dwyer, J. K. 2000. Response of secondary cavity-nesting birds to wildfire in ponderosa pine forests for northern Arizona. Northern Arizona University: M.S. Thesis. 59 p.
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Neary, D.G., L.F. DeBano and P.F. Ffolliott. 2000. Fire impacts on forest soils: A comparison to mechanical and chemical site preparation. In: Moser, W.K.; Moser, C.F. (eds.). Fire and forest ecology: Innovative silverculture and vegetation management. Tall Timbers Ecology Conference Proceedings, No. 21. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL. 85-94 pp.

Saab, V. A., and K. T. Vierling. 2000. Reproductive success of Lewis's woodpecker in burned pine and cottonwood riparian forests. The Condor. 103: 491-501.
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Overby, S. T., W. H. Moir, and G. T. Robertson. 2000. Soil and vegetation changes in a pinyon-juniper area in central Arizona after prescribed fire. In: P. F. Ffolliott, M. B. Baker Jr., C. B. Edminster, M. C. Dillon, and K. L. Mora, tech. cords. Poc. RMRS-P-13. Land stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management; 2000 March 13-16; Tucson, AZ. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 371-374.
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Baker, M.B., Jr., D. P. Huebner, and P.F. Ffolliott. 2000. Accessing a personalized bibliography with a searchable system on the World Wide Web. (53K PDF). Land stewardship in the 21st century: the contributions of watershed management: conference proceedings, Tucson, AZ. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 3 p.
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Huebner, D. P.., M.B. Baker, Jr., and P.F. Ffolliott. 2000. Increasing efficiency of information dissemination and collection through the World Wide Web. Land stewardship in the 21st century: the contributions of watershed management: conference proceedings, Tucson, AZ. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 4 p.
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Baker, M.B., Jr., D. P. Huebner, and P.F. Ffolliott. 2000. Documenting historical data and accessing it on the World Wide Web. Land stewardship in the 21st century: the contributions of watershed management: conference proceedings, Tucson, AZ. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 5 p.
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Baker, M.B., Jr., D. P. Huebner, and P.F. Ffolliott. 2000. An on-line image data base system: managing image collections. Land stewardship in the 21st century: the contributions of watershed management: conference proceedings, Tucson, AZ. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 4 p.
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Moir, W. H., J. A. Ludwig, and R. T. Scholes. 2000. Soil erosion and vegetation in grasslands of the Peloncillo Mountains, New Mexico. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 64: 1055-1067.
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Ward, Jr., J. P., and D. Salas. 2000. Adequacy of roost locations for defining buffers around Mexican spotted owl nests. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 28(3): 688-698.
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Ffolliott, P. F., G. J. Gottfried, and W. H. Kruse. 2000. Past, present, and potential utilization of pinyon-juniper species. In: S. B. Monsen, and R. Stevens, comps. Proc. RMRS-P-9. Proceedings: Ecology and management of pinyon-juniper communities within the Interior West; 1997 September 15-18; Provo, UT. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 254-259.
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Willey, D. W., and C. van Riper III. 2000. First-year movements by juvenile Mexican spotted owls in the Canyonlands of Utah. Journal of Raptor Research. 34(1):1-7.
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Conroy, C. J., J. R. Demboski, and J. A. Cook. 2000. Mammalian biogeography of the Alexandra Archipelago of Alaska: A north temperate nested fauna. Journal of Biogeography. 26(2): 343-352.
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Conroy, C. J., and J. A. Cook. 2000. Phylogeography of a post-glacial colonizer: Microtus longicaudus (Rodentia: Muridae). Molecular Ecology. 9(2): 165-175.
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Conant, R. T., J. M. Klopatek, and C. C. Klopatek. 2000. Environmental factors controlling soil respiration in three semiarid ecosystems. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 64(1): 383-390.
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Bowerman, W. W., D. A. Best, T. G. Grubb, J. G. Sikarskie, and J. P. Giesy. 2000. Assessment of environmental endocrine disruptors in bald eagles of the Great Lakes. Chemosphere. 41(2000): 1569-1574.
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Kyle, S. C. 2000. Small mammal abundance and habitat correlates following varied-severity wildfire in ponderosa pine-bunchgrass forests. Northern Arizona University: M.S. Thesis.125 p.
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Joy, S. M., R. M. Reich, and R. T. Reynolds. 2000. Modeling small-scale variability in the composition of goshawk habitat on the Kaibab National Forest. In: Proceedings of the Eighth Forest Service remote sensing applications conference: Remote sensing and geospatial technologies for the new millennium; 2000 April 10-14; Albuquerque, NM. Bethesda, MD: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing: 11 p.
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Jenness, J. S. 2000. The effects of fire on Mexican spotted owls in Arizona and New Mexico Northern Arizona University: M.S. Thesis. 131 p.
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Iniguez, J. M. 2000. Cover type and structural classification in the Sky Islands of southeastern Arizona Northern Arizona University: M.S. Thesis. 75 p.
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Grubb, T. G., and R. G. Lopez. 2000. Food habits of bald eagles wintering in northern Arizona. Journal of Raptor Research. 34(4): 287-292.
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May, C. A. 2000. Landscape scale analysis of Mexican spotted owl nest and roost habitat in central Arizona. Humboldt State University: M.S. Thesis. 37 p.

Geils, B.W. 2000. Establishment of white pine blister rust in New Mexico. HortTechnology. 10(3):528-529
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Pearson D. E., K. S. McKelvey , L. F. Ruggiero. 2000. Non-target effects of an introduced biological control agent on deer mouse ecology. Oecologia 122 : 121-128
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Neary, D.G., P.R. Robichaud and J.L. Beyers. 2000. Burned area emergency watershed rehabilitation: program goals, techniques, effectiveness, and future directions in the 21st century. In: Land Stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Neary, D.G., P.F. Ffolliott and K.N. Brooks. 2000. Increasing the visibility of watershed management as a land management profession. In: Land Stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Rinne, J.N. 2000. Fish and grazing relationships in southwestern national forests. In: Jemison, R.; Raish, C. (eds.). Livestock management in the American Southwest: Ecology, Society, and economics. Elsevier Science B.V., New York, NY. 329-371 pp.

Rinne, J.N. and D.G. Neary. 2000. Watersheds and fisheries relationships: State of Knowledge, southwestern United States. In: Land Stewardship in the 21st century: The contributions of watershed management. Proceedings, RMRS-P-13.
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Long, J. W. and B. M. Burnette. 2000. Restoration of Soldier Spring. P. 361-362 in P. F. Ffolliott, M. B. Baker, C. B. Edminster, B. Carleton, M. C. Dillon, and K. C. Mora, editors. Proceedings of Land stewardship in the 21st Century: The contributions of watershed management, RMRS-P-13. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO.
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Long, J. W. 2000. Restoration of Gooseberry Creek. P. 356-358 in P. F. Ffolliott, M. B. Baker, C. B. Edminster, B. Carleton, M. C. Dillon, and K. C. Mora, editors. Proceedings of Land Stewardship in the 21st Century: The contributions of watershed management, RMRS-P-13. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO.
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Long, J. W., and D. Endfield. 2000. Restoration of White Springs. Pages 359-360 in P. F. Ffolliott, M. B. Baker, C. B. Edminster, B. Carleton, M. C. Dillon, and K. C. Mora, editors. Proceedings of Land stewardship in the 21st Century: The contributions of watershed management, RMRS-P-13. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO.
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Slauson, L. A. 2000. Pollination biology of two chiropterophilous agaves in Arizona. American Journal of Botany. 87(6): 825-836.
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Hamelin, R.C., Hunt, R.S., Geils, B.W., Jensen, G.D., Jacobi, V., Lecours, N. 2000. Barrier to gene flow between eastern and western populations of Cronartium ribicola in North America. Phytopathology. 90:1073-1078.
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Neary, D.G., W.P. Clary and T.W. Brown, Jr. 2000. Applicability of montreal process criterion 4-soil and water conservation-to rangeland sustainability. International Journal of Sustaining Developmental World Ecology. 7: 128-137.

Boucher, P. F., W. M. Block, G. V. Benavidez, and L. E. Wiebe. 2000. Implementing the expanded prescribed fire program on the Gila National Forest, New Mexico : implications for snag management. IN: Fire and forest ecology: innovative silviculture and vegetation management, proceedings of the 21st Tall Timbers fire ecology conference, 14-16 April 1998, Tallahassee, Florida. p. 104-113.
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Dwyer, J.K., and W. M. Block. 2000. Effects of wildfire on densities of secondary cavity-nesting birds in ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona. In: W. Keith Moser and Cynthia E Moser (eds.). Fire and forest ecology: innovative silviculture and vegetation management. Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference Proceedings, No. 21. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL. Pages 151-156.
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Kyle, S. C. and W. M. Block. 2000. Effects of wildfire severity on small mammals in northern Arizona ponderosa pine forests. In: Fire and forest ecology: innovative silviculture and vegetation management, proceedings of the 21st Tall Timbers fire ecology conference, 14-16 April 1998, Tallahassee, Florida. p. 163-168
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Wagner, M. R., W. M. Block, B. W. Geils, and K. F. Wenger. 2000. Restoration ecology : a new forest management paradigm, or another merit badge for foresters? Journal of forestry. Vol. 98, no. 10 p. 22-27.
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Wisdom, M.J., R.S. Holthausen, B.C. Wales, C.D. Hargis, V. A. Saab, D.C. Lee, W.J. Hann, T.D. Rich, M.M. Rowland, W.J. Murphy, M.R. Eames. 2000. Source habitats for terrestrial vertebrates of focus in the Interior Columbia Basin: Broad-scale trends and management implications. USDA, Forest Service, General Technical Report PNW-GTR-485, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon.
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Johnson, V., D. Vanderzanden, H. Lachowski, V. A. Saab, L. Donohoo. 2000. Using landsat satellite imagery to evaluate fire-created habitat for cavity-nesting birds. USDA, Forest Service, Remote Sensing Tips RSAC-12-TIP1, Remote Sensing Applications Center, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Sands, A.R., S. Sather-Blair, and V. A. Saab. 2000. Sagebrush steppe wildlife: historical and current perspectives. Pages 27-35 In Proceedings: Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystems Symposium; Entwistle, P.G., A.M. DeBolt, J.H. Kaltenecker, and K. Steenhof, compilers. Bureau of Land Management Publication No. BLM/ID/PT-001001+1150, Boise, Idaho, USA.

Johnson, V., V. A. Saab, D. Vanderzanden, H. Lachowski, R. Brannon, and C. Crist. 2000. Using landsat satellite imagery to assess fire-created habitat for cavity-nesting birds. In Remote Sensing and Geospatial Technologies for the New Millennium; Proceedings of the Eighth Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Conference, 10-14 April 2000, Albuquerque, New Mexico, editor Greer, J.D. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. Published on CD-ROM.

Dixon, R.D., and V. A. Saab. 2000. Black-backed Woodpecker (Picoides arcticus). In: The Birds of North America. No. 509. (Poole, A. and Gill, F. eds.). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, and The American Ornithologists' Union, Washington D.C.
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Long, J. W. 2000. Cibecue watershed projects: Then, now, and in the future. Pages 227-233 in P. F. Ffolliott, M. B. Baker, C. B. Edminster, B. Carleton, M. C. Dillon, and K. C. Mora, editors. Proceedings of Land stewardship in the 21st Century: The contributions of watershed management, RMRS-P-13. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station,Fort Collins, CO.
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Schoettle, A.W., Rochelle, S.G. 2000. Morphological variation of Pinus flexilis (Pinaceae), a bird-dispersed pine, across a range of elevations. American Journal of Botany 87: 1797-1806.
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Pearson, D. E. 2000. Evidence of red-squirrel fall breeding in western Montana. Canadian Field-Naturalist 114(4):703-704.

McDaniel, G.J., K.S. McKelvey, J.R. Squires, and L.F. Ruggiero. 2000. Efficacy of lures and hair snares to detect lynx. Wildlife Society Bulletin 2000, 28(1):119-123.
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Buskirk, S.W., L.F. Ruggiero, and C.J. Krebs. 2000. Habitat fragmentation and interspecific competition: Implications for lynx conservation. Pages 83-100 in Ruggiero et al., Ecology and Conservation of Lynx in the United States. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.

McGarigal, K., S.A. Cushman, and S. Stafford. 2000. Multivariate Statistics for Wildlife and Ecology Research. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Neary, D.G., C.C. Klopatek, L.F. DeBano and P.F. Ffolliott. 2000. Fire effects on below ground sustainability: a review and synthesis. In: Forest Ecology and Management.

Aubry, Keith B. , Gary M. Koehler, John R. Squires. 2000. Ecology of Canada Lynx in Southern Boreal Forests. Pp. 373-396. Pages 373-396 in Ruggiero et al., Ecology and Conservation of Lynx in the United States. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.
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Cushman, S.A. and D.O. Wallin. 2000. Rates and patterns of landscape change in the Sikhote-alin Mountains, Russian Far East. Landscape Ecology 15(7): 643-659.

Tabor, G.M., Kubisiak, T., Klopfenstein, N.B., Hall, R.B., McNabb, H.S., Jr. 2000. Bulk segregant analysis identifies molecular markers linked to Melampsora medusae resistance in Populus deltoides. Phytopathology 90: 1039-1042. Phytopathology 90: 1039-1042.
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Robichaud, P.R., J.L. Beyers, and D.G. Neary 2000. Evaluating the effectiveness of postfire rehabilitation treatments USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-63

DeBano, L.F., M.B. Baker, Jr., and S.T. Overby 1999b. Managing chaparral in Yavapai county Chapter 4 In: Baker, M.B., Jr., compiler. History of research in the Central Highlands of Arizona USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report, RMRS-29

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Baker, M.B., Jr., L.F. DeBano, and P.F. Ffolliott 1999a. Changing values of riparian ecosystems In: History of research in the Central Highlands of Arizona USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RMRS-29

DeBano, L.F., M.B. Baker, Jr., and G.J. Gottfried 1999a. Providing water and forage in the Salt-Verde River Basin Chapter 3 In: Baker, M.B., Jr., comp. History of Watershed Research in the Central Arizona Highlands USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report, RMRS-29

McKelvey, Kevin S., K. B. Aubry, and Y. K. Ortega. 1999. History and Distribution of Lynx in the Contiguous United States. Pp. 207-264. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Ruggiero, Leonard F. , Michael K. Schwartz, Keith B. Aubry, Charles J. Krebs, Amanda Stanley, Steven W. Buskirk 1999. Species Conservation and Natural Variation Among Populations. Pp. 101-116. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Buskirk, Steven W. 1999. Habitat Fragmentation and Interspecific Competition: Implications for Lynx Conservation. Pp. 83-100. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Hodges, Karen E. 1999. Ecology of Snowshoe Hares in Southern Boreal and Montane Forests. Pp. 117-162. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Mowat, Garth, Kim G. Poole, Mark O'Donoghue. 1999. Ecology of Lynx in Northern Canada and Alaska. Pp. 265-306. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Agee, James K. 1999. Disturbance Ecology of North American Boreal Forests and Associated Northern Mixed/Subalpine Forests. Pp. 39-82. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Apps, Clayton D. 1999. Space-Use, Diet, Demographics, and Topographic Associations of Lynx in the Southern Canadian Rocky Mountains: A Study. Pp. 351-372. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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McKelvey, Kevin S., Keith B. Aubry, James K. Agee, Steven W. Buskirk, Leonard F. Ruggiero, Gary M. Koehler. 1999. Lynx Conservation in an Ecosystem Management Context. Pp. 397-418. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Ruggiero, Leonard F., Keith B. Aubry, Steven W. Buskirk, Gary M. Koehler, Charles J. Krebs, Kevin S. McKelvey, John R. Squires. 1999. The Scientific Basis for Lynx Conservation: Qualified Insights. Pp. 443-454. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Fleming, M. A., E. A. Ostrander, and J. A. Cook. 1999. Microsatellite markers for American mink (Mustela vison) and ermine (Mustela erminea). Molecular Ecology. 8(8): 1352-1354.
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Aubry,Keith B. , Leonard F. Ruggiero, John R. Squires, Kevin S. McKelvey, Gary M. Koehler, Steven W. Buskirk, Charles J. Krebs. 1999. Conservation of Lynx in the United States: A Systematic Approach to Closing Critical Knowledge Gaps. Pp. 455-470. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Ruggiero, Leonard F., Keith B. Aubry, Steven W. Buskirk, Gary M. Koehler, Charles J. Krebs, Kevin S. McKelvey, John R. Squires. 1999. Epilogue: The Scientific Basis for Lynx Conservation: Can We Get There From Here? Pp. 471-474. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Ganey, J. L. 1999. Snag density and composition of snag populations on two National Forests in northern Arizona. Forest Ecology and Management. 117(1999): 168-178.
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McKelvey, Kevin S., Yvette K. Ortega, Gary M. Koehler, Keith B. Aubry, and J. David Brittell. 1999. Canada Lynx Habitat and Topographic Use Patterns in North Central Washington: A Reanalysis. Pp. 307-336. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Delaney, D. K., T. G. Grubb, and P. Beier. 1999. Activity patterns of nesting Mexican spotted owls. The Condor. 101(2): 42-49.
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Buskirk, S. W., L. F. Ruggiero, K. B. Aubry, D. E. Pearson, J Squires, and K. S. McKelvey. 1999. Comparative ecology of lynx in North America. Pp. 397-417. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Pearson, D. E. 1999. Deer mouse predation on the biological control agent, Urophora spp., introduced to control spotted knapweed. Northwestern Naturalist 80(1): 26-29.
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Pearson, D. E. 1999. Small mammals of the Bitterroot National Forest: a literature review and annotated bibliography. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-25.
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Foresman, K. R., and D. E. Pearson. 1999. Activity patterns of American martens, fishers, snowshoe hares, and red squirrels in westcentral Montana. Canadian Field-Naturalist 113(3):1-4.

Brown, P.M. and C.H. Sieg. 1999. Historical variability in fire at the ponderosa pine - Northern Great Plains prairie ecotone, southeastern Black Hills, South Dakota. EcoScience 6(4):539-547.
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Bunkers, M. J., L. R. Johnson, J. R. Miller, and C. H. Sieg. 1999. Old Black Hills ponderosa pines tell a story. Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science 78:149-161.
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Sieg, C. H. and P. M. Wolken. 1999. Dynamics of a threatened orchid in flooded wetlands. North American Prairie Conference 16:193-201.
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Ruggiero, L. F. 1999. Preface: Ecology and Conservation of Lynx in the United States. Pp. 1-4. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

Sieg, C.H., C. H. Flather, and S. McCanny. 1999. Recent biodiversity patterns in the Great Plains: implications for restoration and management. Great Plains Research 9(2): 277-313.
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McKelvey, Kevin S., Steven W. Buskirk, Charles J. Krebs 1999. Theoretical Insights into the Population Viability of Lynx. Pp. 21-38. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Delaney, D. K., T. G. Grubb, P. Beier, L. L. Pater, and M. H. Reiser. 1999. Effects of helicopter noise on Mexican spotted owls. Journal of Wildlife Management. 63(1): 60-76.
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Demboski, J. R., K. D. Stone, and J. A. Cook. 1999. Further perspectives on the Haida Gwaii glacial refugium. Evolution. 53(6): 2008-2012.
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Ortega, Y. K., and D. E. Capen. 1999. Effects of forest roads on habitat quality for Ovenbirds in a forested landscape. Auk 116:937-946.
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Jemison, R., D.G. Neary and D. Pawelek. 1999. Restoration of mountain riparian rangeland meadows using designed runoff channels. In: Eldridge, David; Freudenberger, David, Eds. People and rangelands. building the future. Proceedings of the VI International Rangeland Congress; 1999 July 19-23; Townsville. Queensland, Australia, Aitkenvale, Queensland, Australia: VI International Rangeland Congress, Inc.; Vol 2: 698-699.

Ruggiero, L.F. , K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.). 1999. Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Baker, Jr., M.B., L.F. DeBano and P.F. Ffolliott. 1999. Changing values of riparian ecosystems. RP-RMRS-GTR-29. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 43-47.

White, G. C.; Block, W. M.; Ganey, J. L.; Moir, W. H.; Ward, J. P.; Franklin, A. B.; Spangle, S. L.; Rinkevich, S. E.; Vahle, J. R.; Howe, F. P.; Dick, Jr., J. L. Dick. 1999. Science Verses Political Reality in Delisting Criteria for a Threatened Species: the Mexican Spotted Owl Experience. Trans. 64th No. Am. Wildl. and Natur. Resour. Conf. p 292-306.
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Ruggiero, Leonard F. and Kevin S. McKelvey. 1999. Toward a Defensible Lynx Conservation Strategy: A Framework for Planning in the Face of Uncertainty. Pp. 5-20. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Hof, J., C. H. Sieg, and M. Bevers. 1999. Spatial and temporal optimization in habitat placement for a threatened plant: the case of the western prairie fringed orchid. Ecological Modeling 115: 61-75.
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Sureda, M., and M. L. Morrison. 1999. Habitat characteristics of small mammals in southeastern Utah. Great Basin Naturalist. 59(4): 323-330.
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Wisdom, M.J., B.C. Wales, R.S. Holthausen, C.D. Hargis, V. A. Saab, W.J. Hann, T.D. Rich, D.C. Lee, and M.M.. Rowland. 1999. Wildlife habitats in Forests of the Interior Northwest: history, status trends and critical issues confronting land managers. Pages 79-93. In Trans. 64th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference.

Saab, V. A. 1999. The importance of spatial scale to habitat use by breeding birds in cottonwood forests: a hierarchical analysis. Ecological Applications 9(1):135-151.
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Donovan, T.M., K.E. Freemark, B.A. Mauer, L. Petit, S.K. Robinson, and V. A. Saab. 1999. Setting local and regional objectives for the persistence of bird populations. In Bonney, R., D.N. Pashley, R.J. Cooper, and L. Niles, eds. Strategies for bird conservation: the Partners in Flight planning process. Proceedings of the 3rd Partners in Flight Workshop; 1995 October 1-5; Cape May, NJ. Electronic proceedings http://birds.cornell.edu/pifcapemay, and USDA Forest Service, Proceedings RMRS-P-16, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ogden, Utah.
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Moir, W. H., S. G. Rochelle, and A. W. Schoettle. 1999. Microscale patterns of tree establishment near upper treeline, Snowy Range, Wyoming, U.S.A. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 31(4): 379-388.
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Gottfried, G.J., L.F. DeBano, and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1999. Beginning of water studies in the Central Arizona Highlands. Chapter 2 In:Baker, M.B., Jr., comp. History of research in the Central Highlands of Arizona USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report, RMRS-29

DeBano, L.F., M.B. Baker, Jr. and S.T. Overby. 1999. Managing chaparral in Yavapai county. Res. Pap. RMRS-GTR-29. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 19-25.

Vapalahti, O., A. Lundkvist, and V. Fedorov. 1999. Isolation and characterization of a hantavirus from Lemmus sibiricus: Evidence for host switch during hantavirus evolution. Journal of Virology. 73(7): 5586-5592. (Additional authors: C. J. Conroy, S. Hirvonen, A. Plyusnina, K. Nemirov, K. Fredga, J. A. Cook, J. Niemimaa, A. Kaikusalo, H. Henttonen, A. Vaheri, and A. Plyusnin.)
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Stacey, P. B., and Hodgson, A. 1999. Biological diversity in montane riparian ecosystems: the case of the Mexican spotted owl. In: D. M. Finch, J. C. Whitney, J. F. Kelley, and S. R. Loftin, eds., In: Rio Grande ecosystems: linking land, water and people-toward a sustainable future for the Middle Rio Grande Basin; 1998 June 2-5; Albuquerque, NM. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; RMRS-P-7: 204-210.
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Slauson, L., V. Dalton, and D. Dalton. 1999. Effects of prescribed burning on the Palmer agave and the lesser long-nosed bat. In: G. J. Gottfried, L. G. Eskew, C. G. Curtin, and C. B. Edminster, comps. Proc. RMRS-P-10. Toward integrated research, land management, and ecosystem protection in the Maipai Borderlands: Conference Summary; 1999 January 06-08; Douglas, AZ. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 111-114.
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Ganey, J. L., S. Ackers, P. Fonken, J.S. Jenness, C. Kessler, K. Nodal, P. Shaklee, and E. Swarthout. 1999. Monitoring populations of Mexican Spotted Owls in Arizona and New Mexico: 1999 progress report.
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Seamans, M. E., R. J. Gutiérrez, C. A. May, and M. Z. Peery. 1999. Demography of two Mexican spotted owl populations. Conservation Biology. 13(4): 744-754.
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Seamans, M. E., and R. J. Gutiérrez. 1999. Diet competition and reproductive success of Mexican spotted owls. Journal of Raptor Research. 33(2): 143-148.
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Peery, M. Z., R. J. Gutiérrez, and M. E. Seamans. 1999. Habitat composition and configuration around Mexican spotted owl nest and roost sites in the Tularosa Mountains, New Mexico. Journal of Wildlife Management. 63(1): 36-43.
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Neary, D. G., C. C. Klopatek, L. F. DeBano, and P. F. Ffolliott. 1999. Fire effects on belowground sustainability: A review and synthesis. Forest Ecology and Management. 122: 51-71.

Morrison, M. L., L. S. Hall, S. K. Robinson, S. L. Rothstein, D. C. Hahn, and T. D. Rich. 1999. Research and management of the brown-headed cowbird in western landscapes. In: Studies in Avian Biology No. 18. Lawrence, KS: Allen Press, Inc.: 312 p.
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Zimmerman, J. C., L. E. DeWald, and P. G. Rowlands. 1999. Vegetation diversity in an interconnected ephemeral riparian system of north-central Arizona, USA. Biological Conservation. 90: 217-228.
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Rinne, J.N. 1999. The status of spikedace in the Verde River: Implications for management and research. In: Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest, Vol. 29.
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DeBano, L.F., M.B. Baker, Jr. and G.J. Gottfried. 1999. Providing water and forage in the salt Verde River basin. In: Res. Rap. RMRS-GTR-29. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 13-18.

Conroy, C. J., and J. A. Cook. 1999. MtDNA evidence for repeated pulses of speciation within arvicoline and murid rodents. Journal of Mammalian Evolution. 6(3): 221-245.
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Gottfried, G.J., L.F. DeBano and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1999. Beginning of water studies in the central Arizona highlands. In: Res. Pap. RMRS-GTR-29. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 7-12.

Squires, John R. and Tom Laurion. 1999. Lynx Home Range and Movements in Montana and Wyoming: Preliminary Results. Pp. 337-350. In L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires (eds.) Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States. RMRS-GTR-30WWW. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Marriott, B., S. Shipley, D. Patton, H. Hooper and D.G. Neary. 1999. Proceedings supplement, 1998-1999 annual reports. In: Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. Proceedings, Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 43rd annual meeting; 1999 April 17; Flagstaff, AZ. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University; Volume 34: 64.

Medina, A.L. 1999. Nonnative ungulates and native plant interactions in the southwest. In: native plant society of New Mexico, comp., wetland and riparian plant communities of central New Mexico. New Mexico Native Plant Society 1999 Symposium Proceedings; 1999 August 26-29; Albuquerque, NM. Albuquerque, NM Native Plant Society of New Mexico: 28-38.

Gottfried, G. J., P. F. Ffolliott, and M. B. Baker Jr. 1999. Measurement of historical inventory locations to assess changes in forests and woodlands in Arizona. In: J. D. Cook, and B. P. Oswald, comps. First biennial north American forest ecology workshop; 1997 June 24-26; Raleigh, NC. Stevens Point, WI: University of Wisconsin: 51-64.

Neary, D.G., W.P. Clary and R.L. Jemison. 1999. The Santiago Declaration of Forest Sustainability: Soil and water indicators for rangelands. In: Eldridge, David; Freudenberger, David, eds., People and rangelands. Building the future. Townsville, Queensland, Australia. Fyshwick, Australian Capital Territory, Australia: elect printing: 703-704.

Barrowclough, G. F., R. J. Gutiérrez, and J. G. Groth. 1999. Phylogeography of spotted owl (Strix occidentalis) populations based on mitochondrial DNA sequences: Gene flow, genetic structure, and a novel biogeographic pattern. Evolution. 53(3): 919-931.
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Pawelek, D., R. Jemison and D.G. Neary. 1999. A constructed wet meadow model for forested lands in the southwest. In: Finch, Deborah M.; Whitney, Jeffrey C.; Kelly, Jeffrey; Loftin, Samuel R., eds. Rio Grande ecosystems: linking, land, water and people; 1999 June 02-05; Albuquerque, NM. proc. RMRS-p-7. Ogden, UT: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; 7: 97-98.

Ganey J. L., S. Ackers, P. Fonken, J. S. Jenness, C. Kessler, K. Nodal, P. Shaklee, and E. Swarthout. 1999. Monitoring Population Trends of Mexican Spotted Owls in Arizona and New Mexico: 1999 Progress Report. Progress report. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station 2500 South Pine Knoll Drive, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 23 November 1999.
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Rinne, J.N. 1999. Fish and grazing relationships: the facts and some pleas. Fisheries. 24 (8): 12-21.
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Rinne, J.N. and J.A. Stefferud. 1999. Single versus multiple species management: native fishes of Arizona. Forest Ecology and Management. 114 (2-3): 357-365.

Rosen, J., R.L. Jemison, D. Pawelek and D.G. Neary. 1999. Using GIS technology to analyze and understand wet meadow ecosystems. In: Finch, Deborah M.; Whitney, Jeffrey C.; Kelly, Jeffrey; Loftin, Samuel R., Eds. Rio Grande ecosystems: linking, land, water and people; 1999 June 2-5; Albuquerque, NM. proc. RMRS-p-7. Ogden, UT: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; 7: 175-179.

Sun, G.E., H. Riekerk and N.B. Comerford. 1999. Modeling the hydrologic impacts of forest harvesting on Florida flatwood. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 34(4): 843-854.

Barrowclough, G. F., and J. G. Groth. 1999. Demographic inferences from coalescent patterns; mtDNA sequences from a population of Mexican spotted owls. In: N. J. Adams, and R. H. Slotow, eds. Proceedings of the 22nd International Ornithological Congress; 1998 August 16-22; Durban, South Africa. Johannesburg, South Africa: Birdlife South Africa: 1914-1921.
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Ffolliott, P. F., L. F. DeBano, G. J. Gottfried, D. P. Huebner, and C. B. Edminster, Compilers. 1999. A Bibliography for the Northern Madrean Biogeographic Province. USDA Forest Service Res. Note RMRS-RN-7.
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Geils, B. W., D. A. Conklin, and E. P. Van Arsdel. 1999. A preliminary hazard model of white pine blister rust for the Sacramento Ranger District, Lincoln National Forest. Fort Collins, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 1999. 6 p. Research note RMRS ; RN-6.
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Baker, Jr., M.B. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1999. Interdisciplinary land use along the Mogollon Rim. Res. Pap. RMRS-GTR-29. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 27-34.

Neary, D.G., G.J. Gottfried, L.F. DeBano and P.F. Ffolliott. 1999. Post-wildfire erosion in the southwest: causes and control. In: Gottfried, Gerald J., ed., Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest: proceedings of the 1998 meeting of the hydrology section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science; 1998 April 18-20; Glendale, AZ. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona; Volume 28: 59-67.

Schwartz MK, Tallmon DA, and Luikart G. 1999. Using genetics to estimate the size of wild populations: many methods, much potential, uncertain utility. Animal Conservation 2: 320-322.

Spruell, P., K. L. Pilgrim, B. A. Greene, C. Habicht, K. L. Knudsen, K. R. Lindner, G. K. Sage, J. E. Seeb, and F. W. Allendorf. 1999. Inheritance of nuclear DNA markers in gynogenetic haploid pink salmon. Journal of Heredity 90:289-296.

Hall, L. S., and R. W. Mannan. 1999. Multiscaled habitat selection by elegant trogons in southeastern Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management. 63(2): 451-461.
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Hiruki LM, Schwartz MK, and Boveng PL. 1999. Social and hunting behavior of the leopard seal on Seal Island, Antarctica. Journal of Zoology 249: 97-109.

Schwartz MK, Boness DJ, Majluf P, Schaeff C, and Fleischer R. 1999. Extra-pair mating: an epiphenomenon for the Humboldt penguin? Behavioral Ecology 10: 242-250

Baker, M.B., Jr., L. DeBano and P.F. Ffolliott 1999. Changing Values of Riparian Ecosystems Chapter 7 in: Malchus B. Baker Jr. (compiler). 1999. History of Watershed Research in the Central Arizona Highlands USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-29, Ft. Collins, CO

Ffolliott, P.F. 1999. Central Arizona Highlands Chapter 1 in Malchus B. Baker Jr. (compiler). 1999. History of Watershed Research in the Central Arizona Highlands. Ft. Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-29,

Gottfried G.J., L.F. DeBano, and P.F. Ffolliott. 1999. Creating a Basis for Watershed Management in High Elevation Forests. Chapter 6 in Malchus B. Baker Jr. (compiler). 1999. History of Watershed Research in the Central Arizona Highlands Ft. Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-29,

Ffolliott, P.F., L.F. DeBano and M.B. Baker. 1998. A short history of the Arizona watershed program. In: Gottfried, Gerald J.; Ed. Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest: proceedings of the 1998 meeting of the hydrology section Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science; 1998 April 18; Glendale, AZ. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: 1-12.

Grubb, T. G., L. L. Pater, and D. K. Delaney. 1998. Logging truck noise near nesting northern goshawks. Res. Note. RMRS-RM-3. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 2 p.
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Michael K. Schwartz, David A. Tallmon and Gordon Luikart. 1998. Review of DNA-based census and effective population size estimators. Animal Conservation (1998) 1, 293-299.
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Ffolliott, P.F. 1998. Comparisons of dissolved chemical concentration in Arizona snow pact and snowmelt. In: Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science: 9-11.

Baker, M.B., Jr., L.F. DeBano, P.F. Ffolliott, and G.J. Gottfried 1998. Riparian-watershed linkages in the Southwest In: Potts, D.E., editor. Rangeland management and water resources: Proceedings AWRA Specialty Conference, American Water Resources Association, Herndibm Virginia, pp. 347-357

Ffolliott, P.F., L.F. DeBano, G.J. Gottfried, M.B. Baker, Jr. and C.B. Edminster. 1998. Hydrologic information in the madrean biographic province: a bibliography for planners, managers, and research workers. In: Gottfried, Gerald J.; Ed. Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest: proceedings of the 1998 meeting of the hydrology section Arizona-Nevada academy of science; 1998 April 18; Glendale, AZ. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: 84-86.

Gavin, T. A., R. T. Reynolds, S. M. Joy, D. Leslie, and B. May. 1998. Genetic evidence for low frequency of extra-pair fertilizations in northern goshawks The Condor. 100(3): 556-560.
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Ganey, J. L., W. M. Block, J. S. Jenness, and R. A. Wilson. 1998. Mexican spotted owl home range and habitat use in pine-oak forest: Implications for forest management. Forest Science. 45(1): 127-135.
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Block, W. M., M. L. Morrison, and P. E. Scott. 1998. Development and evaluation of habitat models for herpetofauna and small mammals. Forest science. Vol. 44, no. 3, p. 430-437.
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Baker, Jr., M.B., L.F. DeBano, P.F. Ffolliott and G.J. Gottfried. 1998. Riparian-watershed linkages in the southwest. In: Potts, D.F., ed. Proceedings, AWRA Specialty Conference, Rangeland Management and water resources: 347-357.

Baker, M.B., Jr. and P.F. Ffolliott 1998. Multiple resource evaluations on the Beaver Creek watershed: An annotated bibliography of 40 years of investigations USDA Forest Service, Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-13

Huckaby, L. S., and W. H. Moir. 1998. Forest communities at Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado. The Southwestern Naturalist. 43(2): 204-218.

Demboski, J. R., B. K. Jacobsen, and J. A. Cook. 1998. Implications of cytochrome b sequence variation for biogeography and conservation of the northern flying squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus) of the Alexander Archipelago, Alaska. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 76(9): 1771-1777,
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DeBano, L.F. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1998. The effect of hydrophobic soils on infiltration, runoff, and erosion in wildland soils. In: Gottfried, Gerald J.; Ed. Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest: proceedings of the 1998 meeting of the hydrology section Arizona-Nevada academy of science; 1998 April 18; Glendale, AZ. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona: p. 52.

Baker, Jr., M.B. 1998. Hydrology and watershed management in semi-arid grasslands. In: Tellman, Barbara; Finch, Deborah M.; Edminster, Carl; Hamre, Robert. Eds. The future of arid grasslands: identifying issues, seeking solutions; 1996 September 10-13; Tucson, AZ. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; RMRS-P-3: 158-169.

DeBano, L.F., D.G. Neary and P.F. Ffolliott. 1998. Fire's effects on ecosystems. New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons. 333 p.

DeBano, L.F., M.B. Baker, Jr. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1998. Evaluating the effect of fire on dissolved constituents in stream flow: A commentary. In Hydrology and water resources in Arizona and the southwest. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science: 33-38.

Bush, B.P., C.K. McMahon, D.G. Neary and J.W. Taylor. 1998. Exposure from burning pesticide-treat wood, Project Summary. Cooperative Extension Service: 65 p.

Benavides-Solorio, Juan de Dios. 1998. Calibracion y validacion del modelo hidrologico SWRRB en la cuenca forestal el carrizal, Tapalpa, Jalisco. institucionde ensenanza e investigacion en ciencias agricolas: M.S. Thesis. 261.

Baker, Jr., M.B. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1998. Multiple resource evaluations on the Beaver Creek watershed: An annotated bibliography (1956-1996). General Tech. Report RMRS-GTR-13. USDA Forest Service: 69 p.

Rumble, M. A., C. H. Sieg, D. W. Uresk, and J Javersak. 1998. Native woodlands and birds of South Dakota: past and present. Research Paper RM-6. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Sieg, C. H. and H. A. Wright. 1998. Synopsis: the role of prescribed burning in regenerating Quercus macrocarpa and associated woody plants in stringer woodlands in the Black Hills, South Dakota. Pages 28-29 In Schaefer, P.R., ed. Home on the range? trees and shrubs on western rangelands. Proceedings, 2nd Annual Meeting of the Plains and Prairie Forestry Association of North America. June 24-27, 1997. Rapid City, SD.
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Sieg, C. H. and R. Fletcher. 1998. Fire nourishes biological diversity in the Northern Great Plains. Forestry Research West 4/98 issue, pp. 28-32.
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Baker, Jr., M.B., L.F. DeBano and P.F. Ffolliott. 1998. Hydrologic regimes in chaparral on the Battle Flat demonstration area. In: Hydrology and Water resources in Arizona and the southwest. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science: 25-32.

Klopatek, J. M., R. T. Conant, J. M. Francis, M. Joyce, R. A. Malin, K. L. Murphy, and C. C. Klopatek. 1998. Implications of patterns of carbon pools and fluxes across a semiarid environmental gradient. Landscape and Urban Planning. 39(4): 309-317.

Pilgrim, K. P., S. H. Forbes and D. K. Boyd. 1998. Testing for wolf-coyote hybridization in the Rocky Mountains using mitochondrial DNA. Journal of Wildlife Management 62(2):683-689.
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Delaney, D. K., and T. G. Grubb. 1998. An Infrared Video Camera System for Monitoring Diurnal and Nocturnal Raptors. J. Raptor Res. 32(4):290-296.
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Murphy, K. L., J. M. Klopatek, and C. C. Klopatek. 1998. The effects of litter quality and climate on decomposition along an elevational gradient. Ecological Applications. 8(4): 1061-1071.

Bowerman, W. W., D. A. Best, T. G. Grubb, G. M. Zimmerman, and J. P. Glesy. 1998. Trends of contaminants and effects in bald eagles of the Great Lakes Basin. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 53: 197-212.
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Reynolds, R. T., and B. D. Linkhart. 1998. Flammulated Owl. In: Glinski, Richard L. ed., The raptors of Arizona. Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona Press: 140-144.
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Johnson, C. L., and R. T. Reynolds. 1998. A new trap design for capturing spotted owls. Journal of Raptor Research. 32(2): 181-182.
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Sureda, M., and M. L. Morrison. 1998. Habitat use by small mammals in southeastern Utah with reference to Mexican spotted owl management. Great Basin Naturalist 58(1): 76-81.
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Aigner, P. A., W. M. Block, and M. L. Morrison. 1998. Effect of Firewood Harvesting on Birds in a California Oak-Pine Woodland. Journal of Wildlife Management 62(2):485-496.
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Block, W. M., and M. L. Morrison. 1998. Habitat Relationships of Amphibians and Reptiles in California Oak Woodlands. Journal of Herpetology, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 51-60.
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Ganey, J. L., W. M. Block, J. K. Dwyer, B. E. Strohmeyer, and J. S. Jenness. 1998. Dispersal Movements and Survival Rates of Juvenile Mexican Spotted Owls in Northern Arizona. Wilson Bulletin: Vol. 110(2). pp. 206-217.
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Ward, Jr., J. P., R. J. Gutièrrez, and B. R. Noon. 1998. Habitat selection by northern spotted owls: the consequences of prey selection and distribution. The Condor. 100(1): 79-92.
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Lance, E. W., and J. A. Cook. 1998. Biogeography of tundra voles (Microtus oeconomus) of Beringia and the southern coast of Alaska. Journal of Mammalogy. 79(1): 53-65.

Willey, D. W., and C. van Riper III. 1998. Ecology of Mexican spotted owls (Strix occidentalis lucida) in the Canyonlands of southern Utah and potential relationships to the GSENM. In: Hill, L.M., ed. Learning from the land: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Science Symposium Proceedings; 1997 November 04-05; Salt Lake City, UT. Salt Lake City, UT: U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management: 219-228.

Ganey, J. L., and C. M. Dargan. 1998. Avian conservation on National Forest System lands: linking research and management. In: Marzluff, John M.; Sallabanks, Rex, eds. Avian conservation: research and management. Washington, DC: 439-443.
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Reynolds, R.T., and S.M. Joy. 1998. Distribution, territory occupancy, dispersal, and demography of northern goshawks on the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona. Final Report for Arizona Game and Fish Heritage Project Number 194045.
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Saab, V. A. and J. G. Dudley 1998. Responses of cavity-nesting birds to stand-replacement fire and salvage logging in ponderosa pine/Douglas-fir forests of southwestern Idaho. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Research Paper, RMRS-RP-11.
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Foresman, K. R., and D. E. Pearson. 1998. Comparison of proposed survey procedures for detection of forest carnivores. Journal of Wildlife Management 62(3):1217-1226.

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Heidmann, L. J., P. F. Ffolliott, and G. J. Gottfried. 1997. Thirty-year growth and yield of a ponderosa pine plantation in Arizona. In: Res. Note RM-537. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 1-6.
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Finch, D. M., and W. M. Block. 1997. Introduction. In: Songbird ecology in southwestern ponderosa pine forests: a literature review. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-292. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 1-2.
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Keitt, T., D. Urban, and B. T. Milne. 1997. Detecting critical scales in fragmented landscapes. Conservation Ecology. 1(1): 16-18.
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Johnson, C. L. 1997. Distribution, habitat, and ecology of the Mexican spotted owl in Colorado. Greeley, CO: University of Northern Colorado. 78 p. Thesis.

Hall, L. S., M. L. Morrison, and W. M. Block. 1997. Songbird status and roles. In: Songbird ecology in southwestern ponderosa pine forests: a literature review. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-292. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 69-88.
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Morrison, M. L., P. R. Krausman, M. Sureda, and L. M. Fox. 1997. Literature on wildlife research in the Madrean archipelago. 1800's-1994. In: Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-290. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Experiment Station: 54 p.
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Finch, D. M., J. L. Ganey, W. Yong, R. T. Kimball, and R. Sallabanks. 1997. Effects and Interactions of Fire, Logging, and Grazing. In: Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-292. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 103-136.
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Linkhart, B. D., and R. T. Reynolds. 1997. Territories of flammulated owls: is occupancy a measure of habitat quality? In: J. R. Duncan, D. H. Johnson, and T. H. Nicholls, eds., Biology and conservation of owls in the northern hemisphere, second international symposium; 1997 February 5-9; Manitoba, Canada. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-190. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experimental Station: 250-254.
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Baker, M.B., Jr. and A.L. Medina 1997. Fisheries and stream restoration in the Southwest: A critical review In: Warwick, J.J., ed. Proceedings of the AWRA Annual Symposium, Water Resources Education, Training, and Practice: Opportunities for the Next Century. TPS-97-1. 407-415 Hendon, Virginia: American Water Resources Association

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Block, W. M. and D. M. Finch technical editors. 1997. Songbird Ecology in Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests: A Literature Review. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-292. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Fort Collins, CO: 152 p.
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Aigner, P. A., W. M. Block, and M. L. Morrison. 1997. Design recommendations for point counts of birds in California oak-pine woodlands: power, sample size, and count stations versus visits. In: N. H. Pillsbury, J. Verner, W. D. Tietje, tech. coords. Proceedings of a symposium on oak woodlands: ecology, management, and urban interface issues; 1996 March 19-22; San Luis Obispo, CA. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-160. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station: 431-439.
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Marzluff, J. M. 1997. Effects of urbanization and recreation on songbirds. In: Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-292. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 89-102.
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Block, W. M., D. M. Finch, J. L. Ganey, and W H. Moir 1997. Summary. Songbird ecology in southwestern ponderosa pine forests: a literature review. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-292. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 145-150.
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Rich, K. M., and P. Mehlhop. 1997. Landscape dynamics and considerations. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-292. Fort Collins, CO. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 137-144.
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Evans, K. E., ed. 1997. Research needs for forest and rangeland management in Arizona and New Mexico. In: Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-291. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 27 p.
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Raish, C., W. Yong, and J. Marzluff. 1997. Contemporary human uses of southwestern ponderosa pine forests. In: Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-292. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 28-42.
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Graham, R. T., T. B. Jain, R. T. Reynolds, and D. A. Boyce. 1997. The role of fire in sustaining northern goshawk habitat in Rocky Mountain forests. In: J. M. Greenlee, ed. Proceedings of the first conference on fire effects on rare and endangered species and habitats; 1995 November 13-16; Fairfield, WA: International Association of Wildland Fire: 69-76.

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Grubb, T. G., and W. W. Bowerman. 1997. Variations in breeding bald eagle responses to jets, light planes and helicopters. Journal of Raptor Research. 31(3): 213-222.
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Grubb, T. G., and R. G. Lopez. 1997. Ice fishing by wintering bald eagles in Arizona. Wilson Bulletin. 109(3): 546-548.
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Baltosser, W. W., and P. E. Scott. 1997. Costa's Hummingbird. In: Life histories for the 21st Century. Philadelphia, PA. The Academy of Natural Sciences: 32 p.
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Ganey, J. L., W. M. Block, J. S. Jenness, and R. A. Wilson. 1997. Comparative habitat use of sympatric Mexican spotted and great horned owls. Journal of Wildlife Research. 2(2): 115-123.
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Brussaard, L., V. M. Behan-Pelletier, D. E. Bignell, [and others]. 1997. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in soil. Ambio. 26(8): 563-570.
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Arsenault D. P., A. Hodgson, and P. B. Stacey. 1997. Dispersal movements of juvenile Mexican Spotted owls (Strix occidentalis lucida) in New Mexico. Pages 47-57 in J. R. Duncan, D. H. Johnson, and T. H. Nicholls, editors. Biology and conservation of owls of the northern hemisphere. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NC-190.
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Sieg, C. H. 1997. The role of fire in conserving the biological diversity on native rangelands of the Northern Great Plains. Pages 31-38 In D. W. Uresk and G. L. Schenbeck (eds). Proceedings of the symposium on Conserving Diversity of the Northern Great Plains. August 17, 1995. Fort Robison State Park, Nebraska. General Technical Report RM-298. Fort Collins, Co: USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Kirby, D. R., T. P. Hanson, and C. H. Sieg. 1997. Diets of Angora goats grazing leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) infested rangeland. Weed Technology 11:734-738.
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DeBano, L. F., G. J. Gottfried, J. Villanueva-Diaz, P. F. Ffolliott, and D. Valdez-Zamudio. 1996. Initial assessment of fire-damaged mesquite trees following an illegal burn. In: P. F. Ffolliott, L. F. DeBano, M. B. Baker, G. J. Gottfried, G. Solis-Garza, C. B. Edminster, and R. H. Hamre, eds. Effects of fire on Madrean province ecosystems-a symposium proceedings; 1996 March 11-15; Tucson, AZ. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-289. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 226-228.
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Brown, P. M. and C. H. Sieg. 1996. Fire history in interior ponderosa pine communities of the Black Hills, South Dakota, USA. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 6 (3): 97-105.
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Franklin, A. B., R. J. Gutiérrez, B. R. Noon, and J. P. Ward, Jr. 1996. Demographic characteristics and trends of northern spotted owl populations in northwestern California. In: Studies in avian biology. 17. Camarillo, CA/USA: Cooper Ornithological Society: 83-91.
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Hodgson, A. 1996. Dispersal and habitat use of Mexican spotted owls in New Mexico Reno, NV: University of Nevada. 91 p. Thesis.

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Christoferson, L. L. 1996. Defining breeding habitat for painted redstarts, solitary vireos, and western wood-pewees in riparian areas of southeastern Arizona. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona. 71 p. Thesis.

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Sieg, C. H. and H. A. Wright. 1996. The role of prescribed burning in regenerating Quercus macrocarpa and associated woody plants in stringer woodlands in the Black Hills, South Dakota and Wyoming. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 6(1): 21-29.
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Hawksworth, F. G. and D. Wiens. 1996. Dwarf Mistletoes: Biology, Pathology, and Systematics. Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1996. xii, 410 p. Agriculture handbook no. 709.
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Gartner, R. F. and C. H. Sieg. 1996. South Dakota rangelands: more than a sea of grass. Rangelands 18(6):212-216.
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Gutiérrez, R. J., and S. Harrison. 1996. Applying metapopulation theory to spotted owl management: a history and critique. In: McCullough, Dale R., ed. Metapopulations and wildlife conservation. Washington, DC: Island Press: 167-185.

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Neary, D. G., S. A. Overby, G. J. Gottfried, and M. J. Perry. 1996. Nutrients in fire-dominated ecosystems. In: P. F. Ffolliott, L. F. DeBano, M. B. Baker, G. J. Gottfried, G. Solis-Garza, C. B. Edminster, D. G. Neary, L. S. Allen, and R. H. Hamre, eds. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-289; 1996 March 11-15, Tucson, AZ. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 107-117.

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Ganey J. L., W. M. Block, and P. F. Boucher. 1996. Effects of Fire on Birds in Madrean Forests and Woodlands. In: P. F. Ffolliott, L. F. DeBano, M. B. Baker, G. J. Gottfried, G. Solis-Garza, C. B. Edminster, D. G. Neary, L. S. Allen, R. H. Hamre, eds. Gen Tech. Rep. RM-289; 1996 March 11-15; Tucson, AZ. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 146-154.
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Overby, S.T. and H.M. Perry 1996. Direct effects of prescribed fire on available nitrogen and phosphorus in an Arizona chaparral watershed Arid Soil Research and Rehabilitation. 10:347-357

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Covington, W., and P. K. Wagner. 1996. Conference on adaptive ecosystem restoration and management: restoration of cordilleran conifer landscape of North America; 6-8 June 1995; Flagstaff, AZ/USA. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-278. Fort Collins, CO/USA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 91 p.
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MacDonald, S. O., and J. A. Cook. 1996. The land mammal fauna of southeast Alaska. The Canadian Field-Naturalist. 110(4): 571-598.

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Moir, W. H., and R. Fletcher. 1996. Forest diversity in New Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science. 36: 232-254.

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Aigner, P. A. 1996. Effects of firewood harvesting on avian abundance and guild structure in a California oak-pine woodland. Northern Arizona University. 117 p. Thesis.
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Morrison, M. L., W. M. Block, L. S. Hall, L. L. Christoferson, and J. A. Martin. 1996. Linking research and management: conceptual designs and case studies. North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. 61: 463-471.
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Shaw, D. W. and D. M. Finch, tech coords. 1996. Desired future conditions for Southwestern riparian ecosystems: Bringing interests and concerns together. 1995 Sept. 18-22, 1995; Albuquerque, NM. General Technical Report RM-GTR-272. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 359 p.
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Reynolds, R. T., W. M. Block, and D. A. Boyce, Jr. 1996. Using ecological relationships of wildlife as templates for restoring southwestern forests. In: W. Covington, and P. K. Wagnee, tech. coords. Conference on adaptive ecosystem restoration and management; Fort Collins, CO/USA. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-278. Fort Collins, CO/USA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 35-43.
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Overby, S. T., and H. M. Perry. 1996. Direct effects of prescribed fire on available nitrogen and phosphorus in an Arizona chaparral watershed. Arid Soil Research and Rehabilitation. 10: 347-357.

Swetnam, Thomas W. and Christopher H. Baisan 1996. Historical Fire Regime Patterns in the Southwestern United States since AD 1700 pp. 11-32 In Craig D. Allen (tech ed.) Fire Effects in Southwestern Forests: Proceedings of the Second La Mesa Fire Symposium Los Alamos, NM March 29-31, 1994. General Technical Report RM-GTR-286. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.

Ladyman, Juanita A. R. 1996. Distribution and Biology of Trifolium longipes subsp, neurophyllum (Greene) pp. 262-269 In Maschinski, Joyce H. David Hammond and Louella Holter (tech eds.) Southwestern Rare and Endangered Plants: Proceedings of the Second Conference, Flagstaff AZ, September 11-14, 1995. General Technical Report RM-GTR-283. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.

Rosgen, D.L. 1996. Applied river morphology: Pagosa Springs, CO Wildland Hydrology. 136p.

Phillips, Barbara G., Ronald Popowski, Clark Franz and Peter Warren 1996. Conservation Assessment and Strategy for Cimicifuga Arizonica Watson (Arizona Bugbane) on the Coconino and Kaibab National Forests pp. 213-218 In Maschinski, Joyce H. David Hammond and Louella Holter (tech eds.) Southwestern Rare and Endangered Plants: Proceedings of the Second Conference, Flagstaff AZ, September 11-14, 1995. General Technical Report RM-GTR-283. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.

Dong, C. 1996. Effects of vegetative manipulations on sediment concentrations in northern-central Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Lopes, V.L., P.F. Ffolliott, G.J. Gottfried, M.B. Baker, Jr. 1996. Sediment rating curves for pinyon-juniper watersheds in north-central Arizona Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 26:29-33

Muldavin , Esteban H., Robert L. DeVelice and Frank Ronco, Jr. 1996. A Classification of Forest Habitat Types Southern Arizona and Portions of the Colorado Plateau General Technical Report RM-GTR-287. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.

Bellsey, Robert L. and David Mount 1996. Analysis of Rumex orthoneurus, a rare species in Arizona, using RAPD markers and polymorohisms in rbcL pp. 60-67 In Maschinski, Joyce H. David Hammond and Louella Holter (tech eds.) Southwestern Rare and Endangered Plants: Proceedings of the Second Conference, Flagstaff AZ, September 11-14, 1995 General Technical Report RM-GTR-283. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.

Ffolliott, P.F. and K.N. Brooks 1996. Process studies in forest hydrology: A worldwide review In: Singh, V.P., and B. Kumar, eds. Surface-Water Hydrology. 1-18. The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers

Wigdor, Y., V.L. Lopes, and P.F. Ffolliott 1996. Comparison of sediment discharge predictions for small watersheds in the southwestern United States International Journal of Sediment Research 11:22-33

DeBano, L.F., M.B. Baker, Jr., P.F. Ffolliott, and D.G. Neary 1996. Fire severity and watershed resource response in the Southwest Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 26:39-43

Eskandari, A., P.F. Ffolliott, and F. Szidarovszky 1995d. Uncertainty and method choice in discrete multiobjective programming problems Applied Mathematics and Computations 69:335-351

Eskandari, A., P.F. Ffolliott, and F. Szidarovszky 1995c. Decision support system in watershed management In: Ward, T.J., ed. 1995. Watershed management: Planning for the 21st century. American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, pp. 208-217

Ffolliott, P.F. 1995b. The Salt River Project: A case study of river basin development and management in the United States In: Papers for the Seminar on Chiangjiang Water and Soil Conservation and Environmental Protection, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, China, pp. 94-60. (Chinese)

Eskandari, A., P.F. Ffolliott, and F. Szidarovszky 1995b. Decision support system in watershed management under uncertainty In: Mousavi, S.F., and M. Karamooz, eds. Regional Conference on Water Resources Management, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran, August 28-30, 1995, pp. 155-164

Ffolliott, P.F. 1995a. Computer simulation techniques for planning and analysis of natural resource management In: Wang, L., and K.N. Brooks, eds. 1995. Soil and water conservation and environmental protection on the upper and middle reaches of the Changjiang River Basin. Chinese Forestry Press, Beijing, China, pp. 161-168. (Chinese)

Eskandari, A., P.F. Ffolliott, and F. Szidarovszky 1995a. Uncertainty in multicriterion watershed management problems Technology: Journal of the Franklin Institute 332A:199-307

Sieg, C. H. and R. King. 1995. Influence of environmental factors and preliminary demographic analysis of a threatened orchid, Platanthera praeclara. American Midland Naturalist. 134: 307-323.
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Toure, B. 1995. Soil moisture and moisture stress of C3 and C4 grasses along an environmental gradient. Tempe, AZ/USA: Arizona State University. 73 p. Thesis.

Dick, Jr., J. L., J. L. Ganey, and W. H. Moir. 1995. Definitions of forest over cover types. In: W. M. Block, F. Clemente, J. F. Cully, J. L. Dick, Jr., A. B. Franklin, and J. L. Ganey, comps., eds. Recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl, vol. I. Albuquerque, NM/USA: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 52-58.
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Duncan, R. B., and S. M. Speich. 1995. Spotted owl banding in sub-Mogollon Arizona, dispersal and movement: Current knowledge. North American Bird Bander 20(3):151.

Kruse, W. H., and H. M. Perry. 1995. Ecosystem management research in an "old growth" pinon-juniper woodland. In: Desired future conditions for pinon-juniper ecosystems; 1994 August 8-12; Flagstaff, AZ. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-258. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 219-224.
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Grubb, T. G. 1995. Food habits of bald eagles breeding in the Arizona desert. Wilson Bulletin. 107(2): 258-274.
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Zabel, C. J., K. McKelvey, and J. P. Ward Jr. 1995. Influence of primary prey on home-range size and habitat-use patterns of northern spotted owls (Strix occidentialis caurina). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 73: 433-439.
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Klopatek, C. C., K. L. Murphy, J. Rosen, J. R. Obst, and J. M. Klopatek. 1995. Preliminary results of decomposition and cellulose degradation along an environmental gradient in northern Arizona. In: Desired future conditions for pinon-juniper ecosystems; 1994 August 8-12; Flagstaff, AZ. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-258. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 46-53.
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Sieg, C. H., D. M. Meko, A. T. DeGaetano, J. R. Miller, M. J. Bunkers, and W. Ni. 1995. An analysis of drought in the Northern Great Plains: summary of progress. Pages 20-22 In R. W. Tinus (tech. ed.) Interior West Global Change Workshop, April 25-27, 1995. General Technical Report RM-262. Fort Collins, CO: USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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Saab, V. A., C.E. Bock, T.D. Rich, and D.S. Dobkin. 1995. Livestock grazing effects in western North America. In T.E. Martin and D.M. Finch [eds.], Ecology and management of Neotropical migratory birds: a synthesis and review of critical issues. Pages 311-353. Oxford University Press, New York.
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Gutiérrez, R. J., A. B. Franklin, A.B., and W. S. LaHaye. 1995. Spotted owl. In: The birds of North America #179. Philadelphia, PA/USA: The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia: 28 p.
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Ward, Jr., J. P., and W. M. Block. 1995. Mexican spotted owl prey ecology. In: Draft Mexican spotted owl recovery plan. Albuquerque, NM: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 274-358.
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Block, W. M., D. M. Finch, and L. A. Brennan 1995. Single species versus multiple-species approaches for management. In: T. E. Martin, and D. E. Finch, comps., eds. Ecology and management of neotropical migratory birds: a synthesis and review of critical issues. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press: 461-476.
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Lundquist, J. E., and J. P. Ward Jr. 1995. Describing the conditions of forest ecosystems using disturbance profiles. In: Forest health through silviculture; 8-11 May, 1995: Mescalero, NM/USA. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-267. Fort Collins, CO/USA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 128-134.
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Ward, J. M. 1995. Effects of supplemental food on the reproductive ecology of the northern goshawk during brood rearing. Fort Collins, CO/USA: Colorado State University. 43 p. Thesis.
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Block, W. M., F. Clemente, J. F. Culey, A. B. Franklin, and J. L. Ganey. 1995. Draft Mexican spotted owl recovery plan. Albuquerque, NM: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service. 646 p.
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Ward, Jr., J. P., and W. M. Block. 1995. Mexican spotted owl prey ecology. In: W. M. Block, F. Clemente, J. F. Cully, J. L. Dick, Jr., A. B. Franklin, and J. L. Ganey, comps., eds. Recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl, vol. II. Technical supporting information. Albuquerque, NM/USA: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 48 p.
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Ward, Jr., J. P., A. B. Franklin, S. E. Rinkevich, and F. Clemente. 1995. Distribution and abundance. In: Draft Mexican spotted owl recovery plan. Albuquerque, NM: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 97-122.
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Ward, Jr., J. P., A. B. Franklin, S. E. Rinkevich, and F. Clemente. 1995. Distribution and abundance. In: W. M. Block, F. Clemente, J. F. Cully, J. L. Dick Jr., A. B. Franklin, and J. L. Ganey, comps., eds. Recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl, vol. II. Technical supporting information. Albuquerque, NM/USA: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 14p.
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Kruse, W. H. 1995. Effects of fuelwood harvesting on small mammal populations in a pinon-juniper woodland. In: Desired future conditions for pinon-juniper ecosystems; 1994 August 8-12; Flagstaff, AZ. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-258. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 91-96.
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Block, W. M., F. Clemente, J. F. Cully, J. L. Dick, Jr., and A. B. Franklin. 1995. Recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl, vol. II. Technical supporting information. Albuquerque, NM/USA: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service. 150 p.
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Squires, J. R., and S. H. Anderson. 1995. Trumpeter Swan (Cygnus buccinator) food habits in the greater Yellowstone ecosystems. American Midland Naturalist. 133: 274-282.

Keitt, T., A. B. Franklin, and D. Urban. 1995. Landscape analysis and metapopulation structure. In: W. M. Block, F. Clemente, J. F. Cully, J. L. Dick Jr., A. B. Franklin, and J. L. Ganey, comps., eds. Recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl, vol. II. Technical supporting information. Albuquerque, NM/USA: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service:16 p
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Rinkevich, S. E., J. L. Ganey, W. H. Moir, F. P. Howe, and J. F. Montoya. 1995. Recovery units. In: Draft Mexican spotted owl recovery plan. Albuquerque, NM: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 43-75.
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Siders, M. 1995. Nesting habitat of sympatric accipiters in north central New Mexico. Fort Collins, CO/USA: Colorado State University. 111 p. Thesis.
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Block, W. M., F. Clemente, J. F. Cully, J. L. Dick, Jr., A. B. Franklin, and J. L. Ganey. 1995. Recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl, vol. I. Albuquerque, NM/USA: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service. 172 p.
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Seamans, M. E., and R. J. Gutiérrez. 1995. Breeding habitat of Mexican spotted owls in the Tularosa Mountains, NM. Condor. 97(4): 944-952.
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Rinkevich, S. E., J. L. Ganey, W. H. Moir, F. P. Howe, F. Clemente, J. F. Martinez-Montoya. 1995. Recovery units. In: W. M. Block, F. Clemente, J. F. Cully, J. L. Dick Jr., A. B. Franklin, and J. L. Ganey, comps., eds. Recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl, vol. I. Albuquerque, NM/USA: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 36-51.
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Overby, S.T. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1995. Sediment and nutrient regime from a central Arizona chaparral watershed Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. 22-25:61-67

Gottfried, G.J. and P.F. Ffolliott 1995. Stand dynamics on upper elevation pinon-juniper watersheds at Beaver Creek, Arizona In: Shaw, D.W., E.F. Aldon, and C. LoSapio, tech. coords. 1995. Desired future conditions for pinyon-juniper ecosystems. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-258, pp. 38-45

Grubb, T. G. 1995. Constructing Bald Eagle Nests With Natural Materials. Research note RM ; RN-535. Fort Collins, Colo. : USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
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Ganey, J. L., and J. L. Dick, Jr. 1995. Habitat relationships of the Mexican spotted owl: current knowledge. In: Draft Mexican spotted owl recovery plan. Albuquerque, NM: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 207-273.
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Rinkevich, S. E., J. L. Ganey, J. P. Ward Jr., G. C. White, D. L. Urban, and A. B. Franklin. 1995. General biology and ecological relationships of the Mexican spotted owl. In: W. M. Block, F. Clemente, J. F. Cully, J. L. Dick Jr., A. B. Franklin, and J. L. Ganey, comps., eds. Recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl, vol. I. Albuquerque, NM/USA: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 19-35.
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Ganey, J. L., and J. L. Dick, Jr. 1995. Habitat relationships of the Mexican spotted owl: current knowledge. In: Block, W. M.; Clemente, F.; Cully, J. F.; Dick, Jr., J. L.; Franklin, A. B.; Ganey, J. L., comps., eds. Recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl, vol. II. Technical supporting information. Albuquerque, NM/USA: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 42 p.
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Ganey, J. L., and F. P. Howe. 1995. Introduction. In: Draft Mexican spotted owl recovery plan. Albuquerque, NM: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 41-42.
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Morrison, M. L., W. M. Block, L. S. Hall, H. S. Stone. 1995. Habitat characteristics and monitoring of amphibians and reptiles in the Huachuca Mountains, Arizona. The Southwestern Naturalist. 40(2): 185-192.

Klopatek, C. C., K. L. Murphy, and J. M. Klopatek. 1995. Preliminary results of carbon cycling in southwestern ecosystems: implications for climate change. In: R. W. Tinus, ed. Proceedings of the interior west global change program workshop; 1995 April 25-27; Fort Collins, CO. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-262. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 51-56.
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Squires, J. R., and L. F. Ruggiero. 1995. Winter movements of adult northern goshawks that nested in south-central Wyoming. Journal of Raptor Research. 29(1): 5-9.

Moir, W. H., J. L. Dick Jr., W. M. Block, J. P. Ward Jr., R. Vahle, and F. P. Howe. 1995. Conceptual framework for recovery. In: W. M. Block, F. Clemente, J. F. Cully, J. L. Dick Jr., A. B. Franklin, J. L. Ganey, comps., eds. Recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl, vol. I. Albuquerque, NM/USA: U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service: 59-75.
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Murphy, K. L. 1995. The effects of climate and litter quality on litter decomposition along an environmental gradient. Tempe, AZ/USA: Arizona State University. 123 p. Thesis.

Lopes, V.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1995. Effects of forest harvesting practices on streamflow-sediment relationships for southwestern ponderosa pine watersheds In: Ward, T. J., ed. 1995. Watershed management: Planning for the 21st century. American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, pp. 64-72

Rupp, D.E.; Tecle, A. 1995. A stochastic model for simulating daily temperature and humidity on a ponderosa pine type watershed Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 22-25:101-108

Baker, M.B., Jr., L.F. DeBano, and P.F. Ffolliott 1995. Soil loss in piñon-juniper ecosystems and its influence on site productivity and desired future conditions In: Shaw, D.W., E.F. Aldon, and C. LoSapio, tech. coords. 1995. Desired future conditions for pinyon-juniper ecosystems. 9-15 USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-258

Rupp, D.E. 1995. Spatially-varied, stochastic water yield modeling of an upland watershed MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona.

DeBano, L.F., M.B. Baker, Jr., and P.F. Ffolliott 1995. Effects of prescribed fire on watershed resources: A conceptual model Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. 22-25:39-44

Tecle, A. and D.E. Rupp 1995. Stochastic, event-based, and spatial modelling of cold-season preciptation In: Guy, B.T. and J. Barnard, editors. Mountain Hydrology, Peaks and Valleys in Research and Applications, May 16-19, 1995, Vancouver, B.C. Canada. pp. 171-182

Tecle, A., F. Szidarovszky, and L. Duckstein 1995. Conflict analysis in multi-resource forest management with multiple decision-makers Nature & Resources 31:8-17

Ward, J. M., and P. L. Kennedy. 1994. Approaches to investigating food limitation hypotheses in raptor populations: an example using the northern goshawk. In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 114-118.
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Kaufmann, M.R., Graham, R.T., Boyce D.A. Jr.,Moir, W.H. Perry, L., Reynolds, R.T., Bassett, R.L., Mehlhop, P., Edminster, C.B., Block, W. M., and Corn, P.S. 1994. An Ecological Basis for Ecosystem Management. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-246. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
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Scott, P. E. 1994. Lucifer Hummingbird. No. 134. Washington, DC: The American Ornithologists Union. 20 p.
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Joy, S. M., R. T. Reynolds, and D. G. Leslie. 1994. Northern goshawk broadcast surveys: hawk response variables and survey cost. In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in the Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 24-30.
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Perry, H. M. 1994. Fuelwood harvesting and prescribed fire. Women in Natural Resources. 15(3): 15 p.

Ganey, J. L. and W. M. Block. 1994. A comparison of two techniques for measuring canopy closure. Western journal of applied forestry. Vol. 9, no. 1. p. 21-23.
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Klopatek, C. C. 1994. Effect of fire on mycorrhizae Women in Natural Resources. 15(3):14-15.

Sieg, C. H. and A. J. Bjugstad. 1994. Five years of following the western prairie fringed orchid (Platanthera praeclara) on the Sheyenne National Grassland, North Dakota. Pages 141-146 In R. G. Wickett, P. D. Lewis, A. Woodliffe, and P. Pratt, (eds). Proceedings of the 13th North American Prairie Conference, August 6-9, 1992. Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Windsor: Preney Print and Litho Inc.
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Block, W. M., M. L. Morrison, J. Verner, and P. N. Manley. 1994. Assessing wildlife-habitat-relationships models: a case study with California oak woodlands. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 22(4): 549-561.
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Zhou, B. 1994. Quantifying Mexican spotted owl habitat with the Johnson system of distributions. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University. 169 p. Thesis.
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Boal, C. W., and R. W. Mannan. 1994. Northern goshawk diets in ponderosa pine forests on the Kaibab Plateau. In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 97-102.
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Kennedy, P. L., J. M. Ward, G. A. Rinker, and J. A. Gessaman. 1994. Post-fledging areas in northern goshawk home ranges. In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 75-82.
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Reynolds, R. T., S. M. Joy, and D. G. Leslie. 1994. Nest productivity, fidelity, and spacing of northern goshawks in Arizona. In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 106-113.
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Klopatek, C. C., C. Friese, M. F. Allen, and J. M. Klopatek. 1994. Comparisons of field and laboratory studies on the effects of fire on VA mycorrhizal fungi. In: Proceedings of the 12th conference on fire and forest meteorology; 1993 October 26-28; Jekyll Island, GA. SAF Publ. 94-02. Bethesda, MD: Society of American Foresters: 762-776.

Bright-Smith, D. J., and R. W. Mannan. 1994. Habitat use by breeding male northern goshawks in northern Arizona. In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 58-65.
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Hall, L. S., M. L. Morrison, and W. M. Block. 1994. Current Status of Terrestrial Birds on the Islands of Mono Lake. The Southwestern Naturalist.Vol 39, no. 2.

Siders, M. S., and P. L. Kennedy. 1994. Nesting habitat of accipiter hawks: is body size a consistent predictor of nest habitat characteristics? In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 92-96.
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Boal, C. W. 1994. A photographic and behavioral guide to aging nestling northern goshawks. In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 32-40.
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Ganey, J. L. and R. P. Balda. 1994. Habitat selection by Mexican Spotted Owls in Northern Arizona. Auk 111:162-169.
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Joy, S. M., R. T. Reynolds, R. L. Knight, and R. W. Hoffman 1994. Feeding ecology of sharp-shinned hawks in deciduous and coniferous forests in Colorado. Condor 96:455-467
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Bassett, R. L., D. A. Boyce, Jr., M. H. Reiser, R. T. Graham, and R. T. Reynolds. 1994. Influence of site quality and stand density on goshawk habitat in southwestern forests. In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 41-45.
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Block, W. M., M. L. Morrison, and M. H. Rieser. 1994. Introduction. In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 1-2.
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Graham, R. T., R. T. Reynolds, M. H. Reiser, R. L. Bassett, and D. A. Boyce. 1994. Sustaining forest habitat for the northern goshawk: a question of scale. In: The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 12-17.
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Aigner, P. A., M. L. Morrison, L. S. Hall, and W. M. Block. 1994. Great Horned Owl Food Habits at Mono Lake, California. The Southwestern Natuuralist Vol 39, no. 3.
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Seamans, M. E. 1994. Breeding habitat ecology of the Mexican spotted owl in the Tularosa Mountains, New Mexico. Humboldt State University. 64 p. Thesis.

Block, W. M., M. L. Morrison, and M. H. Reiser, eds. 1994. The northern goshawk: ecology and management; 1993 April 14-15; Sacramento, CA. Studies in Avian Biology No. 16. Lawrence, KS: Cooper Ornithological Society: 136 p.
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Scott, P. E., and B. R. McKinney. 1994. Brown-headed cowbird removes blue-gray gnatcatcher nestlings. Journal of Field Ornithology. 65(3): 363-364.
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Grubb, T. G., W. W. Bowerman, and P. H. Howey. 1994. Tracking local and seasonal movements of wintering bald eagles Haliaeetus leucocephalus from Arizona and Michigan with satellite telemetry. In: Proceedings of the IV world conference on birds of prey and owls; 1992 May 10-17; Berlin, Germany. Near Robertsbridge, East Sussex: Helm Information: 347-358.

Neary, D.G. and J.W. Hornbeck 1994. Impacts of harvesting and associated practices on off-site environmental quality Chapter 4 In: Dyck, W.J., D.W. Cole, and N.B. Comerford, N.B., eds. Impacts of forest harvesting on long-term site productivity. 81-118 London: Chapaman & Hall

Ffolliott, P.F. 1994. Concentrations of chemical constituents of Arizona's snowpack and snowmelt streamflow: A comparison Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Proceedings Supplement 29. (Abstract)

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Tecle, A., L. Duckstein, and P. Korhonen 1994. Interactive, multiobjective programming for forest resource management Applied Mathematics and Computation 63:75-93

Wigdor, Y. 1994. Applicability of selected sediment transport equations to pinyon-juniper woodlands MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Eskandari, A., P.F. Ffolliott, and F. Szidarovszky 1994. Multicriterion decision-making for sustainable watershed resources management Pure Mathematics and Applications 5:379-390

Ffolliott, P.F. 1993c. Snowpack dynamics in mountainous areas: Research findings in the southwestern United States In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Hydrology of Mountainous Areas. National Institute of Hydrology, Shilma, India, May 28-30, 1992, pp. 129-139

Lopes, V.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1993c. Sediment rating curves for a clearcut ponderosa pine watershed in northern Arizona Water Resources Bulletin 29:369-382

Ffolliott, P.F. and V.L. Lopes 1993c. Process studies in watershed hydrology: A worldwide review In: _________ Proceedings of the First International Seminar of Watershed Management. University of Sonora, Hermosillo, Mexico, November 17-18, 1992, pp. 87-104

Ffolliott, P.F. 1993b. Hydrological and multi-resource simulation models: Applications in mountainous areas In: ___________ Proceedings of the International Symposium on Hydrology of Mountainous Areas. National Institute of Hydrology, Shilma, India, May 28-30, 1992, pp. 315-329

Ffolliott, P.F. and V.L. Lopes 1993b. Opportunities for water yield improvement in dryland regions: A review of catchment experiments In: Castillo, G.J., M. Tiscareno L., and I. Sanchez C., editors. Proceedings of the First International Seminar of Watershed Management. University of Sonora, Hermosillo, Mexico, pp. 24-29

Lopes, V.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1993b. Modeling sediment processes on small watersheds: A conceptual framework. II. Concentrated flow processes International Journal of Sediment Research 8:1-23

Ffolliott, P.F. 1993a. Acidity of Arizona's snowpacks Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. Proceedings Supplement 28:48. (Abstract)

Lopes, V.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1993a. A conceptual framework for modeling sediment processes in upland watersheds In: Pre-Conference Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydrology and Water Resources, New Delhi, India, December 20-22, 1993, pp. 59. (Abstract)

Ffolliott, P.F. and V.L. Lopes 1993a. Acidity and chemistry of Arizona's snowpacks In: _________ Proceedings of the National Conference on Management of Irrigation and Drainage Systems: Integrated perspectives. American Society of Civil Engineers, Park City, Utah, July 21-23, 1993, pp. 305-310

Sieg, C. H. and C. W. O'Brien. 1993. Stethobaris commixta Blatchley (Cooleoptera: Curculionidae) collected from a species of orchid; Platanthera praeclara Sheviak and Bowles, in North Dakota tall-grass prairie. Prairie Naturalist. 25(l): 81.
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Ganey, J. L., Balda, R. P., King, R. M. 1993. Metabolic rate and evaporative water loss of Mexican Spotted and Great Horned Owls. Wilson Bulletin 105 (4) 645-656.
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Clancy, K.M., J.K. Itami, and D. P. Huebner. 1993. Douglas-fir nutrients and terpenes: potential resistance factors to western spruce budworm defoliation. Forest Science 39(1).

Block, W. M. and L. A. Brennan. 1993. The habitat concept in ornithology : theory and applications. Current ornithology. Volume 11. p. 35-91.
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Bengston JL, Jansen JK, Meyer WR, Miller RV, Schwartz MK, and Walker BW. 1993. AMLR Program: fur seal and seabird studies at Seal Island, South Shetland Islands during the 1992/93 austral summer. Antarctic Journal 14: 21-24.

Finch, D. M., W. M. Block, R. A. Fletcher and L. F. Fager. 1993. Integrating neotropical migratory birds into Forest Service plans for ecosystem management. Transactions of the fifty-eighth North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. p. 417-421.
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Cirrett-Galan, J. M., and E. E. R. Diaz. 1993. Estatus y distribucion del buho manchado Mexican Strix occidentalis lucida en Sonora, Mexico. Reporte Tecnico Parcial: Centro Ecologico de Sonora. Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.

Sieg, C. H. 1993. A classification of soils in bur oak woodlands in the foothills of the Black Hills, South Dakota. Soil Science. 155(2): 131-147.
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Smith, D. J. 1993. Habitat use by breeding male northern goshawks in northern Arizona. Tucson, AZ/USA: University of Arizona. 71 p. Thesis.

Block, W. M. 1993. The biology of rare and declining species and habitats: session summary. Conference on sustainable ecological systems : Sustainable ecological systems: implementing an ecological approach to land management. Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, July 12-15, 1993.
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Bunkers, M. J., C. H. Sieg and A. T. DeGaetano. 1993. A comparison of divisional growing season drought between western and southeastern South Dakota. Proceedings South Dakota Academy of Sciences 72: 141-160.
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Tellman, B.H., H.J. Cortner, M.G. Wallace, L.F. DeBano, and R.H. Hamre, tech. coords. 1993. Riparian management: Common threads and shared interests: A western regional conference on river management strategies USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report, RM-226

Boal, C. W. 1993. Northern goshawk diets in ponderosa pine forests in northern Arizona. Tucson, AZ/USA: University of Arizona. 60 p. Thesis.
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Manley, P. N., W. M. Block, F. R. Thompson, G. S. Butcher, C. Paige, L. H. Suring, D. S. Winn, D. Roth, C. J. Ralph, E. Morris, C. H. Flather, and K. Byford. 1993. Guidelines for Monitoring Populations of Neotropical Migratory Birds on National Forests Sysyem Lands. Monitoring Task Group Report. USDA Forest Service, Wildlife and Fisheries Staff, Washington DC. July 1993.
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Ffolliott, P.F. and K.N. Brooks 1993. Process studies in forest hydrology: A worldwide review In: _______ Pre-Conference Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydrology and Water Resources, New Delhi, India, December 20- 22, 1993, pp. 52-53.(Abstract)

Gottfried, G.J. and P.F. Ffolliott 1993. Silvicultural prescriptions for sustained productivity of the southwestern pinyon-juniper and encinal woodlands In: Manzanilla, D. Shaw, C. Aguirre-Bravo, L. Iglesias Gutierrez, and R.H. Hamre, tech. coords. Making sustainability operational: Fourth Mexico/U.S. symposium. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-240, pp. 185-192

Binkley, D. and T.C. Brown 1993. Management Impacts on Water Quality of Forests and Rangelands USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report RM-239, Ft. Collins CO

Davis, E.A. 1993. Chaparral control in mosaic pattern increased streamflow and mitigated nitrate loss in Arizona Water Resources Bulletin. 29:391-399 American Water Resources Association, Herndon, VA

Smith, C.F., F.C. Boner, R.G. Davis, N.R. Duet and P.D. Rigas 1993. Water Resource Data for Arizona: Water Year 1992 USGS, Water-Data Report AZ-92-1

Gallina, S. and P.F. Ffolliott 1993. Overstory-understory relationships: Oak-pine forests of Sierra Madre Occidentales, Mexico In: Bartlett, E.T., and D.R. Betters, editors. Overstory-understory relationships in western forests. Western Regional Research Publication 1:13-20

Biondi, F., J.O. Klemmedson, and R.O. Kuehl 1992b. Tree-ring analysis of pine-oak interactions in central Arizona In:__________ . Proceedings of the International Dendrochronological Symposium, Lund, LUNDQUA Report 34, Sweden

Lopes, V.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1992b. Modeling sediment processes on small watersheds: A conceptual framework. I. Broad shallow flow processes International Journal of Sediment Research 7:21-44

Lopes, V.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1992a. Erosion-sedimentation processes on upland watersheds in dryland environment: An initial conceptual development In: Proceedings of the Southwestern and Rocky Mountain Division, America Association for the Advancement of Science, Sixty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Tucson, Arizona, May 17-21, 1991, p. 30

Biondi, F., J.O. Klemmedson, and R.O. Kuehl 1992a. Dendrochronological analysis of single-tree interactions in mixed pine-oak stands of central Arizona, U.S.A Forest Ecology and Management 48:321-333

Ganey, J. L., R. B. Duncan, W. M. Block. 1992. Use of Oak and Associated Woodlands by Mexican Spotted Owls in Arizona. In: Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-218. Fort Collins, CO: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.:125-128.
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Duncan, R. B., and J. D. Taiz. 1992. A preliminary understanding of Mexican spotted owl habitat and distribution in the Chiricahua Mountains and associated sub-Mogollon mountain ranges in southeastern Arizona. Pages 58-61 in: A. M. Barton and S. A. Sloane, editors. Proceedings of the Chiricahua Mountains Research Symposium. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, Tucson, Arizona, USA.

Reynolds, R.T., R.T. Graham, M.H. Reiser, R.L. Bassett, P.L. Kennedy, D.A. Boyce Jr., G. Goodwin, R. Smith and E.L. Fisher. 1992. Management Recommendations for the Northern Goshawk in the Southwestern United States. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-217. Fort Collins, CO: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 91 p.
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Reynolds, R. T., and Brian D. Linkhart. 1992. Flammulated Owls in Ponderosa Pine: Evidence of Preference for Old Growth. Paper presented at the Workshop on Old-growth Forests in the Southwest and Rocky Mountain Region, (Portal, AZ, March 3-5, 1992).
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Block, W. M., and K. E. Severson. 1992. Habitat Associations of Birds and Herpetofauna in Southeastern Arizona. Chiricahua Mountains Research Symposium Proceedings.
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Ganey, J. L. 1992. Food habits of Mexican spotted owls in Arizona. Wilson Bulletin. Vol. 104, no. 2:321-326.
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Block, W. M., J. L. Ganey, K. E. Severson, and M. L. Morrison. 1992. Use of Oaks by Neotropical Migratory Birds in the Southwest. Pages 65-70 in: Ecology and management of oak and associated woodlands: perspectives in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. GTR RM-218
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Morrison, M. L., W. M. Block, J. R. Jehl, Jr., and L. S. Hall. 1992. Terrestrial vertebrates of the Mono Lake islands, California. The Great Basin naturalist. Vol. 52, no. 4. p. 328-334 : map.
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Boner, F.C., R.G. Davis and N.R. Duet 1992. Water Resource Data for Arizona: Water Year 1991 USGS, Water-Data Report AZ-91-1

Clary, W.P. and A.R. Tiedemann 1992. Ecology and values of Gambel oak woodlands In: Ffolliott, P.F., G.J. Gottfried, D.A. Bennet, C. Hernandez, V. M. Hernandez C., A. Ortega-Rubio, and R.H. Hamre, Technical Coordinators. Ecology and management of oak and associated woodlands: perspectives in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. April 27-30, 1992. Sierra Vista, Arizona, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-218. pp. 87-95

DeBano, L.F. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1992. Land and Riparian area interactions with sediment in the Southwest

Ffolliott, P.F. 1992. Multiple values of woodlands in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico In: Ffolliott, P.F., G.J. Gottfried, D.A. Bennett, V.M. Hernandez, A. Ortega-Rubio, and R.H. Hamre, tech. coords. Ecology and management of oak and associated woodlands: Perspectives in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. 17-23 USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-218

Klemmedson, J.O. and B.J. Wienhold 1991b. Aspect and species influences on nitrogen and phosphorus availability in Arizona chaparral soils Soil Science Society America Journal. 55:1735-1740

Klemmedson, J.O. and B.J. Wienhold 1991a. Aspect and species influences on nitrogen and phosphorus accumulation in Arizona chaparral soil-plant systems Arid Soil Research and Rehabilitation. 6:105-116

Block, W. M. and M. L. Morrison. 1991. Influence of scale on the management of wildlife in California oak woodlands. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Oak Woodlands and Hardwood Rangeland Management : October 31-November 2, 1990, Davis, California. General technical report PSW. p. 96-104.
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Grubb, T. G. 1991. Modifications of the Portable Rocket-Net Capture System to Improve Performance. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, March 1980. Research Note RM-502.
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Ganey, J. L. 1991. Developing and testing a predictive model for Mexican spotted owl habitat. Ph.D. dissertation. Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff, Arizona, USA

Block, W. M., L. A. Brennan, and R. J. Gutiérrez. 1991. Ecomorphological Relationships of a guild of ground-foraging birds in Northern California, USA. Oecologia (1991) 87:449-458.

Sieg, C.H. 1991. Geographic affinity of bird species associated with Rocky Mountain juniper woodlands and adjacent grasslands in southwestern South Dakota. Prairie Naturalist. 23(l): 25-33.
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Block, W. M. 1991. Foraging ecology of Nuttall's woodpecker. Auk. Vol. 108: 303-317.
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Severson, K.E. and DeBano, L.F. 1991. Influence of Spanish goats on vegetation and soils in Arizona chaparral Journal of Range Management. 44:111-117 (pdf, 984K)

Whysong, G.L. 1991. Fire effects on plant nutrient content in Arizona chaparral Final Report submitted to USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest Range Experiment Station. Ft. Collins, CO

Morrison, M. L., W. M. Block, and J. Verner. 1991. Wildlife-Habitat Relationships in California's Oak Woodlands: Where Do We Go from Here? Pages 105-109 in: Proceedings of the Symposium on Oak Woodlands and Hardwood Rangeland Management. October 31-November 2, 1990. Davis California. GTR PSW-123.

McTague, J.P. 1991. Chapter 3. Tree growth and yield in southwestern ponderosa pine forests In: Tecle, A., and W.W. Covington, tech. eds. 1991. Multiresource management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests: The status of knowledge. 24-120 USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region Report

Crawford 1991.

Ffolliott, P.F. and E.T. Bartlett 1991. Dry forests of North America: Opportunities for multiple use resource management In: Ffolliott, P.F., and W.T. Swank, eds. People and the temperate region: A summary of research from the United States Man and the Biosphere Program. U.S. Department of State, Publication 9838, pp. 41-44

Tecle, A., W.W. Covington, J.P. McTague, M.T. Richards, and D.R. Patton 1991. Field guide for multiresource management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region Report

Patton, D.R. 1991. Chapter 8. The ponderosa pine forest as wildlife habitat In: Tecle, A. and W.W. Covington, tech. eds. 1991. Multiresource management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests: The status of knowledge. USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region Report, pp. 361-410

Leighty, Robert S., David M. Best and Karl E. Karlstrom 1991. Gravity and magnetic evidence for an Early Proterozoic crustal boundary along the southern Shylock fault zone, central Arizona Arizona Geological Society Digest 19:135-152

Tecle, A. 1991. Chapter 5. Hydrology and watershed management in southwestern ponderosa pine forests In: Tecle, A. and W.W. Covington, tech. eds. 1991. Multiresource management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests: The status of knowledge. 162-272 USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region Report

Tecle, A. and W.W. Covington, Technical editors 1991. Multiresource management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests: The status of knowledge USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region Report

Klemmedson, J.O. and B.J. Wienhold 1991. Aspects and species influences on nitrogen and phosphorus availability in Arizona chaparral soils Soil Science Society America Journal. 55:1735-1740

Montrey, H. 1991. Forest Service Research in the Southwest: Reflections and Projections pp.34-36 in: D.C. Hayes, Jon S. Bumstead and Merton T. Richards (eds.) A Southwestern Mosaic: Proceedings of the Southwestern Region New Perspectives University Colloquium USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report RM-216

DeWitt Ed 1991. Road log and geologic maps for Arizona Geologic Society field trip, Spring 1991 Arizona Geological Society Digest 19:309-332

Ffolliott, P.F. 1991. Winter course of transpiration in Arizona ponderosa pine trees Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 21:77-79

Richards, M.T. and T.C. Daniel 1991. Chapter 7. Management of recreation and esthetic values in southwestern ponderosa pine forest Tecle, A., W.W. Covington, tech. eds. 1991. Multiresource management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests: The status of knowledge. USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region Report. Pp. 315-360

Ffolliott, P.F. and G.J. Gottfried 1991. Natural tree regeneration after clearcutting in Arizona's ponderosa pine forests: Two long-term case studies USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-507

Covington, W.W. and B.E. Fox 1991. Overstory: Understory:understory relationships in southwestern ponderosa pine Chapter 4 In Tecle, A. and W.W. Covington, tech. eds. 1991. Multiresource management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests: The status of knowledge. 121-161 USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region Report

Tecle, A. 1991. Chapter 6. Water quality in southwestern ponderosa pine forests In: Tecle, A. and W.W. Covington, tech. eds. 1991. Multiresource management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests: The status of knowledge. 273-314 USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Resion Report

Boner, F.C., A.D. Konieczki and R.G. Davis 1991. Water Resource Data for Arizona: Water Year 1990 USGS, Water-Data Report AZ-90-1

Ffolliott, P.F. 1990e. Water quality of streamflow from selected forested watershed in Arizona Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 19:1-5

Ffolliott, P.F. 1990d. Small game habitat use in southwestern ponderosa pine forests In: Krausman, P. and N.S. Smith, eds. Managing wildlife in the southwest: Proceedings of the symposium, Tucson, Arizona, October 16-18, 1990, Arizona Chapter, The Wildlife Society, Phoenix, Arizona, pp. 107-117

Ffolliott, P.F. 1990c. Opportunities for fire management in the future In: Krammis, J.S., tech. coord. Effects of fire in management of southwestern natural resources. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-191, pp. 152-167

Ffolliott, P.F. 1990b. Multiple resource simulation models In: Wang, L. editor. Lecture notes for international training course on forest hydrology modeling. UNESCO, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, People's Republic of China, pp. 37-41. (Chinese)

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.P. Guertin 1990b. Prescribed fire in Arizona ponderosa pine forests: A 24-year case study In: Krammis, J. S., tech. coord. Effects of fire in management of southwestern natural resource. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-191, pp. 250-254

Ffolliott, P.F. 1990a. Manual on watershed instrumentation and measurements ASEAN-US Watershed Management Project, College, Laguna, Philippines

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.P. Guertin 1990a. Applications of forest hydrology and multiple-resource simulation models In: Ffolliott, P.F., and D.P. Guertin, eds. Proceedings of a workshop: Forest hydrological resources in China - An analytical assessment. U.S. Department of State, Publication 9829, pp. 77-88

Reynolds, R. T., and B. D. Linkhart. 1990. Longevity records for male and female flammulated owls. Journal Field Ornithology 61: 243-244.
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Block, W. M., M. L. Morrison, and J. Verner. 1990. Wildlife and Oak-Woodland Interdependency. p 72-76 in: Fremontia. Year of the Oak. July 1990.

Ganey, J. L. 1990. Calling Behavior of Spotted Owls in Northern Arizona. Condor: Vol. 92, No. 2, March-April, 1990
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Noon, B.R.; Block, W. M. 1990. Analytical considerations for study design. Pages 126-133 in: Morrison, M.L.; Ralph, C.J.; Verner, J.; Jehl, J.R., eds., Avian Foraging: Theory, Methodology, and Applications. Studies in Avian Biology. Issue 13.
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Duncan, R. B., and R. Sidner. 1990. Bats in spotted owl pellets in southern Arizona. Great Basin Naturalist 50:197-200.

Barrowclough, G. F., and R. J. Gutiérrez. 1990. Genetic variation and differentiation in the spotted owl (Strix occidentalis). Auk 107:737-744.

Block, W. M., and M. L. Morrison. 1990. Wildlife diversity of the central Sierra foothills. Pages 19-22 in California Agriculture, March-April.

Block, W. M. 1990. Geographic variation in foraging ecologies of breeding and nonbreeding birds in oak woodlands. Avian foraging : theory, methodology, and applications : proceedings of an international symposium of the Cooper Ornithological Society held at Asilomar, California, December 18-19, 1988. Studies in avian biology ; no. 13. p. 264-269.
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Sieg, C. H. and D. M. Becker. 1990. Nest-site habitat selected by Merlins in southeastern Montana. The Condor. 92:688-694.
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Manweiler, S. A., R. S. Lane, W. M. Block, and M. L. Morrison. 1990. Survey of Birds and Lizardsd for Ixodid Ticks (Acari) and Spirochetal Infection in Northern California. J. Med. Entomol. 27(6): 1011-1015.

Joy, Suzanne M. 1990. Feeding ecology of sharp-shinned hawks and nest-site characteristics of accipiters in Colorado. Colorado State University. M.S. Thesis. 72 pp.
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Ganey, J. L., M. E. Alderson, R. P. Balda, and D. R. Patton. 1990. Developing a Large-Scale Model or Mexican Spotted Owl Habitat. Pages 182-189 in P. R. Krausman and N. S. Smith, eds. Managing wildlife in the southwest. Ariz. Chap. the Wildl. Soc. Phoenix, Ariz.

Dieterich, J.H. and A.R. Hibbert, A.R. 1990. Fire history in a small ponderosa pine stand surrounded by chaparral In: Krammes, J.S., tech, coord. Proceedings of a conference on the effects of fire management of Southwestern natural resources. 168-173 USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report, RM-191

Baker, M.B. Jr. and J.S. Krammes 1990. Arizona Watershed Program p. 8-10 in: Robert Z. Callaham (tech. ed.) Case studies and catalog of watershed projects in western provinces and states. Report No. 22, Wildland Resources Center, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley, CA.

Reynolds, R. T., S. M. Joy, and T. Mears 1990. Predation and observation records of boreal owls in Western Colorado. Colo. Field Ornith. 24:99-101

Reynolds, R. T., and B. D. Linkhart. 1990. Extra-pair copulation and extra-range movements in Flammulated Owls. Ornis Scandinavica 21:1 pp 74-77.
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LaFayette, R.A. and L.F. DeBano 1990. Watershed condition and riparian health: Linkages In: Watershed planning and analysis in action; Symposium proceedings of Irrigation Conference; 1990 July 9-11; Durango, CO. 474-484 New York: Watershed Management/Irrigation Division, American Society of Civil Engineers

Ffolliott, P.F. and K.N. Brooks 1990. Forest hydrology and watershed management in the world In: Ffolliott, P.F., and D.P. Guertin, eds. Proceedings of a workshop: Forest hydrological resources in China - An analytical assessment, pp. 22-54. U.S. Department of State, Publication 9829

Clary, W.P. 1990. Overview of ponderosa pine-bunchgrass ecology and wildlife enhancement with emphasis on southwestern United States In: Fisser, H.G., editor. Proceedings of the sixteenth Wyoming Shrub Ecology Workshop, May 26-27, 1987, Sundance, Wyoming. Laramie, Wyoming: Division of Range Management and University of Wyoming. pp. 11-21

Gottfried, G.J. and DeBano, L.F. 1990. Streamflow and water quality responses to preharvest prescribed burning in an undisturbed ponderosa pine watershed In: Krammes, J.S., technical coordinator; Effects of fire management of southwestern natural resources: proceedings of the symposium; Tucson, AZ USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-191

Bojorquez-Tapia, L.A., P.F. Ffolliott, and D.P. Guertin 1990. Multiple-resource modeling as a tool for conservation: Its applicability in Mexico Environmental Management 14:317-324

Baker, M.B. Jr. 1990. Willow Creek p. 77 in: Robert Z. Callaham (tech. ed.) Case studies and catalog of watershed projects in western provinces and states. Report No. 22 Wildland Resources Center, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley, CA

Tecle, A., D.P. Dykstra, W.W. Covington, and L.D. Garrett 1990. Proposed methodology for soil loss prediction from southwestern forests Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. 20:113-129

Klemmedson, J.O., C.E. Meier, and R.E. Campbell 1990. Litter fall transfers of dry matter and nutrients in ponderosa pine stands Canadian Journal of Forest Research 20:1105-1115

Baker, M.B. Jr. 1990. Whitespar Watersheds A and B p. 76 in: Robert Z. Callaham (tech. ed.) Case studies and catalog of watershed projects in western provinces and states. Report No. 22 Wildland Resources Center, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley, CA

Swetnam, T.W. 1990. Fire history and climate in the Southwestern United States In: J.S. Krammes (tech. coordinator) Proceedings of a Conference on the Effects of Fire Management of Southwestern Natural Resources. USDA Forest Service, Gen. Tech. Report RM-191. 6-17

Ffolliott, P.F., D.P. Guertin, and M.M. Fogel 1990. An interactive computer model to simulate water quality of streamflow from forested watersheds in Arizona In: Riggins, R.E., E.B. Jones, R. Singh, and P.A. Richard eds, Proceedings of the symposium on watershed planning and analysis in action. American Society of Civil Engineers, Durango, Colorado, July 9-11, 1990, pp. 285-292

DeBano, L.F. 1990. Effects of fires on the soil resource in Arizona chaparral In: J.S. Krammes (tech. coordinator) Proceedings of a Conference on the Effects of Fire Management of Southwestern Natural Resources. 65-77 USDA Forest Service, Gen. Tech. Report RM-191.

Schnell, Carl W. 1990. A structural and stratigraphic interpretation of the Gaddes Basalt in the Oak Wash drainage of the Verde mining district, central Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

Bojorquez-Tapia, L.A., P.F. Ffolliott, and D.P. Guertin 1990. Herbage production-forest overstory relationships in two ponderosa pine forests Journal of Range Management 43:25-28 (pdf, 575K)

Baker, M.B. Jr. 1990. 3-Bar Watershed p. 75-76 in: Robert Z. Callaham (tech. ed.) Case studies and catalog of watershed projects in western provinces and states. Report No. 22 Wildland Resources Center, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley, CA

Salvocci, G. 1990. Beaver Creek data, Final Report* Prepared by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Baker, M.B. Jr. 1990. Battle Flat Watershed 1-14 p. 68 in: Robert Z. Callaham (tech. ed.) Case studies and catalog of watershed projects in western provinces and states. Report No. 22, Wildland Resources Center, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley, CA.

Szaro, R.C., J.D. Brawn, and R.P. Balda 1990. Yearly variation in resource-use behavior by ponderosa pine forest birds Studies in Avian Biology 13:226-236

Baker, M.B. Jr. 1990. Mingus Watersheds A, B and C p. 74 in: Robert Z. Callaham (tech. ed.) Case studies and catalog of watershed projects in western provinces and states. Report No. 22, Wildland Resources Center, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley, CA.

Jeton, A.E. 1990. Vegetation management and water yield in a southwestern ponderosa pine watershed: An evaluation of three hydrologic simulation models MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Haddad, M.S 1990. The effects of watershed treatments on the relationship between runoff peak and volume for the Beaver Creek Watershed, Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Morrison, M. L., L. A. Brennan, and W. M. Block. 1989. Arthropod Sampling Methods in Ornithology: Goals and Pitfalls. In Estimation and Analysis of Insect Populations. Proceedings of a conference held in Laramie, Wyoming, January 25-29, 1988. L. McDonald, B. Manly, J. Lockwood, J. Logan (Eds.)

Franklin, J.F. 1989. Importance and justification of long-term studies in ecology In: Likens, Gene E. Long-term studies in ecology: Approaches and alternatives. 3-19 New York: Springer-Verlag

Axelrod, D.I. 1989. Age and origin of chaparral p.7-19. In: The California Chaparral: Paradigms Reexamined. (S. C. Keeley, editor). Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Science Series No. 34, 171 p. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, CA.

Ganey, J. L. and R. P. Balda. 1989. Distribution and habitat use of Mexican spotted owls in Arizona. Condor. Vol. 91:355-361.
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Ganey, J. L, and Balda, R. P. 1989. Home range characteristics of spotted owls in northern Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management 53:1159-1165.

Richards, M.T. and T.C. Daniel 1989. Recreation and esthetics management in southwestern ponderosa pine: Assessing research needs In: Tecle, A., W.W. Covington, and .H. Hamre, tech. coords. 1989. Multiresource management of ponderosa pine forests. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-185. Pp. 196-207

DeBano, L.F. and L.J. Schmidt 1989. Improving southwestern riparian areas through watershed management USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-182, 33 p.

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Earth Tracks 1985. Sierra Anchas Wilderness recreation map Earth Tracks, Phoenix, AZ

Heede, B.H. 1985. Interaction between streamside vegetation and stream dynamics In: Johnson, R.R., C.D. Ziebel, D.R. Patton, P.F. Ffolliott, R.H. Hamre, tech. coord. Riparian ecosystems and their management: Reconciling conflicting uses: First North American riparian conference; 1985 April 16-18; Tucson, Arizona pp.54-58 USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-120

Heede, Burchard H. 1985. Application of geomorphological concepts to evaluate timber harvest influences on a stream channel – a case study Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie Suppl. 55:121-130

Klemmedson, J.O., C.E. Meier, and R.E. Campbell 1985. Needle decomposition and nutrient release in ponderosa pine ecosystems Forest Science 31:647-660

Heede, B.H. 1985. Channel adjustment to the removal of log steps: An experiment in a mountain stream Environmental Management. 9(5):427-432

Gabbert, W.A. and P.F. Ffolliott 1985. Prediction of nutrient and heavy metal transport capacities of suspended sediment In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Watershed Management in the Eighties. American Society of Civil Engineers, Denver,Colorado, April 30-May 1, 1985, pp. 215-219

Reynolds, R. T., and E. C. Meslow. 1984. Partitioning of Food and Niche Characteristics of Coexisting Accipiter During Breeding. The Awk 101:761-779.
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Brown, T.C. and T.C. Daniel 1984. Modeling forest scenic beauty: concepts and application to ponderosa pine USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-256

Sieg, C. H., D. W. Uresk, and R. M. Hansen. 1984. Natural growth of Atriplex suckleyi ((Torrey) Rydb.) on bentonite mine spoils in southeastern Montana. Pages 53-38 In: A. R. Tiedemann, H. C. McArthur, R. Stutz, R. Stevens, and K. L. Johnson, compilers. Proceedings - Symposium on the biology of Atriplex and related chenopods, May 2-6, 1983, Provo, UT. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-172. Provo, UT: USDA Forest Service Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
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Brennan, L. A., W. M. Block, and R. J. Gutiérrez. 1984. The Use of Multivariate Statistics for Developing Habitat Suitability Index Models. Chapter 27 in: Wildlife 2000. Modeling Habitat Relationships of Terrestrial Vertebrates. The University of Wisconsin Press.

DeBano, L.F., J.J. Brejda, and J.H. Brock 1984. Enhancement of Riparian Vegetation Following Shrub Control in Arizona Chaparral Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 39(5): 317-320 Soil Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, IA

Reynolds, R. T., and B. D. Linkhart. 1984. Methods and materials for capturing and monitoring flammulated owls. Great Basin Naturalist 44: 51.
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Paulson, D. D. and C. H. Sieg. 1984. Long-eared owls nesting in Badlands National Park. South Dakota Bird Notes 36(4): 72-75.
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Boughton W.C. and K.G. Renard 1984. Flood Frequency Characteristics of some Arizona Watersheds Water Resources Bulletin. 20(5):761:769

DeBano, L.F. 1984. The direct and indirect effects of prescribed fire on nutrient distribution, availability and loss in chaparral ecosystems. USDA Forest Service Study Plan No. RM-1606-1A on file with the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Ward, T.J. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1984. Sediment from managed pine watershed in northern central Arizona Reprinted from Proc. of the Specialty Conference. Sponsored by Irrigation and Drainage Div., ASCE [Flagstaff, AZ., July 24-26, 1984]. p. 552-558

Clary, W.P., P.F. Ffolliott, and F.R. Larson 1984. Producer-consumer biomass in montane forests on the Arizona Mogollon Plateau The Great Basin Naturalist 44:627-634

Brown, C. and T.C. Daniel 1984. Modeling forest scenic beauty: Concepts and application to ponderosa pine USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-256

Timmer, M.J., P.F. Ffolliott, and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1984. Snowpack dynamics in aspen stands near the San Francisco Mountains, Arizona Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 14:51-55

Brown, T.C. 1984. The concept of value in resource allocation Land Economics 60:231-246

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1984. Water yield by vegetation management in the southwestern United States In: Proceedings of the Eighth World Forestry Congress, Forestry for Food, Jakarta, Indonesia, October 16-28, 1978, 3:299-308

Heede, B.H. 1984. Overland flow and sediment delivery: an experiment with small subdrainage in southwestern ponderosa pine forests (Colorado, USA) Journal of Hydrology 72:261-273

Davis, E.A., J.L. Kuester, and M.O. Bagby. 1984. Biomass conversion to liquid fuels: Potential of some Arizona chaparral brush and tree species. Nature 307(5953): 726-728. MacMillan Magazines, Ltd, London, England.

Hibbert, A.R. 1984. Stormflows after Fire and Conversion in Chaparral pp. 71-72 in: B. Dell (ed.) MEDECOS IV. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Mediterranean Ecosystems. Perth, Australia. August 13-17, 1984

Hodge, W. 1984. A statistical examination of Battle Flat streamflow data. 19 p. Unpublished report on file with the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Davis, E.A. 1984. Conversion of Arizona chaparral to grass increases water yield and nitrate loss Water Resources Research. 20:1643-1649 American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC.

Baker, M.B., Jr. 1984. Changes in streamflow in an herbicide-treated pinyon-juniper watershed in Arizona Water Resources Research 20:1639-1642

Patton, D.R. 1984. A model to evaluate Abert squirrel habitat in uneven-aged ponderosa pine Wildlife Society Bulletin 12(4):408-414

Ffolliott, P.F. 1983e. Time-space effects of openings in Arizona forests on snowpacks Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 13:17-20

Ffolliott, P.F. 1983d. Overstory-understory relationships: Southwestern ponderosa pine In: Bartlett, E.T. and D.R. Betters, eds. Overstory-understory relationships in western forests. Western Regional Research Publication 1:13-18

Ffolliott, P.F. 1983c. Multiresource management on the Beaver Creek Biosphere Reserve Newsletter for Project 2(5):11-15 United States. Programme on Man and the Biosphere (MAB)

Ffolliott, P.F. 1983b. Moderator's comments: Research on biosphere reserves In: Patton, D.R., J. de la Puente-E., P.F. Ffolliott, S. Gallina, and E.T. Bartlett, technical coordinators. Wildlife and range research needs in northern Mexico and southwestern United States: Workshop proceedings. USDA Forest Service, 32-33 General Technical Report WO-36

Ffolliott, P.F. 1983a. Implications of snag policies on management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests In: Davis, J.W., G.A. Goodwin, and R.A. Ockenfels, tech. coords. Snag habitat managenent: Proceedings of the symposium. 28-32 USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-99

Knipe, O.D. 1983. Effects of Angora goat browsing on burned-over Arizona chaparral Rangelands 5:252-255

Davis, E.A. and G.J. Gottfried 1983. Picloram pellets control New Mexico locust sprouts on a cleared forest site in Arizona Down to Earth. 39: 18-21

Reynolds, R. T. 1983. Management of western coniferous forests habitat for nesting accipiter hawks. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service, Fort Collins, CO. GTR RM-102.
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Dieterich, J.H. 1983. Fire history of southwestern mixed conifer: a case study Forest Ecology and Management. 6: 13-31

Sieg, C. H., D. W. Uresk, and R. M. Hansen. 1983. The biological costs of not reclaiming bentonite mine spoils. Pages 272-277 In Proceedings of the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Conference. July 18-22, 1982. Las Vegas, NV.
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Alberhasky, J.M. 1983. Stormflow analysis of chaparral conversion of small, central Arizona watersheds M.S. Thesis, Arizona State University. 106 p.

Chronic, H. 1983. Roadside geology of Arizona Mountain Press Publishing Co., Missoula, MT. 314 p.

Garrett, L.D. 1983. Multiresource research and its implications to management: The Beaver Creek Biosphere Reserve In: Patton, D.R., et al., technical coordinators. Wildlife and range research needs in northern Mexico and southwestern United States, workshop proceedings, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report WO-36, pp. 40-44

Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott 1983. A model to predict snag development The Wildlife Society Bulletin 11:291-292

Baker, M.B., Jr. and J.J. Rogers 1983. Evaluations of water balance models on a mixed conifer watershed Water Resource Research 19:486-492

Gottfried, G.J. 1983. Stand changes on a southwestern mixed conifer watershed after timber harvesting Journal of Forestry. 81:311-316

Gottfried G.J. and P.F. Ffolliott 1983. Annual needle and leaf fall in an Arizona mixed conifer stand USDA Forest Service Research Note RM-428

Brooks, K.N., P.F. Ffolliott, and J.L. Thames 1983. Principles and concepts of watershed management In: Proceedings of a National Symposium on Soil and Water Conservation, Bangkok, Thailand, June 23-27, 1982, pp. 226- 234. (Thai)

Klemmedson, J.O., C.E. Meier, R.E. Campbell, and D.B. Marx. 1983. Effect of stand composition and season on chemistry of throughfall and streamflow of ponderosa pine forests Forest Science 29:871-887

Ffolliott, P.F., W.O. Rasmussen, and G.J. Gottfried 1983. Stem characteristic changes affect long-term planning for timber resource utilization Forest Products Journal 33:57-60

Ward, T.J. 1983. Interpretation and analysis of Beaver Creek sediment research data* Final Report Prepared by New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Tempe, Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F. and W.O. Rasmussen 1983. Measurement and simulation of changes in timber quality features In: Bell, J.F., and T. Atterbury. Proceedings of an international conference on renewable resources inventories for monitoring changes and trends. Society of American Foresters, Corvallis, Oregon, August 15-19, 1983, pp. 197-201

Kruse, W.H. 1983. Herbage repsonse to strip-cutting a ponderosa pine watershed in central Arizona MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Clary, W.P. 1983. Interfacing physical data and economics In: Proceedings of the Range Economics Symposium and Workshop, August 31-September 2, 1978, Salt Lake City, Utah, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report INT-149 pp.115-119

Larson, F.R. and C.O. Minor 1983. AZPIPO: A simulator for growth and yield of ponderosa pine in Arizona Arizona Forestry Notes No. 20, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University

Thill, R.E., P.F. Ffolliott and D.R. Patton 1983. Deer and elk forage production in Arizona mixed conifer forests. USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-248

Owens, Michael U. 1983. Mammals in chaparral vegetation, Battle Flat, Yavapai County, Arizona Thesis (M.S.) University of Arizona

Baker, M.B., Jr. 1983. Influence of slash windrows on streamflow Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 13:21-25.

Baker, M.B., Jr. 1982c. Influence of clearing ponderosa pine on timing of snowmelt runoff Western Snow Conference 50:20-26

Baker, M.B., Jr. 1982b. Hydrologic regimes of forested areas in the Beaver Creek watershed USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-90

Baker, M.B., Jr. 1982a. Changes in streamflow in an herbicide-treated pinyon-juniper watershed in Arizona Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 12:19-25

Davis, E.A. 1982. Stream water nutrient changes associated with the conversion of Arizona chaparral In: Proceedings of Symposium on dynamics and management of Mediterranean-type ecosystems, June 22-26, 1981, San Diego, California. 333-338 USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report PSW-58

Reynolds, R. T., E. C. Meslow, and H. M. Wight. 1982. Nesting Habitat of Coexisting Accipiter in Oregon. J. Wildl. Manage. 46(1):1982.

Grubb, T. G.; Coffey, Michael A. 1982. Evidence of Bald Eagles feeding on freshwater mussels. Wilson Bulletin 94 (1) 84-85.
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Campbell, R.E. and M.G. Ryan 1982. Precipitation and temperature characteristics of forested watersheds in central Arizona USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-93

Schlund, S.S. 1982. Potential energy equivalents of biomass residues from land management practices in Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F. and W.P. Clary 1982. Understory-overstory vegetation relationships: An annotated bibliography USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report INT-136

Garrett, L.D. 1982. Interdisciplinary research for multiresource forest management: An example In: Russel, M.G., editor. Enabling interdisciplinary research: perspectives from agriculture, forestry, and home economics. University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station Miscellaneous Publication 19, pp. 147-152

Szaro, R.C., and R.P. Balda 1982. Selection and monitoring of avian indicator species: An example from a ponderosa pine forest in the Southwest USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-89

Rogers, J.J., J.M. Prosser, and L.D. Garrett 1982. ECOSIM: A prototype system for estimating multiresource outputs under alternative forest management regimes In: Corcoran, T. and W. Heij, co-editors, Proceedings IVII IUFRO World Congress, Working Party Planning and Control of Forest Operations S3.04.01. [Kyoto, Japan, Sept. 6-17, 1981]. Life Sci. and Agric. Exp. Stn., Univ. of Maine, Orono. Misc. Rep. 264. p. 122-127

McGurk, B.J. 1982. A comparison of four rainfall-runoff methods PhD Dissertation, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

Gabbert, W.A. 1982. Simulation of nutrient and heavy metal transport capacity of suspended sediment MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Gabbert, W.A., P.F. Ffolliott, and W.O. Rasmussen 1982. SEDCON: A model of nutrient and heavy metal losses in suspended sediment Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 12:111-116

USGS 1982. Water Resource Data for Arizona: Water Year 1980 USGS, Water-Data Report AZ-80-1

Garrett, L.D., J.J. Rogers, and J.M. Prosser 1982. Multiresource inventory and analysis system: Gaining maximum benefit for land managers In: Brann, F.B., L.O. House, IV, H.G. Lund, editors, In-place resource inventories: principles and practices, Proceedings of a national workshop, Orono, Maine, August 9-14, 1981, Society of American Foresters, pp. 1011-1017

Ffolliott, P.F., M.M. Fogel, and J.L. Thames 1982. Hydrological characteristics of the Lower Colorado River Basin In: ________ Proceedings of the International Symposium on Hydrological Aspects of Mountainous Watersheds. University of Roorkee, Roorkee (UP), India, November 4-6, 1982, pp. IX-35- IX-40

Bosch, J.M. and J.D. Hewlett 1982. A review of catchment experiments to determine the effect of vegetation changes on water yield and evapotranspiration Journal of Hydrology. 5:3-23

DeBano, L.F. 1982. Assessing the effects of management actions on soils and mineral cycling in Mediterranean ecosystems. p. 345-350. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Dynamics and Management of Mediterranean-Type Ecosystems (C. E. Conrad, and W. C. Oechel, Technical Coordinators). USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-58. 637 p. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Berkeley, CA.

Dickey, A.M. 1982. Vegetational dynamics and fire succession in chaparral-ponderosa pine transition zone. PhD Dissertation. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. 156 p. University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor MI.

Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott 1981e. Surface area corrections applied to a resource map Water Resources Bulletin 17:1079-1082

Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott 1981d. Simulation of consequences of implementing alternative natural resources policies In: Ffolliott, P.F., and G. Halffter, tech. coords. Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies, with special emphasis on Biosphere Reserves: Proceedings of the international seminar. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-88, pp. 41-43

Stairs, G.R. 1981c. Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies In: Ffolliott, P.F., and G. Halffter, technical coordinators. Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies, with special emphasis on biosphere reserves. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-88, pp. 1-2

Ffolliott, P.F. 1981c. Integrating deer management with the multiple use concept In: Ffolliott, P.F., and S. Gallina, eds. Deer biology, habitat requirements, and management in western North America. Instituto de Ecologia, A. C., Mexico, D. F., Publication 9, pp. 181-192

Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott 1981c. Prediction of water yield using satellite imagery and a snowmelt simulation model In: Deutsch, M., D.R. Wiesnet, and A. Rango, eds. Satellite hydrology. American Water Resources Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, pp. 193-196

Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott 1981b. Ecosystem response simulation as an aid in computer assisted utility corridor siting In: _______ Symposium on environmental concerns in rights-of-way management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Electric Power Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 16-18, 1979, pp. 2-1-2-7

Ffolliott, P.F. 1981b. Integrated upland watershed management in the southwestern United States Journal of Indian Association of Hydrologists 5:8-13

Stairs, G.R. 1981b. Impacts of policies on specific natural resources: Forest resources In: Ffolliott, P.F., and G. Halffter, technical coordinators. Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies, with special emphasis on biosphere reserves. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-88, pp. 7-9

Ffolliott, P.F. 1981a. Forest ecosystems in southwestern United States In: Ffolliott, P.F., and S. Gallina, eds. Deer biology, habitat requirements, and management in western North America. Instituto de Ecologia, A. C., Mexico, D. F., Publication 9, pp. 57-76

Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott 1981a. Computer simulation problems for resource management instruction Journal of Forestry 79:612

Stairs, G.R. 1981a. Evaluation of natural resources policy alternatives In: Ffolliott, P.F., and G. Halffter, technical coordinators. Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies, with special emphasis on biosphere reserves. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-88, pp. 37-40

McDonald, G.I., Hoff, R.J., Wykoff, W.R. 1981. Computer simulation of white pine blister rust epedemics. I. Model formulation. Research Paper INT-258. Ogden UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, 136 p.
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Humbert, W.E., D.A. Ciancetta, R.R. Zaborske, and S.P. Ahuja 1981. Soil Survey, Battle Flat Chaparral Demonstration Area, Bradshaw Ranger District Prescott National Forest USDA Forest Service, Southwest Region. Tempe, AZ.

Szaro, R.C. 1981. Bird population responses to converting chaparral to grassland and riparian habitats The Southwestern Naturalist. 26:251-256

Arizona Wildlife News 1981. Battle Flat Arizona Wildlife News. April/May 1981-AWN-17

Arizona Farmer-Ranchman 1981. Battle Flat Watershed to have impact on streamflow, forage production Arizona Farmer - Ranchman, May 1981

Gottfried, G.J. and P.F. Ffolliott 1981. Evaluation of the use of Soil Conservation Service snow course data in describing local snow condition in Arizona forests Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 11:55-62

Gallina, S. and E. Ezcurra 1981. Wildlife management: White-tailed deer in La Michila Biosphere Reservice In: Ffolliott, P.F., and G. Halffter, technical coordinators. Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies, with special emphasis on biosphere reserves. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-88, pp. 26-28

Rogers, J.J., J.M. Prosser, and L.D. Garrett 1981. Modeling onsite multiresource effects of silvicultural management prescriptions In: Vodak, M.C., W.A. Leuschner, and D.I. Navon, eds. Proceedings of IUFRO Forest Management Symposium, [Blacksburg, VA., August 18-20, 1980]. Publ. FWS-1-81, January, pp. _____.

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, K.G. Eggert, D. Zachmann 1981. Quasi-analytical formulation for calculation of infiltration and runoff. Final report Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and T.J. Ward 1981. Analysis of data collection and processing system for Beaver Creek Watershed, Arizona. Final Report CER79-80DBS-RML-TJW68. Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Senn, R.A., M. McMurtray, P.F. Ffolliott, G.J. Gottfried, and F.R. Larson 1981. Effects of southwestern ponderosa pine mortality on potential wood product recovery USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-399

Baker, M.B., Jr. 1981. Hydrologic regimes of three vegetation types across the Mogollon Rim Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 11:5-12

Sims, B.D., G.S. Lehman, and P.F. Ffolliott 1981. Some effects of controlled burning on surface water quality Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 11:87-90

Ffolliott, P.F. 1981. Integration of wildlife and other natural resources policies In: Ffolliott, P.F., and G. Halffter, technical coordinators. Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies, with special emphasis on biosphere reserves. 24-25 USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-88

Klemmedson, J.O. 1981. Transfer of nutrients from the standing forest to the forest floor by litterfall. (Revision of chapter 4)* Report prepared by University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Clary, W.P. and C.E. Jensen 1981. Mathematical hypothesis for herbage production potential on pinyon-juniper areas USDA Forest Service Research Paper INT-279

Davis, E.A. 1981. Tebuthiuron residues in stream water from a spot-treated chaparral watershed in Arizona pp.52-53 in: Western Society of Weed Science: 1980 Research Report. Salt Lake City, UT, March 17-19, 1981

Rasmussen, W.O., P.F. Ffolliott, and G. Halfter 1981. Storage, manipulation, and display of geographic multi-resource data for La Michilia Biosphere Reserve in Mexico In: Lund, H.G., M. Caballero, R.H. Hamre, R.S. Driscoll, and W. Bonner, eds. Arid land resource inventories: Developing cost-efficient methods. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report WO-28, pp. 528-533

Ffolliott, P.F. and G. Halffter, tech. coord. 1981. Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies, with special emphasis on biosphere reserves USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-88

Branson, F.A., G.F. Gifford, K.G. Renard, R.F. Hadely and E.H. Reid (eds.). 1981. Erosion, Sediment Yield, and Water Quality Chapter 6 in: Rangeland Hydrology. Society for Range Management, Denver, CO: Range Science Series No. 1. 2nd Ed. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co. Dubuque, Iowa.

Clary, W.P. and D.A. Jameson 1981. Herbage production following tree and shrub removal in the pinyon-juniper type of Arizona Journal of Range Management 34:109-113 (pdf, 771K)

Halffter, G. 1981. Biosphere reserves: A new method of natural protection In: Ffolliott, P.F., and G. Halffter, technical coordinators. Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies, with special emphasis on biosphere reserves. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-88, pp. 3-6

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, T.J. Ward, and M. Ballantine 1981. User's guide for providing model input information for a generalized land plannig model. Final Report CER80-81DBS-RML-TJW-MJB40 prepared by Colorado State University. Fort Collins, Colorado, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Heede, Burchard H. 1981. Dynamics of selected mountain streams in the Western United States of America Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie 25(1):17-32

Schmidt, L.J., and R.M. Solomon. 1981. The National Forest role in augmenting the drop of water. p. 31-36. In: Proceedings of the 25th Annual Water Symposium. September 30, 1981. Carefree, AZ. Arizona Department of Water Resources Report No. 3. 36 p. Arizona Water Resources Committee and the Arizona Department of Water Resources, Phoenix, AZ.

Hibbert, Alden R. 1981. Opportunities to increase water yield in the Southwest by vegetation management pp. 223-230 in Interior West watershed management: Proceedings of a Symposium. Spokane WA, April 8-10, 1980. Washington State University, Pullman WA

Sulaiman, W.N. 1981. An analysis of recession flows from different vegetation types MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Sulaiman, W.N. and P.F. Ffolliott 1981. An analysis of recession flows from different vegetation types Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 11:43-46

Waring, R.H., J.J. Rogers, and W.T. Swank 1981. Water relations and hydrologic cycles In: Dynamic Properties of Forest Ecosystems, IBP 23. p. 205-264 Cambridge University Press

Supplee, Vashti C. 1981. The dynamics of collared peccary dispersion into available range MS Thesis University of Arizona

Solomon, Rhey M. and Larry J. Schmidt 1981. Water Yield opportunities on National Forest Lands in Arizona Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 11:19-27

Jones, Ronald A. 1981. Summary of snow survey measurements for Arizona and pertinent portions of New Mexico: 1938-1980 USDA Soil Conservation Service, Phoenix, AZ. p. 179.

Hungerford, C.R., M.D. Burke, and P.F. Ffolliott 1981. Biology and population dynamics of mule deer in southwestern United States In: Ffolliott, P.F., and S. Gallina, eds. Deer biology, habitat requirements, and management in western North America. Instituto de Ecologia, A. C., Mexico, D. F., Publication 9, pp. 109-132

Brown, T.C. 1981. Tradeoff analysis in local land management planning USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-82

Bergquist, J.R., A.F. Shride and C.T. Wrucke 1981. Geologic Map of the Sierra Ancha Wilderness and Salome study area, Gila County, Arizona USGS, Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF-1162A scale 1:48,000, 1 sheet

Clary, W.P. 1981. Grazing, natural resource policy, and biosphere reserves In: Ffolliott, P.F. and G. Halffter, technical coordinators. Social and environmental consequences of natural resources policies, with special emphasis on biosphere reserves. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-88, pp. 21-23

Avery, C.C. 1981. Water quality constrains on the use of recreational impoundment in northern Arizona Eisenhower Consortium Grant 262

Neff, D.J. 1980b. Occurrence of game forage plants on experimental watersheds* Arizona Game and Fish Department, Final Report. Arizona Federal Aid Project W-78-R, Work Plan 4, J13. 41 pp.

Ffolliott, P.F. 1980b. UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Program: Interdisciplinary and international collaboration on environmental research in temperate forests The 140th National Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco, California, January 3- 8, 1980, AAAS Publication 80-2, p. 33. (Abstract)

Ffolliott, P.F. 1980a. UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Program: Interdisciplinary and international collaboration on environmental research in temperate forests In: Abstracts of papers. The 140th National Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco, California, AAAS Publication 80-2, p. 33. (Abstract)

Neff, D.J. 1980a. Effects of watershed treatments on deer and elk range use* Arizona Game and Fish Department, Final Report. Arizona Federal Aid Project W-78-R; WP4, J5, Phoenix, Arizona, 37 pp.

Larson, F.R. 1980. Pinyon-juniper In: Eyre, F.H., editor. Forest cover types of the United States and Canada. Washington D.C., Society of American Foresters, p. 116-117

Rosgen, D.L. 1980. Total potential sediment In: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. An approach to water resources evaluation of non-point silvicultural sources: A procedural handbook. EPA-600/8-80-012. VI.1-VI-43 Athens, GA: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development

Reynolds, R. T., J. M. Scott and R. A. Nussbaum 1980. A variable circular-plot method for estimating bird numbers. Condor. -- Vol. 82, no. 3, p 309-313.
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LeCount, A.L. 1980. Some aspects of black bear ecology in Arizona chaparral In: Martinka, C. J.; McArthur, K. L., eds. Bears - their biology and management. Fourth International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Kalispell, Montana. 175-179. Bear Biology Association Conference Series The Bear Biology Association

Anderson, R.J. 1980. Relationship between rainfall and storm runoff for selected Arizona watersheds M.S. Thesis, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

Avery, C.C. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1980. Evaluating hydrologic responses to forest activities In: Symposium on watershed Management, Proceedings of American Society of Civil Engineers, Watershed Management Symposium, Irrigation and Drainage Division, pp. 485-493

Grubb, T. G. 1980. An Artificial Bald Eagle Nest Structure. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, March 1980. Research Note RM-383.
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Nowakowski, N.A. 1980. Assessment of snag policies and their effects on timber harvests MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Clary, W.P. and D.A. Jameson 1980. Understory response after tree removal, herbicide application, and protection from grazing in Arizona pinyon-juniper In: Abstracts of Papers. 33rd Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management, San Diego, California, p. 39

Johnson, C.M. 1980. Computer techniques for land management planning USDA Forest Service Research Note RM-387

Timmer. M.J. 1980. Snowpack dynamics of southwestern aspen forests MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Simons, D.B. and R.M. Li 1980. Modeling of sediment nonpoint source pollution from watersheds In: Overcash, M.R., and J.M. Davidson, editors. Environmental impact of nonpoint source pollution. ____________, pp. 341-373

Rasmussen, W.O., P.F. Ffolliott, T.R. Verma, and J.L. Thames 1980. Environmental analysis for land use planning in the arid zones In: Mann, H.S., ed. Arid zone research and development. Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India, pp. 69-73

Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott 1980. Prediction of the chemical quality of streamflow by an interactive computer model Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 10:93-98

Johnsen, T.N., Jr. 1980. Picloram in water and soil from a semiarid pinyon-juniper watershed Journal of Environmental Quality 9:601-605

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and T.J. Ward 1980. Application of road sediment models to natural and simulated rainfall-runoff sites. Final report CER79-80DBS-RML-TJW66 prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Lefevre, R.E. and J.O. Klemmedson 1980. Effect of Gambel oak on forest floor of a ponderosa pine forest Soil Science Society of America 44:842-846

Heede, B.H. 1980. Stream dynamics: An overview for land managers USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-72

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, T.J. Ward, and M. Ballantine 1980. Methodology for estimating erosion rates and sediment yields for lead forest land management alternatives. Final Report Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Smith, J.H.G. 1980. The conference tours: A synthesis of obervations on multiple-use research and application in northern Arizona In: IUFRO/MAB Conference: Research on multiple use of forest resources. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report WO-25. pp. 155-158

Turner, R.M., L.H. Applegate, P.M. Bergthold, S. Gallizioli and S.C. Martin 1980. Arizona range reference areas. USDA General Technical Report RM-79

Ffolliott, P.F., W.O. Rasmussen, and J.G. Patterson 1980. Biomass for energy: Potentials in Arizona Bioresources Digest 2:240-247

Patterson, J.G. 1980. Potential energy equivalents of vegetation types in Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Rasmussen, W.O., R.N. Weisz, P.F. Ffolliott, and D.R. Carder 1980. Planning for forest roads: A computer-assisted procedure for selection of alternative corridors Journal of Environmental Management 11:93-104

USDA Forest Service 1980. Battle Flat operational plan for calibration period. Unpublished report on file with the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, Arizona. 122 p.

Davis, E.A. 1980. Effects of converting chaparral to grass on the chemical composition of stream water pp.75-77 in: Western Society of Weed Science: 1980 Research Report. Salt Lake City, UT, March 18-20, 1980

Davis, E.A. 1980. Tests of soil-applied chemicals for chaparral management in Arizona pp.77-79 in: Western Society of Weed Science: 1980 Research Report. Salt Lake City, UT, March 18-20 1980

Turkowski, F.J. 1980. Carnivore food habits and habitat use in ponderosa pine forests USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-215

Solomon, R.M. and L.J. Schmidt 1980. Evaluating and displaying watershed tradeoffs for management Hydrology &Water Resources in AZ and the Southwest: Proceedings of the Arizona Section - AWRA and the Hydrology Section - Arizona Academy of Science. April 11-12, 1980, Las Vegas, NV. 10:61-69

Rasmussen, W.O., J.L. Thames, and P.F. Ffolliott 1980. Predicting the spatial variation in erosion In: ________ Symposium on making watershed management work. American Society of Civil Engineers, Boise, Idaho, July 21-23, 1980, pp. 781-789

Gosz, J.R., C.S. White, and P.F. Ffolliott 1980. Nutrient and heavy metal transport capabilities of sediment in the southwestern United States Water Resources Bulletin 16:927-933

Martin, W.E. and G.B. Snider 1980. The value of forage for grazing cattle in the Salt-Verde Basin of Arizona University of Arizona, Department of Agricultural Economics, Report No. 22, Tucson, Arizona, Prepared for USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Shea, K.R. 1980. Our forest watersheds - A crucial link in the water chain. p. 37-42. In: Combined Proceedings of the 23rd and 24th Annual Arizona Water Symposium. Arizona Department of Water Resources Report No. 2. 68 p. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee and the Arizona Department of Water, Phoenix, AZ.

Franzblau, M.A. 1980. The effects of food resource manipulation on territory size of the rufous-sided towhee Pipilp Eyrthrophalmus montanus (Swarth). MS Thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

Duval, Joseph S. and James A. Pitkin 1980. An aerial radiometric and magnetic survey of the Sierra Ancha Wilderness, Salome study area, Gila County, Arizona USGS, Reston, VA

O'Hara, Patrick F. 1980. Metaphoric and structural geology of the Northern Bradsaw Mountains, Yavapai County, Arizona PhD. Dissertation, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

LeCount, A.L. 1980. Some aspects of black bear ecology in Arizona chaparral In: C.J. Martinka and K.L. McArthur (eds.) Bears - their biology and management. Fourth International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Kalispell, Montana. Bear Biology Association Conference Series. The Bear Biology Association. 175-179

Cunningham, J.B., R.P. Balda, and W.S. Gaud 1980. Selection and use of snags by secondary cavity-nesting birds of the ponderosa pine forest USDA Forest Service Research Paper RM-222

Ezcurra, E., S. Gallina, and P.F. Ffolliott 1980. Manejo combinado del venado y el ganado en el norte de Mexico Rangelands 2:208-209 (Spanish)

Klemmedson, J.O. 1979c. Transfer of nutrients from the standing forest to the forest floor by litterfall. (Chapter 4) Report prepared by University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Ffolliott, P.F. and W.O. Rasmussen 1979b. Use of remote sensing data to interactively simulate wildlife habitat quality In: Berger, M.E., D.W. Carneggie, M. Felcher, A. Marmelstein, G.A. Thorley, and G. Watson, eds. Application of remote sensing data to wildlife Management. The PECORA IV Symposium, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, October 10-12, 1978, National Wildlife Federation, Scientific and Technical Series 3: 294-299

Hendricks, D.M. 1979b. Soil formation rates as related to forest watershed conditions (Chapter 6) Report prepared by University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Klemmedson, J.O. 1979b. Nutrient input by precipitation and the effect of precipitation on nutrient transfer by throughfall and stemflow (Chapter 2) Report prepared by University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Szaro, R.C., and R.P. Balda 1979b. Effects of harvesting ponderosa pine on nongame bird populations USDA Forest Service Research Paper RM-212

Hendricks, D.M. 1979a. The release of nutrients from parent materials as influenced by weathering. (Chapter 3) Report prepared by University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Klemmedson, J.O. 1979a. Decomposition of forest floor and transfer of nutrients to the soils. (Chapter 5) Report prepared by University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Ffolliott, P.F. and W.O. Rasmussen 1979a. An interactive model of snowpack accumulation and melt dynamics in forest conditions In: Colbeck, S. ed. Proceedings of a meeting on modeling snow cover runoff. U.S. Army Corps of Engineering, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Hanover, New Hampshire, September 25-28, 1978, pp. 359-368

Szaro, R.C., and R.P. Balda 1979a. Bird community dynamics in a ponderosa pine forest Studies in Avian Biology 3:1-66

Hibbert, A.R. 1979. Managing vegetation to increase flow in the Colorado River Basin USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-66, 27 p

McMurtray, M. 1979. Effects of silvicultural practices on Arizona ponderosa pine stem quality MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Hook, T.E. and A.R. Hibbert 1979. Sediment production from a chaparral watershed in central Arizona Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. 9:31-36

Johnson, R.R. and J.F. McCormick, tech. coords. 1979. Strategies for protection and management of floodplain wetlands and other riparian ecosystems: Proceedings of a symposium USDA Forest Service, Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-12. Washington, DC: USDA Forest Service

Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott 1979. An interactive model of suspended sediment yield on forested watersheds in central Arizona Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 9:43-47

Poudel, P.K. 1979. Capitalization of environmental benefits into property values: Literature review USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-69

Daniel, T.C. 1979. Integration of esthetics evaluation with visual inventory and physical feature models Final Report Prepared by the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, submitted to the USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experimetn Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Moir, W.H. and J.A. Ludwig 1979. A Classification of Spruce-fir and mixed conifer habitat types of Arizona and New Mexico. Rocky Mountain Research Paper RM-207

Clary, W.P. 1979. Variation in leaf anatomy and CO2 assimilation in Sitanion hystrix ecotypes Great Basin Naturalist 39:427-432

Larson, F.R., P.F. Ffolliott, W.O. Rasmussen, and D.R. Carder 1979. Estimating impacts of silvicultural management practices on forest ecosystems In: ________ Best Management Practices for Agriculture and Silviculture, Proceedings of the 1978 Cornell Agriculture Waste Management Conference, pp. 281-294

Vitousek, P.M. and J.M. Melillo 1979. Nitrate losses from disturbed forests: Patterns and mechanisms Forest Science. 25(4):605-619

Martin, W.E. and G.B. Snider 1979. Valuation of water and forage from the Salt-Verde Basin of Arizona* University of Arizona, Final Report prepared by the Department of Agricultural Economics, Tucson, Arizona, prepared for USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Reich, B., H.B. Osborn, and M.B. Baker, Jr 1979. Tests on Arizona's new flood estimates Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 9:65-74

Rogers, J.J., M.B. Baker, Jr., J.M. Prosser, and B. Kulongowski 1979. ECOSIM II-A system for simulating onsite effects of silvicultural management alternatives A final report to the Southeastern Environmental Research Center, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Trotta, P.D., J.J. Rogers, and W.B. Vandivere 1979. Impact of development on streamflows Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 9:109-118

Sims, B.D. 1979. Effect of fire on water quality in an Arizona ponderosa pine forest MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Wells, C.G., R.E. Campbell, L.F. DeBano, C.E. Lewis, R.L. Fredridsen, E.C. Franklin, R.C. Froelich, and P.H. Dunn 1979. Effects of fire on soil: A state-of-knowledge review USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report WO-7

Neff, D.J., C.Y. McCulloch, D.E. Brown, C.H. Lowe, and J.F. Barstad 1979. Forest, range, and watershed management for enhanced wildlife habitat in Arizona Arizona Game and Fish Department, Special Report No. 7

Li, R.M., D.B. Simons, T.J. Ward, and C.J. Orvis 1979. Hydraulic model study of flow control structures. Final Report CER78-79 RML-DBS-TJW-CJ051 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Klemmedson, J.O. and D.M. Hendricks 1979. Study of nutrient and soil balance in ponderosa pine ecosystems in relation to stand composition and land treatment* Final Report prepared by University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Gosz, J.R., C.S. White, and P.F. Ffolliott 1979. Nutrient and heavy metal transport capabilities of sediment in the southwestern United States Final Report for Eisenhower Consortium Grant #255

McKee, M. and R. Simmons 1979. A preliminary test and demonstration of the indifference-scaled factor profile technique in Forest Service regional planning Utah State University Final Report, Logan, Utah. Prepared for USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, AZ

Hook, Thomas E. 1979. Sediment production from a chaparral watershed in central Arizona Thesis (M.A.) Arizona State University, Tempe

Clary, W.P. and W.W. Kruse 1979. Phenology and rate of height growth of some forbs in the Southwest ponderosa pine type USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-376

Suhr, J. and D.R. Carder 1979. A comparison of three index techniques in use in Forest Service planning In: ______ Proceedings of a Workshop on Index Construction for Use in High Mountain Watershed Management, Utah Water Research Lab., Utah State University, UWRL/G-79/01, Logan, pp. __

McKee, M. 1979. Index utilization in natural resources planning: A review and evaluation of techniques In: ________ Proceedings of a workshop on Index Construction for Use in High Mountain Watershed Management, Utah Water Research Laboratory, Utah State University, UWRL/C-79/01, Logan, pp. __.

Goodwin, J.G. and C.R. Hungerford 1979. Rodent population densities and food habitats in Arizona ponderosa pine forests USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-214

Kruse, W.H., R.P. Balda, M.J. Simon, A.M. Macrander, and C.D. Johnson 1979. Community development in two adjacent pinyon-juniper eradication areas twenty-five years after treatment Journal of Environmental Management 8:237-247

Clary, W.P. 1978c. Producer-consumer biomass in Arizona ponderosa pine USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-56

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and T.J. Ward 1978c. Mapping of potential landslide areas in terms of slope stability. Final Report CER78-79 DBS-RML-JW19 prepared by Colorad o State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott 1978b. Should an organization use existing data or collect new? In: _______ Proceedings of a Workshop on Computer Systems in the Field. Sponsored jointly by Society of American Foresters and Iowa State University Ames, pp. 128-138

Clary, W.P. and H.E. Grelen 1978b. A comparison of beef gain potentials on cool semiarid and subtropical pine forest ranges In: Hyder, D.N., ed. Proceedings of the first international rangeland congress, Denver, Colorado, August 14-18, Society of Range Management. p. 600-602

Clary, W.P. 1978b. Arizona fescue mountain rangelands In: Hyder, D.N., editor. Proceedings of the first international rangeland congress, Denver, Colorado, August 14-18, Society of Range Management. p. 205-207

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and T.J. Ward 1978b. Equation and computer programs that develop design tables for estimating road sediment yield. Final Report CER77-78DBS-RML-TJW40 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and B.E. Spronk 1978b. Storm water and sediment runoff simulation for a system of multiple watersheds. Volume II. Sediment routing and yield. Final Report Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Clary, W.P. 1978a. Arizona fescue mountain rangelands Abstract of Papers, 1st International Rangeland Congress, Denver, Colorado, p. 22

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and B.E. Spronk 1978a. Storm and water and sediment runoff simulation for a system of multiple watersheds. Vol I., Water routing and yield. Final Report CER77-78DBS-RML-BEST47 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins Colorado, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott 1978a. Error processing systems for integrated resource data In: Lund, H.G., V.J. LaBau, P.F. Ffolliott, and D.W. Robinson, tech. coords. Integrated inventories of renewable natural resources: Proceedings of the workshop. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-55, pp. 328-331

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and T.J. Ward 1978a. Estimation of parameters that describe channel geometry for watershed modeling. Final Report CER77-78DBS-RML-TJW12 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Clary, W.P. and H.E. Grelen 1978a. A comparison of beef gain potentials on cool semiarid and subtropical pine forest ranges Abstracts of Papers. 1st International Rangeland Congress, Denver, Colorado, p. 55

Krebill, R.G.; Tackle, D. 1978. A case study in public involvement: Program planning for forestry research and the Battle Flat chaparral study area Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings, September 24th, 1978. Phoenix, AZ. 22:24-27 Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ

Reynolds, R. T. and Wight. 1978. Distribution, density, and productivity of accipiter hawks breeding in Oregon. Wilson Bulletin 90:182-196.A
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McAda, D.P. and P.F. Ffolliott 1978. Solar radiation as indexed by clouds for snowmelt modeling Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 8:175-181

McAda, D.P. 1978. Indexing solar radiation by clouds for snowmelt modeling MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Carmichael, R.S., O.D. Knipe, C.P. Pase and W.W. Brady. 1978. Arizona Chaparral: Plant Associations and Ecology. USDA Forest Service Research Paper RM-202. 16 p. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Ayer, H.W. and J. Baskett 1978. Elasticities: Supplementary statistics from interindustry studies Western Journal of Agricultural Economics July 1978:75-79

Gottfried G.J. 1978. Five-year growth and development in a virgin Arizona mixed conifer stand USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-203

Lawhead, David N. 1978. Home range, density and habitat preference of the bobcat on the Three Bar Wildlife Area, Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson

Hembree, Larry A. 1978. A utilization pattern by deer and cattle on Whitespar Watershed B in the Arizona chaparral MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, T.J. Ward, and L.Y. Shiao 1978. Simple road sediment yield model. Final Report CER77-78DBS-RML-TJW-LYS41 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Davis, E.A. 1978. Transpiration reduction of shrub live oak by picloram. Forest Science 24(2): 217-221. Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, Md.

Burford, C.L., L.E. Page, and J.D. Mertes 1978. Development, trial application and evaluation of a transportation mode alternative analysis and specification selection procedure for use in wildland transportation planning. Final Report Lubbock, Texas: Texas Technical University

Ffolliott, P.F., W.P. Clary, and W.H. Kruse 1978. Effects of grazing on multiple use values of a cleared ponderosa pine watershed In: Abstract of papers. The 31st Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management, San Antonio, Texas, February 7-9, 1978, p. 46. (Abstract)

Clary, W.P., P.F. Ffolliott, and F.R. Larson 1978. Factors affecting forage consumption by cattle in Arizona ponderosa pine forests Journal of Range Management 31:9-10 (pdf, 344K)

McCulloch, C.Y. 1978. Statewide deer food preferences* Arizona Game and Fish Department, Completion Report, Arizona Federal Aid Project W-78-R; WP4, J15, Phoenix, Arizona

Lund, H.G., V.J. LaBau, P.F. Ffolliott, and D.W. Robinson, tech. coords. 1978. Integrated inventories of renewable natural resources: Proceedings of the workshop USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-55

Phoenix Gazette, The 1978. Battle Flat Area to undergo test The Phoenix Gazette. August 3, D-10

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.R. Patton 1978. Abert squirrel use of ponderosa pine as feed trees USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-362, 4 p.

Anderson, L.M. 1978. Social influences on public perception of the scenic quality of forested landscapes Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Brown, C.C. 1978. Nutrient analysis of precipitation on two sites in northern Arizona MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Hibbert A.R. 1978. Battle Flat subwatersheds. 14 p. Unpublished report on file with the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Brown, T.C. and R.S. Boster 1978. On the economics of timber damage appraisal for public forests Journal of Forestry 76:777-780

Lowe, P.O., P.F. Ffolliott, J.H. Dieterich, and D.R. Patton 1978. Determining potential wildlife benefits from wildfire in Arizona ponderosa pine forests USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-52

Ffolliott, P.F. 1978. A multifunctional inventory approach to multiple use analysis In: Lund, H.G., V.J. LaBau, P.F. Ffolliott, and D.W. Robinson, editors. Proceedings, Integrated Inventories of Renewable Natural Resources. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-55. pp. 395-402

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1977c. Water yield improvement by vegetation management Water Resources Bulletin 13:563-571 American Water Resources Association, Herndon, VA

Daniel, T.C. 1977c. Public perception based assessment of forest aesthetics In: Proceedings of the 1977 National Convention, Society of American Foresters, Oct. 1977, pp. 323-327

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1977b. Water resources and multiple use forestry in the Southwest Journal of Forestry 75(8):469-472

Daniel, T.C. 1977b. Measuring public preference for scenic quality In: Thames, J.L., ed. Disturbed land reclamation and use in the Southwest. 189-202 Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and K.G. Eggert 1977b. Storm water and sediment runoff simulation for upland watersheds using analytical routing techniques Vol. I, Water Routing and Yield, Final Report CER 77-78, DBS-RML-KGE16 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Schroeder, H.W. 1977b. Predicting the aesthetic quality of forest roads In: Proceedings, Environmental Psychology: Arid, Forest and Urban Regions. Reprint of papers read at Amer. Assoc. for Advance. Of Sci., Denver, CO. Department of Psychology, University of Arizna, Tucson, Arizona, pp.___

Schroeder, H.W. 1977a. Predicting aesthetic evaluations for forest roads MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1977a. The Southwest frozen assets: Snowpack management Western Snow Conference 45:12-18

USDA Forest Service 1977a. The Beaver Creek Program. Advancing forest and range resource management USDA Forest Service, Brochure--English and Spanish Version

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and K.G. Eggert 1977a. Simple water routing and yield model using a small programmable calculator. Final Report CER76-77-DBS-RML-KGE52 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Carder, D.R., F.R. Larson, J.J. Rogers, W.O. Rasmussen, and P.F. Ffolliott 1977. Ecosystem analysis for watershed management Arizona Watershed Symposium 21:22-25

Heidmann, L.J., F.R. Larson, and W.J. Reidveld 1977. Evaluation of ponderosa pine reforestation techniques in central Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-190

Campbell, R.E. and O.G. Stevenson 1977. Solar radiation measurement in northern Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-339

Davis, E.A. and C.P. Pase 1977. Root System of shrub Live Oak: Implications for Water Yield in Arizona Chaparral Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 32:174-180 Soil Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, IA

Ayer, H.W. 1977. The effects of land use policy on employment Western Wire 2(3):2-3

Johnson, R.R. and D.A. Jones, tech. coords. 1977. Importance, preservation and management of riparian habitat: A symposium USDA Forest Service, Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-43

Pase, C.P. and E.E. Granfelt 1977. The use of fire on Arizona rangelands Arizona Interagency Range Committee Publication No. 4. 15 p

Heede, B.H. 1977. Influence of forest density on bedload movement in a small mountain stream Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings: Arizona Section, American Water Resources Association and Hydrology Section, Arizona Academy of Science. Las Vegas, NV. April 15-16. 7:103-107

Richards, M.T., D.A. King, and W.B. Kurtz. 1977. Recreational visitors to the Mogollon Rim area of Arizona USDC National Technical Information Service, PB-268-128

Hibbert, A.R. 1977. Distribution of precipitation on rugged terrain in Central Arizona Hydrology &Water Resources in AZ and the Southwest: Proceedings of the Arizona Section - AWRA and the Hydrology Section - Arizona Academy of Science. April 15-16, 1977, Las Vegas, NV. 7:163-173

LeCount, Albert 1977. Causes of fawn mortality: A final report Project W-78-R WP2- J11, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Research Division

Ffolliott, P.F., R.E. Thill, W.P. Clary, and F.R. Larson 1977. Animal use of ponderosa pine forest openings Journal of Wildlife Management 41:782-784

Senn, R.A., Jr. 1977. The effect of time on ponderosa pine stem form MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F., W.P. Clary, and F.R. Larson 1977. Effects of a prescribed fire in an Arizona ponderosa pine forest USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-336, 4 p.

Pase, C.P. and O.D. Knipe 1977. Effects of winter burning on herbaceous cover on a converted chaparral watershed Journal of Range Management. 30(5):346-348

Campbell, R.E., M.B. Baker, Jr., P.F. Ffolliott, F.R. Larson, and C.C. Avery 1977. Wildfire effects on a ponderosa pine ecosystem USDA Forest Service Research Paper RM-191

Davis, E.A. 1977. Root system of shrub live oak in relation to water yield by chaparral. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 7: 241-248. Arizona Nevada Academy of Science.

Davis, E.A. 1977. Laboratory and greenhouse spray chamber. Weed Science 25(3): 221-223. Weed Science Society of America, Champaign, Ill.

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and T.J. Ward 1977. Simple procedural method for estimating onsite soil erosion. Final Report CER76-77RML-DBS-TJW38 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Day, Gerald I. 1977. Javelina activity patterns: a final report Project W-78-R WP 2 - J9 Arizona Game and Fish Department, Wildlife Restoration Division

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and L.Y. Shiao 1977. Formulation of road sediment model. Final Report CER76-77DBS-RML-LYS50 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

USDA Forest Service 1977. Proposed Battle Flat Chaparral Demonstration Area. Unpublished report on file with the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, Arizona. 13 p.

US Environmental Protection Agency 1977. Non-point water quality modeling in wildland management: A state-of-the-art assessment USDA Forest Service, Interagency Agreement No. EPA-1AG-D5-0660, Ecological Research Series No. EPA-600/3-77-036 Washington, D.C.

Li, R.M., D.R. Carder, D.B. Simons, and L.Y. Shiao 1977. Mathematical modeling of sediment yield from forest logging roads In:___________ Proceedings of First International Conference on Mathematical Modeling, St. Louis, MO., pp. ____.

Ffolliott, P.F. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1977. Characteristics of Arizona ponderosa pine stands on sandstone soils USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-44

O'Connell, P.F. 1977. Economic evaluation of non-marked goods and services In:Hughes, J.M., and R.D. Lloyd. Outdoor recreation, advances in application of economics (proceedings of a National Symposium). USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report WO-2, p. 82-90

Clary, W.P. 1977. Producer-consumer biomass on forested and norforested Arizona fescue range Abstract of Papers, 30th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management, Portland, Oregon, p. 9

Ekholm, A. 1977. The impact of tourism in the Flagstaff trade area Northern Arizona Economic Review 3(4):4

Brown, T.C. and D.R. Carder 1977. Sustained yield of what? Journal of Forestry 75:722-723

Richards, M.T. and D.A. King 1977. Six recreation demand source populations in Arizona USDC National Technical Information Service, PB-268-129

Ffolliott, P.F. 1977. Product potential of pinyon-juniper woodlands In: Aldon, E.F., and T.J. Loring, technical coordinators. Ecology, uses, and management of pinyon-juniper woodlands: Proceedings of the workshop. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-38, pp. 28-31

Simons, D.B., D.R. Carder, and R.M. Li 1977. Principle and application of mathematical modeling of watershed and river systems In: ___________ Proceedings of the First International Conference on Mathematical Modeling. [St. Louis, MO.], pp. ______

Oakley, S.M., B.A. Segal, and R.M. Johnson 1977. Chemical and microbiological characteristics of two recreation oriented, oligotrophic mountain lakes Journal of Arizona Academy of Science 12:36-46

Patton, D.R. 1977. Managing southwestern ponderosa pine for the Abert squirrel Journal of Forestry 25(5):265-268

Carder, D.R. 1977. Multiresource management research in the Southwest: The Beaver Creek Program Journal of Forestry 75:582-584

Emmons, P.J. 1977. Relationship between seismic velocity, degree of weathering, and seepage potential: Watershed 17, Beaver Creek watershed, Coconino County, Arizona MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Li, R.M., D.B. Simons, T.J. Ward, and K.S. Steele 1977. Hydraulic model study of flow control structures. Final Report CER77-78 RML-DBS-TJW-KSS 15 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Gottfried G.J. and R.S. Embry 1977. Distribution of Douglas-fir and ponderosa pine dwarf mistletoe in a virgin Arizona mixed conifer stand USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-192

Arthur, L.M., T.C. Daniel, and R.S. Boster 1977. Scenic assessment: An overview Landscape Planning 4:109-129

Li, R.M., D.B. Simons, and R.K. Simons 1977. A mathematical model for evaluating on-site soil erosion Final Report CER76-77 RML-DBS-RKS 40 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Levi, D. 1977. Managing resources in a simulated commons situation: The effects of goal conditions, orientation and experience MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Cortner, H.J. and M.P. Berry 1977. The Arizona Water Resources Committee: An historical perspective Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 21:5-15

DeBano, L.F. 1977. Influence of forest practices on water yield, channel stability, erosion, and sedimentation in the Southwest. p. 74-78. In: Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters 1977 National Convention. Albuquerque, NM. Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, MD.

Ffolliott, P.F., F.R. Larson, and R.E. Thill 1977. Some characteristics of Arizona's mixed conifer forest floor USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-342

Simons, D.B., L.Y. Shiao, R.M. Li, and K.G. Eggert 1977. Storm water and sediment runoff simulation for upland watersheds using analytical routing techniques. Vol. II, Sediment yield Colorado Sttae University, report CER77-78DBS-RML-KGE17. Prepared for USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Hibbert, A.R. 1977. Potential for augmenting flow of the Colorado River by vegetation management In: Proceedings of the 21st Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. November 1, 1977. Tucson, AZ. Arizona Water Commission Report No. 10. 32 p. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ.

Davis, E.A. 1977. Root system of live shrub oak in relation to water yield in chaparral Hydrology & Water Resources in AZ and the Southwest: Proceedings of the Arizona Section - AWRA and the Hydrology Section - Arizona Academy of Science. April 15-16, 1977, Las Vegas, NV. 7:241-248

Franzrep, K.E. 1977. Bird population changes after timber harvesting of a mixed conifer forest in Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-184

Arthur, L.M. 1977. Predicting scenic beauty of forest environments: Some empirical tests Forest Science 23(2):151-160

Daniel, T.C., L.M. Anderson, H.W. Schroeder, and L. Wheeler, III 1977. Mapping the scenic beauty of forest landscapes Leisure Science 1:35-52

Urness, P.J., A.D. Smith, and R.K. Watkins 1977. Comparison of in vivo and in vitro dry matter digestibility of mule deer forages Journal of Range Management 30(2):119-121 (pdf, 523K)

Li, R.M., D.B. Simons, and M.A. Stevens 1976e. Morphology of cobble streams in small watersheds Journal of Hydraulic Division, American Society of Civil Engineers. Vol. 102, HY8, 1101-1117

Li, R.M., D.B. Simons, and K.G. Eggert 1976d. Process model of infiltration and subsurface flow routing Final Report CER76-77 RML-DBS-KGE 20 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Li, R.M., D.B. Simons, and D.R. Carder 1976c. Mathematical modeling of overland flow soil erosion In: ______ Soil Erosion: Prediction and Control. Soil Conservation Society of America, Special Publication No. 21., pp. ______.

Daniel, T.C. 1976b. Public perception based assessment of esthetics resources: The scenic beauty estimation method Proceedings, Environmental Psychology: Arid, Forest and Urban Regions, reprint of papers read at Amer. Assoc. for Advance. of Sci., Denver, CO Tucson, Ariz.: Department of Psychology, University of Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1976b. Watershed managements' effects on many resources Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 19:39-42

Li, R.M., D.B. Simons, and D.R. Carder 1976b. Computer simulation of storm water and sediment hydrographs from small watersheds In: ________ Proceedings of the 1976 Summer Computer Simulation Conference, Washington, D.C. 7 p.

Ffolliott, P.F., W.P. Clary, and F.R. Larson 1976b. Observations of beaver activity in an extreme environment The Southwestern Naturalist 21:131-133

Li, R.M., D.B. Simons, and D.R. Carder 1976a. Mathematical modeling of overland flow soil erosion In: Natural Soil Erosion Conference: Prediction and Control, May 25-26 Soil Conservation Society of America, Special Publication No. 21

Daniel, T.C. 1976a. Criteria for the development of perceived environmental indices In: Craik, K.H. and E.H. Zube, eds. Perceived Environmental Quality: Research and Applications. 27-45 New York: Plenum Press

Ffolliott, P.F., W.P. Clary, and F.R. Larson 1976a. Fire scene: 11 years after Progressive Agriculture Arizona 28:12-13

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1976a. Water yield improvement: State-of-the-art In: Proceedings of the Earth Science Symposium. USDA Forest Service, Region Five, Fresno, California, pp. 1-12

Dieterich, John H. 1976. Prescribed burning in ponderosa pine - state of the art. Unpub. Pap. on file at Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Valley Experimental Forest archives. 18 p.

Baskett, J. 1976. Economic impacts of United States Forest Service policies on local communities: An interindustry analysis of the Salt-Verde Basin, Arizona Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Solomon, R.M., P.F. Ffolliott, and J.R. Thompson 1976. Correlation between transmissivity and basal area in Arizona ponderosa pine forests USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-318

McCain, R.G. 1976. Relationship between water loss from stream channels and gravity and seismic measurements: Beaver Creek watershed 7, Coconino County, Arizona MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Grubb, T. G. 1976. Nesting bald eagles attack researcher. Auk 93: 842-843.
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Carder, D.R. 1976. Development and trial application of a prototype family of ecosystem component simulation models for land and water management In: ______ Earth Sciences Symposium Proceedings, Fresno, California, November 11, 1976, pp. 1-44

Carmichael, R.S. 1976. Chaparral vegetation of the Mazatzal Mountains, Arizona. M.S. Thesis. Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F. and R.M. Solomon 1976. Distributions of ponderosa pine forest densities on the Salt-Verde River Basin Agriculture Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin 227, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Patton, D.R., T.D. Ratcliff, and K.J. Rodgers 1976. Weight and temperature of the Abert and Kaibab squirrels The Southwestern Naturalist 21(2):236-238

Ffolliott, P.F. and J.R. Thompson 1976. Snow damage in Arizona ponderosa pine stands USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-322

Hassell, M.J. 1976. Forest Service's role in Arizona's water future. p. 40-42. In: Proceedings of the 20th Annual Watershed Symposium. September 15, 1976. Phoenix, AZ. Arizona Water Commission Report No. 8. 60 p Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ.

Szaro, R.C. 1976. Population densities, habitat selection, and foliage use by the birds of selected ponderosa pine forest areas in the Beaver Creek Watershed, Arizona PhD Dissertation, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Senn, R.A., Jr. 1976. A descriptive inventory of ponderosa pine on national forests in the Salt-Verde Basin, Arizona USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-26

Lovely, C.J. 1976. Hydrologic modeling to determine the effect of small earthen reservoirs on ephemeral streamflow MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Patton, D.R., H.G., Hudak, and T.D. Ratcliff 1976. Trapping, anesthetizing and marking the Abert squirrel USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-307

Simons, D.B. and R.M. Li 1976. Procedure for estimating model parameters of a mathematical model. Final Report CER75-76DBS-RML22 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Davis, E.A., and F.D. Cole. 1976. Shade materials for modifying greenhouse climate. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-33. 6 p. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Avery, C.C., F.R. Larson, and G.H. Schubert 1976. Fifty-year records of virgin stand development in southwestern ponderosa pine USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-22

Davis, J.R., and J.H. Dieterich. 1976. Predicting rate of fire spread (ROS) in Arizona chaparral. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-24. 8 p. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Waring, R.H., J.J. Rogers, and W.T. Swank 1976. Water relations and the hydrologic cycle In: Ecosystem Analysis, IBP Synthesis Volume Cambridge University Press

Burford, C.L., J.D. Mertes, and T.W. Jones 1976. Technological and environmental planning consideration to minimize the environmental impact of transporting people and products through wildland areas: An overview Lubbock, Texas: Department of Industrial Engineering and Park Administration, Landscape Architecture and Horticulture, Texas Technical University

Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1976. Factors affecting occurrence of compression wood in individual ponderosa pine trees Wood Science 8(3):201-208

Price, R. 1976. History of Forest Service Research in the Central and southern Rocky Mountain Regions, 1908-1975 USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-27 Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 100 p.

Heede, B.H. 1976. Equilibrium condition and sediment transport in an ephemeral mountain stream Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings: Arizona Section, American Water Resources Association and Hydrology Section, Arizona Academy of Science. Tucson, AZ. 6:97-102

Anderson H.W., M.D. Hoover and K.G. Reinhart 1976. Forest and Water: Effects of forest management on floods, sedimentation and water supply USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Report PSW-18. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Berkeley, CA

Hawkins, R.H 1976. Runoff curve numbers for northern Arizona watersheds* Final Report Prepared by Utah State University, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Arthur, L.M. and R.S. Boster 1976. Measuring scenic beauty: A selected annotated bibliography USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-25

Costa, R., P.F. Ffolliott, and D.R. Patton 1976. Cottontail response to forest management in southwestern ponderosa pine USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-330

Thompson, J.R., O.D. Knipe, P.M. Johnson. 1976. Windbreaks may increase water yield from grassland islands in Arizona's mixed conifer forests. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. 6:323-329.

Thompson, J.R., O.D. Knipe, and P.M. Johnson 1976. Windbreaks may increase water yield from the grassland islands in Arizona's mixed conifer forests Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. 6:323-329

Costa, R. 1976. Cottontail (Sylvilagus auduboni) response to ponderosa pine management MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson

Hassell, M.J. 1976. Forest Service's role in Arizona's water future Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 20:40-42

Boster, R.S. 1976. Methodologies for scenic assessment In: Harper, D. and J. Warbach, eds., Proceedings of a Conference/Workshop: Visual Quality and the Coastal Zone, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, State University of New York, pp. 78-102

Ffolliott, P.F., W.P. Clary, and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1976. Characteristics of the forest floor on sandstone and alluvial soils in Arizona's ponderosa pine type USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-308

Daniel, T.C. and R.S. Boster 1976. Measuring landscape esthetics: The scenic beauty estimation method USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-167

Baker, M.B., Jr. and D.R. Carder 1976. An approach for evaluating water yield and soil loss models* Earth Sciences Symposium Proceedings, Fresno, California, November 11. 42 p.

Thorud, D.B. and P.F. Ffolliott 1976. Arizona's frozen assets: Snowpack management Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 19:31-34

Rich, L.R. and G.J. Gottfried 1976. Water yields resulting from treatments on the Workman Creek Experimental Watersheds in central Arizona Water Resources Research 12:1053-1060

Wong, P., J. Barriga, and D.R. Carder 1976. Methods for estimating traffic volumes and compositions on national forests roads In: ________ Low-Volume Roads. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board Special Report 160 National Academy of Science, Washington, D.C., p. 257-266

Brown, T.C. 1976. Alternatives analysis for multiple use management: A case study USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-176. 16p.

Ffolliott, P.F. and R.L. Barger 1976. Primary wood product recovery from cutover ponderosa pine timber in north-central Arizona Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Miscellaneous Report 1

Ffolliott, P.F. 1976. An assessment of abert squirrel and cottontail activities on Beaver Creek Watersheds* Final Report Prepared by University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Clary, W.P. and H.A. Pearson 1976. Herbage changes following thinning and grazing of a southwestern ponderosa pine stand Society of Range Management 29:37.(Abstract)

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and L.Y. Shiao 1976. Preliminary procedural guide for estimating water and sediment yield from roads in forests. Final Report CER76-77DBS-RML-LYS21 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Simpson, C.J., T.L. Rosenthal, T.C. Daniel, and G.M. White 1976. Social influence variations in evaluating managed and unmanaged forest areas Journal of Applied Psychology 61:759-765

Patton D.R. 1976. Timber Harvesting increases deer and elk use in a mixed conifer forest. USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-329

Smith R. H. and Albert LeCount 1976. Factors affecting survival of mule deer fawns: A final report Project W-78-R WP2– J4 Arizona Game and Fish Department, Research Division

Larson, F.R. 1976. Simulator model use in determining outpust by alternatives USDA Forest Service, Region 3 Land Use Planning Symposium, Albuquerque, MN. 28 p.

Gregory, P.W. and P.F. Ffolliott 1976. Water quality of streamflow from forested watersheds on sedimentary soils Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 6:93-95

Davis, E.A. 1976. Induced single-flush synchronous growth of shrub live oak. USDA Forest Service Research Note RM-333. 4 p. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Carder, D.R. 1976. Woods Canyon: A large scale watershed management experiment: An explanation and interim report Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 19:43-46

Gregory, P.W. 1976. The water quality of streamflow from ponderosa pine forests on sedimentary soils MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Solomon, R.M., P.F. Ffolliott, M.B. Baker, Jr., and J.R. Thompson 1976. Computer simulation of snowmelt USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-174

Davis, E.A. 1976. Shade materials for modifying greenhouse climate. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-23. 6 p. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Clary, W.P. 1975b. Ecotypic adaptation in Sitanion hystrix Ecology 56:1407-1415

Patton, D.R. 1975b. Nest use and home range of three Abert squirrels as determined by radio tracking USDA Forest Service Research Note RM-281

Larson, F.R. 1975b. Simulating growth and management of ponderosa pine stands In: Meadows, J., B. Bare, K. Ware, and C. Row, editors. Systems Analysis and Forest Resources. Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, MD., pp. 211-221

Weisz, R.N., and D.R. Carder 1975b. Development of land use planning and transportation planning systems for National Forests In: ______ Man, leisure, and wildlands: A complex interaction. Proceedings of First Eisenhower Consortium Research Symposium, Bulletin 1:143-156

Clary, W.P. 1975b. Multiple use effects of manipulating pinyon-juniper In: Proceedings of the 1975 watershed management symposium, Logan, Utah, American Society of Civil Engineers, Irrigation and Drainage Division, pp. 469-477

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1975b. Water yield improvement by vegetation management focus in Arizona NTIS PB-246 056

Li, R.M., D.B. Simons, and M.A. Stevens 1975b. On overland flow water routing In: ___________ Proceedings of the National Symposium on Urban Hydrology and Sediment Control [Univ. of Kentucky, Lexington, July 28-31], pp. _____.

Clary, W.P. 1975a. Present and future multiple use demands on the pinyon-juniper type In: The pinyon-juniper ecosystem: A symposium, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, pp. 19-26

Patton, D.R. 1975a. Abert squirrel cover requirements in southwestern ponderosa pine USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-145

Larson, F.R. 1975a. Simulating growth and management of ponderosa pine stands PhD Dissertation, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Clary, W.P. 1975a. Range management and its ecological basis in the ponderosa pine type of Arizona: The status-of-our-knowledge USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-158

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1975a. Vegetation management for water and range management In: Proceedings, Watershed Management Symposium, ASCE Irrigation and Drainage Division Logan, Utah, pp. 249-266

Weisz, R.N., and D.R. Carder 1975a. Development of land use planning and transportation planning systems for National Forest Management: A status overview In: Meadows, _________ eds. Systems Analysis and Forest Resource Management, Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, MD. pp. 87-104

Cable, D.R. 1975. Range management in the chaparral type and its ecological basis: The status of our knowledge USDA Forest Service Research Paper RM-155. 30 p. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Gottfried G.J. and J.R. Jones 1975. Logging damage to advance regeneration on an Arizona mixed conifer watershed USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-147

Baker, M.B., Jr. 1975. Modeling management of ponderosa pine forest resources In: Proceedings of the 1975 watershed management symposium, Logan, Utah, August 11-13, American Society of Civil Engineers, Irrigation and Drainage Division, pp. 478-493

Sublette, W.J. and W.E. Martin 1975. Outdoor recreation in the Salt-Verde Basin of central Arizona: Demand and values University of Arizona Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin 218

Lowe, P.O. 1975. Potential wildlife benefits of fire in ponderosa pine forests MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.R. Patton 1975. Production-rating functions for Abert squirrels in southwestern ponderosa pine Wildlife Society Bulletin 3:162-165

Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and M.A. Stevens 1975. Development of models for predicting water and sediment routing and yield from storms on small watersheds. Final Report CER74-75DBS-RML-MAS24 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Goodwin, J.G. 1975. Population densities and food selection of small rodents in Arizona ponderosa pine forests MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Clary, W.P., W.H. Kruse, and F.R. Larson 1975. Cattle grazing and wood production under different ponderosa pine basal areas Journal of Range Management 28:434-437 (pdf, 679K)

Simons, D.B. and R.M. Li 1975. Watershed segmentation by a digital computer for mathematical modeling of watershed response. Final Report CER75-76DBS-RML9 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Beaulien, J.T. 1975. Effects of fire on understory plant populations in a northern Arizona ponderosa pine forest M.S. Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F and D.B. Thorud 1975. Watershed management's effects on many resources Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings, September 24th, 1975 Phoenix, AZ. 19:39-42

Day, G.I., and R.H. Smith. 1975. The effect of hunting on a javelina population. A Final Report for Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Project W-78-R-19. Work Plan 2, Job 7. Febr. 1, 1968 to June 30, 1975. 16 p. Research Division, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Phoenix, AZ.

Balda, R.P. 1975. Vegetation structure and breeding bird diversity In: Smith, D.R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of Symposium on Management of Forest and Range Habitats for Nongame Birds. Tucson, Arizona. 59-80 USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report WO-1

Affleck, R.S. 1975. Potential for water yield improvement in Arizona through riparian vegetation management Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Gosz, J.R. 1975. Stream chemistry as a tool in evaluating ski area development In: Eisenhower Consortium Bulletin No. 1, Man, Leisure and Wildlands: A complex interaction. First Eisenhower Consortium Resarch Symposium, Vail, Colorado, pp. 183-194

Heede, B.H. 1975. Watershed indicators of landform development Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. Proceedings: Arizona Section, American Water Resources Association and Hydrology Section, Arizona Academy of Science. Tucson, AZ. 5:43-46

Day, Gerald I. 1975. The effect of hunting on a Javelina population Project W-78-R WP 2 – J7 Arizona Game and Fish Department, Wildlife Restoration Division

Arthur, L.M. 1975. Testing the predictive utility of scenic beauty description models Ph.D. Disertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F. and W.P. Clary 1975. Differences in herbage-timber relationships on sedimentary and igneous soils in Arizona ponderosa pine stands Progressive Agriculture in Arizona, 27:6-7

Lavin, F. and T.N. Johnsen, Jr. 1975. Forage shrub adaption trials at three pinyon-juniper sites USDA Agriculture Research Service, Publication W-29

Patton, D.R. and P.F. Ffolliott 1975. Selected bibliography of wildlife and habitats for the Southwest USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-16

Dieterich, J.H. 1975. Chaparral management: Its potential - its problems - its future. p. 47-51. In: Proceedings of the 19th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 24, 1975. Arizona Water Commission Report No. 7. 51 p. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ.

Welch, B.W. 1975. Validation of snowpack inventory-prediction relationships in Arizona ponderosa pine forests MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Tunnicliff, B.M. 1975. The historical potential of snowfall as a water resources in Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Solomon, R.M., P.F. Ffolliott, and D.B. Thorud 1975. Characterization of snowmelt runoff efficiencies In: Proceedings, Watershed Management Symposium, ASCE, Irrigation and Drainage Division [Logan, UT., Aug. 11-13, 1975], pp. 306-326

Szaro, R.C., and R.P. Balda 1975. The effects of seasonality on bird communities in the ponderosa pine forest Proceedings, Cooper Ornithological Society Meeting, Montana State University, Bozeman. May

Urness, P.J., D.J. Neff, and J.R. Vahle 1975. Nutrient content of mule deer diets from ponderosa pine range Journal of Wildlife Management 39(4):670-673

Solomon, R.M., P.F. Ffolliott, M.B. Baker, Jr., G.J. Gottfried, and J.R. Thompson 1975. Snowmelt runoff efficiencies on Arizona watersheds Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Research Report 274

Livesey 1975.

Aul, J.S. 1975. Use of areal snow cover measurements to develop snowmelt-runoff relationships for Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Urness, P.J., D.J. Neff, and R.K, Watkins 1975. Nutritive value of mule deer forages on ponderosa pine summer range in Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-304

Aul, J.S. and P.F. Ffolliott 1975. Use of areal snow cover measurements from ERTS-1 imagery in snowmelt-runoff relationships in Arizona In: Rango, A., ed. Operational applications of satellite snowcover observations. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA SP-391. 103-112

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1974c. Vegetation management for increased water yield in Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 215. The University of Arizona, Tucson. 38 p. Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin 215

Beschta, R.L. 1974b. Streamflow hydrology and simulation of the Salt River Basin in central Arizona PhD Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1974b. Development of forest management guidelines for increasing snowpack water yields in Arizona Arizona Water Resources Project Information, Project Bulletin 7

Patton, D.R. 1974b. Estimating food consumption from twigs clipped by the Abert squirrel USDA Forest Service Research Note RM-272

Clary, W.P. 1974b. Response of herbaceous vegetation to felling of alligator juniper Journal of Range Management 27:387-389 (pdf, 968K)

Neff, D.J. 1974b. Forage preferences of trained mule deer on the Beaver Creek watersheds Arizona Game and Fish Department, Special Report No 4. Arizona Federal Aid Project W-78-R, 61 pp.

Ffolliott, P.F. 1974b. Water yield improvement opportunities on Arizona's grassland and desert shrub ranges Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 18:37-39

Beschta, R.L. 1974a. Climatology of the ponderosa pine type in central Arizona Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin 228

Neff, D.J. 1974a. Behavior of deer and elk in relation to watershed treatments* Arizona Game and Fish Department, Final Report, Arizona Federal Aid Project W-78-R-18; WP4, J14, Phoenix, Arizona, 22 pp.

Clary, W.P. 1974a. Pinyon-juniper control--does it pay? Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 18:26-29

Ffolliott, P.F. 1974a. Potentials for water yield improvement by vegetation management in Arizona Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings, September 25th 1974. Phoenix, AZ. 18:47-51 Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ

Patton, D.R. 1974a. Characteristics of ponderosa pine stands selected by the Abert's squirrel for cover PhD Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1974a. A technique to evaluate snowpack profiles in and adjacent to forest openings Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 4:10-17

Thompson, J.R. 1974. Energy budget measurements over three cover types in eastern Arizona Water Resources Research. 10:1045-1048

Rich, L.R.; Thompson, J.R. 1974. Watershed management in Arizona's mixed conifer forests: The status of our knowledge USDA Forest Service, Research Paper 130

Horton, J.S. and C.J. Campbell 1974. Management of phreatophyte and riparian vegetation for maximum multiple use values USDA Forest Service, Res. Pap. RM-117

Ingebo, P.A. and A.R. Hibbert 1974. Runoff and erosion after brush suppression on the Natural Drainages watersheds in central Arizona USDA Forest Service, Res. Note RM-275, 7 p

Solomon, R.M. 1974. An assessment of snowpack depletion-surface runoff relationships on forested watersheds MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Brown, T.C. and R.S. Boster 1974. Effects of chaparral-to-grass conversion on wildfire suppression costs USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-119

Gopen, S.R. 1974. A time-space technique to analyze snowpacks in and adjacent to openings in the forest MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Clary, W.P., M.B. Baker, Jr., P.F. O'Connell, T.N. Johnsen, Jr., and R.E. Campbell 1974. Effects of pinyon-juniper removal on natural resource products and uses in Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-128

Davis, E.A. 1974. Changes in Stream Water Nitrate Content Associated with a Chaparral-to-Grass Conversion. Work Unit 1606 Annual Report. USDA Forest Service.

Larson, F.R., P.F. Ffolliott, and K.E. Moessner 1974. Using aerial measurements of forest overstory and topography to estimate peak snowpack USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-267

Hibbert, A.R., E.A. Davis, and D.G. Scholl 1974. Chaparral conversion. Part I: Water yield response and effects on other resources USDA Forest Service Research Paper RM-126, 36 p.

Brown, T.C. and R.S. Booster 1974. Effects of chaparral-to-grass conversion on wildfire suppression costs. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station Research Paper RM-119. 11 p. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ft. Collins, CO

Baker, M.B., Jr. and H.E. Brown 1974. Multiple use evaluations on ponderosa pine forest land Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 18:18-25

Lefevre, R.E. 1974. Effects of Gambel oak on the characteristics of litter in a ponderosa pine forest MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Hurst, W.D. 1974. The application of water yield research to the National Forests of the southwest Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 18:43-46

O'Connell, P.F., and R.S. Boster 1974. Demands on national forests require coordinated planning Arizona Reporter 23:1-7

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1974. More Water for Arizona University of Arizona Technical Bulletin 215. Tucson, AZ. 28p.

Larson, F.R. 1974. Formulating conversion tables for stick-measure of Sacramento precipitation storage gages USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-276

Story, M.T. 1974. Nitrogen fixation by Ceanothus fenderi and Lupinus argenteus as a function of parent material and vegetal cover MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Arizona Water Resources Committee 1974. More water for Arizona Arizona Water Resources Committee, Phoenix, Arizona.

Piatt, J.R. and P.D. Kruse 1974. Road and site characteristics that influence road salt distribution and damage to roadside Aspen trees Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 3:301-304

Brown, H.E., M.B. Baker, Jr., J.J. Rogers, W.P. Clary, J.L. Kovner, F.R. Larson, C.C. Avery, and R.E. Campbell 1974. Opportunities for increasing water yields and other multiple use values on ponderosa pine forest lands USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-129

Turner, J.M. 1974. Allocation of forest management practices on public lands Annals of Regional Science 8:72-88

Brown, T.C., P.F. O'Connell, and A.R. Hibbert 1974. Chaparral conversion in Arizona. Part II: An Economic Analysis USDA Forest Service Research Paper RM-127. 28 p. USDA Forest Service Research Paper RM-127. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service USDA Fort Collins, CO

Turner, J.M. and F.R. Larson 1974. Cost analysis of experimental treatments on ponderosa pine watersheds USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-116

O'Connell, P.F. 1974. Detailed studies in the Salt-Verde watershed Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 18:52-57

O'Connell, P.F. 1974. Detailed studies in the Salt-Verde watershed. p. 52-57. In: Proceedings of the 18th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 24, 1974. Phoenix, AZ. Arizona Water Commission Report No. 6. 60 p. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ.

Boster, R.S., P.F. O'Connell, and J.C. Thompson 1974. Recreation uses change Mogollon Rim economy Arizona Review 23(8-9):1-7

Thorud, D.B. 1974. The Arizona Watershed Program in review - Conclusions and recommendations. p. 58-60. In: Proceedings of the 18th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 24, 1974. Phoenix, AZ. Arizona Water Commission Report No. 6. 60 p. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ.

Ffolliott, P.F. and W.P. Clary 1974. Predicting herbage production from forest growth in Arizona ponderosa pine Progressive Agriculture in Arizona 26:3-5

Bohren, C.F. and B.R. Barkstrom 1974. Theory of the optical properties of snow Journal of Geophysical Research 79:4527-4535

Hurst, W.D. 1974. The application of water yield research to the National Forests of the Southwest. p. 43-46. In: Proceedings of the 18th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 24, 1974. Phoenix, AZ. Arizona Water Commission Report No. 6. 60 p. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ.

Hibbert, A.R. 1974. Chaparral research for water and other resources. p. 30-36. In: Proceedings of the 18th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 24, 1974. Phoenix, AZ. Arizona Water Commission Report No. 6.60 p. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ.

Richards, M.T. 1974. An activity topology for outdoor recreation in the Mogollon Rim area MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Moore, R.E. and W.A. Warskow 1973. Brushy Basin - A formula for watershed management success p. 18-20. In: Proceedings of the 17th Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 19, 1973. Phoenix, AZ. Arizona Water Commission Report No. 5. 40 p. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ

Brown, David E. 1973. The natural vegetative communities of Arizona (map) Arizona Game and Fish Department. Map scale 1:500,000 Arizona Resources Information Systems, Phoenix

Snyder, N. F. R., H. A. Snyder, J. L. Lincer, and R. T. Reynolds. 1973. Organochlorines, heavy metals, and the biology of North American accipiters. BioScience 23: 300-305.

Urness, P.J. 1973. Deer nutrition in Arizona chaparral and desert habitats. Part II: Chemical analyses and in vitro digestibility of seasonal deer forages In: Arizona Game and Fish Department Special Report No. 3. 39-52

Urness, P.J. and C.Y. McCulloch 1973. Deer nutrition in Arizona chaparral and desert habitats. Part III: Nutritional value of seasonal deer diets In: Arizona Game and Fish Department Special Report No. 3. 53-68

Davis, E.A. 1973. Picloram movement from a chaparral watershed Water Resources Research. 9:1304-1313

McCulloch, C.Y. 1973. Deer nutrition in Arizona chaparral and desert habitats. Part I. Seasonal diets of mule and white-tailed deer In: Arizona Game and Fish Department Special Report No. 3. 1-37

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.P. Worley 1973. Forest stocking equations: Their development and application USDA Forest Service Research Paper RM-102, 8 p.

Thorud, D.B. and P.F. Ffolliott 1973. A comprehensive analysis of a major storm and associated flooding in Arizona Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin 202

Daniel, T.C., L. Wheeler, R.S. Boster, and P.R. Best, Jr. 1973. Quantitative evaluation of landscapes: An application of signal detection analysis to forest management alternatives Management-Environment Systems 3:330-344

Boster, R.S. 1973. On the criteria for and possibility of quantifying the esthetic aspects of water resuorce projects In: P.J. Brown (ed.), Towards a technique for quantifying aesthetic quality of water resources, PRWG-120-2, Utah State University, Logan Utah, pp. 6-12

Pearson, H.A. 1973. Calculating grazing intensity for maximum profit on ponderosa pine range in northern Arizona Journal of Range Management 26(4):277-278 (pdf, 359K)

Miller, R.L. and F.R. Larson 1973. A cost analysis of clearing a ponderosa pine watershed USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-231

Rogers, J.J. 1973. Design of a system for predicting effects of vegetation manipulation on water yield in the Salt-Verde Basin Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Bohren, C.F. and D.B. Thorud 1973. Two theoretical models of radiation heat transfer between forest trees and snowpacks Agricultural Meteorology 11:3-16

Welch, T.G. 1973. Distribution of nitrogen and carbon in ponderosa pine ecosystems as a function of parent material PhD Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Bohren, C.F. 1973. Theory of radiation heat transfer between forest canopy and snowpack In: _______ Proceedings of Symposium on the Role of Snow and Ice on Hydrology, Banff, Alberta, Canada, June 1972, pp. 165-173

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1973. Describing Arizona snowpacks in forested condition with storage duration index Progressive Agriculture in Arizona 25:6-7

Nibler, G.J. 1973. The use of upper air data in the estimation of snow melt MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Martin, S.C. 1973. Range management for the semidesert grass-shrub complex and its ecological basis USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Tucson, Arizona. Unpublished report, 93 p.

Neff, D.J. 1973. Effect of watershed treatment on deer and elk use Arizona Game and Fish Department, Final Report, Arizona Federal Aid Project W-78-R-18; WP4, J5, Phoenix, Arizona, 9 pp.

Clary, W.P. and D.C. Morrison 1973. Large alligator junipers benefit early-spring forage Journal of Range Management 26:70-71 (pdf, 966K)

Davis, E.A. and P.A. Ingebo 1973. Picloram movement from a chaparral watershed Water Resources Research 9:1304-1313 American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC.

Clary, W.P. 1972b. Phenology, production, and water use of ecotypes of Sitanion hystrix (Nutt.) J.G. Smith PhD Dissertation, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

O'Connell, P.F. 1972b. Valuation of timber, forage, and water from National Forest lands Annals of Regional Science 6:1-14

O'Connell, P.F. 1972a. Economics of chaparral management in the Southwest In: Watersheds in Transition Symposium, Fort Collins, Colorado, June, 1972, American Water Resources Association Proceedings Series 14:260-266

Clary, W.P. 1972a. A treatment prescription for improving big game habitat in ponderosa pine forests Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 16:25-28

Boster, R.S. and L.R. Davis. 1972. Soil-loss considerations in chaparral-to-grass conversions p. 243-250. In: National Symposium on Watersheds in Transition. American Water Resources Association, Urbana, Ill.

Campbell, C.J. and C.P. Pase 1972. Pressure bomb measures changes in moisture stress of birchleaf mountain mahogany after partial crown removal USDA Forest Service Research Note RM-221. 4 p. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Reynolds, R. T. 1972. Sexual Dimorphism in Accipiter Hawks: A New Hypothesis. The Condor. Vol. 74, No. 2, pp. 191-197.
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Pase, C.P. 1972. Litter production by oak-mountainmahogany chaparral in central Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note, RM-214. 7 p

Rich, L.R. 1972. Managing a ponderosa pine forest to increase water yield Water Resources Research. 8:422-428

McCulloch, C.Y. 1972. Deer foods and brush control in southern Arizona Journal of Arizona Academy of Science, 7:113-119

Ingebo, P.A. 1972. Converting chaparral to grass to increase streamflow Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. 2:181-192

Anderson, C.A. and P.M. Blacet 1972. Precambrian geology of the northern Bradshaw Mountains, Yavapai Country, Arizona U.S. G.S. Bulletin 1336

Kruse, W.H. 1972. Effects of wildfire on elk and deer use of a ponderosa pine forest USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-226

Pearson, H.A. 1972. Estimating cattle gains from consumption of digestible forage on ponderosa pine range Journal of Range Management 25(1):18-20 (pdf, 529K)

Eagan, D.E. and F.R. Larson 1972. Proposed principles and standards for planning water and related land resources In: Dynamics of Forest Policy Symposium, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. 70-78

Thorud, D.B. and P.F. Ffolliott 1972. Development of management guidelines for increasing snowpack water yields from ponderosa pine forests in Arizona In: _______ National symposium on watershed in transition. American Water Resources Association and Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, June 19-21, 1971, pp. 171-173

Reynolds, H.G. 1972. Wildlife habitat improvement in relation to watershed management in the Southwest Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 16:10-17

O'Connell, P.F., and H.E. Brown 1972. Use of production functions to evaluate multiple use treatments on forested watersheds Water Resources Research 8:1188-1198

Pearson, H.A., Jr., R. Davis, and G.H. Schubert 1972. Effects of wildfire on timber and forage production in Arizona Journal of Range Management 25(4):250-253 (pdf, 625K)

Campbell, C.J. and Charles P. Pase 1972. Pressure bomb measures changes in moisture stress of birchleaf mountain mahogany after partial crown removal USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-221

Anderson, Charles A. and Philip M. Blacet 1972. Precambrian geology of the northern Bradshaw Mountains, Yavapai Country, Arizona. USGS Bulletin 1336. 82p.

Thorud, D.B. and P.F. Ffolliott 1972. The Labor Day storm of 1970 in Arizona Western Snow Conference 40:37-42

Ffolliott, P.F., D.L. Fishers, and D.B. Thorud 1972. A physiographic survey of the ponderosa pine type on the Salt-Verde River Basin Agricultural Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin 200, University of Arizona, Tucson

Neff, D.J. 1972. Responses of deer and elk to Beaver Creek watershed treatments Arizona Watershed Symposium 16:18-24

Ffolliott, P.F. and W.P. Clary 1972. A selected and annotated bibliography of understory-overstory vegetation relationships Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 198, 33 p.

Schmidt, R.A., Jr. 1972. Sublimation of wind-transported snow-a model USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-90

Reynolds, H.G. 1972. Wildlife habitat improvement in relation to watershed management in the Southwest. p. 10-17. In: Proceedings of the 16th Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 20, 1972. Phoenix, AZ. Arizona Water Commission Report No. 2. 43 p. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ.

Boster, R.S. and W. Martin 1972. The value of primary versus secondary data in interindustry analysis: a study in the economics of economic models Annals of Regional Science, 6(2):35-44

Clary, W.P. and P.F. Ffolliott 1972. A selected and annotated bibliography of understory-overstory relationships Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin 198

King, D.A. and P.F. Ffolliott 1972. Rate of value increase: A decision guide for timber management Progressive Agriculture in Arizona 24:13-3, 16

Jackson, P.L. 1972. Predicting degree day snow melt factors with crown closure in Arizona ponderosa pine MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Thorud, D.B. and P.F. Ffolliott 1972. Development of management guidelines for increasing snowpack water yields from ponderosa pine forests in Arizona In: _______ National symposium on watershed in transition. American Water Resources Association and Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, June 19-21, 1971, pp. 171-173

Boster, R.S.; Daniel, T.C. 1972. Measuring public responses to vegetation management Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 16:38-43

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1972. Use of forest attributes in snowpack inventory-prediction relationships for Arizona ponderosa pine Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 27:109-111

Thompson, A.E. 1972. Research in landscape architecture Progressive Agriculture in Arizona 24:8-11, 16

Ffolliott, P.F., D.B. Thorud, and R.W. Enz 1972. An analysis of yearly differences in snowpack inventory- prediction relationships Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 2:31-42

Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1972. The physical characteristics and utilization of major woodland tree species in Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-83

Boster, R.S. 1971c. Ground water and the environmental movement Ground Water 9(1):2-4

Reich, B.M. 1971c. Runoff estimates for small rural watersheds Final Report prepared by Pennsylvania State University, submitted to the Federal Hiughway Administration, Washington D.C.

Boster, R.S. 1971b. A critical appraisal of the environmental movement Journal of Forestry 69:12-16

Reich, B.M. 1971b. Feasibility study of conceptual models for Beaver Creek hydrology* Final Report prepared by Pennsylvania State University, submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1971b. Prospects for cottonwood utilization in Arizona Progressive Agriculture in Arizona 23(3):14-16

Boster, R.S. 1971a. A critical appraisal of the environmental movement Society of American Foresters, 1970

Reich, B.M. 1971a. Feasibility study of conceptual models for Beaver Creek hydrology Unpublished Report, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1971a. Effects of extractives on specific gravity of southwestern ponderosa pine USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-205

Ingebo, P.A. 1971. Suppression of channel-side chaparral cover increases streamflow Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 26(2):79-81

Brown, H.E. 1971. Evaluating watershed management alternatives Journal of Irrigation and Drainage, Division 97 (IR1):93-108 American Society of Civil Engineers

Reynolds, R. T. 1971. A recent occurrence of a colony of white-throated swifts in Central Oregon. Murrelet 52:22.

Pond, F.W. 1971. Chaparral: 47 years later USDA Forest Service, Research Paper, RM-69. 11 p

Pase, C.P. 1971. Effect of a February burn on Lehmann lovegrass Journal of Range Management 24:454-456 (pdf, 1,019K)

Hibbert, A.R. and P.A. Ingebo 1971. Chaparral treatment effects on streamflow In: 15th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium, Phoenix, AZ, September 1971, 15:25-34 Arizona Water Resources Committee and Arizona Water Commission, Phoenix, AZ.

Pase, C.P. and A.W. Lindenmuth, Jr. 1971. Effects of prescribed fire on vegetation and sediment in oak-mountain mahogany chaparral Journal of Forestry. 69:800-805

Gieske, M.H. and R.S. Boster 1971. DAMID, A discounting analysis model for investment decisions USDA Forest Service Research Note RM-200

Thorud, D.B. and P.F. Ffolliott 1971. Progress in developing forest management guidelines for increasing snowpack water yields Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 1:291-300

McKee, Edwin H., and Charles A. Anderson 1971. Age and Chemistry of Tertiary Volcanic Rocks in North-Central Arizona and Relation of the Rocks to the Colorado Plateau Geological Society of America Bulletin 82:2767-2782

Hibbert, A.R. 1971. Increases in streamflow after converting chaparral to grass Water Resources Research 7:71-80

Ffolliott, P.F., F.R. Larson, and R.L. Barger 1971. Predicting scaled volume recoverable from cutover southwestern ponderosa pine stands USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-195

Larson, F.R., K.E. Moessner, and P.F. Ffolliott 1971. A comparison of aerial photo and ground measurements of ponderosa pine stands USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-192

McCabe, K.W. 1971. A geo-botanical study of Stoneman Lake, Wet Beaver Creek experimental drainage basin, Coconino County, Arizona MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Clary, W.P. 1971. Effects of Utah juniper removal on herbage yields from Springerville soils Journal of Range Management 24:373-378 (pdf, 1,354K)

Clary, W.P. and F.R. Larson 1971. Elk and deer use are related to food sources in Arizona ponderosa pine USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-202

Ffolliott, P.F. and R.L. Barger 1971. New approach to estimating timber products Progressive Agriculture in Arizona 23:11-13

Thorud, D.B. and P.F. Ffolliott 1971. The 1970 Labor Day storm - a composite report Arizona Watershed Symposium 15:46-55

Baker, M.B., Jr., H.E. Brown, and N.E. Champagne, Jr. 1971. Hydrologic performance of the Beaver Creek watersheds during a 100-year storm American Geophysical Union Transactions 52:828

Ingebo, P.A., W.B. Casner and G.L. Godsey 1971. A Computer Program for Computing Streamflow Volumes USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-203

Scholl, D.G. 1971. Soil wettability in Utah juniper stands Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 35:344-345

Pearson, H.A., J.F. Mann, and D.A. Howard 1971. Timing use of cool- and warm-season grasses on pine ranges Journal of Range Management 24:162-163 (pdf, 328K)

Heidt, J.D., D.A. Jameson, R.L. Barger, and B.J. Erickson 1971. Determining timber conversion alternatives through computer analysis USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-74

Embry, R.S. and G.J. Gottfried 1971. Basal area growth for Arizona mixed conifer species USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-198

Embry, R.S. and G.J. Gottfried 1971. Height-Diameter equations for Arizona mixed conifer USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-191

USDA Forest Service 1971. Highlights of Three Bar watershed studies. 18 p. Unpublished report on file with the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

USDA Forest Service 1971. Watershed and Aquatic Habitat Forestry Research Highlights 1970 Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO

Jameson, D.A. 1971. Optimum stand selection for juniper control on southwestern woodland ranges Journal of Range Management 24:94-99 (pdf, 972K)

Miller, R.L. 1971. Clearing an alligator juniper watershed with saws and chemicals: A cost analysis USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-183

Reynolds, R. T. 1970. Nest observations of the long-eared owl (Asio otus) in Benton County, Oregon, with notes on their food habitats. Murrelet 51: 8-9.
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Boster, R.S. 1970. The value of primary versus secondary data in interindustry analysis in Arizona PhD Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Campbell, C.E. 1970. The remote subdivision in Arizona: Characteristics and distribution Journal of Arizona Academy of Science. 6:98-101

Larson, F.R., P.F. Ffolliott, and W.P. Clary 1970. Distribution of dwarf mistletoe in ponderosa pine stands on the Beaver Creek watershed USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-175

Proctor, G. 1970. The Forest Service chaparral management policy. p. 39-40. In: Proceedings of the 14th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 23, 1970. Phoenix, AZ. 40 p. State Land Department Vol. I, Book II. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

O'Connell, P.F., and H.E. Brown 1970. The use of production functions in multile-use evaluation of land treatments on the Beaver Creek pilot watersheds American Geophysical Union Transactions 51:753

Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1970. Evaluating product potential in standing timber USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-57

Brown, H.E., E.A. Hansen, and N.E. Champagne, Jr. 1970. A system for measuring total sediment yield from small watersheds Water Resources Research 6:818-826

Brown, H.E. 1970. Status of pilot watershed studies in Arizona Journal of Irrigation and Drainage, Division 96 (IR1):11-23 American Society of Civil Engineers

USDA Forest Service 1970. Understanding the Forest and Range Environment Forestry Research Highlights 1969 Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO

O'Connell, P.F. 1970. Economic modeling in natural resource planning Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 14:31-38

Wallmo, C., and D.J. Neff. 1970. Direct observations of tamed deer to measure their consumption of natural forage In: Range of wildlife habitat evaluation--a research symposium. 105-110 USDA Miscellaneous Publication 1147

Miller, R.L and T.N. Johnsen 1970. Effects of tree and sawyer factors on costs of felling large alligator junipers USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-56

O'Connell, P.F. 1970. Economic modeling in natural resource planning. p. 31-38. In: Proceedings of the 14th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 23, 1970. Phoenix, AZ. 40 p. State Land Department Vol. I, Book II. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Davis, E.A. 1970. Propagation of shrub live oak from cuttings. Botanical Gazette 131(1): 55-61. University of Chicago, Ill.

Reynolds, H.G., W.P. Clary, and P.F. Ffolliott 1970. Gambel oak for southwestern wildlife Journal of Forestry 68:545-547

USDA Forest Service 1970. Hydrologic Diversity in Arizona. 7 p. Unpublished report on file with the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Jameson, D.A. 1970. Juniper root competition reduces basal area of blue grama Journal of Range Management 23:217-218

Clary, W.P. 1970. The relationship of herbage production on Springerville soils to Utah juniper overstory and precipitation American Society of Range Management, Abstract of Papers 23:69

Storey, H.C. and I.C. Reigner 1970. Vegetation Management to Increase Water Yield Proceedings of the Symposium on Interdisciplinary Aspects of Watershed Management. Bozeman, Montana, August 3-6, 1970. p.271-293

Ffolliott, P.F. 1970. Characterization of Arizona snowpack dynamics for prediction and management purposes PhD Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Kruse, W.H. 1970. Temperature and moisture stress affect germination of Gutierrezia sarothrae Journal of Range Management 23:143-144 (pdf, 418K)

USDA Forest Service 1970. Chaparral Vegetation Type. Division of Range and Wildlife, Southwestern Region, USDA Forest Service

Barrett, Thomas W. 1970. Water Yield Improvement, Salt, Verde, and Gila Basins Final report, Cooperative Agreement No. 16-68, Line Project. FS-RM-1606, 319 p On file at the Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Pearson, H.A. 1970. Digestibility trials: In vitro techniques In: Range and wildlife habitat evaluation--a research symposium, May, 1968, Flagstaff and Tempe, Arizona. USDA Miscellaneous Publication 1147, pp. 85-92

Scholtz, J.F. 1969c. Investigation of low-stage transmission losses in stream channels on watersheds 7, 9, 11, and 12; Beaver Creek experimental drainage basin, Coconino County, Arizona* Final Report Prepared by Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Thames, J.L. 1969c. A watershed soil sampling guide In Thames, J.L. 1969. A study to determine the hydrologic and physical properties of some Beaver Creek soils Department of Watershed Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. 330 p.

Scholtz, J.F. 1969b. Evidence for revision of the name Hickey Formation east of the Verde Valley, Coconino County, Arizona Journal of Arizona Academy of Science 5:182-183

Rector, J.R. 1969b. Infiltration characteristics of soils in the Beaver Creek area of north central Arizona In Thames, J.L. 1969. A study to determine the hydrologic and physical properties of some Beaver Creek soils

Garn, H.S. 1969b. The volume-water content relationship of two Beaver Creek soils In Thames, J.L. 1969. A study to determine the hydrologic and physical properties of some Beaver Creek soils. Department of Watershed Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. 330 p.

Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1969b. Multiproduct timber inventory In: ________ 21st Annual Meeting of the Forest Products Research Society, July, 1967, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 12 p.

Thames, J.L. 1969b. The size distribution of surface rocks on several Beaver Creek watersheds In Thames, J.L. 1969. A study to determine the hydrologic and physical properties of some Beaver Creek soils Department of Watershed Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. 330 p.

Ryan, J.A. 1969b. Sampling study of the physical properties of several soil types in northern Arizona In Thames, J.L. 1969. A study to determine the hydrologic and physical properties of some Beaver Creek soils. Department of Watershed Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. 330 p.

Scholtz, J.F. 1969a. The Beaver Creek volcanics: a new formation, Coconino-Yavapai Counties, Arizona Geological Society of America

Thames, J.L. 1969a. A study to determine the hydrologic and physical properties of some Beaver Creek soils* Department of Watershed Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. 330 p.

Rector, J.R. 1969a. Infiltration characteristics of soils in the Beaver Creek area of north central Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1969a. Multiproduct timber inventory* Forest Products Journal 19:31-36

Ryan, J.A. 1969a. Sampling study of the physical properties of several soil types in northern Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Garn, H.S. 1969a. Factors affecting snow accumulation, melt, and runoff on an Arizona watershed MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson

Davis, E.A. and C.P. Pase 1969. Selective control of brush on chaparral watersheds with soil-applied fenuron and picloram USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Research Note RM-140 USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-140, 4 p.

Arnold, Joseph F. 1969. Reproduction of Arizona Sycamore. Unpub. Pap. on file at Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Valley Experimental Forest archives. 3 p.

Johnsen, T.N., Jr., W.P. Clary, and P.F. Ffolliott 1969. Gambel oak control on the Beaver Creek pilot watershed in Arizona USDA Agriculture Research Service, ARS 34-104

Pase, C.P. 1969. Survival of Quercus turbinella and Q. emoryi seedlings in an Arizona chaparral community Southwestern Naturalist. 14: 149-155

Arnold, J.F. 1969. Herbage yield potentials of major watershed vegetation types. Salt-Verde comprehensive hydrologic survey UDSA Forest Service, Southwestern Region

USDI Bureau of Reclamation 1969. Water Resource Development Part III, In: Mineral and Water Resources of Arizona. The Arizona Bureau of Mines, Bulletin 180

Keith, B. 1969. Feldspar pp. 342-348, In: Mineral and Water Resources of Arizona. The Arizona Bureau of Mines, Bulletin 180

Brobst, D.A. 1969. Barite pp. 311-315, In: Mineral and Water Resources of Arizona. The Arizona Bureau of Mines, Bulletin 180

Butler, A.P. Jr. and V.P. Byers 1969. Uranium pp. 282-292, In: Mineral and Water Resources of Arizona. The Arizona Bureau of Mines, Bulletin 180

Shride, A.F. 1969. Asbestos pp. 303-311, In: Mineral and Water Resources of Arizona. The Arizona Bureau of Mines, Bulletin 180

Van Cleve, P.W. 1969. Esthetic interests in water yield improvement. p. 25-28. In: Proceedings of the 13th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 24, 1969. Phoenix, AZ. 36 p. The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Miller, R.L. 1969. Progress in developing multiple-use forest watershed production models Annals of Regional Science 3:135-142

Spillman R.J. 1969. Water yield improvement and the wildlife interest Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings, September 24th, 1969 Phoenix, AZ. 13:17-18 The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ

McCulloch, C.Y. 1969. Transplanted Mule Deer in Arizona Journal of Arizona Academy of Science. 5:43-44

Hibbert, A.R. 1969. Precipitation affects Increases in streamflow after converting brush to grass in Arizona Presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. Washington, DC. April 21-25, 1969

Lloyd, R.D. 1969. Economics of multiple use In: Conference on Multiple-Use of Southern Forests Proceedings. 1969:45-54

Blecker, R.F. 1969. Saturated flow of water through clay loam subsoil material of the Brolliar and Springerville soil series In Thames, J.L. 1969. A study to determine the hydrologic and physical properties of some Beaver Creek soils Department of Watershed Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. 330 p.

Lejcher, T.R. 1969. Snow accumulation and melt under various densities of ponderosa pine in Arizona MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Smith, R.H., T.J. McMichael, and H.G. Shaw 1969. Decline of a desert deer population Wildlife Digest, Abstract 3 Arizona Game and Fish Department, 8 p

Ingebo, P.A. 1969. Effect of heavy late-fall precipitation on runoff from a chaparral watershed USDA Forest Service Research Note RM-132, 2 p.

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud 1969. Snowpack density, water content, and runoff on a small Arizona watershed Western Snow Conference 37:12-18

Clary, W.P. 1969. Increasing sampling precision for some herbage variables through knowledge of the timber overstory Journal of Range Management 22:200-201 (pdf, 338K)

Clary, W.P. and H.A. Pearson 1969. Cattle preferences for forage species in northern Arizona Journal of Range Management 22:114-116 (pdf, 450K)

Delk, R. 1969. Snow distribution patterns under various stand densities of ponderosa pine MS Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Clary, W.P. and P.F. Ffolliott 1969. Water holding capacity of ponderosa pine forest floor layers Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 24:22-23

Santa Cruz, R.M. 1969. Analysis of soil profile descriptions In Thames, J.L. 1969. A study to determine the hydrologic and physical properties of some Beaver Creek soils. Department of Watershed Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. 330p

Pearson, H.A., D.C. Morrison, and W.K. Wolke 1969. Trick tanks: Water developments for range livestock Journal of Range Management 22:359-360 (pdf, 397K)

Brown, H.E., E.A. Hansen, and N.E. Champagne, Jr. 1969. A system for measuring total sediment yield from small watersheds American Geophysical Union Transactions 50:615, Abstracts

Williams, J.A. 1969. Soil profile descriptions In Thames, J.L. 1969. A study to determine the hydrologic and physical properties of some Beaver Creek soils. Department of Watershed Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. 330 p.

Jameson, D.A. and J.D. Dodd 1969. Herbage production differs with soil in the pinyon-juniper type of Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-131

Brown, H.E. 1969. A combined control-metering section for gaging large streams Water Resources Research 5:888-894

Clary, W.P., P.F. Ffolliott, and D.A. Jameson 1968b. Some characteristics of the forest floor under ponderosa pine in Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-127

Clary, W.P., P.F. Ffolliott, and D.A. Jameson 1968a. Relationship of different forest floor layers to herbage production USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-123

Rush, R.W. and D. Smouse 1968. Geologic investigation of experimental drainage basins 15-18 and Bar M Canyon, Beaver Creek Watershed, Coconino County, Arizona* Final Report Prepared by Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Corbett, E.S. and R.P. Crouse 1968. Rainfall interception by annual grass and chaparral: Losses compared USDA Forest Service Research Paper PSW-48. 12 p. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Berkeley, CA.

Thomsen, B.W. and H.H. Schumann 1968. Water resources of the Sycamore Creek Watershed, Maricopa County, Arizona Water Supply Paper 1861. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey

Scholtz, J.F. 1968. Geology of the Woods Canyon drainage basin, Coconino County, Arizona MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Pase, C.P. and R.R. Johnson 1968. Flora and vegetation of the Sierra Ancha Experimental Forest, Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Paper, RM-41. 19 p

Baldwin, J.J. 1968. Chaparral conversion on the Tonto National Forest p. 202-208. In: Proceedings Annual Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference, March 14-15, 1968. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL.

Thompson, J.R., Jr. 1968. Geology of Wet Beaver Creek Canyon, Yavapai County, Arizona MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Storey, G.E. 1968. A mycological study of some soils of the Arizona pinyon-juniper type Arizona Forestry Notes No. 3, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona

Aldon, E.F. 1968. Moisture loss and weight of the forest floor under pole-size ponderosa pine stands Journal of Forestry 66:70-71

Benfer, J.A. and S.S. Beus 1968. The relationship of cinders to runoff in the Beaver Creek watersheds* Final Report Prepared by Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Davis, J.R., P.F. Ffolliott, and W.P. Clary 1968. A fire prescription for consuming ponderosa pine duff USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-115

Hansen, E.A. and P.F. Ffolliott 1968. Observations of snow accumulation and melt in demonstration cuttings of ponderosa pine in central Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-111

Arnold, J.F. 1968. Watershed planning. p. 13-19. In: Proceedings of the 12th Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 18, 1968. Phoenix, AZ. 49 p. The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Neff, D.J. 1968. Habitat manipulation on pine and juniper watersheds Arizona Game and Fish Department, Completion Report, Arizona Federal Aid Project W-78-R-12; WP4, J14, Phoenix, Arizona

Larson, F.R. and C.O. Minor 1968. A comparison of stand density measurements for ponderosa pine in the Southwest Arizona Forestry Notes No. 4, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University

Pearson, H.A. 1968. Thinning, clearcutting, and reseeding affect deer and elk use of ponderosa pine forests in northern Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-119

Beus, S.S. 1968. Gravity data from the Beaver Creek Watersheds, Coconino County, Arizona* Final Report Prepared by Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Raymond, H.S. 1968. A water yield act for the Pacific Southwest Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings, September 18th, 1968. Phoenix, AZ. 12:45

Ffolliott, P.F. and E.A. Hansen 1968. Observations of snowpack accumulation, melt, and runoff on a small Arizona watershed USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-124

Davis, E.A. 1968. A laboratory chamber for rooting cuttings. Botanical Gazette 129(1): 86-89. University of Chicago, Ill.

USDA Forest Service 1968. Watershed Management Research Forestry Research Highlights, 1967 Annual Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO

Davis, E.A., P.A. Ingebo and C.P. Pase 1968. Effect of a Watershed Treatment with Picloram on Water Quality USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Research Note RM-100 Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO

Ffolliott, P.F., W.P. Clary, and J.R. Davis 1968. Some characteristics of the forest floor under ponderosa pine in Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-127

Pearson, H.A. 1967d. Range animal nutrition In: Proceeding of the 5th West Texas Range Management Conference, Texas Technical College, Lubbock, Special Report 3, pp. 66-82

Pearson, H.A. 1967c. Phenology of Arizona fescue and mountain muhly in the northern Arizona ponderosa pine type USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-89

Pearson, H.A. 1967b. Effects of delays in inoculum collection on artificial rumen digestibilities Journal of Range Management 20:332-333 (pdf, 352K)

Pearson, H.A. 1967a. Cattle diet digestibilities determined from components Journal of Range Management 20:405-406 (pdf, 362K)

Suhr, W. 1967. Watershed action program - Tonto National Forest p. 20-24. In: Proceedings of the 11th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 10, 1967. Tempe, AZ. 38 p. The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ

Garcia, R.M.; Pase, C.P. 1967. Moisture-retention capacity of litter under two Arizona chaparral communities USDA Forest Service, Res. Note RM-85. 2 p.

Pase, C.P., P.A. Ingebo, E.A. Davis, and C.Y. McCulloch 1967. Improving water yield and game habitat by chemical control of chaparral XIV International Union for Research Organizational Congress, Munich, September 1967, Proc. V. I., Sect. 01-02-11, p. 463-486

Bentley, Jay R. 1967. Conversion of chaparral areas to grassland: Techniques used in California USDA Agricultural Handbook 328, 35 p.

Pase, C.P. 1967. Helicopter-applied herbicides control shrub live oak and birchleaf mountainmahogany USDA Forest Service, Research Note, RM-84. 4 p

Meyer, R. 1967. Patch cutting on the Apache National Forest Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings, September 20, 1967. Tempe, AZ. 11:16-24

USDA Forest Service 1967. Watershed Management Research Research Highlights, 1966 Annual Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO

Pase, C.P. and M.M. Fogel 1967. Increasing Water Yield form Forest, Chaparral, and Desert Shrub in Arizona International Conference on Water for Peace Proceedings, 2:753-764

Price, R. 1967. Possibilities of increasing streamflow from forest and range watersheds by manipulating the vegetative cover - the Beaver Creek Pilot Watershed Evaluation Study In: Proceedings of the International Union of Forestry Research Organization XIV. IUFRO-Congress, Vol. I, Section 01-02-11, pp. 487-504.

Williams, J.A., and T.C. Anderson, Jr. 1967. Soil survey of Beaver Creek area Arizona. USDA Forest Service, Soil Conservation Service, and Arizona Agriculture Experiment Station

Jameson, D.A. 1967. Relationship of tree overstory and herbaceous understory vegetation Journal of Range Management 20:247-249

Ilch, D.M. 1967. Researchers also contribute to management improvement In: USDA Forest Service, Division of Administrative Management, Management Notes 19, pp. 17-19

Warskow, W.L. 1967. The Salt River Valley Water Users Associations' watershed rehabilitation program: A progress report. p. 25-27. In: Proceedings of the 11th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 10, 1967. Tempe, AZ. 38 p. The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Ffolliott, P.F. and R.L. Barger 1967. Occurrence of stem features affecting quality in cutover southwestern ponderosa pine USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-28

Pearson, H.A. and D.A. Jameson 1967. Relationship between timber and cattle production on ponderosa pine range: The Wild Bill Range USDA Forest Service, Fort Collins, Colorado

Hansen, E.A. 1966b. Suspended sediment concentrations as related to watershed variables in central Arizona American Society of Civil Engineers, Hydraulics Division, Madison, Wisconsin, August 1966. (Mimeograph)

Jameson, D.A. 1966b. Pinyon-juniper litter reduces growth of blue grama Journal of Range Management 19:214-217

Hansen, E.A. 1966a. Field test of an automatic suspended-sediment pumping sampler Transactions American Society of Agricultural Engineers 9:738-741, 743

Jameson, D.A. 1966a. Competition in a blue grama broom snakeweed actinea community and responses to selective herbicides Journal of Range Management 19:121-124

Lloyd, R.D. 1966. Beaver Creek pilot watershed evaluation project USDA Forest Service, Miscellaneous Report

USDA Forest Service 1966. Watershed Management Research 1965 Annual Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO

Clary, W.P., P.F. Ffolliott, and A.D. Zander 1966. Grouping sites by soil management areas and topography USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-60

Clary, W.P. and P.F. Ffolliott 1966. Differences in herbage-timber relationships between thinned and unthinned ponderosa pine stands USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-74

Worley, D.P. 1966. A forest inventory approach to multiple use analysis Society American Foresters 1966:138-142

Worley, D.P. 1966. Economic evaluation of watershed management alternatives of the Beaver Creek Watershed - Arizona New Mexico Water Conference Proceedings 11:58-65

Beus, S.S., R.W. Rush, and D. Smouse 1966. Geologic investigation of experimental drainage basins 7-14, Beaver Creek Watershed, Coconino County, Arizona* Final Report Prepared by Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Jantzen, R.A. 1966. Watershed management as it affects game management. p. 18-20. In: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 21, 1966. Tempe, AZ. 31 p. The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Worley, D.P. 1966. A forest inventory approach to multiple use analysis Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters 1966: 138-142

Wilm, H.G. 1966. The Arizona Watershed Program as it enters into its second decade. p. 9-14. In: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 21, 1966. Tempe, AZ. 31 p. The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Brown, H.E. 1965b. Preliminary results of cabling Utah juniper, Beaver Creek watershed evaluation project Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 9:16-20

Ffolliott, P.F. 1965b. Determining growth of ponderosa pine in Arizona by stand projection USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-52

Ffolliott, P.F. 1965a. A multiple BAF angle gage USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-43

Brown, H.E. 1965a. Characteristics of recession flows from small watersheds in a semiarid region of Arizona Water Resources Research 1:517-522

Pase, C.P. and G.E. Glendening 1965. Reduction of litter and shrub crowns by planned fall burning of oak-mountainmahogany chaparral USDA Forest Service, Research Note, RM-49. 2 p

Pase, C.P. and P.A Ingebo 1965. Burned chaparral to grass: Early effects on water and sediment yields from two granite soil watersheds in Arizona Proceedings of the Arizona Watershed Symposium. September, 22, 1965. 9:8-11. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ

Rush, R.W. 1965. Report of geologic investigations of six experimental drainage basins, Beaver Creek Watershed, Yavapai County, Arizona* Final Report Prepared by Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Ackermann, H.D. and L.A. Walters 1965. Geological and geophysical investigation of watershed C, Three Bar wildlife area, Gila County, Arizona Unpublished Internal report on file with the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, Arizona. 14 p. U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ

Pase, C.P. 1965. Shrub seeding regeneration after controlled burning and herbicidal treatment of dense Pringle manzanita chaparral USDA Forest Service, Research Note, RM-56. 2 p

McCulloch, C.Y., O.C. Wallmo, and P.F. Ffolliott 1965. Acorn yield of Gambel oak in northern Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-48

Worley, D.P. 1965. The Beaver Creek pilot watershed for evaluating multiple use effects of watershed treatments USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-13

Pearson, H.A. 1965. Low-cost constant-temperature water bath Journal of Range Management 18:149-150 (pdf, 578K)

Arizona Water Resources Committee 1965. The Arizona watershed program of the United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Arizona Water Resources Committee, Phoenix, Arizona.

Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1965. Specific gravity of alligator juniper in Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-40

Brown, H.E. and D.P. Worley 1965. Some applications of the canopy camera in forestry Journal of Forestry 63:674-680

Davis, E.A. 1965. The mechanism of fenuron injury to plants. USDA Forest Service Research Note RM-50. 2 p. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ft. Collins, CO.

Ffolliott, P.F., E.A. Hansen, and A.D. Zander 1965. Snow in natural openings and adjacent ponderosa pine stands on the Beaver Creek watersheds USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-53

Krieger, Medora H. 1965. Geology and of the Prescott and Paulden quadrangles, Arizona. USGS Professional Paper 467

Robinson, R.E. 1965. The Cibecue Project, a review. p. 24-25. In: Proceedings of the 9th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 22, 1965. Tempe, AZ. 39 p. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Ffolliott, P.F. and D.P. Worley 1965. An inventory system for multiple use evaluations USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-17

Jameson, D.A. 1965. Phenology of grasses of the northern Arizona pinyon-juniper type USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-47

Buol, S.W. 1965. Developed soils in the desert and desert grassland of Arizona Progressive Agriculture in Arizona 17(5):11

Davis, J.R. 1965. A survey of an intentional burn in Arizona ponderosa pine USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-41

Ffolliott, P.F. and R.L. Barger 1965. A method of evaluating multiproduct potential in standing timber. USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-15

Arizona State Land Department and the Arizona Water Resources Committee 1965. The Arizona watershed program (brochure) Examples of projects being conducted under the watershed program are explained.

Worley, D.P., G.L. Mudell, and R.L. Williamson 1965. Gross job time studies - an efficient method for analyzing forestry costs USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-54

Neff, D.J., O.C. Wallmo, and D.C. Morrison 1965. A determination of defecation rate of elk Journal of Wildlife Management 29:406-407

Reynolds, H.G. and R.R. Johnson 1964. Habitat relations of vertebrates of the Sierra Ancha Experimental Forest USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-4. 16 p

Lillie, D.T., G.E. Glendening, and C.P. Pase 1964. Sprout growth of shrub live oak as influenced by season of burning and chemical treatments Journal of Range Management. 17: 69-72 (pdf, 1,185K)

Jameson, D.A. and T.N. Johnsen, Jr. 1964. Ecology and control of alligator juniper Weeds 12(2):140-142

Courtney, R.E. and J.J. Baldwin 1964. Modifying chaparral brushland on the Tonto National Forest to improve multiple resource values p. 31-35. In: Proceedings of the 8th Annual Meeting Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 23, 1964. Tempe, AZ. 52 p. The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ. 52 p. Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings.

Kelso, M.M., and L. Mack 1964. The value of additional surface water to agriculture in the Salt River Project Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 8:40-47

Reid, E.H. 1964. Forage production in ponderosa pine forests Society of American Foresters Proceedings 1964:61-64

Worley, D.P. and R.L. Miller 1964. A procedure for upstream watershed economic evaluation Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 8:36-39

USDA Forest Service 1964. Watershed Management Research 1963 Annual Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO

Lowe, C.H. 1964. The vertebrates of Arizona University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 270 p.

McMullin, R.J. 1964. An irrigation district cooperates in watershed rehabilitation. p. 23-24. In: Proceedings of the 8th Annual Meeting Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 23, 1964. Tempe, AZ. 52 p. The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Decker, J.P. and C.M. Skau 1964. Simultaneous studies of transpiration rate and sap velocity in trees Plant Physiology 39:213-215

Meiman, J.R. and J.S. Horton 1964. Watershed Management Research from Desert to Alpine Proceedings, Society of American Foresters. Denver, CO. pp. 93-96

Davis, E.A. 1964. Picloram: A promising brush control chemical. USDA Forest Service Research Note RM- 35. 2 p. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Pearson, H.A. 1964. Studies of forage digestibility under ponderosa pine stands Society of American Foresters Proceedings 1964:71-73

Clary, W.P. 1964. A method for predicting potential herbage yield on the Beaver Creek Pilor Watershed In: Forage Plant Physiology and Soil-Range Relationships, American Society of Agronomy Special Publication No. 5. Pp. 244-250

Kearney, T.H. 1964. Arizona localities of interest to botanists. Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science. 3:94-103

Wallmo, C. 1964. Arizona's 'educated' deer Wildlife Views 11(6):4-9

Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott 1964. Specific gravity of Arizona Gambel oak USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-19

Green, Christina and William D. Sellers 1964. Arizona Climate The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ. 503p.

Skau. C.M. 1964. Soil water storage under natural and cleared stands of alligator and Utah juniper in northern Arizona USDA Forest Service Research Note RM-24

Skau, C.M. 1964. Interception, throughfall, and stemflow in Utah and alligator juniper cover types of northern Arizona Forest Science 10:283-287

Rich, L.R.; Reynolds, H.G. 1963. Grazing in relation to runoff and erosion on some chaparral watersheds of central Arizona Journal of Range Management. 16:322-326 (pdf, 1,348K)

Rowe, P.B. 1963. Streamflow increases after removing woodland-riparian vegetation from a southern California watershed Journal of Forestry 61:365-370

Schubert, G.H. 1963. Methods of Cutting Ponderosa Pine in the Southwest. Forest Service. 41.10-FS-RM-1203.10 Old designation FS-l-f7-1-RM
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Skau. C.M. and R.H. Swanson 1963. An improved heat pulse velocity meter as an indicator of sap speed and transpiration Journal of Geophysical Research 68:4743-4749

Lindenmuth, A.W., Jr. and G.E. Glendening 1962. Control burning of Arizona chaparral - a 1962 progress report p. 23-24. In: Proceedings of the 6th Annual Watershed Symposium. September 18, 1962. 40 p. The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ

Wilson, E.D. 1962. A resume of the geology of Arizona The University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 104 p

Myers, C.A. 1962. Twenty-year growth of Utah juniper in Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM-71

Arizona State Land Department 1962. The Arizona watershed program Phoenix, AZ: Arizona State Land Department

McCulloch, C.Y. 1962. The Three Bar Wildlife Study Area pp. 46-47 in: Proceedings of American Society of Range Management, Arizona Section.

Worley, D.P. 1962. Some problems in range economics research American Society of Range Management, Arizona Section, Proceedings 1962:37-38

Rich, L.R. 1962. Erosion and sediment movement following a wildfire in a ponderosa pine forest of central Arizona USDA Forest Service, Research Note, No. 76

Brown, H.E. 1962. The canopy camera USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM-72

Kelso, M.M. 1962. Economic of upstream management Society of American Foresters Proceedings 1962:120-123

Reynolds, H.G. 1962. Some characteristics and uses of Arizona's major plant communities Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science 2:62-71

McCulloch, C.Y. 1962. Watershed and game management 5th Annual Arizona Watershed Symposium. September 18th, 1962. 6:25-27 The Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ

Judd, B.I. 1962. Principal forage plants of southwestern ranges USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Station Paper 69, 93 p.

USDA Forest Service 1962. Watershed Management Research 1961 Annual Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO

Rich, L.R. 1961. Surface runoff and erosion in the lower chaparral zone - Arizona USDA Forest Service, Station Paper, No. 66. 35 p

Pond, F.W. 1961. Basal cover and production of weeping lovegrass under varying amounts of shrub live oak crown cover Journal of Range Management. 14:335-337 (pdf, 1,040K)

Glendening, G.E., C.P. Pase, and P. Ingebo 1961. Preliminary hydrologic effects of wildfire in chaparral 5th Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings September 21st, 1961. 5:12-15 Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Skau. C.M. 1961. Some hydrologic influences of cabling juniper USDA Forest Service Research Note 62

Robinson, A.R. 1961. Study of the Beaver Creek measuring flumes. Final Report* CER61ARR10 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Lillie, D.T., and E.A. Davis 1961. Chemicals for control of chaparral. p. 9-11. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Watershed Symposium. September 21, 1961. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona. 44 p. Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Rich, L.R., H.G. Reynolds, and J.A. West 1961. The Workman Creek experimental watershed USDA Forest Service, Station Paper, No. 65

Worley, D.P. 1961. Objectives and methods of economics evaluation on the Beaver Creek watershed project Western Agricultural Economics Research Council Conference Proceedings, Report 9:123-129

Whiteman, J.W. 1961. Heavy equipment in water conservation. p. 35-38. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Watershed Symposium. September 21, 1961. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona. 44 p. Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Kirch, J.H. 1961. Chemicals and water conservation. p. 5-8. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Watershed Symposium. September 21, 1961. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona. 44 p. Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Reynolds, H.G. 1961. Vegetation management for water yield in the Southwest New Mexico Water Conference Proceedings 5:21-33

Pond, F.W. 1961. Mechanical control of Arizona chaparral and some results of brush clearing. p. 39-41. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Watershed Symposium. September 21, 1961. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona. 44 p. Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

USDA Forest Service 1961. Watershed Management Research 1960 Annual Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO

Hedden, G.W. 1961. Brush control on Indian Reservations in Arizona. p. 42-44. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Watershed Symposium. September 21, 1961. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona. 44 p. Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Reynolds, H.G. 1960c. Watershed management research in Arizona and New Mexico Journal of Forestry 58:275-278

Reynolds, H.G. 1960b. Scope of current watershed management research in Arizona In: Watershed management research in Arizona, progress report, 1959, pp. 1-4

Reynolds, H.G. 1960a. Current watershed management research by the U.S. Forest Service in Arizona Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 3:63-93

Horton, J.S. 1960. Ecology of saltcedar Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings. 4:19-21

Skau, C.M. 1960. Some hydrologic characteristics in the Utah juniper type of northern Arizona PhD Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan

Aldon, E.F. 1960. Research in the ponderosa pine type In: Watershed management research in Arizona, progress report, 1959. USDA Forest Service. pp. 17-24.

Robinson, A.R. 1960. Model study of a trapezoidal flume for measurement of stream discharge* Final Report CER59AR57 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Skau, C.M. 1960. Watershed management research in the pinyon-juniper type In: Watershed management research in Arizona, progress report, 1959, p. 25-29

Anderson, T.C., Jr., J.A. Williams, and D.B. Crezee 1960. Soil management report for Beaver Creek Watershed USDA Forest Service, Region 3, Coconino National Forest, 66 p.

Rich, L.R. 1960. Water yields from the brush and oak-woodland region of Arizona Symposium Proceedings: Water Yield in Relation to Environment in the Southwestern United States. 36th Annual Meeting of the Southwestern and Rocky Mountain Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. May 3rd, 1960. p.28-38

Robinson, A.R. and A.R. Chamberlain 1960. Trapezoidal flumes for open channel flow measurement* Transactions of American Society Agricultural Engineers 3:120-128

Pond, F.W. and D.R. Cable 1960. Effects of Heat Treatment on Sprout Production of Some Shrubs of Chaparral in Central Arizona Journal of Range Management. 13:313-317

Crezee, D.B., and T.C. Anderson 1960. Soil Survey Report - Chaparral grazing Study Contreras Allotment, Prescott National Forest. USDA Forest Service, Prescott National Forest. Unpublished internal document.

USDA Forest Service 1960. Watershed Management Research 1959 Annual Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO

Kennedy, F.H. 1959. National Forest watershed projects in Arizona Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings 3:51-62

Anderson, H. W, G.B. Coleman, and P.J. Zinke. 1959. Summer slides and winter scour dry-wet erosion in southern California mountains. USDA Forest Service Technical Paper PSW-36. 12 p. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Berkeley, CA.

Reynolds, Hudson G. and George E. Glendening 1959. Research in management of chaparral lands Arizona Cattlelog 14(12)13-16

Rodenhiser, H.A. 1959. Progress in watershed and shrub control research projects in Arizona. p. 14-18. In: Proceedings of Third Annual Meeting Arizona Water Resources Committee.. September 21, 1959. Sponsored by Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division. 120 p. Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona. Phoenix, AZ.

Le Crone, D.E.. 1959. Corduroy and Cibecue watershed projects, Fort Apache Indian Reservation. p. 94-99. 63-93.In: Proceedings of Third Annual Meeting Arizona Water Resources Committee.. September 21, 1959. 120 p. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, Phoenix, AZ.

Robinson, A.R. 1959. Trapezoidal measuring flumes for determining discharge in steep ephemeral streams. Final Report CER59ARR1* Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Reynolds, H.G. 1959. Current watershed management research by the U.S. Forest Service in Arizona. p. 63-93.In: Proceedings of Third Annual Meeting Arizona Water Resources Committee.. September 21, 1959. 120 p. Arizona Water Resources Committee and Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, Phoenix, AZ.

Gaines, Edward M. Shaw, Elmer W. 1958. Half a century of research - Fort Valley Experimental Forest 1908-1958. Station Paper 38. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 17 p.
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Burgy, Robert H. 1958. Water yields as influenced by watershed management American Society of Civil Engineers, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage, Division 84 (IR2):1-10

Aldon, E.F. 1958. A wet year on Beaver Creek Arizona Wildlife-Sportsman 29:22.23

Anderson, Charles A. and S.C. Creasey 1958. Geology and Ore Deposits of the Jerome Area, Yavapai Country, Arizona. USGS Professional Paper 308

Kennedy, F.H. 1958. The watershed: management of mountain forests for more water, timber and forage: costs - so far determined in various types of watershed pilot projects now being developed by the Forest Service Arizona Watershed Symposium Proceedings, September 22nd, 1958. 2:35-40

Price, R. 1958. Watershed management research in the Southwest (A literature review) Presented at: American Forestry Association's 83rd Annual Meeting, Tucson, AZ, October 27-30, 1958. 33p. American Forestry Association's 83rd annual meeting, October 27-30, Tucson, Arizona.

Robinson, A.R. and A.R. Chamberlain 1958. Trapezoidal flumes for open channel flow measurement. Final Report* CER58ARR39 Prepared by Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona

Humphrey, R.R. 1958. The desert grassland, a history of vegetational change and an analysis of causes Botanical Review 24:193-252

Cable, D.R. 1957. Chemical control of chaparral shrubs in central Arizona Journal of Forestry. 55: 899-903

Chamberlain, A.R. 1957. Preliminary model tests of a flume for measuring discharge of steep ephemeral streams* Final Report CER No. 57ARC12, Prepared by Civil Engineering Department, Colorado Agricultural and Mining College, Fort Collins, Colorado, Submitted to the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Cable, D.R. 1957. Recovery of chaparral following burning and seeding in central Arizona USDA Forest Service RM No. 28. 6 p. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO

Himel, C.M. 1957. A plan for testing chemical methods for controlling chaparral for water. p. 47-49. In: Proceedings of First Meeting of Federal, State and Private Agencies contributing to Arizona Watershed Research and Management. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee, September 23, 1957. Phoenix Arizona. 69 p. + appendices. Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona. Phoenix, AZ.

Hedden, G.W. 1957. Management practices on Indian lands affecting watershed conditions. p. 17-20. In: Proceedings of First Meeting of Federal, State and Private Agencies contributing to Arizona Watershed Research and Management. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee, September 23, 1957. Phoenix Arizona. 69 p. + appendices. Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Hall, J.M. 1957. Developments and practices of the Arizona Game and Fish department affecting watershed conditions Arizona Watershed Program Proceedings, September 23rd, 1957. 1:37-40

Kennedy, F.H. 1957. Progress report on water management on the Arizona National Forests p. 11-14. In: Proceedings of First Meeting of Federal, State and Private Agencies contributing to Arizona Watershed Research and Management. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee, September 23, 1957. Phoenix Arizona. 69 p. + appendices. Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona

Price, R. and M.D. Hoover 1957. Watershed management researach in Arizona conducted by the Forest Service Arizona Watershed Program Proceedings, September 23rd, 1957 1:5-10

Boyle, Robert V. 1957. Snow surveys and other programs of the Soil Conservation Service as related to the Arizona Watershed Program Arizona Watershed Program Proceedings, September 23rd 1957. 1:24-28

Price, R., and M.D. Hoover. 1957. Watershed management research in Arizona conducted by the Forest Service. pp. 5-10. In: Proceedings of First Meeting of Federal, State and Private Agencies contributing to Arizona Watershed Research and Management. Sponsored by the Arizona Water Resources Committee, September 23, 1957. Phoenix Arizona. 69 p. + appendices. Watershed Management Division, State Land Department, State of Arizona. Phoenix, AZ

Barr, G.W. 1956. Recovering rainfall: More water for irrigation, Part I. Arizona Watershed Program In: Cooperating: Arizona State Land Department, Water Division of the Salt River Users' Association, University of Arizona. 33 p.

Fletcher, H.C. and L.R. Rich 1955. Classifying southwestern watersheds on the basis of water yields Journal of Forestry. 53: 196-202

Lane, E.W. 1955. The importance of fluvial morphology in hydraulic engineering Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers. 81(745):1-17

McCulloch, Clay Y. 1955. Ecological investigation of the Three Bar Study Area WP4 - J1 in Project W-71-R-2 Arizona Chaparral Deer Study: Project Completion Reports Arizona Game and Fish Department, Wildlife Restoration Division

McCulloch, Clay Y. 1955. Three Bar game management unit observations of game species other than deer WP3 - J1 - Special in Project W-71-R-2 Arizona Chaparral Deer Study: Project Completion Reports Arizona Game and Fish Department, Wildlife Restoration Division

McCulloch, Clay Y. 1955. Field observations of deer in the Three Bar vicinity WP3 - J1 in Project W-71-R-2 Arizona Chaparral Deer Study: Project Completion Reports Arizona Game and Fish Department, Wildlife Restoration Division

Swank, Wendell G. 1955. Analysis of deer specimens from various Arizona deer herds WP6 - J2 in Project W-71-R-2 Arizona Chaparral Deer Study: Project Completion Reports Arizona Game and Fish Department, Wildlife Restoration Division

Hanson, William R. 1955. Field observations of deer in the Prescott Study Area WP3 - J2 in Project W-71-R-2 Arizona Chaparral Deer Study: Project Completion Reports Arizona Game and Fish Department, Wildlife Restoration Division

McCulloch, Clay Y. 1955. The investigation of penned deer in chaparral habitat WP5 in Project W-71-R-2 Arizona Chaparral Deer Study: Project Completion Reports Arizona Game and Fish Department, Wildlife Restoration Division

Arnold, Joseph F. 1954. Plant life form, a basis for evaluating the ecological condition and trend of range communities within the Ponderosa pine zone of Arizona. Unpub. Pap. on file at Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Valley Experimental Forest archives. 108 p.

Gaines, E.M. and E.S. Kotok 1954. Thinning ponderosa pine in the Southwest Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Station Paper No. 17. Fort Collins, CO.

USDA Forest Service 1953. The Sierra Ancha Experimental watersheds USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station. Unnumbered Publication. 32 p.

Anon. 1952?. Timber growing in ponderosa pine; A Guide for Field Trips. Unpub. Pap. on file at Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Valley Experimental Forest archives. 16 p.

Arnold, Joseph F. 1952. Forage management in the multiple-purpose forest lands of northern Arizona. Unpub. Pap. on file at Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Valley Experimental Forest archives. 140 p.

Nichol, A.A. 1952. The natural vegetation of Arizona Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin 127 (revision of Technical Bulletin 68), 230 p.

Rich, L.R. 1951. Consumptive use of water by forest and range vegetation American Society of Civil Engineering. Vol 77. 14 p

Arnold, Joseph F. 1950c. Range resources and their management in the ponderosa pine zone of northern Arizona. Unpub. Pap. on file at Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Valley Experimental Forest archives. 129 p.

Arnold, Joseph F. 1950?b. Jack Rabbits and their effects on grazing lands. Unpub. Pap. on file at Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Valley Experimental Forest archives. 4 p.

Martin, W.P. and L.R. Rich 1948. Preliminary hydrologic results, 1935-1948, 'Base Rock' undisturbed soil lysimeters in the grassland type, Arizona Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 13: 561-567

Adams, F., P.A. Ewing, and M.R. Huberty 1947. Hydrologic aspects of burning brush and woodland-grass ranges in California California Division of Forestry, 84 p.

Cooperrider, C.K., H.D. Cassidy, and C.H. Niederhof 1945. Forecasting stream-flow of the Salt River, Arizona American Geophysical Union Transactions. 26: 275-282 American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC.

Hendricks, B.A. and J.M. Johnson 1944. Effects of fire on steep mountain slopes in central Arizona Journal of Forestry. 42: 568-571

Hendricks, B.A. 1942. Effects of grass litter on infiltration of rainfall on granitic soils in a semidesert shrub-grass area USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station. Research Note, No. 96, 3 p

Hendricks, B.A. 1941. Effect of forest litter on soil temperature Chronica Botanica. 6: 440-441

Cooperrider, C.K. and B.A. Hendricks 1940. The role of vegetation on steep mountain slopes USDA, Forest Service, Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station. Research Note, No. 85, 3 p.

Little, E.L., Jr. 1939. Hepaticae of Sierra Ancha, Arizona Bryologist. 42: 24-27

Hendricks, B.A. and N. Grabe 1939. The use of cotton netting in revegetation of road-fill slopes USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station. Research Note, No. 78, 4 p

Little, E.L., Jr. 1938. Pteridophytes of Sierra Ancha, Arizona American Fern Journal. 28: 144-151

Sykes, G.G. 1938. The relation of infiltration to streamflow on a Southwestern mountain watershed USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station. Research Note, no. 41. 5 p

Crafts, Edward C. 1938. Range utilization tables and charts. Unpub. Pap. on file at Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Valley Experimental Forest archives. 29 p.

Cooperrider, C.K. and G.G. Sykes 1938. The relationship of streamflow to precipitation on the Salt River watershed above Roosevelt Dam Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 76, AZ. 69 p. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona

USDA Forest Service 1938. Sierra Ancha Experimental Forest Unpublished Establishment Report. 13 p

Bliss, E.S. 1937. Tree oaks of the Southwest USDA, Forest Service, Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station. Research Note, No. 20, 2 p.

Cooperrider, Charles K., Cassidy, H.O. 1937. Cattle grazing on cut-over timberlands in relation to regeneration of pine forests. Unpub. Pap. on file at Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Valley Experimental Forest archives. 93 p.

Miller, A.H. 1937. Notes on the Saw-whet Owl Condor 39-130-131

Hendricks, B.A. 1936. Revegetation of small gullies through the use of seeded earth-filled sacks USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station. Research Note, No. 1, 3 p.

Clapp, Earle H. 1936. Management and use of forest and range lands. Unpub. Pap. on file at Flagstaff, AZ: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Valley Experimental Forest archives. 11 p.

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USDA Forest Service 1932. Parker Creek Experimental Forest Unpublished Establishment Report. 9 p

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Woolsey, T.S., Jr. 1912. Permanent sample plots. Forest Quarterly 10:38-44.
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