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Blue Mountains National Resources Institute

Forestry and Range Sciences Laboratory
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La Grande, OR 97850

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Publications

Agee, J.; Maruoka, K. 1994. Historical Fire Regimes of the Blue Mountains. BMNRI-TN-01. [From the Fire History In The Blue Mountains Study.]


Beatty, J.; Geils, B.; Lundquist, J. 1995. Disturbance and Canopy Gaps as Indicators of Forest Health in the Blue Mountains. In: L.G. Eskew, comp. Forest health through silviculture: proceedings of the 1995 National Silviculture Workshop, Mescalero, New Mexico, May 8-11, 1995. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-267. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 74-78. [From the Forest Canopy Gaps and Disturbance Agents in the Blue Mountains Study.]


Blatner, K.; Hanrahan, T.; Carroll, M. 1994. Evaluating alternative development strategies. BMNRI-TN-04. [From the Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]


Carrol, M.; Blatner, K. 1994. Forest-based communities in the Blues: adapting to environmental and social change. BMNRI-TN-03. [From the Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]


Cramer, L.; Kennedy, J.; Krannich, R.; Quigley, T. 1986. Changing Forest Service Values and Their Implications for Land Management Decisions Affecting Resource-Dependent Communities. Rural Sociology. 58(3): 475-491. [From the Forest Service Employees Value Survey.]


Daniels, S.; Walker, G. 1995. Forest health in the Blue Mountains region: the case for a collaborative approach. BMNRI-TN-05. [From the Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]


Dickard, M. 1998. Management Strategies for Improved Cattle Distribution and Subsequent Riparian Health. Moscow, ID: University of Idaho. M.S. Thesis. [From the Cattle Dispersion Study.]


Doyal, J. 1997. Using a single-grip harvester and skyline system in a thinning/fuels reduction operation in northeast Oregon. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. M.S. Thesis. [From the Limber Jim Fuel Reduction Study]


Duncan, S. 1998. Adaptive management: good business or good buzzwords? Science Findings. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. September (7): 1-5. [From the Limber Jim Fuel Reduction Study.]


Drews, E.; Hartsough, B.; Doyal, J.; Kellogg, L. 1998. Comparison of forwarder cut-to-length and skyline yarder cut-to-length systems in a natural, eastern Oregon stand. In: Proceedings of 1998 COFE conference, "Harvesting Logistics: from woods to markets," Portland, OR, July 20-23, 1998. [From the Limber Jim Fuel Reduction Study.]


Erve, L. The Effects of Prescribed Burning on the Viability of Armillaria ostoyae in the Soil of a Mixed-Conifer Forest in the Blue Mountains, Oregon. Coravllis, OR: Oregon State University.


Filip, G. 1998. Effects of Insects and Diseases on Short-Term and Long-Term Tree Yields. BMNRI-TN-11.


Filip, G. 1995. Effects of silvicultural techniques on forest insects and disease pathogens in the Blue Mountains. BMNRI-TN-07. [From the Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]


Fitzgerald, S.; Emmingham, B.; Oester, P.; Clements, S.; Filip, G. Genesis Forest Health Demonstration.


Geils, B.; Lundquist, J.; Negron, J.; Beatty, J. 1995. Disturbance regimes and their relationships to forest health In: L. G. Eskew, comp. Forest health through silviculture: proceedings of the 1995 National Silviculture Workshop, Mescalero, New Mexico, May 8-11, 1995. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-267. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 67-73. [From the Forest Canopy Gaps and Disturbance Agents in the Blue Mountains Study.]


Jaindl, R.; Quigley, T., tech eds. 1996. Search For A Solution: Sustaining the Land, People, and Economy of the Blue Mountains. American Forests Press. [From the Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]


Johnson, C., Jr. Forest Health in the Blue Mountains: A Plant Ecologist's Perspective on Ecosystem Processes and Biological Diversity.


Kennedy, J.; Krannich, R.; Quigley, T.; Cramer, L. 1992. How Employees View the USDA Forest Service Value and Reward System. Technical Report, Salt Lake City, UT: Utah State University Agricultural Experiment Station. [From the Forest Service Employees Value Survey.]


Lewis, R.; Sheehy, D.; Vavra, M.; Bennett, M.; Tanaka, J.; DelCurto, T. Agroforestry Practices and Their Relation to Riparian Areas.


Lundquist, J.; Ward, J. 1995. Describing the conditions of forest ecosystems using disturbance profiles In: L.G. Eskew, comp. Forest health through silviculture: proceedings of the 1995 National Silviculture Workshop, Mescalero, New Mexico, May 8-11, 1995. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-267. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 128-134. [From the Forest Canopy Gaps and Disturbance Agents in the Blue Mountains Study.]


Maruoka, K. Fire History of Pseudotsuga menziesii and Abies grandis Stands in the Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington. Seattle, WA: University of Washington. M.S. Thesis. [From the Fire History In The Blue Mountains Study.]


Maruoka, K.; Agee, J. 1994. Fire Histories: Overview of Methods and Applications. BMNRI-TN-02. [From the Fire History In The Blue Mountains Study.]


McIver, J. 1998. Economics and environmental effects of fuel reduction at Limber Jim. BMNRI-TN-10. [From the Limber Jim Fuel Reduction Study.]


McIver, J.; Youngblood, A. 1997. The Blue Mountains Natural Resources Institute: Partnerships that Demonstrate the Role of Silviculture in Forest Management. In: Proceedings 1997 Silviculture Workshop. Warren, PA.


McIver, J.; Kellogg, L.; Brown, C.; Adams, P.; Hogervorst, B.; Ottmar, R.; Vihnanek, B.; Bull, E.; Torgersen, T. 1995. Deerhorn Fuels Reduction: Economics and Environmental Effects. BMNRI-TN-06. [From the Deerhorn Fuels Reduction Study.]


Mutch, R.; Arno, S.; Brown, J.; Carlson, C.; Ottmar, R.; Peterson, J. 1993. Forest health in the Blue Mountains: a management strategy for fire-adapted ecosystems Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-310. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 14 p. (Quigley, T., tech. ed. Forest health in the Blue Mountains: science perspective.).


Quigley, T. 1992. Forest health in the Blue Mountains: social and economic perspectives Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-296. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 9 p. (Quigley, T., tech. ed. Forest health in the Blue Mountains: science perspectives.).


Sallabanks, R. 1996. Effects of Wildfire on Breeding Bird Communities in the Blue Mountains of Northeastern Oregon: An Update on Two Years of Data From the Pine Ranger District Twin Lakes Fire. Report to BMNRI. [From the Wildfire and Breeding Birds Study.]


Sallabanks, R. 1995. Effects of Wildfire on Breeding Bird Communities in Coniferous Forests of Northeastern Oregon. Report to BMNRI. [From the Wildfire and Breeding Birds Study.]


Sallabanks, R. 1998. Response of breeding bird communities to wildfire in the Oregon Blue Mountains: the first three years following the Twin Lakes Fire, 1995-1997. Presented at Wildlife and Fire in the Pacific Northwest—Research, Policy and Management, annual meeting of the Northwest Section of the Wildlife Society, Spokane, Washington, April 1998. [From the Wildfire and Breeding Birds Study.]


Shindler, B. 1997. Public Perspectives on Prescribed Fire and Mechanical Thinning. BMNRI-TN-09. [From the Public Acceptance of Alternative Fuels Reduction Methods Study.]


Shindler, B.; Reed, M. 1996. Forest Management in the Blue Mountains: Public Perspectives on Prescribed Fire and Mechanical Thinning. Report for PNW Cooperative Agreement, July, 1995. [From the Public Acceptance of Alternative Fuels Reduction Methods Study.]


Skovlin, J.; Thomas, J. 1995. Interpreting Long-Term Trends In Blue Mountain Ecosystems From Repeat Photography. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-315. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 114 p. [From the Long-Term Trends in Blue Mountains Forests and Rangeland Conditions.]


Stafford, S.; Lorenz, J. Blue Mountains Monitoring Framework. [From the Blue Mountains Monitoring Framework Study.]


Stillings, A. The Economic Feasibility of Offstream Water and Salt to Reduce Grazing Pressure in Riparian Areas. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. M.S. Thesis. [From the Cattle Dispersion Study.]


Tanaka, J.; Starr, G.; Quigley, T. Strategies and Recommendations for Addressing Forest Health Issues in the Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington.


Tiedemann, A.; Quigley, T.; White, L.; [and others]. 1999. Electronic (fenceless) control of livestock in riparian areas. Res. Pap. PNW-RP-510. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. [From the Electronic (Fenceless) Livestock Control Study.]


White, D. 1998. The Limber Jim Project: Putting Science to Work (Video). [From the Limber Jim Fuel Reduction Study.]


Wickman, B. 1992. Forest health in the Blue Mountains: the influence of insects and disease. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-295. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 15 p. (Quigley, T., tech. ed. Forest health in the Blue Mountains: science perspective.).


Willits, S.; Brunner, C.; Morrell, J.J. 1997. Timber Salvage and Utilization in the Inland Northwest. BMNRI-TN-08. [From Synthesis and Research Framework Study.]

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