USDA Forest Service
 

Pacific Southwest Research Station

 

Pacific Southwest Research Station
800 Buchanan Street
West Annex Building
Albany, CA 94710-0011

(510) 559-6300

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Programs and Projects

(RWU-4155)

Ecology and Management of Western Forests Influenced by Mediterranean Climate

Swain Mountain Experimental Forest
Bibliography of Studies
  1. Anderson, H.W. and C.H. Gleason. 1959. Logging effects on snow, soil moisture, and water losses. P. 57-65 In: Proceeding of the 27th Annual Western Snow Conference.
  2. Anderson, H.W. and C.H. Gleason. 1960. Effects of logging and brush removal on snow water runoff. P 478-489. Publication 51. International Association of the Science of Hydrology.
  3. Anderson, H.W. 1963. Managing California snow zone lands for water. Research Paper PSW-6. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, USDA. Berkeley CA. 28 p.
  4. Anderson, H.W. 1969. Snowpack management in snow. Seminar WR 011, 69. Oreon State University water Resource Inst. Corvallis OR
  5. Ferrell, G.T. 1980. Risk rating systems for mature red fir and white fir in northern California. General Technical Report PSW-39. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, USDA. Berkeley CA. 29 p.
  6. Gordon, D.T. 1962. Trial of a photographic technique to count cones. Journal of Forestry 60(8):546-547.
  7. Gordon, D.T. 1968. The shodow patterns and illumination measurements within clearcut strips and irregular openings in a true fir forest. Research Note PSW-172. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, USDA. Berkeley CA. 9 p.
  8. Gordon, D.T. 1970. Natural regeneration of white and red fir.. influence of several factors. Research Paper PSW-58. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, USDA. Berkeley CA. 32 p.
  9. Gordon, D.T. 1973. Damage from wind and other causes in mixed white fir-red fir stands adjacent to clearcuttings. Research Paper PSW-90. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, USDA. Berkeley CA. 22 p.
  10. Gordon, D.T. 1978. White and red fir cone production in northeastern California: report of a 16-year study. Research Note PSW-330. Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, USDA. Berkeley CA. 4 p.
  11. Gordon, D.T. 1979. Successful natural regeneration cuttings in California true firs. Research Paper PSW-140. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, USDA. Berkeley CA. 14 p.
  12. Gordon, D.T. 1980. Red fir. P. 87-88 In: F.H. Eyre, Editor. Forest Cover Types of the United States and Canada. Society of American Foresters. Washington DC.
  13. Gordon, D.T. 1980. White fir. P. 92-93 In: F.H. Eyre, Editor. Forest Cover Types of the United States and Canada. Society of American Foresters. Washington DC.
  14. Gordon, D.T. and E.E. Bowen. 1978. Herbs and brush on California red fir regeneration sites: a species and frequency sampling. Research Note PSW-329. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, USDA. Berkeley CA. 10 p.
  15. Gordon, D.T. and D.F. Roy. 1973. P 26-28 In: Silvicultural Ssystems for the Major Forest Types of the United States. Agriculture Handbook 445. Forest Service, USDA.
  16. McKeever, S. 1960. Food of the northern flying squirrel in northeastern California. Journal of Mammalogy 41(2):270-271.
  17. McKeever, S. 1961. Relative populations of small mammals in three forest types of northeastern California. Ecology 42(2):399-402.
  18. McKeever, S. 1963. Seasonal changes in body weight, reproductive organs, pituitary, adrenal glands, thyroid gland, and spleen of the belding ground squirrel (Citellus beldingi). Am. J. Anat. 113(1):153-173.
  19. McKeever, S. 1964. Variation in the weight of the adrenal, pituitary and thyroid glands of the white footed mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus. American Journal of Anatomy. 114(1):1-15.
  20. McKeever, S. 1964. Food habits of the pine squirrel in northeastern California. Journal of wildlife Management 28(2):402-404.
  21. McKeever, S. 1964. Compound 1080 and forest regeneration: Characteristics of the poison in relation to bait shyness, poison shyness, toxicity to rodents, and phytotoxicity to conifer seed. California Resources Agency, Department of Conservation, Division of Forestry.
  22. McKeever, S. 1964. The biology of the golden-mantled ground squirrel. Ecological Monographs 34(4):383-401.
  23. McKeever, S. 1966. Reproduction in Citellus beldingi and Citellus lateralis in northeastern California. Symposia of Zoological Society of London 15:365-385.
  24. Miller, W.J., and S. McKeever. 1964. Lectin-detected differences among wild rodents. Abstract of paper presented at annual meeting of the American Institute of Biological Sciences, Boulder CO. August 1964. Genetics 50(2):269.
  25. Rundel, P.W., D.J. Parsons, D.T. Gordon. 1977. Montane and subalpine vegetation of the Sierra Nevada and Cascade Ranges. In: Barbour, M.G., J. Major Editors. Terrestrial vegetation of California. Wiley and Sons Inc., New York. 1002 p.
  26. Oliver, W.W. 1986. Growth of California red fir advance regeneration after overstory removal and thinning. Research Paper PSW-180. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, USDA, Berkeley CA. 6 p.
  27. Oliver, W.W. 1988. Ten-year growth response of a California red and white fir sawtimber stand to several thinning intensities. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 3(2):41-43.
  28. Scharpf, R.F. 1969. Dwarf mistletoe on red fir... infection and control in understory stands. Research Paper PSW-50. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. Forest Service, USDA. Berkeley CA. 8 p.
  29. Scharpf, R.F. 1979. Dwarf mistletoe-infected red fir: growth after release. Research Paper PSW-143. Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, USDA. Berkeley CA. 9 p.
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