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Busse, M.D., Cochran, P.H., Hopkins, W.E., W. Johnson, Fiddler, G.O., Riegel, G.M., Ratcliff, A.W., C.J. Shestak. 2009. Developing resilient ponderosa pine forests with mechanical thinning and prescribed fire in central Oregon's pumice region. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39: 1171-1185.

Busse, M.D., G.M. Riegel. 2009. Response of antelope bitterbrush to repeated burning in central Oregon ponderosa pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 257: 904-910.

Busse, M.D., F.G. Sanchez, A.W. Ratcliff, J.R. Butnor, E.A. Carter, R.F. Powers. 2009. Soil carbon sequestration and changes in fungal and bacterial biomass following incorporation of forest residues. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41: 220-227.

Kane, J., J.M. Varner, and E.E. Knapp. 2009. Novel fuelbed characteristics associated with mechanical mastication treatments in northern California and southwestern Oregon. International J. Wildland Fire 18:686-697.

Knapp, E.E., B.L. Estes, and C.N. Skinner. 2009. Ecological effects of prescribed fire season: a literature review and synthesis for managers.Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-224. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 80 p.

Knapp, E. E. and K.J. Rice. 2009. Effects of competition and temporal variation on the evolutionary potential of two native bunchgrass species . Restoration Ecology, Early View (Article online in advance of print), published Online: July 1, 2009. doi: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2009.00552.x

Miller, J.D., E.E. Knapp, C.H. Key, C.N. Skinner, C. Isbell, M. Creasy, and J. Sherlock. 2009. Calibration and validation of the relative differenced Normalized Burn Ratio (RdNBR) to three measures of fire severity in the Sierra Nevada and Klamath Mountains, California, USA. Remote Sensing of Environment 113:645-656.

Schwilk, D.W., J.E Keeley, E.E. Knapp, J. McIver, J.D. Bailey, C.J. Fettig, C.E. Fiedler, R.J. Harrod, J.J. Moghaddas, K.W. Outcalt, C.N. Skinner, S.L. Stephens, T.A. Waldrop, D.A. Yaussy, and A. Youngblood. 2009. The national Fire and Fire Surrogate study: effects of fuel reduction methods on forest vegetation structure and fuels.Ecological Applications 19:285-304.

S.L. Stephens, J.J. Moghaddas, C. Edminster, C.E. Fiedler, S. Haase, M. Harrington, J.E. Keeley, E.E. Knapp, J.D. McIver, K. Metlen, C.N. Skinner, and A. Youngblood. 2009. Fire treatment effects on vegetation structure, fuels, and potential fire severity in western U.S. forests. Ecological Applications 19:305-320.

Rabin, L.A.; W.W. Oliver, R.F. Powers, M.W. Ritchie, M.D. Busse, and E.E. Knapp. 2009. Historical growth plots in the Pacific Southwest.Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-213. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 83 p.

Rice, K.J., and E.E. Knapp. 2008. Effects of competition and life history stage on the expression of local adaptation in two native bunchgrasses. Restoration Ecology 16(1):12-23.

Hamman, S.T., I.C. Burke, and E.E. Knapp. 2008. Soil nutrients and microbial activity after early and late season prescribed burns in a Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forest. Forest Ecology and Management 256:367-374.

Busse, M.D., M.F. Jurgensen, D. Page-Dumroese, R.F. Powers. 2007. Contribution of actinorhizal shrubs to site fertility in a northern California mixed-pine forest. Forest Ecology and Management 244:68-75.

Knapp, E.E., D.W. Schwilk, J.M. Kane, and J.E. Keeley. 2007. Role of burning season on initial understory vegetation response to prescribed fire in a mixed conifer forest. Can. J. For. Res. 37: 11-22 (2007).

Youngblood, Andrew; Bigler-Cole, Heidi; Fettig, Christopher J.; Fiedler, Carl; Knapp, Eric E.; Lehmkuhl, John F.; Outcalt, Kenneth W.; Skinner, Carl N.; Stephens, Scott L.; Waldrop, Thomas A.  2007.  Making fire and fire surrogate science available: a summary of regional workshops with clients.   Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-727. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 59 p.

Zhang, J.W., W.W. Oliver & M.W. Ritchie. 2007. Effect of stand densities on stand dynamics in white fir (Abies concolor) forests in northeast California, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 244:50-59.

Busse, M., C. Shestak, E. Knapp, G. Fiddler, and K. Hubbert. 2006. Lethal soil heating during burning of masticated fuels: effects of soil moisture and texture. Proceedings of the Third International Fire Ecology and Management Congress, Nov. 13-17, San Diego , CA.

Busse, M.D., S.E. Beattie, R.F. Powers, F.G. Sanchez, and A.E. Tiarks. 2006. Microbial community responses in forest mineral soil to compaction, organic matter removal, and vegetation control. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36: 577-588.

Ferrenberg S. M. , D.W. Schwilk, E.E. Knapp, E. Groth, and J.E. Keeley. 2006. Fire decreases arthropod abundance but increases diversity: early and late seasson prescribed fire effects in a Sierra Nevada mixed-conifer forest. Fire Ecology
Vol.2 No.2. December 2006. pages 79-101.

Kane, J. M., E. E.Knapp, and J. M. Varner. 2006. Variability in loading of mechanically masticated fuel beds in northern California and southwestern Oregon . In Andrews, P.L., and Butler , B.W., comps., Fuel Management – How to Measure Success: Conference Proceedings, March 28-30, 2006 , Portland OR . U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Proceedings RMRS-P-41, pages 341-350.

Kane, J., J.M. Varner, and E. Knapp. 2006. Initial Understory Vegetation Response to Mechanical Mastication Fuel Treatments: Balancing Biodiversity and Fire Hazard Reduction. Proceedings of the Third International Fire Ecology and Management Congress, Nov. 13-17, San Diego, CA.

Knapp E.E., M.Busse, J. Morgan Varner III, C. Skinner, and R. Powers. 2006. Behavior and short-term effects of fire in masticated fuel beds. Proceedings of the Third International Fire Ecology and Management Congress, Nov. 13-17, San Diego, CA.

Knapp, E. E.,and J. E. Keeley. 2006. Heterogeneity in fire severity with early season and late season prescribed burns in a mixed conifer forest. International Journal of Wildland Fire.15:37-45.

Ratcliff, A.W., M.D. Busse, and C.J. Shestak. 2006. Changes in microbial community structure following herbicide (glyphosate) additions to forest soils. Applied Soil Ecology 34:114-124.

Robison, T.L., R.J. Rousseau & J.W. Zhang. 2006. Biomass productivity improvement for eastern cottonwood. Biomass & Bioenergy 30:735-739.

Schwilk, D.W., E. E. Knapp, S.M. Ferrenberg, J.E. Keeley, and A.C. Caprio. 2006. Tree mortality from fire and bark beetles following early and late season prescribed fires in a Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forest. Forest Ecology and Management 232: 36-45.

Uzoh F.C.C. and W.W. Oliver 2006. Individual tree height increment model for managed even‑aged stands of ponderosa pine throughout the western United States using linear mixed effects models. Forest Ecology and Management 221(1-3):147-154.

Zhang, J.W. & W.W. Oliver. 2006. Stand structure and growth of Abies magnifica responded to five thinning levels in northeastern California, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 223: 275-283

Zhang, J.W., W.W. Oliver & M.D. Busse. 2006. Growth and development of ponderosa pine on sites of contrasting productivities: relative importance of stand density and shrub competition effects. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:2426-2438

Agee, J.K., and Skinner, C.N. 2005. Basic principles of forest fuels management. Forest Ecology and Management 211: 83-96.

Busse, M.D., and L.F. DeBano. 2005. Soil biology. In (D. Neary, K. Ryan, L. DeBano, eds.) Wildland fire in ecosystems. Effects of fire on soil and water. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep RMRS-GTR-42-volume 4. p. 73-91.

Knapp, E. E., J.E. Keeley, E. A. Ballenger, and T. J. Brennan. 2005. Fuel reduction and coarse woody debris dynamics with early season and late season prescribed fires in a Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forest. Forest Ecology and Management 208:383-397.

LOCAL: Knapp, E. E., J.E. Keeley, E. A. Ballenger, and T. J. Brennan. 2005. Fuel reduction and coarse woody debris dynamics with early season and late season prescribed fires in a Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forest. Forest Ecology and Management 208:383-397.

C. J. Shestak and M. D. Busse (2005) Compaction Alters Physical but not Biological Indices of Soil Health.

Busse, Matt D., Ken R. Hubbert, Gary O. Fiddler, Carol J. Shestak, and Robert F. Powers (2005) Lethal soil temperatures during burning of masticated forest residues.

Matt D. Busse, Gary O. Fiddler and Alice W. Ratcliff. 2004. Ectomycorrhizal Formation in Herbicide-Treated Soils of Differing Clay and Organic Matter. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 152: 23-34

Ritchie, M.W. 2005. Ecological research at the Goosenest Adaptive Management Area in Northeastern California. General Technical Report PSW-GTR-192. Albany CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 119 p.

Ritchie, M.W. 2005. Effects of thinning and prescribed fire on understory vegetation in interior pine forests of California. In: Peterson, C.E.; Maguire, D.A., editors. Balancing ecosystem values: innovative experiments for sustainable forestry. Conference Proceedings. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-635. Portland OR: Pacific Northwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 297-307.

Schaub, M., J.M. Skelly, J.W. Zhang, J.A. Ferdinand, J.E. Savage, R.E. Stevenson, D.D. Davis & K.C. Steiner. 2005. Physiological and foliar symptom response of Prunus serotina, Fraxinus americana and Acer rubrum canopy trees to ozone under differing site conditions. Environmental Pollution 133:553-567.

Skinner, C.N., M.W. Ritchie, T. Hamilton, and J. Symons. 2005. Effects of prescribed fire and thinning on wildfire severity: the Cone Fire, Blacks Mountain Experimental Forest. In: S. Cooper, editor. 25th Annual Forest Vegetation Management Conference, January 2004. University of California Cooperative Extension, Redding, CA.

Skinner, C.N.; Stephens, S.L. 2005. Fire in the Sierra Nevada. In: Proceedings of the Sierra Nevada Science Symposium: 2002 October 7-10; Kings Beach, CA. Murphy, D.D., Stine, P.A. editors. General Technical Report PSW-GTR-193. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Albany, CA; 65-68.

Vaughn, N., and M.W. Ritchie. 2005. Estimation of crown cover in interior ponderosa pine stands: Effects of thinning and prescribed fire. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 20(4):240-246.

Youngblood, A., K. L. Metlen, E. E. Knapp, K. W. Outcalt, S. L. Stephens, T. A. Waldrop, and D. Yaussy. Implementation of the Fire and Fire Surrogate Study – A national research effort to evaluate the consequences of fuel reduction treatments. In: C. E. Peterson, and D. A. Maguire, eds., Balancing Ecosystem Values: Innovative Experiments for Sustainable Forestry, Proceedings of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations workshop. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-635. Pgs. 315-321.

Knapp, Eric E.; Stephens, Scott L.; McIver, James D.; Moghaddas, Jason J.; Keeley, Jon E. 2004. Fire and fire surrogate study in the Sierra Nevada: evaluating restoration treatments at Blodgett Forest and Sequoia National Park. In: Murphy, Dennis D. and Stine, Peter A., editors. Proceedings of the Sierra Nevada Science Symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-193. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture: 79-85.

Zhang, J.W. & B.M. Cregg. 2005. Growth and physiological responses to varied environments among populations of Pinus ponderosa. Forest Ecology and Management 219:1-12.

Zhang, J.W., W.W. Oliver & R.F. Powers. 2005. Long-term effects of thinning and fertilization on growth of red fir in northeastern California. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35:1285-1293.

Matt D. Busse, Gary O. Fiddler and Alice W. Ratcliff (2004). Ectomycorrhizal Formation in Herbicide-Treated Soils of Differing Clay and Organic Matter.

Whitlock, C., Skinner, C.N., Minckley, T., and Mohr, J.A. 2004. Comparison of charcoal and tree-ring records of recent fires in the eastern Klamath Mountains. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34: 2110-2121.

Kliejunas, John, Smith, Richard S., 2003. Re-location of the Site of the First Report of Black Stain Root Disease. USFS - Forest Health Protection, Pacific Southwest Region. 3420 Evaluation.

Skinner, C.N. 2003. Fire history of upper montane and subalpine glacial basins in the Klamath Mountains of northern California. Tall Timbers Research Station, Miscellaneous Publication 13: 145-151.

Skinner, C.N. 2003. A tree-ring based fire history of riparian reserves in the Klamath Mountains. In: California riparian systems: processes and floodplains management, ecology, and restoration. 2001 Riparian Habitat and Floodplains Conference Proceedings, March 12-15, 2001, Sacramento, CA. Farber, P.M. (ed.). Riparian Habitat Joint Venture, Sacramento, CA: 116-119.

Stephens, S.L., and Skinner, C.N., and Gill, S.J. 2003. A dendrochonology based fire history of Jeffrey pine-mixed conifer forests in the Sierra San Pedro Martir, Mexico. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33: 1090-1101.

Taylor, A.H., and Skinner, C.N. 2003. Spatial patterns and controls on historical fire regimes and forest structure in the Klamath Mountains. Ecological Applications 13: 704-719.

Skinner, C.N. 2002. Fire history in riparian reserves of the Klamath Mountains. Association for Fire Ecology, Miscellaneous Publication No. 1: 445-454.

Skinner, C.N. 2002. Influence of fire on dead woody material in forests of California and southwestern Oregon. In Proceedings of the symposium on the ecology and management of dead wood in western forests. 1999, November 2-4; Reno, NV. pp. 445-454. Edited by W.F. Laudenslayer Jr., P.J. Shea, B.E. Valentine, C.P. Weatherspoon, and T.E. Lisle, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Albany, CA, General Technical Report PSW-GTR-181.

Skinner, Carl N. (2002): Fire regimes and fire history: implications for obsidian hydration dating. In: Proceedings: Symposium2 - The effects of fire/heat on obsidian. Society for California Archaeology 33rd Annual Meeting. April 23-25, 1999, Sacramento, CA. Cultural Resource Publications, USDI Bureau of Land Management, [Place of publication unknown]. p. 141-146.

Weatherspoon, C.P., and Skinner, C.N. 2002. An ecological comparison of fire and fire surrogates for reducing wildfire hazard and improving forest health. Association for Fire Ecology, Miscellaneous Publication No. 1: 239-245.

Matt D. Busse, Alice W. Ratcliff, Carol J. Shestak, Robert F. Powers (2001). Glyphosate Toxicity and the Effects of Long-term Vegetation Control on Soil Microbial Communities.

Uzoh, F.C.C. 2001.  A height increment equation for young ponderosa pine plantations using precipitation and soil factors. Forest Ecology and Management 142(1-3):191-201.

Agee, James K; Bahro,Berni; Finney,Mark A; Omi,Philip N; Sapsis,David B; Skinner,Carl N; van Wagtendonk,Jan W; Weatherspoon,C Phillip (2000): The use of shaded fuelbreaks in landscape fire management. Forest Ecology and Management 127: 55-66.

Knapp, E. E., M. A. Goedde, and K. J. Rice. 2001. Pollen limited reproduction in blue oak: implications for wind-pollination in fragmented landscapes. Oecologia 128:48-55.

Busse, M.D. 2000. Suitability and use of 15N-isotope dilution method to estimate nitrogen fixation by actinorhizal shrubs. Forest Ecology and Management 136:85-95.

Busse, M.D., S.A. Simon, and G.M. Riegel. 2000. Tree-growth and understory responses to low-severity prescribed burning in thinned Pinus ponderosa forests of central Oregon. Forest Science 46:258-268.

Mohr, Jerry A.; Whitlock, Cathy; Skinner, Carl N. (2000): Postglacial vegetation and fire history, eastern Klamath Mountains, California. The Holocene 10: 587-601.

Ritchie, M.W. 1999. A compendium of growth and yield simulators for the Pacific States. General Technical Report PSW-GTR-174. Albany CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service. 59 p.

Zack, Steve; Laudenslayer Jr., William F; George, T Luke; Skinner, Carl; Oliver, William (1999): A prospectus on restoring late-successional forest structure to eastside pine ecosystems through large-scale interdisciplinary research. In: First Biennial North American Forest Ecology Workshop. J.E. Cook and B.P. Oswald (complilers). Forest Ecology Working Group, Society of American Foresters, 343-355.

Millar, C., Lind, A., Skinner, C., Verner, J., Zielinski, W., and Ziemer, R. 1998. Sierra Nevada science review. (Report of the Science Review Team charged to synthesize new information of rangewide urgency to the national forests of the Sierra Nevada) USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Albany, CA.

Taylor, Alan H; Skinner, Carl N (1998): Fire history and landscape dynamics in a late-successional reserve, Klamath Mountains, California, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 111: 285-301.

Uzoh, F.C.C, K.L. Dolph, and J.R. Anstead 1998. Periodic annual diameter increment following overstory removal in mixed conifer stands. Res. Paper PSW-RP-238. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Depa. of Agriculture; 22 p.

Oliver, W.W., and F.C.C. Uzoh 1997. Maximum stand density for ponderosa pine and red and white fir in northern California. P. 57-65 In: 18th annual forest vegetation management conference, Sacramento, California. For. Veg. Man. Conf., Redding, CA.

Skinner, Carl N (1997): Toward understanding of fire history information. In: What is Watershed Stability? Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Conference of the Watershed Management Council. S. Sommarstrom (editor). Water Resources Center Report No. 92. Centers for Water and Wildland Resources, University of California, Davis, 15-22.

Taylor, Alan H; Skinner, Carl N (1997): Fire regimes and management of old growth Douglas-fir forests in the Klamath Mountains of northwestern California. In: Proceedings - Fire Effects on Threatened and Endangered Species and Habitats Conference. Nov. 13-16, 1995. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. (Eds: Greenlee, Jason et al.) International Association of Wildland Fire, Fairfield, WA, 203-208.

Uzoh, F.C.C, K.L. Dolph, and J.R. Anstead 1997. Understory response following varying levels of overstory removal in mixed conifer stands. P. 392-403. I.U.F.R.O. In:  Emmingham, W.H. (Ed.), Proceedings — Interdisciplinary Uneven-aged Management Symposium, September 1997. Corvallis, Oregon, USA.

Busse, M.D., P.H. Cochran, and J.W. Barrett. 1996. Changes in ponderosa pine productivity following removal of understory vegetation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 60:1614-1621.

McKelvey, Kevin S; Skinner, Carl N; Chang, Chi-ru; Erman, Don C.; Husari, Susan J.; Parsons, David J; van Wagtendonk, Jan; Weatherspoon, C Phillip. (1996): Fire in the Sierra Nevada: An overview. In: Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final report to Congress. Vol. II: Assessments and scientific basis for management options. Wildland Resources Center Publication No. 37. Centers for Water and Wildland Resources, University of California, Davis, 1033-1040.

Skinner, Carl N; Chang, Chi-ru (1996): Fire regimes, past and present. In: Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final report to Congress. Vol. II: Assessments and scientific basis for management options. Wildland Resources Center Publication No. 37. Centers for Water and Wildland Resources, University of California, Davis, 1041-1070.

Skinner, Carl N.; Weatherspoon, C. Phillip. (1996): Plantation characteristics affecting damage from wildfire. In: Proceedings, 17th Annual Forest Vegetation Management Conference; 1996 January 16-18; Redding, CA. Redding, CA: Forest Vegetation Management Conference: 137-142.

Uzoh, F.C.C., Ritchie, Martin W.  1996.  Crown area equations for 13 species of trees and shrubs in northern California and southwestern Oregon. Res. Paper PSW-RP-227. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 13p.

Weatherspoon, C Phillip; Skinner, Carl N (1996): Landscape-level strategies for forest fuel management. In: Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final report to Congress. Vol. II: Assessments and scientific basis for management options. Wildland Resources Center Publication No. 37. Centers for Water and Wildland Resources, University of California, Davis, 1471-1492.

Laudenslayer, William F, Jr.; Skinner, Carl N (1995): Past climates, forests, and disturbances of the Sierra Nevada, California: understanding the past to manage for the future. Transactions of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society 31, 19-26.

Skinner, Carl N (1995): Change in spatial characteristics of forest openings in the Klamath Mountains of northwestern California, USA. Landscape Ecology 10: 219-228.

Weatherspoon, C Phillip; Skinner, Carl N (1995): An assessment of factors associated with damage to tree crowns from the 1987 wildfires in northern California. Forest Science 41: 430-451.

McDonald, Philip M; Skinner, Carl N; Fiddler, Gary O (1992): Ponderosa pine needle length: an early indicator of release treatment effectiveness. Canandian Journal of Forest Research 22: 761-764.

Powers, R.F., Alban R.E., Ballenger E.A., Brennan T.J. 1991. Sustaining site productivity in North American forests: Problems and Prospects. "Sustained Productivity of Forest Soils," 7th Annual American Forest Soils Conference Proceedings, 1990.

Weatherspoon, C Phillip; Skinner, Carl N; Simpson, Celeste S (1991): Reducing bearclover by repeated growing-season prescribed burns: preliminary test results. In: 12th Annual Forest Vegetation Management Conference. Shasta County Opportunity Center, Redding, CA, 1-9.

McDonald, Philip M.; Skinner, Carl. N. 1989. Local volume tables for young-growth conifers on a high quality site in the northern Sierra Nevada. Res. Note PSW-RN-404. Berkeley, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 6 p.

Weatherspoon, C Phillip; Almond, George A; Skinner, Carl N (1989): Tree-centered spot firing - a technique for prescribed burning beneath standing trees. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 4: 29-31.

Martin, Robert E., 1983. Fire in Eastside Pine. Publisher Unknown.

McDonald, Philip M. 1983. Local volume tables for Pacific madrone, tanoak, and California black oak in north-central California. Res. Note PSW-RN-362. Berkeley. CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 6 p.

Bolsinger, Charles. 1982. An overview of current forest resources and trends in the eastside pine type of California. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Weatherspoon, C. Phillip, 1982. Residue management in the eastide pine type. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Roy, Douglas F., 1982. Natural Generation. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Gasser, Donald P., 1982. A conceptual basis for evealuating thinning projects. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Roy, Douglas F., 1982. Natural Generation. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Gasser, Donald P., 1982. A conceptual basis for evealuating thinning projects. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Gordon, Donald T., 1982. Managing the eastside pine type: a historical overview. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Briggs, Gaylord. 1982. Ownership objectives for the eastside pine type - Roseburg Lumber Company. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Briggs, Gaylord. 1982. Artificial regeneration-planting method trails in eastside pine. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Bowman, H. F., 1982. The financial return of thinning ponderosa pine. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Jensen, Jerry. 1982. The eastside pine type ownership objectives for a national forest. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Lindstrand Jr., Lennart. 1982. Site preparation practices. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Cochran, P. H., 1982. Implications of site quality for eastside ponderosa pine. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Zinke, Paul J., 1982. Soils of the eastside pine type and their properties in relation to forest managment. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

McDonald, Phiilip M., 1982. Climate, history, and vegetation of the eastside pine type in California. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

McDonald, Phillip M., 1982. Weeds in conifer plantations of northeastern california... management implications. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Smith Jr., Richard S., 1982. Diseases of eastside pine types. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Nelson, Thomas C., 1982. Site evaluation for regeneration planning. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Oliver, William W., 1982. Responses of eastside pine to precommercial thinning. Proceedings from Management of the Eastside Pine Type in North Eastern California Symposium. Northern California Society of American Foresters. June 15-17, 1982. Susanville, CA.

Powers, Robert F.; Oliver, William W. 1978. Site classification of ponderosa pine stands under stocking control in California. Res. Pap. PSW-128. Berkeley, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 9 p.

Bega, Robert V., Smith Jr., Richard S., 1966. Distribution of Fomes Annosus in Natural Forests of California.Plant Disease Reporter. Vol.50, No.11.

Keen, F.P., Ponderosa Pine Tree Classes Redefined. Journal of Forestry. Vol. 41. April. Pgs. 249-253.

Hasel, A. A., 1942. Estimation of Volume in Timber Stands by Strip Sampling. The Annals of Mathematical Statistics. Vol.13 No.2. Pgs. 179-206.

Hasel, A. A., 1942. Sampling Error of Cruises in the California Pine Region. Journal of Forestry. Vol.40. March. Pgs. 211-217.

Hasel, A. A., 1938. Sampling Error in Timber Surveys. Reprinted from Journal of Agricultural Research. Vol.57 No.10. Washington D.C. November 15, 1938 Pgs. 713-736.

Dunning, Duncan; Reineke, L.H. 1933. Preliminary yield tables for second growth stands in the California pine region. USDA Technical Bulletin No. 354. June, 1933.

Dunning, Duncan. 1928. A tree clasification for the selection forests of the Sierra Nevada. Reprinted from Journal of Agricultural Research. Vol.36 No.9. Washington D.C. May 1, 1928.

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