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RESEARCH NOTES

RN-411
RN-407
Thinning stagnated ponderosa and Jeffrey pine stands in northeastern California: 30-year effects
Robert J. Lilieholm, Dennis E. Teeguarden, and Donald T. Gordon
RN-405
Manual release in an "old" Douglas-fir plantation increases diameter growth
Philip M. McDonald, Gary O. Fiddler, Richard A. Tucker, and Andrew Colaninno
RN-402
Equations for predicting biomass in 2- to 6-year-old Eucalyptus saligna in Hawaii
Craig D. Whitesell, Susan C. Miyasaka, Robert F. Strand, Thomas H. Schubert, and Katharine E. McDuffie
RN-401
Equations for predicting biomass of six introduced tree species, island of Hawaii
Thomas H. Schukrt, Robert F. Strand, Thomas G. Cole, and Katharine E. McDuffie
RN-398
Unusual decline of tanoak sprouts
Philip M. McDonald, Detlev R. Vogler, and Dennis Mayhew
RN-396
RN-393
RN-392
RN-391
RN-389
Distribution and abundance of snags in the Sagehen Creek Basin, California
Michael L. Morrison, Mark F. Dedon, Michael P. Yoder-Williams, and Martin G. Raphael
RN-384
Smoked aluminum track stations record flying squirrel occurrence
Martin G. Raphael, Cathy A. Taylor, and Reginald H. Barrett
RN-373
Changes in recreation values after fire in the northern Rocky Mountains
Patrick J. Flowers, Henry J.Vaux Jr., Philip D. Gardner, and Thomas J. Mills
RN-372
Arsonists in California and New York: a tentative look
Bradshaw, William G., and Timothy G. Huff
RN-365
RN-342
Ash Leachate Can Reduce Surface Erosion
George J. Holcomb and Philip B. Durgin
RN-314
RN-311
RN-306
Disturbance during logging stimulates regeneration of koa
Paul G. Scowcroft and Robert E. Nelson
RN-303
RN-301
Allocation model for air tanker initial attack in firefighting
Francis E.Greulich and William G. O'Regan
RN-277
Projection-viewer for microscale aerial photography
Robert C. Aldrich, James von Mosch, and Wallace Greentree
RN-274
Black twig borer...a tree killer in Hawaii
Robert E. Nelson, and Clifton J. Davis
RN-271
More California-poppy in stubble field than in old field
Raymond D. Ratliff, Stanley E. Westfall, and Richard W. Robarts
RN-267
RN-259
Gibberellic acid breaks dormancy and hastens germination of creeping sage
Eamor C. Nord, Louis E. Gunter, and Stuart A. Graham Jr.
RN-256
Gross volume tables for redwood trees in and near the Redwood National Park
Philip G. Langley, Terrell D. Smith, and Ralph C. Hall
RN-254
RN-253
Wedgeleaf ceanothus canopy does not affect total herbage yield
Vernon J. Gaylord and Stanley E. Westfall
RN-252
Recovery of young ponderosa pines damaged by herbicide spraying
Jay R. Bentley, David A. Blakeman, and Stanley B. Carpenter
RN-251
Characteristics of people who start fires...
John R. Christiansen and William S. Folkman
RN-240
Species trials at the Waiakea Arboretum
Robert E. Burgan and Wesley H. C. Wong Jr.
RN-239
Forest products harvested in Hawaii-1969
Robert E. Burgan and Wesley H.C. Wong Jr.
RN-238
Early brush control promotes growth of ponderosa pine planted on bulldozed site
Jay R. Bentley, Stanley B. Carpenter, and David A. Blakeman
RN-236
RN-234
Direct seeding trials of three major timber species in Hawaii
Gerald A. Waiters and Craig D. Whitesell
RN-232
Early growth tolerances of grasses, shrubs, and trees to boron in tunnel spoil
Parker F. Pratt, Eamor C. Nord, and Francis L. Bair
RN-231
RN-230
RN-220
RN-217
Controlling firetree in Hawaii by injection of Tordon 22K
Gerald A. Walters and William S. Null
RN-215
A technique for sampling low shrub vegetation, by crown volume classes
Jay R. Bentley, Donald W. Seegrist, and David A. Blakeman
RN-208
Toxicity of aerosols to larch casebearer larvae
Robert L. Lyon and Margaret E. May
RN-203
Perennial grasses reduce woody plant seedlings...on mixed conifer fuel-break
Harry E. Schimke, Lisle R. Green, and Danny Heavilin
RN-202
Moisture contents of brushland fuels desiccated for burning
Stanley B. Carpenter, Jay R. Bentley, and Charles A. Graham
RN-190
RN-183
RN-182
A Portable Station for Recording Fire Weather Data
John R. Murray and Clive M. Countryman
RN-180
RN-175
RN-158
Measuring soil moisture near soil surface...minor differences due to neutron source type
Robert R. Ziemer, Irving Goldberg, and Norman A. MacGillivray
RN-143
Coating green slash...asphalt and wax prevent drying
Harry E. Schimke and Ronald H. Dougherty
RN-140
RN-138
Winter injury among white fir seedlings...unusual pattern in seed source study
M. Thompson Conkle, W.J. Libby, and J.L. Hamrick, III
RN-129
RN-128
Soil slippage increased by brush conversion
Edward S. Corbett and Raymond M. Rice
RN-122
Picloram herbicide for killing chaparral species... a preliminary rating
Lisle R. Green, Joe R. Goodin, and Theodore R. Plumb
RN-112
Monthly fire behavior patterns
Schroeder, Mark J.; Craig C. Chandler
RN-111
Disposal of logging slash, thinnings, and brush by burying
Harry E. Schimke and Ronald H. Dougherty
RN-108
Helicopter fertilizing of foothill range
Don A. Duncan and Jack N. Reppert
RN-105
Determining the age of dwarfmistletoe infections on red fir
Robert F. Scharpf and J.R. Parmenter, Jr.
RN-98
Pacific madrone…A general bibliography for a promising species
Phillip M. Mcdonald and William E. Sundahl
RN-87
A new method for spray deposit assessment
Chester M. Himel, Leland Vaughn, Raymond P. Miskus, Arthur D. Moore
RN-85
RN-82
Frost injury to bitterbrush in eastern California
R. S. Smith, R. F. Scharpf, and E. R. Schneegas
RN-81
RN-80
RN-70
Do wire fences stop ground fires
James L. Murphy and Harry E. Schimke
RN-69
Tests of an experimental slash ignition unit
James L. Murphy and Harry E. Schimke
RN-65
RN-63
Five-year measurements of Unit 3, Waiakea Arboretum, Hawaii
Stanley B. Carpenter and George B. Richmond
RN-62
An economical storage precipitation gage
Raymond D. Ratliff and Jack N. Reppert
RN-56
RN-51
RN-50
A study of trapezoidal flume models at San Dimas
Richard R. Brock and Jay S. Krammes
RN-44
Sowing rates for reforestation by the seed-spotting method
Gilbert H. Schubert and Harry A. Fowells
RN-29
"First aid" for burned watersheds
J.S. Krammes and L. W. Hill
RN-26
Effects of grass competition on bitterbrush: second-year report
H. Reed Sanderson, Richard L. Hubbard, and Donald W. Seegrist
RN-20
Electronic data processing codes for California wildland plants
Merton J. Reed, W. Robert Powell, and Bur S. Bal
RN-11
Use of radioactive sources in measuring characteristics of snowpacks
Henry W. Anderson, Philip M. McDonald, and Lloyd W. Gay
RN-10
The fuel temperature counter
John R. Murray and Charles W. Philpot
RN-4

RESEARCH NOTES (original series): 1930-1962

RN(OS)-145
RN(OS)-34
Bitterbrush in California
August L. Hormay
Last Modified: Apr 11, 2014 12:58:53 PM