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Pacific Southwest Research Station

 

Pacific Southwest Research Station
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The publications that can be accessed from links below are those produced and printed by the Pacific Southwest Research Station. There are many more publications produced by our scientists through other outlets. These may be available through the invidividual project pages.

RESEARCH PAPERS

RP-263
Climate project screening tool: an aid for climate change adaptation
Toni Lyn Morelli, Sjarpm Yeh, Nikola M. Smith, Mary Beth Hennessy, Contance I. Millar
RP-262
A climate change primer for land managers: an example from the Sierra Nevada
Toni Lyn Morelli, Maureen C. McGlinchy, and Ronald P. Neilson
RP-259
Using HFire for spatial modeling of fire in shrublands
Seth H. Peterson, Marco E. Morais, Jean M. Carlson, Philip E. Dennison, Dar A. Roberts, Max A. Moritz, and David R. Weise
RP-258
Decision modeling for analyzing fire action outcomes
Donald G. MacGregor and Armando González-Cabán
RP-253
RP-252
RP-249
Economic value of big game habitat production from natural and prescribed fire
Armando Gonzalez-Caban, John B. Loomis, Dana Griffin, Elen Wu, Daniel McCollum, Jane McKeever, Diane Freeman
RP-241
RP-238
RP-236
RP-235
RP-230
Analysis of USDA Forest Service fire-related expenditures 1970-1995
Ervin G. Schuster, David A. Cleaves, and Enoch F. Bell
RP-224
Development of a mixed shrub-Ponderosa Pine community
Philip M. McDonald and Gary O. Fiddler
RP-223
RP-222
RP-207
One Seed Source of Jeffrey Pine Shows Resistance to Dwarf Mistletoe
Robert F. Scharpf, Bohun B. Kinloch, and James L. Jenkinson
RP-198
Stability and Change in Minerotrophic Peatlands, Sierra Nevada of California and Nevada
James W. Bartolome, Don C. Erman, and Charles F. Schwarz
RP-197
Estimating Postfire Water Production in the Pacific Northwest
Donald F. Potts, David L. Peterson, and Hans R. Zuuring
RP-195
Bird Foraging on Incense-cedar and Incense-cedar Scale During Winter in California
Michael L. Morrison, Donald L. Dahlsten, Susan M. Tait, Robert C. Heald, Kathleen A. Milne, and David L. Rowney
RP-194
Thinning Decreases Mortality and Increases Growth of Ponderosa Pine in Northeastern California
Gary O. Fiddler, Dennis R. Hart, Troy A. Fiddler, and Philip M. McDonald
RP-193
Searching for the Value of a View
Arthur W. Magill and Charles F. Schwarz
RP-187
Benefits of Eucalyptus-Albizia Mixtures Vary by Site on Hawaii Island
Dean S. DeBell, Craig D. Whitesell, and Thomas B. Crabb
RP-184
Shelterwood Regeneration of True Fir: conclusions after 8 years
Robert J. Laacke and Jeanne H. Tomaschesk
RP-183
RP-182
RP-177
Watershed Modeling for Fire Management Planning in the Northern Rocky Mountains
Donald F. Potts, David L. Peterson, and Hans R. Zuuring
RP-176
RP-175
Mixed Plantations of Eucalyptus and leguminous Trees Enhance Biomass Production
Dean S. DeBell, Craig D. Whitesell, and Thomas H. Schubert
RP-171
Costs of Fire Suppression Forces Based On Cost...Aggregation Approach
Armando Gonzalez-Caban, Charles W. McKetta, Thomas J. Mills
RP-167
Land Management Planning: a method of evaluating alternatives
Andres Weintraub, Richard Adams, and Linda Yellin
RP-165
Stem Infection by Dwarf Mistletoe in California Firs
John R. Parmeter Jr., and Robert F. Scharpf
RP-159
RP-158
Mapping Pine Mortality by Aerial Photography, Umstead State Park, North Carolina
Clarence J. DeMars, Garey W. Slaughter, and Lula E. Greene John H.Ghent
RP-157
Economic Efficiency of Fire Management Programs at Six National Forests
Dennis L. Schweitzer, Ernest V. Anderson, and Thomas J. Mills
RP-156
RP-152
Tests of 36 Eucalyptus Species in Northern California
James R. King and Stanley L. Krugman
RP-149
Roadless Area-Intensive Management Tradeoffs on the Sierra National Forest, California
Robert J. Hrubes, Kent P. Connaughton, and Robert W. Sassaman
RP-148
Effects of Sevin-4-Oil, Dimilin, and Orthene on Forest Birds in Northeastern Oregon
Merle L. Richmond, Charles J. Henny, Randy L. Floyd, R. William Mannan, Deborah M. Finch, and Lawrence R. DeWeese
RP-146
RP-145
RP-144
RP-138
Testing aerially applied Orthene for control of larch casebearer.
John S. Hard, Stanley Meso, and Michael Haskett
RP-136
Estimating snowpack density from albedo measurement
James L. Smith and Howard G. Halverson
RP-130
Control of douglas-fir tussock moth by aerially applied Dimilin (TH 6040)
John S. Hard, James D. Ward, and Steven Ilnytzky
RP-129
Team teaching fire prevention program: evaluation of an education technique
Frank L. Ryan, Frank H. Gladen, and William S. Folkman
RP-123
RP-119
Fire and children: learning survival skills
Jeanne H. Block, Jack Block, and William S. Folkman
RP-118
Species adaptability trials for man-made forests in Hawaii
Whitesell, Craig D., and Gerald A. Walters
RP-116
Organizational factors in fire prevention: roles, obstacles, and recommendations
John R. Christiansen, William S. Folkman, W. Keith Warner, and Michael L. Woolcott
RP-107
WRIS: a resource information system for wildland management
Robert M. Russell, David A. Sharpnack, and Elliot L. Amidon
RP-105
Ohia forest decline: its spread and severity in Hawaii
Edwin Q. P. Petteys, Robert E. Burgan, and Robert E. Nelson
RP-102
RP-99
RP-82
The distribution of forest trees in California
James R. Griffin and William B. Critchfield
RP-77
Restrotation grazing at Harvey Valley. . .range health, cattle gains, costs
Raymond D. Ratliff, Jack N. Reppert, Richard J. McConnen
RP-76
Profiles of California vegetation
William B. Critchfield
RP-75
Low-level wind maxima in the 1969 San Mateo and Walker Fires
Bill C. Ryan, George R. Ellis, Donald V. Lust
RP-72
RP-69
Australian toon planted in Hawaii: tree quality, growth, and stocking
Herbert L. Wick, Robert E. Nelson, Libert K. Landgraf
RP-67
Slash smoke dispersal over western Oregon...a case study
John D.Dell, Franklin R. Ward, Robert E. Lynott
RP-66
Physical characteristics of chamise as a wildland fuel
Clive M. Countryman and Charles W. Philpot
RP-55
Fire weather and fire behavior at the 1968 canyon fire
Clive M. Countryman, Morris H.McCutchan, Bill C. Ryan
RP-54
RP-51
Stratifying stand volume on non-stereo aerial photos
Robert C. Aldrich and Nancy X. Norick
RP-43
Soil wettability and wetting agents . . . our current knowledge of the problem
Leonard F. DeBano, Joseph F. Osborn, Jay S. Krammes, John Letey Jr.
RP-42
RP-40
RP-32
RP-30
Some characteristics of the three-dimensional structure of Santa Ana winds
Fosberg, Michael A., O'Dell, Clyde A., and Schroeder, Mark J.
RP-19
Mass Fires and Fire Behavior
Clive M. Countryman
RP-10
RP-5
Prediction of fire spread following nuclear explosions
Craig C. Chandler, Theodore G. Storey, Charles D.Tangren
RP-3
An analysis technique for testing log grades
Carl A. Newport and William G. O'Regan
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