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Rocky Mountain Research Station
240 West Prospect Road
Fort Collins, CO 80526-2098

Switchboard: 970-498-1100
Fax: 970-498-1010

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Former Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (INT) Pre-1963 Publications:
Research Notes (1951-1962)

Listed in descending order by publication number. Only titles with links are available online.

PLEASE NOTE: these lists are for reference only and most titles are not available to order. Some titles are online (linked below) and others that are available will be added soon. For more information about any of the titles (i.e. author, date, etc.), copy/paste the title into the FS-INFO Online Index.

Research Note 104: Juvenile performance of hybrids between western and eastern white pine

Research Note 103: Dwarfmistletoe survey in northeastern Washington

Research Note 102: Insect-caused loss to western white pine cones

Research Note 101: Clonal variation in western white pine

Research Note 100: Specific gravity of lodgepole pine in the Intermountain Region

Research Note 99: An appraisal of logging damage to advance reproduction of ponderosa pine

Research Note 98: Severe decline in Montana christmas tree shipments

Research Note 97: The effects of intraspecific competition within mountain pine beetle broods under laboratory conditions

Research Note 96: Effectiveness of DDT for preventing infestation of green logs by the Douglas-fir beetle

Research Note 95: Revised aerial photo scale-protractor

Research Note 94: Parallax wedge improved

Research Note 93: Bar type micrometer wedge

Research Note 92: Service records on treated and untreated wood in the Intermountain West

Research Note 91: Possible application of electronic devices to forest fire detection

Research Note 90: Growth of single bitterbrush plants vs. multiple groups

Research Note 89: Infiltration in a western larch--douglas fir stand following cutting and slash treatment

Research Note 88: Appalachian scale shelter

Research Note 87: Damage to ponderosa pine plantations

Research Note 86: Estimating defoliation caused by spruce budworm from undamaged shoots

Research Note 85: Northern Rocky Mountain pole production shows small gain in 1960

Research Note 84: Can ponderosa pine in brushfields be sprayed after planting?

Research Note 83: Ten-year results of spot seeding and planting logdepole pine

Research Note 82: Montana christmas tree shipments slump in 1960

Research Note 81: High-intensity rainstorms on the Boise and Payette National Forests

Research Note 80: Effect of hydrogen peroxide on germination in three western conifers

Research Note 79: Northern Rocky Mountain pole production increased in 1959

Research Note 78: The relationship of diameter to height of attack in lodgepole pine infested by mountain pine beetle

Research Note 77: Estimating the area in logging roads by dot sampling on aerial photos

Research Note 76: Aerial volume tables for ponderosa pine type in the Rocky Mountains

Research Note 75: Dwarfmistletoe survey in Nezperce National Forest

Research Note 74: Dwarfmistletoe survey in Kaniksu National Forest

Research Note 73: An upswing in Montana's christmas tree exports

Research Note 72: Pole production in Northern Rocky Mountains slumps in 1958

Research Note 71: Site index curves for grand fir in the Inland Empire

Research Note 70: Reducing Douglas-fir beetle damage : how it can be done

Research Note 69: Symptoms of abnormal crown deterioration in western white pine stands

Research Note 68: Dwarfmistletoe survey in Coeur D'Alene National Forest

Research Note 67: Dwarfmistletoe survey in Kootenai National Forest

Research Note 66: Effects of a wildfire on mortality and growth of young ponderosa pine trees

Research Note 65: Montana christmas tree exports continue decline

Research Note 64: Techniques for evaluating log deck conditions

Research Note 63: Management of log inventories

Research Note 62: Effect of moisture content on the power required to saw logs

Research Note 61: Sampling populations of overwintering spruce budworm in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 60: Stereograms in ponderosa pine

Research Note 59: Diameter growth of young ponderosa pine trees in the Inland Empire

Research Note 58: Germinative capacity of Englemann spruce seed

Research Note 57: Production of poles in Montana, Idaho, and northeastern Washington, 1957

Research Note 56: Weather records as guides to air-drying lumber

Research Note 55: Pulpwood production in Idaho and Montana, 1956

Research Note 54: Log production in Idaho and Montana, 1956

Research Note 53: An annotated list of the diseases of western larch

Research Note 52: Montana christmas tree shipments decline in 1957

Research Note 51: The larch casebearer in Idaho : a new defoliator record for western forests

Research Note 50: Speedy scaling of low-value log-loads

Research Note 49: Northern Rocky Mountain pole production continues to climb in 1956

Research Note 48: Truck load sample scaling to adjust company scale

Research Note 47: The yellow witches' broom of subalpine fir in the Intermountain Region

Research Note 46: The comandra blister rust in lodgepole pine

Research Note 45: How many trees should be log graded to determine sales realization value

Research Note 44: A new high in Montana christmas tree shipments

Research Note 43: Suitable sulphate chemical puplmill sites in southern Idaho and western Wyoming from the standpoint of waste disposal

Research Note 42: Aspen leaf blight in the intermountain region

Research Note 41: Frosted templets aid the photo interpreter

Research Note 40: Aerial photo scale-protractors for mountainous areas

Research Note 39: A parallax wedge for mountainous areas

Research Note 38: Stocking and seedbed distribution on clean-cut lodgepole pine areas in Utah

Research Note 37: Northern Rocky Mountain pole production in 1955

Research Note 36: Combined vertical and horizontal stereograms

Research Note 35: Is sagebrush seed residual in the soil of burns or is it wind-borne?

Research Note 34: Board-foot increment on residual ponderosa pine in Montana

Research Note 33: Preliminary soil-site studies in the western white pine type

Research Note 32: Time required to prune crop trees in the western white pine type

Research Note 31: Electronic recorder as aid in aerial insect surveys

Research Note 30: Surveys and control methods of the pine butterfly during an outbreak in southern Idaho, 1953-1954

Research Note 29: Biological observations on the pine butterfly during an outbreak in southern Idaho, 1953-1954

Research Note 28: Montana christmas tree shipments drop slightly

Research Note 27: A needle cast of lodgepole pine caused by the fungus hypodermella

Research Note 26: Effects of origin and storage method on the germinative capacity of ponderosa pine seed

Research Note 25: The accuracy of stand height measurements on aerial photos in the Rocky Mountains

Research Note 24: Northern Rocky Mountain pole production in 1954

Research Note 23: Relationship between trap tree felling dates and subsequent Engelmann spruce beetle attack

Research Note 22: Preliminary report on soil-rootlet relationships to pole blight of western white pine

Research Note 21: Pulpwood production in Idaho and Montana, 1954

Research Note 20: Infiltration rates on two waterspreading projects, Davis County, Utah

Research Note 19: Thinning from below in a 60-year-old western white pine stand

Research Note 18: Early spring grazing values of four seeded species on abandoned cropland in northeast Washington

Research Note 17: Montana Christmas tree shipments reach record high

Research Note 16: Rating the 1954 fire season in Region 1 of the Forest Service

Research Note 15: Distribution of pole blight of western white pine

Research Note 14: What is an acceptable allowable error and sample size in sample log scaling or tree measuring

Research Note 13: Northern Rocky Mountain pole production in 1953

Research Note 12: Grass - cafeteria style in southwestern Montana

Research Note 11: Engelmann spruce seed dispersal into a clear-cut area

Research Note 10: Mortality of the Engelmann spruce beetle brood during the winter of 1953-1954

Research Note 9: Mortality in second-growth stands of western white pine type

Research Note 8: Viability of lodgepole pine seed after natural storage in slash

Research Note 7: Midge damage affects christmas-tree production in the Inland Empire

Research Note 6: Logging damage affects bark beetle resistance of residual ponderosa pine stands

Research Note 5: Storage and germination of Douglas-fir seed in central Idaho

Research Note 4: Effects of several chemicals on tall larkspur and associated tailcup lupine

Research Note 3: Rodent damage in ponderosa pine plantations

Research Note 2: Forage habits of mule deer during the late fall as measured by stomach content analyses

Research Note 1: Seasonal variations of crude protein and phosphorus in four range plants used for reseeding

USDA Forest Service - Rocky Mountain Research Station Publications
Publish Date: July 27, 2010
Last Modified: June 6, 2011

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