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Former Northern Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (NRM) Pre-1963 Publications:
Research Notes (1940-1954)

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 137: Montana Christmas tree shipments again hit 3-million mark in 1953

Research Note 136: 1952 log production for lumber and veneer

Research Note 135: Pulpwood production in 1952

Research Note 134: A test of borax control of goatweed

Research Note 133: Performance of several forage species on newly burned lodgepole pine sites

Research Note 132: Site index changes in western white pine forests

Research Note 131: Effect of squirrels on the supply of ponderosa pine seed

Research Note 130: Pole production in 1952

Research Note 129: Western larch and Douglas-fir seed dispersal into clearcutting

Research Note 128: Growth of ponderosa pine on best sites

Research Note 127: Infiltration on a timber and a burn site in northern Idaho

Research Note 126: Relative humidity and fire behavior in logging slash

Research Note 125: Chipping takes the hazard out of logging slash

Research Note 124: Inflammability of the current year's logging slash

Research Note 123: Factors that determine spring runoff in the northern Rocky Mountains

Research Note 122: Factors contributing to the 1953 floods in the vicinity of Great Falls, Montana

Research Note 121: Logging damage increases under heavy cutting of second-growth ponderosa pine

Research Note 120: Strip sample versus circular plots for measuring mortality

Research Note 119: Forage species and planting season for reseeding cleared and abandonded ponderosa pine areas in northeastern Washington

Research Note 118: Beef production on mountain summer ranges

Research Note 117: Montana christmas tree shipments down in 1952

Research Note 116: Some observations on a white-tailed deer winter range in Idaho

Research Note 115: Forage plants in a Montana high altitude nursery

Research Note 114: Comparative effect of seed treatments upon seedling emergence in seven browse species

Research Note 113: Western white pine stands show irregular growth pattern

Research Note 112: Pole production in 1951

Research Note 111: New equipment for the 3-step method

Research Note 110: A vigor classification for mature western white pine trees in the Inland Empire

Research Note 109: Will 2,4-D control sierra larkspur?

Research Note 108: Spot seeding on a broadcast burned lodgepole pine clear cutting

Research Note 107: Montana ships over three million christmas trees again in 1951

Research Note 106: Promising forage species and seasons for reseeding northeastern Washington

Research Note 105: White-tailed deer browsing on natural conifer seedlings

Research Note 104: Suggestions for manufacture and operation of a six-inch infiltrometer ring

Research Note 103: Lumber production approaches all-time record for Northern Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 102: Forest fire - thunderstorm: knockout combination for watersheds

Research Note 101: Pole production down in 1950

Research Note 100: Correction of burning index for the effects of altitude, aspect, and time of day

Research Note 99: Natural regeneration of lodgepole pine on seedbeds created by clear cutting and slash diposal

Research Note 98: Response of Wyethia to 2, 4-D

Research Note 97: Forage species and seasons for reseeding foothill range lands in northeastern Washington

Research Note 96: Suitability of western larch for veneer and plywood production

Research Note 95: Results of seeding germinated western white pine seed

Research Note 94: Relation between the consumption of round timber and the production of ore in the metal mines of the Northern Rockies

Research Note 93: Importance and causes of timber mortality in eastern Montana forests

Research Note 92: Snow damage in a pole stand of western white pine

Research Note 91: Crested wheatgrass grazing values

Research Note 90: 1950 pulpwood production drops

Research Note 89: White-tailed deer browsing on ponderosa pine plantations

Research Note 88: How fast is timber growing in eastern Montana?

Research Note 87: Lignin for golf greens and other horticultural uses

Research Note 86: Montana christmas tree shipments drop slightly

Research Note 85: The profit in pruning western white and ponderosa pine

Research Note 84: Pulpwood cutting continues to increase

Research Note 83: Pole production gains in 1949

Research Note 82: Montana christmas tree shipments high again

Research Note 81: Can we induce prompt regeneration in selectively-cut ponderosa pine stands

Research Note 80: Consumption of ponderosa pine seed by small mammals

Research Note 79: Dispersal and survivial of seed in a partially-cut ponderosa pine stand

Research Note 78: Growth in understocked and overstocked western white pine stands

Research Note 77: Recommendations for poisoning western hemlock

Research Note 76: A tin can infiltrometer with improvised baffle

Research Note 75: Lumber production tops 24-year record in Northern Region

Research Note 74: Pole production down in 1948

Research Note 73: Pulpwood production on the increase

Research Note 72: Minimum rate fire insurance

Research Note 71: Christmas tree shipments increase

Research Note 70: Thirty-nine years' growth in a cut-over larch stand

Research Note 69: Specifications for western larch peeler logs

Research Note 68: Specifications for knotty western white pine veneer flitches

Research Note 67: Cottonwood railway ties test completed

Research Note 66: A preliminary classification of tree vigor for western larch and douglas-fir trees in western Montana

Research Note 65: What caused "blight" on Christmas trees in the northern Rockies in 1947?

Research Note 64: Comparative marketability of pine and mixed species in the inland empire

Research Note 63: Composition and stocking of the young stand 35 years after a selective cutting in ponderosa pine

Research Note 62: Pole production continued upward in 1947

Research Note 61: Protection of rustic finishes against mold attacks

Research Note 60: Effect of bark growth in measurement of periodic growth of individual trees

Research Note 59: Christmas tree shipments drop 24 percent

Research Note 58: Early results from thinning seed spots

Research Note 57: What is the right cutting cycle for ponderosa pine?

Research Note 56: The effects on mammals of DDT used in forest insect control in the northern Rocky Mountains

Research Note 55: The growth rate of selectively cut ponderosa pine in western montana

Research Note 54: 1946: a peak year in pole production

Research Note 53: Lumber production gains in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 52: Seeding grass by airplane on western Montana's burned-over timberlands

Research Note 51: Test of hemlock railroad ties completed

Research Note 50: Montana christmas tree production highest on record

Research Note 49: 1945 lumber production in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 48: Observations on deer and hunters in the Fisher River District, Montana

Research Note 47: Estimating light intensity in residual stands in advance of cutting

Research Note 46: Results of direct seeding ponderosa pine

Research Note 45: Pruning wound healing on western white pine and ponderosa pines

Research Note 44: Direct seeding western white pine: fifth-year results

Research Note 43: Improving composition in young western white pine stands

Research Note 42: Fifth-year results of direct seeding with western redcedar and engelman spruce

Research Note 41: How heavily should western white pine be pruned?

Research Note 40: Christmas tree production in western Montana in 1945

Research Note 39: Conversion of standard pole classes to tree diameters in lodgepole pine

Research Note 38: Seeding crested wheatgrass on cheatgrass land

Research Note 37: Christmas tree production in western Montana in 1944

Research Note 36: Critical fire season indicated for 1945 in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 35: Slash burns well at B. I. 10 to 20

Research Note 34: Christmas tree production in Western Montana in 1943

Research Note 33: Reseeding abandoned farm lands to crested wheatgrass will increase range capacity

Research Note 32: Salt-bonemeal mixture used by breeding cows on short-grass ranges during four summer and three winter seasons

Research Note 31: The application of sample log scaling in Region one

Research Note 30: Christmas tree production in western Montana in 1942

Research Note 29: Preliminary 1942 log prices in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 28: Chemical fireproofing of cured grass

Research Note 27: Better production from shortgrass ranges through conservative sheep grazing

Research Note 26: Earlier marketing of range cows: is this a desirable range management practice?

Research Note 25: A discussion of hygrographs

Research Note 24: New facts on lightning

Research Note 23: Preliminary 1941 log prices in the Northen Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 22: Cattle production increased on northern Great Plains ranges under conservative stocking

Research Note 21: Results of direct seeding of western redcedar and Engelmann spruce in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 20: Results of direct seeding of ponderosa pine in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 19: Christmas tree production in western Montana in 1941

Research Note 18: Direct seeding of western white pine using poisons for rodent control

Research Note 17: Volume distribution in ponderosa pine trees

Research Note 16: Determining tree D.B.H. from stump measurements

Research Note 15: Preliminary 1940 log prices in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 14: Production of lumber, lath, and shingles in Idaho and Montana, 1940

Research Note 13: Character of the 1940 fire season in Region One

Research Note 12: Christmas tree production in western Montana in 1940

Research Note 11: Employment per unit of forest product

Research Note 10: Comparison of intensive versus limited forest fire control action

Research Note 9: Range calf production as affected by grazing intensity

Research Note 8: Production of lumber and timber products in Idaho and Montana, 1939

Research Note 7: Preliminary 1939 log prices in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region

Research Note 6: Second-year results of direct-seeding experiments in the white pine type using screens for rodent control

Research Note 5: The use of western red cedar in reforestation by direct seeding

Research Note 4: Effects of cleaning in a reproduction stand of western white pine and associates

Research Note 3: Early effects of thinning pure ponderosa pine in western Montana

Research Note 2: Christmas tree production in western Montana, 1939

Research Note 1: Successful forestation by direct seeding using poisons for rodent control

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

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