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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 Rocky Mountain Forest & Range Exp. Station (RM) Pre-1963 Publications:
Station Papers (1941-1962)

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 84: Circuit for simultaneous recording of millivolt and thermocouple outputs

Research Note 83: A thermistor bridge for use with null balance recorders

Research Note 82: Growth curves for ponderosa pine in Nebraska windbreaks

Research Note 81: Removal of tamarisk reduces water-table fluctuations in central Arizona

Research Note 80: Effect of logging on understory vegetation and deer use in a ponderosa pine forest of Arizona

Research Note 79: Comandra blister rust in the central Rocky Mountains

Research Note 78: Use of natural openings in a ponderosa pine forest of Arizona by deer, elk, and cattle

Research Note 77: Activities of sheep on crested wheatgrass lambing range

Research Note 76: Erosion and sediment movement following a wildfire in a ponderosa pine forest of central Arizona

Research Note 75: Root lesion nematode infestation and control in a Plains forest tree nursery

Research Note 74: Necrotic ring spot virus content of American plum in Plains windbreaks

Research Note 73: Construction and use of glass-faced boxes to study root development of tree seedlings

Research Note 72: Recovery of vegetation following wildfire on a chaparral area in Arizona

Research Note 71: Twenty-year growth of Utah juniper in Arizona

Research Note 70: Converting basal area to volume

Research Note 69: Pulpwood volume tables for ponderosa pine in Arizona

Research Note 68: A simple device for measuring fluctuations in shallow ground-water wells

Research Note 67: Variation in measuring diameter at breast height of mature ponderosa pine

Research Note 66: Seed-size, germination dates, and survival relationships of ponderosa pine in the Southwest

Research Note 65: Guides for pruning dwarfmistletoe-infected lodgepole pine branches

Research Note 64: Guides for pruning dwarfmistletoe-infected ponderosa pine branches

Research Note 63: Volume tables for aspen in Colorado

Research Note 62: Some hydrologic influences of cabling juniper

Research Note 61: Growth inhibitors in native plants of northern Arizona

Research Note 60: Planting in beetle-killed spruce stands

Research Note 59: Dwarfmistletoe brooms and other brooms in lodgepole pine

Research Note 58: Some influences of timber cutting on snow accumulation in the Colorado Front Range

Research Note 57: Nitrogen aids plant growth on Arizona soils derived from granite and diabase

Research Note 56: Board-foot volumes of Engelmann spruce to an 8-inch top

Research Note 55: Sawing time for Arizona ponderosa pine logs

Research Note 54: Specific gravity of Arizona ponderosa pine pulpwood

Research Note 53: Production of forage preference on subalpine sheep ranges of the Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming

Research Note 52: Taper in Black Hills ponderosa pine sawtimber trees

Research Note 51: Utilization of five-stamen tamarisk by cattle

Research Note 50: Use of a root plow in clearing tamarisk stands

Research Note 49: Shrub use by sheep on seeded range

Research Note 48: Sequential sampling of Black Hills beetle populations

Research Note 47: Sequential sampling of Engelmann spruce beetle infestations in standing trees

Research Note 46: Estimating tree diameters of Arizona ponderosa pine from aerial photographs

Research Note 45: Frost heaving influences drought-hardiness of ponderosa pine seedlings

Research Note 44: Merchantable cubic-foot volume table for immature Black Hills ponderosa pine

Research Note 43: Creep and settlement in an alpine snowpack

Research Note 42: Rate of spread of dwarfmistletoe in ponderosa pine in the Southwest

Research Note 41: Growth rate of dwarfmistletoe infections in relation to the crown class of the host

Research Note 40: DDT -- a preventative control for the southwestern pine beetle

Research Note 39: Regenerating aspen by suckering in the Southwest

Research Note 38: Estimating the utilization of crested wheatgrass from counts of grazed plants

Research Note 37: Measuring trends of Black Hills beetle infestations

Research Note 36: Progress report on the rate of deterioration of beetle-killed Engelmann spruce in Colorado

Research Note 35: Beetle-killed Engelmann spruce shows promise as a raw material for particle board

Research Note 34: Effect of dates of poisoning and harvesting on peelability of Black Hills ponderosa pine

Research Note 33: Some factors affecting the results of direct-seeding ponderosa pine in the Black Hills

Research Note 32: Estimating past diameters of ponderosa pine in the Black Hills

Research Note 31 (Revised): Conversion of cubic-foot volumes of Black Hills ponderosa pine to cords

Research Note 30: Board-foot volumes of white fir to an 8-inch top

Research Note 29: Pilot test of ethylene dibromide in an oil solution for control of roundheaded pine beetle, Coconino National Forest

Research Note 28: Recovery of chaparral following burning and seeding in central Arizona

Research Note 27: Damage to advanced reproduction in clearcutting spruce-fir

Research Note 26: Preliminary guide to stand improvement in cutover stands of spruce-fir

Research Note 25: Cubic-foot volume table for immature ponderosa pine in the Black Hills

Research Note 24: Relation of time of planting to establishment of wheatgrass in northern New Mexico

Research Note 23: Chemical control of the fir engraver

Research Note 22: Effect of livestock concentration on surface-soil porosity within shelterbelts

Research Note 21: Incidence of trees infested by the Black Hills beetle

Research Note 20: A comparison of growth and mortality following cutting in old-growth mountain spruce-fir stands

Research Note 19: Decay of ponderosa pine slash in the Southwest

Research Note 18: Estimated paper consumption in nine Central Rocky Mountain and Plains states

Research Note 17: An estimate of residues at a small sawmill in the Black Hills

Research Note 16: Grading of transplants may improve initial survival of ponderosa pine in Plains windbreaks

Research Note 15: The production of charcoal from Arizona mesquite

Research Note 14: Use of ammate crystals for poisoning ponderosa pine in stand improvement

Research Note 13: A guide for marking fire-damaged ponderosa pine in the Southwest

Research Note 12: Weight gains made by range cattle while grazing summer ranges

Research Note 11: Effect of harvesting methods on reproduction in the mountain Engelmann spruce-alpine fir type

Research Note 10: Adaptability of plants for reseeding high mountain parks in western Colorado

Research Note 9: Reseeding trials in a sagebrush-pinion-juniper area in western Colorado

Research Note 8: Kill undesirable native vegetation for successful range reseeding

Research Note 7: Relation of grazing to runoff and erosion on bunchgrass ranges

Research Note 6: Merchantable height volume table for white fir (Abies concolor)

Research Note 5: Range forage species for seeding in ponderosa pine areas

Research Note 4: Cubic-foot volume table for lodgepole pine

Research Note 3: Merchantable height volume table for Engelmann spruce

Research Note 2: How long should experimental forests be calibrated?

Research Note 1: Lodgepole pine standard pole class dimensions expressed as diameters applicable to green poles and standing trees

USDA Forest Service - Rocky Mountain Research Station Publications
Publish Date: July 3, 2008
Last Modified: June 6, 2011

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