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

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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.

Station Paper 73: Pulp- and pulp-making opportunities in West Central Colorado

Station Paper 72: The canopy camera

Station Paper 71: Avalanche control in the starting zone (Translation of Swiss guidelines)

Station Paper 70: A study of water yield from the Santa Fe River watershed

Station Paper 69: Principal forage plants of southwestern ranges

Station Paper 68: An instrument for detecting sap movement in woody plants

Station Paper 67: Instructions for maintenance and adjustment of FW-1 water level recorders

Station Paper 66: Surface runoff and erosion in the lower chaparral zone - Arizona

Station Paper 65: The Workman Creek Experimental Watershed

Station Paper 64: Classes of ponderosa pine in New Mexico and Arizona susceptible to attack by the southwestern pine beetle and associated bark beetles

Station Paper 63: How to use the 2-index system for rating forest fire danger

Station Paper 62: Silviculture control of dwarfmistletoe on southwestern ponderosa pine

Station Paper 61: Growth of immature stands of ponderosa pine in the Black Hills

Station Paper 60: Forest industries of the Black Hills Area: South Dakota and Wyoming

Station Paper 59: Infiltration studies on ponderosa pine ranges of Colorado

Station Paper 58: Bibliography of Great Plains Forestry

Station Paper 57: Bibliography of Engelmann spruce and subalpine fir

Station Paper 56: Forest insect conditions in the Central and Southern Rocky Moutains: 1960

Station Paper 55: A study of early gully-control structures in the Colorado Front Range

Station Paper 54: A survey of effects of intentional burning on fuels and timber stands of ponderosa pine in Arizona

Station Paper 53: A test of skyline cable logging on steep slopes -- a progress report

Station Paper 52: Protect your pines ... from bark beetles

Station Paper 51: Decay of subalpine fir in Colorado

Station Paper 50: Cubic foot volume tables for Southwestern ponderosa pine

Station Paper 49: A survey of dwarfmistletoes in Arizona and New Mexico

Station Paper 48: Seed germination and seed establishement of phreatophyte species

Station Paper 47: Precipitation and streamflow of the Colorado Front Range watershed

Station Paper 46: Aerial surveys of Black Hills beetle infestation

Station Paper 45: Decay of aspen in Colorado

Station Paper 44: Precipitation and streamflow in the Black Hills

Station Paper 43: Costs of juniper control: Bulldozing vs. burning individual trees

Station Paper 42: Amount and grades of lumber from Black Hills ponderosa pine logs

Station Paper 41: Research on Black Mesa -- a progress report

Station Paper 40: Forest insect conditions in the Central Rocky Moutains

Station Paper 39: Forest insect conditions in Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas -- 1958

Station Paper 38: Half a century of research - Fort Valley Experimental Forest 1908 - 1958

Station Paper 37: Root distribution of some native trees and understory plants growing on three sites within ponderosa pine watersheds in Colorado

Station Paper 36: A preliminary report on the first year's effects of timber harvesting on water yield from a Colorado watershed

Station Paper 35: Survey of lodgepole pine dwarfmistletoe on the Roosevelt, Medicine Bow, and Bighorn National Forests

Station Paper 34: Forest insect conditions in the Central Rocky Moutains: 1957

Station Paper 33: Silvical characteristics of Plains cottonwood

Station Paper 32: Silvical characteristics of subalpine fir

Station Paper 31: Silvical characteristics of Engelmann spruce

Station Paper 30: Forest insect conditions in Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas -- 1957

Station Paper 29: Silvical characteristics of Rocky Mountain juniper

Station Paper 28: A survey of the pole resource in the Northern Black Hills

Station Paper 27: Forest insect conditions in the Central Rocky Moutains: 1956

Station Paper 26: Forest insect conditions in Arizona and New Mexico -- 1956

Station Paper 25: Estimating Engelmann spruce beetle infestations in the Central Rocky Mountains

Station Paper 24: Streamflow in relation to extent of snow cover in Central Colorado

Station Paper 23: Forest insect conditions in Arizona and New Mexico: 1955

Station Paper 22: Forest insect conditions in the Central Rocky Mountains: 1955

Station Paper 21: Management of Douglas-fir timberland in the Southwest

Station Paper 20: A survey of the pulpwood resource in the Northern Black Hills

Station Paper 19: Lumber recovery at a ponderosa pine sawmill in the Black Hills

Station Paper 18: Juniper control increases forage production on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation

Station Paper 17: Thinning ponderosa pine in the Southwest

Station Paper 16: Mortality following partial cutting in virgin lodgepole pine

Station Paper 15: Red rot of ponderosa pine in the Southwest

Station Paper 14: Dwarfmistletoe of ponderosa pine in the Southwest

Station Paper 13: Problems facing forest management in the Central Rocky Mountains

Station Paper12: Estimating utilization of Idaho fescue (Festuca Idahoensis) on cattle range by percent of plants grazed.

Station Paper 11: Control big sagebrush with chemicals and grow more grass

Station Paper 10: Range investigations, Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming (Progress Report No. 1)

Station Paper 9: Chemical control of big sagebrush in Central Wyoming

Station Paper 8: The Fraser Experimental Forest ... its work and aims

Station Paper 7: The Manitou Experimental Forest ... its work and aims

Station Paper 6: Guide for reseeding summer rangelands on Colorado's Western Slope

Station Paper 5: Design and operation of Rocky Mountain Infiltrometer

Station Paper 4: Preliminary guide to reseeding pinion-juniper lands of Western Colorado

Station Paper 3: How to reseed parks and openings in the ponderosa pine zone in Colorado

Station Paper 2: A trapezoidal flume for gaging mountain streams

Station Paper 1: Alternate clear-cut stripping in the lodgepole pine type

USDA Forest Service - Rocky Mountain Research Station Publications
Publish Date: May 22, 2008
Last Modified: June 20, 2012

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