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Rocky Mountain Research Station
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Former Rocky Mountain Forest & Range Exp. Station (RM) Publications:
Research Papers (RP)

Listed in descending order by publication number. Only titles with links are currently available online with more titles being added weekly.

RM-RP-331: Robust regression analysis of growth in basal area of natural pine stands in Georgia and Alabama, 1962-72 and 1972-82

RM-RP-330: Interactions of fire regimes and land use in the Central Rio Grande Valley

RM-RP-329: Finite population corrections of the Horvitz-Thompson estimator and their application in estimating the variance of regression estimators

RM-RP-328: Three-P cubic volume/weight scaling of Black Hills sawtimber

RM-RP-327: The extend of bias caused by substituting points in forest survey-a simulation study

RM-RP-326: Identifying changes in tree form for harvested ponderosa pine in the Black Hills

RM-RP-325: Water Chemistry of Rocky Mountain Front Range Aquatic Ecosystems

RM-RP-324: Response of aspen root suckers to regeneration methods and post-harvest protection

RM-RP-323: Evaluation of a habitat capability model for nongame birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota

RM-RP-322: Feasibility of a random quadrat study design to estimate changes in density of Mexican spotted owls.

RM-RP-321: Visitor perceptions about grazing on a Forest Service cattle allotment

RM-RP-320: Evaluating the habitat capability model for Merriam's turkeys

RM-RP-319: A Pebble Count Procedure for Assessing Watershed Cumulative Effects

RM-RP-318: High-elevation watershed response to sagebrush control in Southcentral Wyoming

RM-RP-317: Economic value of instream flow in Montana's Big Hole and Bitterroot Rivers

RM-RP-316: Variance approximations for assessments of classification accuracy

RM-RP-315: Application of the MAGIC model to the Glacier Lakes catchments

RM-RP-314: Biogeochemical fluxes in the Glacier Lakes catchment

RM-RP-313: Eddy diffusivities for sensible heat, ozone, and momentum from eddy correlation and gradient measurements

RM-RP-312: Initial growth, development, and clonal dynamics of regenerated aspen in the Rocky Mountains

RM-RP-311: Cubic foot/weight scaling of Rocky Mountain area sawtimber

RM-RP-310: Evaluating the microscopic fecal technique for estimating hard mast in turkey diets

RM-RP-309: Expected value and variance of Moran's bivariate spatial autocorrelation statistic for a permutation test

RM-RP-308: Simulation of management options for stands of southwestern ponderosa pine attacked by Armillaria root disease and dwarf mistletoe

RM-RP-307: Thinning even-aged forest stands: Behavior of singular path solutions in optimal control analyses

RM-RP-306: Sensitivity analyses of the Western Root disease model to user-specified starting parameters

RM-RP-305: Economic value of campground visits in Arizona

RM-RP-304: Analysis of standards and guidelines in a geographic information system using existing resource data

RM-RP-303: Sensitivity of the Western Root Disease Model: Inventory of root disease

RM-RP-302: ONEPHASE: A simulation program to compare 1-phase sampling strategies

RM-RP-301: Effect of prolonged drought on water relations on ponderosa pine seedlings growing in basalt and sedimentary soils

RM-RP-300: Service life of treated and untreated Black Hills ponderosa pine fenceposts

RM-RP-299: Southwestern Riparian-stream ecosystems: Research design, complexity, and opportunity

RM-RP-298: Twenty-two year results of a Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) provenance test in North Dakota

RM-RP-297: GENGYM: A variable density stand table projection system calibrated for mixed conifer and ponderosa pine stands in the Southwest

RM-RP-296: Rocky Mountain Juniper woodlands: Year-round avian habitat

RM-RP-295: A microplot method for updating loop frequency range trend data: Theoretical considerations and a computer simulation

RM-RP-294: Mixed conifer and aspen regeneration in small clearcuts within a partially harvested Arizona mixed conifer forest

RM-RP-293: Scaling of ratings: concepts and methods

RM-RP-292: Genetic variation in Great Plains Juniperus

RM-RP-291: Model-dependent and design-dependent sampling procedures- A simulation study

RM-RP-290: Sunter's pps without replacement sampling as an alternative to Poisson sampling

RM-RP-289: The net economic value of recreation on the National Forests: Twelve types of primary activity trips across nine Forest Service Regions

RM-RP-288: Verifying eddy correlation measurements of dry deposition: A study of the energy balance components of the Pawnee Grasslands

RM-RP-287: Cost, time, and benefit measures for personal use fuelwod collection in Colorado

RM-RP-286: Estimating merchantable tree volume in Oregon and Washington using stem profile models

RM-RP-285: Wildlife associated with scoria outcrops: implications for reclamation of surface-mined lands

RM-RP-284: Profile models for estimating log end diameters in the Rocky Mountain Region

RM-RP-283: Contingent valuation of a quasi-market good: An exploratory case study of federal range forage

RM-RP-282: Initial results from the Pawnee Eddy correlation system for dry acid deposition research

RM-RP-281: Native woodland habitat types of Southwestern North Dakota

RM-RP-280: Summer birds and mammals of aspen-conifer forests in West-central Colorado

RM-RP-279: Genetic variation in Eastern white pine: A 15-year test of provenances in Eastern Nebraska

RM-RP-278: Aspen sucker damage and defect in Colorado clearcut areas

RM-RP-277: Phytotoxic potential of gambel oak on ponderosa pine seed germination and initial growth

RM-RP-276: Forest vegetation of the Black Hills National Forest of South Dakota and Wyoming: a habitat type classification

RM-RP-275: Trends in streamwater chemistry and input-output balances, Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado

RM-RP-274: The potential effect of partial cutting and thinning on streamflow from the subalpine forest

RM-RP-273: Shrub-steppe habitat types of Middle Park, Colorado

RM-RP-272: Phyto-edaphic communities of the Upper Rio Puerco Watershed, New Mexico

RM-RP-271: Forest vegetation of the Medicine Bow National Forest in Southeastern Wyoming: A habitat type classification

RM-RP-270: Relationships between breeding birds and vegetation in for woodland types of the Little Missouri National Grasslands

RM-RP-269: Estimating potential engelmann spruce seed production on the Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado

RM-RP-268: Effects of thinning pole-sized lodgepole pine on understory vegetation and large herbivore activity in Central Colorado

RM-RP-267: Twenty-year performances of Scotch, European Black (Austrian), Red, and Jack Pines in Eastern Nebraska

RM-RP-266: Forest vegetation of the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests in Central Colorado: A habitat type classification

RM-RP-265: Genetic Variation in Ponderosa Pine: A 15-year Test of Provenances In The Great Plains

RM-RP-264: ASPNORM: A normal diameter distribution growth and yield model for aspen in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-RP-263: Effects of treatment and seed source on germination of eastern redcedar seed

RM-RP-262: Growth of ponderosa in thinned to different stocking levels in Northern Arizona

RM-RP-261: CITPUFF: A Gaussian Puff Model for estimating pollutant concentration in complex terrain

RM-RP-260: Modeling acreage changes in forest ownerships and cover types in the southeast

RM-RP-259: an evaluation of herbage and browse production estimators used in the 1980 RPA Assessment

RM-RP-258: Effects of clearcutting a subalpine forest in Central Colorado on wildlife habitat

RM-RP-257: Warpage of studs from young growth ponderosa pine from Northern New Mexico

RM-RP-256: Modeling forest scenic beauty: Concepts and application to ponderosa pine

RM-RP-255: Pocket gopher food habits on two disturbed forest sites in Central Arizona

RM-RP-254: Natural regeneration of Engelmann Spruce after clearcutting in the Central Rocky Mountains in relation to environmental factors

RM-RP-253: Genetic variation in blue spruce: A test of populations in Nebraska

RM-RP-252: Documentation and preliminary validation of H2ITRANS and DAYTRANS, two models for predicting transpiration and water stress in Western coniferous forests

RM-RP-251: Effects of weather and physiographic conditions on temperature and humidity in subalpine watersheds of the Fraser Experimental Forest

RM-RP-250: Ten-Year Performance of Ponderosa Pine Provenances In The Great Plains of North America

RM-RP-249: Forest vegetation of the White River National Forest in Western Colorado: A habitat type classification

RM-RP-248: Deer and elk forage production in Arizona mixed conifer forests

RM-RP-247: Wounds and decay in residual corkbark fir

RM-RP-246: Effects of commercial clearcutting of aspen on understory vegetation and wildlife habitat values in southwestern Colorado

RM-RP-245: Bird response to timber harvest in a mixed conifer forest in Arizona

RM-RP-244: The escaped fire situation: A decision analysis approach

RM-RP-243: Shelterbelt establishment and growth at a windswept Wyoming rangeland site

RM-RP-242: Determination of potential direct beam solar irradiance

RM-RP-241: Distribution of western spruce budworm egg masses on white fire and Douglas-fir

RM-RP-240: Effects of partial cutting on diseases, mortality, and regeneration of Rocky Mountain aspen stands

RM-RP-239: The economic value of improved fuels and fire behavior information

RM-RP-238: Leaf area determinations for subalpine tree species in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-RP-237: Bald eagle winter habitat on Southwestern National Forests

RM-RP-236: Green ash seed source for North Dakota

RM-RP-235: Ponderosa pine mortality resulting from a mountain pine beetle outbreak

RM-RP-234: Cord, volume, and weight relationships for small ponderosa pine trees in the Black Hills

RM-RP-233: Estimating ponderosa pine fuel moisture using National Fire-Danger Rating moisture values

RM-RP-232: Volume tables and point-sampling factors for aspen in Colorado

RM-RP-231: An Engelmann spruce seed source study in the central Rockies

RM-RP-230: Productivity equations for forest vegetation treatment projects in the Colorado Front Range

RM-RP-229: Management of lodgepole pine in even-aged stands in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-RP-228: Management of ponderosa pine in even-aged stands in the Black Hills

RM-RP-227: Lumber yield potential of aspen in the Rocky Mountains

RM-RP-226: Sterilization of dominant males will not limit feral horse populations

RM-RP-225: Management of ponderosa pine in even-aged stands in the Southwest

RM-RP-224: Taxonomy and effects of dwarf mistletoe on bristlecone pine on the San Francisco Peaks, Arizona

RM-RP-223: Ponderosa pine provenances for the Northern Great Plains

RM-RP-222: Selection and use of snags by secondary cavity-nesting birds of the ponderosa pine forest

RM-RP-221: Forest vegetation of the Routt National forest in Northwestern Colorado: A habitat type classification

RM-RP-220: Chimney Spring forest fire history

RM-RP-219: Establishment, survival, and growth of selected browse species in a ponderosa pine forest

RM-RP-218: Volume tables and point-sampling factors for ponderosa pine in the Front Range of Colorado

RM-RP-217: Management of spruce-fir in even-aged stands in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-RP-216: Numerical simulation of snow avalanche impact on structures

RM-RP-215: Carnivora food habits and habitat use on ponderosa pine forests

RM-RP-214: Rodent population densities and food habits in Arizona ponderosa pine forests

RM-RP-213: Natural fuel loadings on ponderosa in and mixed conifer forests of the Southwest

RM-RP-212: Effects of harvesting ponderosa pine on nongame bird populations

RM-RP-211: The effect of lake-based recreation and second home use on surface water quality in the Manitou Experimental Forest

RM-RP-210: Germination requirements of 19 species of arid land plants

RM-RP-209: Ecology of Arizona cottontop

RM-RP-208: Preliminary classification for the coniferous forest and woodland series of Arizona and New Mexico

RM-RP-207: A classification of spruce-fir and mixed conifer habitat types of Arizona and New Mexico

RM-RP-206: Numerical simulation of jet rod geometry for snow cornice control

RM-RP-205: numerical simulation of snow avalanche flow

RM-RP-204: Timber yield and financial return performance of the 1974 forestry incentives program

RM-RP-203: Five-year growth and development in a virgin Arizona mixed confer stand

RM-RP-202: Arizona chaparral: Plant associations and ecology

RM-RP-201: Effects of cattle grazing on ponderosa pine regeneration in Central Colorado

RM-RP-200: Seedfala and establishment of Engelmann Spruce and subalpine fir in clearcut openings in Colorado

RM-RP-199: RMYLD: computation of yield tables for even-aged and two-storied stands

RM-RP-198: Status of the Gila topminnow and its co-occurrence with mosquitofish

RM-RP-197: Habitat use by native Gambel's and Scaled Quail and released masked bobwhite quail in Southern Arizona

RM-RP-196: Conifers for single-row field windbreaks

RM-RP-195: Heat and water transport properties in conifer duff and humus

RM-RP-194: A system that measures blowing snow

RM-RP-193: Growth and decay losses in Colorado aspen

RM-RP-192: Distribution of Douglas-fir and ponderosa pine dwarf mistletoes in a virgin Arizona mixed conifer stand

RM-RP-191: Wildfire effects on a ponderosa pine ecosystem: An Arizona case study

RM-RP-190: Evaluation of ponderosa pine reforestation techniques in Central Arizona

RM-RP-189: Case study of a watershed rehabilitation project: Alkali Creek, Colorado

RM-RP-188: Soil moisture response to spraying big sagebrush: A seven-year study and literature interpretation

RM-RP-187: Forecasting the 10-hour timelag fuel moisture

RM-RP-186: Uneven-aged management of old growth Spruce-fir forests: Cutting methods and stand structure goals for the initial entry

RM-RP-185: Guidelines for minimizing spruce beetle populations in logging residuals

RM-RP-184: Bird population changes after timber harvesting of a mixed confer forest in Arizona

RM-RP-183: Avalanche dynamics: Engineering applications for land use planning

RM-RP-182: Regulation and control of cut under uneven-aged management

RM-RP-181: Weight scaling for Southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RP-180: Austrian (European Black) pine in Eastern Nebraska: A provenance study

RM-RP-179: Eastern white pine in Eastern Nebraska: A provenance study of Southern Appalachian origins

RM-RP-178: Douglas-fir in Eastern Nebraska: A provenance study

RM-RP-177: Fire Danger Rating Network Density

RM-RP-176: Alternatives analysis for multiple use management: A case study

RM-RP-175: Cost effectiveness of the 1974 Forestry Incentives Program

RM-RP-174: Computer simulation of snowmelt

RM-RP-173: Technical feasibility of producing particleboard from Black Hills ponderosa pine

RM-RP-172: Controlling frost heaving of ponderosa pine seedlings in Arizona

RM-RP-171: The long-horned wood-boring beetles of North Dakota (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)

RM-RP-170: Forest vegetation of the Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming: A habitat type classification

RM-RP-169: Gully development and control: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-168: Southwestern pine tip moth damage to ponderosa pine reproduction

RM-RP-167: Measuring landscape esthetics: the scenic beauty estimation method

RM-RP-166: Classification of quaking aspen stands in the Black Hills and Bear Lodge Mountains

RM-RP-165: Crown structure and distribution of biomass in a lodgepole pine stand

RM-RP-164: Aspen mortality in Rocky Mountain campgrounds

RM-RP-163: SWYLD2: Yield tables for even-aged and two-storied stands of southwestern ponderosa pine, including effects of dwarf mistletoe

RM-RP-162: Estimating airflow patterns over complex terrain

RM-RP-161: Management of mountain grasslands in the central Rockies: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-160: Characteristics and management of Southwestern pinyon-juniper ranges: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-159: Grazing management of ponderosa pine-bunchgrass ranges of the Central Rocky Mountains: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-158: Range management and its ecological basis in the ponderosa pine type of Arizona: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-157: Alpine range management in the Western United States-- Principles, practices, and problems

RM-RP-156: Ecology and management of Southwestern semidesert grass-shrub ranges: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-155: Range management in the chaparral type and its ecological basis: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-154: Range management in the central and Southern Rocky Mountains

RM-RP-153: Phytotoxic grass residues reduce germination and initial root growth of ponderosa pine

RM-RP-152: Heat and water vapor flux in conifer forest litter and duff: A theoretical model

RM-RP-151: Development of some young aspen stands in Arizona

RM-RP-150: Provisional tree and shrub seed zones for the Great Plains

RM-RP-149: Vegetation responses to grazing, rainfall, site condition, and mesquite control on semidesert range

RM-RP-148: A Southwestern mixed conifer plantation - Case history and observations

RM-RP-147: Logging damage to advance regeneration on an Arizona mixed conifer watershed

RM-RP-146: Stocking strategies and net cattle sales on semidesert ranges

RM-RP-145: Abert squirrel cover requirements in Southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RP-144: Red pine provenance study in Eastern Nebraska

RM-RP-143: Jack pine provenance study in Eastern Nebraska

RM-RP-142: Watershed management in the central and southern Rocky Mountains: A summary of the status of our knowledge by vegetation types

RM-RP-141: Watershed management in the Black Hills: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-140: Hydrologic relations on undisturbed and converted big sagebrush lands: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-139: Watershed management problems and opportunities for the Colorado Front Range ponderosa pine zone: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-138: Water-yield improvement from alpine areas: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-137: Watershed management in the Rocky Mountain subalpine zone: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-136: Partial cutting in old-growth lodgepole pine

RM-RP-135: Land use simulation model of the subalpine coniferous forest zone

RM-RP-134: Yield tables for managed even-aged stands of spruce-fir in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-RP-133: Simulating timber yields and hydrologic impacts resulting from timber harvest on subalpine watersheds

RM-RP-132: Multipurpose silviculture in ponderosa pine stands of the montaine zone if Central Colorado

RM-RP-131: Development of spruce-fir stands following spruce beetle outbreaks

RM-RP-130: Watershed management in Arizona's mixed confer forests: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-129: Opportunities for increasing water yields and other multiple use values on ponderosa pine forest lands

RM-RP-128: Effects of pinyon-juniper removal on natural resource products and uses in Arizona

RM-RP-127: Chaparral conversion potential in Arizona: Part II: An economic analysis

RM-RP-126: Chaparral conversion potential in Arizona - part I: Water yield response and effects on other resources

RM-RP-125: Demonstration test of inwoods pulp chip production in the Four Corners Region

RM-RP-124: Silviculture of ponderosa pine in the Black Hills: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-123: Silviculture of southwestern ponderosa pine: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-122: Silviculture of southwestern mixed conifers and aspen: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-121: Silviculture of subalpine forests in the Central and Southern Rocky Mountains: The status of our knowledge

RM-RP-120: Silviculture of Central and Southern Rocky Mountain Forests: A summary of the status of our knowledge by timber types

RM-RP-119: Effects of chaparral-to-grass conversion on wildfire suppression costs

RM-RP-118: Black Hills ponderosa pine timber: Poles, saw logs, veneer logs, stud logs, or pulp?

RM-RP-117: Management of phreatophyte and riparian vegetation for maximum multiple use values

RM-RP-116: Cost analysis of experimental treatments on ponderosa pine watersheds

RM-RP-115: Computerized preparation of timber management plans: TEVAP2

RM-RP-114: Scotch pine for the northern Great Plains

RM-RP-113: Geology of the montaine zone of Central Colorado: With emphasis on Manitou Park

RM-RP-112: Predicting avalanche intensity from weather data: A statistical analysis

RM-RP-111: Foods of the Rocky Mountain mule deer

RM-RP-110: Partial cutting in old-growth spruce-fir

RM-RP-109: Simulating changes in even-aged timber stands

RM-RP-108: Economics of containerized conifer seedlings

RM-RP-107: Hydrologic simulation model of Colorado subalpine forest

RM-RP-106: Control of dwarf mistletoe in a heavily used ponderosa pine recreation forest: Grand Canyon, Arizona

RM-RP-105: A provisional tree seed-zone and cone-crop rating system for Arizona and New Mexico

RM-RP-104: Estimating understory plant cover with rated microplots

RM-RP-103: Interpretation of trend in range condition from 3-step data

RM-RP-102: Forest stocking equations: Their development and application

RM-RP-101: Predicting fire spread in Arizona's oak chaparral

RM-RP-100: Water yield characteristics of three small watersheds in the Black Hills of South Dakota

RM-RP-99: Computer simulation of snowmelt within a Colorado subalpine watershed

RM-RP-98: Predicting softwood cutting yields by computer

RM-RP-97: Roll laminating fiber overlays on low-grade ponderosa pine lumber

RM-RP-96: Flow and channel characteristics of two high mountain streams

RM-RP-95: Volume tables and point-sampling factors for Engelmann spruce in Colorado and Wyoming

RM-RP-94: Loop-frequency as related to plant cover, herbage production, and plant density

RM-RP-93: Morphometry of three small watersheds, Black Hills, South Dakota, and some hydrologic implications

RM-RP-92A: Partial cutting practices in old-growth lodgepole pine - a field guide

RM-RP-92: Partial cutting practices in old-growth lodgepole pine

RM-RP-91: Classification of deer habitat in the ponderosa pine forest of the Black Hills, South Dakota

RM-RP-90: Sublimation of wind-transported snow - a model

RM-RP-89: Planting Engelmann spruce

RM-RP-88: Construction of an 8-mm time-lapse camera for biological research

RM-RP-87: Simulating yields of southwestern ponderosa pine stands, including effects of dwarf mistletoe

RM-RP-86: Moisture stresses in Arizona mixed conifer seedlings

RM-RP-85: Key to shelterbelt insects in the northern Great Plains

RM-RP-84: National Fire-Danger Rating System

RM-RP-83: Physical characteristics and utilization of major woodland tree species in Arizona

RM-RP-82: Veneer recovery from Black Hills ponderosa pine

RM-RP-81: Natural mortality of the western spruce budworm, Choristoneura occidentalis, in Colorado

RM-RP-80: Daily temperatures and precipitation for subalpine forest, central Colorado

RM-RP-79: Field and computer procedures for managed-stand yield tables

RM-RP-78: Scots pine in eastern Nebraska: A provenance study

RM-RP-77: Mixed conifer seedling growth in eastern Arizona

RM-RP-76A: Initial partial cutting in old-growth spruce-fir: a field guide

RM-RP-76: Initial partial cutting in old-growth spruce-fir

RM-RP-75: An experiment in modeling Rocky Mountain forest ecosystems

RM-RP-74: Determining timber conversion alternatives through computer analysis

RM-RP-73: Moisture content of laminated timbers in use in the Rocky Mountain area

RM-RP-72: Simulating yields of managed, dwarf mistletoe-infested logdepole pine stands

RM-RP-71: Vascular plants of the Black Hills of South Dakota and adjacent Wyoming

RM-RP-70: Frequency of stem features affecting quality in Arizona mixed conifers

RM-RP-69: Chaparral: 47 years later

RM-RP-68: Characteristics and processes of soil piping in gullies

RM-RP-67: Color aerial photography: a new view for range management

RM-RP-66: Real snow cover and disposition of snowmelt runoff in central Colorado

RM-RP-65: Decay of ponderosa pine sawtimber in the Black Hills

RM-RP-64: Physical properties of alpine snow as related to weather and avalanche conditions

RM-RP-63: Computer-assisted timber inventory analysis and management planning

RM-RP-62: Bending strength of panelized decking from Black Hills ponderosa pine lumber

RM-RP-61: Artillery control of avalanches along mountain highways

RM-RP-60: Runoff and erosion control by seeded and native vegetation on a forest burn: Black Hills, South Dakota

RM-RP-59: Insects and mites associated with dwarf mistletoes

RM-RP-58: Cone crops of ponderosa pine in central Arizona including the influence of abert squirrels

RM-RP-57: Evaluating product potential in standing timber

RM-RP-56: Tree and sawyer factors on costs of felling large alligator junipers

RM-RP-55: Germination and establishment of fourwing saltbush in the Southwest

RM-RP-54: Root competition between ponderosa pine seedlings and grass

RM-RP-53: Seedfall and establishment of Engelmann spruce in clearcut openings: a case history

RM-RP-52: Nocturnal air temperature on a forested mountain slope

RM-RP-51: Review and comparison of site evaluation methods

RM-RP-50: Modifications and evaluations of the evapotranspiration tent

RM-RP-49: Here's how: a guide to tree planting in the Southwest

RM-RP-48: Classification outline for snow on the ground

RM-RP-47: Major insect pests in North Dakota shelterbelts: abundance and distribution by climate and host age

RM-RP-46: Release benefits hardwoods in crowded shelterbelts

RM-RP-45: An evaluation of seeding rangeland with pellets

RM-RP-44: A literature review of the spruce, western, and 2-year-cycle budworms

RM-RP-43: Rapid computation of yield tables for managed, even-aged timber stands

RM-RP-42: Simulating the management of even-aged timber stands

RM-RP-41: Flora and vegetation of the Sierra Ancha Experimental Forest, Arizona

RM-RP-40: Conversion of gullies to vegetation-lined waterways on mountain slopes

RM-RP-39: The Great Basin tent caterpillar in New Mexico: life history, parasites, disease, and defoliation

RM-RP-38: Periodic growth of pole-sized ponderosa pine as related to thinning and selected environmental factors

RM-RP-37: Red rot in residual ponderosa pine stands on the Navajo Indian reservation

RM-RP-36: Silvicultural control of dwarf mistletoe in heavily infected stands of ponderosa pine in the Southwest

RM-RP-35: You can save your pines from . . . dwarf mistletoe

RM-RP-34: Softwood plywood production and distribution 1965

RM-RP-33: Growing stock levels in even-aged ponderosa pine

RM-RP-32: Site indexes for Engelmann spruce

RM-RP-31: Lumber production from selected Black Hills ponderosa pine

RM-RP-30: Response of tree seedlings to extended photoperiods

RM-RP-29: Site indexes for lodgepole pine, with corrections for stand density: methodology

RM-RP-28: Occurrence of stem features affecting quality in cutover southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RP-27: A vegetative key to some common Arizona range grasses

RM-RP-26: Yield tables for managed stands of lodgepole pine in Colorado and Wyoming

RM-RP-25: Indicators and associated decay of Engelmann spruce in Colorado

RM-RP-24: Site indexes for lodgepole pine, with corrections for stand density: instructions for field use

RM-RP-23: Sediment yields from high mountain watersheds, central Colorado

RM-RP-22: The Santa Rita Experimental Range: a center for research on improvement and management of semidesert rangelands

RM-RP-21: Yield tables for managed stands with special reference to the Black Hills

RM-RP-20: Design, construction, and cost of rock check dams

RM-RP-19: A manual for planning structural control of avalanches

RM-RP-18: Potential solar beam irradiation on slopes: tables for 30 degrees to 50 degrees latitude

RM-RP-17: An inventory system for multiple use evaluations

RM-RP-16: The weather and climate of a high mountain pass in the Colorado Rockies

RM-RP-15: Method of evaluating multiproduct potential in standing timber

RM-RP-14: Rotation, rest-rotation, and season-long grazing on a mountain range in Wyoming

RM-RP-13: The Beaver Creek Pilot Watershed for evaluating multiple-use effects of watershed treatments

RM-RP-12: Multipurpose prefabricated concrete check dam

RM-RP-11: Early- and late-season grazing versus season-long grazing of short-grass vegetation on the central Great Plains

RM-RP-10: New products from low-grade ponderosa pine timber

RM-RP-9: Soil-moisture fluctuations under two ponderosa pine stands in northern Arizona

RM-RP-8: Volume tables and point-sampling factors for ponderosa pine in the Black Hills

RM-RP-7: Snow avalanches along Colorado mountain highways

RM-RP-6: Volume tables and point-sampling factors for lodgepole pine in Colorado and Wyoming

RM-RP-5: Summer recreational use of selected National Forest campgrounds in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-RP-4: Habitat relations of vertebrates of the Sierra Ancha Experimental Forest

RM-RP-3: Point-sampling factors for southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RP-2: Volume, taper, and related tables for southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RP-1: Lumber grade recovery from Engelmann spruce in Colorado

USDA Forest Service - Rocky Mountain Research Station Publications
Publish Date: October 14, 2005
Last Modified: February 28, 2013

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