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

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RMRS Research Papers (RP)

All Research Papers (RP) printed by the Rocky Mountain Research Station listed in descending order by publication number. Only titles with links are available online.

RMRS-RP-106: Shrub succession on eight mixed-severity wildfires in western Montana, northeastern Oregon, and northern Idaho

RMRS-RP-105: Trends in snag populations in Northern Arizona mixed-conifer and ponderosa pine forests, 1997-2012

RMRS-RP-104: A study of ignition by rifle bullets

RMRS-RP-103WWW: Fuel treatments and fire severity: A meta-analysis

RMRS-RP-102WWW: Model-based time-series analysis of FIA panel data absent re-measurements

RMRS-RP-101: Response of transplanted aspen to irrigation and weeding on a Colorado reclaimed surface coal mine

RMRS-RP-100: Experimental Forests and climate change: views of long-term employees on ecological change and the role of Experimental Forests and Ranges in understanding and adapting to climate change

RMRS-RP-99: Restoration of plant cover on campsites in subalpine forests: Sawtooth Wilderness, Idaho

RMRS-RP-98: Spatial variability of wildland fuel characteristics in northern Rocky Mountain ecosystems

RMRS-RP-97WWW: Safety analysis report: A comparison of incidents from Safety Years 2006 through 2010, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station Inventory and Monitoring Program

RMRS-RP-96: Predicting fire severity using surface fuels and moisture

RMRS-RP-95: Fire effects on herbaceous plants and shrubs in the oak savannas of the Southwestern Borderlands

RMRS-RP-94: Multi scale habitat relationships of Martes americana in northern Idaho, U.S.A.

RMRS-RP-93WWW: Development and assessment of 30-meter pine density maps for landscape-level modeling of mountain pine beetle dynamics

RMRS-RP-92: Photo-based estimators for the Nevada photo-based inventory

RMRS-RP-91: The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness: Examining changes in use, users, and management challenges

RMRS-RP-90: Ecological associations, dispersal ability, and landscape connectivity in the northern Rocky Mountains

RMRS-RP-89: Detrimental soil disturbance associated with timber harvest systems on National Forests in the Northern Region

RMRS-RP-88: Response of ponderosa pine stands to pre-commercial thinning on Nez Perce and Spokane Tribal forests in the Inland Northwest, USA

RMRS-RP-87: Understory vegetation data quality assessment for the Interior West Forest and Inventory Analysis program

RMRS-RP-86: Fire effects on tree overstories in the oak savannas of the Southwestern Borderlands Region

RMRS-RP-85: The 2002 Rodeo-Chediski Wildfire's impacts on southwestern ponderosa pine ecosystems, hydrology, and fuels

RMRS-RP-84: Toward Gleasonian landscape ecology: From communities to species, from patches to pixels

RMRS-RP-83: Evaluating indices that measure departure of current landscape composition from historical conditions

RMRS-RP-82WWW: Height-age relationships for regeneration-size trees in the northern Rocky Mountains, USA

RMRS-RP-81: Recursive restriction estimation: an alternative to post-stratification in surveys of land and forest cover

RMRS-RP-80WWW: Coarse woody debris assay in northern Arizona mixed-conifer and ponderosa pine forests

RMRS-RP-79: Dynamic phenotypic plasticity in photosynthesis and biomass patterns in Douglas-fir seedlings

RMRS-RP-78: Response of six non-native plant species to wildfires in the northern Rocky Mountains, USA

RMRS-RP-77: Three years of hillslope sediment yields following the Valley Complex fires, western Montana

RMRS-RP-76: Approaches to predicting potential impacts of climate change on forest disease: an example with Armillaria root disease

RMRS-RP-75: Historical wildfire impacts on ponderosa pine tree overstories: An Arizona case study

RMRS-RP-74: Vegetative characteristics and relationships in the oak savannas of the Southwestern Borderlands

RMRS-RP-73: Response of Douglas-fir advance regeneration to overstory removal

RMRS-RP-72WWW: Estimating canopy cover in forest stands used by Mexican spotted owls: Do stand exam routines provide estimates comparable to field-based techniques?

RMRS-RP-71: Wilderness visitors, experiences, and management preferences: How they vary with use level and length of stay

RMRS-RP-70: Surface fuel litterfall and decomposition in the northern Rocky Mountains, U.S.A.

RMRS-RP-69: Age structure and expansion of piñon-juniper woodlands: a regional perspective in the Intermountain West

RMRS-RP-68: The influence of partial cutting on mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in Black Hills ponderosa pine stands

RMRS-RP-67CD: Vegetation and soil effects from prescribed, wild, and combined fire events along a ponderosa pine and grassland mosaic

RMRS-RP-66WWW: Modeling snag dynamics in northern Arizona mixed-conifer and ponderosa pine forests

RMRS-RP-65WWW: Soil vital signs: A new Soil Quality Index (SQI) for assessing forest soil health

RMRS-RP-64: A different time and place test of ArcHSI: A spatially explicit habitat model for elk in the Black Hills

RMRS-RP-63: Changes in the motivations, perceptions, and behaviors of recreation users: Displacement and coping in wilderness

RMRS-RP-62WWW: A descriptive analysis of change in eligibility status for the USDA Forest Service Economic Recovery Program

RMRS-RP-61CD: Development and evaluation of the photoload sampling technique

RMRS-RP-60: Comparison of combinations of sighting devices and target objects for establishing circular plots in the field

RMRS-RP-59: Mesquite removal and mulching impacts on herbage production on a semidesert grass-shrub rangeland

RMRS-RP-58: Comparison of crown fire modeling systems used in three fire management applications

RMRS-RP-57WWW: Dietary overlap between sympatric Mexican spotted and great horned owls in Arizona

RMRS-RP-56WWW: A survey of potential bald eagle nesting habitat along the Great Lakes shoreline

RMRS-RP-55: Wildland fire effects in silviculturally treated vs. untreated stands of New Mexico and Arizona

RMRS-RP-54: Mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in partially cut plots surrounded by unmanaged stands

RMRS-RP-53: Reforestation trials and secondary succession with three levels of overstory shade in the Grand Fir Mosaic ecosystem

RMRS-RP-52: Montana logging utilization, 2002

RMRS-RP-51: Refinement of the Arc-Habcap model to predict habitat effectiveness for elk

RMRS-RP-50: Wood wastes and residues generated along the Colorado Front Range as a potential fuel source

RMRS-RP-49: Sound recordings of road maintenance equipment on the Lincoln National Forest, New Mexico

RMRS-RP-48: Transpiration and multiple use management of thinned Emory oak coppice

RMRS-RP-47: Roles of woody root-associated fungi in forest ecosystem processes: recent advances in fungal identification

RMRS-RP-46WWW: Assessing soil compaction on Forest Inventory & Analysis phase 3 field plots using a pocket penetrometer

RMRS-RP-45: Evaluating Great Lakes bald eagle nesting habitat with Bayesian inference

RMRS-RP-44: A field protocol to monitor cavity-nesting birds

RMRS-RP-43: A 20-year recount of bird populations along a Great Basin elevational gradient

RMRS-RP-42: Growth of lodgepole pine stands and its relation to mountain pine beetle susceptibility

RMRS-RP-41: Reestablishing natural succession on acidic mine spoils at high elevations: Long-term ecological restoration

RMRS-RP-40: Countering misinformation concerning big sagebrush

RMRS-RP-39: Detecting swift fox: smoked-plate scent stations versus spotlighting

RMRS-RP-38: Vegetative characteristics of swift fox denning and foraging sites in southwestern South Dakota

RMRS-RP-37: Opportunities for making wood products from small diameter trees in Colorado

RMRS-RP-36: Frequency of comandra blister rust infection episodes on lodgepole pine

RMRS-RP-35: Dynamics of a pinyon-juniper stand in northern Arizona: a half-century history

RMRS-RP-34: Stripcut-thinning of ponderosa pine stands: An Arizona case study

RMRS-RP-33: Snowpack-runoff relationships for mid-elevation snowpacks on the Workman Creek watersheds of Central Arizona

RMRS-RP-32: Wood use in Colorado at the turn of the twenty-first century

RMRS-RP-31: Day users in wilderness: how different are they?

RMRS-RP-30: Solar treatments for reducing survival of mountain pine beetle in infested ponderosa and lodgepole pine logs

RMRS-RP-29: Assessing crown fire potential by linking models of surface and crown fire behavior

RMRS-RP-28: Small mammals in successional prairie woodlands of the Northern Great Plains

RMRS-RP-27WWW: First-year postfire and postharvest soil temperatures in aspen and conifer stands

RMRS-RP-26: Mountain pine beetle attack in ponderosa pine: Comparing methods for rating susceptibility

RMRS-RP-25: Building consensus: legitimate hope or seductive paradox?

RMRS-RP-24: Environmental characteristics of the Grand Fir mosaic and adjacent habitat types

RMRS-RP-23: Bird habitat relationships along a Great Basin elevational gradient

RMRS-RP-22: Heavy thinning of ponderosa pine stands: an Arizona case study

RMRS-RP-21: Optimum timeframes for detecting songbird vocalizations in the Black Hills

RMRS-RP-20: Stream channel responses to streamflow diversion on small streams of the Snake River rainage, Idaho

RMRS-RP-19: Habitat capability model for birds wintering in the Black Hills, South Dakota

RMRS-RP-18: Runoff and sediment yield from proxy records: upper Animas Creek Basin, New Mexico

RMRS-RP-17: Service life of fence posts treated by double-diffusion methods

RMRS-RP-16: Competitive effects of bluebunch wheatgrass, crested wheatgrass, and cheatgrass on antelope bitterbrush seedling emergence and survival

RMRS-RP-15: Wilderness educators' evaluation of the impact monster program

RMRS-RP-14: Monitoring inter-group encounters in wilderness

RMRS-RP-13: Characteristics of endemic-level mountain pine beetle populations in south-central Wyoming

RMRS-RP-12: Alkalinity generation in snowmelt and rain runoff during short distance flow over rock

RMRS-RP-11: Responses of cavity-nesting birds to stand-replacement fire and salvage logging in ponderosa pine/Douglas-fir forests of southwestern Idaho

RMRS-RP-10: Comparing manager and visitor perceptions of llama use in wilderness

RMRS-RP-9: Fire behavior associated with the 1994 South Canyon Fire on Storm King Mountain, Colorado

RMRS-RP-8: Native woodlands and birds of South Dakota: past and present

RMRS-RP-7: Double sampling for stratification: a forest inventory application in the Interior West

RMRS-RP-6: Weighted linear regression using D2H and D2 as the independent variables

RMRS-RP-5: Fuel reduction in residential and scenic forests: A comparison of three treatments in a western Montana ponderosa pine stand

RMRS-RP-4: FARSITE: Fire Area Simulator - model development and evaluation

RMRS-RP-3: Tracking elk hunters with the Global Positioning System

RMRS-RP-2: A nonparametric analysis of plot basal area growth using tree based models

RMRS-RP-1: Vegetation of the Glacier Lakes Ecosystem Experiments Site

USDA Forest Service - Rocky Mountain Research Station Publications
Last Modified: June 29, 2016

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