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RM-GTR-191: Effects of fire management of southwestern natural resources

Krammes, J. S., tech. coord. 1990. Effects of fire management of southwestern natural resources. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-191. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 293 p.

The proceedings is a collection of papers and posters presented at the Symposium on Effects of Fire Management of Southwestern Natural Resources held in Tucson, Arizona, November 15-17, 1988. Included are papers, poster papers and a comprehensive list of references on the effects of fire on: plant succession, cultural resources, hydrology, range and wildlife resources, soils, recreation, smoke management, and monitoring techniques pertinent to prescribed fire management in the southwestern United States.

Keywords: fire management, prescribed fire, southwestern U.S., watershed resources, cultural resources, smoke management, monitoring

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Role of Fire in the Management of Southwestern Ecosystems
Henry A. Wright
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Fire History and Climate in the Southwestern United States
Thomas W. Swetnam
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Fire Effects on Vegetation and Succession
Malcolm J. Zwolinski
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Effects of Fire on Cultural Resources
John Lissoway and Judith Propper
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Hydrologic and Water Quality Effects of Fire
Malchus B. Baker, Jr.
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Fire Effects on Grasses in Semiarid Deserts
Jerry R. Cox, F. A. lbarra-F, and M. H. Martin-R
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Effects of Fire on Wildlife in Southwestern Lowland Habitats
Carl E. Bock and Jane H. Bock
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Effects of Fire on the Soil Resource in Arizona Chaparral
Leonard F. DeBano
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Effects of Fire on Pinyon-Juniper Soils
W. Wallace Covington and Leonard F. DeBano
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Fire Effects in Southwestern Chaparral and Pinyon-Juniper Vegetation
Rex D. Pieper and Roger D. Wittie
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Increasing Habitat Diversity in Southwestern Forests and Woodlands via Prescribed Fire
Kieth E. Severson and John N. Rinne
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Fire Effects on Ponderosa Pine Soils and Their Management Implications
W. W. Covington and S. S. Sackett
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Playing with Fire: Effects of Fire in Management of Southwestern Recreation Resources
Jonathan G. Taylor
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Using Fire as a Management Tool in Southwestern Ponderosa Pine
Michael G. Harrington and Stephen S. Sackett
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Social/Political Obstacles and Opportunities in Prescribed Fire Management
Terry C. Daniel
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Smoke Management: An Emerging Profession
Peter Lahm, Douglas Fox, and Al Riebau
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Prescribed Fire Monitoring and Evaluation Activities
P. N. Omi
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Opportunities for Fire Management in the Future
Peter F. Ffolliott
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Fire History in a Small Ponderosa Pine Stand Surrounded by Chaparral
J. H. Dieterich and A. R. Hibbert
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Effects of Tebuthiuron and Fire on Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands in Southcentral New Mexico
Roger D. Wittie and Kirk C. McDaniel
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Runoff and Sediment from a Burned Sagebrush Community
J. R. Simanton, G. D. Wingate, and M. A. Weltz
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Seedbed Ecology of Lehmann Lovegrass in Relation to Fire
L. B. Sumrall, B. A. Roundy, J. R. Cox, and V. K. Winkel
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Fire Management in the Taos-Blue Lake Wilderness Area
Thomas V. Skinner
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Forest Fires in Mexico: Causes and Strategies
Luis Antonio Bojorquez-Tapia
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Impact of Fire on the Microbial Processes in Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands: Management Implications
Carole Coe Klopatek, Leonard F. DeBano, and Jeffrey M. Klopatek
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Wettability of an Arizona Chaparral Soil Influenced by Prescribed Burning
John H. Brock and Leonard F. DeBano
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Fire Effects Information System: An Aid for Fire Use in the Southwest
William C. Fischer and Nancy E. McMurray
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FIREMAP: Simulation of Fire Behavior-A GIS Supported System
Maria J. Vasconcelos, D. Phillip Guertin, and Malcolm J. Zwolinski
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Streamflow and Water Quality Responses to Preharvest Prescribed Burning in an Undisturbed Ponderosa Pine Watershed
Gerald J. Gottfried and Leonard F. DeBano
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Survival of Damaged Singleleaf Pinyon One Year After Wildfire
David R. Weise
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Fire and Forest Insect Pests
J. M. Schmid and D. L. Parker
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Interactions of Fire and Dwarf Mistletoe on Mortality of Southwestern Ponderosa Pine
Michael G. Harrington and Frank G. Hawksworth
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Selective Mortality with Prescribed Fire in Canyon Live Oak
Timothy E. Paysen and Marcia G. Narog
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Appropriate Suppression Response on the Gila National Forest
Stephan H. Servis and Janet F. Hurley
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Feedback Mechanism in a Chaparral Watershed Following Wildfire
Burchard H. Heede
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Prescribed Fire in Arizona Ponderosa Pine Forests: A 24-Year Case Study
Peter F. Ffolliot and D. Phillip Guertin
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Selected References: Fire Effects in the Southwest
L. F. DeBano, J. H. Dieterich, W. W. Covington, and M. J. Zwolinski
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Title: RM-GTR-191: Effects of fire management of southwestern natural resources
Electronic Publish Date: August 1, 2011
Last Update:
August 1, 2011

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