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RM Research Notes (RM-RN)

Publications from the former Rocky Mountain Forest & Range Exp. Station (RM) (1963-1997). Listed in descending order by publication number. Only titles with links are currently available online with more titles always being added.

RM-RN-537: Thirty-year growth and yield of a ponderosa pine plantation in Arizona

RM-RN-536: Stratification and plot selection rules: Misuses and consequences

RM-RN-535: Constructing Bald Eagle Nests With Natural Materials

RM-RN-534: Oldest Known Engelmann Spruce

RM-RN-533: Larch dwarf mistletoe not found on alpine larch

RM-RN-532: Microclimae and mountain pine beetles in two ponderosa pine stands in the Black Hills

RM-RN-531: Primary focus trees for the mountain pine beetle in the Black Hills

RM-RN-530: Natural infection of new hosts by Hemlock dwarf mistletoe

RM-RN-529: Hazard rating ponderosa pine stands for mountain pine beetles in the Black Hills

RM-RN-528: Robustness of the Point-Lne Method for monitoring basal cover

RM-RN-527: Using conditional utility models for measuring welfare

RM-RN-526: Herbicide and fire effects on leafy spruge density and seed germination

RM-RN-525: Frequencey of eternal defect and skiding damage in lodgepole pine stands in Colorado and Wyoming

RM-RN-524: Modeling initial conditions for root rot in forest stands: Random proportions

RM-RN-523: Large scale spatial patterns of conifer diseases in the Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming

RM-RN-522: Mountain pine beetle emergence from infested logs during hauling

RM-RN-521: Phloem temperatures in mountain pine beetle-infested ponderosa pine

RM-RN-520: Distribution and causes of canopy gaps in white spruce in the Black Hills

RM-RN-519: Insects emerging from lodgepole pine infected by comandra blister rust

RM-RN-518: Formulating MAXMIN objectives in National Forest Planning Models

RM-RM-517: A rain simulator for greenhouse use

RM-RN-516: Potential influences of horizontal and vertical air movement in ponderosa pine stands on mountain pine beetle dispersal

RM-RN-515: Stand density and mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in ponderosa pine stands

RM-RN-514: Effects of gibberellic acid, N-6-benzylaminopurine, and acetone on pinyon (Pinus edulis) germination

RM-RN-513: Fungi associatged with sprout mortality in aspen clearcuts in Colorado and Arizona

RM-RN-512: The effect of training block size on unsupervised classification of laandsat thematic mapper imagery

RM-RN-511: Vegetation establishment on reclaimed coal mine spoils in Northwestern New Mexico

RM-RN-510: A method for constructing site index curves from height-age measurements applied to Douglas-fir in the Southwest

RM-RN-509: Periodic annual increment in basal area and diameter growth in partial cut stands of ponderosa pine

RM-RN-508: Net precipitation within small group infestation of the Mountain Pine beetle

RM-RN-507: Natural tree regeneration after clearcutting in Arizona's ponderosa pine forests: Two long-term case studies

RM-RN-506: Runoff and sediment rates on San Mateo and Querencia soils, Rio Puerco Watershed Management Area, NM

RM-RN-505: Red turpentine beetles in partially cut stands of ponderosa pine

RM-RN-504: Upward advance, intensificasiton, and spread of dwarf mistletoe in a thinned stand of Western Larch

RM-RN-503: Red belt in lodgepole pine in the Front Range of Colorado

RM-RN-502: Modifications of the portable rocket-net capture system to improve performance

RM-RN-501: Verbenonne bubble caps ineffectaive as a preventive strategy against mountain pine beetle attacks in ponderosa pine

RM-RN-500: Comparison of moisture retention curves for representative basaltic and sedimentary soils in Arizona prepared by two methods

RM-RN-499: Vegetation strips control erosion in watersheds

RM-RN-498: Permanent plots for quantifying damage caused by western dwarf mistletoes and their spread and intensification

RM-RN-497: An integrated technique for evaluating root growth potential of tree seedlings

RM-RN-496: Frequency of external defect and skidding damage in ponderosa pine stands in the Black Hills

RM-RN-495: Does verbenone reduce mountain pine beetle attacks in susceptible stands of ponderosa pine

RM-RN-494: Production and utilization of herbaceous plants in small clearcuts in an Arizona mixed conifer forest

RM-RN-493: Containment of small group infestation of the mountain pine beetle in ponderosa pine

RM-RN-492: Fibril angle in young-growth ponderosa ine as related to site index, D.B.H., and location in tree

RM-RN-491: Number of fungal colonies required to describe species differences on reclaimed coal mine areas in New Mexico

RM-RN-490: Effect of storage temerature on germination of seeds of twenty sources of ponderosa pine

RM-RN-489: Improved procedures for installing and operating precipitaiton gages and alter shields on windswept lands

RM-RN-488: Runoff and sediment yield from two semarid sites in New Mexico's Rio Puerco Watershed

RM-RN-487: Pattern recognition - a simple model for evaluating wildlife habitat

RM-RN-486: Making artificial snow for laboratory use

RM-RN-485: Breeding birds in uncut aspen and 6- to 10-year-old clearcuts in Southwestern Colorado

RM-RN-484: A portable rocket-net system for capturing wildlife

RM-RN-483: Recording Wildlife Locations with the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) Grid System

RM-RN-482: Breeding birds and small mammals in pole-sized lodgepole pine and small inclusions of aspen in Central Colorado

RM-RN-481: Natural production potential of some Rio Puerco soils in New Mexico

RM-RN-480: Carbon dioxide evolution from an organically amended Rio Puerco soil

RM-RN-479: Effects of modified skidding rules on mixed confer advance regeneration in Arizona

RM-RN-478: Classification of the forest vegetation of Colorado by habitat type and community type

RM-RN-477: Characteristics of 1-year-old natural pinyon seedlings

RM-RN-476: Field measurement of age in quaking aspen in the central Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-475: Response of breeding birds to commercial clearcutting of aspen in Southwestern Colorado

RM-RN-474: Growth impact of the North Kaibab Pandora moth outbreak

RM-RN-473: Small mammal use of a desert riparian island and its adjacent scrub habitat

RM-RN-472: Predicting reduction of natural fuels by prescribed burning under ponderosa pine in Southeastern Arizona

RM-RN-471: Understory cover-biomass relationships in the Front Range ponderosa pine zone

RM-RN-470: Seed source influences juniper seedling survival under severe drought stress

RM-RN-469: Classification of the forest vegetation on the National Forests of Arizona and New Mexico

RM-RN-468: Feasibility of collecting firewood blocks with a small skyline

RM-RN-467: Aspen regeneration in 6- to 10-year-old clearcuts in Southwestern Colorado

RM-RN-466: Classification of the forest vegetation of Wyoming

RM-RN-465: Model-dependent sampling versus point-poisson sampling on a Colorado timber sale

RM-RN-464: Effect of a prescribed burn in ponderosa pine on inorganic nitrogen concentrations of mineral soil

RM-RN-463: Comparison of forest floor depth to loading relationships from several Arizona ponderosa pine stands

RM-RN-462: Effect of prescribed burning on soil moisture and germination of southwestern ponderosa pine seed on basaltic soils

RM-RN-461: Evaluating use of an ultrasound device to measure distances to foliar and woody targets

RM-RN-460: Vertical spread of dwarf mistletoe in thinned ponderosa in Arizona

RM-RN-459: Estimating sound seeds in ponderosa pine cones from half-face counts

RM-RN-458: Effectiveness of carbaryl and acephate in reducing damage by Petrova metallica (Busck) (Lepidoptera:Tortricidae) in ponderosa pine windbreaks

RM-RN-457: Comparability of market and nonmarket valuations of forest and rangeland outputs

RM-RN-456: Estimating past breast height diameters and bark thickness of aspen in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-455: Characteristics of snags and trees containing cavities in a Colorado conifer forest

RM-RN-454: Natural falling of beetle-killed ponderosa pine

RM-RN-453: Site index curves for aspen in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-452: Heavy fertilization increases diameter growth slightly in a 55-year-old ponderosa pine stand in Central Arizona

RM-RN-451: Diameter and basal area distributions in old-growth spruce-fir stands in Colorado

RM-RN-450: Snowpack accumulation before and after thinning a dog-hair stand of lodgepole pine

RM-RN-449: Temperature gradient weakening in snow

RM-RN-448: Vigor of ponderosa pine trees surviving mountain pine beetle attack

RM-RN-447: Distribution of fungal genera in stockpiled topsoil and coal mine spoil overburden

RM-RN-446: Instructions for using the 250 cm2 shear frame to evaluate the strength of a buried snow surface

RM-RN-445: Detecting tip mining Olethreutinae (Tortricidae) moths in the Northern and Central Great Plains with synthetic attractants

RM-RN-444: Response of soil fungi and soil and plant parameters to sewage sludge and sawdust amended coal mine spoils

RM-RN-443: Demand for commercially delivered domestic fuelwood in Colorado, 1980

RM-RN-442: Optimum temperatures for growth of Southern Rocky Mountain Engelmann spruce and Douglas-fir seedlings

RM-RN-441: The shoelace tie-down for flight line markers

RM-RN-440: Whole stand volume tables for quaking aspen in the Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-439: Survival and height growth of Norway spruce in a Southcentral Nebraska provenance trial

RM-RN-438: A modified utilization gauge for western range grasses

RM-RN-437: A profile meter for obtaining surface relief and substrate measurements in streams

RM-RN-436: Service life of treated and untreated Rocky Mountain area fenceposts: A progress report

RM-RN-435: Observations on natural regeneration in ponderosa pine following a prescribed fire in Arizona

RM-RN-434: Seed production in Southwestern ponderosa pine on a sedimentary soil

RM-RN-433: Silvicultural control of dwarf mistletoe in Southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RN-432: Distribution of Pandora moth egg masses and first stage larvae

RM-RN-431: Climate class adjustments improve accuracy of predicted fuel moisture stick values

RM-RN-430: Carbofuran applications fail to reduce damage to seeds and cones of Scotch pine in North Dakota and Nebraska

RM-RN-429: Effects of highway construction on water quality and biota in an adjacent Colorado mountain stream

RM-RN-428: Annual needle and leaf fall in an Arizona mixed conifer stand

RM-RN-427: Control of line expansion in drip irrigation systems

RM-RN-426: Seed: Seedlings ratios of Engelmann spruce after clearcutting in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-425: The Deadhorse Experiment: A field verification of the subalpine water balance model

RM-RN-424: Engelmann spruce seed dispersal in the Central Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-423: Flowering in a ponderosa pine provenance plantation in Eastern Nebraska

RM-RN-422: Responses of birds and small mammals to clearcutting in a subalpine forest in Central Colorado

RM-RN-421: Sampling larval populations of the Pandora moth

RM-RN-420: Implants and sprays for control of ponderosa pine needle miner in foliage of individual trees

RM-RN-419: Engelmann spruce seed production on the Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado

RM-RN-418: Stand, fuel, and potential fire behavior characteristics in an irregular Southeastern Arizona ponderosa pine stand

RM-RN-417: Snow accumulation and melt under various stand densities in lodgepole pine in Wyoming and Colorado

RM-RN-416: Herbage production under ponderosa pine killed by the mountain pine beetle in Colorado

RM-RN-415: Pollution indicator bacteria in stream and potable water supply of the Manitou Experimental Forest, Colorado

RM-RN-414: Effectiveness of thinning ponderosa pine stands in reducing mountain pine beetle-caused tree losses in the Black Hills- Preliminary observations

RM-RN-413: The esthetic effects of prescribed burning: A case study

RM-RN-412: Carlos Bates' dwarf mistletoe resistant ponderosa pines: A postscript after half a century

RM-RN-411: Spruce beetles in blowdown

RM-RN-410: Hail damage variation by seed source in a ponderosa pine plantation

RM-RN-409: Stream habitat improvement and native Southwestern trouts

RM-RN-408: Duration of effectiveness of carbaryl in protecting ponderosa pines from attack by mountain pine beetles

RM-RN-407: Regeneration on aspen clearcuts in Northwestern Colorado

RM-RN-406: Overcoming temperature-dependent dormancy of Southwestern ponderosa pine seed

RM-RN-405: Prescribed burning to increase mortality of Pandora moth pupae

RM-RN-404: Variation in growth of Engelmann spruce seedlings under selected temperature environments

RM-RN-403: Acephate residues in second year cones of Pinus sylvestris L. sprayed to prevent damage by Dioryctria disclusa Heinrich

RM-RN-402: Preliminary burning prescriptions for ponderosa pine fuel reductions in Southeastern Arizona

RM-RN-401: Key to large lepidopterous larvae on new foliage of Douglas-fir and true firs

RM-RN-400: A collapsible quail trap

RM-RN-399: Effects of southwestern ponderosa pine mortality on potential wood product recovery

RM-RN-398: Plant species adaptability on mine spoils, in the Southwest: a case study

RM-RN-397: Incidence of western spruce budworm parasites in New Mexico after aerial spraying with carbaryl

RM-RN-396: Effects of mountain home developments on surface water quality: a case study

RM-RN-395: Characteristics of scaled quail loafing coverts in northwest Texas

RM-RN-394: Cydia youngana (Kearfott) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) and associates in Engelmann spruce cones, Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado 1974-1977

RM-RN-393: A computer program to calculate the susceptibility of spruce-fir stands to spruce beetle outbreaks

RM-RN-392: Reducing natural ponderosa pine fuels using prescribed fire: two case studies

RM-RN-391: Some mountain pine beetle infestation characteristics in dwarf mistletoe-infected and uninfected ponderosa pine

RM-RN-390: Design and construction of a miniature solar power system to operate meteorological instruments

RM-RN-389: Woody fuel particle size and specific gravity of southwestern tree species

RM-RN-388: Development of classes for evaluating the condition of agricultural conservation program conifer plantings

RM-RN-387: Computer techniques for land management planning

RM-RN-386: Control of New Mexican locust and the effect on planted ponderosa pine in central Arizona

RM-RN-385: Risk rating guide for mountain pine beetle in Black Hills ponderosa pine

RM-RN-384: Raising bur oak in containers in greenhouses

RM-RN-383: An artificial bald eagle nest structure

RM-RN-382: A new Gila topminnow locality in southern Arizona

RM-RN-381: Constructing wooden boxes for cavity-nesting birds

RM-RN-380: A method for collecting soil-pupating Rhyacionia pine tip moths

RM-RN-379: Recovery potential of fire-damaged southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RN-378: How to build and use a light table camera mount

RM-RN-377: How to use RUN WILD data files stored on microfiche

RM-RN-376: Phenology and rate of height growth of some forbs in the southwestern ponderosa pine type

RM-RN-375: Effects of tree distribution and canopy cover on classification of ponderosa pine forest from LANDSAT-1 data

RM-RN-374: A portable irrigation system for remote sites

RM-RN-373: Aerial stand volume table for plains cottonwood in eastern Colorado

RM-RN-372: Microbial populations in undisturbed soils and coal mine spoils in semi-arid conditions

RM-RN-371: Eastern redcedar seed sources recommended for North Dakota sites

RM-RN-370: Long-term changes in cottonwoods on a grazed and an ungrazed plains bottomland in northeastern Colorado

RM-RN-369: Effects of watering treatments on germination, survival, and growth of ponderosa pine: a greenhouse study

RM-RN-368: Energy potential from central and southern Rocky Mountain timber

RM-RN-367: Mountain pine beetle infestation characteristics in ponderosa pine, Kaibab Plateau, Arizona, 1975-1977

RM-RN-366: Duration of snow accumulation increases after harvesting in lodgepole pine in Wyoming and Colorado

RM-RN-365: Key to small lepidopterous larvae in opening buds and new shoots of Douglas-fir and true firs

RM-RN-364: Food habits of coyotes in a semidesert grass-shrub habitat

RM-RN-363: Roots of lodgepole pine seedlings reach depth of only 3 to 4 inches their first season

RM-RN-362: Abert squirrel use of ponderosa pine as feed trees

RM-RN-361: The use of termites and other soil fauna to develop soils on strip mine spoils

RM-RN-360: Dead trees used by cavity-nesting birds on the Fraser Experimental Forest: a case history

RM-RN-359: Range cattle impacts on stream water quality in the Colorado Front Range

RM-RN-358: Biology and control of lilac borer in the northern Great Plains

RM-RN-357: Effects of watering treatments on germination, survival, and growth of Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir: a greenhouse study

RM-RN-356: Duration of deer forage benefits after clearcut logging of subalpine forest in Colorado

RM-RN-355: Home range and movement of five mule deer in a semidesert grass-shrub community

RM-RN-354: Estimating fuel weights of two common shrubs in Colorado lodgepole pine stands

RM-RN-353: Abert squirrels influence nutrient transfer through litterfall in a ponderosa pine forest

RM-RN-352: First bald eagle eggs collected for analysis in Arizona

RM-RN-351: Past diameters and gross volumes of plains cottonwood in eastern Colorado

RM-RN-350: Extending service intervals for drum-type meteorological instruments

RM-RN-349: Aquatic inhabitants of a mine waste stream in Arizona

RM-RN-348: Snow accumulation and melt in sprayed and undisturbed big sagebrush vegetation

RM-RN-347: Effects of watering, shading, and size of stock on survival of planted lodgepole pine

RM-RN-346: Desert rodent abundance in southern Arizona in relation to rainfall

RM-RN-345: Western wheatgrass transplants grow well on raw mine spoil

RM-RN-344: Survival of three grass species after inundation

RM-RN-343: The effects of endomycorrhizae on growth of rabbitbrush, fourwing saltbush, and corn in coal mine spoil material

RM-RN-342: Some characteristics of Arizona's mixed conifer forest floor

RM-RN-341: Estimating the least cost combination of cable yarding and tractor skidding for a timber sale area

RM-RN-340: An acoustic emissions monitoring system for avalanche snowpacks

RM-RN-339: Solar radiation measurement in northern Arizona

RM-RN-338: Lighted collars to aid night observations of mule deer

RM-RN-337: Productivity of skidders in selection cuts of southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RN-336: Effects of a prescribed fire in an Arizona ponderosa pine forest

RM-RN-335: Early field survival of bare-root, container-grown, and potted ponderosa pine seedlings in south-central Nebraska

RM-RN-334: Size and moisture content of pulp chips from living and dead Engelmann spruce and subalpine fir

RM-RN-333: Induced single-flush synchronous growth of shrub live oak

RM-RN-332: Mule deer mortality on Interstate 80 in Wyoming: causes, patterns, and recommendations

RM-RN-331: Temperatures, growth, and fall of needles on Engelmann spruce infested by spruce beetles

RM-RN-330: Cottontail responses to forest management in southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RN-329: Timber harvesting increases deer and elk use of a mixed conifer forest

RM-RN-328: Germination, survival, and growth of lodgepole pine under simulated precipitation regimes: a greenhouse study

RM-RN-327: A technique for slide preparation of aphids, scales, and insect genitalia and larvae

RM-RN-326: Site index curves for Douglas-fir in New Mexico

RM-RN-325: A "cartbench" and track system for greenhouse production of containerized tree seedlings

RM-RN-324: Production of Engelmann spruce seed, fraser experimental forest, Colorado: a 5-year progress report

RM-RN-323: Some reflections on biological studies of needle diseases

RM-RN-322: Snow damage in Arizona ponderosa pine stands

RM-RN-321: Laboratory evaluation of wax and silicone for water harvesting on coal mine spoil

RM-RN-320: Chemical properties of chaparral fuels change during preheating before flaming

RM-RN-319: Container-grown ponderosa pine seedlings respond to fertilization

RM-RN-318: Correlation between transmissivity and basal area in Arizona ponderosa pine forests

RM-RN-317: Cone maturation in ponderosa pine foliage scorched by wildfire

RM-RN-316: The influence of supplemental feed on food habits of tamed deer

RM-RN-315: Dispersing Bacillus thuringiensis for control of cankerworm in shelterbelts

RM-RN-314: Understory production not predictable form aspen basal area or density

RM-RN-313: Locating western spruce budworm egg masses with ultraviolet light

RM-RN-312: Direct seeding ponderosa pine on recent burns in Arizona1976

RM-RN-311: Insects: a guide to their collection, identification, preservation, and shipment

RM-RN-310: A new compact pollinator

RM-RN-309: Stand ratings for spruce beetles

RM-RN-308: Characteristics of the forest floor on sandstone and alluvial soils in Arizona's ponderosa pine type

RM-RN-307: Trapping, anesthetizing, and marking the Abert squirrel

RM-RN-306: Fertilizer response of alkali sacaton and fourwing saltbush grown on coal mine spoil

RM-RN-305: A tripod mount to aid in lifting heavy objects

RM-RN-304: Nutritive value of mule deer forages on ponderosa pine summer range in Arizona

RM-RN-303: Service life of treated and untreated Black Hills ponderosa pine fenceposts: a progress report

RM-RN-302: Submerged burlap strips aided rehabilitation of disturbed semiarid sites in Colorado and New Mexico

RM-RN-301: A sturdy probe for measuring deep snowdrifts

RM-RN-300: Avalanche fatalities in the United States, 1950-75

RM-RN-299: Modifications in the Malaise insect trap

RM-RN-298: Sexing large aspen tortrix pupae

RM-RN-297: Early survival and growth of ponderosa pine provenances in east-central Kansas

RM-RN-296: Carbon black increases snowmelt and forage availability on deer winter range in Colorado

RM-RN-295: Predicting frost heaving susceptibility of Arizona soils

RM-RN-294: Endomycorrhizae enhance survival and growth of fourwing saltbush on coal mine spoils

RM-RN-293: Effect of bulk density on frost heaving of six soils in Arizona

RM-RN-292: Can soil amendments aid revegetation of New Mexico coal mine spoils?

RM-RN-291: Avalanche warnings: content and dissemination

RM-RN-290: A nondestructive method of whole-tree sampling for spring cankerworm

RM-RN-289: Fumigate firewood infested with mountain pine beetle

RM-RN-288: An inexpensive truck-mounted ladder for inspecting conelet development and collecting cones

RM-RN-287: Seasonal food habits of mule deer in southeastern Wyoming

RM-RN-286: Analog temperature records from a linearized thermistor network

RM-RN-285: Regeneration on an aspen clearcut in Arizona

RM-RN-284: A sex-lure trap for Rhyacionia tip moths

RM-RN-283: Estimating breast height diameters from stump diameters for Black Hills ponderosa pine

RM-RN-282: Height-growth comparisons of some quaking aspen clones in Arizona

RM-RN-281: Nest use and home range of three Abert squirrels as determined by radio tracking

RM-RN-280: Rodent exclosures for the subalpine zone in the central Colorado Rockies

RM-RN-279: Snow accumulation and melt along borders of a strip cut in New Mexico

RM-RN-278: Five-year results of a ponderosa pine provenance study in the Black Hills

RM-RN-277: Effectiveness of systemic insecticides against the pine tip moth on ponderosa pine

RM-RN-276: Formulating conversion tables for stick-measure of Sacramento precipitation storage gages

RM-RN-275: Runoff and erosion after brush suppression on the natural drainage watersheds in central Arizona

RM-RN-274: A model for predicting erosion and sediment yield from secondary forest road construction

RM-RN-273: Identifying ponderosa pines infested with mountain pine beetles

RM-RN-272: Estimating food consumption from twigs clipped by the Abert squirrel

RM-RN-271: Velocity-head rod and current meter use in boulder-strewn mountain streams

RM-RN-270: A cultural control method for pinyon needle scale

RM-RN-269: An inexpensive chest for conducting frost-heaving experiments

RM-RN-268: Effect of heat treatment on germination of alkali sacaton

RM-RN-267: Using aerial measurements of forest overstory and topography to estimate peak snowpack

RM-RN-266: Cubic-foot volume tables for white spruce in the Black Hills

RM-RN-265: A spot seeding trial with southwestern white pine and blue spruce

RM-RN-264: Aspen sucker growing from an Engelmann spruce stump

RM-RN-263: Grafting ponderosa pine scions on the parent root system

RM-RN-262: Timing cacodylic acid treatments for control of mountain pine beetles in infested ponderosa pines

RM-RN-261: Conversion of tree-volume equations to the metric system

RM-RN-260: An automatic data acquisition and reduction system

RM-RN-259: A roundheaded pine beetle outbreak in New Mexico: associated stand conditions and impact

RM-RN-258: The independence of the point-to-point variations in windspeed and temperature in a logdepole pine stand

RM-RN-257: Mulching planted ponderosa pine seedlings in Arizona gives mixed results

RM-RN-256: A sleeved pit gage for summer precipitation

RM-RN-255: Deer use changes after root plowing in Arizona chaparral

RM-RN-254: Growth characteristics of bearberry in the Black Hills

RM-RN-253: Variations of air temperature and canopy closure in a lodgepole pine stand

RM-RN-252: Variation of windspeed with canopy cover within a lodgepole pine stand

RM-RN-251: Computer-produced timber management plans: an evaluation of program TEVAP

RM-RN-250: An emergence cage for soil-pupating Rhyacionia spp.

RM-RN-249: A literature review of timber-harvesting effects on stream temperatures: research needs for the Southwest

RM-RN-248: Seventeen-year sediment production from a semiarid watershed in the Southwest

RM-RN-247: Snowmelt lysimeters perform well in cold temperatures in central Colorado

RM-RN-246: Pressure bomb measurements indicate water availability in a southwestern riparian community

RM-RN-245: Revegetating coal mine spoils in New Mexico: a laboratory study

RM-RN-244: Bark beetle emergence cages modified for use as pit traps

RM-RN-243: Revegetating devastated sites in New Mexico with western wheatgrass transplants

RM-RN-242: Herbicides ineffective in controlling southwestern dwarf mistletoe

RM-RN-241: Engelmann spruce seedling roots reach depth of 3 to 4 inches their first season

RM-RN-240: Sagebrush control with herbicide has little effect on elk calving behavior

RM-RN-239: Soil-topographic site index for Engelmann spruce on granitic soils in northern Colorado and southern Wyoming

RM-RN-238: An enclosed weir for small streams in snow country

RM-RN-237: Procedures for using yield simulation programs for dwarf mistletoe-infested logdepole and ponderosa pine stands

RM-RN-236: Cliffrose and mountain mahogany seeds retain viability 6 years in cold storage

RM-RN-235: Judging ripeness of seeds in Black Hills ponderosa pine cones

RM-RN-234: A computer program for processing historic fire weather data for the National Fire-Danger Rating System

RM-RN-233: Winterfat fruits and seeds retain high viability 3 years in cold storage

RM-RN-232: Age of Engelmann spruce seedlings affects ability to withstand low temperature: a greenhouse study

RM-RN-231: A cost analysis of clearing a ponderosa pine watershed

RM-RN-230: Notes on weevils from trees and shrubs in North Dakota

RM-RN-229: An instrument for measuring tree crown width

RM-RN-228: A ponderosa pine needle miner in the Colorado Front Range

RM-RN-227: A centrifugal tensile tester for snow

RM-RN-226: Effects of wildfire on elk and deer use of a ponderosa pine forest

RM-RN-225: The Rocky Mountain millivolt integrator for use with solar radiation sensors

RM-RN-224: Simulated sonic boom as an avalanche trigger

RM-RN-223: Prediction of air temperature at a remote site from official weather station records

RM-RN-222: Accuracy of determining mountain pine beetle attacks in ponderosa pine utilizing pitch tubes, frass, and entrance holes

RM-RN-221: Pressure bomb measures changes in moisture stress of birchleaf mountainmahogany after partial crown removal

RM-RN-220: Mulching improves survival and growth of Cercocarpus transplants

RM-RN-219: An initial assessment of mammal damage in the forests of the Southwest

RM-RN-218: Treatment height for mountain pine beetles in Front Range ponderosa pine

RM-RN-217: Bark thickness and past diameters of Engelmann spruce in Colorado and Wyoming

RM-RN-216: Effects of soil type and watering on germination, survival, and growth of Engelmann spruce: a greenhouse study

RM-RN-215: Solar radiation affects radiant temperatures of a deer surface

RM-RN-214: Litter production by oak-mountain mahogany chaparral in central Arizona

RM-RN-213: Specific gravity variation with height in Black Hills ponderosa pine

RM-RN-212: Seasonal variation in wood permeability and stem moisture content of three Rocky Mountain softwoods

RM-RN-211: Emergence, attack densities, and seasonal trends of mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) in the Black Hills

RM-RN-210: Throughfall and stemflow relationships in second-growth ponderosa pine in the Black Hills

RM-RN-209: Development of Siberian and Dahurian larches after 10 years in North Dakota

RM-RN-208: Rearing and training deer for food habits studies

RM-RN-207: Derivation of the 1- and 10-hour timelag fuel moisture calculations for fire-danger rating

RM-RN-206: Soil water availability in an Arizona mixed conifer clearcutting

RM-RN-205: Effects of extractives on specific gravity of southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RN-204: A portable light table for field interpretation of aerial photographs

RM-RN-203: A computer program for computing streamflow volumes

RM-RN-202: Elk and deer use are related to food sources in Arizona ponderosa pine

RM-RN-201: Blue stain in Engelmann spruce trap trees treated with cacodylic acid

RM-RN-200: DAMID: a discounting analysis model for investment decisions

RM-RN-199: Moisture content calculations for the 100-hour timelag fuel in fire danger rating

RM-RN-198: Basal area growth of Arizona mixed conifer species

RM-RN-197: Geologic soil groupings for the pinyon-juniper type on National Forests in New Mexico

RM-RN-196: Processing size, frequency, and speed data from snow particle counters

RM-RN-195: Predicting scaled volume recoverable from cutover southwestern ponderosa pine stands

RM-RN-194: Western pine tip moth reduced in ponderosa pine shelterbelts by systemic insecticides

RM-RN-193: A recording gage for blowing snow

RM-RN-192: A comparison of aerial photo and ground measurements of ponderosa pine stands

RM-RN-191: Height-diameter equations for Arizona mixed conifers

RM-RN-190: Evaporation from bare soil as affected by texture and temperature

RM-RN-189: Calibrating the snow particle counter for particle size and speed

RM-RN-188: Crown competition factor (CCF) for Engelmann spruce in the central Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-187: An infrared de-icing unit for cup anemometers

RM-RN-186: Browsing preference by jackrabbits in a ponderosa pine provenance plantation

RM-RN-185: Fine herbaceous fuels in fire-danger rating

RM-RN-184: Growth of ponderosa pine, white spruce, and blue spruce under clear and red fluorescent plastic

RM-RN-183: Clearing an alligator juniper watershed with saws and chemicals: a cost analysis

RM-RN-182: Effects of watering treatments on germination, survival, and growth of Engelmann spruce: a greenhouse study

RM-RN-181: Measuring illumination within snow cover with cadmium sulfide photo resistors

RM-RN-180: Bristlecone pine - its phenology, cone maturity, and seed production in the San Francisco Peaks, Arizona

RM-RN-179: Some cone and seed characteristics of Black Hills ponderosa pine

RM-RN-178: Dispersal studies with radioactively tagged spruce beetles

RM-RN-177: Improving survival of alkali sacaton seedlings under adverse conditions

RM-RN-176: Economic value of recreation benefits determined by three methods

RM-RN-175: Distribution of dwarf mistletoe in ponderosa pine stands on the Beaver Creek Watershed, Arizona

RM-RN-174: Sequential plan for western budworm egg mass surveys in the central and southern Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-173: Fourwing saltbush can be field planted successfully

RM-RN-172: Sequential thinnings boost productivity of a ponderosa pine stand in the Black Hills of South Dakota

RM-RN-171: Mites associated with Ips and Dendroctonus in southern Rocky Mountains: with special reference to Iponemus truncatus (Acarina: Tarsonemidae)

RM-RN-170: Port-a-punch recording and computer summarization of pellet count data

RM-RN-169: Abert's squirrels prefer mature ponderosa pine

RM-RN-168: Engelmann spruce seed dispersal and seedling establishment in clearcut forest openings in Colorado: a progress report

RM-RN-167: Lindane spray effective against mountain pine beetle in the Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-166: Growing fourwing saltbush transplants for field planting

RM-RN-165: Fourwing saltbush survival after inundation

RM-RN-164: Preemergent herbicides for preparing ponderosa pine planting sites in the Southwest

RM-RN-163: Shading and other factors affect survival of planted Engelmann spruce seedlings in central Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-162: Emergence and survival of winterfat seedlings from four planting depths

RM-RN-161: Cacodylic acid field tested for control of mountain pine beetles in ponderosa pine

RM-RN-160: Storage does not affect crude protein content of forage samples

RM-RN-159: Fire stimulated aspen sprouting in a spruce-fir forest in New Mexico

RM-RN-158: Foliar moisture content of chaparral in Arizona: accounting for its variation and relating it to prescribed fires (a progress report)

RM-RN-157: Board-foot volumes to a 6-inch top for lodgepole pines in Colorado and Wyoming

RM-RN-156: Alkali sacaton seedlings: germination and survival in an agar and soil medium

RM-RN-155: Nocturnal radiation loss estimates for a forest canopy

RM-RN-154: Chemical control of the Arizona five-spined ips (Ips lecontei Sw. (Coleoptera: Scolytidae))

RM-RN-153: Pot tests indicate fertilizers can improve soils from Black Mesa in western Colorado

RM-RN-152: Measuring angles with a carpenter's folding ruler

RM-RN-151: Influence of antitranspirants on water use, growth characteristics, and relative drought resistance of ponderosa pine seedlings

RM-RN-150: Strength tests on newly fallen snow

RM-RN-149: Establishment and survival of several grasses in the sagebrush type, west-central New Mexico

RM-RN-148: Starvation in antelope with stomachs full of feed

RM-RN-147: Heated thermopile anemometer compared with sensitive-cup anemometer in natural airflow

RM-RN-146: Estimating numbers of eggs in western budworm egg masses

RM-RN-145: In vitro digestibility of alpine forages in Wyoming

RM-RN-144: Estimating defoliation of Douglas-fir and white fir by the western budworm

RM-RN-143: Assimilation chamber for measuring carbon dioxide exchange of tree seedlings in the laboratory

RM-RN-142: Assimilation chamber for outdoor measurements of photosynthesis of tree seedlings

RM-RN-141: Response of deer to alternate-strip clearcutting of lodgepole pine and spruce-fir timber in Colorado

RM-RN-140: Selective control of brush on chaparral watersheds with soil-applied fenuron and picloram

RM-RN-139: Deer and elk use of a ponderosa pine forest in Arizona before and after timber harvest

RM-RN-138: Aspen grove use by deer, elk, and cattle in southwestern coniferous forests

RM-RN-137: Incidence of sperm in emerging female mountain pine beetles: Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins (Coleoptera: Scolytidae)

RM-RN-136: Alkali sacaton seedling survival and early growth under temperature and moisture stress

RM-RN-135: Ammonium nitrate encourages decomposition of ponderosa pine needles under laboratory conditions

RM-RN-134: Effect of photoperiod at low light intensities on growth of four sedges

RM-RN-133: Volumeter for estimating quantity of conifer foliage (for expressing photosynthesis on a leaf-volume basis)

RM-RN-132: Effect of heavy late-fall precipitation on runoff from a chaparral watershed

RM-RN-131: Herbage production differs with soil in the pinyon-juniper type of Arizona

RM-RN-130: Modified tree pruner for twig sampling

RM-RN-129: The relation of precipitation to flow from Little Leroux Spring on the San Francisco Peaks, Arizona

RM-RN-128: Soil temperature variations on a semidesert habitat in southern Arizona

RM-RN-127: Some characteristics of the forest floor under ponderosa pine in Arizona

RM-RN-126: Composting ponderosa pine bark - effects of nitrogen addition and aeration

RM-RN-125: Douglas-fir beetle brood densities and infestation trends on a New Mexico study area

RM-RN-124: Observations of snowpack accumulation, melt, and runoff on a small Arizona watershed

RM-RN-123: Relationship of different forest floor layers to herbage production

RM-RN-122: The 24-inch branch as a sample unit for egg mass surveys of the western budworm

RM-RN-121: Effects of soil freezing on water yields

RM-RN-120: A shielded thermistor probe with portable instrument for measuring snowpack temperatures

RM-RN-119: Thinning, clearcutting, and reseeding affect deer and elk use of ponderosa pine forests in Arizona

RM-RN-118: Soil temperatures under forest and grassland cover types in northern New Mexico

RM-RN-117: Preliminary evaluation of small-diameter Black Hills ponderosa pine for veneer and plywood

RM-RN-116: Atmospheric humidity measurement near the snow surface

RM-RN-115: A fire prescription for consuming ponderosa pine duff

RM-RN-114: A transmitter for tracking wildlife

RM-RN-113: Species interactions of growth inhibitors in native plants of northern Arizona

RM-RN-112: Age and year of collection affect germination of winterfat seeds

RM-RN-111: Observations of snow accumulation and melt in demonstration cuttings of ponderosa pine in central Arizona

RM-RN-110: Some observations on temperature profiles of a mountain snow cover

RM-RN-109: Detrimental effect of Russian thistle on semidesert range in west-central New Mexico

RM-RN-108: Production capabilities of some upper Rio Puerco soils of New Mexico

RM-RN-107: Ponderosa pine dwarf mistletoe in relation to topography and soils on the Manitou Experimental Forest, Colorado

RM-RN-106: Freeze drying for preparing Arizona chaparral plants for energy analysis

RM-RN-105: Woodpecker feeding on Engelmann spruce beetle in windthrown trees

RM-RN-104: Insects and diseases of Siberian pea shrub (Caragana) in North Dakota, and their control

RM-RN-103: Composition, production, and site factors of some grasslands in the Black Hills of South Dakota

RM-RN-102: Engineering techniques and principles applied to soil erosion control

RM-RN-101: Natural reproduction of spruce-fir after clearcutting in strips, Fraser Experimental Forest

RM-RN-100: Effect of a watershed treatment with picloram on water quality

RM-RN-99: Soil-moisture trends after thinning and clearcutting in a second-growth ponderosa pine stand in the Black Hills

RM-RN-98: Changes in grass production on ungrazed converted chaparral

RM-RN-97: Survival and early growth of ponderosa pine planting stock in the Black Hills

RM-RN-96: Effect of seasonal stem moisture variation and log storage on weight of Black Hills ponderosa pine

RM-RN-95: Summer deferred grazing can improve deteriorated semidesert ranges

RM-RN-94: Conversion of tree heights in logs to heights in feet: Black Hills ponderosa pine

RM-RN-93: Snow accumulation and disappearance by aspect and vegetation type in the Santa Fe Basin, New Mexico

RM-RN-92: Windfall after clearcutting on Fool Creek - Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado

RM-RN-91: Hybrid poplar performance at 10 years in the Nebraska sandhills

RM-RN-90: Lessons from artificial regeneration studies in a cutover beetle-killed spruce stand in western Colorado

RM-RN-89: Phenology of Arizona fescue and mountain muhly in the northern Arizona ponderosa pine type

RM-RN-88: Veneer volume and grade recovery from ponderosa pine in the Southwest

RM-RN-87: A cylindrical screen cage for rearing bark beetles

RM-RN-86: Cost implications of camper and campground characteristics in central Colorado

RM-RN-85: Moisture-retention capacity of litter under two Arizona chaparral communities

RM-RN-84: Helicopter-applied herbicides control shrub live oak and birchleaf mountain mahogany

RM-RN-83: Herbicides for preparing ponderosa pine planting sites in the Southwest

RM-RN-82: Effect of gibberellic acid spray on seedlings of eastern redcedar, bur oak, and red oak

RM-RN-81: Percentage of filled fourwing saltbush seeds

RM-RN-80: A low-cost instrument to measure temperature or resistance accurately

RM-RN-79: Regeneration of mixed conifer clearcuttings on the Apache National Forest, Arizona

RM-RN-78: Weight and cubic-foot relationships for Black Hills ponderosa pine saw logs

RM-RN-77: Cattle diets on native and seeded ranges in the ponderosa pine zone of Colorado

RM-RN-76: Periodic mowings suppress tamarisk growth, increase forage for browsing

RM-RN-75: Pot tests of productivity and nutritive status of three alpine soils in Wyoming

RM-RN-74: Differences in herbage-timber relationships between thinned and unthinned ponderosa pine stands

RM-RN-73: Racial variation in ponderosa pine at Fort Valley, Arizona

RM-RN-72: Stocking of reproduction on spruce-fir clearcuttings in Colorado

RM-RN-71: Juniper control by individual tree burning

RM-RN-70: Ten-year growth of two sources of large grade ponderosa pine transplants in Nebraska

RM-RN-69: Height-diameter curves for tree species subject to stagnation

RM-RN-68: A site index table for aspen in the southern and central Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-67: Diurnal and seasonal fluctuations in moisture content of pinyon and juniper

RM-RN-66: Use of openings in spruce-fir forests of Arizona by elk, deer, and cattle

RM-RN-65: Effects of 3 years' grazing at different intensities on crested wheatgrass lambing range in northern new Mexico

RM-RN-64: Slash cleanup in a ponderosa pine forest affects use by deer and cattle

RM-RN-63: Use of a ponderosa pine forest in Arizona by deer, elk, and cattle

RM-RN-62: Establishment of lodgepole pine reproduction after different slash disposal treatments

RM-RN-61: Accuracy of soil moisture readings with unsealed access tubes

RM-RN-60: Grouping sites by soil management areas and topography

RM-RN-59: Height growth characteristics of Siberian elm in central Great Plains windbreaks

RM-RN-58: Water table characteristics under tamarisk in Arizona

RM-RN-57: Adaptability of forage species for pinyon-juniper sites in New Mexico

RM-RN-56: Shrub seedling regeneration after controlled burning and herbicidal treatment of dense Pringle manzanita chaparral

RM-RN-55: A prefabricated flume for gaging ephemeral streams

RM-RN-54: Gross job time studies - an efficient method for analyzing forestry costs

RM-RN-53: Snow in natural openings and adjacent ponderosa pine stands on the Beaver Creek watersheds

RM-RN-52: Determining growth of ponderosa pine in Arizona by stand projection

RM-RN-51: Explorations in the germination of sedges

RM-RN-50: The mechanism of fenuron injury to plants

RM-RN-49: Reduction of litter and shrub crowns by planned fall burning of oak-montainmahogany chaparral

RM-RN-48: Acorn yield of Gambel oak in northern Arizona

RM-RN-47: Phenology of grasses of the northern Arizona pinyon - juniper type

RM-RN-46: Snow accumulation and disappearance influenced by big sagebrush

RM-RN-45: Growth and change in structure of an aspen stand after a harvest cutting

RM-RN-44: Multiple comparison procedures

RM-RN-43: A multiple BAF angle gage

RM-RN-42: Rate and spacing in seeding crested wheatgrass in New Mexico

RM-RN-41: A survey of an intentional burn in Arizona ponderosa pine

RM-RN-40: Specific gravity of alligator juniper in Arizona

RM-RN-39: Some sprouting characteristics of five-stamen tamarisk

RM-RN-38: Shrub live oak control by root plowing

RM-RN-37: Site-index curves for young-growth ponderosa pine in northern Arizona

RM-RN-36: Watershed management in the Rocky Mountain alpine and subalpine zones

RM-RN-35: Picloram: a promising brush control chemical

RM-RN-34: Ground-cover changes in relation to runoff and erosion in west-central New Mexico

RM-RN-33: Changes in perennial grass cover following conversion from yearlong to summer-deferred grazing in west central New Mexico

RM-RN-32: Emergence period of Black Hills beetles from ponderosa pine in the central Rocky Mountains

RM-RN-31: Taper tables, bark thickness, and diameter relationships for lodgepole pines in Colorado and Wyoming

RM-RN-30: Forage production and stocking rates on southern Arizona ranges can be improved

RM-RN-29: Lumber production in Arizona and New Mexico, 1960

RM-RN-28: Knife action and storage loosen bark on ponderosa pine pulp chips

RM-RN-27: Overwintering habits of Ips lecontei Sw. and Ips confusus (Lec.) in Arizona and New Mexico

RM-RN-26: Preventing metal corrosion from emulsifiable ethylene dibromide packaged for bark beetle control

RM-RN-25: Some factors affecting germination of fourwing saltbush

RM-RN-24: Soil water storage under natural and cleared stands of alligator and Utah juniper in northern Arizona

RM-RN-23: Sawmill and logging residues from ponderosa pine trees in the Black Hills

RM-RN-22: Use of the grazed-plant method for estimating utilization of some range grasses in New Mexico

RM-RN-21: Range utilization patterns as affected by fencing and class of livestock

RM-RN-20: Root development of ponderosa pine transplants at Lincoln, Nebraska

RM-RN-19: Specific gravity of Arizona Gambel oak

RM-RN-18: Vegetation changes following the Mingus Mountain burn

RM-RN-17: Estimating number of visitors to National Forest campgrounds

RM-RN-16: Notes on the introduction of deciduous tamarisk

RM-RN-15: Controlling cane cactus with 2,4-DP

RM-RN-14: Tamper proof rain gages

RM-RN-13: Height-age curves for Austrian pine in windbreaks on loess soils of Nebraska

RM-RN-12: An inexpensive runoff plot

RM-RN-11: A seeding test with fourwing saltbush (Chamiza) in western New Mexico

RM-RN-10: Effects of rock mulch and scalping on survival of planted ponderosa pine in the Southwest

RM-RN-9: Estimating volumes and diameters at breast height from stump diameters, southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RN-8: Taper table for pole-size ponderosa pines in Arizona and New Mexico

RM-RN-7: Estimating past diameters of ponderosa pines in Arizona and New Mexico

RM-RN-6: A comparison of 16 grasses and forbs for seeding chaparral burns

RM-RN-5: Stand volume tables for immature ponderosa pine in the Black Hills

RM-RN-4: Extent of decay associated with Fomes igniarius sporophores in Colorado aspen

RM-RN-3: Heavy pruning reduces growth of southwestern ponderosa pine

RM-RN-2: An analysis and simplification of the Blaney-Criddle method for estimating evapotranspiration

RM-RN-1: Black Hills ponderosa pine susceptible to southwestern dwarf mistletoe

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