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RMRS General Technical Reports (RMRS-GTR)

Listed in descending order by publication number.

RMRS-GTR-394: Riparian ecosystems of the Salmon-Challis National Forest: An assessment of current conditions in relation to the natural range of variability

RMRS-GTR-393: Differing ponderosa pine forest structures, their growth and yield, and mountain pine beetle impacts: Growing stock levels in the Black Hills

RMRS-GTR-392: Cross-boundary wildfire and community exposure: A framework and application in the western U.S.

RMRS-GTR-391: FIRE-BIRD: A GIS-based toolset for applying habitat suitability models to inform land management planning

RMRS-GTR-390: Guidelines for aspen restoration in Utah with applicability to the Intermountain West

RMRS-GTR-389: Science framework for conservation and restoration of the sagebrush biome: Linking the Department of the Interior’s Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy to long-term strategic conservation actions

RMRS-GTR-388: Multispecies mesocarnivore monitoring: USDA Forest Service multiregional monitoring approach

RMRS-GTR-387: Common native forbs of the northern Great Basin important for Greater Sage-grouse

RMRS-GTR-386: Riparian ecosystems of the Manti-La Sal National Forest: An assessment of current conditions in relation to natural range of variability

RMRS-GTR-385: Modeling historical range of variability and alternative management scenarios in the upper Yuba River watershed

RMRS-GTR-384: Biological assessment of oil and gas development on the Little Missouri National Grassland

RMRS-GTR-383: Socioeconomic vulnerability to ecological changes to national forests and grasslands in the Southwest

RMRS-GTR-382: Rangelands on the Edge: Quantifying the modification, fragmentation, and future residential development of U.S. rangelands

RMRS-GTR-381: To masticate or not: Useful tips for treating forest, woodland, and shrubland vegetation

RMRS-GTR-380: Soil disturbance recovery on the Kootenai National Forest, Montana

RMRS-GTR-379: Proactive limber pine conservation strategy for the Greater Rocky Mountain National Park Area

RMRS-GTR-378: Riparian and wetland ecosystems of the Ashley National Forest: An assessment of current conditions in relation to natural range of variation

RMRS-GTR-377: Riparian research and management: Past, present, future: Volume 1

RMRS-GTR-376: Climate change vulnerability assessment of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems in the U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region

RMRS-GTR-375: Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in the Intermountain Region [Part 1]
RMRS-GTR-375: Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in the Intermountain Region [Part 2]

RMRS-GTR-374: Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in the Northern Rocky Mountains [Part 1]
RMRS-GTR-374: Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in the Northern Rocky Mountains [Part 2]

RMRS-GTR-373: Principles and practices for the restoration of ponderosa pine and dry mixed-conifer forests of the Colorado Front Range

RMRS-GTR-372: Fire patterns in piñon and juniper land cover types in the Semiarid Western United States from 1984 through 2013

RMRS-GTR-371: The Rothermel surface fire spread model and associated developments: A comprehensive explanation

RMRS-GTR-370: Physical and chemical characteristics of surface fuels in masticated mixed-conifer stands of the U.S. Rocky Mountains

RMRS-GTR-369: Fens and their rare plants in the Beartooth Mountains, Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming

RMRS-GTR-368: Developing a monitoring program for bird populations in the Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona, using citizen observers: Initial stages

RMRS-GTR-367: The National Riparian Core Protocol: A riparian vegetation monitoring protocol for wadeable streams of the conterminous United States

RMRS-GTR-366: Assessment of aspen ecosystem vulnerability to climate change for the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache and Ashley National Forests, Utah

RMRS-GTR-365: Visualization of heterogeneous forest structures following treatment in the southern Rocky Mountains

RMRS-GTR-364: Climate change and wildfire effects in aridland riparian ecosystems: An examination of current and future conditions

RMRS-GTR-363: How to generate and interpret fire characteristics charts for the U.S. fire danger rating system

RMRS-GTR-362: Assessment of watershed vulnerability to climate change for the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache and Ashley National Forests, Utah

RMRS-GTR-361: Restoring whitebark pine ecosystems in the face of climate change

RMRS-GTR-360: Science framework for conservation and restoration of the sagebrush biome: Linking the Department of the Interior’s Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy to long-term strategic conservation actions. Part 1. Science basis and applications

RMRS-GTR-359: Description of the General Equilibrium Model of Ecosystem Services (GEMES)

RMRS-GTR-358: Production rates for United States Forest Service brush disposal planning in the northern Rocky Mountains

RMRS-GTR-357: Mapping wilderness character in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

RMRS-GTR-356: Using resilience and resistance concepts to manage threats to sagebrush ecosystems, Gunnison sage-grouse, and Greater sage-grouse in their eastern range: A strategic multi-scale approach

RMRS-GTR-355: A protocol for collecting environmental DNA samples from streams

RMRS-GTR-354: Development and use of a commercial-scale biochar spreader

RMRS-GTR-353: Mountain pine beetles: A century of knowledge, control attempts, and impacts central to the Black Hills

RMRS-GTR-352: Riparian fuel treatments in the western USA: Challenges and considerations

RMRS-GTR-351: Ecohydrologic impacts of rangeland fire on runoff and erosion: A literature synthesis

RMRS-GTR-350: Risk management: Core principles and practices, and their relevance to wildland fire

RMRS-GTR-349: Risk terminology primer: Basic principles and a glossary for the wildland fire management community

RMRS-GTR-348: Conservation and restoration of sagebrush ecosystems and sage-grouse: An assessment of USDA Forest Service Science

RMRS-GTR-347: Foundational literature for moving native plant materials in changing climates

RMRS-GTR-346: Classification and description of world formation types

RMRS-GTR-345: Ecological types of the eastern slope of the Wind River Range, Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming

RMRS-GTR-344: Nevada Photo-Based Inventory Pilot (NPIP) resource estimates (2004-2005)RMRS-GTR-343: Vulnerability of cattle production to climate change on U.S.

RMRS-GTR-342: Forest root diseases across the United States

RMRS-GTR-341: Impact of biomass harvesting on forest soil productivity in the northern Rocky Mountains

RMRS-GTR-340: Keeping it wild 2: An updated interagency strategy to monitor trends in wilderness character across the National Wilderness Preservation System

RMRS-GTR-339: Northern goshawk and its prey in the Black Hills: Habitat assessment

RMRS-GTR-338: A field guide for rapid assessment of post-wildfire recovery potential in sagebrush and pinon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin: Evaluating resilience to disturbance and resistance to invasive annual grasses and predicting vegetation response

RMRS-GTR-337: Strengthening syntheses on fire: Increasing their usefulness for managers

RMRS-GTR-336: Results From the 2014 National Wilderness Manager Survey

RMRS-GTR-335: Diseases of trees in the Great Plains

RMRS-GTR-334: Wildcat5 for Windows, a rainfall-runoff hydrograph model: user manual and documentation

RMRS-GTR-333: Resistance-surface-based wildlife conservation connectivity modeling: Summary of efforts in the United States and guide for practitioners

RMRS-GTR-332: Species richness and variety of life in Arizona’s ponderosa pine forest type

RMRS-GTR-331: Climate, snowpack, and streamflow of Priest River Experimental Forest, revisited

RMRS-GTR-330: Framework for Springs Stewardship Program and proposed action development: Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest

RMRS-GTR-329: National FIA plot intensification procedure report

RMRS-GTR-328: Key concepts and methods in social vulnerability and adaptive capacity

RMRS-GTR-327: Private forests, housing growth, and America’s water supply: A report from the Forests on the Edge and Forests to Faucets Projects

RMRS-GTR-326: Using resistance and resilience concepts to reduce impacts of invasive annual grasses and altered fire regimes on the sagebrush ecosystem and greater sage-grouse: A strategic multi-scale approach

RMRS-GTR-325: Historical and current fire management practices in two wilderness areas in the southwestern United States: The Saguaro Wilderness Area and the Gila-Aldo Leopold Wilderness Complex

RMRS-GTR-324: Freshwater resources in designated wilderness areas of the United States: A state-of-knowledge review

RMRS-GTR-323: Photographic guidance for selecting flow resistance coefficients in high-gradient channels

RMRS-GTR-322: A field guide for selecting the most appropriate treatment in sagebrush and pinon-juniper ecosystems in the Great Basin: Evaluating resilience to disturbance and resistance to invasive annual grasses, and predicting vegetation response

RMRS-GTR-321: A landscape scale valley confinement algorithm: Delineating unconfined valley bottoms for geomorphic, aquatic, and riparian applications

RMRS-GTR-320: Projecting climate change in the United States: A technical document supporting the Forest Service RPA 2010 Assessment

RMRS-GTR-319: Climate-FVS Version 2: Content, users guide, applications, and behavior

RMRS-GTR-318: Logging utilization in Idaho: Current and past trends

RMRS-GTR-317: Multi-agency Oregon Pilot: Working towards a national inventory and assessment of rangelands using onsite data

RMRS-GTR-316: Review of climate change impacts on future carbon stores and management of warm deserts of the United States

RMRS-GTR-315: A wildfire risk assessment framework for land and resource management

RMRS-GTR-314: A simple protocol using underwater epoxy to install annual temperature monitoring sites in rivers and streams

RMRS-GTR-313: Effectiveness of post-fire Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) road treatments: Results from three wildfires

RMRS-GTR-312: Desert Experimental Range: Annotated bibliography

RMRS-GTR-311: Regional and forest-level estimates of carbon stored in harvested wood products from the United States Forest Service Northern Region, 1906-2010

RMRS-GTR-310: Restoring composition and structure in Southwestern frequent-fire forests: A science-based framework for improving ecosystem resiliency

RMRS-GTR-309: Review and recommendations for climate change vulnerability assessment approaches with examples from the Southwest

RMRS-GTR-308: A review of fire effects on vegetation and soils in the Great Basin Region: response and ecological site characteristics

RMRS-GTR-307: Production and aerial application of wood shreds as a post-fire hillslope erosion mitigation treatment

RMRS-GTR-306: Vulnerability of species to climate change in the Southwest: terrestrial species of the Middle Rio Grande

RMRS-GTR-305: Great Basin Experimental Range: Annotated bibliography

RMRS-GTR-304: The Southern Nevada Agency Partnership Science and Research Synthesis: Science to support land management in Southern Nevada - Executive Summary

RMRS-GTR-303: The Southern Nevada Agency Partnership Science and Research Synthesis: Science to support land management in Southern Nevada

RMRS-GTR-302: Vulnerability of species to climate change in the Southwest: threatened, endangered, and at-risk species at Fort Huachuca, Arizona

RMRS-GTR-301: Protocolo Nacional para la Evaluacion de Disturbios en Suelos Forestales; Volumen II: Metodos complementarios, estadística y recoleccion de datos

RMRS-GTR-300: Changing conditions on wilderness campsites: Seven case studies of trends over 13 to 32 years

RMRS-GTR-299: Wildfire, wildlands, and people: understanding and preparing for wildfire in the wildland-urban interface - a Forests on the Edge report

RMRS-GTR-298: Decision making for wildfires: A guide for applying a risk management process at the incident level

RMRS-GTR-297: Incident Management Organization succession planning stakeholder feedback

RMRS-GTR-296: Wildlife population and harvest trends in the United States: a technical document supporting the Forest Service 2010 RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-295: Vulnerability of U.S. water supply to shortage: a technical document supporting the Forest Service 2010 RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-294: Management guide to ecosystem restoration treatments: two-aged lodgepole pine forests of central Montana, USA

RMRS-GTR-293: Wildlife-associated recreation trends in the United States: a technical document supporting the Forest Service 2010 RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-292: A comprehensive guide to fuel management practices for dry mixed conifer forests in the northwestern United States

RMRS-GTR-291: Synthesis of Upper Verde River research and monitoring 1993-2008

RMRS-GTR-290: Climate change, forests, fire, water, and fish: Building resilient landscapes, streams, and managers

RMRS-GTR-289: Fourmile Canyon Fire Findings

RMRS-GTR-288: A synoptic review of U.S. rangelands: a technical document supporting the Forest Service 2010 RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-287: Measuring water and sediment discharge from a road plot with a settling basin and tipping bucket

RMRS-GTR-286: Historical range of variation assessment for wetland and riparian ecosystems, U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region

RMRS-GTR-285: Climate change in grasslands, shrublands, and deserts of the interior American West: a review and needs assessment

RMRS-GTR-284: Vulnerability of species to climate change in the Southwest: threatened, endangered, and at-risk species at the Barry M. Goldwater Range, Arizona

RMRS-GTR-283: Fish and other aquatic resource trends in the United States: a technical document supporting the Forest Service 2010 RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-282: Assessing the water needs of riparian and wetland vegetation in the western United States

RMRS-GTR-281: The Geomorphic Road Analysis and Inventory Package (GRAIP) Volume 2: Office Procedures

RMRS-GTR-280: The Geomorphic Road Analysis and Inventory Package (GRAIP) Volume 1: Data Collection Method

RMRS-GTR-279: A range-wide restoration strategy for whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis)

RMRS-GTR-278: USDA Forest Service national protocols for sampling air pollution-sensitive waters

RMRS-GTR-277: Climate projections FAQ

RMRS-GTR-276: Social, cultural, and economic aspects of livestock ranching on the Santa Fe and Carson National Forests

RMRS-GTR-275: Nonmarket economic values of forest insect pests: An updated literature review

RMRS-GTR-274: Raising native plants in nurseries: basic concepts

RMRS-GTR-273: An assessment of climate change and the vulnerability of wildlife in the Sky Islands of the Southwest

RMRS-GTR-272: Future scenarios: a technical document supporting the Forest Service 2010 RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-271: Hydrologic processes in the pinyon-juniper woodlands: A literature review

RMRS-GTR-270: The Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory: A 50-year dedication to understanding wildlands and fire

RMRS-GTR-269: Threats to western United States riparian ecosystems: A bibliography

RMRS-GTR-268: SIMPPLLE, version 2.5 user's guide

RMRS-GTR-267: Validating visual disturbance types and classes used for forest soil monitoring protocols

RMRS-GTR-266: Modeling wind adjustment factor and midflame wind speed for Rothermel's surface fire spread model

RMRS-GTR-265: Rocky Mountain Research Station invasive species visionary white paper

RMRS-GTR-264: Climate change on the Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming: a synthesis of past climate, climate projections, and ecosystem implications

RMRS-GTR-263: High resolution interpolation of climate scenarios for the conterminous USA and Alaska derived from general circulation model simulations

RMRS-GTR-262: A comparative risk assessment framework for wildland fire management: the 2010 cohesive strategy science report

RMRS-GTR-261: Multicentury fire and forest histories at 19 sites in Utah and eastern Nevada

RMRS-GTR-260: A qualitative and quantitative analysis of risk perception and treatment options as related to wildfires in the USDA FS Region 3 National Forests

RMRS-GTR-259: Moderate-scale mapping methods of aspen stand types: a case study for Cedar Mountain in southern Utah

RMRS-GTR-258: Geomorphology, hydrology, and ecology of Great Basin meadow complexes - implications for management and restoration

RMRS-GTR-257: A System for Assessing Vulnerability of Species (SAVS) to Climate Change

RMRS-GTR-256: Status and ecology of Mexican spotted owls in the Upper Gila Mountains recovery unit, Arizona and New Mexico

RMRS-GTR-255: The FireBGCv2 landscape fire and succession model: a research simulation platform for exploring fire and vegetation dynamics

RMRS-GTR-254: The national tree-list layer

RMRS-GTR-253: How to generate and interpret fire characteristics charts for surface and crown fire behavior

RMRS-GTR-252: Review of fuel treatment effectiveness in forests and rangelands and a case study from the 2007 megafires in central, Idaho, USA

RMRS-GTR-251: Risk of impaired condition of watersheds containing National Forest lands

RMRS-GTR-250: Climate change, aquatic ecosystems, and fishes in the Rocky Mountain West: implications and alternatives for management

RMRS-GTR-249: BehavePlus fire modeling system, version 5.0: Design and Features

RMRS-GTR-248: Lake and bulk sampling chemistry, NADP, and IMPROVE air quality data analysis on the Bridger-Teton National Forest (USFS Region 4)

RMRS-GTR-247: Numerical visitor capacity: a guide to its use in wilderness

RMRS-GTR-246: Monitoring ruffed grouse in the Black Hills: Protocol and user's manual for the occupancy spreadsheet program

RMRS-GTR-245: The Forest Inventory and Analysis Database: Database description and users manual version 4.0 for Phase 2

RMRS-GTR-244: Forestry-based biomass economic and financial information and tools: An annotated bibliography

RMRS-GTR-243: Field guide for mapping post-fire soil burn severity

RMRS-GTR-242: A visual training tool for the Photoload sampling technique

RMRS-GTR-241: Field guide to diseases & insects of the Rocky Mountain Region

RMRS-GTR-240: Post-fire treatment effectiveness for hillslope stabilization

RMRS-GTR-239: Complex sample survey estimation in static state-space

RMRS-GTR-238: Mitigating old tree mortality in long-unburned, fire-dependent forests: a synthesis

RMRS-GTR-237: The Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project (SageSTEP): a test of state-and-transition theory

RMRS-GTR-236: Retrospective fire modeling: Quantifying the impacts of fire suppression

RMRS-GTR-235: Wildfire risk and hazard: procedures for the first approximation

RMRS-GTR-234: A framework to evaluate proposals for scientific activities in wilderness

RMRS-GTR-233: Vascular plants and a brief history of the Kiowa and Rita Blanca National Grasslands

RMRS-GTR-232: Management guide to ecosystem restoration treatments: Whitebark pine forests of the northern Rocky Mountains, U.S.A.

RMRS-GTR-231: Cumulative watershed effects of fuel management in the western United States

RMRS-GTR-230: U.S. Forest Service Region 1 Lake Chemistry, NADP, and IMPROVE air quality data analysis

RMRS-GTR-229: Fuel treatments, fire suppression, and their interaction with wildfire and its impacts: the Warm Lake experience during the Cascade Complex of wildfires in central Idaho, 2007

RMRS-GTR-228: A synthesis of postfire road treatments for BAER teams: methods, treatment effectiveness, and decisionmaking tools for rehabilitation

RMRS-GTR-227: Coexisting with fire: Ecosystems, people, and collaboration

RMRS-GTR-226: Sediment transport primer: estimating bed-material transport in gravel-bed rivers

RMRS-GTR-225: Field guide for identifying fuel loading models

RMRS-GTR-224: A watershed-scale monitoring protocol for bull trout

RMRS-GTR-223: Manual for computing bed load transport using BAGS (Bedload Assessment for Gravel-bed Streams) Software

RMRS-GTR-222: Nevada Photo-Based Inventory Pilot (NPIP) photo sampling procedures

RMRS-GTR-221: The Northeastern area's objectives and beliefs responses regarding forests and grasslands: 2004 survey results

RMRS-GTR-220: Guidebook on LANDFIRE fuels data acquisition, critique, modification, maintenance, and model calibration

RMRS-GTR-219: Population and harvest trends of big game and small game species: a technical document supporting the USDA Forest Service Interim Update of the 2000 RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-218: Managing Gambel oak in southwestern ponderosa pine forests: the status of our knowledge

RMRS-GTR-217: Applying the concept of wilderness character to national forest planning, monitoring, and management

RMRS-GTR-216: An enquiry into the method of paired comparison: reliability, scaling, and Thurstone's Law of Comparative Judgment

RMRS-GTR-215: Soil compaction monitoring of the Pool Timber Sale, Rio Grande National Forest, Colorado, 16 years after logging

RMRS-GTR-214: Crossdated fire histories (1650-1900) from ponderosa pine-dominated forests of Idaho and western Montana

RMRS-GTR-213: BehavePlus fire modeling system, version 5.0: Variables

RMRS-GTR-212: Keeping it wild: an interagency strategy to monitor trends in wilderness character across the National Wilderness Preservation System

RMRS-GTR-211: Geographic patterns of at-risk species: A technical document supporting the USDA Forest Service Interim Update of the 2000 RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-210: The American public's objectives and beliefs regarding forests and grasslands: 2004 survey results

RMRS-GTR-209: A review of disease related conflicts between domestic sheep and goats and bighorn sheep

RMRS-GTR-208: Death of an ecosystem: perspectives on western white pine ecosystems of North America at the end of the twentieth century

RMRS-GTR-207: Colorado River cutthroat trout: a technical conservation assessment

RMRS-GTR-206: Options for the management of white pine blister rust in the Rocky Mountain Region

RMRS-GTR-205: Assessing post-fire values-at-risk with a new calculation tool

RMRS-GTR-204: Collaborative management and research in the Great Basin - examining the issues and developing a framework for action

RMRS-GTR-203: Riparian buffer design guidelines for water quality and wildlife habitat functions on agricultural landscapes in the Intermountain West

RMRS-GTR-202: Fire ecology and management of the major ecosystems of southern Utah

RMRS-GTR-201: Using social science to understand and improve wildland fire organizations: an annotated reading list

RMRS-GTR-200: National Fire Plan Research and Development 2004-2005 accomplishment report

RMRS-GTR-199: Assessing post-fire Douglas-fir mortality and Douglas-fir beetle attacks in the northern Rocky Mountains

RMRS-GTR-198: A comprehensive guide to fuels treatment practices for ponderosa pine in the Black Hills, Colorado Front Range, and Southwest

RMRS-GTR-197: Photographic handbook for comparing burned and unburned sites within a dry forested and grassland mosiac: a tool for communication, calibration, and monitoring post-fire effects

RMRS-GTR-196: More than a scenic mountain landscape: Valles Caldera National Preserve land use history

RMRS-GTR-195: A history of forest entomology in the Intermountain and Rocky Mountain areas, 1901 to 1982

RMRS-GTR-194 Research agenda for integrated landscape modeling

RMRS-GTR-193: Value and challenges of conducting rapid response research on wildland fires

RMRS-GTR-192: Nomographs for estimating surface fire behavior characteristics

RMRS-GTR-191: Guidelines for using bedload traps in coarse-bedded mountain streams: Construction, installation, operation, and sample processing

RMRS-GTR-190: The photoload sampling technique: estimating surface fuel loadings from downward-looking photographs of synthetic fuelbeds

RMRS-GTR-189: A tutorial on the piecewise regression approach applied to bedload transport data

RMRS-GTR-188: Erosion Risk Management Tool (ERMiT) user manual (version 2006.01.18)

RMRS-GTR-187: Accomplishing and applying National Fire Plan research and development from 2001-2005

RMRS-GTR-186: Forest descriptions and photographs of forested areas along the breaks of the Missouri River in eastern Montana, USA

RMRS-GTR-185: Vegetation and soil restoration on highly impacted campsites in the Eagle Cap Wilderness, Oregon

RMRS-GTR-184: Building a research legacy -- The Intermountain Station 1911-1997

RMRS-GTR-183: Guidance on spatial wildland fire analysis: models, tools, and techniques

RMRS-GTR-182: Collaborative capacity, problem framing, and mutual trust in addressing the wildland fire social problem: An annotated reading list

RMRS-GTR-181: Forest Inventory and Analysis National Data Quality Assessment Report for 2000 to 2003RMRS-GTR-180: Arc Habitat Suitability Index computer software

RMRS-GTR-179: NDVI and Derived Image Data: 1989-2005 [DVD only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-178: Ecology, biodiversity, management, and restoration of aspen in the Sierra Nevada

RMRS-GTR-177: Wood plenty, grass good, water none: Vegetation changes in Arizona's upper Verde River watershed from 1850 to 1997

RMRS-GTR-176: Prehistory and early history of the Malpai Borderlands: Archaeological synthesis and recommendations

RMRS-GTR-175: The LANDFIRE Prototype Project: nationally consistent and locally relevant geospatial data for wildland fire management

RMRS-GTR-174: Strategies for conserving native salmonid populations at risk from nonnative fish invasions: tradeoffs in using barriers to upstream movement

RMRS-GTR-173: Wildlife and invertebrate response to fuel reduction treatments in dry coniferous forests of the Western United States: a synthesis

RMRS-GTR-172: Photo series for quantifying forest residues in managed lands of the Medicine Bow National Forest

RMRS-GTR-171: Simulating historical landscape dynamics using the landscape fire succession model LANDSUM version 4.0

RMRS-GTR-170: Establishment record for the Wellner Cliffs Research Natural Area

RMRS-GTR-169: Responses of plant communities to grazing in the southwestern United States

RMRS-GTR-168: Simulating biophysical environment for gradient modeling and ecosystem mapping using the WXFIRE program: Model documentation and application [DVD only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-167: Pathology Collection of the Rocky Mountain Research Station

RMRS-GTR-166: Nonparametric projections of forest and rangeland condition indicators: A technical document supporting the 2005 USDA Forest Service RPA Assessment Update

RMRS-GTR-165: A spline model of climate for the Western United States

RMRS-GTR-164: FIREMON: Fire effects monitoring and inventory system

RMRS-GTR-163: Fire Effects Planning Framework: A user's guide

RMRS-GTR-162: PACFISH/INFISH Biological Opinion (PIBO): Effectiveness Monitoring Program seven-year status report 1998 through 2004

RMRS-GTR-161: Strategies for monitoring terrestrial animals and habitats

RMRS-GTR-160: Survey responses from the Intermountain West: Are we achieving the public's objectives for forests and rangelands?

RMRS-GTR-159: Survey responses from Region 9: Are we achieving the public's objectives for forests and rangelands?

RMRS-GTR-158: Survey responses from Region 8: Are we achieving the public's objectives for forests and rangelands?

RMRS-GTR-157: Survey responses from Region 5: Are we achieving the public's objectives for forests and rangelands?

RMRS-GTR-156: Survey responses from Region 3: Are we achieving the public's objectives for forests and rangelands?

RMRS-GTR-155: Colorado Front Range fuel photo series

RMRS-GTR-154: Beginnings of range management: an anthology of the Sampson-Ellison photo plots (1913 to 2003) and a short history of the Great Basin Experiment Station

RMRS-GTR-153: Standard fire behavior fuel models: a comprehensive set for use with Rothermel's surface fire spread model

RMRS-GTR-152: Regional data to support biodiversity assessments: terrestrial vertebrate and butterfly data from the Southwest

RMRS-GTR-151: Monitoring selected conditions related to wilderness character: a national framework

RMRS-GTR-150: Measuring stream temperature with digital data loggers: a user's guide

RMRS-GTR-149: A strategic assessment of forest biomass and fuel reduction treatments in Western States

RMRS-GTR-148: Winter Movements and Range Use of Radio-marked Mexican Spotted Owls: An Evaluation of Current Management Recommendations

RMRS-GTR-147: WinXSPRO, a channel cross section analyzer, User's Manual, Version 3.0

RMRS-GTR-146: Changing times at the Rocky Mountain Forest & Range Experiment Station: Station history from 1976 to 1997

RMRS-GTR-145: Stereo photo guide for estimating canopy fuel characteristics in conifer stands

RMRS-GTR-144: Big sagebrush: A sea fragmented into lakes, ponds, and puddles

RMRS-GTR-143: Computer simulation modeling of recreation use: Current status, case studies, and future directions

RMRS-GTR-142: Assessment of native species and ungulate grazing in the Southwest: Terrestrial wildlife

RMRS-GTR-141: Root diseases in coniferous forests of the Inland West: potential implications of fuels treatments

RMRS-GTR-140: Historic range of variability for upland vegetation in the Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming

RMRS-GTR-139: Historic range of variability for upland vegetation in the Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming

RMRS-GTR-138: Repeatability of riparian vegetation sampling methods: how useful are these techniques for broad-scale, long-term monitoring?

RMRS-GTR-137: Managing the unexpected in prescribed fire and fire use operations: a workshop on the High Reliability Organization

RMRS-GTR-136: Restoring Western Ranges and Wildlands, vol. 3

RMRS-GTR-136: Restoring Western Ranges and Wildlands, vol. 2

RMRS-GTR-136: Restoring Western Ranges and Wildlands, vol. 1

RMRS-GTR-135: Assessment of grassland ecosystem conditions in the Southwestern United States: Wildlife and fish. Vol. 2

RMRS-GTR-135: Assessment of grassland ecosystem conditions in the Southwestern United States. Vol. 1

RMRS-GTR-134: Interspecific and intraspecific variation in Picea engelmannii and its congeneric cohorts: biosystematics, genecology, and climate change

RMRS-GTR-133: Guide to Identification of Bankfull Stage in the Northeastern United States [CD Only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-132: Postfire mortality of ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir: a review of methods to predict tree death

RMRS-GTR-131: Sediment transport data and related information for selected coarse-bed streams and rivers in Idaho

RMRS-GTR-130: Vascular plant species of the Comanche National Grassland in southeastern Colorado

RMRS-GTR-129: History of the Priest River Experiment Station

RMRS-GTR-128: Quantifying Channel Maintenance Instream Flows: An Approach for Gravel-Bed Streams in the Western United States

RMRS-GTR-127: xploring information needs for wildland fire and fuels management

RMRS-GTR-126: Statistical techniques for sampling and monitoring natural resources

RMRS-GTR-125: Fourwing saltbush (Atriplex canescens) seed transfer zones

RMRS-GTR-124: Revisiting the southern pine growth decline: Where are we 10 years later?

RMRS-GTR-123: Fleas and lice of mammals in New Mexico

RMRS-GTR-122: Testing common stream sampling methods for broad-scale, long-term monitoring

RMRS-GTR-121: Guide to effective monitoring of aquatic and riparian resources

RMRS-GTR-120: Science basis for changing forest structure to modify wildfire behavior and severity

RMRS-GTR-119: A review of the Forest Service Remote Automated Weather Station (RAWS) network

RMRS-GTR-118: Field guide to forest plants of northern Idaho [CD Only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-117: Wilderness visitors and recreation impacts: baseline data available for twentieth century conditions

RMRS-GTR-116: The Fire and Fuels Extension to the Forest Vegetation Simulator

RMRS-GTR-115: Hayman Fire Case Study: Summary

RMRS-GTR-114: Hayman Fire Case Study

RMRS-GTR-113: Economic, social, and cultural aspects of livestock ranching on the Española and Canjilon Ranger Districts of the Santa Fe and Carson National Forests: a pilot study

RMRS-GTR-112: Forest Service programs, authorities, and relationships: A technical document supporting the 2000 USDA Forest Service RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-111: United States state-level population estimates: Colonization to 1999

RMRS-GTR-110: Identification and ecology of old ponderosa pine trees in the Colorado Front Range

RMRS-GTR-109: Field guide to old ponderosa pines in the Colorado Front Range

RMRS-GTR-108: Accuracy assessment of percent canopy cover, cover type, and size class

RMRS-GTR-107: Statistical strategy for inventorying and monitoring the ecosystem resources of the Mexican States of Jalisco and Colima at multiple scales and resolution levels

RMRS-GTR-106: BehavePlus fire modeling system, version 4.0: User's Guide

RMRS-GTR-105: Coarse woody debris: Managing benefits and fire hazard in the recovering forest

RMRS-GTR-104: Indicators of rangeland health and functionality in the Intermountain West

RMRS-GTR-103: Lichen communities indicator results from Idaho: baseline sampling

RMRS-GTR-102: Management and techniques for riparian restorations: roads field guide, vol. II

RMRS-GTR-102: Management and techniques for riparian restorations: roads field guide, vol. I

RMRS-GTR-101: Landscape dynamics and forest management [CD Only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-100: Santa Rita Experimental Range digital database: user's guide

RMRS-GTR-99: Stopover ecology of landbirds migrating along the middle Rio Grande in spring and fall

RMRS-GTR-98: Mistletoes of North American conifers

RMRS-GTR-97: Ecology, siliviculture, and management of Black Hills ponderosa pine

RMRS-GTR-96: Users guide to the Most Similar Neighbor Imputation Program Version 2

RMRS-GTR-95: Survey results of the American public's values, objectives, beliefs, and attitudes regarding forests and grasslands: A technical document supporting the 2000 USDA Forest Service RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-94: Silt fences: An economical technique for measuring hillslope soil erosion

RMRS-GTR-93: Silt Happens: Gathering Erosion Data [CD Only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-92: Integrating ecosystem sampling, gradient modeling, remote sensing, and ecosystem simulation to create spatially explicit landscape inventories

RMRS-GTR-91: Cascading effects of fire exclusion in the Rocky Mountain ecosystems: a literature review

RMRS-GTR-90: The nature of flow and sediment movement in Little Granite Creek near Bondurant, Wyoming

RMRS-GTR-89: Arid and semiarid land stewardship: A 10-year review of accomplishments and contributions of the lnternational Arid Lands Consortium

RMRS-GTR-88: Recovery history of greenback cutthroat trout: population characteristics, hatchery involvement, and bibliography, version 1.0

RMRS-GTR-87: Development of coarse-scale spatial data for wildland fire and fuel management

RMRS-GTR-86: Using terrestrial ecosystem survey data to identify potential habitat for the Mexican spotted owl on National Forest System lands: a pilot study

RMRS-GTR-85: Riparian and wetland plant community types of the Shoshone National Forest

RMRS-GTR-84: A field guide for forest indicator plants, sensitive plants, and noxious weeds of the Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming

RMRS-GTR-83: Guide to the willows of Shoshone National Forest

RMRS-GTR-82: Projected use of grazed forages in the United States: 2000 to 2050: A technical document supporting the 2000 USDA Forest Service RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-81: Mechanisms of range expansion and removal of mesquite in desert grasslands of the Southwestern United States

RMRS-GTR-80: GIS applications to wilderness management: potential uses and limitations

RMRS-GTR-79: Linking wilderness research and management-volume 5. Understanding and managing backcountry recreation impacts on terrestrial wildlife: an annotated reading list

RMRS-GTR-79: Linking wilderness research and management-volume 4. Understanding and managing invasive plants in wilderness and other natural areas: an annotated reading list

RMRS-GTR-79: Linking wilderness research and management-volume 3. Recreation fees in wilderness and other public lands: an annotated reading list

RMRS-GTR-79: Linking wilderness research and management-volume 2. Defining, managing, and monitoring wilderness visitor experiences: an annotated reading list

RMRS-GTR-79: Linking wilderness research and management-volume 1. Wilderness fire restoration and management: an annotated reading list

RMRS-GTR-78: An ecological characterization of the Greater Yellowstone Area [CD Only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-77: High mountain lake Research Natural Areas in Idaho

RMRS-GTR-76: Models of vegetation change for landscape planning: a comparison of FETM, LANDSUM, SIMPPLLE, and VDDT

RMRS-GTR-75: Forest Health Monitoring in the Interior West: A baseline summary of forest issues, 1996-1999

RMRS-GTR-74: Sampling surface and subsurface particle-size distributions in wadable gravel-and cobble-bed streams for analyses in sediment transport, hydraulics, and streambed monitoring

RMRS-GTR-73: Physiological attributes of 11 Northwest conifer species

RMRS-GTR-72: Benefit transfer of outdoor recreation use values: A technical document supporting the Forest Service Strategic Plan (2000 revision)

RMRS-GTR-71: Watershed management contributions to land stewardship: A literature review

RMRS-GTR-70: Monitoring wilderness stream ecosystems

RMRS-GTR-69: Research Natural Areas on National Forest System lands in Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, and Western Wyoming: A guidebook for scientists, managers, and educators

RMRS-GTR-68: Rangeland resource trends in the United States: A technical document supporting the 2000 USDA Forest Service RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-67: FireFamily Plus user's guide, Version 2.0

RMRS-GTR-66: Annual design-based estimation for the annualized inventories of forest inventory and analysis: sample size determination

RMRS-GTR-65: FireWorks curriculum featuring ponderosa, lodgepole, and whitebark pine forests

RMRS-GTR-64: Constructing temporary sampling platforms for hydrologic studies

RMRS-GTR-63: Evaluating the effectiveness of postfire rehabilitation treatments

RMRS-GTR-62: Assessment and response to bark beetle outbreaks in the Rocky Mountain area

RMRS-GTR-61: Data base for early postfire succession in Northern Rocky Mountain forests

RMRS-GTR-60: Status, ecology, and conservation of the southwestern willow flycatcher

RMRS-GTR-59: The impact of climate change on America's forests

RMRS-GTR-58: Faunal characteristics of the Southern Rocky Mountains of New Mexico: implications for biodiversity analysis and assessment

RMRS-GTR-57: Reliability of confidence intervals calculated by bootstrap and classical methods using the FIA 1-ha plot design

RMRS-GTR-56: Wilderness recreation use estimation: a handbook of methods and systems

RMRS-GTR-55: Modeling large woody debris recruitment for small streams of the Central Rocky Mountains

RMRS-GTR-54: Managing for enhancement of riparian and wetland areas of the Western United States: an annotated bibliography

RMRS-GTR-53: Fish and other aquatic resource trends in the United States

RMRS-GTR-52: Determining atmospheric deposition in Wyoming with IMPROVE and other national programs

RMRS-GTR-51: Juniper seed sources in the Great Plains

RMRS-GTR-50: Disturbance and climate change in United States/Mexico borderland plant communities: a state-of-the-knowledge review

RMRS-GTR-49: Forest Insect and Disease Tally System (FINDIT) user manual

RMRS-GTR-48: Bird communities of gambel oak: a descriptive analysis

RMRS-GTR-47: Monitoring the vegetation resources in riparian areas

RMRS-GTR-46: Mapping vegetation and fuels for fire management on the Gila National Forest Complex, New Mexico

RMRS-GTR-45: Representativeness assessment of research natural areas on National Forest System lands in Idaho

RMRS-GTR-44: A bank-operated traveling-block cableway for stream discharge and sediment measurements

RMRS-GTR-43: Ecology and conservation of the cactus ferruginous pygmy-owl in Arizona

RMRS-GTR-42: Wildland fire in ecosystems: fire and nonnative invasive plants, Vol. 6

RMRS-GTR-42: Wildland fire in ecosystems: effects of fire on air, Vol. 5

RMRS-GTR-42: Wildland fire in ecosystems: effects of fire on soils and water, Vol. 4

RMRS-GTR-42: Wildland fire in ecosystems: effects of fire on cultural resources and archaeology, Vol. 3

RMRS-GTR-42: Wildland fire in ecosystems: effects of fire on flora, Vol. 2RMRS-GTR-42: Wildland fire in ecosystems: effects of fire on fauna, Vol 1

RMRS-GTR-41: Ground sample data for the Conterminous U.S. Land Cover Characteristics Database

RMRS-GTR-40: A user guide for the sign sizing program

RMRS-GTR-39: Past and future freshwater use in the United States

RMRS-GTR-38: Historic avalanches in the northern front range and the central and northern mountains of Colorado

RMRS-GTR-37: Coram Experimental Forest: 50 years of research in a western larch forest

RMRS-GTR-36: An analysis of PILT-related payments and likely property tax liability of Federal resource management lands

RMRS-GTR-35: White pine in the American West: A vanishing species - can we save it?

RMRS-GTR-34: User's guide to FBASE: Relational database software for managing R1/R4 (Northern/Intermountain Regions) fish habitat inventory data

RMRS-GTR-33: Wildlife resource trends in the United States: A technical document supporting the 2000 RPA Assessment

RMRS-GTR-32: Habitat relationships of landbirds in the Northern Region, USDA Forest Service

RMRS-GTR-31: Abundance and characteristics of snags in western Montana forests

RMRS-GTR-30: Ecology and conservation of lynx in the United States

RMRS-GTR-29: History of watershed research in the Central Arizona Highlands

RMRS-GTR-28: Growth of ponderosa pine stands in relation to mountain pine beetle susceptibility

RMRS-GTR-27: NDVI and derived image data: Data archives 1998 [CD Only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-26: Vegetation greenness and fire danger images: Image archives; Greenness 1989-1998; Fire Danger 1996-1998 [CD Only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-25: Small mammals of the Bitterroot National Forest: A literature review and annotated bibliography

RMRS-GTR-24: Percent canopy cover and stand structure statistics from the Forest Vegetation Simulator

RMRS-GTR-23: Eighty-eight years of change in a managed ponderosa pine forest

RMRS-GTR-22: The northern goshawk in Utah: Habitat assessment and management recommendations

RMRS-GTR-21: Monitoring wilderness stream ecosystems [RECALLED - See RMRS-GTR-70]

RMRS-GTR-20: Riparian reference areas in Idaho: A catalog of plant associations and conservation sites

RMRS-GTR-19: Forest reference conditions for ecosystem management in the Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico

RMRS-GTR-18: National Wilderness Preservation System database: key attributes and trends, 1964 through 1999

RMRS-GTR-17: Vascular plant species of the Pawnee National Grassland

RMRS-GTR-16: Ecology and management of sand shinnery communities: a literature review

RMRS-GTR-15: Miller Creek Demonstration Forest ecology activities - a teachers supplement to the field guide

RMRS-GTR-14: Plant-herbivore interactions in Atriplex: current state of knowledge

RMRS-GTR-13: Multiple resource evaluations on the Beaver Creek watershed: An Annotated Bibliography (1956-1996

)RMRS-GTR-12: A management-oriented classification of pinyon-juniper woodlands of the Great Basin

RMRS-GTR-11: Peatlands on National Forests of the Northern Rocky Mountains: Ecology and conservation

RMRS-GTR-10: Field guide to Intermountain sedges

RMRS-GTR-9: NDVI and derived image data: Data archives 1997 [CD Only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-8: Vegetation greenness and fire danger images: Image archives; Greenness 1989-1997; Fire Danger 1996-1997 [CD Only - Not available online]

RMRS-GTR-7: Miller Creek Demonstration Forest - a forest born of fire: A field guide

RMRS-GTR-6: An assessment methodology for determining historical changes in mountain streams

RMRS-GTR-5: From the Rio to the Sierra: An environmental history of the Middle Rio Grande Basin

RMRS-GTR-4: Guidelines for evaluating air pollution impacts on wilderness within the Rocky Mountain Region: Report of a workshop, 1990

RMRS-GTR-3: Development of input data layers for the FARSITE fire growth model for the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Complex, USA

RMRS-GTR-2: Landtype associations of the Northern Region 1997: A first approximation

RMRS-GTR-1: The brown-headed cowbird and its riparian-dependent hosts in New Mexico

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