• Giant Sequoia Trees

    Sequoia & Kings Canyon

    National Parks California

Fire Bibliography-Technical Literature from the 1960s

1960s

  • Changes in Vegetation, Structure, and Growth of Southwestern Pine Forest Since White Settlement. Cooper, C.F. 1960. Ecological Monographs 30:129:164.
  • Ecological Effects of Forest Fires. I.F. Ahlgren and C.E. Ahlgren. 1960. The Botanical Review. 26:483-533.
  • Danger of Wildfire Reduced by Prescribed Burning in Ponderosa Pine. H.H. Biswell. 1960. Calif. Agr. 14:5-6.
  • The Influence of Fire on California's Pristine Vegetation: A Consideration in Controlled Burning. L.T. Burcham. 1960. Extension Forestry Office, Agricultural Extension Service, U.C. Berkeley, 16 pp.
  • The Ecology of Fire. C.F. Cooper. 1961. Scientific American. April
  • Past Fire Incidence in Sierra Nevada Forests. W.W. Wagner. 1961. Journal of Forestry 59:739-748.
  • The Influence of Giant Sequoia on Soil Properties. P.J. Zinke and R.L. Crocker. 1962. Forest Science 8:2-11.
  • Some Aspects of the Influence of Fire and Sodium-Calcium Borate on Chaparral Vegetation. S.K. Stocking. 1962. M.A. Thesis, San Francisco State College. 112 pp.
  • Litter Production by Big Trees and Associated Species. H.H. Biswell, H. Buchanan, and R.P. Gibbens. 1966. California Agriculture 20:5-7.
  • Ecology of Vertebrate Animals in Relation to Chaparral Fire in the Sierra Nevada Foothills. G.E. Lawrence. 1966. Ecology 47:278-291.
  • Influence of fire and sodium-calcium borate on chaparral vegegation. S.K. Stocking. 1966. MadroƱo 18:193-203.
  • The Use of Fire in Wildland Management in California. H.H. Biswell. 1967. pp. 71-87. In: Natural Resources: Quality and Quantity. Univ. Calif. Press, Berkeley.
  • Forest Fire in Perspective. H.H. Biswell. 1967. pp. 43-63. Proceedings from the California Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference. Nov. 9-10, 1967. #7
  • The Fire Ecology of Sequoia Regeneration (Acrobat PDF file - 377KB) Hartesveldt, R.J. and H.T. Harvey. 1967. pp. 64-78. Proceedings from the California Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference. Nov. 9-10, 1967. #7
  • Vegetation Transects on the Camp conifer Fire Area. H.A. Jensen. 1967. Report for NPS Sequoia & Kings canyon National Parks by Hamman, Jensen, and Wallen, Inc. Mapping and Forestry Services, report on purchase order 102-1009.
  • Experimental Burning in Park Management. R.W. Murphy. 1967. pp. 207-216. Proceedings from the California Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference. Nov. 9-10, 1967. #7
  • The Influence of Man and Fire on the Vegetation of the Calaveras Groves of Sequoiadendron giganteum. P.W. Rundel. 1967. M.S. Thesis, Duke University. 81 pp.
  • Fuel Conditions in a Giant Sequoia Grove and Surrounding Plant Communities. J.K. Agee. 1968. MS Thesis, Univ. of Calif. 55pp.
  • The Properties of Heated Soils and Their Relationships to Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) Germination and Seedling Growth. J.I. Donaghey. 1968. MS Thesis, San Jose State University. 162 pp.
  • Sequoias' Dependence on Fire. R.J. Hartesveldt, H.T. Harvey, H.S. Shellhammer, R.E. Stecker. 1969. Science 166: 552-553
  • Ecological Study of Meadows in Lower Rock Creek, Sequoia National Park. R. Leonard, C.M. Johnson, P.J. Zinke, and A. Schultz. 1969. Annual Report for 1968 to NPS Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP.
  • Natural Reforestation in the Northern Sierra Nevada-Donner Ridge Burn. J.H. Bock and C.E. Bock. 1969. In: Proceedings Annual Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference, Apr. 10-11, 1969, Tallahassee, Florida. 9:119-126.
  • The Properties of Heated Soils and Their Relationships to Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) Germination and Seedling Growth. J.L. Donaghey. 1969. M.A. Thesis, San Jose State College, 173 pp.
  • Seedling Survival in a Giant Sequoia Forest. J.K. Agee and H.H. Biswell. 1969. Calif. Agr. 32(4):18-19.
  • Some quantitative aspects of the grass-oak woodland in Sequoia National Park, California. W.H. Brooks. 1969. Paper presented at Northwest Scientific Association annual meeting, Eastern washington State College, March 21, 1969, 19 pp.

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