• Giant Sequoia Trees

    Sequoia & Kings Canyon

    National Parks California

Fire Bibliography-Technical Literature from the 1970s

1970

  • Vegetation Change in Sequoia National Park, California. J.L. Vankat, 1970. Dissertation. University of California, Davis, California, USA.
  • Wildland Fires and Ecosystems - A Hypothesis. R.W. Mutch. 1970. Ecology 51:1046-51.
  • Breeding Bird Populations of Burned and Unburned Conifer Forest in the Sierra Nevada. C.E. Bock and J.F. Lynch. 1970. The Condor 72:182-189.
  • Research Needed for an Action Program of Restoring Fire to Giant Sequoias. B.M. Kilgore. 1970. pp. 172-180. In: Proceedings: Role of Fire in the Intermountain West Symposium.
  • Post-Fire Succession and Phenology in Sierran Pine Forests. L.T. Burcham. 1970. pp. 3-6. In: Proceedings, XI International Grassland Congress.
  • Debris Accumulation in a Ponderosa Pine Forest. J.K. Agee and H.H. Biswell. 1970. Calif. Agr. 24(5):6-7
  • Some Effects of Thinning and Fertilization on Ponderosa Pine and Understory Vegetation. J.K. Agee and H.H. Biswell. 1970. J. For. 68(11):709-711.
  • Mixed Conifer Forest Ecology: A Quantitative Study in Kings Canyon National Park, Fresno County, California. J.A. Sellers. 1970. M.A. Thesis, Fresno State College, 65 pp.
  • Fire and fuel relationships in mixed conifer ecosystems of Yosemite National Park. J.W. van Wagtendonk. 1972. Ph.D. Thesis, Univ. California, Berkeley. 163 pp.
  • Prescribed fire for maintaining fuel-breaks in the central Sierra Nevada. H.E. Schimke and L.R. Green. 1970. USDA Forest Serv. Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Exp. Sta. 9 pp.

1971

  • U.C. Foresters Aid Fire Ecology Program at Yosemite. Anon. 1971. California Agriculture 25:3.
  • The Role of Fire in a Giant Sequoia-Mixed Conifer Forest. B.M. Kilgore. 1971. Research in Parks 93-116.
  • The Role of Fire in a Giant Sequoia-Mixed Conifer Forest. B.M. Kilgore. 1971. Paper presented at American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting, December 26-31, 1971, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 38 pp.
  • Some Problems Relating to Big Trees. C.B. Bradley. 1971. Amer. Forests 77:29-31.
  • A New Mycocalicium on Scarred Sequoia in California. I. Bonar. 1971. Madroño 21:62-69.
  • Response of Breeding Bird Populations to Habitat Changes in a Giant Sequoia Forest. B.M. Kilgore. 1971. Amer. Midl. Nat. 85:135-152. Abstract
  • The Distribution and Ecology of the Giant Sequoia Ecosystem in the Sierra Nevada, California. P.W. Rundel. 1971. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Botany, Duke University, 203 pp.
  • Community Structure and Stability in the Giant Sequoia Groves of the Sierra Nevada, California. P.W. Rundel. 1971. American Midland Naturalist 85(2):478-492.

1972

  • Effect of Forest Manipulation on Deer Habitat in Giant Sequoia. G. Lawrence and H. Biswell. 1972. The Journal of Wildlife Management 36:595-605.
  • Habitat Restriction in Giant Sequoia: The Environmental Control of Grove Boundaries. P.W. Rundel. 1972. American Midl. Naturalist 87(1):81-99.
  • Fire and Fuel Relationships for Yosemite National Park. J.W. Van Wagtendonk. 1972. USDI, NPS Occa. Paper No.2. 21 pp.
  • Indians of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. A.B. Elsasser. 1972. Sequoia Natural History Association, Three Rivers, California, 56 pp.

1973

  • Fire Ecology in Ponderosa Pine-Grassland. H.H. Biswell. 1973 Proceedings of the Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference 12:69-96.
  • Burning and the Grasslands in California. H.F. Heady. 1973 Proceedings of the Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference 12:97-107.
  • Prescribed Fire Effects on Physical and Hydrologic Properties of Mixed Conifer Forest Floor and Soil. J.K. Agee. 1973. Water Res. Center, Univ. of California Cont. Rept. No. 143.
  • Fire and Nitrogen Cycle in California Chaparral. N.L. Christensen 1973. Science 181:88-68
  • Effects of Fire on Factors Controlling Plant Growth in Adenostoma chaparral. N.L. Christensen and C. Muller. 1975. Ecol. Monographs 45(1):29-55.
  • Patterns of Indian Burning in California: Ecology and Ethnohistory. H.T. Lewis. 1973. Ballena Press Anthropol. Pap. No. 1.
  • Fire in Wildland Management. C.B. Phillips. 1973. Journal of Forestry 71(10):624.

1974

  • The Relationship Between Basal Fire Scars and Crown Damage in Giant Sequoia. P.W. Rundel. 1973. Ecology 54:210-213.
  • Fire and Ecosystems. T.T. Kozlowski and C.E. Ahlgren (eds.). 1974. Academic Press, 542 pp.
  • Fire Management in the National Parks. J.K. Agee. 1974. Western Wildlands 1(3):27-33
  • Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, California. R. Sanborn and G. Briggs. 1974. pp. 7. Minutes of the Second Annual National Park-Wilderness Fire Management Workshop, Missoula, MT February 26-27, 1975.
  • Refining burning prescriptions for Ypsemite National Park. J.W. van Wagtendonk. 1974. National Park Service Occasional Papers, No. 2.

1975

  • The Giant Sequoia of the Sierra Nevada. R.J. Hartesveldt, H.T. Harvey, H.S. Shellhammer, and R.E. Stecker. 1975. USDI, NPS, US Gov. Printing Office. Pub. No. NPS-120. 180 pp.
  • Fire in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. D.J. Parsons. 1975. Fremontia 3:13-14.
  • Spatial Pattern and Succession within a Mixed Conifer-Giant Sequoia Forest Ecosystem. T.M. Bonnicksen. 1975. M.S. Thesis, Univ. Calif., Berkeley. 239 pp.
  • Effects of fire on factors controlling plant growth in Adenostema chaparral. N.L. Christensen and C.H. Muller. 1975. Ecol. Mono. 45:29-55.
  • The Effects of Naturally Ignited Fires on Components of a Southern Sierra Forest System, National Park Service, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, California. P.N. Omi, M. Groth, W.C. Beckett, J. Villeponteaux, J.M. Greenlee, E.A. Sheekey, and R. Greenberg. 1975. 193 pp.
  • Holistic Discussion. P.N. Omi, M. Groth, W.C. Beckett, J. Villeponteaux, J.M. Greenlee, E.A. Sheekey, and R. Greenberg. 1975. pp 1-18. In: The Effects of Naturally Ignited Fires on Components of a Southern Sierra Forest System.
  • The economic impact of the let burn policy. P.N. Omi. 1975. pp 19-33. In: The Effects of Naturally Ignited Fires on Components of a Southern Sierra Forest System.
  • Weather - the effect of weather and microclimate on fire behavior in Sugarloaf Valley. M. Groth. 1975. pp 34-48. In: The Effects of Naturally Ignited Fires on Components of a Southern Sierra Forest System.
  • Fuel and fire behavior. P.N. Omi. 1975. pp 49-61. In: The Effects of Naturally Ignited Fires on Components of a Southern Sierra Forest System.
  • Water - fire's effects on stream flows and surface water quality in Sugarloaf Valley. M. Groth. 1975. pp 62-81. In: The Effects of Naturally Ignited Fires on Components of a Southern Sierra Forest System.
  • Soils - fire's effects on the soil and humus of Sugarloaf Valley. W.C. Beckett. 1975. pp 82-92. In: The Effects of Naturally Ignited Fires on Components of a Southern Sierra Forest System.
  • Forest succession - fire's effects on stand structures on Sugarloaf Valley Forest Communities. J. Villeponteaux. 1975. pp 93-115. In: The Effects of Naturally Ignited Fires on Components of a Southern Sierra Forest System.
  • Vegetation - the effect of naturally ignited fire on herbs and brush in Sugarloaf Valley. J.M. Greenlee. 1975. pp 116-142. In: The Effects of Naturally Ignited Fires on Components of a Southern Sierra Forest System.
  • Effects of naturally ignited fire on wildlife in Sugarloaf Valley region. R. Greenberg. 1975. pp 143-193. In: The Effects of Naturally Ignited Fires on Components of a Southern Sierra Forest System.
  • The effects of fire on nutrient status of sequoia-mixed conifer forest soils. P.W. Rundel and T. St. John. 1975. Report for NPS from Univ. of Calif., Irvine.

1976

  • The Role of Fire in a Giant Sequoia-Mixed Conifer Forest. B.M. Kilgore. 1976. pp. 93-116. Symposium on Research in the Parks, USDI NPS Symposium Series No. 1.
  • Integrated Fire Management in National Parks. B.M. Kilgore. 1976. Proc. 1975 Nat. Conv., Soc. Amer. For.:178-188.
  • Ecology and Environmental Issues of the Sierra Redwood (Sequoiadendron giganteum), Now Restricted to California T.R. Vale. 1975. Environmental Conservation 2:179-188.
  • The Dependence of Certain Conifers on Fire as a Mineralizing Agent. T.V. St. John. 1976. Ph.D. Dissertation, Univ. Calif. Irvine, 78 pp.
  • The Role of Fire as a Mineralizing Agent in a Sierran Forest. St. John, T.V. and P.W. Rundel 1976. Oecologia 25:35-45.
  • The Role of Fire in Natural Communites: An Example from the Southern Sierra Nevada, California. D.J. Parsons. 1976. Environmental Conservation 3(2):91-99.
  • A Reconnaissance of the Effects of a Forest Fire on Water Quality in Kings Canyon National Park, California. R.J. Hoffman and R.F. Ferreira. 1976. USDI Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA, Open-File Report 76-497. 17 pp. Abstract
  • The maintenance of natural ecosystems: smoke as a factor. R.W. Mutch and G.S. Briggs. 1976. pp. 255-281. In: Proceedings International Symposium on Air Quality and Smoke from Urban and Forest Fires. National Acadamy of Sciences, Wash., D.C.
  • Vegetation changes in chamise chaparral following fire of 1960, Elk Creek, Sequoia National Park. S.K. Stocking. 1976. Unpublished report at NPS, Sequoia & Kings Canyon N.P., 18 pp.

1977

  • Preservation in Fire-Type Ecosystems. D.J. Parsons. 1977. pp. 172-182. In: H.A. Mooney and C.E. Conrad (tech. Coord.) Proceedings of the Symposium on the Environmental Consequences of Fire and Fuel management in Mediterranean Ecosystems. USDA Forest Service GTR-WO-3. 498 pp.
  • Patterns of Post-Fire Succession on the Donner Ridge Burn, Sierra Nevada. C.E. Bock and J.H. Bock. 1977. pp. 464-469. In: H.A. Mooney and C.E. Conrad (tech. Coord.) Proceedings of the Symposium on the Environmental Consequences of Fire and Fuel management in Mediterranean Ecosystems. USDA Forest Service GTR-WO-3. 498 pp.
  • Fire Management in the Yosemite Mixed-Conifer Ecosystem. J.W. van Wagtendonk. 1977. pp. 459-463. In: H.A. Mooney and C.E. Conrad (tech. Coord.) Proceedings of the Symposium on the Environmental Consequences of Fire and Fuel management in Mediterranean Ecosystems. USDA Forest Service GTR-WO-3. 498 pp.
  • Fire and Man in Sequoia National Park. J.L. Vankat 1977. Annuals of the Association of American Geographers. 67:17-27
  • A Study of the Herbaceous Flora and Environment of Sugarloaf Valley in Relation to Two Naturally Ignited Fires. E.A. Sheekey. 1977. Unpublished Senior Thesis submitted to Univ. Calif., Santa Cruz. 43 pp.

1978

  • Natural Fire Regimes and Fire Management - Foundations for Direction. R.W. Sando. 1978. Western Wildlands 4(4):34-44.
  • An Analysis of Vegetation Management to Restore the Structure and Function of Presettlement Giant Sequoia-Mixed Conifer Forest Mosaics. T.M. Bonnicksen and E.C. Stone. 1978. Final report to NPS, Sequoia 7 Kings Canyon National Parks, 159 pp.
  • Fire History of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. J.M. Greenlee, G. Wilcox and B. Dau. 1978. Report for USDI, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Three Rivers, Contract px-8550-7-1559, 52 pp. + appendix.
  • Wilderness Fire Management in Yosemite National Park. J.W. van Wagtendonk. 1978. pp. 324-335. In: E.A. Schofield (ed.) EARTHCARE: Global Protection of Natural Areas. Westview Press, Boulder, CO. 838 pp.
  • Response of bird and mammal populations to fire in chaparral. W. Longhurst. 1978. Calif. Agri. 32:9-12.

1979

  • Impact of Fire Suppression on a Mixed-Conifer Forest. D.J. Parsons and S.H. DeBenedetti. 1979. Forest Ecology 2:21-33.
  • Structural Changes in Chamise (Adenostoma fasciculatum) Along a Fire-Induced Age Gradient. P.W. Rundel and D.J. Parsons. 1979. Journal of Range Management 32(6): 462-466.
  • Recommendations for a Management Plan for Prescribed Burning and Natural Fire in the Chaparral Ecosystems of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. J.M. Greenlee. 1979. Report for NPS Sequoia & Kings Canypon National Parks by Fire and Land Management Enterprises. 41 pp + appendix.
  • The Influence of Prescribed Fires on Water-Repellency of Mixed Conifer Forest Floor. J.K. Agee. 1979. pp. 695-701. In: Proceedings of the First Conference of Scientific in the National Parks. NPS Transactions and Proceedings No. 5, Vol. 2.
  • Effects of fire on small mammals in the chaparral. R.D. Quinn. 1979. Cal-Neva Wildlife Transactions 1979:125-133.
  • Effects of fire on birds in chaparral. Wirtz, W., II. 1979. Cal-Neva Wildlife Transactions 1979:114-124.
  • Natural fire in subalpine meadows: a case description from the Sierra Nevada. S.H. DeBenedetti and D.J. Parsons. 1979. J. For. 77:477-479.
  • Natural Fire in the Sierra Nevada, California. J.M. Greenlee, J. Villeponteaux, E.A. Sheekey, P.N. Omi, R. Greenberg, and M.K. Rubel. 1979. Unpublished report on file at Sequoia and Kings Canyon N.P., 60 pp.
  • Fire Management Plan, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. W.L. Bancroft and W.A. Partin. 1979. NPS, Three Rivers, CA. 154 pp.
  • Resource Management Model of Chaparral. P.W. Rundel. 1979. Unpublished report for Sequoia and Kings Canyon N.P., 45 pp.

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