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National Park Service
Scientific Monograph Series

 1. The Bison of Yellowstone NP — Mary Meagher (1973) (PDF version)

 2. Geology of the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve of Wisconsin — Robert F. Black (1974)

 3. An Ecological Survey of the Coastal Region of Georgia — A. Sydney Johnson et al. (1974)

 4. The Impact of Human Use Upon the Chisos Basin and Adjacent Lands — Paul D. Whitson (1974)

 5. Invasion and Recovery of Vegetation after a Volcanic Eruption in Hawaii — Garrett A. Smathers and Dieter Mueller-Dombois (1974)

 6. Vegetation and Ecological Processes on Shackleford Bank, North Carolina — Shu-Fun Au (1974)

 7. Ecological Studies of the Sunken Forest, Fire Island NS, New York — Henry Warren Art (1976)

 8. Ecology of the Saguaro: II, Reproduction, Germination, Establishment, Growth, and Survival of the Young Plant — Warren F. Steenbergh & Charles H. Lowe (1977)

 9. Barrier Island Ecology of Cape Lookout NS and Vicinity, North Carolina — Paul J. and Melinda M. Godfrey (1976)

10. Recreation and Parks: A Social Study of Shenandoah NP — Glenn E. Haas (1977)

11. Wolf Ecology and Prey Relationships on Isle Royale — Rolf O. Peterson (1977)

12. Giant sequoia ecology - fire and reproduction — Harvey, H. Thomas, Howard S. Shellhammer, and Ronald E. Stecker

13. The Impact of Three Exotic Plant Species on a Potomac Island — Lindsay Kay Thomas (1980)

14. The Grizzlies of Mount McKinley — Adolph Murie (1981)

15. Ecology of the Carmen Mountains White-Tailed Deer — Paul R. Krausman and Ernest D. Ables (1981) (PDF version)

16. Ecology and Social Behavior of the Collared Peccary in Big Bend National Park, Texas — John A. Bissonette (1982)

17. Ecology of the Saguaro: III, Growth and Deomography — Warren F. Steenbergh & Charles H. Lowe (1983)

18. Visual Preferences of Travelers Along the Blue Ridge Parkway — Francis P. Noe, William E. Hammitt (eds.) (1988)

19. The Forest Communities of Mount Rainier National Park — Jerry F. Franklin, William H. Moir, Miles A. Hemstrom, Sarah E. Greene, Bradley G. Smith (1988)

    The Giant Sequoia of the Sierra Nevada — Richard J. Hartesveldt et al. (1975)

    Ecology and management of ticks and lyme disease at Fire Island National Seashore and selected Eastern National Parks (pdf) — Howard S. Ginsberg (1992)

    Demography of Grizzly Bears in Relation to Hunting and Mining Development in Northwestern Alaska — Warren B. Ballard, Lee Anne Ayres, Daniel J. Reed, Steven G. Fancy, Kathryn E. Roney (1993) (PDF version)

    Ecological Effects of the Lawn Lake Flood of 1982, Rocky Mountain National Park — Henry E. McCutchen, Raymond Herrmann, David R. Stevens (eds.) (1993)

    Ecological Issues on Reintroducing Wolves into Yellowstone National Park — Robert S. Cook (ed.) (1993)

    Mountain Goats in Olympic National Park: Biology and Management of an Introduced Species — Douglas B. Houston, Edward G. Schreiner, Bruce B. Moorehead (1994)

    Mammals of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore — John O. Whitaker, Jr., John Gibble, Eric Kjellmark (1994)

    Management of Wild Horses by Fertility Control: the Assateague Experience — Jay F. Kirkpatrick (1995)

    Biogeochemistry of a Mature Boreal Ecosystem: Isle Royale National Park, Michigan — Robert Stottlemyer, David Toczydlowski, Raymond Herrmann (1998)

National Park Service
Occasional Paper Series

1. Big Business in Alaska, Kennecott Mines, 1898-1938 — Melody Webb (1976) (PDF)

2. Refined Burning Prescriptions for Yosemite National Park — Jan W. van Wagtendonk (1974?)

3. The Geologic History of Fossil Butte National Monument and Fossil Basin — Paul O. McGrew and Michael Casilliano (1975)

4. A Simulation Study of the Cades Cove Visitor Vehicle Flow — (1976)

5. Vegetational Changes in Yosemite Valley — Harold F. Heady and Paul J. Zinke (1979)

6. The Climate of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks — Richard A. Dirks and Brooks E. Martner (1982)

7. An Identification of Prairie in National Park Units in the Great Plains — by James Stubbendieck and Gary Willson (1986)

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