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Title: Ecology, management, and restoration of pinon-juniper and ponderosa pine ecosystems: combined proceedings of the 2005 St. George, Utah and 2006 Albuquerque, New Mexico workshops
Author: Gottfried, Gerald J.; Shaw, John D.; Ford, Paulette L.
Source: Proceedings RMRS-P-51. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 218 p.
- Ecology of pinon-juniper vegetation in the Southwest and Great Basin
Pieper, Rex D.
- Southwestern U. S. juniper savanna and piñon-juniper woodland communities: Ecological history and natural range of variability
Jacobs, Brian F.
- Growth and yield of southwest pinyon-juniper woodlands: Modeling growth and drought effects
Shaw, John D.
- Description and prediction of individual tree biomass on pinon (Pinus edulis) in northern New Mexico
Loveall, Mark; Harrington, John T.
- A native plant development program for the Colorado Plateau
Monsen, Stephen B.
- Historic vegetation changes in Lincoln County, New Mexico: The Albuquerque Banquet Presentation
Fuchs, E. Hollis
- Drought induced tree mortality and ensuing bark beetle outbreaks in southwestern pinyon-juniper woodlands
Clifford, Michael J.; Rocca, Monique E.; Delph, Robert; Ford, Paulette L.; Cobb, Neil S.
- Pinon pine mortality event in the Southwest: An update for 2005
Allen-Reid, D.; Anhold, J.; Cluck, D.; Eager, T.; Mask, R.; McMillin, J.; Munson, S.; Negron, J.; Rogers, T.; Ryerson, D.; Smith, E.; Smith, S.; Steed, B.; Thier, R.
- Attributes associated with probability of infestation by the pinon Ips, Ips confusus, (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in pinon pine, Pinus edulis
Negron, Jose F.; Wilson, Jill L.
- Piñon mortality from 2001 to 2005: Causes and management strategies
- Do bark beetle sprays prevent Phloeosinus species from attacking cypress and juniper?
Hayes, Chris; DeGomez, Tom; Clancy, Karen; McMillin, Joel; Anhold, John
- Impacts of pinyon-juniper treatments on water yields: A historical perspective
Ffolliott, Peter F.; Stropki, Cody
- Ecohydrology of pinon-juniper woodlands in the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico: Runoff, erosion, and restoration
Allen, Craig D.
- Rainfall, soil moisture, and runoff dynamics in New Mexico pinon-juniper woodland watersheds
Ochoa, Carlos; Fernald, Alexander; Tidwell, Vincent
- Belowground carbon distribution in a pinon-juniper / short grass prairie site
Harrington, John; Williams, Mary
- Variation in herbaceous vegetation and soil moisture under treated and untreated oneseed juniper trees
Ramirez, Hector; Fernald, Alexander; Cibils, Andres; Morris, Michelle; Cox, Shad; Rubio, Michael
- Variation among pinyon-juniper woodlands: A cautionary note
Williamson, Matthew A.
- Silviculture and multi-resource management case studies for southwestern pinyon-juniper woodlands
Gottfried, Gerald J.
- Preliminary thinning guidelines using stand density index for the maintenance of uneven-aged pinyon-juniper ecosystems
Page, Douglas H.
- Effects of invasive plants on public land management of pinyon-juniper woodlands in Arizona
- A demonstration project to test ecological restoration of a pinyon-juniper ecosystem
Huffman, David W.; Stoddard, Michael T.; Fule, Peter Z.; Covington, W. Wallace; Smith, H. B.
- Removal of pinyon-juniper woodlands on the Colorado Plateau
Peters, Michael; Cobb, Neil S.
- Mesa prescribed fire
Glaspie, Scott; Rodin, Erik
- Mechanical treatment methods in the pinon-juniper type
Racher, Brent J.
- Ecology and management of pinyon-juniper ecosystems in the Bureau of Indian Affairs Southwestern Region
- Diablo trust pinon-juniper restoration sites: Restoring structure to woodlands and savannas
Landis, Andrew Gascho; Bailey, John Duff
- Restoration of juniper savanna on the pueblo of Santa Ana, Sandoval County, New Mexico
- Why is cultural resource site density high in the pinon-juniper woodland?
Schlanger, Sarah; Larralde, Signa
- Wildlife management in southwestern Pinon-juniper woodlands
Whitney, Jeffery C.
- Grazing management for healthy watersheds
- Pinon-juniper management research at Corona Range and Livestock Research Center in Central New Mexico
Cibils, Andres; Petersen, Mark; Cox, Shad; Rubio, Michael
- Uses of pinyon and juniper
- Using small diameter trees for wood fiber-plastic composites
Archuletta, Phil T.
- Identifying markets for pinyon pine in the Four Corners Region
Mackes, Kurt H.
- Energy from the woodlands
- Influence of elevation on bark beetle community structure in ponderosa pine stands of northern Arizona
Miller, Andrew; Barton, Kelly; McMillin, Joel; DeGomez, Tom; Clancy, Karen; Anhold, John
- Forest restoration and fuels reduction in ponderosa pine and dry mixed conifer in the Southwest
- The effects of hazardous fuel reduction treatments in the wildland urban interface on the activity of bark beetles infesting ponderosa pine
Fettig, Christopher J.; McMillin, Joel D.; Anhold, John. A.; Hamud, Shakeeb M.; Seybold, Steven J.; Borys, Robert R.
- Restoration of the ponderosa pine ecosystem and its understory
Hughes, Lee E.
- Cheatgrass encroachment on a ponderosa pine ecological restoration project in northern Arizona, U. S. A.
McGlone, Christopher M.; Springer, Judith D.; Covington, W. Wallace
- Changes in canopy fuels and fire behavior after ponderosa pine restoration treatments: A landscape perspective
Roccaforte, J. P.; Fule, P. Z.
- Restoration of southwestern ponderosa pine forests: Implications and opportunities for wildlife
Wightman, Catherine S.; Rosenstock, Steven S.
- Home range and habitat selection patterns of mule deer in a restoration-treated ponderosa pine forest
Yarborough, R. Fenner; Wightman, Catherine S.
- The irrationality of continued fire suppression: A partial analysis of the costs and benefits of restoration-based fuel reduction treatments vs. no treatment
Snider, G. B.; Daugherty, P. J.
- Landscape-level changes
Frandsen, A. Joel
- Stand level impacts of Ips and Dendroctonus bark beetles in pine forest types of northern Arizona
McMillin, Joel; Anhold, John; Negron, Jose
- Assessment of drought related mortality in pinyon-juniper and ponderosa pine forests using Forest Inventory and Analysis data
Shaw, John D.
- The essence of fire regime-condition class assessment
- Sustainable development through biomass utilization: A practical approach
Description: Southwestern pinon-juniper and juniper woodlands cover large areas of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and adjacent Colorado. Ponderosa pine forests are the most common timberland in the Southwest. All three ecosystems provide a variety of natural resources and economic benefits to the region. There are different perceptions of desired conditions. Public and private land managers have adapted research results and their observations and experiences to manage these ecosystems for multiresource benefits. Ways to mitigate the threat of wildfires is a major management issue for these ecosystems, and the wide-spread pinon mortality related to drought and the bark beetle infestation has heightened concerns among managers and the general public. In addition, the impacts of climate change on these ecosystems are a growing concern. As a step in bringing research and management together to answer some of these questions, workshops concerned with the ecology, management, and restoration of pinon-juniper and ponderosa pine ecosystems were held in St. George, Utah in 2005 and in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2006. The combined proceedings from these two workshops contain papers, extended abstracts, and abstracts based on oral and poster presentations. Some topics included forest and woodland restoration treatments and their impacts on fuels, wildlife, and other ecosystem components, watershed management, insect infestations and drought, wood utilization, landscape changes, basic ecology, and more.
Keywords: pinon-juniper and juniper woodlands, ponderosa pine forests, ecology, management, restoration, southwestern United States
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Gottfried, Gerald J.; Shaw, John D.; Ford, Paulette L., compilers 2008. Ecology, management, and restoration of pinon-juniper and ponderosa pine ecosystems: combined proceedings of the 2005 St. George, Utah and 2006 Albuquerque, New Mexico workshops. Proceedings RMRS-P-51. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 218 p.
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