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Bailey, John D. et al. Stand Treatment Impacts on Forest Health. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011. http://www.for.nau.edu/forhlth/fh_stifh.html.

Bailey, John D. Using Group Selection, Multi-Aged Management Practices to Enhance the Use of Prescribed Fire in the Southwest. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 (June 1999 - January 2002). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#fire.

Block, William et al. Consequences of Fire and Fire Surrogate Treatments on Birds and Small Mammals in Ponderosa Pine Forests of Arizona. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff, AZ 86001. http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#mammals.

Covington, W. Wallace and P. Z. Fule. Understory Response to Different Restoration Prescription Treatments. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, Ecological Restoration Institute, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 - 5018 (August 1999 - December 2002). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#under.

Crawford, Julie A. et al. 2001. Exotic plant species responses to fires in northern Arizona ponderosa pine forests. Journal of Vegetation Sci. 12: in press. http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#under.

Crawford, Julie et al. Recovery in ponderosa pine forests after catastrophic and moderate intensity fires. Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2500 S. Pine Knoll Dr., Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (September 1997 - September 2001). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#fire.

Daugherty, P.J. Fire and Fuel Management Options for Flagstaff, Arizona, Wildland-Urban Interface: Smoke levels from Prescribed Fire and Intergenerational Equity. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 (September 1998 - December 2001). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#fsfm.

Dwyer, Jill K. and W. M. Block. The effects of wildfire on secondary cavity-nesting birds in ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona. Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2500 S. Pine Knoll Dr., Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (May 1997 - August 2001). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#birds.

Edminster, Carl. A national study of consequences of fire and fire surrogate treatments. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Southwest Forest Science Complex, 2500 South Pine Knoll Drive, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (January 2000 - 2005). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#fire.

Fox, Bruce E. and P.J. Daugherty. A Cost Analysis of Wildland-Urban Interface Forest Management Treatments in the Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Type. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff AZ 86011 (September 1998 - December 2001). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#utilize.

Fule, Pete Z. Fire in the Wildland-Urban Interface: A Landscape Modeling Approach. (NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, Ecological Restoration Institute, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011-5018 (August 1999 - December 2002). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#fire.

Griffis, K.L. et al. 2001. Understory response to management treatments in northern Arizona ponderosa pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 141: in press. http://www.for.nau.edu/forhlth/fh_understory.htmr.

Hart, Stephen C. et al. Biological, Chemical, and Physical Responses of the Soil Ecosystem to Fuel Management and Forest Health Restoration. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 (August 1999 - January, 2003). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#soil.

Hart, Stephen D. Soil Nutrient Availability and Biodiversity Responses to Fire and Fire Surrogates Treatments. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 (September 2000 - September 2002). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#soil.

Hospodarsky, Denver C. Framework for Organizing Human Dimensions Research Programs at the Wildland-Urban Interface: with Focus on Issues and Needs in Fire Risk Reduction and Ecological Restoration. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 (September 1998 - December 1999). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#fsfm.

Kim, Yeon-Su. Economic Benefits of Biological Restoration and Fire Risk Reduction: Application of the Hedonic Property Price Model to Wildland-Urban Interface. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 (August 1999 - December 2001). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#utilize.

Kyle, Sean C. and W. M. Block. Effects of wildfire severity on small mammals in northern Arizona ponderosa pine forests. Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2500 S. Pine Knoll Dr., Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (May 1997 - June 1999). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#mammals.

Larson, Debra and R. Mirth. Opportunities for Funding Wildland-Urban Interface Fuels Reduction Programs. NAU College of Engineering and Technology, Box 15600, Flagstaff, AZ 86011-1560 (End Date: October 2001). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#utilize.

Lee, Martha E. amd D. C. Hospodarsky. Analysis of public attitudes and intentions toward Forest Health Restoration and Fire Risk Reduction. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011. (June 1999 - January 2002). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#fsfm.

Mathiasen, Robert L. Effects of Wildfire and Fire-Management Options on Forest Pathogens in Ponderosa Pine and Pinyon-Juniper Forests in the Southwest. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011. http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#over.

Moore, Margaret M. and L. E. DeWald. Herbaceous Understory Phenology and Germination Response to Forest Restoration Treatments. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011. (August 1999 - December 2002). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#under.

Moore, Margaret M.. Shrub Response to Forest Restoration and Fuels Management Treatments. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management. School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 (August 1999 - December 2002). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#under.

Sackett, Stephen (retired) and S. Haase. Prescribed burning intervals for continuous hazard reduction in all age ponderosa pine stands. Pacific Research Station, Forest Fire Laboratory, 4955 Canyon Crest Drive, Riverside, CA 92507 (1976 - present). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#fire.

Sackett1, Stephen (retired) et al. Effects of stand density treatments and prescribed fire on soil properties, nutrient cycling, and forest floor components. Pacific Research Station, Forest Fire Laboratory, 4955 Canyon Crest Drive, Riverside, CA 92507 (June 1998 - present). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#soil.

Wagner, Michael R. and T. E. Kolb. Insect Population and Tree Resistance Responses to Restoration Thinning Treatments in Ponderosa Pine Forests. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 (August 1999 - October 2002). http://www.gffp.org/monitor/rg/rg.htm#insects.

Wagner, Michael R. Coarse Woody Debris Management, Bark Beetles, and Forest Health in Ponderosa Pine Forests. NAU College of Ecosystem Science and Management, School of Forestry, PO Box 15018, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 (August 1999 - March 2002).

Last edited May 6, 2003

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