Sun Creek – 17 Literature Cited

Final Report, Forest Restoration of Sun Creek, Crater Lake National Park

Literature Cited

Agee, J.K. 1974. Fire management in the national parks. Western Wildlands 1(3) :27-33.

Cleary, B.D., R.D. Greaves, and R.K. Hermann. 1978. Regenerating Oregon’s forests. Oregon St. Univ. Extension Service, Corvallis, 287 p.

Ferrell, G.T. 1978. Moisture stress threshold of susceptibility to fir engraver beetles in pole-size white firs. For. Sci. 24(2):85-92.

Fischer, W.C. 1980. Prescribed fire and bark beetle attack in ponderosa pine forests.Fire Management Notes 41, 2:10-12.

Kilgore, B.M. 1976. Fire management in the national parks: an overview. Tall Timbers Fire Ecol. Conf. 14:45-57.

McNeil, R.C. and D.B. Zobel. 1980. Vegetation and fire history of a ponderosa pine-white fir forest in Crater Lake National Park. Northwest Science 54(1):30-46.

Schubert, G.H. and R.S. Adams. 1971. Reforestation practices for conifers in California. California Resources Agency, Division of Forestry, Sacramento, California, 359 p.

Thomas, Terri. 1982. Forest restoration at Sun Creek, Crater Lake National Park. Master of Science thesis, College of Forest Resources, Univ. of Washington, Seattle. 113 p.

Van Wagtendonk, J.W. 1974. Refined burning prescriptions for Yosemite National Park, USDI, National Park Service Occ. Pap. 2, 21 p.

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