Ricky’s Atlas Bibliography

Fire Ecology

Ecological Relationships of Vegetation and Fire in Pacific Northwest Forests. 1990. J. Boone Kaufman p. 39-51. In: Natural and Prescribed Fire in Pacific Northwest Forests. John D. Walstad, Steven R. Radosevich and David V. Sandberg., Editors. Oregon State University Press. Corvallis, OR 317p.

Use of Prescribed Fire in Rangeland Ecosystems. 1990 Robert. G. Clark and Edward E. Starkey. P. 81-91. In: Natural and Prescribed Fire in Pacific Northwest Forests. John D. Walstad, Steven R. Radosevich and David V. Sandberg., Editors. Oregon State University Press. Corvallis, OR 317p.

Fire and Animal Interactions. 2006. Kevin E. Shaffer and William F. Laudenslayer Jr. p. 118-144. In: Fire in California Ecosystems. N. G. Sugihara, J. W. VanWagtendonk, K. E. Shaffer, J. Fites-Kaurman, and A. E. Thode. University of California Press. 596 p.

Northeastern Plateaus Bioregion. 2006. G. M. Riegel, R. F. Miller, C.N. Skinner and S.E. Smith. p. 225-263. In: Fire in California Ecosystems. N. G. Sugihara, J. W. VanWagtendonk, K. E. Shaffer, J. Fites-Kaurman, and A. E. Thode. University of California Press. 596 p.

Restoring shrub and aspen communities using prescribed fire on the Zumwalt Prairie Preserve; Pretreatment conditions on Saddle Butte. 2012. Robert Taylor. Zumwalt SB RxBurn Monitoring Report, The Nature Convervancy. 15p.

Sixty-Seven Years of Landscape Change in the Last Large Remnant of the Pacific Northwest Bunchgrass Prairie. 2012. Anne M. Bartuszevige, Patricia L. Kennedy and Robert V. Taylor. Natural Areas Journal 32: 166-170.

Bird Characteristics and Behavior

Avian Architecture; How Birds Design, Engineer & Build. 2011. Peter Goodfellow. Princeton University Press, Princeton. 160p.

Effects of Native and Non-Native Grassland Plant Communities on Breeding Passerine Birds: Implications for Restoration of Northwest Bunchgrass Prairie. 2009. P. L. Kennedy, S. J. DeBano, A.M. Bartuszevige and A. S. Lueders. Restoration Ecology 17: 515-525.

Short-term effects of fire and fire surrogate treatments on foraging tree selection by cavity-nesting birds in dry forests of central Washington. 2008. Andrea L. Lyons, William L. Gaines, John F. Lehmkuhl and Richy J. Harrod. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 3203-3211.

The Sibley Guide to Birds. 2000. David Allen Sibley. Alfred Knopf, NY. 545p.

The Sibley Guide to Bird Life and Behavior. 2001. Illustrated by David Allen Sibley. Chris Elphick, John B. Dunning, Jr. and David Allen Sibley, Editors. Alfred Knopf, NY. 588p.

Forest Ecology

Natural Vegetation of Oregon and Washington. 1973. Jerry F. Franklin and C. T. Dyrness. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-8,  417p.

Trees to Know in Oregon. 2010. Edward C. Jensen. Oregon State University Extension Service, Corvallis OR. 156 p.

Western juniper expansion on adjacent disturbed and near-relict sites. 1999. Peter T. Soulé and Paul A. Knapp. J. Range Management 52:525-533.

Insect Ecology and Behavior

Attracting Native Pollinators; Protecting North America’s Bees and Butterflies. 2011. Eric Mader, Matthew Shepaherd, Mace Vaughan, Scott Horrman Blac, & Gretchen LeBuhn. Storey Publishing, North Adams, MA. 371p.

Investigating temporal patterns of a native bee community in a remnant North American bunchgrass prairie using blue vane traps. 2012. C. Kimoto, S.J. DeBano, R. W. Thorp, S. Rao and W. P Stephen. Journal of Insect Science 12:108.

Native Bees Associated with Isolated Aspen Stands in Pacific Northwest Bunchgrass Prairie. 2013. Natalie Gonzales, Sandra J. DeBano, Chiho Kimoto, Robert V. Taylor, Carmen Tubbesing & Christopher Strohm. Natural Areas Journal 32(2):166-170.

History

Landscapes of Promise; The Oregon Story 1800-1940. 1997. William G. Robbins. University of Washington Press. 392 p.