searching: fire ecology, regeneration

Tim Barkley BARKLEYT at agvax2.ag.ohio-state.edu
Wed Jul 5 12:55:22 EST 1995


In <Pine.SCO.3.91.CIBNOR.950704100320.26168A-100000 at cibnor.cibnor.conacyt.mx> cmercado at cibnor.conacyt.mx writes:

> 
> Good morning:
> I have been looking for a book or papers about fire ecology; specially in 
> temperate forest. I am interesting to learn about regeneration after this 
> natural disturbance. 
> 
> I thank you any information.   Carmen
> 

Carmen,
I did a quick search of our database and came up with the following books 
and magazines.  I don't know if your country has an inter-library loan 
system or not.  If so, these books can be ordered to your library by one of 
the numbers at in each abstract (OCLC #, ALT #, etc.).  Hope these are of 
some help to you.

Tim Barkley
Information Coordinator for Sustainable Agriculture
Ohio State University Extension

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Books on Fire Ecology:Record 1 of 11LOCATIONS    No location givenCALL #    
   G58 .C2.AUTHOR       Minnich, Richard A.TITLE        The biogeography of 
fire in the San Bernardino Mountains of                California : a 
historical study / Richard A. Minnich.IMPRINT      Berkeley : University of 
California Press, c1988.DESCRIPT'N   v, 120 p., [42] p. of plates : ill. ; 
26 cm.SERIES       University of California publications in geography v. 
28.             University of California publications in geography v. 
28.NOTE         Bibliography: p. 81-101.SUBJECT      Forest ecology 
--California --San Bernardino Mountains.             Plants, Effect of 
fires on --California --San Bernardino                Mountains.            
 Fire ecology --California --San Bernardino Mountains.             
Chaparral ecology --California --San Bernardino Mountains.OCLC #       
17675658.ISN/OTHER#   0520097289 (alk. paper)LCCN         88-9997.ALT #     
   4282665.Record 2 of 11LOCATIONS    BPL-Bio Sci/Pharm Lib.CALL #       
QH195.S6 E36 1984.TITLE        Ecological effects of fire in South African 
ecosystems / edited                by P. de V. Booysen and N.M. 
Tainton.IMPRINT      Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1984.DESCRIPT'N   
xvi, 426 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.SERIES       Ecological studies ; v. 48.         
    Ecological studies ; v. 48.NOTE         Includes indexes.             
Bibliography: [367]-403.SUBJECT      Fire ecology --South Africa.           
  Wildfires --Environmental aspects --South Africa.             Prescribed 
burning --Environmental aspects --South Africa.ALT NAME     Booysen, P. de 
V.             Tainton, N. M. (Neil Melbourne), 1934-OCLC #       
11323355.ISN/OTHER#   11041472 11082266 11092822.             0387135014 
(U.S.)LCCN         84-5575.ALT #        3395768.Record 3 of 11LOCATIONS    
BPL-Bio Sci/Pharm Lib.CALL #       QK938.F6 E33.TITLE        Effects of 
fire on flora : a state-of-knowledge review / prepared               for 
the Forest Service National Fire Effects Workshop, Denver,                
Colo., April 10-14, 1978 ; by James E. Lotan ... [et al.]IMPRINT      
[Washington, D.C.?] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service :           
    For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 1981.DESCRIPT'N   vi, 71 
p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.SERIES       General technical report WO 16.        
     General technical report WO 16.NOTE         "March, 1981."             
Bibliography: p. 61-71.SUBJECT      Forest ecology --United States.         
    Forest fires --United States.             Forest plants --United 
States.ALT NAME     Lotan, James E.             United States. Forest 
Service.             National Fire Effects Workshop (1978 : Denver, 
Colo.)OCLC #       8016026.ISN/OTHER#   001-001-00569-0 GPO.SUDOC #      A 
13.88:WO-16.DOC ITEM #   83-B.ALT #        2898593.Record 4 of 11LOCATIONS  
  AGI-Agriculture Lib. & BPL-Bio Sci/Pharm Lib.CALL #       QH545.F5 
K68.AUTHOR       Kozlowski, T. T. (Theodore Thomas), 1917-TITLE        Fire 
and ecosystems, edited by T. T. Kozlowski [and] C. E.                
Ahlgren.IMPRINT      New York, Academic Press, 1974.DESCRIPT'N   xii, 542 
p. illus. 24 cm.SERIES       Physiological ecology.             
Physiological ecology.NOTE         Includes bibliographies.SUBJECT      
Fire ecology.             Fire ecology --United States.ALT NAME     
Ahlgren, C. E. (Clifford Elmer), 1922- joint author.OCLC #       
960078.ISN/OTHER#   0124242553.LCCN         74-5695.ALT #        
1772029.Record 5 of 11LOCATIONS    BPL-Bio Sci/Pharm Lib.CALL #       QK110 
.J64 1992.AUTHOR       Johnson, Edward A. (Edward Allison), 1940-TITLE      
  Fire and vegetation dynamics : studies from the North American            
    boreal forest / Edward A. Johnson.IMPRINT      Cambridge ; New York : 
Cambridge University Press, 1992.DESCRIPT'N   xiii, 129 p. : ill., maps ; 
24 cm.SERIES       Cambridge studies in ecology.             Cambridge 
studies in ecology.NOTE         Includes bibliographical references (p. 
111-125) and index.SUBJECT      Taiga ecology --North America.             
Forest fires --Environmental aspects --North America.             Fire 
ecology --North America.             Vegetation dynamics --North America.   
          Trees --North America --Ecology.OCLC #       24545887.ISN/OTHER#  
 0521341515 (hardback)LCCN         91-36693.ALT #        5172677.Record 6 
of 11LOCATIONS    AGI-Agriculture Lib. & BPL-Bio Sci/Pharm Lib.CALL #       
S608 .W74.AUTHOR       Wright, Henry A.TITLE        Fire ecology and 
prescribed burning in the Great Plains : a                research review / 
Henry A. Wright, Arthur W. Bailey.IMPRINT      Ogden, Utah : Intermountain 
Forest and Range Experiment Station,                Forest Service, U.S. 
Dept. of Agriculture, 1979.DESCRIPT'N   60 p. : ill., 1 map ; 27 cm.SERIES  
     USDA Forest Service general technical report INT 77.             USDA 
Forest Service general technical report INT 77.NOTE         "May 1980."     
        Bibliography: p. 42-48.SUBJECT      Prescribed burning --Great 
Plains.             Fire ecology --Great Plains.ALT NAME     Bailey, Arthur 
W.             Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, 
Utah)OCLC #       6677466.SUDOC #      A 13.88:INT-77.ALT #        
3274243.Record 7 of 11LOCATIONS    BPL-Bio Sci/Pharm Lib.CALL #       
QH545.F5 F5745 1990.TITLE        Fire in ecosystem dynamics : Mediterranean 
and northern                perspectives / edited by J.G. Goldammer and 
M.J. Jenkins.IMPRINT      The Hague : SPB Academic Publishing, 
1990.DESCRIPT'N   viii, 199 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.NOTE         Includes 
bibliographical references.SUBJECT      Fire ecology.             
Wildfires.ALT NAME     Goldammer, J. G. (Johann Georg), 1949-             
Jenkins, M. J. (Michael J.)OCLC #       24053364.ISN/OTHER#   
9051030452.ALT #        5175045.Record 8 of 11CALL #       634.9618 
.L238.AUTHOR       Lampton, Christopher.TITLE        Forest fire / 
Christopher Lampton.IMPRINT      Brookfield, Conn. : Millbrook, 
c1991.DESCRIPT'N   64 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.SERIES       A disaster! book.      
       Lampton, Christopher. Disaster! book.NOTE         Bibliography: p. 
61.             Includes index.             Describes what causes forest 
fires, how they are detected,                techniques used to put them 
out and the damage that is done.                Reexamines sometimes 
beneficial effects on plant and animal                life.SUBJECT      
Forest ecology.             Forest fires.             Fires.             
Fire prevention.OCLC #       24343306.ISN/OTHER#   1562940333.Record 9 of 
11LOCATIONS    LAW-Law LibraryCALL #       QH105.W8 G75 1991.TITLE        
The Greater Yellowstone ecosystem : redefining America's                
wilderness heritage / Robert B. Keiter and Mark S. Boyce,                
editors ; with a foreword by Luna B. Leopold.IMPRINT      New Haven : Yale 
University Press, c1991.DESCRIPT'N   xvii, 428 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.NOTE 
        Papers from a symposium on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem,       
         hosted by the University of Wyoming in Apr., 1989.             
Includes bibliographical references and index.LOCAL NOTE   #23382455.       
      4/21/93.SUBJECT      Ecology --Yellowstone National Park Region 
--Congresses.             Environmental policy --Yellowstone National Park 
Region --               Congresses.             Wildlife conservation 
--Yellowstone National Park Region --               Congresses.             
Fire ecology --Yellowstone National Park Region --Congresses.             
Wildlife reintroduction --Yellowstone National Park Region --               
Congresses.             Ecology.             Wyoming.ALT NAME     Keiter, 
Robert B., 1946-             Boyce, Mark S.OCLC #       23382455.ISN/OTHER# 
  GB91-70830.             26894104.             0300049706 (alk. paper)LCCN 
        91-10623.ALT #        5306798.INNOVACQ #   .b21105868.Record 10 of 
11LOCATIONS    BPL-Bio Sci/Pharm Lib.CALL #       QH545.F5 R64 1987.TITLE   
     The Role of fire in ecological systems / edited by L. Trabaud.IMPRINT  
    The Hague : SPB Academic Publishers, 1987.DESCRIPT'N   viii, 157 p. : 
ill. ; 22 cm.NOTE         Symposium presented during the 4th Congress of 
Ecology, August 10               -16, 1986, in Syracuse, New York.          
   Includes bibliographies.SUBJECT      Fire ecology --Congresses.          
   Biotic communities --Congresses.             Forest ecology 
--Congresses.ALT NAME     Trabaud, Louis.             International 
Congress of Ecology (4th : 1986 : Syracuse, N.Y.)OCLC #       
18126843.ISN/OTHER#   905103007X.ALT #        5175040.Record 11 of 
11LOCATIONS    EDM-Edgar Dale Media CtrCALL #       574.52 .P295.AUTHOR     
  Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw.TITLE        Yellowstone fires / written by 
Dorothy Hinshaw Patent ;                photographs by William Munoz and 
others.EDITION      1st ed.IMPRINT      New York : Holiday House, c1990.    
         9004.DESCRIPT'N   40 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.NOTE         Describes the 
massive forest fires that burned almost one million               acres of 
Yellowstone National Park in 1988 and the effects,                both 
positive and negative, on the ecology of the forest there.SUBJECT      
Forest fires --Yellowstone National Park.             Fire ecology.         
    Ecology.             Yellowstone National Park.             National 
parks and reserves.ALT NAME     Munoz, William, ill.OCLC #       
20492189.ISN/OTHER#   0823408078.LCCN         89024544 /AC.1 > EDM General  
          574.52 .P295                    USE IN LIBRARY


Popular Press Articles:Record 1 of 6UMI #        per02169925.AUTHOR       
Davenport, Derek A.TITLE        Physical sciences  : Fire:  Technology, 
Symbolism, Ecology,                Science, Hazard by Hazel 
Rossotti.DESCRIPT     p. 579-580 : Photograph.APPEARS IN   American 
Scientist 1994, v82n6, Nov p. 579-580 IASC 0003-0996.DATE         
1994.ABSTRACT     Review.NOTE         Availability: UMIACH788.00.           
  Article Length: Short (1-9 col inches)             Article Type: Book 
Review-Unfavorable.SUBJECT      Nonfiction.             Fires.             
Technology.             Symbolism.             Ecology.Record 2 of 6UMI #   
     per02143569.ARN          G-GAUD-44-29   .AUTHOR       McRae, 
Michael.TITLE        Why fight it?DESCRIPT     p. 74-76+APPEARS IN   
Audubon 1994, v96n6, Nov p. 74-76+ (3 pages) GAUD 0097-7136.DATE         
1994.ABSTRACT     The debate over which fires should be fought and which 
should be                left alone was rekindled by the deadly 1994 fire 
season.  The                debate involves the issues of land management 
and the                beneficial role of fire in ecosystems.NOTE         
Availability: UMIACH754.00.             Article Length: Long (31+ col 
inches)             Article Type: Feature.SUBJECT      Forest & brush 
fires.             Ecology.Record 3 of 6UMI #        per02111361.AUTHOR     
  Messina, M G.TITLE        Botany  : Fire ecology of Pacific Northwest 
forests by James K.                Agee.DESCRIPT     p. 312.APPEARS IN   
Choice 1994, v32n2, Oct p. 312 PCHO 0009-4978.DATE         1994.ABSTRACT    
 Review.NOTE         Availability: UMIACH6770.0.             Article 
Length: Short (1-9 col inches)             Article Type: Book 
Review-Favorable.SUBJECT      Pacific Northwest.             Nonfiction.    
         Ecology.             Forest & brush fires.Record 4 of 6UMI #       
 per01603432.AUTHOR       Callaway, Ragan M.TITLE        Vegetation 
dynamics, fire, and the physical environment in                coastal 
central California.DESCRIPT     p. 1567-1578 : Illustration, Map, Graph, 
Table.APPEARS IN   Ecology 1993, v74n5, Jul p. 1567-1578 (12 pages) GECO 
0012-9658.DATE         1993.ABSTRACT     A study used aerial photographs to 
measure transition rates as                evidence for mosaic shifts in 
vegetation.  Evidence suggests                that only portions of 
vegetation may be dynamic.NOTE         Availability: UMIACH6112.            
 Article Length: Long (31+ col inches)             Article Type: Feature.   
          Includes references.SUBJECT      Botany.             Flowers & 
plants.             Ecology.ALT AUTH     Davis, Frank W.Record 5 of 6UMI #  
      per01414224.AUTHOR       Hawkes, Nigel.TITLE        When fire is good 
for the forest.DESCRIPT     p. 13 : Photograph.APPEARS IN   World Magazine 
1992, n67, Dec p. 13 IWOM 0951-2195.DATE         1992.ABSTRACT     While 
few people realize it, six out of ten forest fires are                
caused by lightning and are part of a natural cycle of burning              
  and regrowth.  One such fire at Yellowstone National Park is              
  discussed.NOTE         Availability: UMIACH16904.00.             Article 
Length: Medium (10-30 col inches)             Article Type: Feature.SUBJECT 
     Yellowstone National Park.             National parks.             
Forest & brush fires.             Conservation.             Ecology.Record 
6 of 6UMI #        per00997524.ARN          G-GFNS-42-15   .AUTHOR       
Curtis, Sam.TITLE        Fire for Wildlife.DESCRIPT     p. 36-37+ : 
Photograph.APPEARS IN   Field & Stream (South Edition) 1992, v96n10, Feb p. 
36-37+ (4                pages) GFNS 8755-8602.DATE         1992.ABSTRACT   
  Attitudes about the role of fire in land management are slowly            
    changing.  The US Forest Service has found that fire can play a         
      positive role in regenerating and managing a variety of               
 wildlife habitats.NOTE         Availability: UMIACH10066.01.             
Article Length: Long (31+ col inches)             Article Type: 
Feature.SUBJECT      Forest & brush fires.             Ecology.             
Wildlife.



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