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Castner S.V. 1996 Bat Inventory of the Wet Beaver Creek Wilderness Area, Arizona Game and Fish Dept

Windes 1997 Herpetofauna Inventory of Wet Beaver Creek, Arizona Game and Fish Dept
Ffolliott P.F. 1976 An Assessment of Abert Squirrel and Cottontail Activities on Beaver Creek Watersheds, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Exp. Sta.
Brokaw L.G. 1981 Population Dynamics of an Invertebrate Community as Collected by Artificial Substrate in Chevelon Creek, Arizona, Northern Arizona University
Colletti, 1984 The effect of different densities of the mayfly nymph, Heptagenia criddlei, on stream diatom community structure, Northern Arizona University
May E.B. 1972 An Examination of the Aquatic Insect Populations of Oak Creek, Arizona, Northern Arizona University
Thompson J.R. 1968 Geology of Wet Beaver Creek Canyon, Yavapai County, Arizona, Northern Arizona University
Williams J.A. and T.C.Anderson, 1967 Soil survey, Beaver Creek Area, Arizona, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service and Soil Conservation Service
Baker M.B. 1982 Hydrologic Regimes of Forested Areas in the Beaver Creek Watershed, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Desta, A.S. 2006. Modeling Precipitation Runoff Relationships To Determine Water Yield. Masters Thesis, Northern Arizona University School of Forestry.
Flora, S.P. 2003 Hydrogeological Characterization and Discharge Variability of Springs in the Middle Verde River Watershed, Central Arizona, Northern Arizona University (file size: 8.13Mb)
Land Treatment
Worley D.P. 1965 The Beaver Creek pilot watershed for evaluating multiple-use effects of watershed treatments, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Hudgins T.D. 1976 The effects of various watershed management practices upon populations of small mammals, Northern Arizona University
Neff D.J. 1974 Forage preferences of trained mule deer on the Beaver Creek watersheds, Arizona Game and Fish Dept
Kruse W.H. 1983 Herbage Repsonse to Strip Cutting a Ponderosa Pine Watershed, Northern Arizona University
Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, 1977 The Beaver Creek Program : advancing forest and range resource management, U.S. Forest Service, Coconino National Forest
Conservation and Land Use  
Phillips, P.T. 2003 An Assessment of Human Settlement Impacts in the Riparian Areas of the Beaver Creek Watershed, Northern Arizona University  

Additionally, the Rocky Mountain Research Station provides these sources as well.
  1. Aldon, E.F. 1958. A wet year on Beaver Creek. (Record 269)
  2. Anderson, L.M. 1978. Social influences on public perception of the scenic quality of forested landscapes. (Record 797)
  3. Anderson, R.J. 1980. Relationship between rainfall and storm runoff for selected Arizona watersheds. (Record 270)
  4. Arthur, L.M. 1975. Testing the predictive utility of scenic beauty description models. (Record 798)
  5. Arthur, L.M. and R.S. Boster. 1976. Measuring scenic beauty: A selected annotated bibliography. (Record 800)
  6. Arthur, L.M., T.C. Daniel, and R.S. Boster. 1977. Scenic assessment: An overview. (Record 801)
  7. Ayer, H.W. 1977. The effects of land use policy on employment. (Record 156)
  8. Ayer, H.W. and J. Baskett. 1978. Elasticities: Supplementary statistics from interindustry studies. (Record 157)
  9. Baker, M.B. Jr. and J.S. Krammes. 1990. Arizona Watershed Program. (Record 46403048)
  10. Baker, M.B., Jr. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1998. Multiple resource evaluations on the Beaver Creek watershed: An annotated bibliography of 40 years of investigations. (Record 8)
  11. Baker, M.B., Jr., L.F. DeBano, and P.F. Ffolliott. 1995. Soil loss in piñon-juniper ecosystems and its influence on site productivity and desired future conditions. (Record 214)
  12. Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1964. Specific gravity of Arizona Gambel oak. (Record 757)
  13. Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1965. Specific gravity of alligator juniper in Arizona. (Record 758)
  14. Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1971a. Effects of extractives on specific gravity of southwestern ponderosa pine. (Record 760)
  15. Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1971b. Prospects for cottonwood utilization in Arizona. (Record 761)
  16. Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1972. The physical characteristics and utilization of major woodland tree species in Arizona. (Record 762)
  17. Barger, R.L. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1976. Factors affecting occurrence of compression wood in individual ponderosa pine trees. (Record 763)
  18. Baskett, J. 1976. Economic impacts of United States Forest Service policies on local communities: An interindustry analysis of the Salt-Verde Basin, Arizona. (Record 158)
  19. Beaulien, J.T. 1975. Effects of fire on understory plant populations in a northern Arizona ponderosa pine forest. (Record 231)
  20. Benfer, J.A. and S.S. Beus. 1968. The relationship of cinders to runoff in the Beaver Creek watersheds*. (Record 255)
  21. Beschta, R.L. 1974a. Climatology of the ponderosa pine type in central Arizona. (Record 149)
  22. Beus, S.S. 1968. Gravity data from the Beaver Creek Watersheds, Coconino County, Arizona*. (Record 256)
  23. Beus, S.S., R.W. Rush, and D. Smouse. 1966. Geologic investigation of experimental drainage basins 7-14, Beaver Creek Watershed, Coconino County, Arizona*. (Record 257)
  24. Bohren, C.F. and D.B. Thorud. 1973. Two theoretical models of radiation heat transfer between forest trees and snowpacks. (Record 827)
  25. Bojorquez-Tapia, L.A. 1987. Multiple-resource modelling in the forest and woodland ecosystems of Arizona. (Record 16)
  26. Boster, R.S. 1970. The value of primary versus secondary data in interindustry analysis in Arizona. (Record 159)
  27. Boster, R.S. 1971a. A critical appraisal of the environmental movement. (Record 160)
  28. Boster, R.S. 1971b. A critical appraisal of the environmental movement. (Record 161)
  29. Boster, R.S. 1971c. Ground water and the environmental movement. (Record 162)
  30. Boster, R.S. 1973. On the criteria for and possibility of quantifying the esthetic aspects of water resuorce projects. (Record 802)
  31. Boster, R.S. 1976. Methodologies for scenic assessment. (Record 803)
  32. Boster, R.S. and L.R. Davis. 1972. Soil-loss considerations in chaparral-to-grass conversions. (Record 18)
  33. Boster, R.S. and W. Martin. 1972. The value of primary versus secondary data in interindustry analysis: a study in the economics of economic models. (Record 163)
  34. Boster, R.S., P.F. O'Connell, and J.C. Thompson. 1974. Recreation uses change Mogollon Rim economy. (Record 164)
  35. Boster, R.S.; Daniel, T.C. 1972. Measuring public responses to vegetation management. (Record 776)
  36. Brown, C. and T.C. Daniel. 1984. Modeling forest scenic beauty: Concepts and application to ponderosa pine. (Record 805)
  37. Brown, H.E., M.B. Baker, Jr., J.J. Rogers, W.P. Clary, J.L. Kovner, F.R. Larson, C.C. Avery, and R.E. Campbell. 1974. Opportunities for increasing water yields and other multiple use values on ponderosa pine forest lands. (Record 389)
  38. Brown, T.C. 1976. Alternatives analysis for multiple use management: A case study. (Record 165)
  39. Brown, T.C. 1981. Tradeoff analysis in local land management planning. (Record 166)
  40. Brown, T.C. 1984. The concept of value in resource allocation. (Record 777)
  41. Brown, T.C. 1987. Production and cost of scenic beauty: examples for a ponderosa pine forest. (Record 167)
  42. Brown, T.C. and D.R. Carder. 1977. Sustained yield of what? (Record 170)
  43. Brown, T.C. and R.S. Boster. 1974. Effects of chaparral-to-grass conversion on wildfire suppression costs. (Record 168)
  44. Brown, T.C. and R.S. Boster. 1978. On the economics of timber damage appraisal for public forests. (Record 169)
  45. Brown, T.C. and T.C. Daniel. 1986. Predicting scenic beauty of timber stands. (Record 806)
  46. Brown, T.C. and T.C. Daniel. 1987. Context effects in perceived environmental quality assessment: Scence selection and landscape quality ratings. (Record 807)
  47. Campbell, R.E. and M.G. Ryan. 1982. Precipitation and temperature characteristics of forested watersheds in central Arizona. (Record 150)
  48. Campbell, R.E. and O.G. Stevenson. 1977. Solar radiation measurement in northern Arizona. (Record 151)
  49. Campbell, R.E., M.B. Baker, Jr., P.F. Ffolliott, F.R. Larson, and C.C. Avery. 1977. Wildfire effects on a ponderosa pine ecosystem. (Record 232)
  50. Clary, W.P. 1964. A method for predicting potential herbage yield on the Beaver Creek Pilor Watershed. (Record 819)
  51. Clary, W.P. 1983. Interfacing physical data and economics. (Record 172)
  52. Covington, W., D.B. Wood, A. Tecle, and B.E. Fox. 1989. Current status of the TEAMS decision support system in forest plans. (Record 815)
  53. Covington, W.W. and B.E. Fox. 1991. Overstory: Understory:understory relationships in southwestern ponderosa pine. (Record 820)
  54. Daniel, T.C. 1976a. Criteria for the development of perceived environmental indices. (Record 808)
  55. Daniel, T.C. 1976b. Public perception based assessment of esthetics resources: The scenic beauty estimation method. (Record 809)
  56. Daniel, T.C. 1977b. Measuring public preference for scenic quality. (Record 810)
  57. Daniel, T.C. 1977c. Public perception based assessment of forest aesthetics. (Record 811)
  58. Daniel, T.C. 1979. Integration of esthetics evaluation with visual inventory and physical feature models. (Record 812)
  59. Daniel, T.C. and R.S. Boster. 1976. Measuring landscape esthetics: The scenic beauty estimation method. (Record 814)
  60. Daniel, T.C., L.M. Anderson, H.W. Schroeder, and L. Wheeler, III. 1977. Mapping the scenic beauty of forest landscapes. (Record 813)
  61. Davis, J.R. 1965. A survey of an intentional burn in Arizona ponderosa pine. (Record 233)
  62. Davis, J.R., P.F. Ffolliott, and W.P. Clary. 1968. A fire prescription for consuming ponderosa pine duff. (Record 234)
  63. DeBano, L.F., M.B. Baker, Jr., and P.F. Ffolliott. 1995. Effects of prescribed fire on watershed resources: A conceptual model. (Record 235)
  64. DeBano, L.F., M.B. Baker, Jr., P.F. Ffolliott, and D.G. Neary. 1996. Fire severity and watershed resource response in the Southwest. (Record 236)
  65. Dong, C. 1996. Effects of vegetative manipulations on sediment concentrations in northern-central Arizona. (Record 216)
  66. Ekholm, A. 1977. The impact of tourism in the Flagstaff trade area. (Record 173)
  67. Emmons, P.J. 1977. Relationship between seismic velocity, degree of weathering, and seepage potential: Watershed 17, Beaver Creek watershed, Coconino County, Arizona. (Record 258)
  68. Eskandari, A., P.F. Ffolliott, and F. Szidarovszky. 1994. Multicriterion decision-making for sustainable watershed resources management. (Record 174)
  69. Eskandari, A., P.F. Ffolliott, and F. Szidarovszky. 1995a. Uncertainty in multicriterion watershed management problems. (Record 175)
  70. Eskandari, A., P.F. Ffolliott, and F. Szidarovszky. 1995b. Decision support system in watershed management under uncertainty. (Record 176)
  71. Eskandari, A., P.F. Ffolliott, and F. Szidarovszky. 1995c. Decision support system in watershed management. (Record 177)
  72. Eskandari, A., P.F. Ffolliott, and F. Szidarovszky. 1995d. Uncertainty and method choice in discrete multiobjective programming problems. (Record 178)
  73. Ffolliott, P.F and D.B. Thorud. 1975. Watershed management's effects on many resources. (Record 46403102)
  74. Ffolliott, P.F. 1977. Product potential of pinyon-juniper woodlands. (Record 764)
  75. Ffolliott, P.F. 1983a. Implications of snag policies on management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests. (Record 438)
  76. Ffolliott, P.F. 1990c. Opportunities for fire management in the future. (Record 237)
  77. Ffolliott, P.F. and D.B. Thorud. 1976b. Watershed managements' effects on many resources. (Record 408)
  78. Ffolliott, P.F. and D.P. Guertin. 1990b. Prescribed fire in Arizona ponderosa pine forests: A 24-year case study. (Record 238)
  79. Ffolliott, P.F. and E.T. Bartlett. 1991. Dry forests of North America: Opportunities for multiple use resource management. (Record 404)
  80. Ffolliott, P.F. and R.L. Barger. 1967. Occurrence of stem features affecting quality in cutover southwestern ponderosa pine. (Record 765)
  81. Ffolliott, P.F. and R.L. Barger. 1976. Primary wood product recovery from cutover ponderosa pine timber in north-central Arizona. (Record 766)
  82. Ffolliott, P.F. and W.P. Clary. 1986. Pinyon-juniper woodlands in the Southwest. (Record 767)
  83. Ffolliott, P.F., D.L. Fishers, and D.B. Thorud. 1972. A physiographic survey of the ponderosa pine type on the Salt-Verde River Basin. (Record 259)
  84. Ffolliott, P.F., F.R. Larson, and R.L. Barger. 1971. Predicting scaled volume recoverable from cutover southwestern ponderosa pine stands. (Record 768)
  85. Ffolliott, P.F., G.J. Gottfried, and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1989. Water yield from forest snowpack management: Research findings in Arizona and New Mexico. (Record 568)
  86. Ffolliott, P.F., W.O. Rasmussen, and G.J. Gottfried. 1983. Stem characteristic changes affect long-term planning for timber resource utilization. (Record 769)
  87. Ffolliott, P.F., W.O. Rasmussen, and J.G. Patterson. 1980. Biomass for energy: Potentials in Arizona. (Record 770)
  88. Ffolliott, P.F., W.P. Clary, and F.R. Larson. 1976a. Fire scene: 11 years after. (Record 239)
  89. Ffolliott, P.F., W.P. Clary, and F.R. Larson. 1977. Effects of a prescribed fire in an Arizona ponderosa pine forest. (Record 240)
  90. Fogel, M.M., P.F. Ffolliott, and A. Tecle. 1988. Multi-purpose management of forest resources. (Record 179)
  91. Fox, B.E. 1987. Fuelwood opportunities from Arizona pinyon-juniper stands. (Record 771)
  92. Fox, B.E., D.B. Wood, W.W. Covington, and A. Tecle. 1989. The effect of planning unit size on implementing forest plans. (Record 816)
  93. Fox, K.M., P.F. Ffolliott, M.B. Baker, Jr., and L.F. DeBano. 2000. More water for Arizona: A history of the Arizona Watershed Program and the Arizona Water Resources Committee. (Record 147)
  94. Gabbert, W.A. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1985. Prediction of nutrient and heavy metal transport capacities of suspended sediment. (Record 217)
  95. Garrett, L.D., W.W. Covington, and A. Tecle. 1989. Research needs in the Southwest ponderosa pine type. (Record 838)
  96. Gopen, S.R. 1974. A time-space technique to analyze snowpacks in and adjacent to openings in the forest. (Record 578)
  97. Gosz, J.R., C.S. White, and P.F. Ffolliott. 1979. Nutrient and heavy metal transport capabilities of sediment in the southwestern United States. (Record 218)
  98. Gosz, J.R., C.S. White, and P.F. Ffolliott. 1980. Nutrient and heavy metal transport capabilities of sediment in the southwestern United States. (Record 219)
  99. Gottfried, G.J. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1981. Evaluation of the use of Soil Conservation Service snow course data in describing local snow condition in Arizona forests. (Record 579)
  100. Gregory, P.W. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1976. Water quality of streamflow from forested watersheds on sedimentary soils. (Record 642)
  101. Hansen, E.A. 1966b. Suspended sediment concentrations as related to watershed variables in central Arizona. (Record 220)
  102. Hassell, M.J. 1976. Forest Service's role in Arizona's water future. (Record 836)
  103. Heede, B.H. 1984. Overland flow and sediment delivery: an experiment with small subdrainage in southwestern ponderosa pine forests (Colorado, USA). (Record 221)
  104. Heede, B.H. 1988a. The influence of vegetation and its spatial distribution on sediment delivery from selected Arizona forests and woodlands. (Record 222)
  105. Hendricks, D.M. 1979a. The release of nutrients from parent materials as influenced by weathering. (Chapter 3). (Record 828)
  106. Hendricks, D.M. 1979b. Soil formation rates as related to forest watershed conditions (Chapter 6). (Record 829)
  107. Kelso, M.M. 1962. Economic of upstream management. (Record 180)
  108. Kelso, M.M., and L. Mack. 1964. The value of additional surface water to agriculture in the Salt River Project. (Record 181)
  109. Kennedy, F.H. 1957. Progress report on water management on the Arizona National Forests. (Record 46403111)
  110. Kennedy, F.H. 1958. The watershed: management of mountain forests for more water, timber and forage: costs - so far determined in various types of watershed pilot projects now being developed by the Forest Service. (Record 46403215)
  111. King, D.A. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1972. Rate of value increase: A decision guide for timber management. (Record 182)
  112. Klemmedson, J.O. 1979a. Decomposition of forest floor and transfer of nutrients to the soils. (Chapter 5). (Record 832)
  113. Klemmedson, J.O. 1979b. Nutrient input by precipitation and the effect of precipitation on nutrient transfer by throughfall and stemflow (Chapter 2). (Record 830)
  114. Klemmedson, J.O. 1979c. Transfer of nutrients from the standing forest to the forest floor by litterfall. (Chapter 4). (Record 831)
  115. Klemmedson, J.O. 1981. Transfer of nutrients from the standing forest to the forest floor by litterfall. (Revision of chapter 4)*. (Record 833)
  116. Klemmedson, J.O. and D.M. Hendricks. 1979. Study of nutrient and soil balance in ponderosa pine ecosystems in relation to stand composition and land treatment*. (Record 834)
  117. Larson, F.R., P.F. Ffolliott, and K.E. Moessner. 1974. Using aerial measurements of forest overstory and topography to estimate peak snowpack. (Record 336)
  118. Lloyd, R.D. 1969. Economics of multiple use. (Record 183)
  119. Lopes, V.L. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1992a. Erosion-sedimentation processes on upland watersheds in dryland environment: An initial conceptual development. (Record 223)
  120. Lopes, V.L. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1993c. Sediment rating curves for a clearcut ponderosa pine watershed in northern Arizona. (Record 224)
  121. Lopes, V.L. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1995. Effects of forest harvesting practices on streamflow-sediment relationships for southwestern ponderosa pine watersheds. (Record 225)
  122. Lopes, V.L., P.F. Ffolliott, G.J. Gottfried, M.B. Baker, Jr. 1996. Sediment rating curves for pinyon-juniper watersheds in north-central Arizona. (Record 226)
  123. Lowe, P.O. 1975. Potential wildlife benefits of fire in ponderosa pine forests. (Record 242)
  124. Lowe, P.O., P.F. Ffolliott, J.H. Dieterich, and D.R. Patton. 1978. Determining potential wildlife benefits from wildfire in Arizona ponderosa pine forests. (Record 243)
  125. Martin, W.E. and G.B. Snider. 1979. Valuation of water and forage from the Salt-Verde Basin of Arizona*. (Record 778)
  126. Martin, W.E. and G.B. Snider. 1980. The value of forage for grazing cattle in the Salt-Verde Basin of Arizona. (Record 184)
  127. McAda, D.P. 1978. Indexing solar radiation by clouds for snowmelt modeling. (Record 152)
  128. McAda, D.P. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1978. Solar radiation as indexed by clouds for snowmelt modeling. (Record 153)
  129. McAda, D.P. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1987. Predicting solar radiation from cloud cover for snowmelt modeling. (Record 154)
  130. McCabe, K.W. 1971. A geo-botanical study of Stoneman Lake, Wet Beaver Creek experimental drainage basin, Coconino County, Arizona. (Record 260)
  131. McCain, R.G. 1976. Relationship between water loss from stream channels and gravity and seismic measurements: Beaver Creek watershed 7, Coconino County, Arizona. (Record 261)
  132. McTague, J.P. 1991. Chapter 3. Tree growth and yield in southwestern ponderosa pine forests. (Record 821)
  133. Miller, R.L and T.N. Johnsen. 1970. Effects of tree and sawyer factors on costs of felling large alligator junipers. (Record 187)
  134. Miller, R.L. 1969. Progress in developing multiple-use forest watershed production models. (Record 185)
  135. Miller, R.L. 1971. Clearing an alligator juniper watershed with saws and chemicals: A cost analysis. (Record 186)
  136. Miller, R.L. and F.R. Larson. 1973. A cost analysis of clearing a ponderosa pine watershed. (Record 188)
  137. Montrey, H. 1991. Forest Service Research in the Southwest: Reflections and Projections. (Record 46403160)
  138. Neff, D.J. 1974b. Forage preferences of trained mule deer on the Beaver Creek watersheds. (Record 727)
  139. Neff, D.J. 1980a. Effects of watershed treatments on deer and elk range use*. (Record 728)
  140. Neff, D.J. 1980b. Occurrence of game forage plants on experimental watersheds*. (Record 729)
  141. Neff, D.J., C.Y. McCulloch, D.E. Brown, C.H. Lowe, and J.F. Barstad. 1979. Forest, range, and watershed management for enhanced wildlife habitat in Arizona. (Record 731)
  142. Neff, D.J., O.C. Wallmo, and D.C. Morrison. 1965. A determination of defecation rate of elk. (Record 730)
  143. O'Connell, P.F. 1970. Economic modeling in natural resource planning. (Record 189)
  144. O'Connell, P.F. 1972a. Economics of chaparral management in the Southwest. (Record 190)
  145. O'Connell, P.F. 1972b. Valuation of timber, forage, and water from National Forest lands. (Record 191)
  146. O'Connell, P.F. 1974. Detailed studies in the Salt-Verde watershed. (Record 192)
  147. O'Connell, P.F. 1977. Economic evaluation of non-marked goods and services. (Record 193)
  148. O'Connell, P.F., and H.E. Brown. 1970. The use of production functions in multile-use evaluation of land treatments on the Beaver Creek pilot watersheds. (Record 195)
  149. O'Connell, P.F., and H.E. Brown. 1972. Use of production functions to evaluate multiple use treatments on forested watersheds. (Record 196)
  150. O'Connell, P.F., and R.S. Boster. 1974. Demands on national forests require coordinated planning. (Record 194)
  151. Patterson, J.G. 1980. Potential energy equivalents of vegetation types in Arizona. (Record 772)
  152. Patton, D.R. 1974a. Characteristics of ponderosa pine stands selected by the Abert's squirrel for cover. (Record 732)
  153. Patton, D.R. 1974b. Estimating food consumption from twigs clipped by the Abert squirrel. (Record 733)
  154. Patton, D.R. 1975a. Abert squirrel cover requirements in southwestern ponderosa pine. (Record 735)
  155. Patton, D.R. 1975b. Nest use and home range of three Abert squirrels as determined by radio tracking. (Record 734)
  156. Patton, D.R. 1977. Managing southwestern ponderosa pine for the Abert squirrel. (Record 736)
  157. Patton, D.R. 1984. A model to evaluate Abert squirrel habitat in uneven-aged ponderosa pine. (Record 737)
  158. Patton, D.R. 1991. Chapter 8. The ponderosa pine forest as wildlife habitat. (Record 841)
  159. Patton, D.R. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1975. Selected bibliography of wildlife and habitats for the Southwest. (Record 738)
  160. Patton, D.R., H.G., Hudak, and T.D. Ratcliff. 1976. Trapping, anesthetizing and marking the Abert squirrel. (Record 739)
  161. Patton, D.R., T.D. Ratcliff, and K.J. Rodgers. 1976. Weight and temperature of the Abert and Kaibab squirrels. (Record 740)
  162. Pearson, H.A. 1968. Thinning, clearcutting, and reseeding affect deer and elk use of ponderosa pine forests in northern Arizona. (Record 741)
  163. Pearson, H.A., Jr., R. Davis, and G.H. Schubert. 1972. Effects of wildfire on timber and forage production in Arizona. (Record 244)
  164. Poudel, P.K. 1979. Capitalization of environmental benefits into property values: Literature review. (Record 197)
  165. Price, R. 1958. Watershed management research in the Southwest (A literature review). (Record 839)
  166. Price, R. 1976. History of Forest Service Research in the Central and southern Rocky Mountain Regions, 1908-1975. (Record 840)
  167. Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1978a. Error processing systems for integrated resource data. (Record 248)
  168. Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1978b. Should an organization use existing data or collect new? (Record 249)
  169. Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1981b. Ecosystem response simulation as an aid in computer assisted utility corridor siting. (Record 250)
  170. Rasmussen, W.O. and P.F. Ffolliott. 1981e. Surface area corrections applied to a resource map. (Record 251)
  171. Rasmussen, W.O., J.L. Thames, and P.F. Ffolliott. 1980. Predicting the spatial variation in erosion. (Record 253)
  172. Rasmussen, W.O., P.F. Ffolliott, and G. Halfter. 1981. Storage, manipulation, and display of geographic multi-resource data for La Michilia Biosphere Reserve in Mexico. (Record 252)
  173. Rasmussen, W.O., R.N. Weisz, P.F. Ffolliott, and D.R. Carder. 1980. Planning for forest roads: A computer-assisted procedure for selection of alternative corridors. (Record 254)
  174. Reich, B.M. 1971b. Feasibility study of conceptual models for Beaver Creek hydrology*. (Record 784)
  175. Reich, B.M. 1971c. Runoff estimates for small rural watersheds. (Record 782)
  176. Reynolds, H.G. 1972. Wildlife habitat improvement in relation to watershed management in the Southwest. (Record 742)
  177. Reynolds, H.G., W.P. Clary, and P.F. Ffolliott. 1970. Gambel oak for southwestern wildlife. (Record 743)
  178. Richards, M.T. and T.C. Daniel. 1989. Recreation and esthetics management in southwestern ponderosa pine: Assessing research needs. (Record 791)
  179. Richards, M.T. and T.C. Daniel. 1991. Chapter 7. Management of recreation and esthetic values in southwestern ponderosa pine forest. (Record 792)
  180. Rupp, D.E.; Tecle, A. 1995. A stochastic model for simulating daily temperature and humidity on a ponderosa pine type watershed. (Record 822)
  181. Rush, R.W. 1965. Report of geologic investigations of six experimental drainage basins, Beaver Creek Watershed, Yavapai County, Arizona*. (Record 262)
  182. Rush, R.W. and D. Smouse. 1968. Geologic investigation of experimental drainage basins 15-18 and Bar M Canyon, Beaver Creek Watershed, Coconino County, Arizona*. (Record 263)
  183. Schlund, S.S. 1982. Potential energy equivalents of biomass residues from land management practices in Arizona. (Record 773)
  184. Scholtz, J.F. 1968. Geology of the Woods Canyon drainage basin, Coconino County, Arizona. (Record 264)
  185. Scholtz, J.F. 1969a. The Beaver Creek volcanics: a new formation, Coconino-Yavapai Counties, Arizona. (Record 265)
  186. Scholtz, J.F. 1969b. Evidence for revision of the name Hickey Formation east of the Verde Valley, Coconino County, Arizona. (Record 266)
  187. Scholtz, J.F. 1969c. Investigation of low-stage transmission losses in stream channels on watersheds 7, 9, 11, and 12; Beaver Creek experimental drainage basin, Coconino County, Arizona*. (Record 267)
  188. Schroeder, H.W. 1977a. Predicting aesthetic evaluations for forest roads. (Record 793)
  189. Schroeder, H.W. 1977b. Predicting the aesthetic quality of forest roads. (Record 794)
  190. Senn, R.A., Jr. 1977. The effect of time on ponderosa pine stem form. (Record 774)
  191. Senn, R.A., M. McMurtray, P.F. Ffolliott, G.J. Gottfried, and F.R. Larson. 1981. Effects of southwestern ponderosa pine mortality on potential wood product recovery. (Record 775)
  192. Simons, D.B., L.Y. Shiao, R.M. Li, and K.G. Eggert. 1977. Storm water and sediment runoff simulation for upland watersheds using analytical routing techniques. Vol. II, Sediment yield. (Record 826)
  193. Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and B.E. Spronk. 1978a. Storm and water and sediment runoff simulation for a system of multiple watersheds. Vol I., Water routing and yield. Final Report. (Record 825)
  194. Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and B.E. Spronk. 1978b. Storm water and sediment runoff simulation for a system of multiple watersheds. Volume II. Sediment routing and yield. Final Report. (Record 824)
  195. Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and T.J. Ward. 1978c. Mapping of potential landslide areas in terms of slope stability. Final Report. (Record 786)
  196. Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and T.J. Ward. 1980. Application of road sediment models to natural and simulated rainfall-runoff sites. Final report. (Record 787)
  197. Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, and T.J. Ward. 1981. Analysis of data collection and processing system for Beaver Creek Watershed, Arizona. Final Report. (Record 788)
  198. Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, K.G. Eggert, D. Zachmann. 1981. Quasi-analytical formulation for calculation of infiltration and runoff. Final report. (Record 785)
  199. Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, T.J. Ward, and M. Ballantine. 1980. Methodology for estimating erosion rates and sediment yields for lead forest land management alternatives. Final Report. (Record 789)
  200. Simons, D.B., R.M. Li, T.J. Ward, and M. Ballantine. 1981. User's guide for providing model input information for a generalized land plannig model. Final Report. (Record 790)
  201. Sims, B.D. 1979. Effect of fire on water quality in an Arizona ponderosa pine forest. (Record 245)
  202. Sims, B.D., G.S. Lehman, and P.F. Ffolliott. 1981. Some effects of controlled burning on surface water quality. (Record 246)
  203. Solomon, R.M., P.F. Ffolliott, and J.R. Thompson. 1976. Correlation between transmissivity and basal area in Arizona ponderosa pine forests. (Record 155)
  204. Szaro, R.C. 1976. Population densities, habitat selection, and foliage use by the birds of selected ponderosa pine forest areas in the Beaver Creek Watershed, Arizona. (Record 744)
  205. Szaro, R.C., and R.P. Balda. 1975. The effects of seasonality on bird communities in the ponderosa pine forest. (Record 745)
  206. Szaro, R.C., and R.P. Balda. 1979a. Bird community dynamics in a ponderosa pine forest. (Record 746)
  207. Szaro, R.C., and R.P. Balda. 1979b. Effects of harvesting ponderosa pine on nongame bird populations. (Record 747)
  208. Szaro, R.C., and R.P. Balda. 1982. Selection and monitoring of avian indicator species: An example from a ponderosa pine forest in the Southwest. (Record 748)
  209. Szaro, R.C., and R.P. Balda. 1986. Relationships among weather, habitat structure, and ponderosa pine forest birds. (Record 749)
  210. Szaro, R.C., J.D. Brawn, and R.P. Balda. 1990. Yearly variation in resource-use behavior by ponderosa pine forest birds. (Record 750)
  211. Tecle, A. 1987. Multiobjective forest watershed management. (Record 199)
  212. Tecle, A. 1988. Choice of multicriterion decision-making techniques for watershed management. (Record 198)
  213. Tecle, A. 1991. Chapter 5. Hydrology and watershed management in southwestern ponderosa pine forests. (Record 783)
  214. Tecle, A. 1991. Chapter 6. Water quality in southwestern ponderosa pine forests. (Record 835)
  215. Tecle, A., D.P. Dykstra, W.W. Covington, and L.D. Garrett. 1990. Proposed methodology for soil loss prediction from southwestern forests. (Record 823)
  216. Tecle, A., F. Szidarovszky, and L. Duckstein. 1995. Conflict analysis in multi-resource forest management with multiple decision-makers. (Record 204)
  217. Tecle, A., L. Duckstein, and P. Korhonen. 1994. Interactive, multiobjective programming for forest resource management. (Record 200)
  218. Tecle, A., L. Duckstein, W.W. Covington, and D.B. Wood. 1989. Uncertainty and risk in forest management. (Record 780)
  219. Tecle, A., M.M. Fogel, and L. Duckstein. 1987. Multicriterion forest watershed resources management. (Record 201)
  220. Tecle, A., M.M. Fogel, and L. Duckstein. 1988. Choice of multicriterion decision making model for forest watershed resources management. (Record 202)
  221. Tecle, A., M.M. Fogel, and L. Duckstein. 1988. Multicriterion analysis of forest watershed management alternatives. (Record 203)
  222. Tecle, A., W.W. Covington, D.B Wood, and B.E. Fox. 1989. Conflict resolution in multiresource forest management via multiobjective analysis. (Record 779)
  223. Thompson, A.E. 1972. Research in landscape architecture. (Record 796)
  224. Thompson, J.R., Jr. 1968. Geology of Wet Beaver Creek Canyon, Yavapai County, Arizona. (Record 268)
  225. Turkowski, F.J. 1980. Carnivore food habits and habitat use in ponderosa pine forests. (Record 751)
  226. Turner, J.M. 1974. Allocation of forest management practices on public lands. (Record 205)
  227. Turner, J.M. and F.R. Larson. 1974. Cost analysis of experimental treatments on ponderosa pine watersheds. (Record 206)
  228. Urness, P.J., A.D. Smith, and R.K. Watkins. 1977. Comparison of in vivo and in vitro dry matter digestibility of mule deer forages. (Record 754)
  229. Urness, P.J., D.J. Neff, and J.R. Vahle. 1975. Nutrient content of mule deer diets from ponderosa pine range. (Record 752)
  230. Urness, P.J., D.J. Neff, and R.K, Watkins. 1975. Nutritive value of mule deer forages on ponderosa pine summer range in Arizona. (Record 753)
  231. USDA Forest Service. 1960. Watershed Management Research. (Record 46403135)
  232. USDA Forest Service. 1961. Watershed Management Research. (Record 46403136)
  233. USDA Forest Service. 1970. Hydrologic Diversity in Arizona. (Record 46403143)
  234. Wallmo, C. 1964. Arizona's 'educated' deer. (Record 755)
  235. Wallmo, C., and D.J. Neff. 1970. Direct observations of tamed deer to measure their consumption of natural forage. (Record 756)
  236. Ward, T.J. 1983. Interpretation and analysis of Beaver Creek sediment research data*. (Record 227)
  237. Ward, T.J. and M.B. Baker, Jr. 1984. Sediment from managed pine watershed in northern central Arizona. (Record 228)
  238. Wells, C.G., R.E. Campbell, L.F. DeBano, C.E. Lewis, R.L. Fredridsen, E.C. Franklin, R.C. Froelich, and P.H. Dunn. 1979. Effects of fire on soil: A state-of-knowledge review. (Record 247)
  239. Wigdor, Y. 1994. Applicability of selected sediment transport equations to pinyon-juniper woodlands. (Record 229)
  240. Wigdor, Y., V.L. Lopes, and P.F. Ffolliott. 1996. Comparison of sediment discharge predictions for small watersheds in the southwestern United States. (Record 230)
  241. Wong, P., J. Barriga, and D.R. Carder. 1976. Methods for estimating traffic volumes and compositions on national forests roads. (Record 207)
  242. Wood, D.B., W.W. Covington, A. Tecle, B.E. Fox, and C. Gordon. 1989. Use of a computer-aided decision support system in forest plan implementation. (Record 818)
  243. Worley, D.P. 1961. Objectives and methods of economics evaluation on the Beaver Creek watershed project. (Record 208)
  244. Worley, D.P. 1962. Some problems in range economics research. (Record 209)
  245. Worley, D.P. 1965. The Beaver Creek pilot watershed for evaluating multiple use effects of watershed treatments. (Record 210)
  246. Worley, D.P. 1966. A forest inventory approach to multiple use analysis. (Record 781)
  247. Worley, D.P. 1966. Economic evaluation of watershed management alternatives of the Beaver Creek Watershed - Arizona. (Record 211)
  248. Worley, D.P. and R.L. Miller. 1964. A procedure for upstream watershed economic evaluation. (Record 212)
  249. Worley, D.P., G.L. Mudell, and R.L. Williamson. 1965. Gross job time studies - an efficient method for analyzing forestry costs. (Record 213)

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