Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference – Volume 21

Fire and Forest Ecology: Innovative Silviculture & Vegetation Management, an International Symposium

1. Fifth E. V. Komarek, St. Memorial Fire Ecology Lecture. Global Transitions in Fire and Fire Management: Retrospectives and Perspectives, by Johann G. Goldammer, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, pp. 1 – 9

2. Banquet Speech. Honey, I Think I Shrunk the Drip Torch!, by Bob Izlar, University of Georgia, pp. 10 – 11

3. Perspectives on Using Prescribed Fire to Achieve Desired Ecosystem Conditions, by James M. Vose, pp. 12 – 17

4. Long-Term Effects of Biennial Prescribed Fires on the Growth of Longleaf Pine, by William D. Boyer, pp. 18-21

5. Plant Succession and Community restoration Following Felling and Burning in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, by Barton D. Clinton and James M. Vose, pp. 22 – 29

6. Age and Stand structure of Old-Growth Oak in Florida High Pine (Abstract), by Cathryn H. Greenberg and Robert W. Simons, p. 30

7. Maintenance of a Vegetative fuel Break at Acadia National Park, Maine (Abstract), by Mark A. Herberger, p. 30

8. Thirty-Five Year Results from the Stoddard Fire Plots: A Study of Fire Frequency in the Red Hills of North Florida and South Georgia (Abstract), by Sharon M. Hermann, p. 31

9. Understory Plant Community Response to Season of Burn in Natural Longleaf Pine Forests, by John S. Kush, Ralph S. Meldahl, and William D. Boyer, pp. 32 – 39

10. Herbaceous Diversity and Spatial Pattern in Longleaf Pine Communities: A Comparison of Natural Stands and Plantations (Abstract), by Randall S. Mejeur, Joan L. Walker, and Brian P. Van Eerden, p. 40

11. Fuel Loads and Overstory Conditions at Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, by Brian P. Oswald, Randy G. Balice, and Kelly B. Scott, pp. 41 – 45

12. Disturbance History of the Tanana River Basin in Alaska: Management Implications, by James S. Roessler and Edmond C. Packee, pp. 46 – 57

13. Effects of Fire Injury on Water Relations of Ponderosa Pine, by Kevin C. Ryan, pp. 58 – 66

14. Miller Creek: Ecosystem Recovery in a Western Montana Forest 30 Years after Prescribed Burning and Wildfire, by Jonalea R. Tonn, Martin F. Jurgensen , Glenn D. Mroz, and Deborah S. Page-Dumroese, pp. 67 – 73

15. A Portable Burn Device for Conducting Fire Effects Studies (Abstract), by Brian P. Van Eerden and Joan L. Walker, p. 74

16. An Experimental Approach to Assess the Effect of Corridor Width of Fire Movement Across North Florida Landscapes (Abstract), by Karen A. Whitney and Larry D. Harris, p. 74

17. The Use of Prescribed Fire to Accomplish Resource Management Objectives by Increasing the Production and Diversity of Plant Communities (Abstract), by James K. Wolf and Gary Bingham, p. 75

18. Fire Ecology and Use in Relation to Boreal Forest Ecosystem structure and Function, by Michael G. Weber, pp; 76 – 84

19. Fire Impacts on forest Soils: A Comparison to Mechanical and Chemical site Preparation, by Daniel G. Neary, Leonard F. DeVano, and Peter F. Efolliott, pp. 85 – 94

20. Characteristics of Soils in an Oak-Dominated Forest Subject to Long-Term Prescribed Fires in Franklin county, Tennessee, by Debra H. Phillips, John E. Foss, Cynthia A. Stiles, John S. Wah, and Richard M. Evans, pp. 95 – 102

21. Restoration of Ponderosa Pine Ecosystems: Concepts and Principles (Abstract), by W. Wallace Covington, Margaret M. Moore, and Peter Z. Fulé, p. 103

22. Implementing the Expanded Prescribed Fire Program on the Gila National Forest New Mexico: Implications for Snag Management, by Paul F. Boucher, William M. Block, Gary V. Benavidez, and L.E. Wiebe, pp. 104 – 113

23. Sand Pine Scrub Vegetation Response to Two Burning and Two Non-burning Treatments, by Richard E. Roberts and Anne C. Cox, pp. 114 – 124

24. Fire Suppression and the Federal Wildland Fire Management Policy in Threatened and Endangered Species Habitat (Abstract), by George Sheppard, p. 125

25. Restoration of Mixed-Oak Forests in Southern Ohio with Prescribed Fire (Abstract), Elaine Kennedy Sutherland, p. 126

26. Fire “and” Herbicides? Fire “or” Herbicides? What are the issues?, by Shepard M. Zedaker, pp. 127 – 130

27. Restoring Longleaf Pine-Wiregrass Ecosystems: Low-Rate Hexazinone Application Enhances Effects of Prescribed Fire (Abstract), by Dale G. Brockway and Kenneth W. Outcalt, p. 131

28. Fire and Pesticides: A Review of Air Quality Considerations, by Parshall B. Bush, Daniel G. Neary, and Charles K. McMahon, pp. 132 – 136

29. The Relative Effectiveness of Prescribed Burning and Herbicide Applications for Controlling Fennel on Santa Cruz Island, California (Abstract), by Robert C. Klinger and Bob Brenton, p. 137

30. Imazapyr-Fire Interactions for Bobwhite Quail Habitat Enhancement (Abstract), by Mark W. Thomas, p. 138

31. Fire Regimes and the Management of Biodiversity in Temperate and Tropical Eucalyptus Forest Landscapes in Australia, by Richard J. Williams and Ross A. Bradstock, pp. 139 – 150

32. Effects of Wildfire on Densities of Secondary Cavity-Nesting Birds in Ponderosa Pine Forests of Northern Arizona, by Jill K. Dwyer and William M. Block, pp. 151 – 156

33. Effect of Time Elapsed After Prescribed Burning in Longleaf Pine Stands on Potential Prey of the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker (Abstract), by James L. Hanula and Kirsten C. New, p. 157

34. Prescribed Burning: Observations on the Interaction of Wildlife with Fire in State Parks of Southwestern Florida, by Terry Hingtgen, pp. 158 – 162

35. Effects of Wildfire Severity on Small Mammals in Northern Arizona Ponderosa Pine Forests, by Sean C. Kyle and William M. Block, pp. 163 – 168

36. Movements and Survival of Bachman’ Sparrows in Response to Growing-Season Prescibed Burns in South Carolina (Abstract), by Bradford D. Seaman and David G. Krementz, p. 169

37. Policy Issues Facing Prescribed Burning Today (Abstract), by Frank T. Cole, p. 169

38. Influences on Prescribed Burning Activity in the National Forest System, by David A. Cleaves, Terry K. Haines and Jorge Martinez, pp. 170 – 177

39. Occurrence of Fire in Longleaf Pine Stands in the Southeastern United States, by Kenneth W, Outcalt, pp. 178 – 182

40. Recent Advances in the Silvicultural Use of Prescribed Fire, by David H. Van Lear, pp. 183 – 189

41. Methods for Restoring Long-Unburned Florida Oak-Saw Palmetto Scrub Using Mecahnical Cutting and Prescribed Burning (Abstract), by Shannon R. Boyle, Paul A. Schmalzer, and Frederic W. Adrian, p. 190

42. Using Prescribed Fire to Regenerate Table Mountain Pine in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, by Patrick H. Brose and Thomas A. Waldrop, pp. 191 – 196

43. A Shelterwood-Burn Technique for Regenerating Productive Upland Oak sites in the Piedmont Region (Abstract), by Patrick H. Brose, David H. Van Lear, and Patrick D. Keyser, p. 197

44. The Role of Fire, Canopy Gaps, and Deer Browsing in Forest Regeneration in Secons-Growth Stands: Pretreatment Results (Abstract), by Rachel J. Collins and Walther P. Carson, p. 197

45. Restoring Fire to Red and White Pine-Dominated Ecosystems in the Lake States: History and Ecological Responses (Abstract), by Donald I. Dickmann, p. 198

46. Fire as a Silvicultural Tool to Improve Southern Appalachian Pine-Hardwood Stands (Avstract), by Katherine J. Elliott, James M. Vose, and Wayne T. Swank, p. 198

47. Exploring Methods for Maintaining Old-Growth structure in Forests with a Frequent-Fire History: A Case Study, by Stephen A. Fitzgerald, William H. emmingham, Gregory M. Filip, and Paul T. Oester, pp. 199 – 206

48. Practice of Silviculture and Vegetation Management on Industrial Timberlands, by David W. Gerhardt, pp. 207 – 210

49. Prescribed Fire and Selective harvesting: An Evaluation of Ecological Forest Management I the Red Hills Region of Florida and Georgia (Abstract), by Stephen T. Lindeman, p. 211

50. Flatwoods Restoration on the St. Johns River Water Management District, Florida: A prescription to Cut and Burn, by Steven R. Miller and William R. Bossuot II, pp. 212 – 215

51. Ecological Restoration of an Old-Growth Longleaf Pine Stand Utilizing Prescribed Fire, by J. Morgan Varner, III, John S. Kush, and Ralph S. Meldahl, pp. 216 – 219