Following is the literature cited in this EA grouped by resource area. Literature that was not specific to any resource area is cited under General.
USFS, 2007b. Pacific Northwest National Incident Management Team2 – Understanding the Health Hazards of Smoke retrieved from
http://188.8.131.52/nwcc/t1_pnw2/2006/help-line/smoke-hazards.shtml on 11/23/2007.
Story M. and T. Dzomba. 2005. Describing Air Resource Impacts from Prescribed Fire on National Forests & Grasslands of Montana, Idaho, North Dakota, & South Dakota in Regions 1 & 4. 30 pp. http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/gallatin/resources/air/guidance/index.shtml
Air Sciences, 2003. Users Guide Smoke Impact Spreadsheet (SIS). Portland, Oregon. http://www.airsci.com/SIS.htm.
Montana DSL, 1988, Montana Smoke Management, Memorandum of Agreement. p. D-15.
Elliott D.L., C.G. Holladay, W.R. Barchet, H.P. Foote, and W.F. Sandusky, 1986. Wind Energy Resource Atlas of the United States. US Department of Energy. p. 3 & 50.
MSDL, USFS, DHES, 1992. East Bounder Mine EIS p. 3-63.
Alexander, G.R., and E.A. Hansen. 1986. Sand bed load in a brook trout stream. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 6:9-23.
Gillin, G. 2001. East Boulder River Fisheries Monitoring Report, 2001. USFS project files.
Gillin, G. 2003. East Boulder River Fisheries Monitoring Report 2003. USFS project files.
Hausle, D.A., and D.W. Coble. 1976. Influence of sand in redds on survival and emergence of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis). Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 1:57-63. Lyon, L. J., T. N. Lonner, J. P. Weigand, C. L. Marcum, W. D. Edge, J.D. Jones, D. W. Mccleery and L. L. Hicks. 1985. Coordinating elk and timber management. Final report of the Montana cooperative elk-logging study 1970-1985. Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Bozeman, MT. 53 p. Ruediger, B., J. Claar, S. Gniadek, B. Holt, L. Lewis, S. Mighton, B. Naney, G. Patton, T. Rinaldi, J. Trick, A. Vandehey, F. Wahl, N. Warren, D. Wenger and A. Williamson. 2000. Canada lynx conservation assessment and strategy. Forest Service Publication #R1-00-53, Missoula, MT. 142 p. Scott, Joe H; Burgan, Robert E. 2005. Standard Fire Behavior Fuel Models: A Comprehensive Set for Use with Rothermel’s Surface Fire Spread Model Res.Pap. RMRS-GTR-153. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Blanchard B. and R. Knight. 1996. Effects of wildfire on grizzly bear movements and food habits. Cited in: Smith, J.K, ed. 2000. Wildland fire in ecosystems: effects of fire on fauna. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-42, Vol. 1. Ogden, UT. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 83 pp. Philipek, Frances M.1985. Over-snow logging: analysis of impacts to lithic scatters, Studies in cultural resource management #5. USDA, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region. USDA Forest Service, 1994. Ruggiero, L.F., K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, L.J. Lyon and W.J. Zielinski, Technical Editors. The Scientific Basis for Conserving Forest Carnivores - American Marten, Fisher, Lynx and Wolverine – in the Western United States. General Technical Report RM-254. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Fort Collins, Colorado. 184 p Rich, A.C., D.S. Dobkin and L.J. Niles. 1994. Defining forest fragmentation by corridor width: the influence of narrow forest-dividing corridors on forest-nesting birds in southern New Jersey. Conservation Biology. Volume 8, No. 4, pp. 1109-1120. Coffin, K., C. Fager, Q. Kujala, L. Irby, and R. Douglass. 2002. Winter ecology of American marten in southwestern Montana. Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, Wildlife Division, Technical Bulletin. Helena, Montana. 54 pp. Kennedy, P.L., and J.M. Ward. 2003. Effects of experimental food supplementation on Reynolds, R.T., J.D. Weins, and S. R. Salafsky. 2006. A Review and evaluation of factors limiting northern goshawk populations. Studies in Avian Biology No.: 260-273 in Bull, E.L. C.G. Parks, and T.R. Torgersen. 1997. Trees and Logs Important to Wildlife in the Interior Columbia River Basin. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-391 Pacific Northwest Research Station. Kuennen, L., H.F. Shovic, B. Basko, K. McBride, J. Niehoff, and J. Nesser. 2000. Soil quality monitoring: a review of methods and trends in the Northern Region. USDA Forest Service, Northern Rocky Mountain Region. United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 2009. Amendment No. 2500-2009-1 to FSM 2500 – Watershed and Air Management, Chapter 2550 – Soil Management. Washington, DC. 9 p. http://184.108.40.206/nwcc/t1_pnw2/2006/help-line/smoke-hazards.shtml on 11/23/2007.
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