Natural Resources Management and Environmental Sciences Department faculty research focuses on ethical and data-driven sustainable management, protection, and restoration of land resources related to soil, water, forests, range, wildlife, and related environmental values.

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Submissions from 1998

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Stand Density Effects on Biomass Allocation Patterns and Subsequent Soil Nitrogen Demand, Christopher Dicus and Thomas J. Dean

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Restoration of Mixed Conifer Communities Using Prescribed Fire in Bryce Canyon National Park, Michael J. Jenkins, Christopher Dicus, and Joel E. Godfrey

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Postfire Succession and Disturbance Interactions on an Intermountain Subalpine Spruce-fir Forest, Michael J. Jenkins, Christopher Dicus, and Elizabeth G. Hebertson

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Biological and Management Implications of Fire-Pathogen Interactions in the Giant Sequoia Ecosystem, Douglas D. Piirto, John R. Parmeter Jr., Fields W. Cobb Jr., Kevin L. Piper, Amy C. Workinger, and William J. Otrosina

Submissions from 1997

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Silica-Cemented Terrace Edges, Central California Coast, Lynn E. Moody and R. C. Graham

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Communicating the Role of Science in Managing Giant Sequoia Groves, Douglas D. Piirto, Robert R. Rogers, and Mary C. Bethke

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Implementing Uneven-Aged Redwood Management at Cal Poly's School Forest, an Update, Douglas D. Piirto, Richard P. Thompson, and Kevin L. Piper

Submissions from 1996

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Estimating Value Contribution of Tree and Stand Condition, R. Joss Hanna, Richard P. Thompson, Douglas D. Piirto, and Jay E. Noel

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Efficacy of Herbicide Application Methods Used to Control Tanoak (Lithocarpus densiflorus) in an Uneven-Aged Coast Redwood Management Context, Douglas D. Piirto, Brenda Smith, Eric K. Huff, and Scott T. Robinson

Submissions from 1995

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Geomorphic and pedogenic evolution in coastal sediments, central California, Lynn E. Moody and R. C. Graham

Submissions from 1994

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Pedogenic Processes in Thick Sand Deposits on a Marine Terrace, Central California, Lynn E. Moody and R. C. Graham

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Clean Lakes Assistance Program for Lake Nacimiento, Thomas J. Rice, David H. Chipping, Norman L. Eatough, Royden Nakamura, and Daniel Bigley

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Project Spotlight: Morro Bay Watershed 319 National Monitoring Program Project. National Water Quality Evaluation Project Notes., Karen Worcester, Thomas J. Rice, and Jo Beth Mullens

Submissions from 1992

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Giant Sequoia Insect, Disease, and Ecosystem Interactions, Douglas D. Piirto

Submissions from 1988

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Cost-Effective Fire Management for Southern California's Chaparral Wilderness: An Analytical Procedure, Chris A. Childers and Douglas D. Piirto