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Aldrich, D. F. 1973. Wilderness fire management: planning guidelines and inventory procedures. USDA For. Serv. North. Reg., Missoula, Mont. 36 p.

Alexander, M. E., and F. G. Hawksworth. 1975. Wildland fires and dwarf mistletoes: a literature review of ecology and prescribed burning. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-14, 12 p. Rocky Mt. For. and Range Exp. Stn., Fort Collins, Colo.

Barrows, J. S. 1974. The challenges of forest fire management. West. Wildlands 1(3):3-5. Daubenmire, R., and J. B. Daubenmire.

Daubenmire, R., and Daubenmire, J. B. 1968. Forest vegetation of eastern Washington and northern Idaho. USDA For. Serv. Tech. Bull. 60, 104 p., Wash. Agric. Exp. Stn., Pullman, Wash.

Gabriel, H. W. 1976. Wilderness ecology: the Danaher Creek drainage, Bob Marshall Wilderness, Montana. Ph.D. diss., Univ. Mont., Missoula. 224 p.

Habeck, J. R., and R. Mutch. 1973. Fire-dependent forests in the northern Rocky Mountains. Quaternary Res. 3(3):408-424.

Heinselman, M. L. 1973. Fire in the virgin forests of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, Minnesota. Quaternary Res. 3(3):329-382.

Intermountain Fire Research Council. 1970. The role of fire in the Intermountain West. Symp. Proc. School For., Univ. Mont., Missoula.

Kilgore, B. M. 1975. Restoring fire to national park wilderness. Am. For. 81(3):16-19, 57-59.

Loope, L. L., and G. E. Gruell. 1973. The ecological role of fire in the Jackson Hole area, northwestern Wyoming. Quaternary Res. 3(3):425-443.

Malouf, C. 1969. The coniferous forests and their uses in the Northern Rocky Mountains through 9,000 years of prehistory. In: Coniferous forests of the Northern Rocky Mountains, Proc., p. 271-290. Univ. Mont., Center Nat. Res., Missoula.

Mehringer, P. J., Jr. 1976. Postglacial history of Lost Trail Pass Bog, Bitterroot Mountains, Montana. Co-op. Agreement Rep., Wash. State Univ.-USDA For. Serv. Submitted to Fire Manage. RD&A Program, Intermt. For. and Range Exp. Stn., Missoula, Mont. 48 p.

Mutch, R. W. 1974. I thought forest fires were black! West. Wildlands 1(3):16-22.

Mutch, R. W., and J. R. Habeck. 1975. Forest and forestry; forest fire control. P. 209-212. McGraw-Hill Yearb. Sci. and Tech., New York.

Norum, R. A. 1976. Fire intensity-fuel reduction relationships associated with understory burning in larch/Douglas-fir stands. In: Annu. Tall Timbers Fire Ecol. Conf. Proc. 14.

Pfister, R., B. Kovalchik, S. Arno, and R. Presby. Forest habitat types of Montana. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. Intermt. For. and Range Exp. Stn., Ogden, Utah. (In press)

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 1975. Fire in multiple use management—applying research results. USDA For. Serv., Intermt. For. and Range Exp. Stn., Ogden, Utah.

Ward, L. C. 1973. Prehistory of the Bitterroot Valley. Master's Thesis, Univ. Mont., Missoula, 129 p.

Wellner, C. A. 1970. Fire history in the northern Rocky Mountains. In: The role of fire in the Intermt. West., Proc., p. 42-64. Sch. For., Univ. Mont, Missoula.