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Russell, W., J. R. McBride, and R. Rowntree. 2011. Effects of Exurban Development on Forest Structure and Diversity: A Case Study in the Sierra Nevada Upper Montane Forest. Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic, and Social Sustainability 7(4)1-15. Russell, W. and K. H. Michels. 2010. Stand development on a 127-year chronosequence of naturally regenerating Sequoia sempervirens (Taxodiaceae) forests. Madrono 57:229-241. Russell, W. 2010. The Influence of Industrial Forest Management Interests on Forest Restoration and Carbon Sequestration Policy and Practice. Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic, and Social Sustainability 6:89-99 PUBLICATIONS, CONTINUED Russell, W., J. Shulzitski, and A. Setty. 2009. Evaluating wildlife response to coastal dune habitat restoration in San Francisco, California. Ecological Restoration 27:439-448 Russell, W. and S. Terada. 2009. The effects of revetment on streamside vegetation on Sequoia sempervirens (Taxodiaceae) forests. Madrono 56:73-82 Russell, W. 2009. The influence of timber harvest on the structure and composition of riparian forests in the Coastal Redwood region. Forest Ecology and Management 257:1427–1433 Russell, W. 2006. San Francisco Recreation and Park Department Significant Natural Resource Areas, Management Plan: Section 7 Monitoring Plan, Appendix I-1 Special Status Plant Species Monitoring Protocol, Appendix I-2 Special Status Wildlife Monitoring Protocol, and Appendix I-3 Protocol for Monitoring Plant Communities. Russell, W., and R. Tompkins. 2005. Estimating biomass in coastal Baccharis pilularis dominated plant communities. Fire Ecology 1:20-27. Russell, W. H. and J. R. McBride. 2003. Landscape scale vegetation-type conversion and fire hazard in the San Francisco Bay area open spaces. Landscape & Urban Planning 64:201-208. Russell, W. H., J. R. McBride, and K. Carnell. 2003. Influence of environmental factors on the regeneration of hardwood species on three streams in the Sierra Nevada. Madrono 50:21-27.. Russell, W. H., and J. R. McBride. 2002. Vegetation change and fire hazard in the San Francisco bay area open spaces. Pages 27-38 in: Blonski, K.S., M.E., and T.J. Morales. Proceedings of the California’s 2001 Wildfire Conference: Ten Years After the East Bay Hills Fire; October 10-12, Oakland California. Technical Report 35.01.462. Richmond CA: University of California Forest Products Laboratory. Russell, William H. 2002. Indirect effects of timber management on riparian vegetation dynamics in coast redwood and mixed conifer forests. Page 40 in: Vaughn, H. Technical Coordinator. Proceedings of the Twentieth Annual Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference. February 28 – March 3, 2002. Ukiah, California. Russell, W. H., J. R. McBride, and K. Carnell. 2001. Feeding damage by black bears (Ursus americanus) across timber harvest edges in northern California coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) forests (USA). Natural Areas Journal 2:324-329. Russell, W. H., and J. R. McBride. 2001. The relative importance of fire and watercourse proximity in determining stand composition in mixed conifer riparian forests. Forest Ecology and Management 150: 259-265. Russell, W. H. and C. Jones. 2001. The effects of timber harvesting on the structure and composition of adjacent old-growth coast redwood forest. Landscape Ecology 16:731-741. Russell, W. H., J. R. McBride, and K. Carnell. 2000. Edge effects and the effective size of old-growth coast redwood preserves. In: Cole, David N.; McCool, Stephen F. 2000. Proceedings: Wilderness Science in a Time of Change. Proc. RMRS-P-000. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Russell, W. H. 2000. Ecology and management of coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) forests. In: Winslow, C., and W. H. Russell (eds.). The Proceeding of the Conference on Restoration and Management of Coastal Redwood Forests: Jackson State Demonstration Forest. College of the Redwoods, Mendocino, CA. Russell, W. H., J. R. McBride, and R. Rowntree. 1998. Revegetation after four stand-replacing fires in the Lake Tahoe basin. Madrono 45(1):40-46. McBride, J. R., W. Russell, and S. Kloss. 1996. Impacts of human settlement on forest composition and structure. In: Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final Report to Congress, vol.II, Assessments and Scientific Basis for Management Options. Davis: University of California, Centers for Water and Wildland Resources. Russell, W., and K. V. Thimann. 1988. The second messenger in apical dominance controlled by auxin. In: Plant Growth Substances (eds. R.P.Pharis and S.P.Rood). pg 419-427

 

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