Appendix C: Natural Resource Management Bibliography
 
 
Devine, R. 1994. Botanical Barbarians. Sierra 79:50-57 and 71.
 
Packard, S. 1993. Restoring Oak Ecosystems. Restoration & Management Notes. 11:5-16.
 
Falk, D. 1990. Discovering the future, creating the past: some reflections on restoration. Restoration & Management Notes 8:71-72.
 
Fimbel, R.A. 1993. Restoring the pygmy pine forests of New Jersey's Pine Barrens. Restoration Ecology 1:117-129.
 
Givnish, T.J., E.S. Menges and D.F. Schweitzer. 1988. Minimum area requirements for the long-term conservation of the Albany Pine Bush and Karner Blue Butterfly: An Assessment. Prepared for the City of Albany by Malcolm Pirnie, Volume IV, Appendix T.
 
Little, S. 1979. Fire and plant succession in the New Jersey Pine Barrens, pg. 297-314 In: Forman, R.T.T. Pine Barrens: Ecosystem and Landscape. Academic Press, N.Y.
 
Latham, R.E. and A.H. Johnson 1993. Fire-dependent and fire-resistant alternate steady states in plant communities driven by positive feedbacks between plants, ecosystem nutrient capital, and wildfire. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA 19104. Proposal to the National Science Foundation.
 
Olsvig, L.S., J.F. Cryan, and R.H. Whittaker. 1979. Vegetational gradients of the pine plains and barrens of Long Island, New York. pg. 265-282 In: Forman, R.T. Pine Barrens: Ecosystem and Landscape. Academic Press, New York. 601 pp.
 
Reiners, W.A. 1965. Ecology of a heath-shrub synusia in the Pine Barrens of Long Island, New York. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 92:448-464.
 
Southampton Town Department of Planning and Natural Resources. 1993. The Comprehensive Plan Initiative for Groundwater and Pine Barrens Forest Preservation - Western Town Generic Environmental Impact Study.
 
USDA Forest Service. 1993. Fire related considerations and strategies in support of ecosystem management. Fire and Aviation Management Staffing Paper. Washington, DC. 30 p.
 
USDI National Park Service. 1990. NPS-18, Wildland fire management guide. Ranger Activities Division. Washington, DC. Rel. 3. II, 5, 1, 1-11.
 
Windish, A.G. and R.E. Good. 1986. A preliminary analysis of controlled burning effectiveness in maintaining New Jersey Pine Plains communities. In: Forestry Studies in the New Jersey Pinelands Final Report6. Division of Pinelands Research, Center for Coastal and Environmental Studies, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
 
Whittaker, R.H. 1979. Vegetational Relationships of the Pine Barrens. pg. 315-331. In: Forman, R.T. Pine Barrens: Ecosystem and Landscape. Academic Press, New York.
 
Whittaker, R.H. and G.M. Woodwell. Structure, production and diversity of the oak-pine forest at Brookhaven, New York. J. Ecol. 57: 155-174.