Fuel and vegetation succession in response to mountain pine beetle epidemics in northwestern Montana - a thesis
University of Idaho, M.S. Thesis, Moscow, ID
Results from an investigation of fuel succession in lodgepole pine forests subject to mountain pine beetle epidemics in or near Glacier National Park are presented. The objective of the study was to develop predictive equations for fuel loading in relation to the number of years following mountain pine beetle epidemics in the Douglas-fir/pinegrass and spruce/queencup beadlily habitat types. The number of years following a mountain pine beetle epidemic was used to predict fuel loading. Two trends were identified.
Armour, Charles D., "Fuel and vegetation succession in response to mountain pine beetle epidemics in northwestern Montana - a thesis" (1982). The Bark Beetles, Fuels, and Fire Bibliography. Paper 196.