Selected publications with content about Quercus garryana and related oak species and community ecology, with particular attention to disturbance, growth, conifer encroachment, regeneration, southwestern Oregon
Selected publications with content about Quercus garryana and related oak species and community ecology, with particular attention to disturbance, growth, conifer encroachment, regeneration, southwestern Oregon, and reconstructing stand history. Agee, J. K. 1996. Fire in restoration of Oregon white oak woodlands. In Hardy, C. C., and S. F. Arno, (editors), The use of fire in forest restoration. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report INT-GTR-341. Intermountain Research Station. Ogden, UT. Pp 72-73.
Barnhart, S. J., J. R. McBride, and P. Warner. 1996. Invasion of northern oak woodlands by Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco in the Sonoma Mountains of California. Madrono 43:28-45.
Brooks, C. N., and A. M. Merenlender. 2001. Determining the pattern of oak regeneration for a cleared watershed in northwest California: a necessary first step for restoration. Society for Ecological Restoration 9:1-12.
Carvell, K. L., and E. H. Tryon. 1961. The effect of environmental factors on the abundance of oak regeneration beneath mature oak stands. Forest Science 7:98-105.
Chiller, D. G., D. G. Vesely, and W. I. Dean. 2000. Assessment of oak woodland resources in BLM’s Eugene District, Lane County, Oregon. USDI BLM Tech. Note 406. Bureau of Land Management, Eugene, OR.
Collins, R. J., and W. P. Carson. 2003. The fire and oak hypothesis: incorporating the influence of deer browsing and canopy gaps. In Van Sambeek et al. (editors), Proceedings of the 13th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NC-234, St. Paul, MN.
Devine, W. D., and C. A. Harrington. 2005. Root system morphology of Oregon white oak on a glacial outwash soil. Northwest Science 79:179-188.
Devine, W. D., and C. A. Harrington. 2006. Changes in Oregon white oak (Quercus garryana Dougl. ex Hook.) following release from overtopping conifers. Trees 20:747-756.
Devine, W. D., and C. A. Harrington. 2007. Release of Oregon white oak from overtopping Douglas-fir: effects on soil water and microclimate. Northwest Science 81:112-124.
Devine, W. D., C. A. Harrington, and L. P. Leonard. 2007. Post-planting treatments increase growth of Oregon white oak (Quercus garryana Dougl. ex Hook.) seedlings. Restoration Ecology 15:212-222.
Duren, O. C. 2009. Chaparral history, dynamics, and response to disturbance in southwest Oregon: insights from age structure. M.S. Thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
Duren, O. C., and P. S. Muir. In Review. Chaparral history, dynamics, and response to disturbance in southwest Oregon: insights from age structure. Fire Ecology.
Frank, J. L., Franklin, J. F., and C. T. Dyrness. 1973. Natural vegetation of Oregon and Washington. General Technical Report PNW-8. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, Oregon.
Fritschle, J. A. 2008. Reconstructing historic ecotones using the public land survey: The lost prairies of Redwood National Park. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 98:24-39.
Frost, E. J., and R. Sweeney. 2000. Fire regimes, fire history and forest conditions in the Klamath-Siskiyou Region: an overview and synthesis of knowledge. World Wildlife Fund. Klamath Siskiyou Ecoregion Program. Ashland, Oregon, USA.
Frank, J. L., S. Barry, and D. Southworth. 2006. Mammal mycophagy and dispersal of mycorrhizal inoculum in Oregon white oak woodlands. Northwest Science 80:264-272.
Fry, D. L. 2008. Prescribed fire effects on deciduous oak woodland stand structure, Northern Diablo Range, California. Rangeland Ecology and Management 61:294-301.
Fuchs, M. A. 2001. Towards a recovery strategy for Garry oak and associated ecosystems in Canada: ecological assessment and literature review. Technical Report GBEI/EC-00-030. Environment Canada, Canadian Wildlife Service, Pacific and Yukon Region. Ladner, BC, Canada.
Gedalof, Z., M. Pellatt, and D. J. Smith. 2006. From prairie to forest: Three centuries of environmental change at Rocky Point, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Northwest Science 80:34-46.
Hedrick D. W., and R. F. Keniston. 1966. Grazing and Douglas-fir growth in the Oregon white-oak type. Journal of Forestry 64:735-738.
Hibbs, D. E., and B. J. Yoder. 1993. Development of Oregon white oak seedlings. Northwest Science 67:30-36.
Hickman, O. E. 2005. Historic vegetation as interpreted from the original 1850’s land survey records in the Upper Rogue River Valley near Medford, Oregon. Bear Creek Watershed Council, Medford, OR; expanded abstract from Proceedings of the 2005 Northwest Scientific Association Meeting, Corvallis, Oregon. Available online at http://bearcreek-watershed.org/img/hxvegrpt2.pdf (accessed 26 October 2009).
Higgins, S. I., W. J. Bond, and W. S. Trollope. 2000. Fire, resprouting and variability: a recipe for grass-tree coexistence in savanna. Journal of Ecology 88:213-229.
Hosten, P. E., O. E. Hickman, F. K. Lake, F. A. Lang, and D. Vesely. 2006. Oak woodlands and savannas. In D. Apostol and M. Sinclair (editors). Restoring the Pacific Northwest: The Art and Science of Ecological Restoration in Cascadia. Island Press, Washington D. C.
Hosten, P. E., O. E. Hickman, and F. A. Lang. 2007b. Patterns of vegetation change in grasslands, shrublands, and woodlands of southwest Oregon. Southern Oregon University Digital Archives, USDI Bureau of Land Management, Medford, OR.Available online at http://soda.sou.edu:8081/soda/main.jsp?flag=browse&smd=1&awdid=1 (accessed 26 October 2009).
Jackson, R. D. K. O. Fulgham, B. Allen-Diaz. 1998. Quercus garryana Hook. (Fagaceae) stand structure in areas with different grazing histories. Madrono 45:275-282.
Karnitz, H. and H. Asbjornsen. 2006. Composition and age structure of a degraded tallgrass oak savanna in central Iowa. Natural Areas Journal 26:179-186.
LaLande, J. 1995. An environmental history of the Little Applegate River watershed, Jackson County, Oregon. USDA Forest Service, Medford, Oregon, USA.
Larsen, D. R., E. F. Loewenstein, and P. S. Johnson. 1999. Sustaining recruitment of oak reproduction in uneven-aged stands in the Ozark Highlands. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NC-203. North Central Research Station, St. Paul, MN.
Lorimer, C. G. 1993 Causes of the oak regeneration problem. In Loftis, D. L. and C. E. McGee (editors). Proceedings of the symposium on oak regeneration: serious problems, practical recommendations. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report SE-84. Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC. Pp 14-39.
MacDougall, A. S. 2008. Herbivory, hunting, and long-term vegetation change in a degraded savanna. Biological Conservation 141:2174-2183.
Maertins, T. 2008. The growth-climate relationship of Oregon white oak (Quercus garryana). M.S. Thesis, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, CA.
Messier, M. 2009. Disturbance and dynamics of riparian forests in southwestern Oregon. M.S. Thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
Murphy, M. 2008. Edaphic controls over succession in former oak savanna, Willamette Valley, Oregon. M.S. Thesis, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.
Perchemlides, K. A., P. S. Muir, and P. E. Hosten. 2008. Responses of chaparral and oak woodland plant communities to fuel-reduction thinning in southwestern Oregon. Rangeland Ecology and Management 61:98–109.
Peterson, D. W., and P. B. Reich. 2001. Prescribed fire in oak savanna: fire frequency effects on stand structure and dynamics. Ecological Applications 11:914-927.
Pfaff, E. 2007. Patterns of grassland, shrubland, and woodland vegetation abundance in relation to landscape-scale environmental and disturbance variables, Applegate Watershed Southwest. MS thesis, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR., on file. Southern Oregon University, Ashland, Oregon.
Regan, A. C., and J. K. Agee. 2004. Oak community and seedling response to fire at Fort Lewis, Washington. Northwest Science 78:1-11.
Riegel, G. M., B. G. Smith, and J. F. Franklin. 1992. Foothill oak woodlands of the interior valleys of southwestern Oregon. Northwest Science 66:66-76.
Ripple, W. J., and R. L. Beschta. 2008. Trophic cascades involving cougar, mule deer, and black oaks in Yosemite National Park. Biological Conservation 141:1249-1256.
Sikes, K. G., and P. S. Muir. 2009. Influence of two fuel reduction treatments on chaparral communities of southwestern OR. Madrono 56:8-22.
Southworth, D., E. M. Carrington, J. L. Frank, P. Gould, C. A. Harrington, and W. D. Devine. 2009. Mycorrhizas on nursery and field seedlings of Quercus garryana. Mycorrhiza 19:149-158.
Thilenius, J. F. 1968. The Quercus garryana forests of the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ecology. 49:1124-1133.
Thysell, D. R., and A. B. Carey. 2001. Quercus garryana communities in the Puget Trough, Washington. Northwest Science 75:219-235.
Tveten, R. K., and R. W. Fonda. 1999. Fire effects on prairies and oak woodlands on Fort Lewis, Washington. Northwest Science 73(3):145-158.
Tyler, C. M., B. Kuhn, and F. W. Davis. 2006. Demography and recruitment limitations of three oak species in California. The Quarterly Review of Biology 81:127-152.
White, K. L. 1966. Structure and composition of foothill woodland in central coastal California. Ecology 47:229-237.
Whittaker, R. H. 1960. Vegetation of the Siskiyou Mountains, Oregon and California. Ecological Monographs 30:279-338.
Wilson, S. M., and A. B. Carey. 2001. Small mammals in oak woodlands in the Puget Trough, Washington. Northwest Science 75:342-349.
Other (more extensive) Bibliographies and Proceedings:
Gucker, C. L. 2007. Quercus garryana. In: Fire Effects Information System, [Online]. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire Sciences Laboratory (Producer). Available online at: http://www.fs.fed.us/database/feis/plants/tree/quegar/all.html
Harrington, C. A., and M. A. Kallas. 2002 A bibliography for Quercus garryana and other geographically associated and botanically related oaks. Available online at:
Loftis, D. L. and C. E. McGee (editors). 1993. Proceedings of the symposium on oak regeneration: serious problems, practical recommendations. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report SE-84. Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC.
Plumb, T. R. and N. H. Pillsbury (editors). 1987. Proceedings of the symposium on multiple-use management of California’s hardwood resources. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-100. Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. Berkeley, CA.
Standiford, R. B. et al. (editors). 2002. Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Oak Woodlands: Oaks in California's Challenging Landscape. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-184. Pacific Southwest Research Station, Albany, CA.
Stein, W. I. 1990. Quercus garryana Dougl. ex Hook. Oregon white oak. In R. M. Burns and B. H. Honkala (technical coordinators) Silvics of North America: 2. Hardwoods. USDA Forest Service Argicultural Handbook No. 654. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D. C. Pp 650-660. Available online at: http://www.na.fs.fed.us/pubs/silvics_manual/volume_2/quercus/garryana.htm
Webpages: The Cascadia Prairie-Oak Partnership may have a website in the near future.
Garry Oak Ecosystems Recovery Team
http://www.goert.ca/ Oregon Oak Communities Working Group:
http://www.oregonoaks.org/index.html The South Puget Sound Prairie Landscape Working Group: http://www.southsoundprairies.org/