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BOOKS
  1. A Key to Microtinae of the Pacific Northwest (Oregon, Washington, Idaho).1970. Oregon State University Book Stores, Inc., Corvallis, OR. 162 pp. (Senior author with Robert M. Storm)

  2. Federal Research Natural Areas in Oregon and Washington:  A Guidebook for Scientists and Educators. 1972. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 498 pp. (Jerry F. Franklin, Frederick C. Hall, C. Ted Dyrness, and Chris Maser)

  3. Research Natural Area Needs in the Pacific Northwest:  A Contribution to Land-use Planning. 1975. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-38. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 231pp. (C. Ted Dyrness, Jerry F. Franklin, Chris Maser, S. A. Cook, J.D. Hall, and Glenda Faxon)

  4. Natural History of Oregon Coast Mammals. 1981. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-133. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 496 pp. (Chris Maser, Bruce R. Mate, Jerry F. Franklin, and C. Ted Dyrness)

  5. From the Forest to the Sea—A Story of Fallen Trees. 1988. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-229. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. 153 pp. (Chris Maser, Robert F. Tarrant, James M.Trappe, and Jerry F. Franklin, Tech. Eds.)

  6. The Redesigned Forest. 1988. R.&E. Miles Publishers, San Pedro, CA. 234 pp. (Revised as "Sustainable Forestry:  Philosophy, Science, and Economics." 1994.) Published in Canadian, Czech, and Polish editions.

  7. Fleas of the Pacific Northwest. 1988. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, OR. 296 pp. (Robert E. Lewis, Joanne H. Lewis, and Chris Maser)

  8. Synoptic Spore Key to Genera of Hypogeous Fungi in Northern Temperate Forests with Special Reference to Animal Mycophagy. 1989. Mad River Press, Inc., Eureka, CA. 186 pp. (M.A. Castellano, J.M. Trappe, Z. Maser, and Chris Maser)

  9. Forest Primeval:  The Natural History of an Ancient Forest. 1989. Sierra Club Books, San Francisco, CA. 282 pp. (Reprinted in 2001 by Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon.) Published in a Canadian and Czech editions.

  10. Global Imperative:  Harmonizing Culture and Nature. 1992. Stillpoint Publishing, Walpole, NH. 267 pp. (Revised as "Ecological Diversity in Sustainable Development:  The Vital and Forgotten Dimension." 1999).

  11. Sustainable Forestry:  Philosophy, Science, and Economics. 1994. St. Lucie Press, Delray Beach, FL. 373 pp.

  12. From the Forest to the Sea:  The Ecology of Wood in Streams, Rivers, Estuaries, and Oceans. 1994. St. Lucie Press, Delray Beach, FL. 200 pp. (Chris Maser and James R. Sedell.)

  13. Resolving Environmental Conflict:  Towards Sustainable Community Development. 1996. St. Lucie Press, Delray Beach, FL. 200 pp.

  14. Sustainable Community Development:  Principles and Concepts. 1997. St. Lucie Press, Delray Beach, FL. 257 pp.

  15. Setting The Stage For Sustainability:  A Citizen's Handbook. 1998. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL. 275 pp. (Chris Maser, Russ Beaton, and Kevin Smith)

  16. Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Development. 1998. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL. 235 pp.

  17. Mammals of the Pacific Northwest:  From the Coast to the High Cascades. 1998. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, OR. 406 pp.

  18. Reuniting Economy and Ecology in Sustainable Development. 1999. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL. 108 pp. (Russ Beaton and Chris Maser)

  19. Ecological Diversity in Sustainable Development:  The Vital and Forgotten Dimension. 1999. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL. 402 pp.

  20. Land-Use Planning for Sustainable Development. 2000. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL. 203 pp. (Jane Silberstein and Chris Maser)

  21. Forest Certification in Sustainable Development:  Healing the Landscape. 2000. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL. 235 pp. (Chris Maser and Walter Smith)

  22. Of Paradoxes and Metaphors: Understanding Some of Life's Lessons. 2003. Woven Strings Publishing, Amarillo, TX. 235 pp.

  23. Of Ditches And Ponds: A Journey Through The Metaphors Of Childhood And Maturity. 2004. Woven Strings Publishing, Amarillo, Tx. 184 pp.

  24. The Perpetual Consequences of Fear and Violence:  Rethinking the Future. 2004. Maisonneuve Press, Washington, D.C. 373 pp.

  25. Evaluating Sustainable Development:  Giving People a Voice in Their Destiny. 2004. Stylus Publishing, LLC, Sterling, VA. 192 pp. (Okechukwu Ukaga and Chris Maser)

  26. The World is in My Garden:  A Journey of Consciousness. 2005. White Cloud Press, Ashland, OR. 303 pp. (Chris Maser and Zane Maser.) UK edition by Polair Publishing, London. 2003.

  27. Our Forest Legacy:  Today's Decisions, Tomorrow's Consequences. 2005. Maisonneuve Press, Washington, D.C. 255 pp.

  28. Teaching Kids to Change The World:  Lessons to Inspire Social Responsibility for Grades 6 - 12. 2008. Search Institute, Minneapolis, MN. 102 pp. (Jennifer Griffin-Wiesner and Chris Maser)

  29. Trees, Truffles, and Beasts:  How Forests Function. 2008. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ. 288 pp. (Chris Maser, Andrew W. Claridge, and James M. Trappe)

  30. Earth In Our Care:  Ecology, Economy, and Sustainability. 2009. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ. 304 pp.

  31. Social-Environmental Planning:  The Design Interface Between Everyforest and Everycity. 2009. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 321 pp.

  32. Sustainable Development:  Principles, Frameworks, And Case Studies. 2010. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. (Edited by Okechukwu Ukaga, Chris Maser, and Michael Reichenbach.) 216 pp.

  33. Resolving Environmental Conflicts. Second Edition. 2011. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 241 pp. (Chris Maser and Carol Pollio.)

  34. Economics and Ecology: United for a Sustainable World. 2012. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 191 pp. (Russ Beaton and Chris Maser)

  35. Decision Making For A Sustainable Environment: A Systemic Approach. 2013. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 304 pp. (Chris Maser with a chapter by Jessica K. La Porte.)

  36. Life, the Wonder of It All. 2013. Global Forest Society, Banff, Alberta, Canada. 370 pp. (Chris Maser and Reese Halter)

  37. Land-Use Planning for Sustainable Development, Second Edition. 2014. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 296 pp. (Jane Silberstein and Chris Maser)

  38. Interactions of Land, Ocean and Humans: A Global Perspective. 2014. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 308 pp.

  39. The Natural History of a Mountain Meadow and Its Cirque. 2015. Luminare Press, Eugene, OR. 425 pp.

  40. Sustainability and the Rights of Nature: An Introduction. 2017. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. (In press) (Cameron La Follette and Chris Maser)


ARTICLES
  1. A Key to the Oregon Microtinae. 1965. Oregon State University Book Stores, Inc., Corvallis, Or. 26p.

  2. A Nesting Record of Long-eared Owls in Benton County, Oregon. 1965. Murrelet 46(3):39. (Chris Maser and Kenneth L. Gordon)

  3. Notes on the Contents of Owl Pellets Found in Oregon. 1965. Murrelet 46(3):44.

  4. Nest of Bushy-tailed Woodrat Fifty Feet above the Ground. 1965. Murrelet 46(3):46.

  5. Spotted Owl Preys on Dusky Tree Mice. 1965. Murrelet 46(3):47.

  6. Commensal Relationships between Acomys and Rousettus. 1966. Journal of Mammalogy 47(1):153.

  7. A Study of Owl Pellet Contents from Linn, Benton, and Polk Counties, Oregon. 1966. Murrelet 47(1):9-14. (Chris Maser and Edmund D. Brodie, Jr.)

  8. Injured Owl Apparently Fed by Parents. 1966. Murrelet 47(1):20.

  9. Notes on a Captive Sorex vagrans. 1966. Murrelet 47(2):51-53.

  10. Abnormal Tongue in a Reef Heron. 1966. Auk 83(3):481.

  11. A Second Neotoma cinerea Nest Fifty Feet above the Ground. 1966. Murrelet 47(3):72.

  12. Analysis of Great Horned Owl Pellets from Deschutes County, Oregon. 1967. Murrelet 48(1):11-12. (Edmund D. Brodie, Jr. and Chis Maser)

  13. Notes on White-footed Vole (Phenacomys albipes). 1967. Murrelet 48(2):23-27. (Chris Maser and Murray L. Johnson)

  14. Black Bear Damage to Douglas-fir in Oregon. 1967. Murrelet 48(2):34-38.

  15. A Live Trap for Microtines. 1967. Murrelet 48(3):58.

  16. Observations of Sorex palustris Preying on Dicamptodon ensatus. 1969. Murrelet 50(2):23. (Ronald A. Nussbaum and Chris Maser)

  17. Bacula of Tamiasciurus. 1969. Murrelet 50(1):10-11.

  18. A New Locality Record of Phenacomys albipes. 1969. Murrelet 50(2):39. (Chris Maser and Edward F. Hooven)

  19. Abnormal Coloration in Microtus montanus. 1969. Murrelet 50(3):39.

  20. The Use of Cow Chips by the Sagebrush Vole (Lagurus curtatus). 1969. Murrelet 50(3):35-36. (E. Wayne Hammer and Chris Maseer)

  21. Low Altitude Records of Microtus richardsoni in the Oregon Cascades. 1970. Murrelet 51(1):12. (Edward F. Hooven and Chris Maser)

  22. Dental Abnormalities in Microtus longicaudus. 1970. Murrelet 51(1):11. (Chris Maser and Edward F. Hooven)

  23. Saw-whet Owl Preys on Red Tree Mice. 1970. Murrelet 51(1):10. (Eric F. Forsman and Chris Maser)

  24. Comparative Food Habits of Three Owl Species in Central Oregon. 1970. Murrelet 51(3):29-33. (Chris Maser, E. Wayne Hammer, and Stanley H. Anderson)

  25. Food Habits of the Burrowing Owl in Central Oregon. 1971. Northwest Science 45(1):19-26. (Chris Maser, E. Wayne Hammer, and Stanley H. Anderson)

  26. Notes on Agrilus politus politus Say and Agrilus politus burkei Fisher (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). 1971. Coleopterists Bulletin 25(1):35-36. (Frank M. Beer and Chris Maser)

  27. Notes on the Daily Activity of Omus audouini and Omus dejeani. 1971. Cicindela 3(3):52. (Chris Maser and Frank M. Beer)

  28. New Host Locality Records for Leptinus testaceus Muller in Western Oregon (Coleoptera: Leptinidae). 1971. Coleopterists Bulletin 25(4):119-120. (Chris Maser and Edward F. Hooven)

  29. A Simple Method for Preserving Larval Cicindelidae. 1971. Cicindela 3(4):79.

  30. Live Trapping Small Mammals in the Rain. 1971. Murrelet 52(2):28. (Chris Maser and Rita Maser)

  31. A Note on the Food Habits of the Short-eared Owl (Asio flammeus) in Klamath County, Oregon. 1971. Murrelet 52(2):27. (Chris Maser and E. Wayne Hammer)

  32. A Note on the Food Habits of Barn Owls in Klamath County, Oregon. 1972. Murrelet 53(2):28. (Chris Maser and E. Wayne Hammer)

  33. Bacula of Two Western Moles. 1972. Northwest Science 46(4):319-321. (Chris Maser and Cheri Brown)

  34. Small Mammal Management: Some Problems and Potential Solutions. 1972. Proceedings of the Western Association of State Game and Fish Commissioners, Portland, OR. pp 384-389.

  35. Wheeler Creek Research Natural Area. 1973. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 16pp. (C. Ted Dyrness, Jerry F. Franklin, and Chris Maser)

  36. Distribution of the Dusky-footed Woodrat, Neotoma fuscipes Baird, in Klamath and Lake Counties, Oregon. 1973. Northwest Science 47(2):123-127. (E. Wayne Hammer and Chris Maser)

  37. Bagby Research Natural Area. 1973. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 12pp. (Will H. Moir, Jerry F. Franklin, and Chris Maser)

  38. Notes on Predators upon Cicindelids. 1973. Cicindela 5(2):21-23.

  39. Two Tiger Beetles New to Oregon. 1973. Cicindela 5(2):33-34. (Frank M. Beer and Chris Maser)

  40. Notes on a Captive Long-tailed Climbing Mouse, Vandeleuria oleracea (Bennet, 1832) (Rodentia, Muridae). 1973. Säugetier-kundliche Mitteilungen 21(4):336-340. (Chris Maser and Rita Maser)

  41. Lost Forest Research Natural Area. 1973. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 17pp. (Will H. Moir, Jerry F. Franklin, and Chris Maser)

  42. Preliminary Notes on the Distribution, Ecology, and Behavior of Cicindela bellissima Leng. 1973. Cicindela 5(4):61-76.

  43. Notes on the Behavior and Food Habits of Captive Pacific Shrews, Sorex pacificus. 1974. Northwest Science 48(2):81-95. (Chris Maser and Edward F. Hooven)

  44. Checklist of Vertebrate Animals of the Cascade Head Experimental Forest 1974. USDA Forest Service Resource Bulletin PNW-51. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 32pp. (Chris Maser and Jerry F. Franklin)

  45. The Sage Vole, Lagurus curtatus (Cope, 1868), in the Crooked River National Grassland, Jefferson County, Oregon. A Contribution to Its Life History and Ecology. 1974. Säugetier-kundliche Mitteilungen 22(3):193-222. (Chris Maser, E. Wayne Hammer, Cheri Brown, Robert E. Lewis, Robert L. Rausch, and Murray L. Johnson)

  46. Characteristics Useful in Identifying Certain Western Oregon Mammals.1975. Northwest Science 49(3):158-159.

  47. Collecting Notes on Nepalese Cicindelids.1975. Cicindela 7(3):53-54.

  48. Predation by Common Ravens on Feral Rock Doves.1975. Wilson Bulletin 87(4):552-553.

  49. Food Habits of the Bobcat, Lynx rufus, in the Coast and Cascade Ranges of Western Oregon in Relation to Present Management Polices.1975. Northwest Science 49(4):261-266. (Ronald A. Nussbaum and Chris Maser)

  50. Frog Preys on Tiger Beetle. 1976. Cicindela 8(1):10.

  51. Notes on the Sexual Behavior of Cicindela oregona. 1976. Cicindela 8(1):13-14.

  52. Food Habits of Five Western Oregon Shrews. 1976. Northwest Science 50(2):102-107. (John O. Whitaker, Jr. and Chris Maser)

  53. Germination of Spores of Glomus macrocarpus (Endogonaceae) after Passage Through a Rodent Digestive Tract. 1976. Mycologia 68(2):433-436. (James M. Trappe and Chris Maser)

  54. Acute Incisor Malocclusion in a Townsend Ground Squirrel. 1976. Murrelet 57(1):17-18. (Chris Maser and Carl Shaver)

  55. Guidelines for Maintaining and Enhancing Wildlife Habitat in Forest Management in the Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington. 1976. Proceedings of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 41:452-476. (Jack W. Thomas, Chris Maser, Rod J. Miller, Hugh Black, and Jon E. Rodiek)

  56. Food Habits of Bats of Western Oregon. 1977. Northwest Science 51(1):46-55. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., Chris Maser, and Laurel E. Keller)

  57. Monoecocestus thomasi sp. n. (Cestoda: Anoplocephalidae) from the Northern Flying Squirrel,Glaucomys sabrinus (Shaw), in Oregon. 1977. Journal of Parasitology 63(5):793-799. (Robert L. Rausch and Chris Maser)

  58. Notes on Omus dejeani. 1977. Cicindela 9(2):35-38.

  59. Notes on Omus audouini. 1977. Cicindela 9(3):47-49.

  60. Notes on Cicindela oregona in Oregon. 1977. Cicindela 9(4):61-64.

  61. Ecosystems, Habitats, Wildlife, and Management. 1977. Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management, Portland, OR. 30:24 (Abstract)

  62. Guidelines for Maintaining and Enhancing Wildlife Habitat in Forest Management in the Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington. 1977. Pp. 28-52. In: Proceedings Management of Forests and Range in Interior British Columbia. Kamloops, BC, Canada. (Jack W. Thomas, Rod J. Miller, Hugh Black, Chris Maser, and Jon E. Rodiek)

  63. Ecosystems, Habitats, Wildlife, and Management. 1978. Pp. 1-4. In: Richard M. DeGraaf (Tech. Coordinator). Nongame Bird Habitat Management in Coniferous Forests of the Western United States. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-64. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser)

  64. Edges—Their Interspersion, Resulting Diversity, and Its Measurement. 1978. Pp. 91-100. In: Richard M. DeGraaf (Tech. Coordinator). Nongame Bird Habitat Management in Coniferous Forests of the Western United States. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-64. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. (Jack W. Thomas, Jon E. Rodiek, and Chris Maser)

  65. Food Habits of Jumping Mice (Zapus trinotatus and Z. princeps) in Western North America. 1978. Northwest Science 52(1):57-60. (G. S. Jones, John O. Whitaker, Jr., and Chris Maser)

  66. Phalacropsylla oregonensis sp. n., with a Key to the Species of Phalacropsylla Rothschild 1915 (Siphonaptera: Hystrichopsyllidae). 1978. Journal of Parasitology 64(1):147-150. (Robert E. Lewis and Chris Maser)

  67. First Record for the Long-tailed Jaeger in Eastern Oregon. 1978. Murrelet 59(2):75-77. (Donald K. Grayson and Chris Maser)

  68. Interrelationships of Wildlife and Western Juniper. 1978. Pp. 37-82. In: R.E. Martin, J.E. Dealy, and D.L. Caraher (Editors).Proceedings of the Western Juniper Ecology and Management Workshop. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-74. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. (Jay S. Gashwiler and Chris Maser)

  69. The Sage Vole, Lagurus curtatus, as an inhabitant of Subalpine Sheep Fescue, Festuca ovina, Communities on Steens Mountain—an observation and interpretation. 1978. Northwest Science 52(3):276-284. (Gerald S. Strickler and Chris Maser)

  70. Jordan Crater Research Natural Area. 1978. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 19 pp. (Chris Maser and Robert R. Kindschy)

  71. A Field Ice Box. 1978. USDI Bureau of Land Management Technical Note T/N 320. 2 pp. (Chris Maser, Robert R. Kindschy, and V. Atkins)

  72. Implications of Small Mammal Mycophagy to the Management of Western Coniferous Forests. 1978. Proceedings North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. 43:78-88. (Chris Maser, James M. Trappe, and Douglas C. Ure)

  73. Fungal-Small Mammal Interrelationships with Emphasis on Oregon Coniferous Forests. 1978. Ecology 59(4):799-809. (Chris Maser, James M. Trappe, and Ronald A. Nussbaum)

  74. An Efficient, Inexpensive Dermestid Colony for Skeleton Preparations. 1978. Journal of Field Archaeology 5(2):246-247. (Donald K. Grayson and Chris Maser)

  75. The Relationship of Terrestrial Vertebrates to Plant Communities and Their Successional Stages. 1978. Pp. 281-303. In: Classification, Inventory, and Analysis of Fish and Wildlife Habitat. The Proceedings of a National Symposium. Allan Marmelstein, General Chairman. USDI Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Survey Progress FWS/OBS-78/76. (Jack W. Thomas, Ralph Miller, Ralph Anderson, Chris Maser, and B. Carter)

  76. Holistic Management—Can We Achieve It? 1979. Annual Conference, Northwest Section of the Wildlife Society 30:4. (Abstract)

  77. A New Record of Washington Ground Squirrels in Oregon. 1979. Murrelet 60(1):28-29. (Ronald Rohweder, J. Melland, and Chris Maser)

  78. Riparian Zones in Managed Rangelands—Their Importance to Wildlife. 1979. Pp.21-31. In: (Oliver B. Cope, Editor) Proceedings of the Forum—Grazing and Riparian/Stream Ecosystems. Trout Unlimited, Inc., Washington, D.C. (Jack W. Thomas, Jon E. Rodiek, and Chris Maser)

  79. Riparian Zones. 1979. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-80. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 18pp. (Jack W. Thomas, Chris Maser, and Jon E. Rodiek)

  80. Mycophagy by Red-backed Voles (Clethrionomys sp.) in Oregon and Washington. 1979. Annual Meeting, American Society of Mammalogists 59:113. (Abstract, Douglas C. Ure and Chris Maser)

  81. Ecological Characteristics of Old-Growth Douglas-fir—Western Hemlock Forests. 1979. Annual Meeting of the Northwest Science Association 51:15. (Abstract: J.F. Franklin, K. Cromack, Jr., W. Denison, A. McKee, Chris Maser, J.Sedell, and F. Swanson)

  82. Manmade Habitats. 1979. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-86. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 40pp. (Chris Maser, Jack W. Thomas, Ira D. Luman, and Ralph Anderson)

  83. Parasitic Mites of Voles of the Genera Arborimus and Lagurus in Oregon. 1979. Northwest Science 53(3):224-227. (John O. Whitaker, Jr. and Chris Maser)

  84. Native Trout. 1979. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-84. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 16 pp. (Wayne Bowers, Bill Hosford, Arthur Oakley, and Carl Bond)

  85. Edges. 1979. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-85. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 17 pp. (Jack W. Thomas, Chris Maser, and Jon E. Rodiek)

  86. Plant Communities and Successional Stages. 1979. Pp. 22-39. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Forests—The Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington. USDA Forest Service, Agricultural Handbook No. 553 (Jack W. Thomas, Technical Editor). U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. (Jack W. Thomas, Rodney J. Miller, Chris Maser, Ralph G. Anderson, and Bernie E. Carter)

  87. Riparian Zones. 1979. Pp. 40-47. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Forests—The Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington. USDA Forest Service, Agricultural Handbook No. 553 (Jack W. Thomas, Technical Editor). U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. (Jack W. Thomas, Chris Maser, and Jon E. Rodiek)

  88. Edges. 1979. Pp. 48-59. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Forests—The Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington. USDA Forest Service, Agricultural Handbook No. 553 (Jack W. Thomas, Technical Editor). U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. (Jack W. Thomas, Chris Maser, and Jon E. Rodiek)

  89. Snags. 1979. Pp. 60-77. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Forests—The Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington. USDA Forest Service, Agricultural Handbook No. 553 (Jack W. Thomas, Technical Editor). U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. (Jack W. Thomas, Ralph G. Anderson, Chris Maser, and Evelyn L. Bull)

  90. Dead and Down Woody Materials. 1979. Pp. 78-95. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Forests—The Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington. USDA Forest Service, Agricultural Handbook No. 553 (Jack W. Thomas, Technical Editor). U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. (Chris Maser, Ralph G. Anderson, Kermit Cromack, Jr., Jerry T. Williams, and Robert E. Martin)

  91. Cliffs, Talus, and Caves. 1979. Pp. 96-103. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Forests—The Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington. USDA Forest Service, Agricultural Handbook No. 553 (Jack W. Thomas, Technical Editor). U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. (Chris Maser, Jon E. Rodiek, and Jack W. Thomas )

  92. Parasitic Mites of the Mountain Beaver (Aplodontia rufa) from Oregon. 1979. Northwest Science 53(4):264-267. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., Chris Maser, and W.M. Wallace)

  93. Food and Ectoparasitic Mites of Oregon Moles. 1979. Northwest Science 53(4):268-273. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., Chris Maser, and Richard J. Pederson)

  94. Geomorphic and Edaphic Habitats. 1979. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-99. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 84 pp. (Chris Maser, Jon M. Geist, Diane M. Concannon, Ralph Anderson, and Burrell Lovell)

  95. Mites (Excluding Chiggers) from the Fur of Five Species of Western Oregon Shrews. 1980. Northwest Science 54(1):26-29. (John O. Whitaker, Jr. and G.L. Tieben, and Chris Maser)

  96. Silviculture for Improved Wildlife Habitat. 1980. Pp. 84-89. In: Town Meeting Forestry—Issues for the 1980s. Proceedings of the 1979 Convention of the Society of American Foresters. (Jack W. Thomas, Frederick C. Hall, and Chris Maser)

  97. A Note on the Food Habits of the Barn Owl in Malheur County, Oregon. 1980. Murrelet 61(2):78-80. (Chris Maser, Sam Shaver, Carl Shaver, and Bradford Price)

  98. Tracks and Tracking. 1980. Proceedings of the Environmental Education Association of Oregon. Portland, OR 5:39-40. (Abstract)

  99. The Role of Cottontail Rabbits (Sylvilagus spp.) in the Ecology of Rickettsia rickettsii in the United States. 1980. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 29(4):686-690. (Willy Burgdorfer, J.C. Cooney, Anthony J. Mavros, William L. Jellison, and Chris Maser)

  100. Mites Found in the Fur of a Small Sample of Heteromyid Rodents from Oregon. 1980. Northwest Science 4(4):279-280. (John O. Whitaker, Jr. and Chris Maser)

  101. Homesteads—Manmade Avian Habitats in the Rangelands of Southeastern Oregon. 1980. Wildlife Society Bulletin 8(4):332-341. (Carolyn Bohn, Christie Galen, Chris Maser, and Jack W. Thomas)

  102. Ecological Characteristics of Old-Growth Douglas-fir Forests. 1981. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-118. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 48 pp. (J.F. Franklin, K. Cromack, Jr., W. Denison, A. McKee, Chris Maser, J. Sedell, F. Swanson, and G. Juday)

  103. Foods of Oregon Silver-haired Bats, Lasionycteris noctivagans. 1981. Northwest Science 55(1):75-77. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., Chris Maser, and Stephen P. Cross)

  104. Invertebrates of the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Western Cascades, Oregon I. An Annotated Checklist of Fleas. 1981. USDA Forest Service Research Note PNW-378. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 10 pp. (Robert E. Lewis and Chris Maser)

  105. Notes on the Distribution of Oregon Bats. 1981. USDA Forest Service Research Note PNW-379. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 31 pp. (Chris Maser and Stephen P. Cross)

  106. Plant Communities and Their Importance to Wildlife. 1981. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-99. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 66 pp. (J.E. Dealy, Donovan A. Leckenby, and Diane M. Concannon)

  107. Food Habits of Seven Species of Lizards from Malheur County, Southeastern Oregon. 1981. Northwest Science 55(3):202-208. (John O. Whitaker, Jr. and Chris Maser)

  108. Aplodontophila, a New Genus of Chiggers (Acari: Trombiculidae) from the Northwestern United States. 1981. Journal of Medical Entomology18(5):395-400. (William J. Wrenn and Chris Maser)

  109. Forestlands and Rangelands—Global 2000 Perspective. 1981. Proceedings of the Environmental Education Association of Oregon 7:10. (Abstract)

  110. Old-Growth Forests and Wildlife Habitat. 1981. Proceedings of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 46:329-335. (E. Charles Meslow, Jared Verner, and Chris Maser)

  111. Aggregation and Sex Segregation in Northern Flying Squirrels in Northeastern Oregon, an Observation. 1981. Murrelet 62(2):54-55. (Chris Maser, Ralph Anderson, and Evelyn Bull)

  112. Food Habits of Eastern Oregon Bats, Based on Stomach and Scat Analysis. 1981. Northwest Science 55(4):281-292. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., Chris Maser, and Stephen P. Cross)

  113. Generic Relationships of Phenacomys albipes. 1982. Northwest Science 56(1):17-19. (Murray L. Johnson and Chris Maser)

  114. Classification and Distribution. 1982. Pp. 1-59. In: Elk of North America, Ecology and Management. (Compiled and edited by Jack W. Thomas and Dale E. Toweill.) Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA. (Larry D. Bryant and Chris Maser)

  115. Cutting Out Old-Growth Wildlife. 1982. Forest Planning 3(6):16-19. (Larry Harris, Chris Maser, and Arthur McKee)

  116. Mule Deer. 1982. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-139. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 40 pp. (Donovan A. Leckenby, Dennis P. Sheehy, C.H. Nellis, and others)

  117. Patterns of Old-Growth Harvest and Implications for Cascades Wildlife. 1982. Proceedings of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 47:374-392. (Larry D. Harris, Arthur McKee, Chris Maser)

  118. Mycophagy of Red-backed Voles in Oregon and Washington. 1982. Canadian Journal of Zoology 60(12):3307-3315. (Douglas C. Ure and Chris Maser)

  119. Pronghorns. 1982. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-139. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 18 pp. (Robert R. Kindschy, Charles Sundstrom, and James D. Yoakum)

  120. Organochlorine Residues in Bats after a Forest Spraying with DDT. 1982. Northwest Science 56(4):329-337. (Charles J. Henny, Chris Maser, John O. Whitaker, Jr., and T.E. Kaiser)

  121. Gastrointestinal Helminths of the Cougar, Felis concolor L., in Northeastern Oregon. 1983. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 19(1):14-19. (Robert L. Rausch, Chris Maser, and E.P.Hoberg)

  122. Food Habits of Arboriums albipes, the White-footed Vole, in Oregon. 1983. Northwest Science 57(1):1-7. (Elver H. Voth, Chris Maser, and Murray L. Johnson)

  123. Acarine Ectoparasites (Mites) of Bats of Oregon. 1983. Northwest Science 57(2):97-106. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., Conrad E. Yunker, and Chris Maser)

  124. Food of Vagrant Shrews (Sorex vagrans) from Grant County Oregon, as Related to Livestock Grazing Pressures. 1983. Northwest Science 57(2): 107-111. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., Stephen P. Cross and Chris Maser)

  125. Food Habits of the Spotted Frog (Rana pretiosa) from Managed Sites in Grant County, Oregon. 1983. Northwest Science 57(2):147-154. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., Stephen P. Cross, Jon M. Skolvin, and Chris Maser)

  126. Winter Food Habits of Cougars from Northeastern Oregon. 1983. Great Basin Naturalist 43(3):425-428. (Chris Maser and Ronald S. Rohweder)

  127. Nest Inhabitants and Ectoparasites of Northern Flying Squirrels, Glaucomys sabrinus (Shaw), from Northeastern Oregon. 1983. Northwest Science 57(4):291-295. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., E.A. Lyons, M.A. Smith, and Chris Maser)

  128. Bighorn Sheep. 1983. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-80. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 15 pp. (Walter A. VanDyke, James D. Yoakum, Alan Polenz, and J. Blaisdell)

  129. Introduction. 1983. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-160. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 15 pp. (Chris Maser and Jack W. Thomas)

  130. Livestock and Nongame Wildlife. 1983. Pp. 95-102. In: Proceedings of the Workshop on Livestock and Wildlife-Fisheries Relationships in the Great Basin, Special Publication 3301. (J.W. Menke, Editor) Agricultural Science Publication, Division of Agricultural Sciences, University of California, Berkeley, CA. (Chris Maser, Robert J. Oakleaf, and T. Nappe)

  131. The Seen and Unseen World of the Fallen Tree. 1984. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-164. (Chris Maser and James M. Trappe, Technical Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 56 pp. (James M. Trappe, Steven P. Cline, Kermit Cromack, Jr., Helmut Blaschke, James R. Sedell, and Frederick J. Swanson)

  132. Large Woody Debris and Long-Term Forest Productivity. 1984. In: Proceedings of the Pacific Northwest Bioenergy System: Policies and Applications. Bonneville Power Administration, May 10 and 11, Portland, OR. 6 pp. (Chris Maser, James M. Trappe, and C.Y. Li)

  133. Human Dignity: A Diminishing Resource. 1984. Outdoors West 7(1):8.

  134. The Fallen Tree—A Source of Diversity. 1984. Pp. 335-339. In: Forests for a Changing World. Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters 1983 National Conference. (Chris Maser and James M. Trappe)

  135. Bacula of Mountain Lion, Felis concolor, and Bobcat, F. rufus. 1984. Journal of Mammalogy 65(3):496-497. (Chris Maser and Dale E. Toweill)

  136. Parasitic Mites of Voles of the Genera Microtus and Clethrionomys from Oregon. 1984. Northwest Science 58(2):142-150. (John O. Whitaker, Jr. and Chris Maser)

  137. Lice (Mallophaga and Anoplura) from Mammals of Oregon. 1984. Northwest Science 58(2):153-161. (K.C. Emerson, Chris Maser, and John O. Whitaker, Jr.)

  138. Animal Community Characteristics. 1984. Pp. 44-68. In: Larry D. Harris. The Fragmented Forest: Island Biogeography Theory and the Preservation of Biotic Diversity. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL. (Larry D. Harris and Chris Maser)

  139. The Relationship of Terrestrial Vertebrates to Plant Communities and Structural Conditions. 1984. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-172. (Part 1 of 2.) (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 25 pp. (Chris Maser, Jack W. Thomas, and Ralph G. Anderson)

  140. The Relationship of Terrestrial Vertebrates to Plant Communities and Structural Conditions. 1984. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-172. (Part 2 of 2.) (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 237 pp. (Chris Maser, Jack W. Thomas, and Ralph G. Anderson)

  141. Notes on Cicindelid Habitats in Oregon. 1984. Cicindela 16(3-4):39-60. (Chris Maser and Frank M. Beer)

  142. Northern Flying Squirrel: The Moonlight Truffler. 1985. P. 269. In: Proceedings of the 6th North American Conference on Mycorrhizae. (R. Molina, Editor.) Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. (Zane Maser, Robert Mowrey, Chris Maser, and Wang Yun)

  143. Mites (Excluding Chiggers) of Mammals of Oregon. 1985. Great Basin Naturalist 45(1):67-76. (John O. Whitaker, Jr. and Chris Maser)

  144. Food of Cougars in the Cascade Range of Oregon. 1985. Great Basin Naturalist 45(1):77-80. (Dale E. Toweill and Chris Maser)

  145. Ectoparasitic Mites (Excluding Chiggers), Fleas, and Lice from Pocket Gophers, Thomomys, in Oregon. 1985. Northwest Science 59(1):33-39. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., Chris Maser, and Robert E. Lewis)

  146. Rangelands, Wildlife Technology, and Human Desires. 1985. Pp. 83-92. In: Technologies to Benefit Agriculture and Wildlife—Workshop Proceedings. U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, OTA-BP-F-34. Washington, D.C.

  147. Food Habits of the Northern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus) in Oregon. 1985. Canadian Journal of Zoology 63(5):1084-1088. (Zane Maser, Chris Maser, and James M. Trappe)

  148. Size and Reproductive Characteristics of Western Oregon Cougars. 1985. Pp. 176-184. In: Proceedings of the Second Mountain Lion Workshop. (J. Roberson and F. Lindzey, Editors.) (Dale E. Toweill, Chris Maser, Murray L. Johnson, and Larry D. Bryant)

  149. Sage Grouse. 1985. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-187. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 30 pp. (Mayo W. Call and Chris Maser)

  150. Mites and Lice from Mice of the Genus Peromyscus from Oregon. 1985. Northwest Science 59(4):319-322. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., M.A. Smith, and Chris Maser)

  151. Management Practices and Options. 1985. In: Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-187. (Jack W. Thomas and Chris Maser, Editors.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 17 pp. (Frederick C. Hall)

  152. New and Modified Techniques for Studying Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria in Small Mammal Droppings. 1986. USDA Forest Service Research Note PNW-441. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 4 pp. (C.Y. Li and Chris Maser)

  153. Interim Definitions of Old-Growth Douglas-fir and Mixed Conifer Forests in the Pacific Northwest and California. 1986. USDA Forest Service Research Note PNW-447. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR. 7 pp. (Jerry F. Franklin, Frederick C. Hall, William Laundenslayer, Chris Maser, and others)

  154. Food Habits of Clouded Salamanders (Aneides ferreus) in Curry County, Oregon. 1986. (Amphibia: Caudata: Plethodontidae). Great Basin Naturalist 46(2):228-240. (John O. Whitaker, Jr., Chris Maser, Robert M. Storm, and Joseph J. Beatty)

  155. Role of Three Rodents in Forest Nitrogen Fixation in Western Oregon: Another Aspect of Mammal-Mycorrhizal Fungus-Tree Mutualism. 1986. Great Basin Naturalist 46(3):411-414. (C.Y. Li, Chris Maser, Zane Maser, and Bruce Caldwell)

  156. Notes on Food Habits of the Screech Owl and the Burrowing Owl of Southeastern Oregon. 1986. Great Basin Naturalist 46(3):421-426. (Barbara A. Brown, John O. Whitaker, Jr., Thomas W. French, and Chris Maser)

  157. The Northern Flying Squirrel: A Mycophagist in Southwestern Oregon. 1986. Canadian Journal of Zoology 64:2086-2089. (Chris Maser, Zane Maser, Joseph W. Witt, and Gary Hunt)

  158. Initial Survey of Acetylene Reduction and Selected Mircoorganisms in the Feces of 19 Species of Mammals. 1986. Great Basin Naturalist 46(4):646-650. (C.Y. Li, Chris Maser, and Harlan Fay)

  159. Framing Objectives for Managing Wildlife in the Riparian Zone on Eastside Federal Lands. 1987. Pp. 13-16. In: Managing Oregon's riparian zone for timber, fish, and wildlife. National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI). Tech. Bull. 514.

  160. Notes on Mycophagy of the Yellow-pine Chipmunk (Eutamias amoenus) in Northeastern Oregon. 1987. Murrelet 68(1):24-27. (Zane Maser and Chris Maser)

  161. Notes on Mycophagy in Four Species of Mice in the Genus Peromyscus. 1987. Great Basin Naturalist 47(2):308-313. (Chris Maser and Zane Maser)

  162. Chief Seattle and the Long View. 1988. Journal of Pesticide Reform 8(1):34-35.

  163. Small-Mammal Mycophagy in Rangelands of Central and Southeastern Oregon. 1988. Journal of Range Management 41(4):309-312. (Chris Maser, Zane Maser, and Randy Molina)

  164. Restoration and the Future of Land Management. 1988. Restoration & Manage. Notes 6(1):28-29.

  165. Introduction. 1988. Pp 1-4. (Chris Maser and Robert F. Tarrant) In: From the Forest to the Sea—A Story of Fallen Trees. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-229. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. 153 pp. (Chris Maser, Robert F. Tarrant, James M.Trappe, and Jerry F. Franklin, Tech. Eds.)

  166. Coarse Woody Debris in Forests and Plantations of Coastal Oregon. 1988. Pp 5-24. In: From the Forest to the Sea—A Story of Fallen Trees. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-229. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. 153 pp. (Chris Maser, Robert F. Tarrant, James M.Trappe, and Jerry F. Franklin, Tech. Eds.)

  167. What We Know About Large Trees that Fall to the Forest Floor. 1988. Pp 25-45. (Chris Maser, Steven P. Cline, Kermit Cromack, Jr., James M. Trappe, and Everett Hansen) In: From the Forest to the Sea—A Story of Fallen Trees. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-229. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. 153 pp. (Chris maser, Robert F. Tarrant, James M.Trappe, and Jerry F. Franklin, Tech. Eds.)

  168. What We Know About Large Trees that Fall into Streams and Rivers. 1988. Pp 47-81. In: From the Forest to the Sea—A Story of Fallen Trees. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-229. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. 153 pp. (Chris Maser, Robert F. Tarrant, James M.Trappe, and Jerry F. Franklin, Tech. Eds.)

  169. What We Know About Large Trees that Fall into Streams and Reach Estuaries, the Sea, or Coastal Beaches. 1988. Pp 83-112. In: From the Forest to the Sea—A Story of Fallen Trees. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-229. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. 153 pp. (Chris Maser, Robert F. Tarrant, James M.Trappe, and Jerry F. Franklin, Tech. Eds.)

  170. Looking Ahead—Some Options for Public Lands. 1988. Pp 113-122. (Jerry Franklin and Chris Maser) In: From the Forest to the Sea—A Story of Fallen Trees. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-229. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. 153 pp. (Chris Maser, Robert F. Tarrant, James M.Trappe, and Jerry F. Franklin, Tech. Eds.)

  171. Mycophagy of Red-backed Voles, Clethrionomys californicus and C. gapperi. 1988. Great Basin Naturalist. 48(2):269-173. (Chris Maser and Zane Maser)

  172. Interactions Among Squirrels, Mycorrhizal Fungi, and Coniferous Forests in Oregon. 1988. Great Basin Naturalist. 48(3):358-369. (Chris Maser and Zane Maser)

  173. Buried Treasures. 1988. Natural History 97(8):58-59.

  174. Reproductive Characteristics of Eastern Oregon Cougars. 1988. Northwest Science 62(4):147-150. (Dale E. Toweill, Chris Maser, Larry D. Bryant, and Muarry L. Johnson)

  175. Ancient Forests, Priceless Treasures. 1988. Mushroom, the Journal of Wild Mushrooming 6(4):8-18.

  176. A Sustainable Forest. 1988. Pp. 125-133. In: Assessment of Oregon's Forests. G.J. Lettman (Tech. Ed.). Oregon State Department of Forests, Forest Resource Planning Section, Salem, OR.

  177. Sustainable Forestry. 1989. Trumpeter 6(2):52-54.

  178. Life Cycles of the Ancient Forest. 1989. Forest Watch 9(8):12-23.

  179. A Note on Fungi in Small Mammals from the Nothofagus Forest in Argentina. 1989. Great Basin Naturalist 49(4):618-620. (Javier G. Perez Calvo, Zane Maser, and Chris Maser)

  180. Means and Ends : Restoration and the Future of Land Management. 1989. Trumpeter 6(3):97-99 (reprinted by request).

  181. Restoration: The Heart and Soul of Management. 1989. pp 1-3. In: Proceedings of the 1st Annual Conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration. Hughes, H.G. and T.M. Bonnicksen (Eds.). Society for Ecological Restoration, University Wisconsin, Ann Arbor, Madison WI. (Keynote Address)

  182. Enamel Thickness of Rooted and Rootless Microtine Molars. 1990. Canadian Journal Zoology 68:1315-1317. (Donald K. Grayson, Chris Maser, and Zane Maser)

  183. Chief Seattle and the Long View. 1990. Trumpeter 7(1):34-35 (reprinted by request).

  184. The Future Is Today : For Ecologically Sustainable Forestry. 1990. Trumpeter 7(2):74-78.

  185. The Forest is a Living Trust. 1990. pp. 7-14. In: Proceedings from the Conference on Old-Growth Forests. Canadian Scholars' Press, Inc.,Toronto, Canada.

  186. On The "Naturalness" of Natural Areas: A Perspective for the Future. 1990. Natural Areas Journal 10(3):129-133.

  187. A Sustainable Forest. 1990. The Steward's Journal. Winter Issue (1989/1990):3.198.

  188. Ends & Means, Restoring Ourselves and the Land. 1990. Positive Vibrations 8:15-17.

  189. Authenticity in the Forestry Profession. 1991. Journal of Forestry 89 (4):22-24.

  190. Economically Sustained Yield versus Ecologically Sustainable Forests. 1991. pp. 1-13. In: Restoration of Old Growth Forests in the Interior Highlands of Arkansas and Oklahoma. Proc. of the Conf. Sept. 19-20, 1990. Henderson, D. and L.D. Hedrick (eds.) USDA. Forest Service, Ouachita National Forest and Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development, Morrilton, AR.

  191. Changing Perspectives: Focusing on Inputs Rather than Outputs. 1991. Forest Perspectives 1(3):22.

  192. Of Metallic Wood Boreres, Hypogeous Fungi, and Pooparoonies. 1991. Wild Earth 1(3):26-30.

  193. The Future is Today. 1991. pp. 46-57. In: Learning to Listen to the Land. Willers, B. (ed.). Island Press, Wash., D.C.

  194. Ancient Forest-Priceless Treasure. 1991. pp. 1-11. In: Proceedings of the New Perspectives Workshop, Petersburg, AK, July 17-19, 1990. Copenhagen, M.J. (ed). USDA Forest Service, Alaska Region, Juneau, AK.

  195. The Future is Today: For Ecologically Sustainable Forestry. 1991. Inner Voice 3(5):12-13.

  196. Why Protect "Natural" Areas within Our Dynamic, Cultural Landscape? 1992. pp. 25-29. In: Science and the management of protected areas. Willison, J.H.M., S. Bondrup-Nielsen, C. Drysdale, and others (eds.). Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

  197. New Forestry, New Questions, A New Future. 1992. Western Wildlands 17(4):21-27.

  198. Do we Owe Anything to the Future? 1992. pp. 195-213. In: Multiple use and sustained yield: changing philosophies for federal land management? Proceedings and summary of a workshop convened on March 5 and 6, 1992, Washington, D.C. Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress. Committee Print No. 11. US Government Printing Office, Wash., D.C.

  199. The Equality of Differences. 1992. Trumpeter 9(1):3-5.

  200. And God Made Us Trustees of the Earth. 1992. Trumpeter 9(3):95-98.

  201. The Trilogy of Extinction. 1992. Trumpeter. 9(4):135-138.

  202. The Cornerstones of A Culturally Sustainable Environment. 1992. Proceedings Annual Conference of The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 72:8-27.

  203. Adaptable Landscapes Are the Key to Sustainable Forests. 1993. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 1(1):49-59.

  204. Sustainable Forestry. 1993. pp 17-18. In: Clearcut: the Tragedy of Industrial Forestry. B. Devall (ed). Sierra Club Books/Earth Island Press, San Francisco, CA.

  205. The Twenty-first Century Forester. 1993. pp 267-269. In: Clearcut: the Tragedy of Industrial Forestry. B. Devall (ed). Sierra Club Books/Earth Island Press, San Francisco, CA.

  206. Biodiversity is the "Bottom Line" for Sustainable Forestry. 1993. In Good Tilth 4(3):14-16.

  207. Wyktad Na Stowacji. 1993. Terra Sana 2:28-30 (in Polish).

  208. The Cycle of an Agency. 1993. Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, Eugene, OR. 61 pp.

  209. What the "Forest Conference" Didn't Address. 1993. In Good Tilth 4(5):8, 10-11.

  210. Dysfunctional Coping Mechanisms in Government Agencies. 1993. Inner Voice 5(3):14.

  211. The Quest for Sustainable Forest-based Communities. 1993. Trumpeter 10(2):68-71.

  212. The Key to Human Survival. 1993. In Good Tilth 4(6):4-6.

  213. Fire in Western Forests. 1993. In Good Tilth 4(7):13-15.

  214. Do Animals have Rights? 1993. Trumpeter 10(3):104-106.

  215. Reforming Our Agencies from the Inside Out. 1993. Inner Voice 5(5):7.

  216. Ecological Reflections. 1993. Trumpeter 10:140-142.

  217. The Many Faces of Human Participation with Nature. 1994. Trumpeter 11:10-15.

  218. Driftwood and How Forestry Affects the Ocean. 1994. International Journal of Ecoforestry 10(1):32-34. (Chris Maser and James R. Sedell)

  219. Dr West's Miracle Cure. 1994. RealWORLD 7(Spring):7.

  220. Air, the Breath of the World. 1994. EarthLight 15(Summer-Fall):15.

  221. Ancient Forests, Priceless Treasures. 1994. pp 76-86. In: Michael Pilarski (ed.). Restoration forestry: An International Guide to Sustainable Forestry Practices.

  222. A Prime Directive for Human Survival on Planet Earth. 1994. International Journal of Ecoforestry 10(4):162-165.

  223. Patterns Across the Landscape. 1995. Forum 10(2):103-106.

  224. The Humble Ditch. 1995. Resurgence 172:38-40.

  225. Cultural Values Versus Science. 1995. Trumpeter 12(3):116-118.

  226. Sustainable Development: A Social-Environmental Imperative. 1995. Inner Voice 7(5):14-15.

  227. Living with the Forest: Ecology, Community, Economy. 1996. Pp. 11-29. In: The Idea Of A Forest. Karla L. Schlultz and Kenneth S. Calhoon (editors). German Life And Civilization Series, Peter Lang Publisher, NY.

  228. Resolving Environmental Conflict: Toward Sustainable Community Development (exerpt). 1996. The Thymes, February, page 6.

  229. Salvage Logging—the Loss of Ecological Reason and Moral Restraint. 1996. International Journal Of Ecoforestry 12(1):176-178.

  230. My Garden as Metaphor. 1996. The Tyhmes, July, page 5.

  231. Gardening is a Partnership. 1996. The Tyhmes, September, page 4.

  232. The Concept of Community. 1996. The Tyhmes, October, pages 8, 22.

  233. It's the Same House! 1996. Voices (Journal of Rural Southern Voice for Peace) 86:7-8.

  234. In Honor of Trees. 1996. The Tyhmes, December, page 10.

  235. Grieving for Our Environmental-Social Losses. 1996. The Trumpeter 13(4):165-166.

  236. Sustainable Development—A Social-Environmental Imperative. 1996. Pp. 6-11. In: Abdul Rashid Ab. Malik, Abdul Rahim Nik, Aminuddin Mohamad, et al. (editors). Proceedings of the Third Conference on Forestry and Forest Products Research, Volume 2. Forest Research Institute Malaysia, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

  237. Questions about Cultural Values Cannot be Answered by Science. 1996. Pendidikan Tinggi (Higher Education) 3:1-4. Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia.

  238. Cultural Values versus Science. 1997. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 4(3/4):45-52.

  239. Cultural Values versus Science. 1997. pp. 45-52. In: Sustainable Forests: Global Challenges and Local Solutions. O. Thomas Bouman and David G. Brand (Eds.). Food Products Press.

  240. Trees, Forests, and People Are One. Essay 1997 Trees For Life Calendar. The Park, Findhorn Bay, Forres, Scotland.

  241. Grieving for Our Environmental and Social Losses. 1997. Voices (Journal of Rural Southern Voice for Peace) 88:3-4.

  242. A Tree is the Quintessential Plant. 1997. International Journal of Ecoforestry 12(3):271-278, 289-294.

  243. Thoughts on Social-Environmental Sustainability. 1998. Natural Resource News 8(1):2.

  244. Silvicultura Systentable. 1998. pp. 347-349. In: Adriana E. Hoffmann J. (Editora General). La Tragedia del Bosque Chileno. (in Spanish)

  245. The Real Value of Healthy Forests. 2003. Distant Thunder, Journal of the Forest Stewards Guild 16(Fall):1,8-9.

  246. Our Forest Legacy: Today's Decisions, Tomorrow's Consequences. 2005. Pp. 72-75. In: Proceedings of the Forest Sustainability Conference, Grass Valley, CA.

  247. Conventional Salvage Logging: The Loss of Ecological Reason and Economic Restraint. 2006. Pp. 203-212. In: George Wuerthner (editor). Wild Fire: A Century of Failed Forest Policy. Foundation for Deep Ecology and Island Press.

  248. Wooden Mariners. 2007. Trees for Life, 2007 Engagement Diary. The Park, Findhorn Bay, Forres, Scotland. 3pp.

  249. "Relearning" What We Have Forgotten. 2008. Sentient Times Magazine, Feb./March:14-15.

  250. A Tree is a Quintessential Plant. 2009. Pp. 52-62. In: Wild Foresting: Practicing Nature's Wisdom. Alan Dregson and Duncan Taylor (Editors). New Society Publishers, Gabriola Island, BC, Canada.

  251. Treasured Trees. 2010. Trees for Life, 2010 Engagement Diary. The Park, Findhorn Bay, Forres, Scotland. 3pp.

  252. Taking Personal Action Toward Sustainability. 2010. (Vivian Simon-Brown and Chris Maser). Pp. 177-185. In: Sustainable Development:  Principles, Frameworks, And Case Studies. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. Edited by: Okechukwu Ukaga, Chris Maser, and Michael Reichenbach.) 216 pp.

  253. A Survey of the Yale Peabody Museum Collection of Egyptian Mammals Collected during Construction of the Aswan High Dam, with an Emphasis on Material from the 1962-1965 Yale University Prehistoric Expedition to Nubia. 2011. Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 52(2):255-272. (Alex Dornburg, Jordan G. Colosie, Chris Maser, Aspen T. Reece, and Gregory J. Watkins-Colwell)

  254. Oceans in Crisis—Human Garbage. Journal of Aquaculture & Marine Biology, 2 (2015):1-6. DOI: 10.15406/jamb.2015.02.00030


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