Publications

  • Peer reviewed scholarly journal
  • Other peer reviewed articles, publications, book chapters
  • Technical reports and articles, leaflets
  • Abstract

Peer Reviewed Scholarly Journal Articles

  1. Standiford, R.B., R.L. Phillips, and N.K. McDougald. 2012. Fire history in California’s southern Sierra Nevada blue oak woodlands. Fire Ecology 8(2): 163-167. doi: 10.4996/fireecology.0802163

  2. Standiford, R.B. D.D. McCreary, S. Barry, L.C. Forero. 2010. Blue Oak Stump Sprouting on California’s Northern Sacramento Valley Hardwood Rangeland. California Agriculture 65(3):148-154.

  3. McPherson, B.A., Sylvia R. Mori, David L. Wood, Maggi Kelly, Andrew J. Storer, Pavel Svihra, Richard B. Standiford. 2010. Responses of oaks and tanoaks to the sudden oak death pathogen after 8 years of monitoring in two coastal California forests. Forest Ecol. Manage., doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2010.02.020.

  4. McPherson, B.A., N. Erbilgin, D.L. Wood, Richard B. Standiford. Svihra, A.J. Storer, and R. B. Standiford. 2008. Attraction of ambrosia and bark beetles (Coleoptera:Scolytidae) to coast live oaks (Quercus agrifolia) infected by Phytophthora ramorum. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 10(4):315-321

  5. Kelly, M., D. Liu, B. McPherson, D. Wood and R. Standiford. 2008. Spatial pattern dynamics of oak mortality and associated disease symptoms in a California hardwood forest affected by sudden oak death. Journal of Forest Research 13:312-319.

  6. Brice A. McPherson, Sylvia R. Mori, David L. Wood, Andrew J. Storer, Pavel Svihra, N. Maggi Kelly, and Richard B. Standiford. 2005. Sudden oak death in California: disease progression in oaks and tanoaks. Forestry Ecology and Management 213(2005):71-89.

  7. Sulak, A., L. Huntsinger, R.B. Standiford, A. Merenlender, and S. Fairfax. 2004. A strategy for oak woodland conservation: the case of the California conservation easementAdvances in GeoEcology, pp. 353-364.

  8. McPherson, Brice A., David L. Wood, Andrew J. Storer, N. Maggi Kelly, and R.B. Standiford. 2003. Sudden oak death, a new forest disease in California. Integrated Pest Management Reviews 6:243-246.

  9. Standiford, R.B. and T.A. Scott. 2001. Value of oak woodlands and open space on private property values in southern California. Investigacion Agraria: Sistemas Y Recursos Forestales 1(2001):137-152.

  10. Standiford, R.B., J.W. Bartolome, W. Frost, and N. McDougald. 1999. Using GIS in agricultural land assessment for property taxes. Geographic Information Sciences 5(1):47-51.

  11. Gong, P., G.S. Biging, and R.B. Standiford. 1999. Use of digital surface model for hardwood rangeland monitoring. Journal of Range Management 53(6):622-626.

  12. Standiford, R.B. 1998. Sustaining oak woodlands in California’s urbanizing environment. Journal of the International Oak Society 9.

  13. LeBlanc, J.W., J.K. Hasey, R.B. Standiford, and R.M. Sachs. 1997. Eucalyptus for low elevation foothill plantations in California. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 12(4):104-107.

  14. Standiford, R.B., Neil McDougald, William Frost, and Ralph Phillips. 1997. Factors influencing the probability of oak regeneration on southern Sierra Nevada woodlands in California. Madrono44(2):170-183.

  15. Phillips, R., N.K. McDougald, R.B. Standiford, and W.E. Frost. 1996. Blue oak seedlings may be older than they look. California Agriculture 50(3):17-19.

  16. Scott, T.A., R.B. Standiford, and N. Pratini. 1995. Private landowners critical to saving California biodiversity. California Agriculture 49(6):50-57.

  17. Standiford, R.B., D. McCreary, S. Gaertner, and L. Forero. 1996. Impact of firewood harvesting on hardwood rangelands varies with region. California Agriculture 50(2):7-12.

  18. Kertis, J.A, R. Gross, D.L. Peterson, M.J. Arbaugh, R.B. Standiford, and D.D. McCreary. 1993. Growth trends of blue oak (Quercus douglasii) in CaliforniaCanadian Journal of Forest Research 23:1720-1724.

  19. Standiford, R.B. and D. Appleton. 1993. Blue oak regeneration on harsh sites. California AgricultureJuly-August.

  20. Standiford, R.B. and R.E. Howitt. 1993. Multiple use management of California’s hardwood rangelands.Journal of Range Management 46:176-181.

  21. Standiford, R.B. and R.E. Howitt. 1990. Solving empirical bioeconomic models: a rangeland management application. American Journal of Agricultural Economics May(1992):421-433.

  22. Standiford, R.B., N.K. McDougald, R. Phillips, and A. Nelson. 1991. South Sierra oak regeneration weak in sapling stage. California Agriculture 45(2):12-14.

  23. Huntsinger, L. and R.B. Standiford. 1989. Saving someone else’s oaksFremontia 18(3):89-95.

  24. Pillsbury, N.H., R.B. Standiford, L.R. Costello, T. Rhoades, and P. Regan. 1989. Wood volume equations for central coast blue gum. California Agriculture 43(6):13-14.

  25. LeBlanc, J.W., K. Churches, R.B. Standiford, R. Logan, and D. Irving. 1989. Attitudes about oaks in Calaveras County. California Agriculture 43(4):11-13.

  26. Hasey, J.K., R.B. Standiford, J.M. Connor, and R.M. Sachs. 1988. Low-elevation foothill fuelwood plantation. California Agriculture 42(6):21-22.

  27. Donaldson, D.R., J.W. LeBlanc, R.B. Standiford, S. Gallagher, C.J. Jourdain, and G.E. Miller. 1988. Seven-year performance of eucalyptus species in Napa County. California Agriculture 42(6):19-20.

  28. Standiford, R.B., D.R. Donaldson, R.M. Sachs, and J.K. Hasey. 1988. Short-rotation intensively cultured woody biomass plantations. California Agriculture 42(6):18.

  29. Standiford, R.B. and R. Howitt. 1988. Oak stand growth on California’s hardwood rangelands. California Agriculture 42(4)23-24.

  30. Diamond, N.K., R.B. Standiford, P.C. Passof, and J. LeBlanc. 1987. Oak trees have varied effect on land values. California Agriculture 41(9-10):4-6.

  31. Standiford, R.B. and L. Lasarow. 1987. Evaluating forestry investments on microcomputer. Journal of Computer Applications 2(1): 30-35.

  32. Helms, J.A. and R.B. Standiford. 1985. Predicting release of advance reproduction of mixed conifer species in California following overstory removal. Forest Science 31(1):3-15.

  33. Rinehart, J. and R.B. Standiford. 1984. The economics of blue gum plantations. California Agriculture38(5-6):19-21.

  34. Donaldson, D.R. and R.B. Standiford. 1984. Eucalyptus growth improves with age. California Agriculture 38(3-4):18-19.

  35. Standiford, R.B. and D. Donaldson. 1982. Trees as energy crops. California Agriculture 36(5-6):19-20.

  36. Cassens, D.L., B.C. Fischer, R.B. Standiford, and J.R. Seifert. 1980. Estimating top weights for oak sawtimber in Indiana. Forest Products Journal 30(12):44-47.

Other Peer Reviewed Articles, Publications, Book Chapters

  1. Standiford, R.B., P. Ovando, P. Campos, and G. Montero. 2012. Models of oak woodland silvopastoral management. Chapter 9, In: Mediterranean oak woodland working landscapes: Dehasas of Spain and ranchlands of California. Springer. pp. 245-272.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-6707-2

  2. Allen-Diaz, B., R.B. Standiford, and R.D. Jackson. 2007. Oak woodlands and forests. Chapter 12, In:Terrestrial Vegetation of California, UC Press, Berkeley, CA.

  3. Giusti, Gregory A., Douglas D. McCreary, and Richard B. Standiford. 2005. A planner’s guide for oak woodlands. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 3491, 115 pages.

  4. Campos, P., Alejandro Caparrós, Emilio Cerdá, Lynn Huntsinger, and Richard B. Standiford. 2007. Modeling multifunctional agroforestry systems with environmental values: dehesa in Spain and woodland ranches in California. In: Handbook of Operations Research in Natural Resources, (A. Weintraub, T. Bjorndal, R. Epstein and C. Romero, eds.), Springer Publishers, Dordrecht.

  5. McCreary, D. and R.B. Standiford. 2004. The University of California Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program: addressing oak woodland conservation through research and education.IUFRO Extension Working Party Meeting, Orvieto, Umbria, Italy, Fall, 2004.

  6. Huntsinger, L., Adriana Sulak, R.B. Standiford, and Pablo Campos-Palacin. 2005. Conservation “matching funds” from working woodlands in California. In: Silvopastoralism and Sustainable Management, CABI International, Wallingford, UK/Cambridge, MA.

  7. Standiford, R.B., L. Huntsinger, Pablo Campos-Palacín, and Alejandro Caparrós. 2005. Economic considerations of silvopastoralism in California oak woodlands. In: Silvopastoralism and Sustainable Management, CABI International, Wallingford, UK/Cambridge, MA.

  8. Standiford, R.B., L. Huntsinger, P. Campos, D. Martin, and P. Mariscal. 2003. The bioeconomics of Mediterranean oak woodlands: issues in conservation policy. XII World Forestry Congress Proceedings, Quebec City Canada, September 21-28, 2003. Session A, Forests for People, pp. 111-120. (Awarded “Distinguished Paper” notation.)

  9. McPherson, B.A., D.L. Wood, A.J. Storer, N.M. Kelly, and R.B. Standiford. 2002. Sudden oak death: disease trends in Marin County plots after one year. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Oak Woodland: Oaks in California’s Changing Landscape, October 22-25, 2001, San Diego, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-184, pp. 751-764.

  10. Campos-Palacin, P., L. Huntsinger, R.B. Standiford, D. Martin-Barroso, P. Mariscal-Lorente, and P.F. Starrs. 2002. Working woodlands: public demand, owner management, and government intervention in conserving Mediterranean ranches and dehesas. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Oak Woodland: Oaks in California’s Changing Landscape, October 22-25, 2001, San Diego, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-184, pp. 511-527.

  11. Horney, M., R.B. Standiford, D. McCreary, J. Tecklin, and R. Richards. 2002. Effects of wildfire on blue oak in the northern Sacramento Valley. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Oak Woodland: Oaks in California’s Changing Landscape, October 22-25, 2001, San Diego, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-184, pp. 261-267.

  12. Bartolome, J.W., M.P. McClaren, B.H. Allen-Diaz, J. Dunne, L.D. Ford, R.B. Standiford, N.K. McDougald, and L.C. Forero. 2002. Effects of fire and browsing on regeneration of blue oak. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Oak Woodland: Oaks in California’s Changing Landscape, October 22-25, 2001, San Diego, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-184, pp. 281-286.

  13. Standiford, R.B., D. McCreary, and W. Frost. 2002. Modeling the effectiveness of tree planting to mitigate habitat loss in blue oak woodlands. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Oak Woodland: Oaks in California’s Changing Landscape, October 22-25, 2001, San Diego, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-184, pp. 591-600.

  14. Standiford, R.B. 2001. California’s oak woodlands. In: Oak Forest Ecosystems: Ecology and Management for Wildlife, (W.J. McShea and W.M. Healy, eds.). The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, pp. 280-303.

  15. Standiford, R.B., J. Klein, and B. Garrison. 1996. Sustainability of Sierra Nevada hardwood rangelands. In: Status of the Sierra Nevada: Volume III Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project Report, UC Div. of Ag. and Nat. Res. Wildland Resources Center Report 38:637-680.

  16. Phillips, R., N.K. McDougald, R.B. Standiford, D. McCreary, and W.E. Frost. 1997. Blue oak regeneration in southern Sierra Nevada foothills. In: Proceedings of a Symposium on Oak Woodlands: Ecology, Management, and Urban Interface Issues, March 19-22, 1996, San Luis Obispo, CA. USDA Forest Service Research Paper PSW-GTR-160, pp. 177-181.

  17. Standiford, R.B. and J. Bartolome. 1997. The Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program: education and research as a conservation strategy. In: Proceedings of a Symposium on Oak Woodlands: Ecology, Management, and Urban Interface Issues, March 19-22, 1996, San Luis Obispo, CA. USDA Forest Service Research Paper PSW-GTR-160, pp. 569-581.

  18. Garrison, B. and R.B. Standiford. 1997. A post-hoc assessment of the impacts to wildlife from wood cutting in blue oak woodlands in the northern Sacramento Valley. In: Proceedings of a Symposium on Oak Woodlands: Ecology, Management, and Urban Interface Issues, March 19-22, 1996, San Luis Obispo, CA. USDA Forest Research Paper PSW-GTR-160, pp. 411-422.

  19. Standiford, R.B. 1997. Growth of blue oak on California’s hardwood rangelands. In: Proceedings of a Symposium on Oak Woodlands: Ecology, Management, and Urban Interface Issues, March 19-22, 1996, San Luis Obispo, CA. USDA Forest Service Research Paper PSW-GTR-160, pp. 169-176.

  20. Bartolome, J. and R.B. Standiford. 1992. Ecology and management of California oak woodlands. In: Proceedings of Symposium on Ecology and Management of Oak and Associated Woodlands, Perspectives in the Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico, Sierra Vista, AZ, April 27-30, 1992. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-218, pp. 115-118.

  21. Standiford, R.B. and R.E. Howitt. 1991. A dynamic model of California’s hardwood rangelands. In: Proceedings of the Oak Woodlands and Hardwood Rangeland Management Research Symposium, Davis, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-126, pp. 279-285.

  22. Standiford, R.B. and R. Howitt. 1989. California’s hardwood rangelands — a dynamic policy analysis. In: Multiple Users, Multiple Products, Proceedings of a Symposium sponsored by the Western Regional Coordinating Committee on Range Economics. 42nd Annual Meetings of the Society of Range Management, February 21, 1989, Billings, Montana, pp. 23-45.

  23. Standiford, R.B., N. Diamond, P.C. Passof, and J. LeBlanc. 1987. Value of oaks in rural subdivisions. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Multiple Use of California’s Hardwood Resources. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-100, pp. 156-160.

  24. Standiford, R.B., D.R. Donaldson, and R.M. Sachs. 1987. The University of California’s woody biomass extension and research program. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Multiple Use of California’s Hardwood Resources. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-100, pp. 244-248.

  25. Standiford, R.B. 1986. Biological and economic model for evaluating Eucalyptus globulus plantations. In: Proceedings, International Conference on Residential Wood Energy, pp. 169-178.

  26. Rinehart, J.A. and R.B. Standiford. 1983. Growth and yield of Eucalyptus globulus. In: Proceedings of a Workshop on Eucalyptus in California, June 14-16, 1983, Sacramento, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-69, pp. 61-68.

  27. Donaldson, D.R. and R.B. Standiford. 1983. Evaluating trees as energy crops in Napa County. In: Proceedings of a Workshop on Eucalyptus in California, June 14-16, 1983, Sacramento, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-69, pp. 58-60.

  28. Standiford, R.B. and F.T. Ledig. 1983. Economic evaluation of eucalypt energy plantations. In: Proceedings of a Workshop on Eucalyptus in California, June 14-16, 1983, Sacramento, CA. USDAForest Service General Technical Report PSW-69, pp. 42-48.

  29. Fischer, B.C., R.B. Standiford, and J.C. Callaham. 1980. Value growth rates from overwood trees in the irregular shelterwood method in southern Indiana upland hardwoods. In: Proceedings of the Central Hardwood Forest Conference III, September 16-17, 1980, Univ. of Missouri (H.E. Garret and G.S. Cox, eds.), pp. 401-407.

  30. Standiford, R.B. and B.C. Fischer. 1980. Fifteen-year results of three harvesting methods on composition and development of regeneration in southern Indiana upland hardwoods. In: Proceedings of the Central Hardwood Forest Conference III, September 16-17, 1980, Univ. of Missouri (H.E. Garret and G.S. Cox, eds.), pp. 408-419.

Technical Reports, Articles, Leaflets

  1. Standiford, R.B. and L. Huntsinger. 2012. Valuing Forestland Environmental Services: A Case Study for California’s Oak Woodlands. Proceedings of the International Symposium of Forest Economics 2012 (ISFE2012), Beijing, China, October 13-14, 2012. Pp. 273-281.

  2. Standiford, Richard.B., Weller, Theodore J.; Piirto, Douglas D.; Stuart, John D, technical coordinators. 2012. Proceedings of coast redwood forests in a changing California: A symposium for scientists and managers. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-238. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 675 p.

  3. McPherson, B.A., D.L. Wood, N. M. Kelly, S.R. Mori, P. Svihra, A.J. Storer, R.B. Standiford. 2010. Impacts of Phytophthora ramorum on Oaks and Tanoaks in Marin County, California Forests Since 2000. In: Proceedings of the Sudden Oak Death Fourth Science Symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-229:210-212.

  4. McPherson, B.A., D.L. Wood, S.R. Mori, P. Svhihra, R.B. Standiford, N. M. Kelly. 2008. Consequences ofPhytophthora ramorum infection in coast live oaks. In: Proceedings of the Sixth California Oak Symposium: Today’s Challenges, Tomorrow’s Opportunities. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-217, pp. 199-208.

  5. Standiford, R.B., G.A. Giusti, Y. Valachovic, and W. Zielinski. 2006. Proceedings of the Redwood Region Forest Science Symposium: What Does the Future Hold? March 15-17, 2004, Rohnert Park, CA.USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR194, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Albany, CA, 553 pp.

  6. McPherson, Brice A., David L. Wood, N. Maggi Kelly, Andrew J. Storer, and Richard B. Standiford. 2005. Plotless evaluation of Phytophthora ramorum incidence in oaks and tanoaks in two different forest types in California. In: Proceedings of the Sudden Oak Death Second Science Symposium: The State of our Knowledge, January 18-21, 2005, Monterey, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-196, pp. 549-551.

  7. McPherson, Brice A., Nadir Erbilgin, David L. Wood, Pavel Svihra, Andrew J. Storer, and Richard B. Standiford. 2005. The response of saprotrophic beetles to coast live oaks infected with Phytophthora ramorum. In: Proceedings of the Sudden Oak Death Second Science Symposium: The State of our Knowledge, January 18-21, 2005, Monterey, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical ReportPSW-GTR-196, pp. 419-421.

  8. McPherson, Brice A., Sylvia R. Mori, David L. Wood, Andrew J. Storer, Pavel Svihra, N. Maggi Kelly, and Richard B. Standiford. 2005. Sudden oak death disease progression in oaks and tanoaks. In: Proceedings of the Sudden Oak Death Second Science Symposium: The State of our Knowledge, January 18-21, 2005, Monterey, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-196, pp. 379-382.

  9. McPherson, Brice A., David L. Wood, David M. Rizzo, Pavel Svihra, Steve Tjosvold, Andrew J. Storer, and Richard B. Standiford. 2005. Phytophthora ramorum infection in coast live oaks and Shreve’s oaks treated with insecticide to prevent beetle colonization. In: Proceedings of the Sudden Oak Death Second Science Symposium: The State of Our Knowledge, January 18-21, 2005, Monterey, CA.USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-196, pp. 275-278.

  10. Standiford, R.B. 2005. ANR pursues excellence in research, development and delivery. California Agriculture 59(3):147.

  11. Giusti, G.A., R.B. Standiford, D.D. McCreary, A. Merenlender, and T. Scott. 2004. Oak woodland conservation in California’s changing landscape. Publication of the UC Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program (http://danr.ucop.edu/ihrmp), 6 pp.

  12. Standiford, R.B. 2002. California’s oak woodlands: ecology, management and policy. Proceedings of Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo (UIMP) – Santander 2002 Seminario – Bosques, Sociedad y Cambio Climático – Del 12 al 16 de agosto, 34 pp.

  13. Standiford, R.B. 2001. The bioeconomics of California oak woodland conservation. In: Workshop on Environmental and Commercial Benefits of Reforestation and Natural Regeneration in Oak Mediterranean Forests. Organized by Institute of Economics and Geography Spanish Council for Scientific Research, Nov. 19-20, 2001, Madrid, Spain. (http://www.ieg.csic.es/ben_amb_com/inicio.html)

  14. Standiford, R.B., D. McCreary, and K. Purcell. 2001. Fifth Symposium on Oak Woodland: Oaks in California’s Changing Landscape, October 22-25, 2001, San Diego, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-184, 846 pp.

  15. Dunne, T., J. Agee, S. Beissinger, W. Dietrich, D. Gray, M. Power, V. Resh, and K. Rodrigues, (R.B. Standiford and R. Arcilla, eds.). 2001. A scientific basis for the prediction of cumulative watershed effects. University of California Wildland Resource Center Report No. 46, 103 pp.

  16. McPherson, B.A., P. Svihra, D.M. Rizzo, M. Garbelotto, D.L. Wood, A.J. Storer, N.M. Kelly, N. Palkovsky, S. Tjosvold, J. Davidson, and R.B. Standiford. 2002. Sudden oak death in California. UC IPM Publication 7498, 5 pp.

  17. McPherson, B.A., D.L. Wood, A. Storer, P. Svihra, D.M. Rizzo, N.M. Kelly, and R.B. Standiford. 2000. Oak mortality syndrome: sudden death of oaks and tanoaks. Calif. Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection Tree Note 26, 7 pp.

  18. Standiford, R.B. 1999. California hardwood rangelands: production and conservation values. UC Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program On-line Leaflet IHRMP-89.

  19. Standiford, R.B. and J. Bartolome. 1998. The Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program: education and research as a conservation strategyCalifornia Biodiversity News 6(1):6-7.

  20. McDougald, N.K., W. Frost, J. Bartolome, and R.B. Standiford. 1998. Establishing livestock carrying capacity from GIS and range science research. UC Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program On-line Leaflet IHRMP-70.

  21. Standiford, R.B. 1998. The Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program: education and research as a conservation strategy. First National Extension Natural Resources Conference, May 17-20, 1998, Deerwood, Minnesota, Abstracts, p. 12.

  22. Garrison, B.A. and R.B. Standiford. 1997. Effects of wood cutting on wildlife habitat in blue oak woodlands in the northern Sacramento Valley. UC Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program On-line Leaflet IHRMP-56.

  23. LeBlanc, J.W. and R.B. Standiford. 1997. Woodland management. California Tree Farm News April, pp. 7-13.

  24. Standiford, R.B. 1996. Sustaining California’s hardwood rangelands in an urbanizing environment. In:Symposium on Managing Natural Resources at the Urban Interface: The Challenge of a Changing West, Utah State University, April 17-19, 1996.

  25. Standiford, R.B. 1996. Tax incentives encourage open space conservation. UC Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program On-line Leaflet IHRMP-51.

  26. Standiford, R.B. and P. Tinnin. 1996. Guidelines for managing California’s hardwood rangelands.University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Leaflet No. 3368, 180 pp.

  27. Standiford, R.B. and J. Wutzke. 1995. Managing California’s timberland hardwoods. UC Cooperative Extension Leaflet.

  28. Standiford, R.B., J. Wutzke, J. LeBlanc, and R. Barrett. 1995. A user’s guide to the California wildlife habitat relationships model. UC Cooperative Extension Leaflet.

  29. Standiford, R.B. 1995. A dynamic ranch model of hardwood rangeland. UC Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program On-line Leaflet IHRMP-33.

  30. Standiford, R.B. 1995. The role of fire in California’s oak woodlands. UC Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program On-line Leaflet IHRMP-31.

  31. Standiford, R.B. 1995. Protecting homes from wildfire in oak woodlands. UC Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program On-line Leaflet. IHRMP-30.

  32. Standiford, R.B. 1995. Assessing fire damaged coast live oaks. UC Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program On-line Leaflet IHRMP-29.

  33. Standiford, R.B. and L. Ruth. 1994. Conserving the California spotted owl: impacts of interim policies and implications for the long-term. UC Div. of Ag. and Nat. Res. Wildland Resources Center Report 33, 200 pp.

  34. Standiford, R.B. 1993. Chapter 4: Case study of Visalia. In: A Planner’s Guide for Oak Woodlands, (G.A. Giusti and P.J. Tinnin, eds.). Publication of the Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program, Dept. of Forestry and Res. Mgt., UC Berkeley, 104 pp.

  35. Veerkamp, G.E., R.S. Logan, R.B. Standiford, R.S. Bethell, D.M. Irving, and D.S. Farnham. 1991. Christmas tree production in the Sierra Nevada Foothills. University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Leaflet No. 21478, 18 pp.

  36. Bethell, R. and R.B. Standiford. 1990. Shearing and shaping Christmas trees. California Christmas Tree Growers Bulletin 141:31-33.

  37. Standiford, R.B. (Technical Coordinator). 1991. Proceedings of the Oak Woodlands and Hardwood Rangeland Management Research Symposium, Davis, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-126.

  38. Donaldson, D.R. and R.B. Standiford. 1990. How to grow your own firewood. University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Leaflet No. 21484, 16 pp.

  39. Standiford, R.B. and W. Tietje. 1990. Harvesting firewood for sustained yield on oak rangelands.University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Leaflet No. 21487, 30 pp.

  40. Standiford, R.B. and W.J. Clawson. 1988. Evaluating investments in natural resource management.University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Leaflet No. 21459, 27 pp.

  41. Standiford, R.B. and P.C. Passof. 1987. Education — effective substitute for regulation? Extension Review 58(4):26.

  42. Standiford, R.B., R. Howitt, and J. Loomis. 1987. Integrated management of hardwood range: initial results. Presented at WRCC-55 Range Economics Regional Meetings, Reno, Nevada, October 15-16, 1987, 25 pp.

  43. Hassey, J., M. Connor, and R.B. Standiford. 1987. Foothill fuelwood plantation. What’s Happening in California Forestry 14, 4 pp.

  44. Standiford, R.B. 1987. Forestry in California — Resource management at the urban interface. Paper at the American Farm Bureau Federation 68th Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, January 12, 1987.

  45. LeBlanc, J. and R.B. Standiford. 1987. Woodland management. A homestudy course for California landowners. Cooperative Extension Forestry, 120 pp. (6 units.)

(1) J.W. LeBlanc and R.B. Standiford. Management plans and management planning.

(2) R.B. Standiford and J.W. LeBlanc. Ecology, silvics, and silviculture.

(3) R.B. Standiford and J.W. LeBlanc. Regeneration.

(4) J.W. LeBlanc and R.B. Standiford. Economics of woodland management.

(5) J.W. LeBlanc, R.B. Standiford, and E.L. Fitzhugh. Timber, wildlife, and other forest products.

(6) R.B. Standiford and J.W. LeBlanc. Forest protection.

  1. Standiford, R.B. 1986. Natural Resources Program Area long-range planning document. Cooperative Extension Natural Resources, 18 pp.

  2. Standiford, R.B. 1985. Forest management for private landowners — A syllabus. Cooperative Extension Forestry, 119 pp.

  3. Standiford, R.B. 1985. FORECON: A spreadsheet for evaluating forestry investment. The Compiler3(1):21-22.

  4. Standiford, R.B. 1984. University of California Cooperative Extension Forestry and Wood Products Unit — Programs, Priorities, Personnel. Cooperative Extension Forestry, 62 pp.

  5. Kosco, B., R.B. Standiford, K. Mayer, and W.J. Clawson. 1984. Forest grazing management in California. Univ. of Calif. Div. of Agric. Sciences Leaflet No. 21388, 4 pp.

  6. Standiford, R.B. 1983. Economic evaluation of windbreaks. In: Proceedings of a Conference on Windbreaks in California, 3 pp.

  7. Robson, T.F. and R.B. Standiford (eds.). 1983. Management of the eastside pine type in northeastern California. Society of American Foresters Publication 83-06, 139 pp.

  8. Klonsky, K., R.B. Standiford, W. Krueger, and T. Bailey. 1983. Sample costs to produce Eucalyptus for firewood. Glenn County Extension Leaflet.

  9. Standiford, R.B. 1983. The physical layout of a wholesale Christmas tree farm. California Christmas Tree Growers Bulletin 116:49-51.

  10. Scarlett, A.L., T.F. Robson, R.B. Standiford, and P.C. Passof. 1983. Managing and marketing California plantation-grown Christmas trees. Univ. of Calif. Div. of Agric. Sciences Leaflet No. 21371, 6 pp.

  11. Standiford, R.B. and F. Thomas Ledig (eds.). 1983. Proceedings of a Workshop on Eucalyptus in California, June 14-16, 1983, Sacramento, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-69, 128 pp.

  12. Standiford, R.B. 1983. Firewood harvesting for forest management. Univ. of Calif. Div. of Agric. Sciences Leaflet No. 21367, 8 pp.

  13. Passof, P.C., R.B. Standiford, P.C. Smith, T.F. Robson, and A.L. Scarlett. 1983. Ten common questions about forest tree planting. Univ. of Calif. Div. of Agric. Sciences Leaflet No. 21368, 4 pp.

  14. Standiford, R.B., E. Peggs, and M. LaFranchi. 1983. Silvicultural demonstration areas — Jackson State Forest. Final Report, Cooperative Agreement No. 3-080-218, California Dept. of Forestry and U.C. Cooperative Extension.

  15. Donaldson, D., W. Dost, and R.B. Standiford. 1983. Heating your home with wood. Univ. of Calif. Div. of Agric. Sciences Leaflet No. 21336, 8 pp.

  16. Standiford, R.B. 1982. Developing a choose-and-cut plantation. California Christmas Tree Growers Bulletin 113:11-13.

  17. Standiford, R.B. 1982. Perspectives on forestry in California. California Christmas Tree Growers Bulletin113:18-20.

  18. Brown, W.R., L.R. Brown, C.S. Koehler, A.H. McCain, and R.B. Standiford. 1981. Insect, mite, and disease control guide for Christmas trees. Univ. of Calif. Div. of Agric. Sciences Leaflet No. 2994, 12 pp.

  19. Scarlett, A.L., R.B. Standiford, T.F. Robson, B.L. Willoughby, P.C. Passof, and P.C. Smith. 1982. Managing and marketing California forest-grown Christmas trees. Univ. of Calif. Div. of Agric. Sciences Leaflet No. 2429, 15 pp.

  20. Standiford, R.B., D. Donaldson, and J. Breece. 1982. Planting Eucalyptus for firewood. Univ. of Calif. Div. of Agric. Sciences Leaflet No. 21297, 4 pp.

  21. Smardon, R.C., M. Hunter, J. Resue, and M. Zoelling, (R.B. Standiford, ed.). 1982. Our National Landscape, A Conference on Applied Techniques for Analysis and Management of the Visual Resource. Annotated Bibliography and Expertise Index. Univ. of Calif. Div. of Agric. Sciences Special Publication No. 3279, 193 pp.

  22. Standiford, R.B. 1981. The depletion allowance in forestry. In: Forest Taxation Conference Proceedings,(Robson and Standiford, eds.). Northern California Society of American Foresters Publication, pp. 38-47.

  23. Robson, T.F. and R.B. Standiford (eds.). 1981. Forest Taxation Conference Proceedings. Northern California Society of American Foresters Publication, 75 pp.

  24. Standiford, R.B. and S.I. Ramacher (eds.). 1981. The Edgebrook Conference on cumulative effects of forest land on California watersheds — Proceedings. Univ. of Calif. Div. of Agric. Sciences Special Publication No. 3268, 109 pp.

  25. Standiford, R.B. 1981. Financial analysis of Christmas tree investments. California Christmas Tree Growers Bulletin 110:28-35.

  26. Standiford, R.B., B.C. Fischer, and S.H. Wickham. 1980. Scotch pine Christmas tree variety trial at the Southern Indiana Purdue Agricultural Center. Indiana Forest Products and Wood Utilization Report No. 160, pp. 7-10.

  27. Fischer, B.C., R.B. Standiford, and J.R. Seifert. 1980. Growth and stand development of white pine plantings at SIPAC. Indiana Forest Products and Wood Utilization Report No. 159, pp. 5-6.

  28. Standiford, R.B. 1979. Effect of timber harvesting on species composition of natural regeneration. In:Proceedings of the Southern Indiana Purdue Agricultural Center Open House and Field Tours, pp. 9-16.

Abstracts

  1. Standiford, R.B. 2013. Biomass Plantations in California. Sivlculture Matters: Society of American Foresters National Convention, October 23-27, 2013. Charleston, SC (http://vimeo.com/86910173).

  2. Standiford, R.B. 2012. Trends in Harvest Levels and Stumpage Prices in Coastal California. UC Oak Woodland Blog Series, Oak Conservation. October, 2012 (http://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=8623).

  3. Standiford, R.B. 2012. Redwood and Douglas-fir stumpage price trends in Coastal California. Resilient Forests: Society of American Foresters National Convention, October 24-28, 2012, Spokane, Washington (https://vimeo.com/87014998).

  4. Standiford, R.B., S. Kocher, G. Giusti, W. Stewart, D. McCreary, K. Krist and D. Krause. 2012. Utililizing the web for extension programs in forestry and oak woodlands in California. In: Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals 8th Biennial Conference, May 20-23, 2012, Hendersonville, North Carolina, Natural Resources Programs and Partnerships at Work, pp. 62-63.

  5. N.K. McDougald, R.B. Standiford, R. Phillips. 2011. Fire History for Blue Oak Stands in the Southern Sierra. UC Oak Woodland Blog Series, Oak Conservation. July, 2011 (http://ucanr.org/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=5309).

  6. Standiford, R.B., R. Phillips, N.K. McDougald. 2011. Thinning Enhances Blue Oak and Interior Live Oak Acorn Production. UC Oak Woodland Blog Series, Oak Conservation. May, 2011 (http://ucanr.org/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=4780).

  7. Standiford, R.B. 2011. Opportunities for Log Exports for California Landowners. UC Extension Forestry Blog Series, Forest Research and Outreach. May, 2011 (http://ucanr.org/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=4930).

  8. Standiford, R.B., N.K. McDougald, D.D. McCreary. 2010. Thinning: A tool for restoration of California’s oak woodlands. Society of American Foresters National Convention, Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 30, 2010.

  9. Standiford, R.B. 2006. Redwood and Douglas-fir stumpage price trends in coastal California. In: Proceedings of the Redwood Region Forest Science Symposium: What Does the Future Hold? March 15-17, 2004, Rohnert Park, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR 194:511-512.

  10. Standiford, R.B. 2003. Forest science in practice: views from the West. Invited Plenary Paper,Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters National Meeting, October 25-30, 2003, Buffalo, New York.

  11. McPherson, B.A., R.B. Standiford, D.L. Wood, A.J. Storer, and P. Svihra. 2002. Interactions among bark and ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) and a novel disease of oaks in California. In: Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium: The State of our Knowledge, December 17-18, 2002, Monterey, CA, p. 68.

  12. Fry, D.L., B. Collins, B.A. McPherson, M. Kelly, A.J. Storer, D.L. Wood, and R.B. Standiford. 2002. Sudden oak death infection levels and associated forest characteristics. In: Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium: The State of our Knowledge, December 17-18, 2002, Monterey, CA, p. 66.

  13. McPherson, B.A., D.L. Wood, A.J. Storer, R.B. Standiford. 2002. Progression of sudden oak death over two years at sites in Marin County, CA. In: Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium: The State of our Knowledge, December 17-18, 2002, Monterey, CA, p. 12.

  14. 14. Standiford, R.B. and T.A. Scott. 2001. Value of oak woodlands and open space on private property values in southern California. Poster presentation at the Fifth Symposium on Oak Woodland: Oaks in California’s Changing Landscape, October 22-25, 2001, San Diego, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-184, pp. 835-836.

  15. 15. McCreary, D. and R.B. Standiford. 2001. Minimizing the impacts of sudden oak death in coastal California. Presented at The Wildland-Urban Interface: Sustaining Forests in a Changing Landscape, November 5-8, 2001, Gainesville, FL. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-184.

  16. Standiford, R.B. and T.A. Scott. 2001. Value of oak woodland open space on private property values. Presented at The Wildland-Urban Interface: Sustaining Forests in a Changing Landscape, November 5-8, 2001, Gainesville, FL. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-184.

  17. McPherson, B.A., D.L. Wood, A.J. Storer, N.M. Kelly, and R.B. Standiford. 2001. Oak mortality syndrome/sudden oak death, a new forest disease in California. Presented at IUFRO Meeting, Velaine-en-Haye, France, Sept., 2001. (Section D7 Forest Health, Unit 7.03.05, Integrated control of scolytid bark beetles and Unit 7.03.05, Insects affecting reforestation.)

  18. Standiford, R.B., Ralph Phillips, and Neil K. McDougald. 2000. The effect of thinning blue oak rangelands in California’s southern Sierra Nevada. Abstract, 53rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management, February 13-18, 2000, Boise, Idaho.

  19. Standiford, R.B., R. Phillips, and N.K. McDougald. 1999. Fire history of blue oak rangelands in California’s southern Sierra Nevada, and restoration of fire-related stand structure through thinning. In:Fire Management: Emerging Policies and New Paradigms, California Association for Fire Ecology (CAFÉ) 1999 Symposium, Nov. 16-19, 1999, San Diego.

  20. Standiford, R.B. 2000. Conservation of California’s oak woodlands. In: Seventh Workshop on Physiology and Growth Problems in Oak Plantings, S. Lake Tahoe, CA, Sept. 28-29, 1998. USDA Forest Service North Central Forest Experiment Station General Technical Report NC 206, p. 16.

  21. Standiford, R.B., D. McCreary, S. Barry, and L. Forero. 1998. The probability of stump sprouting for blue oak on northern Sacramento Valley hardwood rangelands. 51st Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, February 8-12, 1998, Abstracts, p. 74.

  22. Standiford, R.B., L. Ruth, and J. Wutzke. 1993. Implementing a conservation strategy for the California spotted owl. In: Creating a Forestry for the 21st Century, August 24-26, 1993, Portland, OR, Abstracts, p. 28.

  23. Standiford, R.B. 1993. Value of wild pig hunting in California’s oak woodlands. In: Wild Pig Symposium. Sponsored by The Wildlife Society and Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program, May, 1993, San Luis Obispo, CA.

  24. McHenry, W.B., B.L. Willoughby, D.R. Anderson, N.L. Smith, and R.B. Standiford. 1987. Control of seedling deerbrush ceanothus on a forest site with a paper groundcover mat compared to two soil-active herbicides. Western Society of Weed Science Research Progress Reports, Boise, Idaho, March 10-12, 1987, pp. 79-81.

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