Pyrological Classification of Landscapes, Sites and Fuel Types


Fire in Ecosystems of Boreal Eurasia

Pyrological Classification of Landscapes, Sites and Fuel Types

Abaimov, A.P., and I.J. Koropachinskiy. 1984. Larch: Larix gmelinii and Larix cajanderi. Novosibirsk, Nauka. 121 pp. Novosibirsk, Nauka <in Russian>.

Anonymous. 1966-1970. Reference book of climate of the USSR. vol. 1-4, Issues 6-8, 17-29, 33. Hydrometeoizdat, Leningrad. (In Russian)

Anonymus. 1973. Atlas of Forests of the USSR. Moscow <in Russian>.

Anonymus. 1990. Vegetation of the USSR. 1990. Map for High Schools at 1:4,000,000 scale. Moscow, GUGK <in Russian>..

Budyko, M.I. 1974. Climate change. Hydrometeoizdat, Leningrad, 280 pp. <in Russian>.

Buks, I.I. et al. 1977. The correlation ecological-phytocoenotic map of 1:7,500,000 scale. Institute of Geography of Siberia. Irkutsk <in Russian>.

Conrad, V. 1947. Usual formulas of continentality and their limits of validity. Transactions of American Geophysical Union 27 (5): 663-664.

Deeming, J.E., J.W. Lancaster, M.A. Fosberg, R.W. Furman, and M.J. Schroeder. 1972. The National Fire Danger Rating System. USDA For. Ser. Paper RM-84, 165 pp.

Furyaev, V.V. 1988. Analyses or fire consequences for evaluation of forest-forming processes. Lesovedenije No.1, 59-66 <in Russian>.

Hamet-Achti, L. 1976. The biotic divisions of the boreal zone. Geobotanical cartography, pp. 51-58. Moscow <in Russian>.

Holdridge, L.R. 1967. Life zone ecology. Tropical Science Center, San Jose.

Isachenko, A.G. 1988. Landscapes and the content of the world landscape map. Izvestia, VGO, Vol.120 (6), pp. 489-501.

Kurbatsky, N.P. 1954. Methodological guidelines for experimental development of local fire danger rating scales. TsNIILKh, Leningrad, 33 pp. <in Russian>.

Kurbatsky, N.P. 1962. Techniques and tactics of fire suppression. Moscow, 154 pp. <in Russian>.

Kurbatsky, N.P. 1970. Studies of loading and characteristics of forest fuels. In: Problems of forest pyrology, pp. 5-58. Krasnoyarsk <in Russian>.

Nazimova, D.I., N.I. Molokova, and K.K. Djanseitov. 1985. Altitudinal zonality and climate in the mountains of the Southern Siberia. Geography and Natural Resources 2, 53-58.

Nazimova D.I., N.P. Polikarpov, and N.M. Tchebakova. 1990. Climatic ordination of forest vegetation zones and altitudinal belts as a basis of general classification of forest cover in Siberia. In: Proc. Int. Symp. “Boreal Forests. Stability, Dynamics and Anthropogenic Inputs”, pp. 49-61. The Forest State Committee Press. Archangelsk.

Nesterov, V.G., M.V. Gritsenko, and T.A. Shabunina. 1968. The use of dew point temperature in calculation of the fire occurrence index. Meteorologia and Hidrologia 9, 102-105 <in Russian>.

Polikarpov, N.P., N.M. Tchebakova, and D.I. Nazimova. 1986. Climate and mountain forests in Southern Siberia. Novosibirsk, Nauka. 225 pp.

Pyne, S.J. 1984. Introduction to Wildland Fire. Fire Management in the United States. John Wiley, New York, 455 pp.

Shumilova, L.V. Botanical geography of Siberia. 1962. Tomsk State University Press, Tomsk. 440 pp. <in Russian>.

Smagin, V.N. et al. 1977. Forest cover division of Siberia. Institute for Forest and Wood, Krasnoyarsk. 44 pp. <in Russian>.

Smagin, V.N., S.A. Iljinskaya, and D.I. Nazimova, et al. 1980. Forest types of the south Siberia mountains. Novosibirsk, Nauka. 280 pp. <in Russian>

Sochava V.B., and E.M. Lavrenko. 1956. Plant cover of the USSR. Explanation text to the geobotanical map. v., 2 pp <in Russian>.

Sofronov, M.A. and A.V. Volokitina. 1985. The types of the prime conductors of burning in surface fires. Forest Journal 5, 12-17 <in Russian>.

Sofronov, M.A. and A.V. Volokitina. 1990. Pyrological regions of the taiga zone. Novosibirsk, 204 pp. <in Russian>.

Sukachev, V.N. 1972. The foundations of forest typology and biogeocoenology. Nauka, Leningrad, 420 pp. <in Russian>.

Tchebakova, N.M. 1981. The evaluation of mountain forest potential productivity in the Western Sayan on the base of climatic parameters. In: Formation and productivity of stands, pp. 6-18. Novosibirsk, Nauka <in Russian>.

Tchebakova, N.M., and E.I. Parfenova. 1991. The role of radiational factors in plant cover differentiation into altitudinal belts in Baikal basin. Geography and Natural Resources 2, 75-82.

Trabaud, L. 1977. Fuel mapping helps forest firefighting in Southern France. Fire Manage. Notes 39, 14-17.

Tuhkanen, S.A. 1984. Climatic parameters and indices in plant geography. Acta Botanica Fennica 67. Uppsala, 110 pp.

Utkin, A.I. and N.V. Dylis. 1969. The biogeocoenotic classification of forests. Lesovedenije 3, 3-23.

Valendik, E.N. 1990. Large forest fires. Novosibirsk, Nauka. 205 pp. <in Russian>.

Volokitina, A.V. 1990. Principle for developing guidelines for identification of the types of prime conductors of burning (on the example of Krasnoyarsk Priangarie). Krasnoyarsk, Dep. in VINITY: 5352-W90, 31 pp. <in Russian>.

Volokitina, A.V. and M.A.Sofronov. 1979. Moistening, drying, and burning intensity of the forest floor. In: Modelling in forest fire control, pp. 45-85. Krasnoyarsk <in Russian>.

Volokitina, A.V. 1988. Methodological recommendations on drawing operative maps of forest fuels for Priangarie of Krasnoyarsk territory. Krasnoyarsk. ILID, 12 pp. <in Russian>.

Volokitina, A.V., T.M. Tartakovskaya, and E.G. Schevchuk. 1989. Creating database for rapid drawing of the maps of forest fuels (methodological recommendations). Krasnoyarsk, 20 pp. <in Russian>.

Walter, H., and Box E. 1976. Global classification of natural terrestrial ecosystems. Vegetatio 32 (2), 75-81.

Wright, J.G. 1967. Forest-fire hazard research as developed and conducted at the Petawawa Forest Experiment Station. Forest Service, Department of the Interior, Ottowa, Canada, 40pp.




Print Friendly, PDF & Email
WP-Backgrounds Lite by InoPlugs Web Design and Juwelier Schönmann 1010 Wien