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No. 72. Anderson, R.S. and P.A. Koehler. 2003. Modern pollen and vegetation relationships in the mountains of southern California, USA. Grana 42: 129-144. 
No. 72. Anderson, R.S. and P.A. Koehler. 2003. Modern pollen and vegetation relationships in the mountains of southern California, USA. Grana 42: 129-144.

112. Markgraf, V., Anderson, R.S., Whitlock, C. Late Quaternary vegetation and fire history in the northernmost Nothofagus forest region: Mallin Vaca Lauquen, Neuquén Province, Argentina. In Review.

111. Gaglioti, B. 2007. Modern pollen and vegetation relationships along an environmental gradient in northern Arizona. Senior Applied Research Project, Sterling College. 31 p.

110. Hallett, D.J., Anderson, R.S. Paleo-fire reconstruction from high elevation forests in the Sierra Nevada, California and implications for late Holocene drought. In Review.

109. Anderson, R.S., Jass, R.B., Toney, J.L., Allen, C.D., Ciseros-Dozal, L.M., Hess, M., Heikoop, J., Fessenden, J. 2007. Development of mixed conifer forest in northern New Mexico, and its relationship to Holocene environmental change. Accepted in Quaternary Research.

108. Kaufman, D.S., Bright, J., Dean, W.E., Rosenbaum, J.G., Anderson, R.S., Colman, S.M., Forester, R.M., Heil, C.W., Jr., Jiménez-Moreno, G., Moser, K., Reheis, M.C., Simmons, K.R. 2007. A quarter-million years of environmental change at Bear Lake, Utah-Idaho. Submitted as part of a GSA Special Paper.

107. Power, M.J. and 74 others (Anderson is 19th). 2008. Changes in fire activity since the LGM: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data. Accepted in Climate Dynamics.

106. Fawcett, P.J., Heikoop, J., Goff, F., Anderson, R.S., Donohoo-Hurley, L., Geissman, J.W., WoldeGabriel, G., Allen, C.D., Johnson, C.M., Smith, S.J. and Fessenden-Rahn, J. 2007. Two Middle Pleistocene glacial-interglacial cycles from the Valle Grande, Jemez Mountains, northern New Mexico. New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 58th Field Conference, Geology of the Jemez Mountains Region II, pp. 121-129.

104. Jiménez-Moreno, G., Anderson, R.S. and Fawcett, P.J. 2007. Orbital and millennial-scale vegetation and climate changes of the past 225 kyr from western North America. Quaternary Science Reviews, 26 (13-14).

103. Fisher, J., Cole, K.L. and Anderson, R.S. 2006. Using packrat middens to assess grazing influences on vegetation change in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah.  Open File Report 2006-1183. US Department of Interior, US Geological Survey, Reston, VA

101. Allen, C.D., Anderson, R.S., Jass, R.B., Toney, J.L., and Baisan, C.H. 2007. Paired charcoal and tree-ring records of high-frequency fire from two New Mexico bog sites.  Accepted in International Journal of Wildland Fire.

100. Anderson, R. S., Allen, C.D., Toney, J.L., Jass, R.B., and Bair, A.N. 2007. Holocene vegetation and forest fire regimes in subalpine and mixed conifer forests, southern Rocky Mountains.  Accepted in International Journal of Wildland Fire.

99. Kropf, M., Mead, J.I. and Anderson, R.S. 2007. Dung, diet, and the paleoenvironment of The Extinct Shrub-Ox (Euceratherium collinum) on the Colorado Plateau, USA. Quaternary Research 67, 143-151.

98. Anderson, R.S. 2006. Paleoenvironments of the Southern Rocky Mountains of Colorado and New Mexico – A Summary from Lake and Bog Sediments.  Report on research to B. Vierra.

96. West, G.J., Woolfenden, W., Wanket, J.A. and Anderson, R.S. 2007. Late Pleistocene and Holocene environments. Chapter 2. IN Jones, T.L, and Klar, K. (eds.), California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture and Complexity. Pp. 11-34. Altamira Press.

95. Brigham-Grette, J., Anderson, R.S., et al. 2006. Petroleum geologists’ award to Novelist Crichton is inappropriate. EOS 87(35), 364 (5 September 2006).

94. Anderson, R.S. 2005. Contrasting vegetation and fire histories on the Point Reyes Peninsula during the pre-settlement and Historic periods. Final report to the Point Reyes National Seashore, National Park Service.

93. Kropf, M. 2005. The extinct shrub-ox (Euceratherium collinum) and its late Quaternary environment on the Colorado Plateau. MS thesis, Northern Arizona University.

92. Fisher, J.F. 2005. Using packrat middens to assess how grazing influences vegetation change in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah. MS thesis, Northern Arizona University.

91. Berg, E.E. and R.S. Anderson. 2006. Fire history of white and Lutz spruce forests on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, over the last two millennia as determined from soil charcoal. Forest Ecology and Management 227, 275-283.

90. Anderson, R.S., S.J. Smith, R.B. Jass and W. G. Spaulding. 2008. A Late Holocene record of vegetation and climate from a small wetland in Shasta County, California. Madroño.

89. deFontaine, C.S., D.S. Kaufman, R.S. Anderson, A. Werner, C.F. Waythomas and T.A. Brown. 2007. Late Quaternary distal tephra in Paradox Lake sediments, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Quaternary Research 68, 64-78.

88. Toney, J.L. and R.S. Anderson. 2006. A postglacial paleoecological record from the San Juan Mountains of Colorado: fire, climate and vegetation history. The Holocene 16 (4), 505-517.

87. Anderson, R.S. 2003. Paleoenvironment of the Owens Lake Area during the late Quaternary. IN Byrd, B.F. and M. Hale (eds.), Lacustrine Lifestyles Along Owens Lake. Pp. 475-488. ASM Affiliates, Inc., Encinitas, CA

86. Anderson, R.S., Hallett, D.J., Berg, E., Jass, R.B., Toney, J.L., de Fontaine, C.S. & DeVolder, A. 2006. Holocene development of boreal forests and fire regimes in the Kenai Lowlands of Alaska. The Holocene 16 (6), 791-803.

85. Bair, A.N. 2004. A 15,000 Year Vegetation and Fire History Record from the Southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico. MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

84. Anderson, R.S, and Smith, S.J. Succession in spruce – fir forests following bark beetle (Dendroctonus rufipennis) outbreak: paleoecologic evidence from northwestern Colorado

83. Anderson, R.S., Jass, R.B., Toney, J.L., Allen, C.D., Cisneros-Dozal, L.M., Hess, M., Heikoop, J. and Fessenden, J. Development of the mixed conifer forest in northern New Mexico, and its relationship to Holocene climate change. Accepted in Quaternary Research.

82. Toney, J.L. 2004. The postglacial paleoecological record from Little Molas Lake, San Juan Mountains, Colorado. MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

81. Daniels, M.L., Anderson, R.S. and Whitlock, C. 2005. Vegetation and fire history since the late Pleistocene from the Trinity Mountains, northwestern California, USA. The Holocene 15 (7), 1062-1071.

80. Anderson, R.S. and S.J. Smith. 2007. Vegetation changes within the subalpine and mixed conifer forests on Mt. Graham, Arizona: proxy evidence for Mt. Graham Red Squirrel habitat.  Proceedings of the Mt. Graham Red Squirrel Symposium.

79. Jass, R.M.B., R.S. Anderson and C. Allen. Climate and fire history at Alamo Bog, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico, USA.

78. Daniels, M.L. 2001. Fire and Vegetation History Since the Late Pleistocene from the Trinity Mountains of California. MS thesis, Northern Arizona University.

77. Beach, T. 2001. 40,000 years of paleoecological record, Emily’s Pond, Grafton Ponds Natural Area Reserve, York County, Virginia. MS thesis, Northern Arizona University.

76. Anderson, R.S., M.J. Power, K. Springer and E. Scott. 2002. Paleoecology of a Middle Wisconsin deposit from southern California. Quaternary Research 58, 310-317.

75. Brunelle, A.R. and R.S. Anderson. 2003. Sedimentary charcoal as an indicator of Late-Holocene drought in the Sierra Nevada, California and its relevance to the future. The Holocene 13(1), 21-28.

74. Anderson, R.S. and R. Brunner-Jass. 2000. Pollen analysis of historic features at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest Estate, Bedford County, Virginia. Final Report Submitted to the Corporation for Jefferson’s Poplar Forest.

73. DeVolder, A.D., R.S. Anderson and E.E. Berg. Fire history of black spruce forests, northern Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.

72. Anderson, R.S. and P.A. Koehler. 2003. Modern pollen and vegetation relationships in the mountains of southern California, USA. Grana 42: 129-144.

71. Whitlock, C. and R.S. Anderson. 2003. Fire history reconstructions based on sediment records from lakes and wetlands. IN Veblen, T.T., W.L. Baker, G. Montenegro and T.W. Swetnam, “Fire and Climatic Change in Temperate Forests of the Americas”. Ecological Studies, Vol. 160, Springer-Verlag, New York. Pp. 3-31.

70. Phillips, B.G. 1995. Climate change and the lacustrine history of Lake Canyon, Utah. MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University. 107 p.

69. DeVolder, A. 1999. Fire and climate history of lowland black spruce forests, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

68. Brunner Jass, R.M. 1999. Fire occurrence and paleoecology at Alamo Bog and Chihuahueños Bog, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico, USA. MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

67. Power, M.J. 1998. Paleoclimatic interpretation of an alpine lake in south central Sierra Nevada, California: multiple proxy evidence. MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

66. Webb, R. and J. Hasbargen. 1998. Escalante pollen.

65. Hasbargen, J. 1997. Identification of prehistoric fields through palynological evidence. MA Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

64. Anderson, R.S., J. Hasbargen, P.A. Koehler, and E.J. Feiler. 1999. Late Wisconsin and Holocene subalpine forests of the Markagunt Plateau of Utah, southwestern Colorado Plateau, U.S.A. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 31: 366-378.

63. Koehler, P.A. 1995. Late Pleistocene mollusks from the Dolomite Site, Owens Lake Playa, California. The Veliger 38: 312-318.

62. Anderson, R.S., J.L. Betancourt, J.I. Mead, R.H. Hevly and D.P. Adam. 2000. Middle- and late-wisconsin paleobotanic and paleoclimatic records from the southern Colorado Plateau, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 155: 31-57.

61. Koehler, P.A., R.S. Anderson and W.G. Spaulding. 2005. Development of vegetation in the central Mohave Desert of California during the late Quaternary. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 215: 297-311.

60. Brunelle, A.R. 1997. A post-glacial record of fire and vegetation from Siesta Lake, Yosemite National Park, California. MS Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

59. Anderson, R.S. and B.F. Byrd. 1998. Late-Holocene vegetation changes from the Las Flores Creek coastal lowlands, San Diego County, California. Madroño 45 (2): 171-182.

58. Kearsley, J.B. and S.T. Jackson. 1991. Establishment and history of a Pinus strobus-dominated stand in northern New York, U.S.A. Journal of Vegetation Science 8: 425-436.

57. Singer, D.K., S.T. Jackson, B.J. Madsen and D.A. Wilcox. 1996. Differentiating climatic and successional influences on long-term development of a marsh. Ecology 77: 1765-1778.

56. Feiler, E.J., R.S. Anderson and P.A. Koehler. 1997. Late Quaternary paleoenvironments of the White River Plateau, Colorado, U.S.A. Arctic and Alpine Environments 29: 53-62.

55. Anderson, R.S. and S.J.Smith. 1997. The sedimentary record of fire in montane meadows, Sierra Nevada, California, USA: a preliminary report. IN Clark, J.S., H. Cachier, J.G. Goldammer and B. Stocks (eds.), “Sediment Records of Biomass Burning and Global Change”. NATO ASI Series, Vol. I 51: 313-327. Springer-Verlag Berlin.

54. Smith, S.J. 1998. Processing pollen samples from archaeological sites in the southwest United States: an example of differential recovery from two heavy liquid gravity separation techniques. Pp. 29-34. IN Bryant, V.M., Jr. and J.H. Wrenn (eds.), "New Developments in Palynomorph Sampling, Extraction and Analysis". AASP Contribution Series 33. AASP, Houston.

53. Spaulding, W.G., P.A. Koehler and R.S. Anderson. 1994. A late Quaternary paleoenvironmental record from the central Mojave Desert. San Bernardino County Museum Association Special Publication 94-1: 53-55.

52. Dryer, J.D. 1994. Late Pleistocene vegetation change at Stanton's Cave, Colorado River, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. MS thesis, Northern Arizona University.

51. Koehler, P.A., E.J. Feiler, and J.M. Glennon. Middle Wisconsin to Recent vegetation changes from pollen analysis of Screaming Neotoma Cave, Lyman Lake State Park, Arizona.

50. Anderson, R.S. 1996. Postglacial biogeography of Sierra lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. murrayana) in California. Ecoscience 3: 343-351.

49. Jackson, S.T. and S.J. Smith. 1994. Pollen dispersal and representation on an isolated forested plateau. New Phytologist 128: 181-193.

48. Jackson, S.T. and C.R. Givens. 1994. Late Wisconsinan vegetation and environment of the Tunica Hills, Louisiana / Mississippi. Quaternary Research 41: 316-325.

47. Smith, S.J. and R.S. Anderson. 1995. A method for impregnating soft sediment cores for thin-section microscopy. Journal of Sedimentary Research 65: 576-577.

46. Hasbargen, J. 1994. A Holocene paleoclimatic and environmental record from Stoneman Lake, Arizona. Quaternary Research 42: 188-196.

45. Koehler, P.A. and R.S. Anderson. 1994. The paleoecology and stratigraphy of Nichols Meadow, Sierra National Forest, California. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 112: 1-17.

44. Anderson, R.S. and S.J. Smith. 1994. Paleoclimatic interpretation of meadow sediment and pollen stratigraphies from California. Geology 22: 723-726.

43. Koehler, P.A. and R.S. Anderson. 1994. Full-glacial shoreline vegetation during the maximum highstand at Owens Lake, California. Great Basin Naturalist 54: 142-149.

42. Anderson, R.S. and S.J. Smith. 1999. Climatic extremes of the last 4000 years as reflected in pollen records from the southern Sierra Nevada, California. Natural History Museum of the Los Angeles County Technical Report 11: 25-44.

41. Hansen, E. 1993. Early Archaic diet at Old Man Cave: a perspective on Early Archaic subsistence in southeastern Utah. M.S.Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

40. Feiler, E. 1994. A 6000-year record of vegetation change from West Carrizo Canyon, southeastern Colorado. M.S. Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

39. Hasbargen, J. l993. The paleoenvironment of Stoneman Lake, Arizona. M.S. Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

38. McVickar, J. 1991. Holocene vegetation change at Cowboy Cave, southeastern Utah and its effect on human subsistence. M.S. Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

37. Sharpe, S. l991. Late-Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation change in Arches National Park, Grand County, Utah, and Dinosaur National Monument, Moffatt County, Colorado. M.S. Thesis, Northern Arizona University.

36. Anderson, R.S. and T.R. Van Devender. 1995. Vegetation history and paleoclimates of the coastal lowlands of Sonora, Mexico – pollen records from packrat middens. Journal of Arid Environments 30: 295-306.

35. Koehler, P.A. 1993. The paleoecology and stratigraphy of Nichols Meadow, Sierra National Forest, California. M.S. Thesis Northern Arizona University.

34. Betancourt, J.L., W.S.Schuster, J.B. Mitton and R.S. Anderson. 1991. Fossil and genetic evidence for the age and origin of a pinyon pine (Pinus edulis) isolate. Ecology 72: 1685-1697.

33. Anderson, R.S. 1994. Paleohistory of a giant sequoia grove: the record from Log Meadow, Sequoia National Park. IN Aune, P.S. (ed.), “Proceedings of the Symposium on Giant Sequoias: Their Place in the Ecosystem and Society.”USDA Forest Service, Gen. Tech. Rpt. P5W-GTR-151. Pp. 49-55.

32. Anderson, R.S., S.J. Smith and P.A. Koehler. 1997. Distribution of sites and radiocarbon dates in the Sierra Nevada: implications for paleoecological prospecting. Radiocarbon 39: 121-137.

31. Anderson, R.S., C. Wahrhaftig, K.L. Cole, M. Hughes and T. Swetnam. 1992. Guidebook to AMQUA fieldtrip: Sierra Nevada paleoecology and glacial geology.

30. Koehler, P.K. and R.S. Anderson. 1995. Thirty thousand years of vegetation changes in the Alabama Hills, Owens Valley, California. Quaternary Research 48: 238-248.

29. White, Steven. 1991. Paleoecology of Mad Chipmunk Cave, Toana Range, Nevada. M.S. thesis, Northern Arizona University.

28. Anderson, R.S., H.W. Borns, Jr., D.C. Smith and C. Race. 1992. Implications of rapid sediment accumulation in a small New England salt marsh. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 29: 2013-2017.

27. Anderson, R.S., G.L. Jacobson, Jr., R.B. Davis and R. Stuckenrath. 1992. Gould Pond, Maine: late-glacial transitions from marine to upland environments. Boreas 21: 359-371.

26. Anderson, R.S. 1993. A 35,000 year vegetation and climate history from Potato Lake, Mogollon Rim, Arizona. Quaternary Research 40: 351-359.

25. Smith, S.J. and R.S. Anderson. 1992. Late Wisconsin paleoecologic record from Swamp Lake, Yosemite National Park, California. Quaternary Research 38: 91-102.

24. Anderson, R.S. 1991. Review of Betancourt, Van Devender and Martin, “Packrat Middens: the last 40,000 years of biotic change". Madroño 38: 206-207.

23. Anderson, R.S. 1991. Review of Betancourt, Van Devender and Martin, "Packrat Middens: the last 40,000 years of biotic change". Quaternary Research 35: 298-301.

22. Davis, O.K. and R.S. Anderson. 1988. Pollen in packrat (Neotoma) middens: reply to discussion by T.R. Van Devender. Palynology 12: 226-229.

21. Anderson, R.S. and S.J. Smith. 1991. Paleoecology within California's Sierra Nevada National Parks: an overview of the past and prospectus for the future. Yosemite Centennial Volume, National Park Service. pp. 329-337.

20. Anderson, R.S. and D.S. Shafer. 1991. Holocene biogeography of spruce-fir forests in southeastern Arizona - implication for the endangered Mt. Graham red squirrel. Madroño 38: 287-295.

19. Russell, E.M.B., R.B. Davis, R.S, Anderson, T.E. Rhodes and D.S. Anderson. 1993. Recent centuries of vegetation change in the glaciated north-eastern United States. Journal of Ecology 81: 647-664.

18. Betancourt, J.L., W.S. Schuster, J.B. Mitton and R.S. Anderson. 1991. Fossil and genetic evidence for the age and origin of a pinyon pine (Pinusedulis) isolate. Ecology 72: 1685-1697.

17. Smith, S.J. 1989. Pollen and microscopic charcoal analysis of a sediment core from Swamp Lake, Yosemite National Park, California. M.S. thesis, Northern Arizona University.

16. Berlin, G.L., D.E. Salas, and P.R. Geib. 1990. A prehistoric Sinagua agricultural site in the ashfall zone of Sunset Crater, Arizona. Journal of Field Archaeology 17: 1-16.

15. Anderson, R.S. and T.R. Van Devender. 1991. Palynology and packrat (Neotoma) middens: a chronological sequence from the Waterman Mountains, southern Arizona. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 68: 1-28.

14. Gish, J.L. and R.S. Anderson. Photographic key to the common pollen types of the Sonoran Desert.

13. Anderson, R.S. and S.L. Carpenter. 1991. Vegetation change in Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California, during the protohistoric period. Madroño 38: 1-13.

12. Anderson, R.S., N.G. Miller, R.B. Davis and R.E. Nelson. 1990. Terrestrial fossils in the marine Presumpscot Formation: implications for late Wisconsinan paleoenvironments and isostatic rebound along the coast of Maine. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 27: 1241-1246.

11. Anderson, R.S. 1990. Modern pollen rain within and adjacent to two giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) groves, Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks, California. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 20: 1289-1305

10. Anderson, R.S. 1990. Holocene forest development and paleoclimates within the central Sierra Nevada, California. Journal of Ecology 78: 470-489.

9. Smith, D.C., H.W. Borns, Jr. and R.S. Anderson. 1989. Relative sea-level changes measured by historic records and structures in coastal Maine. IN Anderson, W.A. and H.W. Borns, Jr., (Eds.), "Neotectonics of Maine: Studies in Seismicity, Crustal Warping and Sea-level Change.” Maine Geologlcal Survey Bulletin 40: 127-137.

8. Anderson, R.S. 1989. Development of the southwestern ponderosa pine forests - what do we really know? USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mtn. For. Range Exp. Station, Gen. Tech. Rpt. RM-185, pp. 15-22.

7. Anderson, R.S. et al. 1989. The Mid- and Late Wisconsin pollen stratigraphy of Potato Lake, Coconino County, Arizona. Current Research in the Pleistocene 6: 51-54.

6. Anderson, R.S. and O.K. Davis. 1988. Contemporary pollen rain across the central Sierra Nevada, California: relationship to modern vegetation types. Arctic and Alpine Research 20: 448-460.

5. Davis, O.K. and R.S. Anderson. l988. Pollen in packrat (Neotoma) midden: reply to discussion by T.R. Van Devender. Palynology 12: 226-229.

4. Sarna-Wojcicki, A.M., K.R. Lajoie, C.E. Meyer, D.P. Adam, S.W. Robinson and R.S. Anderson. l988. Tephrochonological studies of sediment cores from Walker Lake, Nevada. U.S. Geological Survey, Open File Report 88-0548. 36 pp.

3. Anderson, R.S., R.B. Davis, R. Stuckenrath, and H.W. Borns, Jr. 1988. Interstadial conifer wood from northern Maine. Quaternary Research 30: 98-101.

2. Belknap, D.F., B.G,. Andersen, R.S. Anderson, W.A. Anderson, H.W. Borns, Jr., G.L. Jacobson, Jr., J.T. Kelley, R.C. Shipp, D.C. Smith, R.Stuckenrath, W.W. Thompson, and D.A. Tyler. 1987. Late Quaternary sea level changes in Maine. Nummendal, D., O.H. Pilkey and J.D. Howard (Eds.), Sea Level Rise and Coastal Evolution. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication.

1. Davis, O.K. and R.S. Anderson. 1987. Pollen in packrat (Neotoma) middens: pollen transport and the relationship of pollen to vegetation. Palynology 11: 185-198.

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