Richard Miller
Emeritus
Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences

Research

Spatial and temporal dynamics of sagebrush and juniper woodlands in the Intermountain Region with an emphasis in fire.

Publications

Selected Publications

Miller, R.F. and R.J. Tausch. 2001. The role of fire in pinyon and juniper woodlands: a descriptive analysis. Tall Timbers. Pages 15-30, In K. Galley and T. Wilson (Eds.), Fire Conference 2000: The First National Congress On Fire, Ecology, Prevention And Management. Invasive Species Workshop: The Role of Fire In The Control And Spread Of Invasive Species. Tallahassee: Tall Timbers Research Station

Bates, J.D., T.J. Svejcar, and R.F. Miller. 2002. Effects of juniper cutting on nitrogen mineralization. Journal of Arid Environments 51:221-234.

John A. Crawford, Rich A. Olson, Neil E. West, Jeffrey C. Mosley, Michael A. Schroeder, Tom D. Whitson, Richard F. Miller, Michael A. Gregg, and Chad S. Boyd. 2004. Ecology and Management of Sage-Grouse and Sage-Grouse Habitat.  Journal of Range Management. 57:2-19. Authors are listed in order of random draw.

Bates, J.D. and R.F. Miller. 2004. Restoration of aspen woodland invaded by western juniper: applications of partial  cutting and prescribed fire. Society for Ecological Restoration 16:1-9.

Knick, S.T., A.L. Holmes, and R.F. Miller. 2005. The role of fire in structuring sagebrush habitats and bird communities. Studies in Avian Biology (in press)

Bates, J.D., R.F. Miller, and T.J. Svejcar. 2005. Long-term spatial dynamics in cut western juniper woodland. Range Ecology and Management (in press).

Miller, R.F., J.D. Bates, T.J. Svejcar, F. Pierson, and L.E. Eddleman. 2005. Ecology, biology, and management of western juniper. Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin (in press).