This bibliography has been compiled by Kathy Martin, assisted by interns (Science Horizons, NSERC Undergraduate Assistants). Please e-mail any additions to the bibliography to Marty.
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Allee, W.C. and K.P. Schmidt (1951). Alpine Animals, in Ecological Animal Geography. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: New York.
Allee, W.C. and K.P. Schmidt (1951). Alpine fresh-water communities, in Ecological Animal Geography. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: New York. p. 435-437.
Baker, W.L. and T.T. Veblen (1990). Spruce beetles and fires in the nineteenth-century subalpine forests of Western Colorado, U.S.A. Arctic and Alpine Research, 22(1): 65-80.
Beniston, M. and D.G. Fox (1996). Impacts of climate change on mountain regions, in Climate Change 1995. Impacts, adaptations and mitigation of climate change: scientific-technical analyses., R.T. Watson, M.C. Zinyowera, and R.H. Moss, Editors. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. p. 95-129.
Billings, W.D. (1979). Alpine ecosystems of western North America, in Special Management Needs of Alpine Ecosystems, D.A. Johnson, Editor. Society for Range Management: Denver. p. 7-20.
Blais, J.M., et al. (1998). Accumulation of persistent organochlorine compounds in mountains of western Canada. Nature, 395: 585-588.
Bowman, W.D., et al. (1993). Constraints of nutrient availability on primary production in two alpine tundra communities. Ecology, 74(7): 2085-2097.
Brace, S. and D.L. Peterson (1998). Spatial patterns of the tropospheric ozone in the Mount Ranier region of the Cascade Mountains, U.S.A. Atmospheric Environment, 32(21): 3629-3637.
Braun, C.E., et al. (1991). Elk, white-tailed Ptarmigan and willow relationships: A management dilemma in Rocky Mountain National Park. Transactions of the 56th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference,: 74-84.
Brink, B. and K. Fletcher (1994). Serpentine Soils. Cordillera,: 16-19.
Capula, M., L. Luiselli, and C. Anibaldi (1992). Complementary study on the reproductive biology in female adder, Vipera berus (L.), from eastern Italian Alps. Vie Milieu, 42(3-4): 327-336.
Chapin, F.S. and C. Korner (1994). Arctic and alpine biodiversity: patterns, causes and ecosystem consequences. TREE, 9(2): 45-47.
Chemini, C., et al. (1997). Ixodes ricinus (Acari: Ixodidae) infestation on roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) in Trentino, Italian Alps. Parassitologia, 39: 59-63.
Cooper, S.M. and D.L. Peterson (2000). Spatial distribution of tropospheric ozone in western Washington, USA. Environmental Pollution, 107: 339-347.
Crisafulli, C.M. and C.P. Hawkins (1998). Ecosystem recovery following a catastrophic disturbance: lessons learned from Mount St. Helens, in Status and Trends of The Nation’s Biological Resources, M.J. Mac, et al., Editors. U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey: Reston, VA. p. 23-35.
Curtin, C.G. (1995). Can montane landscapes recover from human disturbance? Long-term evidence from disturbed subalpine communities. Biological Conservation, 74: 49-55.
Czajkowski, C. (1997). Nuts to you, neighbour. Discovery, (summer 1997): 16-19.
DeSante, D.F. (1986). A field test of the variable circular-plot censusing method in a Sierran subalpine forest habitat. Condor, 88(2): 129-142.
Donald, D.B., et al. (1998). Chlorobornanes in water, sediment, and fish from toxaphene treated and untreated lakes in western Canada. Environmental Science and Technology, 32(10): 1391-1397.
Ehrlich, P.R., et al. (1972). Weather and the “regulation” of subalpine populations. Ecology, 53(2): 243-247.
EnvironmentCanada (2000). High-altitude POPs and alpine predators, in Science and the Environment Bulletin. p. 1.
Frank, T.D. and C.E. Thorn (1985). Stratifying alpine tundra for geomorphic studies using digitized aerial imagery. Arctic and Alpine Research, 17(2): 179-188.
Frenzen, P.M. and C.M. Crisafulli (1990). Mount St. Helens ten years later: Past lessons and future promise. Northwest Science, 64(5): 263-267.
Gawalko, L. (1996). The need for alpine conservation in British Columbia through ecosystem management, in Forestry., University of British Columbia: Vancouver. p. 49.
Geiger, R. (1965). Mountain, Valley, and Slope, in The Climate Near the Ground. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Mass.
Gilbert, D., D. Horsfield, and D.B.A. Thompson (1996). The ecology and restoration of montane and subalpine scrub habitats in Scotland., Scottish Natural Heritage Review: Battleby, Scotland. p. 128.
Gordon, J.E., et al. (1998). Environmental sensitivity and conservation management in the Cairngorm Mountains, Scotland. Ambio, 27(4): 335-344.
Greenland, D. (1989). The climate of Niwot Ridge, Front Range, Colorado, U.S.A. Arctic and Alpine Research, 21(4): 380-391.
Hamilton, L.S. (1999). Mountain protected areas update – periodical report., World Conservation Union, World Commission on Protected Areas.
Inouye, D.W., et al. (2000). Climate change is affecting altitudinal migrants and hibernating species.Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 97(4): 1630-1633.
Isard, S.A. and M.J. Belding (1989). Evapotranspiration from the alpine tundra of Colorado, U.S.A.Arctic and Alpine Research, 21(1): 71-82.
Keyghobadi, N., J. Roland, and C. Strobeck (1999). Influence of landscape on the population genetic structure of the alpine butterfly Parnassius smintheus (Papilionidae). Molecular Ecology, 8: 1481-1495.
Korner, C. (2000). The alpine life zone under global change. Gayana Botanica, 57(1): 1-17.
Krajick, K. (1998). Animals thrive in an avalanche’s wake. Science, 279: 1853.
Larison, J.R. (1997). The management implications of heavy metals exposure and contamination in the Colorado alpine., Cornell University: New York.
Legault, S. (1997). Down a slippery slope: Ski resorts and their effect on ecological, social and economic health., UTSB Research Inc. p. 77.
Lizana, M. and E.M. Pedraza (1998). The effects of UV-B radiation on toad mortality in mountainous areas of central Spain. Conservation Biology, 12(3): 703-707.
Löve, D. (1970). Subarctic and subalpine: Where and what? Arctic and Alpine Research, 2(1): 63-73.
Lynch, O.J. and G.F. Maggio (1999).Mountain Laws and Peoples: moving towards sustainable development and recognition of community-based property rights. in Mountain Forum’s electronic conference on mountain policy and law. internet.
Mani, M.S. (1968). The high altitude environment, in Ecology and biogeography of high altitude insects, M.S. Mani, Editor. The Hague, Dr. W. Junk. p. 9-50.
Merler, S., et al. (1996). Classification tree methods for analysis of mesoscale distribution of Ixodes ricinus (Acari: Ixodidae) in Trentino, Italian Alps. Journal of Medical Entomology, 33(6): 888-893.
Messerli, B. and J.D. Ives, eds. (1997). Mountains of the World: A global priority. The Parthenon Publishing Group: New York. 495.
Mutel, C.F. and J.C. Emerick (1984). Alpine Tundra, in From Grasslands to Glacier: The Natural History of Colorado. Johnson Books.
Price, L.W. (1981). Mountains and Man. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. 506.
Roland, J. (1982). Melanism and diel activity of alpine Colias (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). Oecologia, 53: 214-221.
Roland, J., N. Keyghobadi, and S. Fownes (2000). Alpine Parnassius butterfly dispersal: effects of landscape and population size. Ecology, 81(6): 1642-1653.
Rooke, C. (1998). On thin ice?, in New Trail. p. 7-12.
Scott, K.M., E.W. Wolfe, and C.L. Driedger (1998). Mount Rainier – living with perilous beauty., US Department of the Interior, US Geological Survey.
Spalding, J.B. (1979). The aeolian ecology of White Mountain Peak, California: windblown insect fauna. Arctic and Alpine Research, 11(1): 83-94.
Sugg, P.M. and J.S. Edwards (1998). Pioneer Aeolian Community Development on Pyroclastic Flows adter the Eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington, U.S.A. Arctic and Alpine Research, 30(4): 400-407.
Thompson, D.B.A. and A. Brown (1992). Biodiversity in montane Britain: habitat variation, vegetation diversity and some objectives for conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation, 1: 179-208.
Tranter, M., et al. (1988). The impact of a single black snowfall on streamwater chemistry in the Scottish highlands. Nature, 332: 826-829.
Van Cleve, K. and V. Alexander (1981). Nitrogen cycling in tundra and boreal ecosystems.Ecological Bulletin, 33: 375-404.
Veblen, T.T., et al. (1991). The response of subalpine forests to spruce beetle outbreak in Colorado.Ecology, 72(1): 213-231.
Watkinson, A.R. and W.J. Sutherland (1995). Sources, sinks and pseudo-sinks. Journal of Animal Ecology, 64: 126-130.
White, G.R. (1991). Stein Valley Wilderness Guidebook, in Stein Valley Wilderness Guidebook. Canadian Cataloguing: Vancouver, BC. p. 191.
Zwinger, A.H. and B.E. Willard (1972). Land Above the Trees: A Guide to American Alpine Tundra. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press. 487.