Here's a selected bibliography. I have included the most influential
works as well as some of the more obscure items that I managed
to dig up.
Anderson, H. Michael, and Deanne Kloepfer. 1988. End of the ancient forests: Special report on National Forest plans in the Pacific Northwest. The Wilderness Society, Washington, D.C. 57 pages.
Biging, Greg S., Russell S. Congalton, and Edward C. Murphy. 1992. A comparison of photointerpretation and ground measurements of forest structure. In Technical Papers. 1991 ACSM-ASPRS Annual Convention. American Congress on Surveying and Mapping and American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Baltimore. Vol. 3 (Remote Sensing), 6-15.
Boerner, Christopher, and Jennifer Chilton Kallery. 1994. Institutional dynamics: Environmental organizations in America. Business, Law and Economics Center working paper series 94-13. John M. Olin School of Business, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. 31 pages.
Bolsinger, Charles L., and Karen L. Waddell. 1993. Area of old-growth forests in California, Oregon, and Washington. Resource Bulletin PNW-RB-197. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland. 26 pages.
Broome, Harvey. 1940. Origins of the Wilderness Society. The Living Wilderness 5(5):10-11.
Chase, Alston. 1995. In a dark wood: The fight over forests and the rising tyranny of ecology. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston. 535 pages.
Chrisman, Nicholas R. 1987. Design of geographic information systems based on social and cultural goals. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 53(10):1367-1370.
Chrisman, Nicholas R. 1995b. GIS as social practice: I-19 position paper [Web page]. NCGIA.
Chrisman, Nicholas R. 1997. Exploring Geographic Information Systems. John Wiley & Sons.
Chuvieco, Emilio, and Russell G. Congalton. 1988. Using cluster analysis to improve the selection of training statistics in classifying remotely sensed data. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 54(9):1275-1281.
Congalton, Russell G., and Kass Green. 1993. A practical look at the sources of confusion in error matrix generation. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 59(5):641-644.
Congalton, Russell G., Kass Green, and John Teply. 1993. Mapping old growth forests on national forest and park lands in the Pacific Northwest from remotely sensed data. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 59(4):529-535.
Dietrich, William. 1992. The final forest: The battle for the last great trees of the Pacific Northwest. Simon & Schuster, New York. 303 pages.
Durbin, Kathie. 1990. Politics helped delay NW timber management plan. The Oregonian (Portland) 139(46628), September 18, A12.
Durbin, Kathie. 1996. Tree huggers: Victory, defeat & renewal in the Northwest ancient forest campaign. The Mountaineers, Seattle. 304 pages.
Ervin, Keith. 1989. Fragile majesty: The battle for North America's last great forest. The Mountaineers, Seattle. 272 pages.
Fox, Stephen R. 1984. "We wanted no stragglers" (A history of The Wilderness Society). Wilderness 48(167):5-19.
Fox, Stephen R. 1985. The American conservation movement: John Muir and his legacy. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wis. 436 pages.
Franklin, Jerry F., Kermit Cromack Jr., William Denison, Arthur McKee, Chris Maser, James Sedell, Fred Swanson, and Glen Juday. 1981. Ecological characteristics of old-growth Douglas-fir forests. General Technical Report PNW-118. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Research Station, Portland. 48 pages.
Golden, Michael, and Lisa Lackey. 1992. Using ancillary data in post-classification modeling to increase the accuracy of conifer species classification from Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM) data. In Symposium Proceedings: GIS '92. FRDA Report 173. Forestry Canada, Polaris Learning Assoc., Vancouver, B.C. D7:1-4.
Gray, Gerald J., and Anita Eng. 1991. How much old-growth is left? American Forests 97(9-10):46-48.
Green, Kass, and Russell G. Congalton. 1990. Mapping potential old growth forests and other resources on National Forest and Park lands in Oregon and Washington. In Proceedings of GIS/LIS '90, Anaheim, Calif. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Bethesda, Md. Vol. 2, 712-723.
Haynes, Richard W. 1986. Inventory and value of old-growth in the Douglas-fir region. Research Note PNW-437. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland. 18 pages.
Hirt, Paul W. 1994. A conspiracy of optimism: Management of the national forests since World War Two. Edited by Lorna M. Butler, Cornelia Flora, Charles A. Francis, William Lockeretz, Paul Olson and Marty Strange. Our Sustainable Future, Volume 6. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln. 416 pages.
Horwitt, Elisabeth. 1992. High-tech heroes. Computerworld 26(24), June 15, p. 91.
MacLean, Ann L., Margaret May Moore, and Alan Mikuni. 1991. Peer review of old growth mapping project in USFS Region 6. 10 pages.
Marshall, Robert. 1930. The problem of the wilderness. The Scientific Monthly 30(2):141-148.
Morrison, Peter H. 1988. Old growth in the Pacific Northwest: A status report. The Wilderness Society, Washington, D.C. 61 pages.
Morrison, Peter H. 1990. Ancient forests on the Olympic National Forest: Analysis from a historical and landscape perspective. The Wilderness Society, Washington, D.C. 21 pages.
Morrison, Peter H., Deanne Kloepfer, David A. Leversee, Caroline Milner Socha, and Deborah L. Ferber. 1990. Ancient forests on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest: Analysis of forest conditions, Volume 2. The Wilderness Society, Washington, D.C. 19 pages.
Morrison, Peter H., Deanne Kloepfer, David A. Leversee, Caroline Milner Socha, and Deborah L. Ferber. 1991. Ancient forests in the Pacific Northwest: Analysis and maps of twelve national forests. The Wilderness Society, Washington, D.C. 24 pages.
NCGIA. 1994. Proposal for new initiative: Social implications of how people, space, and environment are represented in GIS [Web page]. NCGIA.
Nisbet, Robert A. 1992. Evaluation of two old-growth geographic information system databases for the state of Oregon. Center for the Study of the Environment, University of California-Santa Barbara. 8 pages.
Old-Growth Definition Task Group. 1986. Interim definitions for old-growth Douglas-fir and mixed conifer forests in the Pacific Northwest and California. Edited by Jerry F. Franklin, F. Hall, W. Laudenslayer, C. Maser, J. Nunan, J. Poppino, C. J. Ralph and Thomas A. Spies. Research Note PNW-447. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland. 7 pages.
Pacific Meridian Resources. 1991. Old growth maps: Douglas-fir region [Region Six National Forests and National Parks] [maps]. 12 sheets . Scale: 1:253,440 (¼" to the mile). U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Forest Service Region 6, Portland.
Pickles, John, ed. 1995. Ground truth: The social implications of geographic information systems. Guilford Press, New York. 248 pages.
Poiker, Thomas K., ed. 1993. Proceedings of a workshop on GIS and Society. NCGIA, Friday Harbor, Washington
Ruggiero, Leonard F., Keith B. Aubrey, Andrew B. Carey and Mark H. Huff, technical coordinators. 1991. Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-285. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland.
Sabol, Donald E., Milton O. Smith, John B. Adams, Janet H. Zukin, Compton J. Tucker, Dar A. Roberts, and Alan R. Gillespie. 1995. AVIRIS spectral trajectories for forested areas of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. In R. O. Green, editor, Summaries of the Fifth Annual JPL Airborne Earth Science Workshop. JPL Publication 95-1. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena. Vol. 1, 133-136.
Sample, V. Alaric, editor. 1994. Remote sensing and GIS in ecosystem management. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
Sheppard, Eric, and Thomas Poiker. 1995. GIS & Society. Special issue of Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 22(1).
Stenback, Janine M, and Russell G. Congalton. 1990. Using Thematic Mapper imagery to examine forest understory. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 56(9):1285-1290.
Tyrrell, Lucy Ellen. 1991. Old-growth forests on National Park Service lands: NPS view and information. Great Lakes CPSU Report 91-1. Great Lakes Cooperative Parks Studies Unit, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 54 pages.
U.S. Department of Commerce. 1989a. Map of potential old growth and old growth conditions by vegetative structural analysis within each eco-climatic zone on all National Forest and National Park lands in Oregon and Washington west of the Cascades. Commerce Business Daily, Issue Number PSA-9835, May 5.
U.S. Department of Commerce. 1989b. Contract awards: For production of a map of potential old growth and old growth conditions. Commerce Business Daily, Issue Number PSA-9894, July 31.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10. 1990. Region 10 Environmental Indicators. FY 89 Summary. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Seattle. 164 pages.
U.S. House of Representatives. Committee on Agriculture, Subcommittee on Forests, Family Farms, and Energy; and Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands. 1989. Joint hearings on management of old-growth forests of the Pacific Northwest. June 20 and 22, 1989. 101st Congress, first session. Serial No. 101-35. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 593 pages.
U.S. House of Representatives. Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Department of the Interior and related agencies. 1988a. Hearing on Department of the Interior and related agencies appropriations for 1989. 100th Congress, second session, Volume Part 10. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 1080 pages.
U.S. House of Representatives. Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Department of the Interior and related agencies. 1988b. House Report 100-713: Report on the Department of the Interior and related agencies appropriations bill, 1989. 100th Congress, second session. U.S. Congressional Serial Set, Volume 13896. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 151 pages.
USDA Forest Service. 1984. Regional guide for the Pacific Northwest region. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Forest Service Pacific Northwest Region, Portland.
Vosburgh, John, and Christine Fayad. 1994. Vegetation mapping from Landsat data: transferring the technology. In Jerry Dean Greer, editor, Remote sensing and ecosystem management: Proceedings of the fifth Forest Service remote sensing applications conference. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, Md. 72-76.
Wilderness Society, The. 1987. The Wilderness Society's plan of action, 1988-1991: Combining passion with professionalism. Wilderness 57(179):13-15.
Wilkinson, Charles F., and H. Michael Anderson. 1985. Land and resource planning in the National Forests. Oregon Law Review 64(1-2):7-373.
Wirth, Tim, John Vosburgh, Alexandra Morton, and Kass Green. 1994. The integration of raster and vector data for natural resource management. In Jerry Dean Greer, editor, Remote sensing and ecosystem management: Proceedings of the fifth Forest Service remote sensing applications conference. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, Md. 58-71.
Yaffee, Steven Lewis. 1994. The wisdom of the spotted owl: Policy lessons for a new century. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 430 pages.