The following products have been primarily made by, or in collaboration with, Bob Zybach, during the course of his career as a reforestation contractor, forest scientist, writer, educator, and photographer. They are made available without charge as a service to those with an interest in Pacific Northwest forests, people, history, and wildlife.
Dr. Zybach was co-founder and President of Phoenix Reforestation, Inc. from 1972 until 1992, founder and President of NW Maps Co. since 1994, and Program Manager of Oregon Websites and Watersheds Project, Inc., (ORWW) since its founding in 1996. His online Curriculum Vitae provides a summary of his written work, presentations, and recordings during those years.
Select Articles: 1982 - 2012
Public Letters & Editorials: 1978 - 2008; 2009 - 2013
Interviews (Radio, Magazine & Newspaper): 1980 - 2006; 2007 - 2013
Oral Histories: 1976 - 1988; 1989 - 1999; 2000 - 2013
Presentations: 1983 - 2003; 2004 - 2009; 2010 - 2013
Reports: 1992 - 2009
MAIS Thesis: Uses oral history research methodology to document the forest and human history of Soap Creek Valley, Benton County, Oregon, from 1500 to 1999 [PDF_12_MB].
Oral Histories: Soap Creek Valley; Chuck Jackson; Ralph Hull
PhD Dissertation: Uses archival research methods and GIS to compare Indian burning patterns of 1491 to 1848 with subsequent "Great Fire" patterns of 1849 to 1951 [PDF_60_MB].
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