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 co-founder and Program Manager of Oregon Websites and Watersheds Project, Inc., (ORWW) since its creation in 1996. His online Curriculum Vitae provides a summary of his written work, presentations, and recordings during those years.
Select Articles: 1981 - 2015
Public Letters & Editorials: 1978- 2015
Interviews (Radio, Magazine & Newspaper): 1980 - 2006; 2007 - 2015
Oral Histories: 1976 - 1988; 1989 - 1999; 2000 - 2015
Poetry: 1966 - 1978
Presentations: 1983 - 2003; 2004 - 2009; 2010 - 2015
Reports: 1990 - 2015
MAIS Thesis: Uses oral history research methodology to document the landscape and human history of 15,000-acre 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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