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Reilly MJ. Cumulative effects of wildfires on forest dynamics in the eastern Cascade Mountains, USA Elia M. Ecological Applications. 2018;28(2).
Serra-Diaz JM. Disequilibrium of fire-prone forests sets the stage for a rapid decline in conifer dominance during the 21st century Maxwell C. Scientific Reports. 2018;8.
Stephens SL. Drought, Tree Mortality, and Wildfire in Forests Adapted to Frequent Fire Collins BM. BioScience. 2018;68(2).
Stevens-Rumann CS. Evidence for declining forest resilience to wildfires under climate change Kemp KB. Ecology Letters. 2018;21(2).
DeMeo T. Expanding Our Understanding of Forest Structural Restoration Needs in the Pacific Northwest Haugo R. Northwest Science. 2018;92(1).
Hood SM. Fire and tree death: understanding and improving modeling of fire-induced tree mortality J Varner M. Environmental Research Letters. 2018;13(11). Available at:
Meddens AJH. Fire Refugia: What Are They, and Why Do They Matter for Global Change? Kolden CA. BioScience. 2018;68(12).
Collins BM. How does forest recovery following moderate-severity fire influence effects of subsequent wildfire in mixed-conifer forests? Lydersen JM. Fire Ecology. 2018;14(3).
Merschel AG. Influence of landscape structure, topography, and forest type on spatial variation in historical fire regimes, Central Oregon, USA Heyerdahl EK. Landscape Ecology. 2018;33(7).
Tepley AJ. Influences of fire–vegetation feedbacks and post‐fire recovery rates on forest landscape vulnerability to altered fire regimes Thomann E. Journal of Ecology. 2018.
Meddens AJH. Spatiotemporal patterns of unburned areas within fire perimeters in the northwestern United States from 1984 to 2014 Kolden CA. Ecosphere. 2018;9(2).
Moritz MA. A Statement of Common Ground Regarding the Role of Wildfire in Forested Landscapes of the Western United States. (Topik C).; 2018:52. Available at: icon WildfireCommonGround 2018.pdf (1.17 MB)
Collins BM. Alternative characterization of forest fire regimes: incorporating spatial patterns Stevens JT. Landscape Ecology. 2017.
McKenzie D. Climate change and the eco-hydrology of fire: will area burned increase in a warming western USA? Littell JS. Ecological Applications. 2017;27(1).
Clark JA. Climate changes and wildfire alter vegetation of Yellowstone National Park, but forest cover persists Loehman RA. Ecosphere. 2017;8(1).
Sankey JB, Kreitler J, Hawbaker TJ, et al. Climate, wildfire, and erosion ensemble foretells more sediment in western USA watersheds. Geophysical Research Letters. 2017;Online early.
Reilly MJ. Contemporary patterns of fire extent and severity in forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA (1985–2010) Dunn CJ. Ecosphere. 2017;8(3).
Estes BL. Factors influencing fire severity under moderate burning conditions in the Klamath Mountains, northern California, USA Knapp EE. Ecosphere. 2017;8(5). Available at:
Laughlin DC. The hierarchy of predictability in ecological restoration: are vegetation structure and functional diversity more predictable than community composition? Strahan RT. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2017;54(4).
Bowman DMJS. Human exposure and sensitivity to globally extreme wildfire events Williamson GJ. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2017;1.
Kerns BK. The importance of disturbance by fire and other abiotic and biotic factors in driving cheatgrass invasion varies based on invasion stage Day MA. Biological Invasions. 2017;19(6).