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Eyes SA. California Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis occidentalis) habitat use patterns in a burned landscape. Roberts SL. The Condor. 2017;119(3).
. A Century of Wildland Fire Research - Contributions to Long-term Approaches for Wildland Fire Management: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, D.C.: The National Academies Press; 2017:108 p.
Katuwal H. Characterising resource use and potential inefficiencies during large-fire suppression in the western US Dunn CJ. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2017;26(7).
Fitzgerald SA. Citizen Fire Academy: Curriculum Package for Facilitators and Educators. (Baylog K). Corvallis, OR: OSU Extension Service; 2017:154 p. Available at: https://catalog.extension.oregonstate.edu/em9168.
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.
Rappold AG. Community Vulnerability to Health Impacts of Wildland Fire Smoke Exposure Reves J. Environ Sci Technol. 2017.
Huber CM, Fox DG, Riebau AR. A Compendium of Brief Summaries of Smoke Science Research In Support of the Joint Fire Science Program Smoke Science Plan. Clarkson, Western Australia: Nine Points South Technical Pty Ltd.; 2017:78p.PDF icon Summary Statements Booklet 21 April 2017.pdf (1.59 MB)
Reilly MJ. Contemporary patterns of fire extent and severity in forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA (1985–2010) Dunn CJ. Ecosphere. 2017;8(3).
North MP. Cover of tall trees best predicts California spotted owl habitat Kane JT. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;405.

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