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Azuma D, Thompson J, Weyermann D. Changes in development near public forest lands in Oregon and Washington, 1974-2005: Implications for management.; 2013.PDF icon pnw_rp596.pdf (1.27 MB)
Aurell J. Emissions from prescribed burning of timber slash piles in Oregon Gullett BK. Atmospheric Environment. 2017;150.
Association WGovernors'. Special Report: Western Governors' National Forest and Rangeland Management Initiative. Denver: Western Governors' Association; 2017:32p.PDF icon 2017_NFRMI_Report_for_Web.pdf (1.68 MB)
Ash A, Thornton P, Stokes C, Togtohyn C. Is Proactive Adaptation to Climate Change Necessary in Grazed Rangelands?. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 2012;65(6):6. Available at: http://www.srmjournals.org/doi/pdf/10.2111/REM-D-11-00191.1.
Armatas CA. Opportunities to utilize traditional phenological knowledge to support adaptive management of social-ecological systems vulnerable to changes in climate and fire regimes Venn TJ. Ecology and Society. 2016;21(1).
Arkle RS, Pilliod DS, Welty JL. Pattern and process of prescribed fires influence effectiveness at reducing wildfire severity in dry coniferous forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 2012;276:11.
Arkle RS. Prescribed fires as ecological surrogates for wildfires: A stream and riparian perspective Pilliod DS. Forest Ecology and Management. 2010;259.
Andrus RA. Fire severity in southwestern Colorado unaffected by spruce beetle outbreak Veblen TT. Ecological Applications. 2015;In Press.
Andrews PL, Cruz MG, Rothermel RC. Examination of the wind speed limit function in the Rothermel surface fire spread model. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013;On-line early.
Andrews PL. Current status and future needs of the BehavePlus fire modeling system. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013;On-line early.
Anderegg WRL. Tree mortality from drought, insects, and their interactions in a changing climate Hicke JA. New Phytologist. 2015.
Allen I. Fire and Forest Management in Montane Forests of the Northwestern States and California, USA Chhin S. Fire. 2019;2(2).
Alexandre PM. Rebuilding and new housing development after wildfire Mockrin MH. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;24. Available at: http://www.treesearch.fs.fed.us/pubs/47735.
Alexander ME, Cruz MG, Vaillant NM, Peterson DL. Crown fire behavior characteristics and prediction in conifer forests: a state-of-knowledge synthesis.; 2013:39. Available at: https://www.firescience.gov/projects/09-S-03-1/project/09-S-03-1_final_report.pdf.
Alba C. Native and exotic plant species respond differently to wildfire and prescribed fire as revealed by meta-analysis Skálová H. Journal of Vegetation Science. 2015;26(1).
J. al. Bet. NWCG Smoke Management Guide for Prescribed Fire. National Wildfire Coordinating Group; 2018:306. Available at: https://www.nwcg.gov/publications/420-2.
Agriculture USDepartment. Smoke in a New Era of Fire. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, PNW Station; 2017:16.PDF icon smoke science-update-24-1.pdf (2.96 MB)
Agriculture UStates Dep. The rising cost of wildfire operations: effects on the Forest Service's non-fire work.; 2015.PDF icon RisingCostofWildfireOperationsFS-1.pdf (956.4 KB)
Agne MC. Interactions of predominant insects and diseases with climate change in Douglas-fir forests of western Oregon and Washington, U.S.A. Beedlow PA. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;409.
Agne MC. Fire severity and cumulative disturbance effects in the post-mountain pine beetle lodgepole pine forests of the Pole Creek Fire Woolley T. Forest Ecology and Management. 2016;366.
Ager AA. Tradeoffs between US national forest harvest targets and fuel management to reduce wildfire transmission to the wildland urban interface Houtman RM. Forest Ecology and Management. 2019;434.
Ager AA. Assessing the impacts of federal forest planning on wildfire risk-mitigation in the Pacific Northwest, USA Day MA. Landscape and Urban Planning. 2016;147.
Ager AA. Production possibility frontiers and socioecological tradeoffs for restoration of fire adapted forests Day MA. Journal of Environmental Management. 2016;176.
Ager AA, Buonopane M, Reger A, Finney MA. Wildfire exposure to analysis on the national forests in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Society for Risk Analysis. 2012:21.
Ager A. Cross-boundary wildfire and community exposure: A framework and application in the western U.S. (Day MA). Fort Collins: USDA, Forest Service, RMRS; 2019. Available at: https://www.fs.fed.us/rmrs/publications/cross-boundary-wildfire-and-community-exposure-framework-and-application-western-us.

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