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Crotteau JS. Forest fuels and potential fire behaviour 12 years after variable-retention harvest in lodgepole pine Keyes CR. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2016;Online early.
Creutzburg MK. Forest management scenarios in a changing climate: trade-offs between carbon, timber, and old forest Scheller RM. Ecological Applications. 2016.
Creighton J. NWFSC Activity Report - Climate change assessment for Tribal lands in the Pacific Northwest.; 2017.PDF icon Tacoma workshop report.pdf (6.96 MB)
Creighton J. NWFSC Activity Report - Fire Without Borders: Observations, Experiences, and Lessons Learned from the 36-Pit Fire.; 2015.PDF icon 36-Pit Fire Field Tour Final Report.pdf (2.56 MB)
Creech MN, Kirkman K, Morris LA. Alteration and Recovery of Slash Pile Burn Sites in the Restoration of a Fire-Maintained Ecosystem. Restoration Ecology. 2012;20:12. Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1526-100X.2011.00780.x/full.
Cram DS. Fuel and vegetation trends after wildfire in treated versus untreated forests Baker TT. Forest Science. 2015;61(4).PDF icon Fuel and Veg Trends.pdf (502.78 KB)
Cowan AD. Recovering lost ground: Effects of soil burn intensity on nutrients and ectomycorrhiza communities of ponderosa pine seedlings Smith JE. Forest Ecology and Management. 2016;378.
County D. Plan, Prep, Go! Deschutes County Evacuation Guide. 2012. Available at: www.projectwildfire.org/images/uploads/Evacuation%20Guide.pdf.
Council NScience an. Wildland Fire Science and Technology Task Force Final Report.; 2015:29 p.PDF icon sdr_wildfire_st_task_force_final_report-1.pdf (1017.49 KB)
Cordner A. Covering Wildfires: Media Emphasis and Silence after the Carlton and Okanogan Complex Wildfires Schwartz E. Society & Natural Resources . 2018.
Coppoletta M. Post-fire vegetation and fuel development influences fire severity patterns in reburns Merriam KE. Ecological Applications. 2017;26(3).
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Fire Facts: What is? A Fire Adapted Community.; 2016.PDF icon FIREFACTS_FAC.pdf (806.43 KB)
Consortium NFire Scien. NWFSC Research Brief #17 - Ecological Reference Conditions: Perspectives in Collaborative Restoration of Dry Forest Landscapes.; 2018.PDF icon NWFSC_RB17_EcoRefConditions.pdf (2.46 MB)
Consortium NFire Scien. NWFSC Fire Facts: What is? Wildfire Smoke.; 2019.PDF icon Wildfire Smoke.pdf (622.56 KB)
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Fire Facts: What is? Weather.; 2017.PDF icon FIREFACTS_Weather.pdf (585.04 KB)
Consortium NFire Scien. NWFSC Fire Facts: What is? IMET.; 2016.PDF icon FIREFACTS_IMET.pdf (629.4 KB)
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Fire Facts: What is? Fire Intensity.; 2015.PDF icon FIREFACTS_Intensity.pdf (705.66 KB)
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Research Brief #7: Communication Under Fire: Communication Efficacy During Wildfire Incidents.; 2016.PDF icon NWFSC_RB7_Communicationunderfire_HR.pdf (6.23 MB)
Consortium NFire Scien. NWFSC Research Brief #11: Pathology of Wildfire Risk: A Characterization of Social and Ecological Dimensions.; 2016.PDF icon NWFSC_RB11_SocioEcoPathology-1.pdf (1.82 MB)
Consortium NFire Scien. NWFSC Research Brief #20 - Covering Wildfires: Media Emphasis and Silence.; 2019.PDF icon NWFSC_RB20_MediaCoverage.pdf (1.48 MB)
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Fire Facts: What is? Fuel.; 2017.PDF icon FIREFACTS_FUELS.pdf (685.65 KB)
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Fire Facts: What is? The National Cohesive Strategy.; 2016.PDF icon National Cohesive Strategy.pdf (844.32 KB)
Consortium NFire Scien. NWFSC Fire Facts: What is? CWPP.; 2016.PDF icon FireFacts_CWPP.pdf (842.5 KB)
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Fire Facts: What are? Measures of Fire Behavior.; 2018.PDF icon FIREFACTS_Measures of fire behavior FINAL.pdf (614.06 KB)
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Fire Facts: What is? WUI.; 2017.PDF icon WUI Final.pdf (693.6 KB)

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