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Gucker C. Adapting fuel treatments in a changing climate - Prescribed fire, mechanical treatments, wildfire, and restoration. Northern Rockies Fire Science Network; 2016. Available at: icon NRFSNWorkshopSummary3_AdaptingFuelTreatments.pdf (493.6 KB)
Group NWildfire C. NWCG Smoke Management Guide for Prescribed Fire. NWCG; 2020. Available at:
S. Greiner M, Schultz CA, Kooistra C. Pre-season fire management planning: the use of Potential Operational Delineations to prepare for wildland fire events. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2020;On-line early.
Gregg RM. Available Science Assessment Project: Prescribed Fire and Climate Change in Northwest National Forests. (Behan J, ed.).; 2016:151.PDF icon ASAP_final_report_1 November.pdf (2 MB)
Grayson LM. Predicting post-fire tree mortality for 14 conifers in the Pacific Northwest, USA: Model evaluation, development, and thresholds Progar RA, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;399(213).
Graham R, Finney MA, McHugh C, et al. Fourmile Canyon Fire Findings. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; 2012:110. Available at:
Goulette N. Living with Wildfire: The State of Practice in Western Communities. Hayfork, CA: The Watershed Center; 2012:49. Available at:
Gould GK. The effects of climate change and extreme wildfire events on runoff erosion over a mountain watershed Liu M, ed. Journal of Hydrology. 2016;536.
Gordon R, Mallon A, Maier C, Kruger L, Shindler B. Building a Citizen-Agency Partnership Among Diverse Interests: The Colville National Forest and Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition Experience. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2012:16. Available at:
Golladay SW. Achievable future conditions as a framework for guiding forest conservation and management Martin KL, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2016;360.
Gleim ER. The Phenology of Ticks and the Effects of Long-Term Prescribed Burning on Tick Population Dynamics in Southwestern Georgia and Northwestern Florida L Conner M, ed. PLOS ONE. 2015;9(11).
Gleason KE. Four-fold increase in solar forcing on snow in western U.S. burned forests since 1999 McConnell JR, ed. Nature Communications. 2019;10. Available at:
Giesen TW, Perakis SS, Jr. CK. Four centuries of soil carbon and nitrogen change after stand-replacing fire in a forest landscape in the western Cascade range of Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 2008;38(9):10.
Gharun M. Improving forest sampling strategies for assessment of fuel reduction burning Possell M, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;392.
Gergel DR. Effects of climate change on snowpack and fire potential in the western USA Nijssen B, ed. Climate Change. 2017;141(2).
Ganio LM. Mortality predictions of fire-injured large Douglas-fir and ponderosa pine in Oregon and Washington, USA Progar RA, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;390.
Galbraith SM. Wild bee diversity increases with local fire severity in a fire‐prone landscape Cane JH, ed. Ecosphere. 2019;10(4).