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Mulvey RL, Shaw DC, Filip GM, Chastagner GA. Swiss Needle Cast. Swiss Needle Cast Cooperative; 2013.PDF icon fidl-181.pdf (932.42 KB)
Moseley C, Davis EJ. Developing Socioeconomic Performance Measures for the Watershed Condition Framework. Eugene, OR: Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon; 2012:24. Available at:
Moritz MA. Learning to coexist with wildfire Batllori E, ed. Nature. 2014;515.PDF icon nature13946.pdf (2.79 MB)
Moritz MA. A Statement of Common Ground Regarding the Role of Wildfire in Forested Landscapes of the Western United States. (Topik C, ed.).; 2018:52. Available at: icon WildfireCommonGround 2018.pdf (1.17 MB)
Moritz MA, Parisien M-A, Batllori E, et al. Climate Change and Disruptions to Global Fire Activity. Ecosphere. 2012;3(6). Available at:
Morgan P. Vegetation Response to Burn Severity, Native Grass Seeding, and Salvage Logging Moy M, ed. Fire Ecology. 2015;11(2).PDF icon FireEcology031-1.pdf (3.01 MB)
Morgan P. Challenges of assessing fire and burn severity using field measures, remote sensing and modelling Keane RE, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2014;23. Available at:
Moote A. Closing the feedback loop: evaluation and adaptation in collaborative resource management. USFS, Sustainable NW, Forest Guild, National Forest Foundation, N. Arizona University, Watershed Research & Training Center; 2013:44.PDF icon Closing the feedback loop.pdf (1.03 MB)
Moore R, Casamassa G. Bioregional assessment of Northwest forests. Available at:
Moody JA. Relations between soil hydraulic properties and burn severity Ebel BA, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early.
Monroe MC, Pennisi L, McCaffrey S, Mileti D. Social Science to Improve Fuels Management: A Synthesis of Research Relevant to Communicating with Homeowners About Fuels Management. USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station; 2006:42. Available at:
Mockrin MH. After the fire: Perceptions of land use planning to reduce wildfire risk in eight communities across the United States Fishler HK, ed. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 2020;45.
Mockrin MH. Recovery and adaptation after wildfire on the Colorado Front Range (2010-2012) Stewart SI, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2016;25(11).
Miller C. Air-quality challenges of prescribed fire in the complex terrain and wildland urban interface surrounding Bend, Oregon O'Neill S, ed. Atmosphere. 2019;10(9).
Miller C, Ager AA. A Review of Recent Advances in Risk Analysis for Wildfire Management. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2012:14.
Miller C. Progress in wilderness fire science: Embracing complexity Aplet GH, ed. Journal of Forestry. 2016;114(3).
Millar CI. Temperate forest health in an era of emerging megadisturbance Stephenson NL, ed. Science. 2015;349(6250).
Millar CI. Historic Variability: Informing Restoration Strategies, Not Prescribing Targets. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 2014;33.
Meyer MD. Principles of effective USA Federal Fire Management Plants Roberts SL, ed. Fire Ecology. 2015;11(2).
Metlen KL. Regional and local controls on historical fire regimes of dry forests and woodlands in the Rogue River Basin, Oregon, USA Skinner CN, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2018;430.
Merschel AG. Influence of landscape structure, topography, and forest type on spatial variation in historical fire regimes, Central Oregon, USA Heyerdahl EK, ed. Landscape Ecology. 2018;33(7).
Mendez SR, Carroll MS, Blatner KA, et al. Smoke on the hill: A comparative study of wildfire and two communities. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 2003;18(1).PDF icon s10.pdf (51.71 KB)
Melvin MA. 2012 National Prescribed Fire Use Survey Report. Coalition of Prescribed Fire Councils, Inc.; 2012:24. Available at:
Melvin MA. 2015 National Prescribed Fire Use Survey Report.; 2016:22 p.PDF icon 2015 Prescribed Fire Use Survey Report.pdf (6.93 MB)
Meldrum JR. Understanding gaps between the risk perceptions of wildland-urban interface (WUI) residents and wildfire professionals Champ PA, ed. Risk Analysis. 2015;Online early.


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