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Golladay SW. Achievable future conditions as a framework for guiding forest conservation and management Martin KL, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2016;360.
Vaillant NM, Ager AA, Anderson J. ArcFuels10 System Overview. Portland, OR: USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2013:72. Available at:
Hart SJ. Area burned in the western United States is unaffected by recent mountain pine beetle outbreaks Schoennagel T, ed. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . 2015;Online early.
Vaillant NM. Assessing Landscape Vulnerability to Wildfire in the USA Kolden CA, ed. Current Forestry Reports. 2016;2(3).
Today FM, Volume 73 N3. Being Prepared. 2014. Available at:
Westerling A. Briefing: Climate and Wildfire in Western U.S. Forests Brown T, ed. Forest conservation and management in the Anthropocene. 2014;71:81-102. Available at:
Stephens SL. California Spotted Owl, Songbird, and Small Mammal Responses to Landscape Fuel Treatments Bigelow SW, ed. BioScience. 2014;64(10).
Moritz MA, Parisien M-A, Batllori E, et al. Climate Change and Disruptions to Global Fire Activity. Ecosphere. 2012;3(6). Available at:
van Mantgem PJ. Climate stress increases forest fire severity across the western United States Nesmith JCB, ed. Ecology Letters. 2013.
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.
Kreitler J. Cost-effective fuel treatment planning: a theoretical justification and case study Thompson MP, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2019;29(1).
Meinzer FC, Spies T, Merschel A, Voelker S. Crowded and Thirsty: Fire exclusion leads to greater drought sensitivity in mixed-conifer forests. USDS PNW Research Station; 2020. Available at:
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:
Norberg J, Urban MC, Vellend M, Klausmeier CA, Loeuille N. Eco-Evolutionary Responses of Biodiversity to Climate Change. Nature Climate Change. 2012;2(10):5. Available at:
Ager AA. Economic Opportunities and Trade-Offs in Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Vogler KC, ed. Ecological Economics. 2017;136.
Noonan-Wright EK. The Effectiveness and Limitations of Fuel Modeling Using the Fire and Fuels Extension to the Forest Vegetation Simulator Vaillant NM, ed. Forest Science. 2014;60(2).PDF icon Noonan-WrightEt_2014_ForSci_CustomFuelModel.pdf (435.82 KB)
Vaz PG. Effects of burn status and conditioning on colonization of wood by stream macroinvertebrates Dias S, ed. Freshwater Science. 2014;33(3).
Vose JM, Clark JS, Luce CH, Patel-Weynand T. Effects of Drought on Forests and Rangelands in the United States: A Comprehensive Science Synthesis.; 2016.PDF icon DROUGHT_book-web-1-11-16.pdf (7.75 MB)
Endress BA, Wisdom MJ, Vavra M, et al. Effects of Ungulate Herbivory on Aspen, Cottonwood, and Willow Development Under Forest Fuels Treatment Regimes. Forest Ecology and Management. 2012;276:8. Available at:
Yedinak KM. Embracing Complexity to Advance the Science of Wildland Fire Behavior Strand EK, ed. Fire. 2018;1(2).
Bone C. Employing resilience in the United States Forest Service Moseley C, ed. Land Use Policy. 2016;52.
Vaillant NM. An Evaluation of the Forest Service Hazardous Fuels Treatment Program—Are We Treating Enough to Promote Resiliency or Reduce Hazard? Reinhardt ED, ed. Journal of Forestry. 2017;115.
Stevens-Rumann CS. Evidence for declining forest resilience to wildfires under climate change Kemp KB, ed. Ecology Letters. 2018;21(2).