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Woolley T. Beyond red crowns: complex changes in surface and crown fuels and their interactions 32 years following mountain pine beetle epidemics in south-central Oregon, USA Shaw DC, ed. Fire Ecology. 2019;15(4).
Kreitler J. Cost-effective fuel treatment planning: a theoretical justification and case study Thompson MP, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2019;29(1).
Matosziuk LM. Effects of season and interval of prescribed burns on pyrogenic carbon in ponderosa pine stands in the southern Blue Mountains, Oregon, USA Alleau Y, ed. Geoderma. 2019;348.
Bright BC. Examining post-fire vegetation recovery with Landsat time series analysis in three western North American forest types Hudak AT, ed. Fire Ecology. 2019;15.
Bright BC. Examining post-fire vegetation recovery with Landsat time series analysis in three western North American forest types Hudak AT, ed. Fire Ecology. 2019;15.
Syphard AD. Factors Associated with Structure Loss in the 2013–2018 California Wildfires Keeley JE, ed. Fire. 2019;2(3).
Liu Y. Fire behaviour and smoke modelling: model improvement and measurement needs for next-generation smoke research and forecasting systems Kochanski A, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2019;28(8).
Downing WM. Influence of fire refugia spatial pattern on post-fire forest recovery in Oregon’s Blue Mountains Krawchuk MA, ed. Landscape Ecology. 2019. Available at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10980-019-00802-1.
Colavito MM. Making the Transition from Science Delivery to Knowledge Coproduction in Boundary Spanning: A Case Study of the Alaska Fire Science Consortium .F.Trainor S, ed. AMS. 2019;Online.
Haugo RD. The missing fire: quantifying human exclusion of wildfire in Pacific Northwest forests, USA Kellogg BS, ed. Ecosphere. 2019;10(4).
Buotte PC. Near-future forest vulnerability to drought and fire varies across the western United States Levis S, ed. Global Change Biology. 2019;25(1).
Keyser AR. Predicting increasing high severity area burned for three forested regions in the western United States using extreme value theory A. Westerling LR, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2019;432.
Westlind DJ. Predicting post-fire attack of red turpentine or western pine beetle on ponderosa pine and its impact on mortality probability in Pacific Northwest forests Kelsey RG, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2019;434.
Kerns BK. Prescribed fire regimes subtly alter ponderosa pine forest plant community structure Day MA, ed. Ecosphere. 2019;Open access.
Kolden CA. We’re not doing enough prescribed fire in the western United States to mitigate wildfire risk. Fire. 2019;2.
Korb JE. What drives ponderosa pine regeneration following wildfire in the western United States? Fornwalt PJ, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2019;454.
Pausas JG. Wildfires as an ecosystem service Keeley JE, ed. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 2019.
Ellison A. Wildland Fire Science Needs in Oregon and Washington: Local and regional research availability, applications, and gaps. (Kooistra C, ed.).; 2019:32. Available at: http://ewp.uoregon.edu/sites/ewp.uoregon.edu/files/WP_94.pdf.
Navarro KM. Wildland firefighter smoke exposure and risk of lung cancer and cardiovascular disease mortality Kleinman MT, ed. Environmental Research. 2019;173.

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