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Jenkins MJ, Page WG, Hebertson EG, Alexander ME. Fuels and Fire Behavior Dynamics in Bark Beetle-Attacked Forests in Western North America and Implications for Fire Management. Forest Ecology and Management. 2012;275:12. Available at:
Jenkins MJ, Runyon JB, Fettig CJ, Page WG, Bentz BJ. Interactions among the mountain pine beetle, fires, and fuels. Forest Science. 2013;On-line early.PDF icon rmrs_2014_jenkins_m001.pdf (530.8 KB)
Johnston JD. Influence of fire disturbance and biophysical heterogeneity on pre-settlement ponderosa pine and mixed conifer forests Bailey JD, ed. Ecosphere. 2016;7(11).
Johnstone JF. Changing disturbance regimes, ecological memory, and forest resilience Allen CD, ed. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 2016;14(7).
FOFEM: The First-Order Fire Effects Model Adapts to the 21st Century. Joint Fire Science Program; 2009:6. Available at:
Consume 3.0 -- A Software Tool for Computing Fuel Consumption. Joint Fire Science Program; 2009:6. Available at:
Behavior Modification: Tempering Fire at the Landscape Level. Joint Fire Science Program; 2008:11. Available at:
Jones GM. Megafires: an emerging threat to old-forest species Gutiérrez RJ, ed. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 2016;14(6).
Jones R. Effect of repeated burning on plant and soil carbon and nitrogen in cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) dominated ecosystems Chambers JC, ed. Plant and Soil. 2015;386(1).
Kelly LT. Using fire to promote biodiversity Brotons L, ed. Science. 2017;355(6331).
Kennedy PL, Fontaine JB. Synthesis of Knowledge on the Effects of Fire and Fire Surrogates on Wildlife in U.S. Dry Forests. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station; 2009:133. Available at:
Kerns BK. The importance of disturbance by fire and other abiotic and biotic factors in driving cheatgrass invasion varies based on invasion stage Day MA, ed. Biological Invasions. 2017;19(6).
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.
Knapp EE. Response of understory vegetation to salvage logging following a high-severity wildfire Ritchie MW, ed. Ecosphere. 2016;7(11).
Knapp EE, Estes BL, Skinner CN. Ecological Effects of Prescribed Fire Season: A Literature Review and Synthesis for Managers. Redding, CA: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; 2009:80. Available at:
Larson AJ, Belote TR, Cansler AC, Parks SA, Dietz MS. Latent resilience in ponderosa pine forest: effects of resumed frequent fire. Ecological Applications. 2013;23(6):7.PDF icon latent resilience in p pine.pdf (13.78 MB)
Larson AJ. Post-fire morel (Morchella) mushroom abundance, spatial structure, and harvest sustainability C. Cansler A, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2016;377.
Laughlin DC. The hierarchy of predictability in ecological restoration: are vegetation structure and functional diversity more predictable than community composition? Strahan RT, ed. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2017;54(4).
Lydersen JM. Relating Fire-Caused Change in Forest Structure to Remotely Sensed Estimates of Fire Severity Collins BM, ed. Fire Ecology. 2016;12(3).