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Estes BL. Factors influencing fire severity under moderate burning conditions in the Klamath Mountains, northern California, USA Knapp EE, ed. Ecosphere. 2017;8(5). Available at:
Hood SM. Fire and tree death: understanding and improving modeling of fire-induced tree mortality J Varner M, ed. Environmental Research Letters. 2018;13(11). Available at:
Sheehan T. Fire, CO2, and climate effects on modeled vegetation and carbon dynamics in western Oregon and Washington Bachelet D, ed. PloS One. 2019;14(1).
Voelker SL. Fire deficits have increased drought‐sensitivity in dry conifer forests; fire frequency and tree‐ring carbon isotope evidence from Central Oregon Merschel AG, ed. Global Change Biology. 2019.
Perkins JL. Fire enhances whitebark pine seedling establishment, survival, and growth. Fire Ecology. 2015;11(2).
Steel ZL. The fire frequency-severity relationship and the legacy of fire suppression in California forests Safford HD, ed. Ecosphere. 2015;6(1).
Meddens AJH. Fire Refugia: What Are They, and Why Do They Matter for Global Change? Kolden CA, ed. BioScience. 2018;68(12).
Harvey BJ. Fire severity and tree regeneration following bark beetle outbreaks: the role of outbreak stage and burning conditions Donato DC, ed. Ecological Applications. 2014;24.
FOFEM: The First-Order Fire Effects Model Adapts to the 21st Century. Joint Fire Science Program; 2009:6. Available at:
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:
McIver JD. Fuels and stand structure data for the Summit post-fire logging study: pre-logging, one year post-logging, and 13 years post-logging Ottmar RD, ed. 2015.