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McIver JD, McIver JD. Ecological effects of alternative fuel-reduction treatments: highlights of the National Fire and Fire Surrogate study (FSS). International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2012.
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:
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)
Kopper KE, McKenzie D, Peterson DL. The evaluation of meta-analysis techniques for quantifying prescribed fire effects on fuel loadings. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2009:24. Available at:
Filling in the Blanks for Prescribed Fire in Shrublands: Developing Information to Support Improved Fire Planning. Joint Fire Science Program; 2009:6. Available at:
Allen I. Fire and Forest Management in Montane Forests of the Northwestern States and California, USA Chhin S, ed. Fire. 2019;2(2).
Twidwell D. First Approximations of Prescribed Fire Risks Relative to Other Management Techniques Used on Private Lands Wonkka CL, ed. PLOS ONE. 2015;10(10).
Peterson DL, Johnson MC, McKenzie D, et al. Forest structure and fire hazard in dry forests of the Western United States. Portland: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2005:30. Available at:
The Forest, the Fire and the Fungi: Studying the Effects of Prescribed Burning on Mycorrhizal Fungi in Crater Lake National Park. Joint Fire Science Program; 2009:12. Available at:
Prichard SJ. Fuel treatment effectiveness in the context of landform, vegetation, and large, wind‐driven wildfires Povak NA, ed. Ecological Applications. 2020;online early.
Martinson EJ, Omi PN. Fuel Treatments and Fire Severity: A Meta-Analysis. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; 2013:35.PDF icon 08-2-1-09_RMRS-RP-103WWW.pdf (9.05 MB)
Prichard SJ. Fuel treatments and landform modify landscape patterns of burn severity in an extreme fire event Kennedy MC, ed. Ecological Applications. 2014;24(3). Available at:
Liu Z. Health and Environmental Impacts of Smoke from Vegetation Fires: A Review Murphy JP, ed. Journal of Environmental Protection. 2016;7.