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Goldstein D, Kennedy EB. Mapping the ethical landscape of wildland fire management: setting an agendum for research and deliberation on the applied ethics of wildland fire. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;Online.PDF icon Goldstein and Kennedy_2022_IJWF_Mapping the ethical landscape of wildland fire management.pdf (900.38 KB)
York RA, Russell KW, Noble H. Merging prescribed fires and timber harvests in the Sierra Nevada: Burn season and pruning influences in young mixed conifer stands. Trees, Forests and People. 2022;9.PDF icon 1-s2.0-S2666719322001169-main.pdf (2.58 MB)
Wollstein K, O’Connor C, Gear J, Hoagland R. Minimize the bad days: Wildland fire response and suppression success. Rangelands. 2022;8(47).PDF icon Wollstein et al_2022_Minimize the bad days_Wildland fire response and suppression success.pdf (1.21 MB)
Cattau ME, Mahood AL, Balch JK, Wessman CA. Modern Pyromes: Biogeographical Patterns of Fire Characteristics across the Contiguous United States. Fire. 2022;5.PDF icon Cattau et al_Modern Pyromes_Biol patterns of fire characteristics across contiguous US.pdf (1.85 MB)
Jones BA, McDermott S, Champ PA, Berrens RP. More smoke today for less smoke tomorrow? We need to better understand the public health benefits and costs of prescribed fire. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(10):918–926.PDF icon Jones et al_2022_IJWF_More smoke today for less smoke tomorrow_We need to better understand public health benefits and costs of rx fire.pdf (2.41 MB)
Belavenutti P, Ager AA, Day MA, Chung W. Multi-Objective Scheduling of Fuel Treatments to Implement a Linear Fuel Break Network. Fire. 2022;6(1).PDF icon fire-06-00001-v2.pdf (6.42 MB)
Hoe MS. Multitemporal LiDAR improves estimates of fire severity in forested landscapes Dunn CJ, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2018;Online early.
Oliver M. Mapping the Future: U.S. Exposure to Multiple Landscape Stressors. Portland: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2017.PDF icon scifi197.pdf (6.8 MB)
Ganio LM. Mortality predictions of fire-injured large Douglas-fir and ponderosa pine in Oregon and Washington, USA Progar RA, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;390.
T. McCarley R. Multi-temporal LiDAR and Landsat quantification of fire-induced changes to forest structure Kolden CA, ed. Remote Sensing of Environment. 2017;191.
Boisramé G. Managed wildfire effects on forest resilience and water in the Sierra Nevada Thompson S, ed. Ecosystems. 2016.
Vogeler JC. Mapping post-fire habitat characteristics through the fusion of remote sensing tools Yang Z, ed. Remote Sensing of Environment. 2016;173.
Jones GM. Megafires: an emerging threat to old-forest species Gutiérrez RJ, ed. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 2016;14(6).
Kemp KB. Managing for climate change on federal lands of the western United States: perceived usefulness of climate science, effectiveness of adaptation strategies, and barriers to implementation Blades JJ, ed. Ecology and Society. 2015;20(2).
Hoffman CM. Modeling spatial and temporal dynamics of wind flow and potential fire behavior following a mountain pine beetle outbreak in a lodgepole pine forest Linn R, ed. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 2015;204.
Dunn CJ. Modeling the direct effect of salvage logging on long-term temporal fuel dynamics in dry-mixed conifer forests Bailey JD, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2015;341.
McKenzie D. Modeling wildfire regimes in forest landscapes: abstracting a complex reality. In: Perera AH, ed. Simulation modeling of forest landscape disturbances. Simulation modeling of forest landscape disturbances. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing; 2015:73-92. Available at:
Hartter J. Modelling Associations between Public Understanding, Engagement and Forest Conditions in the Inland Northwest, USA Stevens FR, ed. PLOS ONE. 2015;10(2).
Underwood E. Models predict longer, deeper U.S. droughts. Science. 2015;13.