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Bates JD, Sharp RN, Davies KW. Sagebrush steppe recovery after fire varies by development phase of Juniperus occidentalis woodland. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013;On-line early.
Gang JE, Jia W, Herniter IA. Sand and fire: applying the sandpile model of self-organised criticality to wildfire mitigation. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;Online.PDF icon Gang et al_2022_IJWF_Sand and Fire_applying sandpile model of self organised criticality to wildfire mitigation.pdf (3.56 MB)
Clark R. Scanning the Future of Wildfire: Resilience Ahead..Whether We Like It or Not?.; 2016.PDF icon FSdigest22.pdf (5.6 MB)
Sleeter BM, Sohl TL, Bouchard MA, et al. Scenarios of land use and land cover change in the conterminous United States: Utilizing the special report on emission scenarios at ecoregional scales. Global Environmental Change. 2012;22(4):19. Available at:
Davis EJ. Science and Collaborative Processes.; 2018:3.PDF icon Go Big or Go Home Brief 2-final.pdf (1.27 MB)
The Science of Fuel Treatments.; 2017.PDF icon FuelTreatment Fact Sheet.pdf (3.15 MB)
Grimm KE, Thode AE, Wolfson BSatink, Brown LE. Scientist Engagement with Boundary Organizations and Knowledge Coproduction: A Case Study of the Southwest Fire Science Consortium. Fire. 2022;%(43).PDF icon Grimm et al_2022_Scientist Engagement with Boundary Orgs and Knowledge Coproduction-Case Study of SW Fire Science Consortium.pdf (775.58 KB)
Bates JD. Seasonal burning of juniper woodlands and spatial recovery of herbaceous vegetation Davies KW, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2016;361.
Estes BL, Knapp EE, Skinner CN, Uzoh FCC. Seasonal variation in surface fuel moisture between unthinned and thinned mixed conifer forest, northern California, USA. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2012;21(4):8. Available at:
Barrett S. Secretarial Order 3336 Science Priorities: The Role of Science Past, Present, and Future .; 2016.PDF icon FSdigest23.pdf (8.45 MB)
Jensen D. The sensitivity of US wildfire occurrence to pre-season soil moisture conditions across ecosystems Reager JT, ed. Environmental Research Letters. 2018;13(1). Available at:
Jolly WM. Severe Fire Danger Index: A Forecastable Metric to Inform Firefighter and Community Wildfire Risk Management Freeborn PH, ed. Fire. 2019;2(3).
Zald HSJ. Severe fire weather and intensive forest management increase fire severity in a multi-ownership landscape Dunn CJ, ed. Ecological Applications. 2018;Online early.
Lydersen JM. Severity of an uncharacteristically large wildfire, the Rim Fire, in forests with relatively restored frequent fire regimes North MP, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2014;328.
Taylor AH, Harris LB, Skinner CN. Severity patterns of the 2021 Dixie Fire exemplify the need to increase low-severity fire treatments in California’s forests. Environmental Research Letters. 2022;17.PDF icon Taylor_2022_Environ._Res._Lett._17_071002.pdf (6.95 MB)
Low KE, Battles JJ, Tompkins RE, et al. Shaded fuel breaks create wildfire-resilient forest stands: lessons from a long-term study in the Sierra Nevada. Fire Ecology. 2023;19. Available at: icon Shaded fuel breaks create wildfire-resilient forest stands: lessons from a long-term study in the Sierra Nevada.pdf (2.24 MB)
Walpole EH. Shared visions, future challenges: a case study of three Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program locations Toman E, ed. Ecology and Society. 2017;22(2).
Lyon KM. Sharing contracted resources for fire suppression: engine dispatch in the Northwestern United States Huber-Stearns HR, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2017;26(2).
Hurteau MD. Short- and Long-term Effects of Fire on Carbon in US Dry Temperate Forest Systems Brooks ML, ed. BioScience. 2011;61(2).
Dodge JM. Short- and long-term effects of ponderosa pine fuel treatments intersected by the Egley Fire Complex, Oregon, USA Strand EK, ed. Fire Ecology. 2019;15(40).
Rhoades CC, Battaglia MA, Rocca ME, Ryan MG. Short- and medium-term effects of fuel reduction mulch treatments on soil nitrogen availability in Colorado conifer forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 2012;276:8. Available at:
McCaffrey S. Should I Stay or Should I Go Now? Or Should I Wait and See? Influences on Wildfire Evacuation Decisions Wilson R, ed. Risk Analysis. 2017;Online early.
McLennan J. Should we leave now? Behavioral factors in evacuation under wildfire threat Ryan B, ed. Fire Technology. 2019;55(2). Available at:
Knapp EE, Weatherspoon PC, Skinner CN. Shrub Seed Banks in Mixed Conifer Forests of Northern California and the Role of Fire in Regulating Abundance. Fire Ecology. 2012;8(1):17. Available at:
Cohn GM, Parsons RA, Heyerdahl EK, Gavin DG, Flowers A. Simulated western spruce budworm defoliation reduces torching and crowning potential: a sensitivity analysis using a physics-based fire model. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2014;On-line early. Available at: