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Hart SJ. Area burned in the western United States is unaffected by recent mountain pine beetle outbreaks Schoennagel T, ed. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . 2015;Online early.
Raposo JR. Experimental analysis of fire spread across a two-dimensional ridge under wind conditions Cabiddu S, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early.
Steel ZL. The fire frequency-severity relationship and the legacy of fire suppression in California forests Safford HD, ed. Ecosphere. 2015;6(1).
Andrus RA. Fire severity in southwestern Colorado unaffected by spruce beetle outbreak Veblen TT, ed. Ecological Applications. 2015;In Press.
Vaillant NM. Fuel accumulation and forest structure change following hazardous fuel reduction treatments throughout California Noonan-Wright EK, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early.
Cram DS. Fuel and vegetation trends after wildfire in treated versus untreated forests Baker TT, ed. Forest Science. 2015;61(4).PDF icon Fuel and Veg Trends.pdf (502.78 KB)
Temperli C. Interactions among spruce beetle disturbance, climate change and forest dynamics captured by a forest landscape model Veblen TT, ed. Ecosphere. 2015;6(11).
Castelli M. Predicting Burned Areas of Forest Fires: an Artificial Intelligence Approach Vanneschi L, ed. Fire Ecology. 2015;11(1).
Vogler KC. Prioritization of Forest Restoration Projects: Tradeoffs between Wildfire Protection, Ecological Restoration and Economic Objectives Ager AA, ed. Forests. 2015;6(12).
E. Stavros N. Regional likelihood of very large wildfires over the 21st century across the western United States: Motivation to study individual events like the Rim Fire, a unique opportunity with unprecedented remote sensing data. (Abatzoglou J, ed.).; 2015:312-313. Available at:
Varner J. Too hot to trot? Evaluating the effects of wildfire on patterns of occupancy and abundance for a climate-sensitive habitat specialist Lambert MS, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early.
Today FM, Volume 73 N3. Being Prepared. 2014. Available at:
Westerling A. Briefing: Climate and Wildfire in Western U.S. Forests Brown T, ed. Forest conservation and management in the Anthropocene. 2014;71:81-102. Available at:
Stephens SL. California Spotted Owl, Songbird, and Small Mammal Responses to Landscape Fuel Treatments Bigelow SW, ed. BioScience. 2014;64(10).
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)
Vaz PG. Effects of burn status and conditioning on colonization of wood by stream macroinvertebrates Dias S, ed. Freshwater Science. 2014;33(3).
Kreye JK, Brewer NW, Morgan P, et al. Fire behavior in masticated fuels: A review. Forest Ecology and Management. 2014;314.
Veraverbeke S, Sedano F, Hook SJ, et al. Mapping the daily progression of large wildland fires using MODIS active fire data. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2014;On-line early.
Today FM, Volume 73 N4. Synthesis on crown fire behavior in conifer forests. 2014.PDF icon FMT73-4.pdf0_.pdf (3.59 MB)