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2015
Peterson DW. Post-fire logging reduces surface woody fuels up to four decades following wildfire Dodson EK, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2015;338.
Homann PS. Postwildfire soil trajectory linked to prefire ecosystem structure in Douglas-fir forest Bormann BT, ed. Ecosystems. 2015;18(2).
Vogler KC. Prioritization of Forest Restoration Projects: Tradeoffs between Wildfire Protection, Ecological Restoration and Economic Objectives Ager AA, ed. Forests. 2015;6(12).
Pyke DA. Restoration handbook for sagebrush steppe ecosystems with emphasis on greater sage-grouse habitat—Part 2. Landscape level restoration decisions. (Knick ST, ed.).; 2015:21p.PDF icon USGS Greater Sage Grouse Part II.pdf (6.27 MB)
Pyke DA. Restoration handbook for sagebrush steppe ecosystems with emphasis on greater sage-grouse habitat—Part 1. Concepts for understanding and applying restoration. (Chambers JC, ed.).; 2015:44p.
White EM. Social and economic monitoring for the Lakeview Stewardship Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project. (Davis EJ, ed.).; 2015. Available at: http://ewp.uoregon.edu/sites/ewp.uoregon.edu/files/WP_55.pdf.
Dunn CJ. Temporal fuel dynamics following high-severity fire in dry mixed conifer forests of the eastern Cascades, Oregon, USA Bailey JD, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early.
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.
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.
Demeo T. Tracking Progress: The Monitoring Process Used in Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Projects in the Pacific Northwest. (Markus A, ed.).; 2015.PDF icon Tracking ProgressWP_54.pdf (2.51 MB)
Morgan P. Vegetation Response to Burn Severity, Native Grass Seeding, and Salvage Logging Moy M, ed. Fire Ecology. 2015;11(2).PDF icon FireEcology031-1.pdf (3.01 MB)
Farzan S. Western Juniper Management: Assessing Strategies for Improving Greater Sage-grouse Habitat and Rangeland Productivity Young DJN, ed. Environmental Management. 2015;56.
Reisen F. Wildfire smoke and public health risk Duran SM, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early.
Parks SA. Wildland fire deficit and surplus in the western United States, 1984-2012 Miller CL, ed. Ecosphere. 2015;6(12).
Olson RL. Wildland fire management: insights from a foresight panel. (Bengston DN, ed.).; 2015:44. Available at: http://www.treesearch.fs.fed.us/pubs/48581.
Davies KW. Winter grazing can reduce wildfire size, intensity and behaviour in a shrub-grassland Boyd CS, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early.
2016
Odion DC. Areas of Agreement and Disagreement Regarding Ponderosa Pine and Mixed Conifer Forest Fire Regimes: A Dialogue with Stevens et al. Hanson CT, ed. PLOS One. 2016;11(5).
Ager AA. Assessing the impacts of federal forest planning on wildfire risk-mitigation in the Pacific Northwest, USA Day MA, ed. Landscape and Urban Planning. 2016;147.
Gregg RM. Available Science Assessment Project: Prescribed Fire and Climate Change in Northwest National Forests. (Behan J, ed.).; 2016:151.PDF icon ASAP_final_report_1 November.pdf (2 MB)
Stevens JT. Average Stand Age from Forest Inventory Plots Does Not Describe Historical Fire Regimes in Ponderosa Pine and Mixed-Conifer Forests of Western North America Safford HD, ed. PLOS One. 2016;11(5).
Stevens JT. Average Stand Age from Forest Inventory Plots Does Not Describe Historical Fire Regimes in Ponderosa Pine and Mixed-Conifer Forests of Western North America Safford HD, ed. PLOS One. 2016;11(5).
Donato DC. Burning the legacy? Influence of wildfire reburn on dead wood dynamics in a temperate conifer forest Fontaine JB, ed. Ecosphere. 2016;7(5).
Bradley CM. Does increased forest protection correspond to higher fire severity in frequent-fire forests of the western United States? Hanson CT, ed. Ecosphere. 2016;7(10).
van Mantgem PJ. Does prescribed fire promote resistance to drought in low elevation forests of the Sierra Nevada, California, USA? Caprio AC, ed. Fire Ecology. 2016;12(1). Available at: http://fireecologyjournal.org/journal/abstract/?abstract=266.
Clements CB. Fire weather conditions and fire-atmosphere interactions observed during low-intensity prescribed fires - RxCADRE 2012 Lareau NP, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2016;25.

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