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Schoennagel T. Adapt to more wildfire in western North American forests as climate changes Balch JK, ed. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2017;Online early.
Charnley S. All Lands Approaches to Fire Management in the Pacific West: A Typology Kelly EC, ed. Journal of Forestry. 2017;115(1).
Katuwal H. Characterising resource use and potential inefficiencies during large-fire suppression in the western US Dunn CJ, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2017;26(7).
Clark JA. Climate changes and wildfire alter vegetation of Yellowstone National Park, but forest cover persists Loehman RA, ed. Ecosphere. 2017;8(1).
Sankey JB, Kreitler J, Hawbaker TJ, et al. Climate, wildfire, and erosion ensemble foretells more sediment in western USA watersheds. Geophysical Research Letters. 2017;Online early.
Reilly MJ. Contemporary patterns of fire extent and severity in forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA (1985–2010) Dunn CJ, ed. Ecosphere. 2017;8(3).
North MP. Cover of tall trees best predicts California spotted owl habitat Kane JT, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;405.
Kitzberger T. Direct and indirect climate controls predict heterogeneous early-mid 21st century wildfire burned area across western and boreal North America Falk DA, ed. PLOS One. 2017.
Smith JE. Does the presence of large down wood at the time of a forest fire impact soil recovery? Kluber LA, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;391.
Willms J. The effects of thinning and burning on understory vegetation in North America: A meta-analysis Bartuszevige A, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;392.
Lydersen JM. Evidence of fuels management and fire weather influencing fire severity in an extreme fire event Collins BM, ed. Ecological Applications. 2017;Online early.
Estes BL. Factors influencing fire severity under moderate burning conditions in the Klamath Mountains, northern California, USA Knapp EE, ed. Ecosphere. 2017;8(5). Available at:
Bowman DMJS. Human exposure and sensitivity to globally extreme wildfire events Williamson GJ, ed. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2017;1.
Syphard AD. Human presence diminishes the importance of climate in driving fire activity across the United States Keeley JE, ed. PNAS. 2017;114(52).
Kerns BK. The importance of disturbance by fire and other abiotic and biotic factors in driving cheatgrass invasion varies based on invasion stage Day MA, ed. Biological Invasions. 2017;19(6).
Hand M. The influence of incident management teams on the deployment of wildfire suppression resources Katuwal H, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2017;26(7).