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Beeton TA, Cheng AS, Colavito MM. Cultivating Collaborative Resilience to Social and Ecological Change: An Assessment of Adaptive Capacity, Actions, and Barriers Among Collaborative Forest Restoration Groups in the United States. Journal of Forestry. 2022.PDF icon Beeton et al_2022_Collaborative Resilience CFLR Groups.pdf (9.88 MB)
Alexander ME, Cruz MG, Vaillant NM, Peterson DL. Crown fire behavior characteristics and prediction in conifer forests: a state-of-knowledge synthesis.; 2013:39. Available at:
Meinzer FC, Spies T, Merschel A, Voelker S. Crowded and Thirsty: Fire exclusion leads to greater drought sensitivity in mixed-conifer forests. USDS PNW Research Station; 2020. Available at:
Ager A. Cross-boundary wildfire and community exposure: A framework and application in the western U.S. (Day MA, ed.). Fort Collins: USDA, Forest Service, RMRS; 2019. Available at:
Steen-Adams MM, Charnley S, Adams MDO. Cross-boundary cooperation in wildfire management during the custodial management period of the US Forest Service: A case study of the eastern Cascades of Oregon, USA, 1905–1945. Land Use Policy. 2023;127.
Fischer AP. Cross-boundary cooperation for landscape management: Collective action and social exchange among individual private forest landowners Klooster A, ed. Landscape and Urban Planning. 2018;Open access.
Cordner A. Covering Wildfires: Media Emphasis and Silence after the Carlton and Okanogan Complex Wildfires Schwartz E, ed. Society & Natural Resources . 2018.
North MP. Cover of tall trees best predicts California spotted owl habitat Kane JT, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;405.
Jones GM, Vraga EK, Hessburg PF, et al. Counteracting wildfire misinformation. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 2022;20(7):392-390.PDF icon Jones et al_2022_Front in Ecol Env_Counteracting wildfire misinformation.pdf (79.58 KB)
Simon B, Crowley C, Franco F. The Costs and Costs Avoided From Wildfire Fire Management—A Conceptual Framework for a Value of Information Analysis. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 2022;10(804958). Available at: icon Simon et al_2022_The_Costs_and_Costs_Avoided_From_Wildfire_Fire_Mgmt.pdf (2.23 MB)
Kreitler J. Cost-effective fuel treatment planning: a theoretical justification and case study Thompson MP, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2019;29(1).
Chang H, Han H-S, Anderson N, Kim Y-S, Han S-K. The Cost of Forest Thinning Operations in the Western United States: A Systematic Literature Review and New Thinning Cost Model. Journal of Forestry. 2022;online.
Lee C. The cost of climate change: Ecosystem services and wildland fires Schlemme C, ed. Ecological Economics. 2015;116.
Williams PA. Correlations between components of the water balance and burned area reveal insights for predicting forest fire area in the southwest United States Seager R, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2014;Online early. Available at:
Chavardès RD, Danneyrolles V, Portier J, et al. Converging and diverging burn rates in North American boreal forests from the Little Ice Age to the present. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(12):1184-1193.PDF icon Chavardes et al 2022_IJWF_Converging and diverging burn rates in N American boreal forests from little ice age to present.pdf (2.54 MB)
Coop JD. Contributions of fire refugia to resilient ponderosa pine and dry mixed-conifer forest landscapes DeLory TJ, ed. Ecosphere. 2019;10(7).
Copes-Gerbitz K, Daniels LD, Hagerman SM. The contribution of Indigenous stewardship to an historical mixed-severity fire regime in British Columbia, Canada. Ecological Applications . 2022. Available at: icon Copes-Gerbitz et al_2022_Ecol Application_Contributions of Indigenous Stewardship to an historical mixed-severity fire regime in BC Canada.pdf (2.47 MB)
Barros AMG, Day MA, Preisler HK, et al. Contrasting the role of human- and lightning-caused wildfires on future fire regimes on a Central Oregon landscape. Environmental Research Letters. 2021;16(6).
Fry DL. Contrasting Spatial Patterns in Active-Fire and Fire- Suppressed Mediterranean Climate Old-Growth Mixed Conifer Forests Stephens SL, ed. PLoS ONE. 2014;9(2).
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).
Stanturf JA. Contemporary forest restoration: A review emphasizing function Palik BJ, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2014;331(1).
Vanderhoof MK, Hawbaker TJ, Teske C, Noble J, Smith J. Contemporary (1984–2020) fire history metrics for the conterminous United States and ecoregional differences by land ownership. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(12): 1167–1183.PDF icon WF22044.pdf (8 MB)
Consume 3.0 -- A Software Tool for Computing Fuel Consumption. Joint Fire Science Program; 2009:6. Available at:
Kearns EJ, Saah D, Levine CR, et al. The Construction of Probabilistic Wildfire Risk Estimates for Individual Real Estate Parcels for the Contiguous United States. Fire. 2022;5(117).PDF icon Kearns et al_2022_Fire_The Construction of ProbabilisticWildfire Risk Estimates for Individual Real Estate Parcels for US.pdf (7.09 MB)
McClure CD, Pavlovic NR, Huang SM, Chaveste M, Wang N. Consistent, high-accuracy mapping of daily and sub-daily wildfire growth with satellite observations. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2023.PDF icon Consistent, high-accuracy mapping of daily and sub-daily wildfire growth with satellite observations.pdf (3.77 MB)