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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:
Honig KA, Fule PZ. Simulating effects of climate change and ecological restoration on fire behaviour in a south-western USA ponderosa pine forest. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2012;21(6):11. Available at:
Johnson MC, Kennedy MC, Peterson DL. Simulating fuel treatment effects in dry forests of the western United States: testing the principles of a fire-safe forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 2011;41:13. Available at:
Agriculture USDepartment. Smoke in a New Era of Fire. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, PNW Station; 2017:16.PDF icon smoke science-update-24-1.pdf (2.96 MB)
Blades JJ. Smoke management of wildfire and prescribed fire: understanding public preferences and trade-offs Shook SR, ed. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 2014;44(11).PDF icon CJFR-Smoke.pdf (332.18 KB)
Hyde JC. Smoke management photographic guide: A visual aid for communicating impacts. (Blades J, ed.). Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2016:59 p. Available at:
Mendez SR, Carroll MS, Blatner KA, et al. Smoke on the hill: A comparative study of wildfire and two communities. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 2003;18(1).PDF icon s10.pdf (51.71 KB)
LeQuire E, Hunter M. Smoke Science Plan: The Path Forward. Joint Fire Science Program; 2012:12. Available at:
Huang X, Ding K, Liu J, et al. Smoke-weather interaction affects extreme wildfires in diverse coastal regions. Science. 2023;379(6631). Available at: icon Smoke-weather interaction affects extreme wildfires in diverse coastal regions .pdf (3.59 MB)
Peterson DW, Dodson EK, Harrod RJ. Snag decomposition following stand-replacing wildfires alters wildlife habitat use and surface woody fuels through time. Ecosphere. 2023;14(8).PDF icon Peterson et al - 2023 - Ecosphere[55].pdf (2.01 MB)
White EM. Social and economic monitoring for the Lakeview Stewardship Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project. (Davis EJ, ed.).; 2015. Available at:
Lambrou N, Kolden C, Loukaitou-Sideris A, Anjum E, Acey C. Social drivers of vulnerability to wildfire disasters: A review of the literature. Landscape and Urban Planning. 2023;237. Available at: icon Social drivers of vulnerability to wildfire disasters- A review of the literature.pdf (2.46 MB)
Paveglio TB. Social fragmentation and wildfire management: Exploring the scale of adaptive action Carroll MS, ed. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 2019;33(131).
Urgenson LS. Social perspectives on the use of reference conditions in restoration of fire-adapted forest landscapes Nelson CR, ed. Restoration Ecology. 2017;Online early.
Toman E, Stidman M, McCaffrey S, Schindler B. Social Science at the WUI: A Compendium of Research Results to Create Fire-Adapted Communities. Newtown Square, PA: USDA Forest Service; 2013:80. Available at: icon 07-1-6-12_gtr_nrs111.pdf (3.55 MB)
Kumagai Y, Daniels SE. Social science in fuel management: an annotated bibliography of prescribed fire. Corvallis: Oregon State University, College of Forestry; 2002:42. Available at: icon RC36.pdf (252.9 KB)
Christianson A. Social science research on Indigenous wildfire management in the 21st century and future research needs. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2014;On-line early.
Monroe MC, Pennisi L, McCaffrey S, Mileti D. Social Science to Improve Fuels Management: A Synthesis of Research Relevant to Communicating with Homeowners About Fuels Management. USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station; 2006:42. Available at:
Coughlan MR. Social Vulnerability and Wildfire in the Wildland-Urban Interface: Literature synthesis. (Ellison A, ed.).; 2019:24. Available at: icon WP_96.pdf (2.74 MB)