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Paveglio T, Prato T, Dalenberg D, Venn T. Understanding evacuation preferences and wildfire mitigations among Northwest Montana residents. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2014;23(3).
Meldrum JR. Understanding gaps between the risk perceptions of wildland-urban interface (WUI) residents and wildfire professionals Champ PA, ed. Risk Analysis. 2015;Online early.
Meldrum JR. Understanding Gaps Between the Risk Perceptions of Wildland–Urban Interface (WUI) Residents and Wildfire Professionals Champ PA, ed. Risk Analysis. 2015;35(9).
Paveglio TB. Understanding social impact from wildfires: advancing means for assessment Brenkert-Smith H, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early. Available at:
Paveglio TB. Understanding the effect of large wildfires on residents' well-being: what factors influence wildfire impact? Kooistra C, ed. Forest Science. 2016;62(1).
Franklin CMA. Understory vascular plant responses to retention harvesting with and without prescribed fire Nielsen S, ed. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 2019.
Stephens SL. U.S. federal fire and forest policy: emphasizing resilience in dry forests Collins BM, ed. Ecosphere. 2016;7(11).
Flores D, Haire ER. The US Forest Service Life First safety initiative: exploring unnecessary exposure to risk. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(10):927–935.PDF icon Flores and Haire_2022_IJWF_USFS Life Firest Safety initiative_exploring unnecessary exposure to risk.pdf (774.07 KB)
Anon. U.S. Geological Survey Wildland Fire Science Strategic Plan, 2021-26. Reston, VA: U.S. Geological Survey; 2021. Available at: icon cir1471.pdf (8.12 MB)
Sample AV, Halofsky JE, Peterson DL. U.S. strategy for forest management adaptation to climate change: building a framework for decision making. Annals of Forest Science. 2014;71(2). Available at: icon pnw_2014_sample001.pdf (144.4 KB)
Billings M, Carroll M, Paveglio T, Whitman K. “Us versus Them;” Local Social Fragmentation and Its Potential Effects on Building Pathways to Adapting to Wildfire. Fire. 2021;4(96).PDF icon Us_versus_Them_Local_Social_Fragmentation_and_Its_.pdf (284.12 KB)
Steelman T. U.S. wildfire governance as social-ecological problem. Ecology and Society. 2016;21(4).
Tomkins L, Benzeroual T, Milner A, et al. Use of night vision goggles for aerial forest fire protection. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2014;On-line early. Available at:
White EM. Use of Science and Modeling by Practitioners in Landscape-Scale Management Decisions Lindberg K, ed. Journal of Forestry. 2019;117(3).
Eldridge JD, Redente EF, Paschke M. The Use of Seedbed Modifications and Wood Chips to Accelerate Restoration of Well Pad Sites in Western Colorado, USA. Restoration Ecology. 2012;20:8. Available at:
Fillmore SD, Paveglio TB. Use of the Wildland Fire Decision Support System (WFDSS) for full suppression and managed fires within the Southwestern Region of the US Forest Service . International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2023.PDF icon Fillmore et al_2023 Use of WFDSS for full suppression and managed fires in SW region of USFS.pdf (866.04 KB)
Eidenshink J, Howard S. USGS Fire Science - Fire danger monitoring and forecasting. U.S. Geological Survey; 2012.PDF icon FS2012-3121.pdf (662.54 KB)
Spies TA. Using an agent-based model to examine forest management outcomes in a fire-prone landscape in Oregon, USA. White E, ed. Ecology and Society. 2017;22(1).