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Schwartz MW. Using niche models with climate projections to inform conservation management decisions. Biological Conservation. 2012;155:8. Available at:
Baustian JJ, Mendelssohn IA, Hester MW. Vegetation's importance in regulating surface elevation in a coastal salt marsh facing elevated rates of sea level rise. Global Change Biology. 2012;18:6. Available at:
Ager AA, Buonopane M, Reger A, Finney MA. Wildfire exposure to analysis on the national forests in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Society for Risk Analysis. 2012:21.
Jackson BK, Sullivan MSP, Malison RL. Wildfire severity mediates fluxes of plant material and terrestrial invertebrates to mountain streams. Forest Ecology and Management. 2012;278:8. Available at:
Nielsen-Pincus M, Ellison A, Moseley C. Wildfire Suppression Contracting: The Effect of Local Business Capacity During Large Wildfires. Eugene, OR: Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon; 2012:16. Available at:
Thompson MP, Calkin D, Gilbertson-Day J, Ager AA. Advancing effects analysis for integrated, large-scale wildfire risk assessment. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 2011;179:23. Available at:
LeQuire E. After the Fire is Out.; 2011. Available at:
Assessing Fuel Treatment Effectiveness After the Tripod Complex Fires. Joint Fire Science Program; 2011:6. Available at:
Zobrist K. Assessing tree health. Pullman: Washington State University; 2011:4. Available at:
Dillon GK. Both topography and climate affected forest and woodland burn severity in two regions of the western US, 1984 to 2006 Holden ZA, ed. Ecosphere. 2011;2(12). Available at:
Wirth TA, Pyke DA. Effectiveness of post-fire seeding at the Fitzner-Eberhardt Arid Land Ecology Reserve, Washington. U.S. Geological Survey; 2011:42. Available at: icon ofr20111241.pdf (1.28 MB)
Reynolds KM, Hessburg PF, Miller RE, Meurisse RT. Evaluating Soil Risks Associated With Severe Wildfire and Ground-Based Logging. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2011:27. Available at:
Carroll MS, Paveglio T, Jakes PJ, Higgins LL. Nontribal community recovery from wildfire five years later: The case of the Rodeo-Chediski fire. Society and Natural Resources. 2011;24(7).PDF icon 08941921003681055.pdf (135.31 KB)
Davis RJ, Dugger KM, Mohoric S, Evers L, Aney WC. Northwest Forest Plan -- The First 15 Years: Status and Trends of Northern Spotted Owl Populations and Habitats. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2011:147. Available at:
Ponderosa Pine Biomass Relationships Vary with Site Treatment and Site Productivity. Joint Fire Science Program; 2011:6. Available at:
Fischer PA. Reducing hazardous fuels on nonindustrial private forests: factors influencing landowner decisions. Journal of Forestry. 2011;(July/August):7.PDF icon Fischer_2011_JoF_factorsinNIPFhazfuelred.pdf (310.18 KB)
Peterson DL, Millar CI, Joyce LA, et al. Responding to Climate Change in National Forests: A Guidebook for Developing Adaptation Options. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2011:109. Available at:
Hurteau MD. Short- and Long-term Effects of Fire on Carbon in US Dry Temperate Forest Systems Brooks ML, ed. BioScience. 2011;61(2).
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:
Werth PA, Potter BE, Clements CB, et al. Synthesis of Knowledge of Extreme Fire Behavior: Volume I for Fire Managers. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2011:144. Available at:
Hibbs D, Jacobs R. Vegetation recovery after fire in the Klamath-Siskiyou region, southern Oregon. U.S. Geological Survey; 2011.PDF icon fs20113140.pdf (3.08 MB)
Anon. Woodpecker habitat after fire. Joint Fire Science Program; 2011. Available at: