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2022
Jones BA, McDermott S, Champ PA, Berrens RP. More smoke today for less smoke tomorrow? We need to better understand the public health benefits and costs of prescribed fire. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(10):918–926.PDF icon Jones et al_2022_IJWF_More smoke today for less smoke tomorrow_We need to better understand public health benefits and costs of rx fire.pdf (2.41 MB)
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Research Brief #24 - Wildfire Risk in Western Oregon and Washington. 2022.PDF icon RB_24_WestsideFire.pdf (1.5 MB)
Mahood AL, Lindrooth EJ, Cook MC, Balch JK. Open Scientific Data: Country-level fire perimeter datasets (2001–2021). Scientific Data. 2022;9(458).PDF icon Mahood et al_2022_scientific data_country-level fire perimeter.pdf (2.18 MB)
Coughlan MR, Huber-Stearns H, Clark B, Deak A. Oregon Wildfire Smoke Communications and Impacts: An Evaluation of the 2020 Wildfire Season. Ecosystem Workforce Program Working Paper. 2022;111. Available at: https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1794/27179/OHA-smoke-survey-report_Final.pdf?sequence=3&isAllowed=y.PDF icon OHA-smoke-survey-report_2020 Wildfires_Final.pdf (5.71 MB)
Station PNorthwest. Passive or Active Management? Understanding Consequences and Changes After Large Stand-Replacing Wildfires. Science Findings. 2022;(247):1-6. Available at: https://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/sciencef/scifi247.pdf.PDF icon PNW Research Science Findings_2022_Passive or Active Management.pdf (1.18 MB)
Rao K, Williams PA, Diffenbaugh NS, Yebra M, Konings AG. Plant-water sensitivity regulates wildfire vulnerability. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2022;Online.PDF icon Rao et al_2022_Plant-water_sensitivity_regulates_wildfire_vulnerability.pdf (2.41 MB)
Churchill DJ, Jeronimo SMA, Hessburg PF, et al. Post-fire landscape evaluations in Eastern Washington, USA: Assessing the work of contemporary wildfires. Forest Ecology and Management. 2022;504(2022).PDF icon Churchill et al 2022 (assessing the work of contemporary wildfires).pdf (12.39 MB)
Thompson MP, O’Connor CD, Gannon BM, et al. Potential operational delineations: new horizons for proactive, risk-informed strategic land and fire management. Fire Ecology. 2022;18.PDF icon Thompson et al_2022_FireEcol_PODs as New horizons for proactive risk-informed strategic land and fire mgmt.pdf (7.5 MB)
Plantinga AJ, Walsh R, Wibbenmeyer M. Priorities and Effectiveness in Wildfire Management: Evidence from Fire Spread in the Western United States. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. 2022.PDF icon Plantinga et al_2022_Priorities and Effectiveness in Wildfire Mgmt_Evidence from Fire Spread in the Western US.pdf (1.31 MB)
Miller RK, Richter F, Theodori M, Gollner MJ. Professional wildfire mitigation competency: a potential policy gap. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(7).PDF icon Miller et al 2022_Professional wildfire mitigation competancy_A potential policy gap.pdf (783.41 KB)
Bowring SPK, Jones MW, Ciais P, Guenet B. Pyrogenic carbon decomposition critical to resolving fire’s role in the Earth system. Nature Geoscience. 2022;15:135–142.PDF icon Bowring et al_2022_Pyrogenic Carbon in the Earth System.pdf (2.11 MB)
Schmidt A, Punches J, Leavell D, et al. A quantitative wildfire risk assessment using a modular approach of geostatistical clustering and regionally distinct valuations of assets—A case study in Oregon. Plos One. 2022;17(3).PDF icon Schmidt et al_2022_Quantitative Wildfire Risk Assessment Using a Modular Approach of Geostat Clustering_Case Study in OR.pdf (8.18 MB)
Juang CS, Williams AP, Abatzoglou JT, et al. Rapid Growth of Large Forest Fires Drives the Exponential Response of Annual Forest-Fire Area to Aridity in the Western United States. Geophysical Research Letters. 2022;49.PDF icon Juang et al_2022_Rapid growth of large forest fires drives exponential response of annual forest-fire area to aridity in western US.pdf (1.25 MB)
Miller BAlan, Yung L, Wyborn C, et al. Re-Envisioning Wildland Fire Governance: Addressing the Transboundary, Uncertain, and Contested Aspects of Wildfire. Fire. 2022;5(49).PDF icon Miller et al 2022_Re-Envisioning_Wildland_Fire_Governance_Addressing.pdf (1.96 MB)
Shuman JK, Balch JK, Barnes RT, et al. Reimagine fire science for the anthropocene. PNAS Nexus. 2022;1(3).PDF icon Shuman et al_2022_PNAS_Reimagine fire science for the anthropocene.pdf (2.34 MB)
Ritter SM, Hoffman CM, Battaglia MA, Jain TB. Restoration and fuel hazard reduction result in equivalent reductions in crown fire behavior in dry conifer forests. Ecological Applications. 2022;e2682.PDF icon Ecological Applications - 2022 - Ritter - Restoration and fuel hazard reduction result in equivalent reductions in crown.pdf (1.98 MB)
Hoffman KM, Christianson ACardinal, Dickson-Hoyle S, et al. The right to burn: barriers and opportunities for Indigenous-led fire stewardship in Canada. FACETS. 2022;7:464–481.PDF icon Hoffman et al_2022_The right to Burn_Barriers and opps for Indgenous-led fire stewardship in Canada.pdf (1.89 MB)
Hersey C, Barros A. The Role of Shaded Fuel Breaks in Support of Washington's 20-year Forest Health Strategic Plan: Eastern Washington. Washington State Department of Natural Resources Forest Resilience Division. 2022.PDF icon Fuel_Break_Memo_Hersey_etal_2022_final.pdf (2.8 MB)
Gang JE, Jia W, Herniter IA. Sand and fire: applying the sandpile model of self-organised criticality to wildfire mitigation. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;Online.PDF icon Gang et al_2022_IJWF_Sand and Fire_applying sandpile model of self organised criticality to wildfire mitigation.pdf (3.56 MB)
Grimm KE, Thode AE, Wolfson BSatink, Brown LE. Scientist Engagement with Boundary Organizations and Knowledge Coproduction: A Case Study of the Southwest Fire Science Consortium. Fire. 2022;%(43).PDF icon Grimm et al_2022_Scientist Engagement with Boundary Orgs and Knowledge Coproduction-Case Study of SW Fire Science Consortium.pdf (775.58 KB)
Taylor AH, Harris LB, Skinner CN. Severity patterns of the 2021 Dixie Fire exemplify the need to increase low-severity fire treatments in California’s forests. Environmental Research Letters. 2022;17.PDF icon Taylor_2022_Environ._Res._Lett._17_071002.pdf (6.95 MB)
Arispe SA, Johnson DD, Wollstein KL, et al. Strategic Partnerships to Leverage Small Wins for Fine Fuels Management. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 2022;85.PDF icon 1-s2.0-S1550742422000884-main.pdf (1.92 MB)
Graw RL, Anderson BA. Strategies to reduce wildfire smoke in frequently impacted communities in south-western Oregon. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(12).PDF icon WF22071.pdf (4.69 MB)
Ivanova S, Prosekov A, Kaledin A. A Survey onMonitoring ofWild Animals during Fires Using Drones. Fire. 2022;5(60).PDF icon Ivanova et al_2022_A Survey on Monitoring of Wild Animals during Fires Using Drones.pdf (2.82 MB)
McKinney ST, Abrahamson I, Jain T, Anderson N. A systematic review of empirical evidence for landscape-level fuel treatment effectiveness. Fire Ecology. 2022;18(21).PDF icon McKinney et al_2022_FireEcol_A systematic review of empirical evidence for landscape-level fuel treatment effectiveness.pdf (2.22 MB)

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