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2021
Huber-Stearns HR, Santo AR, Schultz CA, McCaffrey SM. Network governance in the use of prescribed fire: roles for bridging organizations and other actors in the Western United States. Regional Environmental Change. 2021;21(118).PDF icon HuberStearns et al_2021_networkgovernance in rx fire.pdf (3.34 MB)
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Research Brief #23 - Fire and Land Cover Change in the Palouse Praire-Forest Ecotone.; 2021.PDF icon NWFSC_RB23_Palouse.pdf (1.44 MB)
Ellison A, Huber-Stearns H, Frederick SS, et al. Perceptions of wildland fire smoke. Northwest Fire Science Consortium; 2021. Available at: http://ewp.uoregon.edu/sites/ewp.uoregon.edu/files/WP_103.pdf.PDF icon WP_103.pdf (7.73 MB)
Ager AA, Evers CR, Day MA, Alcasena FJ, Houtman R. Planning for future fire: Scenario analysis of an accelerated fuel reduction plan for the western United States. Landscape and Urban Planning. 2021;215.PDF icon Ageretal_Planningforfuturefire.pdf (7.01 MB)
Hood SM, Johnson MC, Wagenbrenner JW, Saab VA, Dudley JG. Post-fire Salvage Logging Science Series. 2021. Available at: https://www.nrfirescience.org/hot-topics/post-fire-salvage-logging.
Council G'sWildfire E. Recovering & rebuilding from Oregon's 2020 wildfires. 2021.PDF icon Wildfire Report FINAL.pdf (4.62 MB)
Westlind DJ, Kerns BK. Repeated fall prescribed fire in previously thinned Pinus ponderosa increases growth and resistance to other disturbances. Forest Ecology and Management. 2021;480. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118645.
Westlind DJ, Kerns BK. Repeated fall prescribed fire in previously thinned Pinus ponderosa increases growth and resistance to other disturbances. Forest Ecology and Management. 2021;480.PDF icon pnw_2021_westlind001.pdf (4.39 MB)
Miller RK, Mach KJ. Roles and experiences of non-governmental organisations in wildfire response and recovery. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2021.PDF icon Miller_2021_Roles of NGOs in wildfire response and recovery.pdf (312.68 KB)
Billings MC, Carroll MS, Paveglio TB. The "strings attached" to community difference and potential pathways to fire adaptiveness in the wildland urban interface. Journal of Forestry. 2021.PDF icon Mark_pathways.pdf (234.79 KB)
Anon. U.S. Geological Survey Wildland Fire Science Strategic Plan, 2021-26. Reston, VA: U.S. Geological Survey; 2021. Available at: https://doi.org/10.3133/cir1471.PDF icon cir1471.pdf (8.12 MB)
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)
Pelletier F, Eskelson BNI, Monleon VJ, Tseng Y-C. Using Landsat Imagery to Assess Burn Severity of National Forest Inventory Plots. Remote Sensing. 2021;13.PDF icon pnw_2021_pelletier001.pdf (1.46 MB)
Downing WM, Meigs GW, Gregory MJ, Krawchuk MA. Where and why do conifer forests persist in refugia through multiple fire events?. Global Change Biology. 2021;27(15).PDF icon Downingetal_2021_RefugiaMultipleFireEvents.pdf (2.14 MB)
Hessburg PF, Prichard SJ, R. Hagmann K, Povak NA, Lake FK. Wildfire and climate change adaptation of western North American forests: a case for intentional management. Ecological Applications. 2021.
Hessburg PF, Prichard SJ, R. Hagmann K, Povak NA, Lake FK. Wildfire and climate change adaptation of western North American forests: a case for intentional management. Ecological Applications. 2021;31(8).PDF icon Hessburg et al 2021_Wildfire and Climate change adaptation western forests.pdf (2.84 MB)
2020
Hessburg PF, Charnley S, Wendel KL, et al. The 1994 Eastside screens large-tree harvest limit: review of science relevant to forest planning 25 years later. 2020. Available at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/pnw/node/41842.PDF icon pnw_gtr990.pdf (8.96 MB)
Mockrin MH. After the fire: Perceptions of land use planning to reduce wildfire risk in eight communities across the United States Fishler HK, ed. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 2020;45.
Carter SK. Bridging the research-management gap: landscape science in practice on public lands in the western United States Pilliod DS, ed. Landscape Ecology. 2020;35. Available at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10980-020-00970-5.
Cheng T, Caggiano M. Burning without borders: Cooperatively managing wildfire risk in Northern Colorado.; 2020. Available at: http://www.nwfirescience.org/CoManagingRisk.PDF icon FactSheet4_NoCo_Final.pdf (2.49 MB)
Halofsky JE. Changing wildfire, changing forests: the effects of climate change on fire regimes and vegetation in the Pacific Northwest, USA Peterson DL, ed. Fire Ecology. 2020;16(4). Available at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s42408-019-0062-8.
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: https://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/sciencef/scifi233.pdf.
Downing WM, Johnston JD, Krawchuk MA, Merschel AG, Rausch JH. Disjunct and decoupled? The persistence of a fire-sensitive conifer soecies in a historically frequent-fire landscape. Journal for Nature Conservation. 2020;55.PDF icon Downing article.pdf (6.76 MB)
Krawchuk MA, Meigs GW, Cartwright JM, et al. Disturbance refugia within mosaics of forest fire, drought, and insect outbreaks. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 2020;18(5).PDF icon pnw_2020_krawchuk001.pdf (4.38 MB)
Johnson MC, Kennedy MC, Harrison SC, et al. Effects of post-fire management on dead woody fuel dynamics and stand structure in a severely burned mixed-conifer forest, in northeastern Washington State, USA. Forest Ecology and Management. 2020.PDF icon pnw_2020_johnson001.pdf (1.7 MB)

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