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DeMeo T. Expanding Our Understanding of Forest Structural Restoration Needs in the Pacific Northwest Haugo R, ed. Northwest Science. 2018;92(1).
Rixen C, Dawes MA, Wipf S, Hagedorn F. Evidence of Enhanced Freezing Damage in Treeline Plants During Six Years of CO 2 Enrichment and Soil Warming. Oikos. 2012;121:12. Available at:
Hagmann RK, Hessburg PF, Prichard SJ, et al. Evidence for widespread changes in the structure, composition, and fire regimes of western North American forests. Ecological Applications. 2021.PDF icon eap.2431.pdf (9.22 MB)
Stevens-Rumann CS. Evidence for declining forest resilience to wildfires under climate change Kemp KB, ed. Ecology Letters. 2018;21(2).
Dye AW, Kim JB, McEvoy A, Fang F, Riley KL. Evaluating rural Pacific Northwest towns for wildfire evacuation vulnerability. Natural Hazards. 2021. Available at: icon Dye2021_Article_EvaluatingRuralPacificNorthwes.pdf (4.71 MB)
Latif QS. Evaluating habitat suitability models for nesting white-headed woodpeckers in unburned forest Saab VA, ed. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 2015;79(2).
Endress BA, Wisdom MJ, Vavra M, et al. Effects of Ungulate Herbivory on Aspen, Cottonwood, and Willow Development Under Forest Fuels Treatment Regimes. Forest Ecology and Management. 2012;276:8. Available at:
Vaz PG. Effects of burn status and conditioning on colonization of wood by stream macroinvertebrates Dias S, ed. Freshwater Science. 2014;33(3).
Ager AA. Effects of accelerated wildfire on future fire regimes and implications for the United States federal fire policy Barros AMG, ed. Ecology and Society. 2017;22(4).
Loudermilk LE. Effectiveness of fuel treatments for mitigating wildfire risk and sequestering forest carbon: A case study in the Lake Tahoe Basin Stanton A, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2014;323.
Ager AA. Economic Opportunities and Trade-Offs in Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Vogler KC, ed. Ecological Economics. 2017;136.
DellaSala DA, Hanson CT. The Ecological Importance of Mixed-Severity Fires: Nature's Phoenix. 1st Editionst ed. Elsevier; 2015:450.
DeRose JR, Long JN. Drought-Driven Disturbance History Characterizes a Southern Rocky Mountain Subalpine Forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 2012;42(9):12. Available at:
Davies KW. Dormant season grazing may decrease wildfire probability by increasing fuel moisture and reducing fuel amount and continuity Boyd CS, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;24(6).
Davies KW. Dormant season grazing may decrease wildfire probability by increasing fuel moisture and reducing fuel amount and continuity Boyd CS, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early.
van Mantgem PJ. Does prescribed fire promote resistance to drought in low elevation forests of the Sierra Nevada, California, USA? Caprio AC, ed. Fire Ecology. 2016;12(1). Available at:
Bradley CM. Does increased forest protection correspond to higher fire severity in frequent-fire forests of the western United States? Hanson CT, ed. Ecosphere. 2016;7(10).
Schultz CA, Abrams JB, Davis EJ, et al. Disturbance shapes the US forest governance frontier: A review and conceptual framework for understanding governance change. Ambio. 2021;50:2168–2182.PDF icon Schultz et al_2021_Disturbance Shapes US Govt Frontier.pdf (987.73 KB)
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)


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