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Chung W, Jones G, Krueger K, Bramel J, Contreras M. Optimising fuel treatments over time and space. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013;On-line early.
Liu JCoco. Particulate air pollution from wildfires in the Western US under climate change Mickley LJ, ed. Climate Change. 2016;138(3).
Koch E. The Passing of the Lolo Trail, with an Introduction by Andrew J. Larson. Fire Ecology. 2016;12(1). Available at:
Wigtil G. Places where wildfire potential and social vulnerability coincide in the coterminous United States Hammer RB, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2016;Online early.
Ellsworth LM. Plant community response to prescribed fire varies by pre-fire condition and season of burn in mountain big sagebrush ecosystems Kauffman JB, ed. Journal of Arid Enviornments. 2017;144.
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)
Schultz CA. Policy Design to Support Forest Restoration: The Value of Focused Investment and Collaboration McIntyre KB, ed. Forests. 2018;9(9).
Koch G. Polishing the Prism: Improving Wildfire Mitigation Planning by Coupling Landscape and Social Dimensions. US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2016.PDF icon scifi189.pdf (876.76 KB)
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)
Kaczynski KM. Post-fire response of riparian vegetation in a heavily browsed environment Cooper DJ, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2015;338.
McMaster MA. Post-fire seeding with ryegrass: implications for understory plant communities and overall effectiveness Thode A, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;24(4).
Keyser AR. Predicting increasing high severity area burned for three forested regions in the western United States using extreme value theory A. Westerling LR, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2019;432.
Westlind DJ. Predicting post-fire attack of red turpentine or western pine beetle on ponderosa pine and its impact on mortality probability in Pacific Northwest forests Kelsey RG, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2019;434.
Kyser GB, Peterson VF, Davy JS, DiTomaso JM. Preemergent Control of Medusahead on California Annual Rangelands with Aminopyralid. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 2012;65(4):8. Available at:
Ryan KC, Knapp EE, Varner MJ. Prescribed fire in North America forests and woodlands: history, current practice, and challenges. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 2013;11(on-line 1):10.PDF icon ESA Rx fire.pdf (1.31 MB)
Kerns BK. Prescribed fire regimes subtly alter ponderosa pine forest plant community structure Day MA, ed. Ecosphere. 2018;9(12).
Kerns BK. Prescribed fire regimes subtly alter ponderosa pine forest plant community structure Day MA, ed. Ecosphere. 2019;Open access.
S. Greiner M, Schultz CA, Kooistra C. Pre-season fire management planning: the use of Potential Operational Delineations to prepare for wildland fire events. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2020;On-line early.
Stevens-Rumann C. Pre-wildfire fuel reduction treatments result in more resilient forest structure a decade after wildfire Kristen S, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013.
Tingley MW, Koo MS, Moritz C, Rush AC, Beissinger SR. The push and pull of climate change causes heterogeneous shifts in avian elevational ranges. Global Change Biology. 2012;18:18. Available at: