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Bybee J. Vegetation Response to Piñon and Juniper Tree Shredding Roundy BA, ed. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 2016;69(3).
Busse MD. Response of antelope bitterbrush to repeated prescribed burning in Central Oregon ponderosa pine forests Riegel GM, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2009;257.
Busse MD, Shestak CJ, Hubbert KR. Soil heating during burning of forest slash piles and wood piles. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013;On-line early.
Busby G, Albers HJ. Wildfire Risk Management on a Landscape with Public and Private Ownership: Who Pays for Protection?. Environmental Management. 2010;45:15. Available at:
Buotte PC. Near-future forest vulnerability to drought and fire varies across the western United States Levis S, ed. Global Change Biology. 2019;25(1).
Brown MJ, Kertis J, Huff MH. Natural tree regeneration and coarse woody debris dynamics after a forest fire in the Western Cascade range. Portland: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2013:50. Available at: icon pnw_rp592.pdf (1.58 MB)
Bright BC. Examining post-fire vegetation recovery with Landsat time series analysis in three western North American forest types Hudak AT, ed. Fire Ecology. 2019;15.
Bright BC. Landsat time series and lidar as predictors of live and dead basal area across five bark beetle-affected forests Hudak AT, ed. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing. 2014;7(8). Available at:
Brennan TJ. Effect of mastication and other mechanical treatments on fuel structure in chaparral Keeley JE, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early.
Brenkert-Smith H, Chambers C, Gibble K, et al. Living with wildfire in Ashland, Oregon: 2020 Data Report. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountian Research Station; 2020. Available at: icon rmrs_rn088.pdf (11.76 MB)
Braziunas KH. Looking beyond the mean: Drivers of variability in postfire stand development of conifers in Greater Yellowstone Hansen WD, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2018;430.
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).
Bradford JB, Shriver RK, Robles MD, et al. Tree mortality response to drought-density interactions suggests opportunities to enhance drought resistance. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2022;59:549–559.PDF icon Bradford et al_2022_Tree mortality response to drought‐density interactions suggests.pdf (1.62 MB)
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)
Bowman DMJS. Human exposure and sensitivity to globally extreme wildfire events Williamson GJ, ed. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2017;1.
Bone C. Employing resilience in the United States Forest Service Moseley C, ed. Land Use Policy. 2016;52.
Boisramé G. Managed wildfire effects on forest resilience and water in the Sierra Nevada Thompson S, ed. Ecosystems. 2016.
Blonder B, Blonder B. The leaf-area shrinkage effect can bias paleoclimate and ecology research. American Journal of Botany. 2012;99(11):8. Available at:
Block WM. Effects of Prescribed Fire on Wildlife and Wildlife Habitat in Selected Ecosystems of North America. (L. Conner M, ed.). Bethesda, Maryland, USA: The Wildlife Society; 2016:69 p.PDF icon TechManual16-01FINAL.pdf (3.21 MB)
Blankenship K. A state-and-transition simulation modeling approach for estimating the historical range of variability Frid L, ed. Environmental Science. 2015;2(2).
Bladon KD. Wildfire and the Future of Water Supply Emelko MB, ed. Environmental Science & Technology. 2014;48.PDF icon Bladon_EST_2014-1.pdf (9.86 MB)
Blades JJ. Smoke management of wildfire and prescribed fire: understanding public preferences and trade-offs Shook SR, ed. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 2014;44(11).PDF icon CJFR-Smoke.pdf (332.18 KB)
Bixler A. Administrative and Judicial Review of NEPA Decisions: Risk Factors and Risk Minimizing Strategies for the Forest Service. (R. Bixler P, ed.).; 2016:48 p.PDF icon NEPA_USFS Risks_literature review_LR.pdf (3.19 MB)
Bixby RJ. Fire effects on aquatic ecosystems: an assessment of the current state of the science Cooper SD, ed. Freshwater Science. 2015;34(4). Available at: .PDF icon Bixby_et_al_2015_1_.pdf (252 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)


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