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Pyke DA. Restoration handbook for sagebrush steppe ecosystems with emphasis on greater sage-grouse habitat—Part 2. Landscape level restoration decisions. (Knick ST, ed.).; 2015:21p.PDF icon USGS Greater Sage Grouse Part II.pdf (6.27 MB)
Pyke DA, Wirth TA, Beyers JL. Does seeding after wildfires in rangelands reduce erosion or invasive species?. Restoration Ecology. 2013;21(4):6.PDF icon rec12021.pdf (497.88 KB)
Pyke DA. Restoration handbook for sagebrush steppe ecosystems with emphasis on greater sage-grouse habitat—Part 1. Concepts for understanding and applying restoration. (Chambers JC, ed.).; 2015:44p.
Pyke DA, Brooks ML, D'Antonio C. Fire as a restoration tool: A decision framework for predicting the control or enhancement of plants using fire. Restoration Ecology. 2010;18(3):10.PDF icon j.1526-100X.2010.00658.x.pdf (556.61 KB)
M. Pulido-Chavez F, Alvarado EC, DeLuca TH, Edmonds RL, Glassman SI. High-severity wildfire reduces richness and alters composition of ectomycorrhizal fungi in low-severity adapted ponderosa pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 2021;485.PDF icon pnw_2021_pulido-chavez001.pdf (1.77 MB)
Program UOEW, Northwest S, Center W, Resources W. Dry Forest Zone Maps. Ecosystem Workforce Program Working Paper. 2014.PDF icon 2014_DFZ_Maps.pdf (14.37 MB)
Program UOEW, Northwest S, Center W, Resources W. Stewarding Forests and Communities: Final Report of the Dry Forest Zone Project. University of Oregon Ecosystem Workforce Program; 2014.PDF icon WP_48.pdf (8.57 MB)
Progar RA. Prescribed Burning in Ponderosa Pine: Fuel Reductions and Redistributing Fuels near Boles to Prevent Injury Hrinkevich KH, ed. Fire Ecology. 2017;13(1).
Prichard SJ. Fuel Characteristic Classification System (FCCS) field sampling and fuelbed development guide. (Andreu AG, ed.). Pacific Northwest Research Station; 2019:77. Available at:
Prichard SJ. Fuel treatments and landform modify landscape patterns of burn severity in an extreme fire event Kennedy MC, ed. Ecological Applications. 2014;24(3). Available at:
Prichard SJ, Hessburg PF, R. Hagmann K, et al. Adapting western North American forests to climate change and wildfires: ten common questions. Ecological Applications. 2021.
Prichard SJ. Tamm Review: Shifting global fire regimes: Lessons from reburns and research needs Stevens-Rumann CS, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;396.
Prichard SJ. Fuel treatment effectiveness in the context of landform, vegetation, and large, wind‐driven wildfires Povak NA, ed. Ecological Applications. 2020;online early.
Price O. An empirical wildfire risk analysis: the probability of a fire spreading to the urban interface in Sydney, Australia Borah R, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;Online early.
Price OF. Local and regional smoke impacts from prescribed fires Horsey B, ed. Natural Hazards and Earth System Services. 2016;16.
Price OF. The Drivers of Effectiveness of Prescribed Fire Treatment. Forest Science. 2012:12. Available at:
Preisler HK, Hicke JA, Ager AA, Hayes JL. Climate and Weather Influences on Spatial Temporal Patterns of Mountain Pine Beetle Populations in Washington and Oregon. Ecology. 2012;93:14. Available at:
Preisler HK. Near-term probabilistic forecast of significant wildfire events for the Western United States Riley KL, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2016;Online early.
Povak NA. Evidence for scale‐dependent topographic controls on wildfire spread Hessburg PF, ed. Ecosphere. 2018;9(10).
Povak NA, Churchill DJ, Cansler CA, et al. Wildfire severity and postfire salvage harvest effects on long-term forest regeneration. Ecosphere. 2020;11(8).PDF icon pnw_2020_povak002-1.pdf (9.11 MB)
Potter BE. Atmospheric Interactions with Wildland Fire Behaviour I. Basic Surface Interactions, Vertical Profiles and Synoptic Structures. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2012:23. Available at:
Potter BE. A Wildfire-relevant climatology of the convective environment of the United States Anaya MA, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;24.
Potter BE. Atmospheric Interactions with Wildland Fire Behaviour II. Plume and Vortex Dynamics. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2012:16. Available at:
Posch T, Koster O, Salcher MM, Pernthaler J. Harmful filamentous cyanobacteria favoured by reduced water turnover with lake warming. Nature Climate Change. 2012;2(11):5. Available at:
Polley HW, Jin VL, Fay PA. Feedback from Plant Species Change Amplifies CO 2 Enhancement of Grassland Productivity. Global Climate Biology. 2012;18:11. Available at:


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