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Tang Y. The Potential Impact of Regional Climate Change on Fire Weather in the United States Zhong S, ed. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 2015;105(1). Available at:
Taylor AH, Harris LB, Skinner CN. Severity patterns of the 2021 Dixie Fire exemplify the need to increase low-severity fire treatments in California’s forests. Environmental Research Letters. 2022;17.PDF icon Taylor_2022_Environ._Res._Lett._17_071002.pdf (6.95 MB)
Taylor CM, de Jeu RAM, Guichard F, Harris PP, Dorigo WA. Afternoon Rain More Likely Over Drier Soils. Nature. 2012;489:4. Available at:
Taylor AH. Socioecological transitions trigger fire regime shifts and modulate fire–climate interactions in the Sierra Nevada, USA, 1600–2015 CE Trouet V, ed. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2016;Online early.
Tedim F, al. et. Defining extreme wildfire events: Difficulties, challenges, and impacts Leone V, ed. Fire. 2018;1(1).
Temesgen H. A review of the challenges and opportunities in estimating above ground forest biomass using tree-level models Affleck D, ed. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. 2015;30(4). Available at:
Temperli C. Interactions among spruce beetle disturbance, climate change and forest dynamics captured by a forest landscape model Veblen TT, ed. Ecosphere. 2015;6(11).
Tepley AJ. Fire-mediated pathways of stand development in Douglas-fir/ western hemlock forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA Swanson FJ, ed. Ecology. 2013;94(8).
Tepley AJ. Influences of fire–vegetation feedbacks and post‐fire recovery rates on forest landscape vulnerability to altered fire regimes Thomann E, ed. Journal of Ecology. 2018.
Teske CC, Seielstad CA, Queen LP. Characterizing Fire-on-Fire Interactions in Three Large Wilderness Areas. Fire Ecology. 2012;8(2):25. Available at:
Thompson MP. A review of challenges to determining and demonstrating efficiency of large fire management Silva FRy., ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2017;26(7).
Thompson MP. Risk management: Core principles and practices, and their relevance to wildland fire. (MacGregor DG, ed.).; 2016:29 p. Available at:
Thompson MP. A System Dynamics Model Examining Alternative Wildfire Response Policies Wei Y, ed. Systems. 2019;7(4).
Thompson MP, Gannon BM, Caggiano MD. Forest Roads and Operational Wildfire Response Planning. Forests. 2021;12(2). Available at: icon forests-12-00110-v3.pdf (1.75 MB)
Thompson MP, Calkin D, Gilbertson-Day J, Ager AA. Advancing effects analysis for integrated, large-scale wildfire risk assessment. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 2011;179:23. Available at:
Thompson MP. Development and application of a probabilistic method for wildfire suppression cost modeling Haas JR, ed. Forest Policy and Economics. 2015;50.
Thompson MP, Bayham J, Belval E. Potential COVID-19 Outbreak in Fire Camp: Modeling Scenarios and Interventions. Fire. 2020;3 (3):38.PDF icon fire-03-00038.pdf (768.92 KB)
Thompson MP. Quantifying the influence of previously burned areas on suppression effectiveness and avoided exposure: a case study of the Las Conchas Fire Freeborn P, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2016;25.
Thompson MP. Rethinking the wildland fire management system MacGregor DG, ed. Journal of Forestry. 2018;fvy020.
Thompson MP. Risk terminology primer: Basic principles and a glossary for the wildland fire management community. (Zimmerman T, ed.). Fort Collins: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; 2016:13 p. Available at:
Thompson MP. Risk Management and Analytics in Wildfire Response Wei Y, ed. Current Forestry Reports. 2019. Available at: icon Thompson_etal_2019_CFR_Risk_Management_and_Analytics_in_Wildfire_Response.pdf (887.23 KB)
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:
Today FM, Volume 73 N4. Synthesis on crown fire behavior in conifer forests. 2014.PDF icon FMT73-4.pdf0_.pdf (3.59 MB)
Today FM, Volume 73 N3. Being Prepared. 2014. Available at:
Toman E, Stidman M, McCaffrey S, Schindler B. Social Science at the WUI: A Compendium of Research Results to Create Fire-Adapted Communities. Newtown Square, PA: USDA Forest Service; 2013:80. Available at: icon 07-1-6-12_gtr_nrs111.pdf (3.55 MB)