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DellaSala DA. Accommodating mixed-severity fire to restore and maintain ecosystem integrity with a focus on the Sierra Nevada of California, USA Hutto RL, ed. Fire Ecology. 2017;13(2).
Schoennagel T. Adapt to more wildfire in western North American forests as climate changes Balch JK, ed. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2017;Online early.
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.
Taylor CM, de Jeu RAM, Guichard F, Harris PP, Dorigo WA. Afternoon Rain More Likely Over Drier Soils. Nature. 2012;489:4. Available at: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v489/n7416/full/nature11377.html.
Houtman R, Montgomery C, Gagnon A, et al. Allowing a wildfire to burn: estimating the effect on future suppression costs. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013;On line early.
Odion DC. Areas of Agreement and Disagreement Regarding Ponderosa Pine and Mixed Conifer Forest Fire Regimes: A Dialogue with Stevens et al. Hanson CT, ed. PLOS One. 2016;11(5).
Ager AA. Assessing the impacts of federal forest planning on wildfire risk-mitigation in the Pacific Northwest, USA Day MA, ed. Landscape and Urban Planning. 2016;147.
Gregg RM. Available Science Assessment Project: Prescribed Fire and Climate Change in Northwest National Forests. (Behan J, ed.).; 2016:151.PDF icon ASAP_final_report_1 November.pdf (2 MB)
Stevens JT. Average Stand Age from Forest Inventory Plots Does Not Describe Historical Fire Regimes in Ponderosa Pine and Mixed-Conifer Forests of Western North America Safford HD, ed. PLOS One. 2016;11(5).
Stevens JT. Average Stand Age from Forest Inventory Plots Does Not Describe Historical Fire Regimes in Ponderosa Pine and Mixed-Conifer Forests of Western North America Safford HD, ed. PLOS One. 2016;11(5).
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Reilly MJ, Zuspan A, Halofsky JS, et al. Cascadia Burning: The historic, but not historically unprecedented, 2020 wildfires in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Ecosphere. 2022;13.PDF icon Reilly et al_2022_Cascadia Burning_Historic but not historically unprecedented 2022 wildfires in PNW.pdf (9.62 MB)
Reilly MJ, Zuspan A, Halofsky JS, et al. Cascadia Burning: The historic, but not historically unprecedented, 2020 wildfires in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Ecosphere. 2022;13.PDF icon Reilly et al_2022_Cascadia Burning_Historic but not historically unprecedented 2022 wildfires in PNW.pdf (9.62 MB)
Reilly MJ, Zuspan A, Halofsky JS, et al. Cascadia Burning: The historic, but not historically unprecedented, 2020 wildfires in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Ecosphere. 2022;13.PDF icon Reilly et al_2022_Cascadia Burning_Historic but not historically unprecedented 2022 wildfires in PNW.pdf (9.62 MB)
Reilly MJ, Zuspan A, Halofsky JS, et al. Cascadia Burning: The historic, but not historically unprecedented, 2020 wildfires in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Ecosphere. 2022;13.PDF icon Reilly et al_2022_Cascadia Burning_Historic but not historically unprecedented 2022 wildfires in PNW.pdf (9.62 MB)
Dickinson K. Catching Fire? Social Interactions, Beliefs, and Wildfire Risk Mitigation Behaviors Brenkert-Smith H, ed. Society & Natural Resources. 2015;28(8).
Paveglio TB. Categorizing the social context of the wildland urban interface: Adaptive capacity for wildfire and community "archetypes" Moseley C, ed. Forest Science. 2015;61(2).
Morgan P. Challenges of assessing fire and burn severity using field measures, remote sensing and modelling Keane RE, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2014;23. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/WF13058.
Katuwal H. Characterising resource use and potential inefficiencies during large-fire suppression in the western US Dunn CJ, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2017;26(7).
Falke JA. Climate change and vulnerability of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) in a fire-prone landscape Flitcroft RL, ed. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2015;72.
Luce C, Morgan P, Dwire K, et al. Climate Change, Forests, Fire, Water, and Fish: Building Resilient Landscapes, Streams, and Managers. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; 2012:207. Available at: http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs/rmrs_gtr290.pdf.
Luce C, Morgan P, Dwire K, et al. Climate Change, Forests, Fire, Water, and Fish: Building Resilient Landscapes, Streams, and Managers.; 2012:207. Available at: http://www.firescience.gov/projects/08-2-1-15/project/08-2-1-15_rmrs_gtr290.pdf.

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