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Halpern CB, Antos JA. Burn severity and pre-fire seral state interact to shape vegetation responses to fire in a young, western Cascade Range forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 2022.PDF icon Halpern and Antos_2022_Burn Severity and veg responses_West Cascade Range forest.pdf (8.63 MB)
Airey-Lauvaux C, Pierce AD, Skinner CN, Taylor AH. Changes in fire behavior caused by fire exclusion and fuel build-up vary with topography in California montane forests, USA. Journal of Environmental Management. 2022.PDF icon Airey-Lauvaux et al_2022_Changes in fire behavior caused by fire exclusion and fuel buildup vary with topo in CA montane forests.pdf (7.93 MB)
Kearns EJ, Saah D, Levine CR, et al. The Construction of Probabilistic Wildfire Risk Estimates for Individual Real Estate Parcels for the Contiguous United States. Fire. 2022;5(117).PDF icon Kearns et al_2022_Fire_The Construction of ProbabilisticWildfire Risk Estimates for Individual Real Estate Parcels for US.pdf (7.09 MB)
Chang H, Han H-S, Anderson N, Kim Y-S, Han S-K. The Cost of Forest Thinning Operations in the Western United States: A Systematic Literature Review and New Thinning Cost Model. Journal of Forestry. 2022;online.
Jones GM, Vraga EK, Hessburg PF, et al. Counteracting wildfire misinformation. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 2022;20(7):392-390.PDF icon Jones et al_2022_Front in Ecol Env_Counteracting wildfire misinformation.pdf (79.58 KB)
Belavenutti P, Ager AA, Day MA, Chung W. Designing forest restoration projects to optimize the application of broadcast burning. Ecological Economics. 2022.PDF icon Belavenutti et al_2022_Ecological Econ_Designing forest restoration projects to optimize the application of broadcast burning.pdf (3.12 MB)
Anderegg WRL, Chegwidden OS, Badgley G, et al. Future climate risks from stress, insects and fire across US forests. Ecology letters. 2022;25:1510–1520.PDF icon Anderegg et al_2022_Future climate risks from stress, insects, and fire across US forests.pdf (3.12 MB)
Anderegg WRL, Chegwidden OS, Badgley G, et al. Future climate risks from stress, insects and fire across US forests. Ecology letters. 2022;25:1510–1520.PDF icon Anderegg et al_2022_Future climate risks from stress, insects, and fire across US forests.pdf (3.12 MB)
K.Creutzburg M, C.Olsen A, A.Anthony M, et al. A geographic strategy for cross-jurisdictional, proactive management of invasive annual grasses in Oregon. Rangelands. 2022:173-180.PDF icon Creutzburg et al_2022_A geog strategy for crossjurisdictional proactive mgmt of invasive annual grasses in OR.pdf (3.52 MB)
Coogan SCP, Aftergood O, Flannigan MD. Human- and lightning-caused wildland fire ignition clusters in British Columbia, Canada. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(11). Available at: https://doi.org/10.1071/WF21177.PDF icon Coogan et al_2022_IJWF_Human and Lightning caused wildland fire ignition clusters in BC Canada.pdf (10.13 MB)
Li Z, Angerer JP, Wu B. The impacts of wildfires of different burn severities on vegetation structure across the western United States rangelands. Science of The Total Environment. 2022;845(157214).PDF icon Li et al_2022_Sci total Envir_Impacts of wildfires of different burn severities on veg structure across western US rangelands.pdf (2.58 MB)
Essen M, McCaffrey S, Abrams J, Paveglio T. Improving wildfire management outcomes: shifting the paradigm of wildfire from simple to complex risk. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 2022;Online.PDF icon Essen et al 2022_Improving WF Mgmt outcomes.pdf (663.56 KB)
Wickham SB, Augustine S, Forney A, et al. Incorporating place-based values into ecological restoration. Ecology and Society. 2022;27(3).PDF icon Wickham et al_2022_Ecol and Soc_Incorporating place-based values into ecological restoration.pdf (2.01 MB)
Kalashnikov DA, Schnell JL, Abatzoglou JT, Swain DL, Singh D. Increasing co-occurrence of fine particulate matter and ground-level ozone extremes in the western United States. Science Advances. 2022;8.PDF icon Kalashnikov et al_2022_Fine Particulate Matter.pdf (3.24 MB)
Freeborn PH, MattJolly W, A.Cochrane M, GarethRoberts . Large wildfire driven increases in nighttime fire activity observed across CONUS from 2003–2020. Remote Sensing of Environment. 2022;268. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2021.112777.PDF icon Freeborn et al_2022_Remote Sensing Enviro_Large Wildfire Driven Increases in Nighttime Fire Activity Across CONUS 2003-2020.pdf (3.09 MB)
Juang CS, Williams AP, Abatzoglou JT, et al. Rapid Growth of Large Forest Fires Drives the Exponential Response of Annual Forest-Fire Area to Aridity in the Western United States. Geophysical Research Letters. 2022;49.PDF icon Juang et al_2022_Rapid growth of large forest fires drives exponential response of annual forest-fire area to aridity in western US.pdf (1.25 MB)
Arispe SA, Johnson DD, Wollstein KL, et al. Strategic Partnerships to Leverage Small Wins for Fine Fuels Management. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 2022;85.PDF icon 1-s2.0-S1550742422000884-main.pdf (1.92 MB)
Graw RL, Anderson BA. Strategies to reduce wildfire smoke in frequently impacted communities in south-western Oregon. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(12).PDF icon WF22071.pdf (4.69 MB)
McKinney ST, Abrahamson I, Jain T, Anderson N. A systematic review of empirical evidence for landscape-level fuel treatment effectiveness. Fire Ecology. 2022;18(21).PDF icon McKinney et al_2022_FireEcol_A systematic review of empirical evidence for landscape-level fuel treatment effectiveness.pdf (2.22 MB)
McKinney ST, Abrahamson I, Jain T, Anderson N. A systematic review of empirical evidence for landscape-level fuel treatment effectiveness. Fire Ecology. 2022;18(21).PDF icon McKinney et al_2022_FireEcol_A systematic review of empirical evidence for landscape-level fuel treatment effectiveness.pdf (2.22 MB)
Vázquez-Varela C, Martínez-Navarro JM, Abad-González L. Traditional Fire Knowledge: A Thematic Synthesis Approach. Fire. 2022;5(2):47.PDF icon Vazquez-Varela et al_2022_Traditional Fire Knowledge-A Thematic Synthesis Approach.pdf (2.65 MB)
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)
Laughlin MM, Harvey BJ, Bakker JD, et al. Trends in forest structure restoration need over three decades with increasing wildfire activity in the interior Pacific Northwest US. Forest Ecology and Management. 2022;527. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2022.120607.PDF icon Trends-in-forest-structure-restoration-need-over-three-dec_2023_Forest-Ecolo.pdf (5.61 MB)
Balch JK, Abatzoglou JT, Joseph MB, et al. Warming weakens the night-time barrier to global fire. Nature. 2022;602(Online).PDF icon Balch et al_2022_Warming weakens the night-time barrier to global fire.pdf (3.32 MB)
Linley GD, Jolly CJ, Doherty TS, et al. What do you mean, ‘megafire’?. Global Ecology and Biogeography . 2022;31:1906–1922.PDF icon Linley et al_2022_Global ecol and biogeog_What do you mean Megafire.pdf (3.72 MB)

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