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2022
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)
Snitker G, Roos CI, Sullivan, III AP, et al. A collaborative agenda for archaeology and fire science. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2022.PDF icon Snitker_et_al_2022_NatureEcoEvo_A collaborative agenda for achaeology and fire science.pdf (2.99 MB)
Copes-Gerbitz K, Dickson-Hoyle S, Ravensbergen SL, et al. Community Engagement With Proactive Wildfire Management in British Columbia, Canada: Perceptions, Preferences, and Barriers to Action. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change. 2022;5(829125).PDF icon Copes-Gerbitz et al_2022_Community Engagement with Proactive Wildfire Management in BC_Perceptions Preferences and Barriers.pdf (9.61 MB)
Copes-Gerbitz K, Dickson-Hoyle S, Ravensbergen SL, et al. Community Engagement With Proactive Wildfire Management in British Columbia, Canada: Perceptions, Preferences, and Barriers to Action. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change. 2022;5(829125).PDF icon Copes-Gerbitz et al_2022_Community Engagement with Proactive Wildfire Management in BC_Perceptions Preferences and Barriers.pdf (9.61 MB)
Iniguez JM, Evans AM, Dadashi S, et al. Comparing Geography and Severity of Managed Wildfires in California and the Southwest USA before and after the Implementation of the 2009 Policy Guidance. Forests. 2022;13(793).PDF icon Iniguez et al_2022_Comparing geography and severity of managed wildfires in CA and SW USA before and after 2009 policy guidance.pdf (1.64 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)
Leduc C, Giga SI, Fletcher IJ, Young M, Dorman SC. Effectiveness of fitness training and psychosocial education intervention programs in wildland firefighting: a cluster randomised control trial. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31:799-815.PDF icon Leduc et al_2022_IJWF_Effectiveness of fitness traning and phychosocial education intervention in wildland firefighters.pdf (1.14 MB)
Burke M, Heft-Neal S, Li J, et al. Exposures and behavioural responses to wildfire smoke. Nature Human Behavior. 2022.PDF icon Burke et al_2022_Nature Human Behavior_Exposures and behavioural responses to wildfire smoke.pdf (8.57 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)
Downing WM, Dunn CJ, Thompson MP, Caggiano MD, Short KC. Human ignitions on private lands drive USFS cross‑boundary wildfire transmission and community impacts in the western US. Scientific Reports. 2022;12(2624).PDF icon Downing et al_2022_Human ignitions on private lands drive USFS cross-boundary transmission.pdf (5.32 MB)
Downing WM, Dunn CJ, Thompson MP, Caggiano MD, Short KC. Human ignitions on private lands drive USFS cross‑boundary wildfire transmission and community impacts in the western US. Scientific Reports. 2022;12(2624).PDF icon Downing et al_2022_Human ignitions on private lands drive USFS cross-boundary transmission.pdf (5.32 MB)
Coughlan MR, Huber-Stearns H, Clark B, Deak A. Oregon Wildfire Smoke Communications and Impacts: An Evaluation of the 2020 Wildfire Season. Ecosystem Workforce Program Working Paper. 2022;111. Available at: https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1794/27179/OHA-smoke-survey-report_Final.pdf?sequence=3&isAllowed=y.PDF icon OHA-smoke-survey-report_2020 Wildfires_Final.pdf (5.71 MB)
Rao K, Williams PA, Diffenbaugh NS, Yebra M, Konings AG. Plant-water sensitivity regulates wildfire vulnerability. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2022;Online.PDF icon Rao et al_2022_Plant-water_sensitivity_regulates_wildfire_vulnerability.pdf (2.41 MB)
Thompson MP, O’Connor CD, Gannon BM, et al. Potential operational delineations: new horizons for proactive, risk-informed strategic land and fire management. Fire Ecology. 2022;18.PDF icon Thompson et al_2022_FireEcol_PODs as New horizons for proactive risk-informed strategic land and fire mgmt.pdf (7.5 MB)
Hoffman KM, Christianson ACardinal, Dickson-Hoyle S, et al. The right to burn: barriers and opportunities for Indigenous-led fire stewardship in Canada. FACETS. 2022;7:464–481.PDF icon Hoffman et al_2022_The right to Burn_Barriers and opps for Indgenous-led fire stewardship in Canada.pdf (1.89 MB)
Hoffman KM, Christianson ACardinal, Dickson-Hoyle S, et al. The right to burn: barriers and opportunities for Indigenous-led fire stewardship in Canada. FACETS. 2022;7:464–481.PDF icon Hoffman et al_2022_The right to Burn_Barriers and opps for Indgenous-led fire stewardship in Canada.pdf (1.89 MB)
Copes‑Gerbitz K, Hagerman SM, Daniels LD. Transforming fire governance in British Columbia, Canada: an emerging vision for coexisting with fire. Regional Environmental Change. 2022;22(48).PDF icon Copes-Gerbitz et al 2022_Transforming fire governance in BC, Canda.pdf (1.9 MB)
Ridder LW, Morris LR, Day MA, Kerns BK. Ventenata ( Ventenata dubia ) Response to Grazing and Prescribed Fire on the Pacific Northwest Bunchgrass Prairie. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 2022;80:1-9.PDF icon Ridder et al_2022_Ventenata response to grazing and rx fire in PNW.pdf (1.02 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)
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)
D’Evelyn SM, Jung J, Alvarado E, et al. Wildfire, Smoke Exposure, Human Health, and Environmental Justice Need to be Integrated into Forest Restoration and Management. Current Environmental Health Reports. 2022;Online.PDF icon DEvelyn et al_2022_Wildfire Smoke Exposure Human Health and Enviro Justice Integration Needs.pdf (3.04 MB)
2021
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.

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