Publications

Last updated: August 11, 2023

Title Authors Year Citation
Model-assisted domain estimation of postfire tree regeneration in the western US using nearest neighbor techniques Affleck, D. L. R., Gaines, G. C. in press
Affleck, D. L. R., Gaines, G. C., Model-assisted domain estimation of postfire tree regeneration in the western US using nearest neighbor techniques: Canadian Journal of Forest Research, at https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfr-2023-0007
The race between fuels and fruits—Testing mechanisms of serotinous forest resilience to short-interval severe reburns, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—19-1-01-16 Agne, M. C., Harvey, B. J. 2022
Agne, M. C., Harvey, B. J., The race between fuels and fruits—Testing mechanisms of serotinous forest resilience to short-interval severe reburns, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—19-1-01-16, at https://nwcasc.uw.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2022/04/Agne_Harvey_JFSP_FinalReport.pdf
Inequality in agency responsiveness—Evidence from salient wildfire events, Working Paper 20-22 Anderson, Sarah, Plantinga, Andrew, Wibbenmeyer, Matthew 2020
Anderson, Sarah, Plantinga, Andrew, Wibbenmeyer, Matthew, Inequality in agency responsiveness—Evidence from salient wildfire events, Working Paper 20-22, at https://EconPapers.repec.org/RePEc:rff:dpaper:dp-20-22
Mandated vs. voluntary adaptation to natural disasters—The case of U.S. wildfires, NBER Working Paper Series, Working Paper 29621 Patrick W. Baylis , Judson Boomhower 2021
Patrick W. Baylis , Judson Boomhower, Mandated vs. voluntary adaptation to natural disasters—The case of U.S. wildfires, NBER Working Paper Series, Working Paper 29621, at http://www.nber.org/papers/w29621
Assessing beaver habitat on federal lands in New Mexico, Final Report Bird, Bryan, Menke, K., Budrow, D., Hebert, D., Nguyen, A., Roybal, J. 2013
Bird, Bryan, Menke, K., Budrow, D., Hebert, D., Nguyen, A., Roybal, J., Assessing beaver habitat on federal lands in New Mexico, Final Report, at https://wildearthguardians.org/about-us/research-reports/
Fire patterns in piñon and juniper land cover types in the semiarid western United States from 1984 through 2013, RMRS-GTR-372 Board, D.I., Chambers, J.C., Miller, R.F., Weisberg, P.J. 2018
Board, D.I., Chambers, J.C., Miller, R.F., Weisberg, P.J., Fire patterns in piñon and juniper land cover types in the semiarid western United States from 1984 through 2013, RMRS-GTR-372, at https://doi.org/10.2737/RMRS-GTR-372
Does high-severity patch structure scale consistently with fire size across the northwest US? Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—21-1-01-26 Buonanduci, M.S., Harvey, B.J. 2023
Buonanduci, M.S., Harvey, B.J., Does high-severity patch structure scale consistently with fire size across the northwest US? Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—21-1-01-26, at https://www.firescience.gov/projects/21-1-01-26/project/21-1-01-26_final_report.pdf
Information and tools to restore and conserve Great Basin ecosystems, Great Basin Factsheet Series 2016 Chambers, J.C. 2016
Chambers, J.C., Information and tools to restore and conserve Great Basin ecosystems, Great Basin Factsheet Series 2016, at https://www.fs.usda.gov/treesearch/pubs/53208
Science framework for conservation and restoration of the sagebrush biome—Linking the Department of the Interior’s Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy to long-term strategic conservation actions. Part 1. Science basis and applications. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-360 Chambers, J. C., Beck, J. L., Bradford, J. B., Bybee, J., Campbell, S., Carlson, J., Christiansen, T. J., Clause, K. J., Collins, G., Crist, M. R., Dinkins, J. B., Doherty, K. E., Edwards, F., Espinosa, S., Griffin, K. A., Griffin, P., Haas, J. R., Hanser, S. E., Havlina, D. W., Henke, K. F., Hennig, J. D., Joyce, L. A., Kilkenny, F. F., Kulpa, S. M., Kurth, L. L., Maestas, J. D., Manning, M., Mayer, K. E., Mealor, B. A., McCarthy, C., Pellant, M., Perea, M. A., Prentice, K. L., Pyke, D. A., Wiechman, L. A., Wuenschel, A. 2017
Chambers, J. C., Beck, J. L., Bradford, J. B., Bybee, J., Campbell, S., Carlson, J., Christiansen, T. J., Clause, K. J., Collins, G., Crist, M. R., Dinkins, J. B., Doherty, K. E., Edwards, F., Espinosa, S., Griffin, K. A., Griffin, P., Haas, J. R., Hanser, S. E., Havlina, D. W., Henke, K. F., Hennig, J. D., Joyce, L. A., Kilkenny, F. F., Kulpa, S. M., Kurth, L. L., Maestas, J. D., Manning, M., Mayer, K. E., Mealor, B. A., McCarthy, C., Pellant, M., Perea, M. A., Prentice, K. L., Pyke, D. A., Wiechman, L. A., Wuenschel, A., Science framework for conservation and restoration of the sagebrush biome—Linking the Department of the Interior’s Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy to long-term strategic conservation actions. Part 1. Science basis and applications. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-360, at https://doi.org/10.2737/RMRS-GTR-360
Using resilience and resistance concepts to manage threats to sagebrush ecosystems, Gunnison sage-grouse, and greater sage-grouse in their eastern range—A strategic multi-scale approach. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-356 Chambers, J. C., Beck, J. L., Campbell, S., Carlson, J., Christiansen, T. J., Clause, K. J., Dinkins, J. B., Doherty, K. E., Griffin, K. A., Havlina, D. W., Henke, K. F., Hennig, J. D., Kurth, L. L., Maestas, J. D., Manning, M., Mayer, K. E., Mealor, B. A., McCarthy, C., Perea, M. A., Pyke, D. A. 2016
Chambers, J. C., Beck, J. L., Campbell, S., Carlson, J., Christiansen, T. J., Clause, K. J., Dinkins, J. B., Doherty, K. E., Griffin, K. A., Havlina, D. W., Henke, K. F., Hennig, J. D., Kurth, L. L., Maestas, J. D., Manning, M., Mayer, K. E., Mealor, B. A., McCarthy, C., Perea, M. A., Pyke, D. A., Using resilience and resistance concepts to manage threats to sagebrush ecosystems, Gunnison sage-grouse, and greater sage-grouse in their eastern range—A strategic multi-scale approach. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-356, at https://doi.org/10.2737/RMRS-GTR-356
Playing with fire—How climate change and development patterns are contributing to the soaring costs of western wildfires Cleetus, Rachel, Mulik, Kranti 2014
Cleetus, Rachel, Mulik, Kranti, Playing with fire—How climate change and development patterns are contributing to the soaring costs of western wildfires, at https://www.ucsusa.org/resources/playing-fire#ucs-report-downloads
Marin County wildland fires—Examining fuel load and land cover change to inform fire prevention and suppression decisions in Marin County, CA, NASA Develop Technical Report, Final, March 30, 2023 Dalal, S., Lee, K., Rosenstein, G., Ross, C. 2023
Dalal, S., Lee, K., Rosenstein, G., Ross, C., Marin County wildland fires—Examining fuel load and land cover change to inform fire prevention and suppression decisions in Marin County, CA, NASA Develop Technical Report, Final, March 30, 2023, at https://ntrs.nasa.gov/api/citations/20230006640/downloads/2023Spring_ARC_MarinCountyWildfires_TechPaper_FDv5.pdf?attachment=true
Retrospective fire modeling—Quantifying the impacts of fire suppression, Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR236WWW Davis, B. H., Miller, C., Parks, S. A. 2010
Davis, B. H., Miller, C., Parks, S. A., Retrospective fire modeling—Quantifying the impacts of fire suppression, Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR236WWW, at https://doi.org/10.2737/RMRS-GTR-236
Climate variability and post-fire forest regeneration in the Northern Rockies, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—16-1-01-15 Davis, K.T., Higuera, P.E., Dobrowski, S.Z. 2021
Davis, K.T., Higuera, P.E., Dobrowski, S.Z., Climate variability and post-fire forest regeneration in the Northern Rockies, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—16-1-01-15, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%26JO%3FT0%20%20%0A
Northwest Forest Plan—The first 15 years (1994–2008)—Status and trends of northern spotted owl populations and habitats, Gen. Tech. Rep. PNWGTR-850 Davis, R. J., Dugger, K. M., Mohoric, S., Evers, L., Aney, W. C. 2011
Davis, R. J., Dugger, K. M., Mohoric, S., Evers, L., Aney, W. C., Northwest Forest Plan—The first 15 years (1994–2008)—Status and trends of northern spotted owl populations and habitats, Gen. Tech. Rep. PNWGTR-850, at https://doi.org/10.2737/PNW-GTR-850
Northwest Forest Plan—The first 25 years (1994–2018)—Status and trends of northern spotted owl habitats Davis, Raymond J., Lesmeister, Damon B., Yang, Zhiqiang, Hollen, Bruce, Tuerler, Bridgette, Hobson, Jeremy, Guetterman, John, Stratton, Andrew 2022
Davis, Raymond J., Lesmeister, Damon B., Yang, Zhiqiang, Hollen, Bruce, Tuerler, Bridgette, Hobson, Jeremy, Guetterman, John, Stratton, Andrew, Northwest Forest Plan—The first 25 years (1994–2018)—Status and trends of northern spotted owl habitats, at https://doi.org/10.2737/PNW-GTR-1003
2-3-2 cohesive strategy partnership multiparty monitoring plan for the Rio Chama Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program Dems, C., Cadiente, E., Krasilovsky, E., Kohler, G. 2023
Dems, C., Cadiente, E., Krasilovsky, E., Kohler, G., 2-3-2 cohesive strategy partnership multiparty monitoring plan for the Rio Chama Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program, at https://232partnership.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/01_Edition1_MPMplanMain.pdf
Wyoming’s forest resources, 2011–2015, Resour. Bull. RMRS-RB-28 DeRose, R.J., Shaw, J.D., Goeking,, S.A., Marcille, K., McIver, C.P., Menlove, J., Morgan, T.A., Witt, C. 2018
DeRose, R.J., Shaw, J.D., Goeking,, S.A., Marcille, K., McIver, C.P., Menlove, J., Morgan, T.A., Witt, C., Wyoming’s forest resources, 2011–2015, Resour. Bull. RMRS-RB-28, at https://www.fs.usda.gov/treesearch/pubs/57244
Development of a severe fire potential map for the contiguous United States, Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRSGTR-415 Dillon, G. K., Panunto, M. H., Davis, B., Morgan, P., Birch, D. S., Jolly, W. M. 2020
Dillon, G. K., Panunto, M. H., Davis, B., Morgan, P., Birch, D. S., Jolly, W. M., Development of a severe fire potential map for the contiguous United States, Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRSGTR-415, at https://www.fs.usda.gov/treesearch/pubs/60733
Riparian ecosystems of the Manti-La Sal National Forest—An assessment of current conditions in relation to natural range of variability, Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-386 Driscoll, K.P., Smith, D.M., Finch, D.M. 2019
Driscoll, K.P., Smith, D.M., Finch, D.M., Riparian ecosystems of the Manti-La Sal National Forest—An assessment of current conditions in relation to natural range of variability, Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-386, at https://doi.org/10.2737/RMRS-GTR-386
Relations among cheatgrass-driven fire, climate, and sensitive status birds across the Great Basin, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—15-1-03-6 Fleishman, E., Balch, J.K., Bradley, B.A., Horning, N., Leu, M. 2019
Fleishman, E., Balch, J.K., Bradley, B.A., Horning, N., Leu, M., Relations among cheatgrass-driven fire, climate, and sensitive status birds across the Great Basin, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—15-1-03-6, at https://www.nrfirescience.org/resource/20384
Developing a monitoring program for bird populations in the Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona, using citizen observers—Initial stages, Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-368 Ganey, J.L., Iniguez, J.M., Sanderlin, J.S., Block, W.M. 2017
Ganey, J.L., Iniguez, J.M., Sanderlin, J.S., Block, W.M., Developing a monitoring program for bird populations in the Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona, using citizen observers—Initial stages, Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-368, at https://doi.org/10.2737/RMRS-GTR-368
Welfare losses from wildfire smoke—Evidence from daily outdoor recreation data, Working Paper 23-31 Gellman, J., Walls, M., Wibbenmeyer, M. 2023
Gellman, J., Walls, M., Wibbenmeyer, M., Welfare losses from wildfire smoke—Evidence from daily outdoor recreation data, Working Paper 23-31, at https://EconPapers.repec.org/RePEc:rff:dpaper:dp-23-31
Wildfire, smoke, and outdoor recreation in the western United States, Working Paper 21-22 Gellman, J., Walls, M., Wibbenmeyer, M.J. 2021
Gellman, J., Walls, M., Wibbenmeyer, M.J., Wildfire, smoke, and outdoor recreation in the western United States, Working Paper 21-22, at https://EconPapers.repec.org/RePEc:rff:dpaper:dp-21-22
New Mexico’s forest resources, 2008–2014, Resour. Bull. RMRS-RB-24 Goeking, S. A., Menlove, J. 2017
Goeking, S. A., Menlove, J., New Mexico’s forest resources, 2008–2014, Resour. Bull. RMRS-RB-24, at https://doi.org/10.2737/RMRS-RB-24
New Mexico’s forest resources, 2008–2012, Resour. Bull. RMRS-RB-18 Goeking, S. A., Shaw, J. D., Witt, C., Thompson, M. T., Werstak Jr, C. E., Amacher, M. C., Stuever, M., Morgan, T. A., Sorenson, C. B., Hayes, S. W., McIver, C. P. 2014
Goeking, S. A., Shaw, J. D., Witt, C., Thompson, M. T., Werstak Jr, C. E., Amacher, M. C., Stuever, M., Morgan, T. A., Sorenson, C. B., Hayes, S. W., McIver, C. P., New Mexico’s forest resources, 2008–2012, Resour. Bull. RMRS-RB-18, at https://doi.org/10.2737/RMRS-RB-18
Investigating controls of fire frequency on postfire sediment supply, southern California, USA, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—L20AC0018 Gray, A.B., Guilinger, J.J. 2023
Gray, A.B., Guilinger, J.J., Investigating controls of fire frequency on postfire sediment supply, southern California, USA, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—L20AC0018, at https://www.firescience.gov/projects/20-1-01-12/project/20-1-01-12_final_report.pdf
Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in southwest Oregon, Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-995 Halofsky, Jessica E., Peterson, David L., Gravenmier, Rebecca A. 2022
Halofsky, Jessica E., Peterson, David L., Gravenmier, Rebecca A., Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in southwest Oregon, Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-995, at https://www.fs.usda.gov/treesearch/pubs/63850
Vegetation climate adaptation planning in support of the Custer Gallatin National Forest Plan revision, Technical Report Hansen, A.J., Olliff, T., Carnwath, G., Miller, B.W., Hoang, L., Cross, M., Dibenedetto, J., Emmett, K., Keane, R., Kelly, V., Korb, N., Legg, K., Renwick, K, Roberts, D., Thoma, D., Adhikari, A., Belote, T., Dante-Wood, K., Delong, D., Dixon, B., Erdody, T., Laufenberg, D., Soderquist, B. 2018
Hansen, A.J., Olliff, T., Carnwath, G., Miller, B.W., Hoang, L., Cross, M., Dibenedetto, J., Emmett, K., Keane, R., Kelly, V., Korb, N., Legg, K., Renwick, K, Roberts, D., Thoma, D., Adhikari, A., Belote, T., Dante-Wood, K., Delong, D., Dixon, B., Erdody, T., Laufenberg, D., Soderquist, B., Vegetation climate adaptation planning in support of the Custer Gallatin National Forest Plan revision, Technical Report, at https://www.montana.edu/hansenlab/
Impacts of multi-year drought on post-fire conifer regeneration in the Inland Northwest, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—17-2-01-25 Hartter, J., Boag, A. 2019
Hartter, J., Boag, A., Impacts of multi-year drought on post-fire conifer regeneration in the Inland Northwest, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—17-2-01-25, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%27%3A%2F%3CW%40%20%20%0A
Wildland fires and greenhouse gas emissions in Hawai‘i Hawbaker, T.J., Trauernicht, C., Howard, S.M., Litton, C.M., Giardina, C.P., Jacobi, J.D., Fortini, L.B., Hughes, R.F., Selmants, P.C., Zhu, Z. 2017
Hawbaker, T.J., Trauernicht, C., Howard, S.M., Litton, C.M., Giardina, C.P., Jacobi, J.D., Fortini, L.B., Hughes, R.F., Selmants, P.C., Zhu, Z., Wildland fires and greenhouse gas emissions in Hawai‘i, p. 57–73, at https://doi.org/
Post-fire water quality—An investigation of determinants and recovery processes in burned watersheds across the western U.S., Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—14-1-06-14 Hogue, T.S., McCray, J. 2019
Hogue, T.S., McCray, J., Post-fire water quality—An investigation of determinants and recovery processes in burned watersheds across the western U.S., Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—14-1-06-14, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%26J%234T0%20%20%0A
Predicting fire-mediated forest structure over biophysical gradients in moist mixed conifer forests, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—19-1-01-49 Holz, A., Platt, L., Kemp, K. , Naficy, C. 2021
Holz, A., Platt, L., Kemp, K. , Naficy, C., Predicting fire-mediated forest structure over biophysical gradients in moist mixed conifer forests, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—19-1-01-49, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%27%3A%2B%3FT0%20%20%0A
Mortality reconsidered—Testing and extending models of fire-induced tree mortality across the US, Final Project Summary, JFSP PROJECT ID—16-1-04-8 Hood, S.M., Varner, J.M., Cansler, C.A. 2019
Hood, S.M., Varner, J.M., Cansler, C.A., Mortality reconsidered—Testing and extending models of fire-induced tree mortality across the US, Final Project Summary, JFSP PROJECT ID—16-1-04-8, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%26JO4WP%20%20%0A
How vegetation recovery and fuel conditions in past fires influences fuels and future fire management in five western U.S. ecosystems, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—14-1-02-27 Hudak, A. T., Newingham, B. A., Strand, E. K., Morgan, P. 2018
Hudak, A. T., Newingham, B. A., Strand, E. K., Morgan, P., How vegetation recovery and fuel conditions in past fires influences fuels and future fire management in five western U.S. ecosystems, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—14-1-02-27, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%26J%3F5W0%20%20%0A
Effects of changing wildfire management strategies, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—17-01-03 Iniguez, J., Thode, A., McCaffrey, S., Evans, A., Meyer, M., Hedwall, S. 2021
Iniguez, J., Thode, A., McCaffrey, S., Evans, A., Meyer, M., Hedwall, S., Effects of changing wildfire management strategies, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—17-01-03, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%26JK4V%40%20%20%0A
Wildfire in Utah—The physical and economic consequences of wildfire, Watershed Sciences Faculty Publications, Paper 1002 Jakus, P.M, Kim, M.-K., Margin, R.C., Hammond, I., Hammill, E., Mesner, N. 2017
Jakus, P.M, Kim, M.-K., Margin, R.C., Hammond, I., Hammill, E., Mesner, N., Wildfire in Utah—The physical and economic consequences of wildfire, Watershed Sciences Faculty Publications, Paper 1002, at https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/wats_facpub/1002
Advancing post-fire tree mortality models to limit fire-induced oak mortality, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—20-1-01-10 Kane, J.M., Jones, A.M. 2021
Kane, J.M., Jones, A.M., Advancing post-fire tree mortality models to limit fire-induced oak mortality, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—20-1-01-10, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%27%3A%2B4W0%20%20%0A
Guadalupe Mountains National Park—Natural resource condition assessment, Natural Resource Report NPS/GUMO/NRR—2013/668 Kilkus, K., Nadeau, A.J., Amberg, S., Gardner, S., Komp, M.R., Drazkowski, B., Myers, M. 2013
Kilkus, K., Nadeau, A.J., Amberg, S., Gardner, S., Komp, M.R., Drazkowski, B., Myers, M., Guadalupe Mountains National Park—Natural resource condition assessment, Natural Resource Report NPS/GUMO/NRR—2013/668, at https://www.nps.gov/orgs/1439/nrca_gumo.htm
Vegetation succession in an old-growth ponderosa pine forest following structural restoration with fire—Implications for retreatment and maintenance, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—15-07-1-19 Knapp, E. , Taylor, A., Coppoletta, M., Pawlikowski, N. 2019
Knapp, E. , Taylor, A., Coppoletta, M., Pawlikowski, N., Vegetation succession in an old-growth ponderosa pine forest following structural restoration with fire—Implications for retreatment and maintenance, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—15-07-1-19, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%26J79T%20%20%20%0A
Integrated modeling and assessment of North American forest carbon dynamics technical report—Tools for monitoring, reporting and projecting forest greenhouse gas emissions and removals Kurz, W.A., Birdsey, R.A., Mascorro, V.S., Greenberg, D., Dai, Z., Olguin, M., Colditz, R. 2016
Kurz, W.A., Birdsey, R.A., Mascorro, V.S., Greenberg, D., Dai, Z., Olguin, M., Colditz, R., Integrated modeling and assessment of North American forest carbon dynamics technical report—Tools for monitoring, reporting and projecting forest greenhouse gas emissions and removals, at http://www3.cec.org/islandora/en/item/11655-integrated-modeling-and-assessment-north-american-forest-carbon-dynamics
Influence of past wildfires on wildfire effects in northern Rockies mixed-conifer forest, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—14-1-02-9 Larson, A. J., Belote, R. T. 2018
Larson, A. J., Belote, R. T., Influence of past wildfires on wildfire effects in northern Rockies mixed-conifer forest, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—14-1-02-9, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%26J%234V%40%20%20%0A
Landscape evaluations and prescriptions for post-fire landscapes, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—16-1-05-24 Larson, A.J., Cansler, C.A., Kane, V.R., Churchill, D.J., Hessburg, P.F., Lutz, J.A., Povak, N.A. 2020
Larson, A.J., Cansler, C.A., Kane, V.R., Churchill, D.J., Hessburg, P.F., Lutz, J.A., Povak, N.A., Landscape evaluations and prescriptions for post-fire landscapes, Final Report, JFSP PROJECT ID—16-1-05-24, at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%26JO%3AT0%20%20%0A
Status and trend of nesting habitat for the Marbled Murrelet under the Northwest Forest Plan, 1993 to 2017, Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-998 Lorenz, T.J., Raphael, M.G., Young, R.D., Lynch, D., Nelson, S.K., McIver, W.R. 2021
Lorenz, T.J., Raphael, M.G., Young, R.D., Lynch, D., Nelson, S.K., McIver, W.R., Status and trend of nesting habitat for the Marbled Murrelet under the Northwest Forest Plan, 1993 to 2017, Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-998, at https://www.fs.usda.gov/pnw/publications/status-and-trend-nesting-habitat-marbled-murrelet-under-northwest-forest-plan-1993-2017
Risk disclosure and home prices—Evidence from California wildfire hazard zones, Working Paper 23-26 Ma, L., Walls, M., Wibbenmeyer, M., Lennon, C. 2023
Ma, L., Walls, M., Wibbenmeyer, M., Lennon, C., Risk disclosure and home prices—Evidence from California wildfire hazard zones, Working Paper 23-26, at https://EconPapers.repec.org/RePEc:rff:dpaper:dp-23-26
Effects of wildfire destruction on migration, consumer credit, and financial distress, Working Paper No. 21-29 McConnell, Kathryn, Whitaker, Stephan D., Fussell, Elizabeth, DeWaard, Jack, Curtis, Katherine, Price, Kobie, St. Denis, Lise, Balch, Jennifer 2021
McConnell, Kathryn, Whitaker, Stephan D., Fussell, Elizabeth, DeWaard, Jack, Curtis, Katherine, Price, Kobie, St. Denis, Lise, Balch, Jennifer, Effects of wildfire destruction on migration, consumer credit, and financial distress, Working Paper No. 21-29, at https://doi.org/10.26509/frbc-wp-202129
Black Hills wildfires mapping post-fire conifer regeneration using snow-on imagery, NASA DEVELOP Technical Report Menick, C., Seldon, Y., Stuckmeyer, H., Rogers, H. 2022
Menick, C., Seldon, Y., Stuckmeyer, H., Rogers, H., Black Hills wildfires mapping post-fire conifer regeneration using snow-on imagery, NASA DEVELOP Technical Report, at https://ntrs.nasa.gov/api/citations/20220014676/downloads/2022Sum_CO_BlackHillsWildfires_TechPaper_FD-final.docx.pdf
Montana’s forest resources, 2003–2009, Resour. Bull. RMRS-RB-15 Menlove, J., Shaw, J. D., Thompson, M. T., Witt, C., Amacher, M. C., Morgan, T. A., Sorenson, C., McIver, C., Werstak, C. 2012
Menlove, J., Shaw, J. D., Thompson, M. T., Witt, C., Amacher, M. C., Morgan, T. A., Sorenson, C., McIver, C., Werstak, C., Montana’s forest resources, 2003–2009, Resour. Bull. RMRS-RB-15, at https://doi.org/10.2737/RMRS-RB-15
Nevada’s forest resources, 2004–2013, Resour. Bull. RMRS-RB-22 Menlove, J., Shaw, J. D., Witt, C., Werstak, C. E., Jr., Justin DeRose, R., Goeking, S. A., Amacher, M. C., Morgan, T. A., Sorenson, C. B. 2016
Menlove, J., Shaw, J. D., Witt, C., Werstak, C. E., Jr., Justin DeRose, R., Goeking, S. A., Amacher, M. C., Morgan, T. A., Sorenson, C. B., Nevada’s forest resources, 2004–2013, Resour. Bull. RMRS-RB-22, at https://doi.org/10.2737/RMRS-RB-22
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Multiple wildfires with minimal consequences—Low-severity wildfire effects on West Texas piñon-juniper woodlands Poulos, Helen M., Reemts, Charlotte M., Wogan, Kelsey A., Karges, John P., Gatewood, Richard G. 2020
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Topography and fire legacies drive variable post-fire juvenile conifer regeneration in eastern Oregon, USA Boag, A. E., Ducey, M. J., Palace, M. W., Hartter, J. 2020
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Structural diversity and development in active fire regime mixed-conifer forests Berkey, J. K., Belote, R. T., Maher, C. T., Larson, A. J. 2021
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California spotted owl habitat selection in a fire-managed landscape suggests conservation benefit of restoring historical fire regimes Kramer, A., Jones, G. M., Whitmore, S. A., Keane, J. J., Atuo, F. A., Dotters, B. P., Sawyer, S. C., Stock, S. L., Gutierrez, R. J., Peery, M. Z. 2021
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Assessing the quality of fire refugia for wildlife habitat Andrus, Robert A., Martinez, Anthony J., Jones, Gavin M., Meddens, Arjan J. H. 2021
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Beetlemania—Is the bark worse than the bite? Rocky Mountain subalpine forests recover differently after spruce beetle outbreaks and wildfires Schapira, Zoe, Stevens-Rumann, Camille, Shorrock, Donna, Hoffman, Chad, Chambers, Amy 2021
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A 1,500-year synthesis of wildfire activity stratified by elevation from the U.S. Rocky Mountains Carter, Vachel A., Power, Mitchell J., Lundeen, Zachary J., Morris, Jesse L., Petersen, Kenneth L., Brunelle, Andrea, Anderson, R. Scott, Shinker, Jacqueline J., Turney, Lovina, Koll, Rebecca, Bartlein, Patrick J. 2018
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Resource objective wildfire leveraged to restore old growth forest structure while stabilizing carbon stocks in the southwestern United States Young, J. D., Ager, A. A. 2024
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Previous wildfires and management treatments moderate subsequent fire severity Cansler, C. Alina, Kane, Van R., Hessburg, Paul F., Kane, Jonathan T., Jeronimo, Sean M. A., Lutz, James A., Povak, Nicholas A., Churchill, Derek J., Larson, Andrew J. 2021
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A short-interval reburn catalyzes departures from historical structure and composition in a mesic mixed-conifer forest Hoecker, Tyler J., Turner, Monica G. 2022
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A novel approach to estimating soil yield risk in fire prone ecosystems Badik, Kevin J., Wilson, Codie, Kampf, Stephanie K., Saito, Laurel, Provencher, Louis, Byer, Sarah, Hazelwood, Mickey 2022
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Postfire treatments alter forest canopy structure up to three decades after fire Cansler, C. Alina, Kane, Van R., Bartl-Geller, Bryce N., Churchill, Derek J., Hessburg, Paul F., Povak, Nicholas A., Lutz, James A., Kane, Jonathan, Larson, Andrew J. 2021
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What determines the effectiveness of Pinyon-Juniper clearing treatments? Evidence from the remote sensing archive and counter-factual scenarios Fick, Stephen E., Nauman, Travis W., Brungard, Colby C., Duniway, Michael C. 2022
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