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Melvin MA. 2020 National Prescribed Fire Use Report. Coalition of Prescribed Fire Councils, Inc.; 2021.PDF icon 2020-Prescribed-Fire-Use-Report-1.pdf (4.52 MB)
Kooistra C, Schultz CA, Huber-Stearns H, et al. Assessment of Early Implementation of the US Forest Service’s Shared Stewardship Strategy. University of Oregon, Ecosystem Workforce Program; 2021. Available at: http://ewp.uoregon.edu/sites/ewp.uoregon.edu/files/WP_104.pdf.PDF icon Shared Stewardship Research Final Report PP10 WP104.pdf (8.5 MB)
Barros AMG, Day MA, Preisler HK, et al. Contrasting the role of human- and lightning-caused wildfires on future fire regimes on a Central Oregon landscape. Environmental Research Letters. 2021;16(6).
Barrett TM, Robertsons GC. Disturbance and Sustainability in Forests of the Western United States. Gen. Tech. Rep. 2021;PNW-GTR-992. Available at: https://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/pubs/pnw_gtr992.pdf?mc_cid=ed4d4f5179&mc_eid=27c88cb9fe.
Merschel AG, Beedlow PA, Shaw DC, et al. An ecological perspective on living with fire in ponderosa pine forests of Oregon and Washington: Resistance, gone but not forgotten. Trees, Forests and People. 2021;4.PDF icon An ecological perspective on living with fire in ponderosa pine forests of Oregon and Washington.pdf (9.05 MB)
Dye AW, Kim JB, McEvoy A, Fang F, Riley KL. Evaluating rural Pacific Northwest towns for wildfire evacuation vulnerability. Natural Hazards. 2021. Available at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11069-021-04615-x.PDF icon Dye2021_Article_EvaluatingRuralPacificNorthwes.pdf (4.71 MB)
Xiang J, Huang C-H, Shirai J, et al. Field measurements of PM2.5 infiltration factor and portable air cleaner effectiveness during wildfire episodes in US residences. Science of the Total Environment. 2021;773. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.145642.
L.Stephens S, Battaglia MA, Churchill DJ, et al. Forest Restoration and Fuels Reduction: Convergent or Divergent? . BioScience. 2021;71(1).PDF icon biaa134.pdf (8.84 MB)
Thompson MP, Gannon BM, Caggiano MD. Forest Roads and Operational Wildfire Response Planning. Forests. 2021;12(2). Available at: https://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs_journals/2021/rmrs_2021_thompson_m001.pdf.PDF icon forests-12-00110-v3.pdf (1.75 MB)
McEvoy A, Kerns BK, Kim JB. Hazards of Risk: Identifying Plausible Community Wildfire Disasters in Low-Frequency Fire Regimes. forests. 2021;12(7).
Ridder LW, Perren JAM, Morris LR, et al. Historical Fire and Ventenata dubia Invasion in a Temperate Grassland. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 2021;75.PDF icon Historical Fire and Ventenata dubia Invasion in a Temperate Grassland.pdf (735.31 KB)
Lake FKanawha. Indigenous Fire Stewardship: Federal/Tribal Partnerships for Wildland Fire Research and Management . Fire Management Today. 2021;79(No. 1). Available at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/sites/default/files/fire-management-today/00313%20FS%20Pubs%20FMT%2078%283%29_final%20508_c.pdf#page=30.
Mowery M, Punchard D. Land use planning approaches in the wildland-urban interface: an analysis of four western states. Community Wildfire Planning Center; 2021. Available at: https://www.communitywildfire.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/CWPC_Land-Use-WUI-Report_Final_2021.pdf.PDF icon CWPC_Land-Use-WUI-Report_Final_2021.pdf (3.57 MB)
Ellison A, Huber-Stearns H, Frederick SS, et al. Perceptions of wildland fire smoke. Northwest Fire Science Consortium; 2021. Available at: http://ewp.uoregon.edu/sites/ewp.uoregon.edu/files/WP_103.pdf.PDF icon WP_103.pdf (7.73 MB)
Hood SM, Johnson MC, Wagenbrenner JW, Saab VA, Dudley JG. Post-fire Salvage Logging Science Series. 2021. Available at: https://www.nrfirescience.org/hot-topics/post-fire-salvage-logging.
Council G'sWildfire E. Recovering & rebuilding from Oregon's 2020 wildfires. 2021.PDF icon Wildfire Report FINAL.pdf (4.62 MB)
Westlind DJ, Kerns BK. Repeated fall prescribed fire in previously thinned Pinus ponderosa increases growth and resistance to other disturbances. Forest Ecology and Management. 2021;480.PDF icon pnw_2021_westlind001.pdf (4.39 MB)
Westlind DJ, Kerns BK. Repeated fall prescribed fire in previously thinned Pinus ponderosa increases growth and resistance to other disturbances. Forest Ecology and Management. 2021;480. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118645.
Billings MC, Carroll MS, Paveglio TB. The "strings attached" to community difference and potential pathways to fire adaptiveness in the wildland urban interface. Journal of Forestry. 2021.PDF icon Mark_pathways.pdf (234.79 KB)
Anon. U.S. Geological Survey Wildland Fire Science Strategic Plan, 2021-26. Reston, VA: U.S. Geological Survey; 2021. Available at: https://doi.org/10.3133/cir1471.PDF icon cir1471.pdf (8.12 MB)
Downing WM, Meigs GW, Gregory MJ, Krawchuk MA. Where and why do conifer forests persist in refugia through multiple fire events?. Global Change Biology. 2021;27(15).PDF icon Downingetal_2021_RefugiaMultipleFireEvents.pdf (2.14 MB)

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