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Schweizer DW. Assessing relative differences in smoke exposure from prescribed, managed, and full suppression wildland fire Preisler HK. Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health . 2019;12(1).
Woolley T. Beyond red crowns: complex changes in surface and crown fuels and their interactions 32 years following mountain pine beetle epidemics in south-central Oregon, USA Shaw DC. Fire Ecology. 2019;15(4).
Coop JD. Contributions of fire refugia to resilient ponderosa pine and dry mixed-conifer forest landscapes DeLory TJ. Ecosphere. 2019;10(7).
Wei Y. Designing Operationally Relevant Daily Large Fire Containment Strategies Using Risk Assessment Results Thompson MP. Forests. 2019;10(4).
Matosziuk LM. Effects of season and interval of prescribed burns on pyrogenic carbon in ponderosa pine stands in the southern Blue Mountains, Oregon, USA Alleau Y. Geoderma. 2019;348.
Abrams J. The emergence of network governance in U.S. National Forest Administration: Causal factors and propositions for future research. Forest Policy and Economics. 2019;106.
Bright BC. Examining post-fire vegetation recovery with Landsat time series analysis in three western North American forest types Hudak AT. Fire Ecology. 2019;15.
Paveglio TB. Exploring the influence of local social context on strategies for achieving Fire Adapted Communities Edgeley C. Fire. 2019;2(2).
Palaiologou P. Fine scale assessment of cross boundary wildfire events in the Western US Ager AA. Natural Hazards and Earth Systems Sciences. 2019.
Allen I. Fire and Forest Management in Montane Forests of the Northwestern States and California, USA Chhin S. Fire. 2019;2(2).
Liu Y. Fire behaviour and smoke modelling: model improvement and measurement needs for next-generation smoke research and forecasting systems Kochanski A. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2019;28(8).
Sheehan T. Fire, CO2, and climate effects on modeled vegetation and carbon dynamics in western Oregon and Washington Bachelet D. PloS One. 2019;14(1).
Voelker SL. Fire deficits have increased drought‐sensitivity in dry conifer forests; fire frequency and tree‐ring carbon isotope evidence from Central Oregon Merschel AG. Global Change Biology. 2019.
Schultz CA. Forest Service fire management and the elusiveness of change Thompson MP. Fire Ecology. 2019;15.
Gleason KE. Four-fold increase in solar forcing on snow in western U.S. burned forests since 1999 McConnell JR. Nature Communications. 2019;10. Available at: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-09935-y.
Hagmann RK. Historical patterns of fire severity and forest structure and composition in a landscape structured by frequent large fires: Pumice Plateau ecoregion, Oregon, USA Merschel AG. Landscape Ecology. 2019.
Singleton MP. Increasing trends in high-severity fire in the southwestern USA from 1984 to 2015 Thode AE. Forest Ecology and Management. 2019;433.
Downing WM. Influence of fire refugia spatial pattern on post-fire forest recovery in Oregon’s Blue Mountains Krawchuk MA. Landscape Ecology. 2019. Available at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10980-019-00802-1.
Higuera PE. Integrating Subjective and Objective Dimensions of Resilience in Fire-Prone Landscapes Metcalf AL. BioScience. 2019;69(5).
Haugo RD. The missing fire: quantifying human exclusion of wildfire in Pacific Northwest forests, USA Kellogg BS. Ecosphere. 2019;10(4).
Lesmeister DB. Mixed-severity wildfire and habitat of an old-forest obligate .G.Sovern S. Ecosphere. 2019;e02696.
Buotte PC. Near-future forest vulnerability to drought and fire varies across the western United States Levis S. Global Change Biology. 2019;25(1).
Schultz CA. Policy tools to address scale mismatches: insights from U.S. forest governance Timberlake TJ. Ecology and Society. 2019;24(1).
Ortiz MJLopez. Post-fire management affects species composition but not Douglas-fir regeneration in the Klamath Mountains Marcey T. Forest Ecology and Management. 2019;432.
Keyser AR. Predicting increasing high severity area burned for three forested regions in the western United States using extreme value theory A. Westerling LR. Forest Ecology and Management. 2019;432.

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