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Champ PA, Brenkert-Smith H, Riley JP, et al. Actionable social science can guide community level wildfire solutions. An illustration from North Central Washington, US. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 2022;82.PDF icon 1-s2.0-S2212420922006070-main.pdf (2.48 MB)
Li C, Handwerger AL, Wang J, et al. Augmentation of WRF-Hydro to simulate overland-flow- and streamflow-generated debris flow susceptibility in burn scars. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 2022;22:2317–2345.PDF icon Li et al_2022_NatHazards_Augmentation of WRF Hydro to simulate debris flow susceptibility in burn scars.pdf (1.36 MB)
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)
Thomas AS, Escobedo FJ, Sloggy MR, Sánchez JJ. A burning issue: Reviewing the sociodemographic and environmental justice aspects of the wildfire literature. Plos One. 2022;17(7).PDF icon Thomas et al_2022_PlosOne_A burning issue_Reviewing sociodemographic and enviro justice aspects of the wildfire literature.pdf (1.2 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)
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)
Neger C, Rosas-Paz LDaniel. A Characterization of Fire-Management Research: A Bibliometric Review of Global Networks and Themes. Fire. 2022;5(89).PDF icon Neger and Rosas-Paz_2022_Characterization of Fire-Management Research_A bibliometric review of global networks and themes.pdf (6.02 MB)
Hamilton M, Salerno J, Fischer APaige. Cognition of feedback loops in a fire-prone social-ecological system. Global Environmental Change. 2022;74.PDF icon Hamilton et al 2022_Cognition of feedback loops in fire-prone social-ecol system.pdf (2.78 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)
Santo AR, Huber-Stearns H, Smith H. Communicating with the public about wildland fire preparation, response, and recovery: a review of recent literature. Applied Environmental Education & Communication . 2022;21(4).
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)
Suzuki S, Manzello SL. Comparing particulate morphology generated from human- made cellulosic fuels to natural vegetative fuels. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1071/WF22093.PDF icon Suzuki and Manzello_2022_IJWF_Comparing particulate morphology generated from human-made cellulosic fuels to natural vegetative fuels.pdf (2.79 MB)
Thompson MP, Vogler KC, Scott JH, Miller C. Comparing risk-based fuel treatment prioritization with alternative strategies for enhancing protection and resource management objectives. Fire Ecology. 2022;18(26).PDF icon s42408-022-00149-0.pdf (3.88 MB)
Long JW, Drury SA, Evans SG, Maxwell CJ, Scheller RM. Comparing smoke emissions and impacts under alternative forest management regimes. Ecology and Society. 2022;27(4).PDF icon Long et al_2022_Ecol Society_Comparing smoke emissions and impacts under alternative forest management regimes.pdf (12.35 MB)
Shaw DC, Beedlow PA, E. Lee H, et al. The complexity of biological disturbance agents, fuels heterogeneity, and fire in coniferous forests of the western United States. Forest Ecology and Management. 2022;525.PDF icon Shaw et al_2022_ForEcolMgmt_Complexity of BDAs fuels heterogenity and fire in conifer forests of West US.pdf (1.25 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)
Vanderhoof MK, Hawbaker TJ, Teske C, Noble J, Smith J. Contemporary (1984–2020) fire history metrics for the conterminous United States and ecoregional differences by land ownership. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(12): 1167–1183.PDF icon WF22044.pdf (8 MB)
Copes-Gerbitz K, Daniels LD, Hagerman SM. The contribution of Indigenous stewardship to an historical mixed-severity fire regime in British Columbia, Canada. Ecological Applications . 2022. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2736.PDF icon Copes-Gerbitz et al_2022_Ecol Application_Contributions of Indigenous Stewardship to an historical mixed-severity fire regime in BC Canada.pdf (2.47 MB)
Chavardès RD, Danneyrolles V, Portier J, et al. Converging and diverging burn rates in North American boreal forests from the Little Ice Age to the present. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2022;31(12):1184-1193.PDF icon Chavardes et al 2022_IJWF_Converging and diverging burn rates in N American boreal forests from little ice age to present.pdf (2.54 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.
Simon B, Crowley C, Franco F. The Costs and Costs Avoided From Wildfire Fire Management—A Conceptual Framework for a Value of Information Analysis. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 2022;10(804958). Available at: https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2022.804958.PDF icon Simon et al_2022_The_Costs_and_Costs_Avoided_From_Wildfire_Fire_Mgmt.pdf (2.23 MB)

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