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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)
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)
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)
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)
Beeton TA, Cheng AS, Colavito MM. Cultivating Collaborative Resilience to Social and Ecological Change: An Assessment of Adaptive Capacity, Actions, and Barriers Among Collaborative Forest Restoration Groups in the United States. Journal of Forestry. 2022.PDF icon Beeton et al_2022_Collaborative Resilience CFLR Groups.pdf (9.88 MB)
Palsa E, Bauer M, Evers C, Hamilton M, Nielsen-Pincus M. Engagement in local and collaborative wildfire risk mitigation planning across the western U.S.—Evaluating participation and diversity in Community Wildfire Protection Plans. Plos One. 2022;17(2).PDF icon Palsa et al 2022_Engagement_in_local_collaborative_wf_risk.pdf (1.3 MB)
Stasiewicz AM, Paveglio TB. Exploring relationships between perceived suppression capabilities and resident performance of wildfire mitigations. Journal of Environmental Management. 2022;316.PDF icon Stasiewicz_Paveglio 2022_Exploring relationships between perceived suppression capabilities and resident performance of wildfire mitigations.pdf (2.32 MB)
Edgeley CM. Exploring the social legacy of frequent wildfires: Organizational responses for community recovery following the 2018 Camp Fire. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 2022;70(102772).PDF icon Edgeley_2022_Camp Fire recovery[77].pdf (407.3 KB)
Coop JD, Parks SA, Stevens-Rumann CS, Ritter SM, Hoffman CM. Extreme fire spread events and area burned under recent and future climate in the western USA. Global Ecology and Biogeography . 2022;00:1-11.PDF icon Global Ecology and Biogeography - 2022 - Coop - Extreme fire spread events and area burned under recent and future climate.pdf (1.25 MB)
Evers C, Holz A, Busby S, Nielsen-Pincus M. Extreme Winds Alter Influence of Fuels and Topography on Megafire Burn Severity in Seasonal Temperate Rainforests under Record Fuel Aridity. Fire. 2022;5(41).PDF icon Evers et al_2022_Extreme Winds Alter Influence of fuels and topography on megafire burn severity.pdf (1.41 MB)
Mockrin MH, Helmers D, Martinuzzi S, Hawbaker TJ, Radeloff VC. Growth of the wildland-urban interface within and around U.S. National Forests and Grasslands, 1990–2010. Landscape and Urban Planning. 2022;218.PDF icon Mockrin et al_2021_Growth of WUI around national forests and grasslands.pdf (2.44 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)
Essen M, McCaffrey S, Abrams J, Paveglio T. Improving wildfire management outcomes: shifting the paradigm of wildfire from simple to complex risk. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 2022;Online.PDF icon Essen et al 2022_Improving WF Mgmt outcomes.pdf (663.56 KB)
Kalashnikov DA, Schnell JL, Abatzoglou JT, Swain DL, Singh D. Increasing co-occurrence of fine particulate matter and ground-level ozone extremes in the western United States. Science Advances. 2022;8.PDF icon Kalashnikov et al_2022_Fine Particulate Matter.pdf (3.24 MB)
Wollstein K, O’Connor C, Gear J, Hoagland R. Minimize the bad days: Wildland fire response and suppression success. Rangelands. 2022;8(47).PDF icon Wollstein et al_2022_Minimize the bad days_Wildland fire response and suppression success.pdf (1.21 MB)
Consortium NWFire Scien. NWFSC Research Brief #24 - Wildfire Risk in Western Oregon and Washington. 2022.PDF icon RB_24_WestsideFire.pdf (1.5 MB)
Station PNorthwest. Passive or Active Management? Understanding Consequences and Changes After Large Stand-Replacing Wildfires. Science Findings. 2022;(247):1-6. Available at: https://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/sciencef/scifi247.pdf.PDF icon PNW Research Science Findings_2022_Passive or Active Management.pdf (1.18 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)
Churchill DJ, Jeronimo SMA, Hessburg PF, et al. Post-fire landscape evaluations in Eastern Washington, USA: Assessing the work of contemporary wildfires. Forest Ecology and Management. 2022;504(2022).PDF icon Churchill et al 2022 (assessing the work of contemporary wildfires).pdf (12.39 MB)
Bowring SPK, Jones MW, Ciais P, Guenet B. Pyrogenic carbon decomposition critical to resolving fire’s role in the Earth system. Nature Geoscience. 2022;15:135–142.PDF icon Bowring et al_2022_Pyrogenic Carbon in the Earth System.pdf (2.11 MB)
Schmidt A, Punches J, Leavell D, et al. A quantitative wildfire risk assessment using a modular approach of geostatistical clustering and regionally distinct valuations of assets—A case study in Oregon. Plos One. 2022;17(3).PDF icon Schmidt et al_2022_Quantitative Wildfire Risk Assessment Using a Modular Approach of Geostat Clustering_Case Study in OR.pdf (8.18 MB)
Miller BAlan, Yung L, Wyborn C, et al. Re-Envisioning Wildland Fire Governance: Addressing the Transboundary, Uncertain, and Contested Aspects of Wildfire. Fire. 2022;5(49).PDF icon Miller et al 2022_Re-Envisioning_Wildland_Fire_Governance_Addressing.pdf (1.96 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)
Hersey C, Barros A. The Role of Shaded Fuel Breaks in Support of Washington's 20-year Forest Health Strategic Plan: Eastern Washington. Washington State Department of Natural Resources Forest Resilience Division. 2022.PDF icon Fuel_Break_Memo_Hersey_etal_2022_final.pdf (2.8 MB)
Grimm KE, Thode AE, Wolfson BSatink, Brown LE. Scientist Engagement with Boundary Organizations and Knowledge Coproduction: A Case Study of the Southwest Fire Science Consortium. Fire. 2022;%(43).PDF icon Grimm et al_2022_Scientist Engagement with Boundary Orgs and Knowledge Coproduction-Case Study of SW Fire Science Consortium.pdf (775.58 KB)

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