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Holsinger L. Weather, fuels, and topography impede wildland fire spread in western US landscapes Parks SA, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2016;380.
Holmberg J, Bennett M. Pruning. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University; 2008:2. Available at:
Holden ZA. Decreasing fire season precipitation increased recent western US forest wildfire activity Swanson A, ed. PNAS. 2018;115(36).
Hoffman CM. Modeling spatial and temporal dynamics of wind flow and potential fire behavior following a mountain pine beetle outbreak in a lodgepole pine forest Linn R, ed. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 2015;204.
Hoffman CM, Morgan P, Mell W, et al. Surface Fire Intensity Influences Simulated Crown Fire Behavior in Lodgepole Pine Forests with Recent Mountain Pine Beetle-Caused Tree Mortality. Forest Science. 2012:12. Available at:;jsessionid=8rs2la9bk089.alice.
Hoffman CM. Evaluating crown fire rate of spread predictions from physics-based models Ziegler J, ed. Fire Technology. 2015. Available at:
Hoffman CH, al. et. Advancing the Science of Wildland Fire Dynamics Using Process-Based Models Sieg CH, ed. Fire. 2018;1(2).
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)
Hoe MS. Multitemporal LiDAR improves estimates of fire severity in forested landscapes Dunn CJ, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2018;Online early.
Hill KC. Prescribed Fire in Grassland Butterfly Habitat: Targeting Weather and Fuel Conditions to Reduce Soil Temperatures and Burn Severity Bakker JD, ed. Fire Ecology. 2017;13(3).
Higuera PE. Integrating Subjective and Objective Dimensions of Resilience in Fire-Prone Landscapes Metcalf AL, ed. BioScience. 2019;69(5).
Higgins AM. The effects of burn entry and burn severity on ponderosa pine and mixed conifer forests in Grand Canyon National Park Waring KM, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2015;24(4).
Hiers JK, al. et. Prescribed fire science: the case for a refined research agenda O'Brien JJ, ed. Fire Ecology. 2020;16(11). Available at:
Hibbs D, Jacobs R. Vegetation recovery after fire in the Klamath-Siskiyou region, southern Oregon. U.S. Geological Survey; 2011.PDF icon fs20113140.pdf (3.08 MB)
Heyerdahl EK, Loehman RA, Falk DA. Mixed-severity fire in lodgepole-dominated forests: Are historical regimes sustainable on Oregon's Pumice Plateau, USA?. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 2014;On-line early. Available at: icon cjfr-2013-0413.pdf (2.25 MB)
Heyerdahl EK. A multi-century history of fire regimes along a transect of mixed-conifer forests in central Oregon, U.S.A Loehman RA, ed. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 2019;49. Available at:
Heward H, Smith AMS, Roy DP, et al. Is burn severity related to fire intensity? Observations from landscape scale remote sensing. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013.
Hessburg PF. Climate, Environment, and Disturbance History Govern Resilience of Western North American Forests Miller CL, ed. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 2019.
Hessburg PF, Prichard SJ, R. Hagmann K, Povak NA, Lake FK. Wildfire and climate change adaptation of western North American forests: a case for intentional management. Ecological Applications. 2021.
Hessburg PF. Restoring fire-prone Inland Pacific landscapes: seven core principles Churchill DJ, ed. Landscape Ecology. 2015;Online .
Hessburg PF. Tamm Review: Management of mixed-severity fire regime forests in Oregon, Washington, and Northern California Spies TA, ed. Forest Ecology and Management. 2016;In Press.
Hessburg PF, Prichard SJ, R. Hagmann K, Povak NA, Lake FK. Wildfire and climate change adaptation of western North American forests: a case for intentional management. Ecological Applications. 2021;31(8).PDF icon Hessburg et al 2021_Wildfire and Climate change adaptation western forests.pdf (2.84 MB)
Hessburg PF, Charnley S, Wendel KL, et al. The 1994 Eastside screens large-tree harvest limit: review of science relevant to forest planning 25 years later. 2020. Available at: icon pnw_gtr990.pdf (8.96 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)
Herron CM, Jonas JL, Meiman PJ, Paschke MW. Using native annual plants to restore post-fire habitats in western North America. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013;On-line early.