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Hagmann RK, Hessburg PF, Prichard SJ, et al. Evidence for widespread changes in the structure, composition, and fire regimes of western North American forests. Ecological Applications. 2021.PDF icon eap.2431.pdf (9.22 MB)
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, ed. Landscape Ecology. 2019.
Hakes RSP. A Review of Pathways for Building Fire Spread in the Wildland Urban Interface Part II: Response of Components and Systems and Mitigation Strategies in the United States Caton SE, ed. Fire Technology. 2017;53(2).
Hall JA. Living with Wildland Fire in America: Building New Bridges between Policy, Science, and Management Steblein PF, ed. Wildfire. 2018;(27.3). Available at: http://wildfiremagazine.org/article/living-with-wildland-fire-in-america-building-bridges-science/.
Hallema DW. Regional patterns of postwildfire streamflow response in the Western United States: The importance of scale-specific connectivity Sun G, ed. Hydrological Processes. 2017;31(14).
Hallema DW. Assessment of wildland fire impacts on watershed annual water yield: Analytical framework and case studies in the United States Sun G, ed. Ecohydrology. 2016. Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/eco.1794/epdf.
Halofsky JE. Developing and Implementing Climate Change Adaptation Options in Forest Ecosystems: A Case Study in Southwestern Oregon, USA Peterson DL, ed. Forests. 2016;7(11).
Halofsky JS. The nature of the beast: examining climate adaptation options in forests with stand‐replacing fire regimes Donato DC, ed. Ecosphere. 2018;9(3).
Halofsky JS. Dry forest resilience varies under simulated climate-management scenarios in a central Oregon, USA landscape Halofsky JE, ed. Ecological Applications. 2014;24(8). Available at: http://www.esajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1890/13-1653.1.
Halofsky JE. Changing wildfire, changing forests: the effects of climate change on fire regimes and vegetation in the Pacific Northwest, USA Peterson DL, ed. Fire Ecology. 2020;16(4). Available at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s42408-019-0062-8.
Halofsky JE, Hemstrom MA, Conklin DR, et al. Assessing potential climate change effects on vegetation using a linked model approach. Ecological Modelling. 2013;266:12.
Halofsky JE. Assessing vulnerabilities and adapting to climate change in northwestern U.S. forests Peterson DL, ed. Climate Change. 2017.
Halofsky JE. Integrating Social, Economic, and Ecological Values Across Large Landscapes. (Creutzburg MK, ed.).; 2014. Available at: http://www.treesearch.fs.fed.us/pubs/47219.PDF icon pnw_gtr896.pdf (8 MB)
Halofsky JE. Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in south-central Oregon. (Peterson DL, ed.).; 2019:473. Available at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/treesearch/pubs/58688.
Halpern CB. Past tree influence and prescribed fire mediate biotic interactions and community reassembly in a grassland-restoration experiment Antos JA, ed. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2016;53(1). Available at: https://www.treesearch.fs.fed.us/pubs/52564.
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)
Halpern CB. Vegetation Recovery in Slash-Pile Scars Following Conifer Removal in a Grassland-Restoration Experiment Antos JA, ed. Restoration Ecology. 2014;22(6).PDF icon Halpern et al. 2014_Rest Ecol.pdf (2.07 MB)
Hamilton M. Using mental models to understand trade-offs in wildfire risk mitigation.; 2019:3.PDF icon Research brief - Using mental models to understand trade-offs in wildfire risk mitigation (002).pdf (191.4 KB)
Hamilton LC. Wildfire, climate, and perceptions in Northeast Oregon Hartter J, ed. Regional Environmental Change. 2016;16(6).
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)
Hamilton BAllen. 2014 Quadrennial Fire Review Final Report.; 2015:1-96. Available at: http://www.forestsandrangelands.gov/QFR/documents/2014QFRFinalReport.pdf.
Hand M. The influence of incident management teams on the deployment of wildfire suppression resources Katuwal H, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2017;26(7).
Hansen WD. It takes a few to tango: changing climate and fire regimes can cause regeneration failure of two subalpine conifers Braziunas KH, ed. Ecology. 2018;99(4). Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29464688.
Hanson CT. Postfire woodpecker foraging in salvage-logged and unlogged forests of the Sierra Nevada North MP, ed. The Condor. 2008;110(4).
Harley GL. Advancing Dendrochronological Studies of Fire in the United States Baisan CH, ed. Fire. 2018;1(1).

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