Publications

Last updated: April 15, 2024

Title Authors Year Citation
Increasing large wildfires over the western United States linked to diminishing sea ice in the Arctic Y. Zou, P. J. Rasch, H. Wang, Z. Xie, R. Zhang 2021 Zou, Y., Rasch, P.J., Wang, H., Xie, Z., and Zhang, R., 2021, Increasing large wildfires over the western United States linked to diminishing sea ice in the Arctic: Nature Communications, v. 12, no. 1, article 6048, at https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-26232-9.
Quantifying contributions of natural variability and anthropogenic forcings on increased fire weather risk over the western United States Y. Zhuang, R. Fu, B. D. Santer, R. E. Dickinson, A. Hall 2021 Zhuang, Y., Fu, R., Santer, B.D., Dickinson, R.E., and Hall, A., 2021, Quantifying contributions of natural variability and anthropogenic forcings on increased fire weather risk over the western United States: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, v. 118, no. 45, article e2111875118, at https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2111875118.
Remote sensing of land change—A multifaceted perspective Z. Zhu, S. Qiu, S. Ye 2022 Zhu, Z., Qiu, S., and Ye, S., 2022, Remote sensing of land change—A multifaceted perspective: Remote Sensing of Environment, v. 282, article 113266, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2022.113266.
Baseline and projected future carbon storage and greenhouse-gas fluxes in the Great Plains region of the United States Zhu, Z., ed.,, Bouchard, M., Butman, D., Hawbaker, T., Li, Z., Liu, J., Liu, S., McDonald, C., Reker, R., Sayler, K., Sleeter, B., Sohl, T., Stackpoole, S., Wein, A., Zhu, Z. 2011 Zhu, Z., ed.,, Bouchard, M., Butman, D., Hawbaker, T., Li, Z., Liu, J., Liu, S., McDonald, C., Reker, R., et al., 2011, Baseline and projected future carbon storage and greenhouse-gas fluxes in the Great Plains region of the United States: Reston, Va., U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1787, 40 p., at https://doi.org/10.3133/pp1787.
Beyond biomass to carbon fluxes—Application and evaluation of a comprehensive Forest Carbon Monitoring System Y. Zhou, C. A. Williams, N. Hasler, H. Gu, R. E. Kennedy 2021 Zhou, Y., Williams, C.A., Hasler, N., Gu, H., and Kennedy, R.E., 2021, Beyond biomass to carbon fluxes—Application and evaluation of a comprehensive Forest Carbon Monitoring System: Environmental Research Letters, v. 16, no. 5, article 055026, at https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/abf06d.
Forecasting timber, biomass, and tree carbon pools with the output of state and transition models Zhou, X., Hemstrom, M.A. 2012 Zhou, X., and Hemstrom, M.A., 2012, Forecasting timber, biomass, and tree carbon pools with the output of state and transition models, in First Landscape State-and-Transition Simulation Modeling Conference, Portland, Oreg., 14–16 June 2011, Proceedings, General Technical Report PNW-GTR-869: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, p. 115–121, at https://www.treesearch.fs.fed.us/pubs/42567.
Monitoring landscape dynamics in central U.S. grasslands with harmonized Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2 time series data Q. Zhou, J. Rover, J. Brown, B. Worstell, D. Howard, Z. Wu, A. L. Gallant, B. Rundquist, M. Burke 2019 Zhou, Q., Rover, J., Brown, J., Worstell, B., Howard, D., Wu, Z., Gallant, A.L., Rundquist, B., and Burke, M., 2019, Monitoring landscape dynamics in central U.S. grasslands with harmonized Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2 time series data: Remote Sensing, v. 11, no. 3, article 328, at https://doi.org/10.3390/rs11030328.
Methods of rapid quality assessment for national-scale land surface change monitoring Q. Zhou, C. Barber, G. Xian 2020 Zhou, Q., Barber, C., and Xian, G., 2020, Methods of rapid quality assessment for national-scale land surface change monitoring: Remote Sensing, v. 12, no. 16, article 2524, at https://doi.org/10.3390/rs12162524.
Synoptic weather patterns for large wildfires in the northwestern United States—A climatological analysis using three classification methods S. Zhong, L. Yu, W. E. Heilman, X. Bian, H. Fromm 2020 Zhong, S., Yu, L., Heilman, W.E., Bian, X., and Fromm, H., 2020, Synoptic weather patterns for large wildfires in the northwestern United States—A climatological analysis using three classification methods: Theoretical and Applied Climatology, v. 141, no. 3-4, p. 1057–1073, at https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-020-03235-y.
A new burn severity index based on land surface temperature and enhanced vegetation index Z. Zheng, Y. Zeng, S. Li, W. Huang 2016 Zheng, Z., Zeng, Y., Li, S., and Huang, W., 2016, A new burn severity index based on land surface temperature and enhanced vegetation index: International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, v. 45, p. 84–94, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jag.2015.11.002.
Forest fire spread simulating model using cellular automaton with extreme learning machine Z. Zheng, W. Huang, S. Li, Y. Zeng 2017 Zheng, Z., Huang, W., Li, S., and Zeng, Y., 2017, Forest fire spread simulating model using cellular automaton with extreme learning machine: Ecological Modelling, v. 348, p. 33–43, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2016.12.022.
Forest carbon dynamics associated with growth and disturbances in Oklahoma and Texas, 1992–2006 D. Zheng, L. S. Heath, M. J. Ducey, J. E. Smith 2013 Zheng, D., Heath, L.S., Ducey, M.J., and Smith, J.E., 2013, Forest carbon dynamics associated with growth and disturbances in Oklahoma and Texas, 1992–2006: Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, v. 37, no. 4, p. 216–225, at https://doi.org/10.5849/sjaf.12-028.
Carbon changes in conterminous US forests associated with growth and major disturbances—1992–2001 D. Zheng, L. S. Heath, M. J. Ducey, J. E. Smith 2011 Zheng, D., Heath, L.S., Ducey, M.J., and Smith, J.E., 2011, Carbon changes in conterminous US forests associated with growth and major disturbances—1992–2001: Environmental Research Letters, v. 6, no. 1, article 014012, at https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/6/1/014012.
Assessing double counting of carbon emissions between forest land-cover change and forest wildfires—A case study in the United States, 1992–2006 D. Zheng, L. S. Heath, M. J. Ducey, B. Quayle 2013 Zheng, D., Heath, L.S., Ducey, M.J., and Quayle, B., 2013, Assessing double counting of carbon emissions between forest land-cover change and forest wildfires—A case study in the United States, 1992–2006: Ecosystems, v. 16, no. 2, p. 310–322, at https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-012-9616-1.
Monthly mapping of forest harvesting using dense time series Sentinel-1 SAR imagery and deep learning F. Zhao, R. Sun, L. Zhong, R. Meng, C. Huang, X. Zeng, M. Wang, Y. Li, Z. Wang 2022 Zhao, F., Sun, R., Zhong, L., Meng, R., Huang, C., Zeng, X., Wang, M., Li, Y., and Wang, Z., 2022, Monthly mapping of forest harvesting using dense time series Sentinel-1 SAR imagery and deep learning: Remote Sensing of Environment, v. 269, article 112822, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2021.112822.
Comparing historical and current wildfire regimes in the Northern Rocky Mountains using a landscape succession model F. Zhao, R. Keane, Z. Zhu, C. Huang 2015 Zhao, F., Keane, R., Zhu, Z., and Huang, C., 2015, Comparing historical and current wildfire regimes in the Northern Rocky Mountains using a landscape succession model: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 343, p. 9–21, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2015.01.020.
Use of vegetation change tracker and support vector machine to map disturbance types in Greater Yellowstone ecosystems in a 1984–2010 Landsat time series F. Zhao, C. Q. Huang, Z. L. Zhu 2015 Zhao, F., Huang, C.Q., and Zhu, Z.L., 2015, Use of vegetation change tracker and support vector machine to map disturbance types in Greater Yellowstone ecosystems in a 1984–2010 Landsat time series: IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, v. 12, no. 8, p. 1650–1654, at https://doi.org/10.1109/lgrs.2015.2418159.
Biophysical feedback of forest canopy height on land surface temperature over contiguous United States Z. Zhang, X. Li, H. Liu 2021 Zhang, Z., Li, X., and Liu, H., 2021, Biophysical feedback of forest canopy height on land surface temperature over contiguous United States: Environmental Research Letters, v. 17, no. 3, article 034002, at https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/ac4657.
Land cover change-induced decline in terrestrial gross primary production over the conterminous United States from 2001 to 2016 Y. Zhang, C. Song, T. Hwang, K. Novick, J. W. Coulston, J. Vose, M. P. Dannenberg, C. R. Hakkenberg, J. Mao, C. E. Woodcock 2021 Zhang, Y., Song, C., Hwang, T., Novick, K., Coulston, J.W., Vose, J., Dannenberg, M.P., Hakkenberg, C.R., Mao, J., and Woodcock, C.E., 2021, Land cover change-induced decline in terrestrial gross primary production over the conterminous United States from 2001 to 2016: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, v. 308-309, article 108609, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2021.108609.
Interannual variation in biomass burning and fire seasonality derived from geostationary satellite data across the contiguous United States from 1995 to 2011 X. Zhang, S. Kondragunta, D. P. Roy 2014 Zhang, X., Kondragunta, S., and Roy, D.P., 2014, Interannual variation in biomass burning and fire seasonality derived from geostationary satellite data across the contiguous United States from 1995 to 2011: Journal of Geophysical Research—Biogeosciences, v. 119, no. 6, article 2013JG002518, at https://doi.org/10.1002/2013JG002518.
Estimation of biomass burned areas using multiple-satellite-observed active fires X. Zhang, S. Kondragunta, B. Quayle 2011 Zhang, X., Kondragunta, S., and Quayle, B., 2011, Estimation of biomass burned areas using multiple-satellite-observed active fires: IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, v. 49, no. 11, pt. 2, p. 4469–4482, at https://doi.org/10.1109/TGRS.2011.2149535.
Large wildfires in the western United States exacerbated by tropospheric drying linked to a multi-decadal trend in the expansion of the Hadley Circulation L. Zhang, W. Lau, W. Tao, Z. Li 2020 Zhang, L., Lau, W., Tao, W., and Li, Z., 2020, Large wildfires in the western United States exacerbated by tropospheric drying linked to a multi-decadal trend in the expansion of the Hadley Circulation: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 47, no. 16, article e2020GL087911, at https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL087911.
Attributing carbon changes in conterminous U.S. forests to disturbance and non-disturbance factors from 1901 to 2010 F. Zhang, J. M. Chen, Y. Pan, R. A. Birdsey, S. Shen, W. Ju, L. He 2012 Zhang, F., Chen, J.M., Pan, Y., Birdsey, R.A., Shen, S., Ju, W., and He, L., 2012, Attributing carbon changes in conterminous U.S. forests to disturbance and non-disturbance factors from 1901 to 2010: Journal of Geophysical Research—Biogeosciences, v. 117, no. 2, article G02021, at https://doi.org/10.1029/2011JG001930.
Impacts of inadequate historical disturbance data in the early twentieth century on modeling recent carbon dynamics (1951–2010) in conterminous U.S. forests F. Zhang, J. M. Chen, Y. Pan, R. A. Birdsey, S. Shen, W. Ju, A. J. Dugan 2015 Zhang, F., Chen, J.M., Pan, Y., Birdsey, R.A., Shen, S., Ju, W., and Dugan, A.J., 2015, Impacts of inadequate historical disturbance data in the early twentieth century on modeling recent carbon dynamics (1951–2010) in conterminous U.S. forests: Journal of Geophysical Research—Biogeosciences, v. 120, no. 3, article 2014JG002798, at https://doi.org/10.1002/2014JG002798.
Duff burning from wildfires in a moist region—Different impacts on PM2.5 and ozone A. Zhang, Y. Liu, S. Goodrick, M. D. Williams 2022 Zhang, A., Liu, Y., Goodrick, S., and Williams, M.D., 2022, Duff burning from wildfires in a moist region—Different impacts on PM2.5 and ozone: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 22, no. 1, p. 597–624, at https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-22-597-2022.
Wildfire susceptibility of land use and topographic features in the western United States—Implications for the landscape management J. Zhai, Z. Ning, R. Dahal, S. Yang 2023 Zhai, J., Ning, Z., Dahal, R., and Yang, S., 2023, Wildfire susceptibility of land use and topographic features in the western United States—Implications for the landscape management: Forests, v. 14, no. 4, article 807, at https://doi.org/10.3390/f14040807.
A system for burned area detection on multispectral imagery M. Zanetti, S. Saha, D. Marinelli, M. L. Magliozzi, M. Zavagli, M. Costantini, F. Bovolo, L. Bruzzone 2022 Zanetti, M., Saha, S., Marinelli, D., Magliozzi, M.L., Zavagli, M., Costantini, M., Bovolo, F., and Bruzzone, L., 2022, A system for burned area detection on multispectral imagery: IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, v. 60, article 5404315, at https://doi.org/10.1109/tgrs.2021.3110280.
A novel digital twin architecture with similarity-based hybrid modeling for supporting dependable disaster management systems S. J. Yun, J. W. Kwon, W. T. Kim 2022 Yun, S.J., Kwon, J.W., and Kim, W.T., 2022, A novel digital twin architecture with similarity-based hybrid modeling for supporting dependable disaster management systems: Sensors, v. 22, no. 13, article 4774, at https://doi.org/10.3390/s22134774.
Process?based quantification of the role of wildfire in shaping flood frequency G. Yu, T. Liu, L. A. McGuire, D. B. Wright, B. J. Hatchett, J. J. Miller, M. Berli, J. Giovando, M. Bartles, I. E. Floyd 2023 Yu, G., Liu, T., McGuire, L.A., Wright, D.B., Hatchett, B.J., Miller, J.J., Berli, M., Giovando, J., Bartles, M., and Floyd, I.E., 2023, Process?based quantification of the role of wildfire in shaping flood frequency: Water Resources Research, v. 59, no. 12, article e2023WR035013, at https://doi.org/10.1029/2023wr035013.
Performance of fire danger indices and their utility in predicting future wildfire danger over the conterminous United States G. Yu, Y. Feng, J. Wang, D. B. Wright 2023 Yu, G., Feng, Y., Wang, J., and Wright, D.B., 2023, Performance of fire danger indices and their utility in predicting future wildfire danger over the conterminous United States: Earth's Future, v. 11, no. 11, article e2023EF003823, at https://doi.org/10.1029/2023ef003823.
Modeling the impact of climate change and wildfire on the Dusky Grouse (Dendragapus obscurus) in the American Southwest—Implications for conservation J. Youtz, R. Goljani Amirkhiz, J. K. Frey 2022 Youtz, J., Goljani Amirkhiz, R., and Frey, J.K., 2022, Modeling the impact of climate change and wildfire on the Dusky Grouse (Dendragapus obscurus) in the American Southwest—Implications for conservation: Avian Conservation and Ecology, v. 17, no. 1, article 35, at https://doi.org/10.5751/ace-02222-170135.
Using wildfire as a management strategy to restore resiliency to ponderosa pine forests in the southwestern United States J. D. Young, A. A. Ager, A. E. Thode 2022 Young, J.D., Ager, A.A., and Thode, A.E., 2022, Using wildfire as a management strategy to restore resiliency to ponderosa pine forests in the southwestern United States: Ecosphere, v. 13, no. 5, article e4040, at https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.4040.
Resource objective wildfire leveraged to restore old growth forest structure while stabilizing carbon stocks in the southwestern United States J. D. Young, A. A. Ager 2024 Young, J.D., and Ager, A.A., 2024, Resource objective wildfire leveraged to restore old growth forest structure while stabilizing carbon stocks in the southwestern United States: Ecological Modelling, v. 488, article 110573, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2023.110573.
Tundra fire increases the likelihood of methane hotspot formation in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska, USA E. Yoseph, E. Hoy, C. Elder, S. M. Ludwig, D. Thompson, C. E. Miller 2023 Yoseph, E., Hoy, E., Elder, C., Ludwig, S.M., Thompson, D., and Miller, C.E., 2023, Tundra fire increases the likelihood of methane hotspot formation in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska, USA: Environmental Research Letters, v. 18, no. 10, article 104042, at https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/acf50b.
Fire severity in reburns depends on vegetation type in Arizona and New Mexico, U.S.A. L. L. Yocom, J. Jenness, P. Z. Fulé, A. E. Thode 2022 Yocom, L.L., Jenness, J., Fulé, P.Z., and Thode, A.E., 2022, Fire severity in reburns depends on vegetation type in Arizona and New Mexico, U.S.A.: Forests, v. 13, no. 11, article 1957, at https://doi.org/10.3390/f13111957.
Previous fires and roads limit wildfire growth in Arizona and New Mexico, U.S.A. L. L. Yocom, J. Jenness, P. Z. Fulé, A. E. Thode 2019 Yocom, L.L., Jenness, J., Fulé, P.Z., and Thode, A.E., 2019, Previous fires and roads limit wildfire growth in Arizona and New Mexico, U.S.A.: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 449, article 117440, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2019.06.037.
Wildfire risk and urban expansion in South Kohala and North Kona, Hawaiʻi—Assessing new and existing areas of wildfire risk in relation to Hawaiʻi’s fire history, land cover, and tree canopy, through the lens of urban expansion Yee, C. 2024 Yee, C., 2024, Wildfire risk and urban expansion in South Kohala and North Kona, Hawaiʻi—Assessing new and existing areas of wildfire risk in relation to Hawaiʻi’s fire history, land cover, and tree canopy, through the lens of urban expansion: Kaulunani, Hawaiʻi, Kaulunani Urban and Community Forestry Program of the DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife, and State and Private Forestry, branch of the U.S. Forest Service, Region 5 Technical Report, 17 p., at https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/forestry/files/2024/03/Yee_TechnicalReport.pdf.
A new generation of the United States National Land Cover Database—Requirements, research priorities, design, and implementation strategies L. Yang, S. Jin, P. Danielson, C. Homer, L. Gass, S. M. Bender, A. Case, C. Costello, J. Dewitz, J. Fry, M. Funk, B. Granneman, G. C. Liknes, M. Rigge, G. Xian 2018 Yang, L., Jin, S., Danielson, P., Homer, C., Gass, L., Bender, S.M., Case, A., Costello, C., Dewitz, J., et al., 2018, A new generation of the United States National Land Cover Database—Requirements, research priorities, design, and implementation strategies: ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, v. 146, p. 108–123, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.isprsjprs.2018.09.006.
Fire modulates climate change response of simulated aspen distribution across topoclimatic gradients in a semi-arid montane landscape J. Yang, P. Weisberg, D. Shinneman, T. Dilts, S. Earnst, R. Scheller 2015 Yang, J., Weisberg, P., Shinneman, D., Dilts, T., Earnst, S., and Scheller, R., 2015, Fire modulates climate change response of simulated aspen distribution across topoclimatic gradients in a semi-arid montane landscape: Landscape Ecology, v. 30, no. 6, p. 1055–1073, at https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-015-0160-1.
A growing importance of large fires in conterminous United States during 1984–2012 J. Yang, H. Tian, B. Tao, W. Ren, S. Pan, Y. Liu, Y. Wang 2015 Yang, J., Tian, H., Tao, B., Ren, W., Pan, S., Liu, Y., and Wang, Y., 2015, A growing importance of large fires in conterminous United States during 1984–2012: Journal of Geophysical Research—Biogeosciences, v. 120, no. 12, p. 2625–2640, at https://doi.org/10.1002/2015JG002965.
Continental-scale quantification of post-fire vegetation greenness recovery in temperate and boreal North America J. Yang, S. Pan, S. Dangal, B. Zhang, S. Wang, H. Tian 2017 Yang, J., Pan, S., Dangal, S., Zhang, B., Wang, S., and Tian, H., 2017, Continental-scale quantification of post-fire vegetation greenness recovery in temperate and boreal North America: Remote Sensing of Environment, v. 199, p. 277–290, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2017.07.022.
Wildfire burn severity and emissions inventory—An example implementation over California Q. Xu, A. L. Westerling, A. Notohamiprodjo, C. Wiedinmyer, J. J. Picotte, S. A. Parks, M. D. Hurteau, M. E. Marlier, C. A. Kolden, J. A. Sam, W. J. Baldwin, C. Ade 2022 Xu, Q., Westerling, A.L., Notohamiprodjo, A., Wiedinmyer, C., Picotte, J.J., Parks, S.A., Hurteau, M.D., Marlier, M.E., Kolden, C.A., et al., 2022, Wildfire burn severity and emissions inventory—An example implementation over California: Environmental Research Letters, v. 17, no. 8, article 085008, at https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/ac80d0.
Spatial and temporal patterns of wildfire burn severity and biomass burning-induced emissions in California Q. Xu, A. L. Westerling, W. J. Baldwin 2022 Xu, Q., Westerling, A.L., and Baldwin, W.J., 2022, Spatial and temporal patterns of wildfire burn severity and biomass burning-induced emissions in California: Environmental Research Letters, v. 17, article 115001, at https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/ac9704.
Remote sensing of the terrestrial carbon cycle—A review of advances over 50 years J. Xiao, F. Chevallier, C. Gomez, L. Guanter, J. A. Hicke, A. R. Huete, K. Ichii, W. Ni, Y. Pang, A. F. Rahman, G. Sun, W. Yuan, L. Zhang, X. Zhang 2019 Xiao, J., Chevallier, F., Gomez, C., Guanter, L., Hicke, J.A., Huete, A.R., Ichii, K., Ni, W., Pang, Y., et al., 2019, Remote sensing of the terrestrial carbon cycle—A review of advances over 50 years: Remote Sensing of Environment, v. 233, article 111383, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2019.111383.
Effects of land cover and regional climate variations on long-term spatiotemporal changes in sagebrush ecosystems G. Xian, C. Homer, C. Aldridge 2012 Xian, G., Homer, C., and Aldridge, C., 2012, Effects of land cover and regional climate variations on long-term spatiotemporal changes in sagebrush ecosystems: GIScience & Remote Sensing, v. 49, no. 3, p. 378–396, at https://doi.org/10.2747/1548-1603.49.3.378.
Ecosystem performance monitoring of rangelands by integrating modeling and remote sensing B. K. Wylie, S. P. Boyte, D. J. Major 2012 Wylie, B.K., Boyte, S.P., and Major, D.J., 2012, Ecosystem performance monitoring of rangelands by integrating modeling and remote sensing: Rangeland Ecology & Management, v. 65, no. 3, p. 241–252, at https://doi.org/10.2111/Rem-D-11-00058.1.
Low-intensity fires mitigate the risk of high-intensity wildfires in California’s forests X. Wu, E. Sverdrup, M. D. Mastrandrea, M. W. Wara, W. Wager 2023 Wu, X., Sverdrup, E., Mastrandrea, M.D., Wara, M.W., and Wager, W., 2023, Low-intensity fires mitigate the risk of high-intensity wildfires in California’s forests: Science Advances, v. 9, no. 45, article eadi4123 at https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.adi4123.
Spatially explicit models of seed availability improve predictions of conifer regeneration following the 2018 Carr Fire in northern California M. Wright, P. van Mantgem, K. Buffington, K. Thorne, E. Engber, S. Smith 2023 Wright, M., van Mantgem, P., Buffington, K., Thorne, K., Engber, E., and Smith, S., 2023, Spatially explicit models of seed availability improve predictions of conifer regeneration following the 2018 Carr Fire in northern California: Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, v. 11, article 1229123, at https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2023.1229123.
Extent of recent fire-induced losses of ponderosa pine forests of Arizona and New Mexico, USA A. M. Woolman, J. D. Coop, J. D. Shaw, J. DeMarco 2022 Woolman, A.M., Coop, J.D., Shaw, J.D., and DeMarco, J., 2022, Extent of recent fire-induced losses of ponderosa pine forests of Arizona and New Mexico, USA: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 520, article 120381, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2022.120381.
A bird's eye view of ecosystem conversion—Examining the resilience of piñon-juniper woodlands and their avian communities in the face of fire regime change J. Woolet, C. S. Stevens-Rumann, J. D. Coop, L. Pejchar 2023 Woolet, J., Stevens-Rumann, C.S., Coop, J.D., and Pejchar, L., 2023, A bird's eye view of ecosystem conversion—Examining the resilience of piñon-juniper woodlands and their avian communities in the face of fire regime change: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 546, article 121368, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2023.121368.
Abducted by avians—The presence of avifauna in piñon-juniper woodlands in the post-fire environment, Final Report Woolet, J., Stevens-Rumann, C. 2022 Woolet, J., and Stevens-Rumann, C., 2022, Abducted by avians—The presence of avifauna in piñon-juniper woodlands in the post-fire environment, Final Report: Joint Fire Science Program JFSP PROJECT ID—21-1-01-36, 40 p., at https://www.firescience.gov/JFSP_advanced_search_results_detail.cfm?jdbid=%24%27%3A%27%3AV%20%20%20%0A.
Early postfire response of a northern range margin coast redwood forest community B. D. Woodward, W. H. Romme, P. H. Evangelista 2020 Woodward, B.D., Romme, W.H., and Evangelista, P.H., 2020, Early postfire response of a northern range margin coast redwood forest community: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 462, article 117966, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.117966.
Fire and development influences on sagebrush community plant groups across a climate gradient in northern Nevada D. J. A. Wood, T. Seipel, K. M. Irvine, L. J. Rew, P. C. Stoy 2019 Wood, D.J.A., Seipel, T., Irvine, K.M., Rew, L.J., and Stoy, P.C., 2019, Fire and development influences on sagebrush community plant groups across a climate gradient in northern Nevada: Ecosphere, v. 10, no. 12, article e02990, at https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.2990.
Sensitivity analysis on distance-adjusted propensity score matching for wildfire effect quantification using national forest inventory data H. Woo, B. N. I. Eskelson, V. J. Monleon 2021 Woo, H., Eskelson, B.N.I., and Monleon, V.J., 2021, Sensitivity analysis on distance-adjusted propensity score matching for wildfire effect quantification using national forest inventory data: Environmental Modelling & Software, v. 144, article 105163, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2021.105163.
Matching methods to quantify wildfire effects on forest carbon mass in the U.S. Pacific Northwest H. Woo, B. N. I. Eskelson, V. J. Monleon 2021 Woo, H., Eskelson, B.N.I., and Monleon, V.J., 2021, Matching methods to quantify wildfire effects on forest carbon mass in the U.S. Pacific Northwest: Ecological Applications, v. 31, no. 3, article e02283, at https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2283.
Wildfire impacts on forest microclimate vary with biophysical context K. D. Wolf, P. E. Higuera, K. T. Davis, S. Z. Dobrowski 2021 Wolf, K.D., Higuera, P.E., Davis, K.T., and Dobrowski, S.Z., 2021, Wildfire impacts on forest microclimate vary with biophysical context: Ecosphere, v. 12, no. 5, article e03467, at https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.3467.
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Adsorption capacity of wildfire-produced charcoal from Pacific Northwest forests M. R. A. Pingree, E. E. DeLuca, D. T. Schwartz, T. H. DeLuca 2016 Pingree, M.R.A., DeLuca, E.E., Schwartz, D.T., and DeLuca, T.H., 2016, Adsorption capacity of wildfire-produced charcoal from Pacific Northwest forests: Geoderma, v. 283, p. 68–77, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2016.07.016.
Refining the cheatgrass-fire cycle in the Great Basin—Precipitation timing and fine fuel composition predict wildfire trends D. S. Pilliod, J. L. Welty, R. S. Arkle 2017 Pilliod, D.S., Welty, J.L., and Arkle, R.S., 2017, Refining the cheatgrass-fire cycle in the Great Basin—Precipitation timing and fine fuel composition predict wildfire trends: Ecology and Evolution, v. 7, no. 19, p. 8126–8151, at https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.3414.
Consequential lightning-caused wildfires and the “let burn” narrative B. M. Pietruszka, J. D. Young, K. C. Short, L. A. St. Denis, M. P. Thompson, D. E. Calkin 2023 Pietruszka, B.M., Young, J.D., Short, K.C., St. Denis, L.A., Thompson, M.P., and Calkin, D.E., 2023, Consequential lightning-caused wildfires and the “let burn” narrative: Fire Ecology, v. 19, no. 1, article 50, at https://doi.org/10.1186/s42408-023-00208-0.
Use of random forests for modeling and mapping forest canopy fuels for fire behavior analysis in Lassen Volcanic National Park, California, USA A. D. Pierce, C. A. Farris, A. H. Taylor 2012 Pierce, A.D., Farris, C.A., and Taylor, A.H., 2012, Use of random forests for modeling and mapping forest canopy fuels for fire behavior analysis in Lassen Volcanic National Park, California, USA: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 279, p. 77–89, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2012.05.010.
1984–2010 trends in fire burn severity and area for the conterminous US J. J. Picotte, B. Peterson, G. Meier, S. M. Howard 2016 Picotte, J.J., Peterson, B., Meier, G., and Howard, S.M., 2016, 1984–2010 trends in fire burn severity and area for the conterminous US: International Journal of Wildland Fire, v. 25, no. 4, p. 413–420, at https://doi.org/10.1071/Wf15039.
LANDFIRE Remap prototype mapping effort—Developing a new framework for mapping vegetation classification, change, and structure J. J. Picotte, D. Dockter, J. Long, B. Tolk, A. Davidson, B. Peterson 2019 Picotte, J.J., Dockter, D., Long, J., Tolk, B., Davidson, A., and Peterson, B., 2019, LANDFIRE Remap prototype mapping effort—Developing a new framework for mapping vegetation classification, change, and structure: Fire, v. 2, no. 2, article 35, at https://doi.org/10.3390/fire2020035.
Determination of burn severity models ranging from regional to national scales for the conterminous United States J. J. Picotte, C. A. Cansler, C. A. Kolden, J. A. Lutz, C. Key, N. C. Benson, K. M. Robertson 2021 Picotte, J.J., Cansler, C.A., Kolden, C.A., Lutz, J.A., Key, C., Benson, N.C., and Robertson, K.M., 2021, Determination of burn severity models ranging from regional to national scales for the conterminous United States: Remote Sensing of Environment, v. 263, article 112569, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2021.112569.
Changes to the Monitoring Trends in Burn Severity program mapping production procedures and data products J. J. Picotte, K. Bhattarai, D. Howard, J. Lecker, J. Epting, B. Quayle, N. Benson, K. Nelson 2020 Picotte, J.J., Bhattarai, K., Howard, D., Lecker, J., Epting, J., Quayle, B., Benson, N., and Nelson, K., 2020, Changes to the Monitoring Trends in Burn Severity program mapping production procedures and data products: Fire Ecology, v. 16, no. 1, article 16, at https://doi.org/10.1186/s42408-020-00076-y.
Digital mapping of vegetative great groups to inform management strategies L. Phipps, T. K. Stringham 2024 Phipps, L., and Stringham, T.K., 2024, Digital mapping of vegetative great groups to inform management strategies: Rangeland Ecology & Management, v. 94, p. 7–19, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2024.01.006.
Association between wildfires and coccidioidomycosis incidence in California, 2000–2018—A synthetic control analysis S. Phillips, I. Jones, G. Sondermyer-Cooksey, A. T. Yu, A. K. Heaney, B. Zhou, A. Bhattachan, A. K. Weaver, S. K. Campo, W. Mgbara, R. Wagner, J. Taylor, D. Lettenmaier, G. S. Okin, S. Jain, D. Vugia, J. V. Remais, J. R. Head 2023 Phillips, S., Jones, I., Sondermyer-Cooksey, G., Yu, A.T., Heaney, A.K., Zhou, B., Bhattachan, A., Weaver, A.K., Campo, S.K., et al., 2023, Association between wildfires and coccidioidomycosis incidence in California, 2000–2018—A synthetic control analysis: Environmental Epidemiology, v. 7, no. 4, article e254, at https://doi.org/10.1097/ee9.0000000000000254.
Using Landsat-derived disturbance and recovery history and lidar to map forest biomass dynamics D. Pflugmacher, W. B. Cohen, R. E. Kennedy, Z. Yang 2014 Pflugmacher, D., Cohen, W.B., Kennedy, R.E., and Yang, Z., 2014, Using Landsat-derived disturbance and recovery history and lidar to map forest biomass dynamics: Remote Sensing of Environment, v. 151, p. 124–137, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2013.05.033.
Evaluating and monitoring forest fuel treatments using remote sensing applications in Arizona, U.S.A. R. E. Petrakis, M. L. Villarreal, Z. Wu, R. Hetzler, B. R. Middleton, L. M. Norman 2018 Petrakis, R.E., Villarreal, M.L., Wu, Z., Hetzler, R., Middleton, B.R., and Norman, L.M., 2018, Evaluating and monitoring forest fuel treatments using remote sensing applications in Arizona, U.S.A.: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 413, p. 48–61, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2018.01.036.
Riparian vegetation response amid variable climate conditions across the Upper Gila River watershed—Informing Tribal restoration priorities R. E. Petrakis, L. M. Norman, B. R. Middleton 2023 Petrakis, R.E., Norman, L.M., and Middleton, B.R., 2023, Riparian vegetation response amid variable climate conditions across the Upper Gila River watershed—Informing Tribal restoration priorities: Frontiers in Environmental Science, v. 11, article 1179328, at https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2023.1179328.
Vegetative response to water availability on the San Carlos Apache Reservation R. Petrakis, Z. Wu, J. McVay, B. Middleton, D. Dye, J. Vogel 2016 Petrakis, R., Wu, Z., McVay, J., Middleton, B., Dye, D., and Vogel, J., 2016, Vegetative response to water availability on the San Carlos Apache Reservation: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 378, p. 14–23, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2016.07.012.
Trends in fire danger and population exposure along the wildland-urban interface G. C. L. Peterson, S. E. Prince, A. G. Rappold 2021 Peterson, G.C.L., Prince, S.E., and Rappold, A.G., 2021, Trends in fire danger and population exposure along the wildland-urban interface: Environmental Science & Technology, v. 55, no. 23, p. 16257–16265, at https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.1c03835.
Predicting streamflow duration from crowd-sourced flow observations D. A. Peterson, S. K. Kampf, K. C. Puntenney-Desmond, M. P. Fairchild, S. Zipper, J. C. Hammond, M. R. V. Ross, M. G. Sears 2024 Peterson, D.A., Kampf, S.K., Puntenney-Desmond, K.C., Fairchild, M.P., Zipper, S., Hammond, J.C., Ross, M.R.V., and Sears, M.G., 2024, Predicting streamflow duration from crowd-sourced flow observations: Water Resources Research, v. 60, no. 1, article e2023WR035093, at https://doi.org/10.1029/2023WR035093.
Effects of gradient, distance, curvature and aspect on steep burned and unburned hillslope soil erosion and deposition L. M. Perreault, E. M. Yager, R. Aalto 2017 Perreault, L.M., Yager, E.M., and Aalto, R., 2017, Effects of gradient, distance, curvature and aspect on steep burned and unburned hillslope soil erosion and deposition: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 42, no. 7, p. 1033–1048, at https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.4067.
Application of 210Pbex inventories to measure net hillslope erosion at burned sites L. M. Perreault, E. M. Yager, R. Aalto 2013 Perreault, L.M., Yager, E.M., and Aalto, R., 2013, Application of 210Pbex inventories to measure net hillslope erosion at burned sites: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 38, no. 2, p. 133–145, at https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.3266.
Multi-stage soil-hydraulic recovery and limited ravel accumulations following the 2017 Nuns and Tubbs wildfires in northern California J. P. Perkins, D. Carlos, C. Skye, C.-D. Corina, J. Stock, J. P. Prancevic, M. Elisabeth, J. Jay 2022 Perkins, J.P., Carlos, D., Skye, C., Corina, C.-D., Stock, J., Prancevic, J.P., Elisabeth, M., and Jay, J., 2022, Multi-stage soil-hydraulic recovery and limited ravel accumulations following the 2017 Nuns and Tubbs wildfires in northern California: Journal of Geophysical Research—Earth Surface, v. 127, no. 6, article e2022JF006591, at https://doi.org/10.1029/2022JF006591.
Wildfires can increase regulated nitrate, arsenic, and disinfection byproduct violations and concentrations in public drinking water supplies M. J. Pennino, S. G. Leibowitz, J. E. Compton, M. Beyene, S. D. LeDuc 2022 Pennino, M.J., Leibowitz, S.G., Compton, J.E., Beyene, M., and LeDuc, S.D., 2022, Wildfires can increase regulated nitrate, arsenic, and disinfection byproduct violations and concentrations in public drinking water supplies: Science of the Total Environment, v. 804, article 149890, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.149890.
Density-dependent plant growth drives grazer stimulation of aboveground net primary production in Yellowstone grasslands J. F. Penner, D. A. Frank 2021 Penner, J.F., and Frank, D.A., 2021, Density-dependent plant growth drives grazer stimulation of aboveground net primary production in Yellowstone grasslands: Oecologia, v. 196, no. 3, p. 851–861, at https://doi.org/10.1007/s00442-021-04960-5.
Changes in climate and land cover affect seasonal streamflow forecasts in the Rio Grande headwaters C. A. Penn, D. W. Clow, G. A. Sexstone, S. F. Murphy 2020 Penn, C.A., Clow, D.W., Sexstone, G.A., and Murphy, S.F., 2020, Changes in climate and land cover affect seasonal streamflow forecasts in the Rio Grande headwaters: Journal of the American Water Resources Association, v. 56, no. 5, p. 882–902, at https://doi.org/10.1111/1752-1688.12863.
Quality control and assessment of interpreter consistency of annual land cover reference data in an operational national monitoring program B. W. Pengra, S. V. Stehman, J. A. Horton, D. J. Dockter, T. A. Schroeder, Z. Yang, W. B. Cohen, S. P. Healey, T. R. Loveland 2020 Pengra, B.W., Stehman, S.V., Horton, J.A., Dockter, D.J., Schroeder, T.A., Yang, Z., Cohen, W.B., Healey, S.P., and Loveland, T.R., 2020, Quality control and assessment of interpreter consistency of annual land cover reference data in an operational national monitoring program: Remote Sensing of Environment, v. 238, article 111261, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2019.111261.
Using Landsat imagery to assess burn severity of national forest inventory plots F. Pelletier, B. N. I. Eskelson, V. J. Monleon, Y. C. Tseng 2021 Pelletier, F., Eskelson, B.N.I., Monleon, V.J., and Tseng, Y.C., 2021, Using Landsat imagery to assess burn severity of national forest inventory plots: Remote Sensing, v. 13, no. 10, article 1935, at https://doi.org/10.3390/rs13101935.
Exploring invasibility with species distribution modeling—How does fire promote cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) invasion within lower montane forests? J. L. Peeler, E. A. H. Smithwick 2018 Peeler, J.L., and Smithwick, E.A.H., 2018, Exploring invasibility with species distribution modeling—How does fire promote cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) invasion within lower montane forests?: Diversity and Distributions, v. 24, no. 9, p. 1308–1320, at https://doi.org/10.1111/ddi.12765.
Wildfires identification—Semantic segmentation using support vector machine classifier Pecha, Marek, Langford, Zachary, Horák, David, Tran Mills, Richard 2022 Pecha, M., Langford, Z., Horák, D., and Tran Mills, R., 2022, Wildfires identification—Semantic segmentation using support vector machine classifier, in Programs and Algorithms of Numerical Mathematics, PANM 21, Janov nad Nisou, Czech Republic, 19–24 June 2022, Proceedings of Seminar: Prague, Czech Republic, Institute of Mathematics CAS, p. 173–186, at https://doi.org/10.21136/panm.2022.16.
Spatial dynamics of tree group and gap structure in an old-growth ponderosa pine-California black oak forest burned by repeated wildfires N. C. Pawlikowski, M. Coppoletta, E. Knapp, A. H. Taylor 2019 Pawlikowski, N.C., Coppoletta, M., Knapp, E., and Taylor, A.H., 2019, Spatial dynamics of tree group and gap structure in an old-growth ponderosa pine-California black oak forest burned by repeated wildfires: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 434, p. 289–302, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2018.12.016.
Understanding the effect of large wildfires on residents' well-being—What factors influence wildfire impact? T. B. Paveglio, C. Kooistra, T. Hall, M. Pickering 2016 Paveglio, T.B., Kooistra, C., Hall, T., and Pickering, M., 2016, Understanding the effect of large wildfires on residents' well-being—What factors influence wildfire impact?: Forest Science, v. 62, no. 1, p. 59–69, at https://doi.org/10.5849/forsci.15-021.
Persistent composition legacy and rapid structural change following successive fires in Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forests A. Paudel, M. Coppoletta, K. Merriam, S. H. Markwith 2022 Paudel, A., Coppoletta, M., Merriam, K., and Markwith, S.H., 2022, Persistent composition legacy and rapid structural change following successive fires in Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forests: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 509, article 120079, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2022.120079.
Determination of optimal set of spatio-temporal features for predicting burn probability in the state of California, USA Pastorino, Javier, Director, Joseph W., Biswas, Ashis Kumer, Hawbaker, Todd J. 2022 Pastorino, J., Director, J.W., Biswas, A.K., and Hawbaker, T.J., 2022, Determination of optimal set of spatio-temporal features for predicting burn probability in the state of California, USA, in ACM Southeast Conference, Virtual Event, 19–20 April 2022, Proceedings: New York, N.Y., Association for Computing Machinery, p. 151–158, at https://doi.org/10.1145/3476883.3520228.
Rapid monitoring of the abundance and spread of exotic annual grasses in the western United States using remote sensing and machine learning N. J. Pastick, B. K. Wylie, M. B. Rigge, D. Dahal, S. P. Boyte, M. O. Jones, B. W. Allred, S. Parajuli, Z. Wu 2021 Pastick, N.J., Wylie, B.K., Rigge, M.B., Dahal, D., Boyte, S.P., Jones, M.O., Allred, B.W., Parajuli, S., and Wu, Z., 2021, Rapid monitoring of the abundance and spread of exotic annual grasses in the western United States using remote sensing and machine learning: AGU Advances, v. 2, no. 2, article e2020AV000298, at https://doi.org/10.1029/2020av000298.
Spatial variability and landscape controls of near-surface permafrost within the Alaskan Yukon River Basin N. J. Pastick, M. T. Jorgenson, B. K. Wylie, J. R. Rose, M. Rigge, M. A. Walvoord 2014 Pastick, N.J., Jorgenson, M.T., Wylie, B.K., Rose, J.R., Rigge, M., and Walvoord, M.A., 2014, Spatial variability and landscape controls of near-surface permafrost within the Alaskan Yukon River Basin: Journal of Geophysical Research—Biogeosciences, v. 119, no. 6, article 2013JG002594, at https://doi.org/10.1002/2013JG002594.
Extending airborne electromagnetic surveys for regional active layer and permafrost mapping with remote sensing and ancillary data, Yukon Flats ecoregion, central Alaska N. J. Pastick, M. T. Jorgenson, B. K. Wylie, B. J. Minsley, L. Ji, M. A. Walvoord, B. D. Smith, J. D. Abraham, J. R. Rose 2013 Pastick, N.J., Jorgenson, M.T., Wylie, B.K., Minsley, B.J., Ji, L., Walvoord, M.A., Smith, B.D., Abraham, J.D., and Rose, J.R., 2013, Extending airborne electromagnetic surveys for regional active layer and permafrost mapping with remote sensing and ancillary data, Yukon Flats ecoregion, central Alaska: Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, v. 24, no. 3, p. 184–199, at https://doi.org/10.1002/ppp.1775.
Spatiotemporal remote sensing of ecosystem change and causation across Alaska N. J. Pastick, M. T. Jorgenson, S. J. Goetz, B. M. Jones, B. K. Wylie, B. J. Minsley, H. Genet, J. F. Knight, D. K. Swanson, J. C. Jorgenson 2019 Pastick, N.J., Jorgenson, M.T., Goetz, S.J., Jones, B.M., Wylie, B.K., Minsley, B.J., Genet, H., Knight, J.F., Swanson, D.K., and Jorgenson, J.C., 2019, Spatiotemporal remote sensing of ecosystem change and causation across Alaska: Global Change Biology, v. 25, no. 3, p. 1171–1189, at https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14279.
Recovery of western black-legged tick and vertebrate populations after a destructive wildfire in an intensively-studied woodland in northern California E. L. Pascoe, C. E. Vaughn, M. I. Jones, R. H. Barrett, J. E. Foley, R. S. Lane 2023 Pascoe, E.L., Vaughn, C.E., Jones, M.I., Barrett, R.H., Foley, J.E., and Lane, R.S., 2023, Recovery of western black-legged tick and vertebrate populations after a destructive wildfire in an intensively-studied woodland in northern California: Journal of Vector Ecology, v. 48, no. 1, p. 19–36, at https://doi.org/10.52707/1081-1710-48.1.19.
Benefits of the fire mitigation ecosystem service in The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, USA B. Parthum, E. Pindilli, D. Hogan 2017 Parthum, B., Pindilli, E., and Hogan, D., 2017, Benefits of the fire mitigation ecosystem service in The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, USA: Journal of Environmental Management, v. 203, p. 375–382, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.08.018.
Land transitions from multivariate time series—Using seasonal trend analysis and segmentation to detect land-cover changes B. Parmentier, J. R. Eastman 2014 Parmentier, B., and Eastman, J.R., 2014, Land transitions from multivariate time series—Using seasonal trend analysis and segmentation to detect land-cover changes: International Journal of Remote Sensing, v. 35, no. 2, p. 671–692, at https://doi.org/10.1080/01431161.2013.871595.
Characterization of land transitions patterns from multivariate time series using seasonal trend analysis and principal component analysis B. Parmentier 2014 Parmentier, B., 2014, Characterization of land transitions patterns from multivariate time series using seasonal trend analysis and principal component analysis: Remote Sensing, v. 6, no. 12, p. 12639–12665, at https://doi.org/10.3390/rs61212639.
Fine-scale spatial climate variation and drought mediate the likelihood of reburning S. A. Parks, M. A. Parisien, C. Miller, L. M. Holsinger, L. S. Baggett 2018 Parks, S.A., Parisien, M.A., Miller, C., Holsinger, L.M., and Baggett, L.S., 2018, Fine-scale spatial climate variation and drought mediate the likelihood of reburning: Ecological Applications, v. 28, no. 2, p. 573–586, at https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1671.
Fire activity and severity in the western US vary along proxy gradients representing fuel amount and fuel moisture S. A. Parks, M. A. Parisien, C. Miller, S. Z. Dobrowski 2014 Parks, S.A., Parisien, M.A., Miller, C., and Dobrowski, S.Z., 2014, Fire activity and severity in the western US vary along proxy gradients representing fuel amount and fuel moisture: PLoS ONE, v. 9, no. 6, article e99699, at https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0099699.
Wildland fire deficit and surplus in the western United States, 1984–2012 S. A. Parks, C. Miller, M.-A. Parisien, L. M. Holsinger, S. Z. Dobrowski, J. Abatzoglou 2015 Parks, S.A., Miller, C., Parisien, M.-A., Holsinger, L.M., Dobrowski, S.Z., and Abatzoglou, J., 2015, Wildland fire deficit and surplus in the western United States, 1984–2012: Ecosphere, v. 6, no. 12, article 275, at https://doi.org/10.1890/es15-00294.1.
Previous fires moderate burn severity of subsequent wildland fires in two large western US wilderness areas S. A. Parks, C. Miller, C. R. Nelson, Z. A. Holden 2014 Parks, S.A., Miller, C., Nelson, C.R., and Holden, Z.A., 2014, Previous fires moderate burn severity of subsequent wildland fires in two large western US wilderness areas: Ecosystems, v. 17, no. 1, p. 29–42, at https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-013-9704-x.
How will climate change affect wildland fire severity in the western US? S. A. Parks, C. Miller, J. T. Abatzoglou, L. M. Holsinger, M.-A. Parisien, S. Z. Dobrowski 2016 Parks, S.A., Miller, C., Abatzoglou, J.T., Holsinger, L.M., Parisien, M.-A., and Dobrowski, S.Z., 2016, How will climate change affect wildland fire severity in the western US?: Environmental Research Letters, v. 11, no. 3, article 035002, at https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/11/3/035002.
Mean composite fire severity metrics computed with google earth engine offer improved accuracy and expanded mapping potential S. A. Parks, L. M. Holsinger, M. A. Voss, R. A. Loehman, N. P. Robinson 2018 Parks, S.A., Holsinger, L.M., Voss, M.A., Loehman, R.A., and Robinson, N.P., 2018, Mean composite fire severity metrics computed with google earth engine offer improved accuracy and expanded mapping potential: Remote Sensing, v. 10, no. 6, article 879, at https://doi.org/10.3390/rs10060879.
High-severity fire—Evaluating its key drivers and mapping its probability across western US forests S. A. Parks, L. M. Holsinger, M. H. Panunto, W. M. Jolly, S. Z. Dobrowski, G. K. Dillon 2018 Parks, S.A., Holsinger, L.M., Panunto, M.H., Jolly, W.M., Dobrowski, S.Z., and Dillon, G.K., 2018, High-severity fire—Evaluating its key drivers and mapping its probability across western US forests: Environmental Research Letters, v. 13, no. 4, article 044037, at https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/aab791.
Wildland fire as a self-regulating mechanism—The role of previous burns and weather in limiting fire progression S. A. Parks, L. M. Holsinger, C. Miller, C. R. Nelson 2015 Parks, S.A., Holsinger, L.M., Miller, C., and Nelson, C.R., 2015, Wildland fire as a self-regulating mechanism—The role of previous burns and weather in limiting fire progression: Ecological Applications, v. 25, no. 6, p. 1478–1492, at https://doi.org/10.1890/14-1430.1.sm.
Contemporary wildfires are more severe compared to the historical reference period in western US dry conifer forests S. A. Parks, L. M. Holsinger, K. Blankenship, G. K. Dillon, S. A. Goeking, R. Swaty 2023 Parks, S.A., Holsinger, L.M., Blankenship, K., Dillon, G.K., Goeking, S.A., and Swaty, R., 2023, Contemporary wildfires are more severe compared to the historical reference period in western US dry conifer forests: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 544, article 121232, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2023.121232.
Quantifying the risk of fire-facilitated transition to non-forest in California and the Southwest, Final Report Parks, S.A., Dobrowski, S.Z., Shaw, J.D., Miller, C. 2019 Parks, S.A., Dobrowski, S.Z., Shaw, J.D., and Miller, C., 2019, Quantifying the risk of fire-facilitated transition to non-forest in California and the Southwest, Final Report: Joint Fire Science Program JFSP PROJECT ID—15-1-03-20, 37 p., at https://www.frames.gov/catalog/57635.
What drives low-severity fire in the southwestern USA? S. A. Parks, S. Z. Dobrowski, M. H. Panunto 2018 Parks, S.A., Dobrowski, S.Z., and Panunto, M.H., 2018, What drives low-severity fire in the southwestern USA?: Forests, v. 9, no. 4, article 165, at https://doi.org/10.3390/f9040165.
A new metric for quantifying burn severity—The relativized burn ratio S. A. Parks, G. K. Dillon, C. Miller 2014 Parks, S.A., Dillon, G.K., and Miller, C., 2014, A new metric for quantifying burn severity—The relativized burn ratio: Remote Sensing, v. 6, no. 3, p. 1827–1844, at https://doi.org/10.3390/rs6031827.
Warmer and drier fire seasons contribute to increases in area burned at high severity in western US forests from 1985 to 2017 S. A. Parks, J. T. Abatzoglou 2020 Parks, S.A., and Abatzoglou, J.T., 2020, Warmer and drier fire seasons contribute to increases in area burned at high severity in western US forests from 1985 to 2017: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 47, no. 22, article e2020GL089858, at https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL089858.
Demographic effects of a megafire on a declining prairie grouse in the mixed-grass prairie N. J. Parker, D. S. Sullins, D. A. Haukos, K. A. Fricke, C. A. Hagen, A. A. Ahlers 2022 Parker, N.J., Sullins, D.S., Haukos, D.A., Fricke, K.A., Hagen, C.A., and Ahlers, A.A., 2022, Demographic effects of a megafire on a declining prairie grouse in the mixed-grass prairie: Ecology and Evolution, v. 12, no. 12, article e9544, at https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9544.
Recovery of working grasslands following a megafire in the southern mixed-grass prairie N. J. Parker, D. S. Sullins, D. A. Haukos, K. A. Fricke, C. A. Hagen 2022 Parker, N.J., Sullins, D.S., Haukos, D.A., Fricke, K.A., and Hagen, C.A., 2022, Recovery of working grasslands following a megafire in the southern mixed-grass prairie: Global Ecology and Conservation, v. 36, article e02142, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2022.e02142.
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Progress in wilderness fire science—Embracing complexity C. Miller, G. H. Aplet 2016 Miller, C., and Aplet, G.H., 2016, Progress in wilderness fire science—Embracing complexity: Journal of Forestry, v. 114, no. 3, p. 373–383, at https://doi.org/10.5849/jof.15-008.
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The influence of wildfire on invasive plant abundance and spatial structure in eastern ponderosa pine savanna V. M. Donovan, C. L. Wonkka, C. P. Roberts, D. A. Wedin, D. A. McGranahan, D. Twidwell 2023 Donovan, V.M., Wonkka, C.L., Roberts, C.P., Wedin, D.A., McGranahan, D.A., and Twidwell, D., 2023, The influence of wildfire on invasive plant abundance and spatial structure in eastern ponderosa pine savanna: Plant Ecology, v. 224, p. 987–999, at https://doi.org/10.1007/s11258-023-01355-9.
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Collapse, reorganization, and regime identity—Breaking down past management paradigms in a forest-grassland ecotone V. M. Donovan, C. P. Roberts, C. L. Wonkka, D. R. Uden, D. G. Angeler, C. R. Allen, D. A. Wedin, R. A. Drijber, D. Twidwell 2021 Donovan, V.M., Roberts, C.P., Wonkka, C.L., Uden, D.R., Angeler, D.G., Allen, C.R., Wedin, D.A., Drijber, R.A., and Twidwell, D., 2021, Collapse, reorganization, and regime identity—Breaking down past management paradigms in a forest-grassland ecotone: Ecology and Society, v. 26, no. 2, article 27, at https://doi.org/10.5751/es-12340-260227.
Targeted grazing and mechanical thinning enhance forest stand resilience under a narrow range of wildfire scenarios V. M. Donovan, C. P. Roberts, D. T. Fogarty, D. A. Wedin, D. Twidwell 2022 Donovan, V.M., Roberts, C.P., Fogarty, D.T., Wedin, D.A., and Twidwell, D., 2022, Targeted grazing and mechanical thinning enhance forest stand resilience under a narrow range of wildfire scenarios: Ecosphere, v. 13, no. 5, article e4061, at https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.4061.
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Fire-driven landscape heterogeneity shapes habitat selection of bighorn sheep V. M. Donovan, S. P. H. Dwinnell, J. L. Beck, C. P. Roberts, J. G. Clapp, G. S. Hiatt, K. L. Monteith, D. Twidwell 2021 Donovan, V.M., Dwinnell, S.P.H., Beck, J.L., Roberts, C.P., Clapp, J.G., Hiatt, G.S., Monteith, K.L., and Twidwell, D., 2021, Fire-driven landscape heterogeneity shapes habitat selection of bighorn sheep: Journal of Mammalogy, v. 102, no. 3, p. 757–771, at https://doi.org/10.1093/jmammal/gyab035.
Increasing large wildfire in the eastern United States V. M. Donovan, R. Crandall, J. Fill, C. L. Wonkka 2023 Donovan, V.M., Crandall, R., Fill, J., and Wonkka, C.L., 2023, Increasing large wildfire in the eastern United States: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 50, no. 24, article e2023GL107051, at https://doi.org/10.1029/2023GL107051.
Declining pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) population productivity caused by woody encroachment and oil and gas development V. M. Donovan, J. L. Beck, C. L. Wonkka, C. P. Roberts, C. R. Allen, D. Twidwell 2024 Donovan, V.M., Beck, J.L., Wonkka, C.L., Roberts, C.P., Allen, C.R., and Twidwell, D., 2024, Declining pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) population productivity caused by woody encroachment and oil and gas development: Global Ecology and Conservation, v. 50, article e02848, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2024.e02848.
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