Research on Fire and Land Management

April Publications

FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

Ants, wind, and low litter deposition contribute to the maintenance of fire-protective clearings around Jeffrey pine (Pinus jeffreyi) 
Dalrymple, Safford in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 44-50

Are reptile responses to fire shaped by forest type and vegetation structure? Insights from the Mediterranean basin 
Chergui, Fahd, Santos in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 340-347

Assessing the role of native herbaceous legumes in the nitrogen cycle of regularly burned loblolly pine forests 
Hendricks, Holland, Hubbartt in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 123-133

Comparison of the canopy and soil seed banks of Pinus yunnanensis in central Yunnan, China 
Su et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 41-48

Effects of bark beetle attacks on forest snowpack and avalanche formation – Implications for protection forest management 
Teich et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 186-203

Effects of pine-oak woodland restoration on breeding bird densities in the Ozark-Ouachita Interior Highlands 
Roach, Thompson, Jones-Farrand in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 443-459

Enduring effects of large legumes and phosphorus fertiliser on jarrah forest restoration 15 years after bauxite mining 
Daws et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 204-214

Forest structure and pattern vary by climate and landform across active-fire landscapes in the montane Sierra Nevada 
Jeronimo et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 70-86

Post-spruce beetle timber salvage drives short-term surface fuel increases and understory vegetation shifts 
Mattson et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 348-359

Rarity of shortleaf, slash, and longleaf pine seedlings in oak-pine forest types: An assessment of associated environmental, stand, site, and disturbance factors 
Ojha et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 151-162

Successful hard pine regeneration and survival through repeated burning: An applied historical ecology approach
Stambaugh et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 246-252

FOREST SCIENCE

Cost Plus Net Value Change (C+NVC) Revisited: A Sequential Formulation of the Wildfire Economics Model 
Rossi, Kuusela in: Forest Science (2019), 65:2, pp 125-136

FORESTS

A Conceptual Model for Forest Naturalness Assessment and Application in Quebec’s Boreal Forest  
Cote et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 325

Are Wildfires a Threat to Fungi in European Pinus Forests? A Case Study of Boreal and Mediterranean Forests  
Franco-Manchon et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 309

Designing Operationally Relevant Daily Large Fire Containment Strategies Using Risk Assessment Results  
Wei et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 311

High Precision Altimeter Demonstrates Simplification and Depression of Microtopography on Seismic Lines in Treed Peatlands  
Stevenson, Filicetti, Nielsen in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 295

Impact of Disturbances on the Carbon Cycle of Forest Ecosystems in Ukrainian Polissya  
Lakyda et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 337

Understory Vegetation Responses to 15 Years of Repeated Fuel Reduction Treatments in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, USA  
Oakman et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 350

GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY

Drought and its legacy modulate the post-fire recovery of soil functionality and microbial community structure in a Mediterranean shrubland  
Hinojosa et al. in: Global Change Biology (2019), 25:4, pp 1409-1427

Elephants limit aboveground carbon gains in African savannas 
Davies, Asner in: Global Change Biology (2019), 25:4, pp 1368-1382

Fire deficits have increased drought sensitivity in dry conifer forests: Fire frequency and tree-ring carbon isotope evidence from Central Oregon  
Voelker et al. in: Global Change Biology (2019), 25:4, pp 1247-1262

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE

Distinguishing disturbance from perturbations in fire-prone ecosystems 
Keeley, Pausas in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:4, pp 282-287

Evidence of effectiveness in the Cohesive Strategy: measuring and improving wildfire response 
Steelman, Nowell in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:4, pp 267-274

Relationships among leaf flammability attributes and identifying low-leaf-flammability species at the wildland-urban interface
Krix, Phillips, Murray in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:4, pp 295-307

Wildfires decrease the local-scale ecosystem spatial variability of Pinus canariensis forests during the first two decades post fire
Duran et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:4, pp 288-294

JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH (JGR)– BIOGEOSCIENCES

Postfire Soil Carbon Accumulation Does Not Recover Boreal Peatland Combustion Loss in Some Hydrogeological Settings  
Ingram et al. in: Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences (2019), 124:4, pp 775-788