Research on Fire and Land Management

February Publications

FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

Comparative methods for reconstructing fire histories at the stand scale using charcoal records in peat and mineral soils 
Couillard et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 376-385

Composite low thinning and slash burning treatment enhances initial Spanish black pine seedling recruitment 
Tardos et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 1-12

Determining burnability: Predicting completion rates and coverage of prescribed burns for fuel management
Duff, Cawson, Penman in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 431-440

Efficiency of remote sensing tools for post-fire management along a climatic gradient 
Fernandez-Guisuraga et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 553-562

Environmental drivers of fire severity in extreme fire events that affect Mediterranean pine forest ecosystems 
Garcia-Llamas et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 24-32

Improving long-term fuel treatment effectiveness in the National Forest System through quantitative prioritization  
Barros et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 514-527

Increasing trends in high-severity fire in the southwestern USA from 1984 to 2015  
Singleton et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 709-719

Mammal functional diversity increases with vegetation structural complexity in two forest types 
Sukma et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 85-92

Northward expansion of southern pine beetle generates significant alterations to forest structure and composition of globally rare Pinus rigida forests 
Heuss, D’Arnato, Dodds in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 434, pp 119-130

Post-fire dynamics of terrestrial lichens: Implications for the recovery of woodland caribou winter range 
Russell, Johnson in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 434, pp 1-17

Predicting post-fire attack of red turpentine or western pine beetle on ponderosa pine and its impact on mortality probability in Pacific Northwest forests  
Westlind, Kelsey in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 434, pp 181-192

Season of burn effects on vegetation structure and composition in oak-dominated Appalachian hardwood forests 
Keyser, Greenberg, McNab in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 441-452

Shifts in forest composition in the eastern United States 
Knott et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 176-183

Spatial dynamics of tree group and gap structure in an old-growth ponderosa pine-California black oak forest burned by repeated wildfires  
Pawlikowski et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 434, pp 289-302

Temperature and agriculture are largely associated with fire activity in Central Chile across different temporal periods  
Gomez-Gonzalez et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 535-543

The succession of soil Collembola communities in spruce forests of the High Tatra Mountains five years after a windthrow and clear-cut logging  
Cuchta, Miklisova, Kovac in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 504-513

Topography and soils-based mapping reveals fine-scale compositional shifts over two centuries within a central Appalachian landscape 
Dyer, Hutchinson in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 33-42

Tradeoffs between US national forest harvest targets and fuel management to reduce wildfire transmission to the wildland urban interface 
Ager et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 434, pp 99-109

Tree traits influence response to fire severity in the western Oregon Cascades, USA 
Johnston, Dunn, Vernon in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 433, pp 99-109

Using LiDAR to develop high-resolution reference models of forest structure and spatial pattern 
Wiggins et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 434, pp 318-330

FOREST SCIENCE

Ecological Restoration of an Oak Woodland within the Forest-Prairie Ecotone of Kansas
Galgamuwa et al. in: Forest Science (2019), 65:1, pp 48-58

FORESTS

Caribou Conservation: Restoring Trees on Seismic Lines in Alberta, Canada 
Filicetti, Cody, Nielsen in: Forests (2019), 10:2, Article 185

Effects of Prescribed Fire, Site Factors, and Seed Sources on the Spread of Invasive Triadica sebifera in a Fire-Managed Coastal Landscape in Southeastern Mississippi, USA 
Yang et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:2, Article 175

LiDAR-Based Wildfire Prevention in WUI: The Automatic Detection, Measurement and Evaluation of Forest Fuels 
Fernandez-Alvarez, Armesto, Picos in: Forests (2019), 10:2, Article 148

Seed Availability Does Not Ensure Regeneration in Northern Ecosystems of the Endangered Limber Pine 
Peters, Visscher in: Forests (2019), 10:2, Article 146

The Long-Term Effects of Wind Disturbance on a Sitka Spruce-Western Hemlock Forest 
Harmon, Pabst in: Forests (2019), 10:2, Article 119

Wildfire Alters Spatial Patterns of Available Soil Nitrogen and Understory Environments in a Valley Boreal Larch Forest 
Kong et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:2, Article 95

Woody Species Composition, Diversity, and Recovery Six Years after Wind Disturbance and Salvage Logging of a Southern Appalachian Forest 
Oldfield, Peterson in: Forests (2019), 10:2, Article 129

JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH – BIOGEOSCIENCES

Pyrogenic carbon erosion after the Rim Fire, Yosemite National Park: The Role of Burn Severity and Slope 
Abney et al. in: Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences (2019), 124:2, pp 432-449

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE

A quantitative comparison of forest fires in central and northern California under early (1911-1924) and contemporary (2002-2015) fire suppression 
Collins et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:2, pp 138-148

A web-based wildfire simulator for operational applications 
Arca et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:2, pp 85-98

Analysis of forest fire fatalities in Southern Europe: Spain, Portugal, Greece and Sardinia (Italy) 
Molina-Terren et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:2, pp 85-98

Modelling the fire propagation from the fuel bed to the lower canopy of ornamental species used in wildland-urban interfaces 
Terrei, Lamorlette, Ganteaume in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:2, pp 113-126

Monitoring of Eucalyptus globulus tissue thermal degradation by semi-conductor metal-oxide sensors for early fire detection in eucalypt forests 
Paczkowski, Pelz, Paczkowska in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:2, pp 167-175

Non-additive effects of alternative stable states on landscape flammability in NW Patagonia: fire history and simulation modelling evidence 
Tiribelli et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:2, pp 149-159

LAND USE POLICY

Managing values in disaster planning: Current strategies, challenges and opportunities for incorporating values of the public 
Ford, Rawluk, Williams in: Land Use Policy (2019), 81, pp 131-142

Perceptions regarding active management of the Cross-timbers forest resources of Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas: A SWOT-ANP analysis
Starr et al. in: Land Use Policy (2019), 81, pp 523-530

PLANT ECOLOGY

Multi-year sampling provides insight into the bet-hedging capacity of the soil-stored seed reserve of a threatened Acacia species from Western Australia 
Cochrane in: Plant Ecology (2019), 220:2, pp 241-253

SCIENCE

Strengthened scientific support for the Endangerment Finding for atmospheric greenhouse gases 
Duffy et al. in: Science (2019), 363:6427, Article 597

TREES – STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

Differential relative bark thickness and aboveground growth discriminates fire resistance among hardwood sprouts in the southern Cascades, California 
Kidd, Varner in: Trees – Structure and Function (2019), 33:1, pp 267-277