Forests and Fire

APPLIED GEOGRAPHY

Postfire evaluation of fuelwood loss and restoration priority in a mixed, community-managed conifer forest of central New Mexico, United States
Storey in: Applied Geography (2020), 117, Article 102182

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH

Factors affecting post-fire regeneration after coppicing of cork oak (Quercus suber) trees in northeastern Algeria
Roula, Bouhraoua, Catry in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2020), 50:4, pp 371-379

FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

Climate change effects on wildfire hazards in the wildland-urban-interface – Blue pine forests of Bhutan
Vila-Vilardell et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 461, Article 117927

Complex habitat drives mammal communities in a flammable landscape
Dorph et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 462, Article 117979

Early postfire response of a northern range margin coast redwood forest community
Woodward, Romme, Evangelista in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 462, Article 117966

Fire and land cover drive predator abundances in a pyric landscape
Jorge et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 461, Article 117939

Patterns of bird species occurrence in relation to anthropogenic and wildfire disturbance: Management implications
Hutto, Hutto, Hutto in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 461, Article 117942

Post-fire beetle succession in a biodiversity hotspot: Białowieża Primeval Forest
Gutowski et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 461, Article 117893

Response to fire by a forest specialist in isolated montane forest
Mazzella, Koprowski in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 462, Article 117996

Restoration measures emulating natural disturbances alter beetle assemblages in boreal forest
Hagglund et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 462, Article 117934

FOREST POLICY AND ECONOMICS

The influence of risk attitudes on suppression spending and on wildland fire program budgeting
Rossi, Kuusel in: Forest Policy and Economics (2020), 113, Article 102087

Understanding acceptability of fuel management to reduce wildfire risk: Informing communication through understanding complexity of thinking
Mylek, Schirmer in: Forest Policy and Economics (2020), 113, Article 102120

FOREST SCIENCE

Simulating the Effectiveness of Improvement Cuts and Commercial Thinning to Enhance Fire Resistance in West Coast Dry Mixed Conifer Forests
Jain, Fried, Loreno in: Forest Science (2020), 66:2, pp 157-177

FORESTS

The Accessibility of Post-Fire Areas for Mechanized Thinning Operations
Kulak et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:4, Article 471

Western Larch Regeneration Responds More Strongly to Site and Indirect Climate Factors Than to Direct Climate Factors
Steed, Goeking in: Forests (2020), 11:4, Article 482

FRONTIERS IN FORESTS AND GLOBAL CHANGE

Millennial-Scale Climate and Human Drivers of Environmental Change and Fire Activity in a Dry, Mixed-Conifer Forest of Northwestern Montana
McWethy et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 44

Tree-Ring Evidence of Forest Management Moderating Drought Responses: Implications for Dry, Coniferous Forests in the Southwestern United States
van Mantgem et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 41

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE

A framework for prioritising prescribed burning on public land in Western Australia
Howard et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 314-325

Adaptive prescribed burning in Australia for the early 21st Century – context, status, challenges
Russel-Smith, McCaw, Leavesley in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 305-313

Challenges for prescribed fire management in Australia’s fire-prone rangelands – the example of the Northern Territory
Russel-Smith et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 339-353

Contemporary Aboriginal savanna burning projects in Arnhem Land: a regional description and analysis of the fire management aspirations of Traditional Owners
Ansell et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 371-385

Cost effectiveness of fire management strategies in southern Australia
Penman, Cirulis in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 427-439

Delivering effective savanna fire management for defined biodiversity conservation outcomes: an Arnhem Land case study
Evans, Russell-Smith in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 386-400

Planned and unplanned fire regimes on public land in south-east Queensland
Eliott et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 326-338

Quantification of inter-regional differences in risk mitigation from prescribed burning across multiple management values
Cirulis et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 414-426

Using a statistical model of past wildfire spread to quantify and map the likelihood of fire reaching assets and prioritise fuel treatments
Price, Bedward in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 414-426

What is the ‘appropriate’ fuel management regime for the Otway Ranges, Victoria, Australia? Developing a long-term fuel management strategy using the structured decision-making framework
Gazzard et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 354-370

Where to prescribe burn: the costs and benefits of prescribed burning close to houses
Florec et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:5, pp 440-458

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