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Volume 12, Issue 1 – 2016

Classic Article


The Passing of the Lolo Trail, with an Introduction by Andrew J. Larson
Author:
Elers Koch
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Does Prescribed Fire Promote Resistance to Drought in Low Elevation Forests of the Sierra Nevada, California, USA?
Authors:
Phillip J. van Mantgem, Anthony C. Caprio, Nathan L. Stevenson, and Adrian J. Das
Abstract | PDF

Mechanisms Enabling a Fire Sensitive Plant to Survive Frequent Fires in South-West Australian Eucalypt Forests
Authors: Neil Burrows and Ted Middleton
Abstract | PDF

A New Method Comparing Snowmelt Timing with Annual Area Burned
Authors: Donal S. O’Leary III, Trevor D. Bloom, Jacob C. Smith, Christopher R. Zemp, and Michael J. Medler
Abstract | PDF

Patterns and Trends in Burned Area and Fire Severity from 1984 to 2010 in the Sierra De San Pedro Mártir, Baja California, Mexico
Authors: Hiram Rivera-Huerta, Hugh Safford, and Jay D. Miller
Abstract | PDF

Fuel Moisture Differences in a Mixed Native and Non-Native Grassland: Implications for Fire Regimes
Authors: Amy C. Livingston and J. Morgan Varner III
Abstract | PDF

Ignition Patterns Influence Fire Severity and Plant Communities in Pacific Northwest, USA, Prairies
Authors: R. Adam Martin and Sarah T. Hamman
Abstract | PDF

Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinions


The Interagency Fuels Treatment Decision Support System: Functionality for Fuels Treatment Planning
Authors: Stacy A. Drury, H. Michael Rauscher, Erin M. Banwell, ShihMing Huang, and Tami L. Lavezzo
Abstract | PDF

Book Review


Firestick Ecology: Fairdinkum Science in Plain English
Author: Lachlan McCaw
Abstract | PDF

Volume 11, Issue 3 – 2015

Classic Article


Present Studies and History of Burning in Greece, with an Introduction by Vasilios P. Papanastasis
Author: Leonidas G. Liacos
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Lichen Community Response to Prescribed Burning and Thinning in Southern Pine Forests of the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain, USA
Authors: David G. Ray, Jason W. Barton, and James C. Lendemer
Abstract | PDF

Simulating Grassland Prescribed Fires Using Experimental Approaches
Authors: Katherine C. Kral, Ryan F. Limb, Torre J. Hovick, Devan A. McGranahan, Aaron L. Field, and Peter L. O’Brien
Abstract | PDF

Soil Carbon and Nutrient Recovery after High-Severity Wildfire in Mexico
Authors: Shatya D. Quintero-Gradilla, Felipe García-Oliva, Ramón Cuevas-Guzmán, Enrique J. Jardel-Peláez, and Angelina Martínez-Yrizar
Abstract | PDF

Variability in Fire Prescriptions to Promote Wildlife Foods in the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem
Authors: Marcus A. Lashley, M. Colter Chitwood, Craig A. Harper, Christopher S. DePerno, and Christopher E. Moorman
Abstract | PDF

Approximation of Fire-Return Intervals with Point Samples in the Southern Range of the Coast Redwood Forest, California, USA
Authors: Gregory A. Jones and Will Russell
Abstract | PDF

Recovery of Tall Open Eucalypt Forest in South-Western Australia following Complete Crown Scorch
Authors: Lachlan McCaw and Ted Middleton
Abstract | PDF

A Case Study Comparison of LANDFIRE Fuel Loading and Emissions Generation on a Mixed Conifer Forest in Northern Idaho, USA
Authors: Josh Hyde, Eva K. Strand, Andrew T. Hudak, and Dale Hamilton
Abstract | PDF

Review Article


Faunal Responses to Fire in Chaparral and Sage Scrub in California, USA
Authors: Elizabeth F. van Mantgem, Jon E. Keeley, and Marti Witter
Abstract | PDF

Book Review


Current International Perspectives on Wildland Fires, Mankind and the Environment
Author: Ernesto Alvarado
Abstract | PDF

Volume 11, Issue 2 – 2015

Classic Article


The Desert Grassland, Past and Present, with an Introduction by Mitchel P. McClaran
Author: Robert R. Humphrey
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Calibration and Validation of Immediate Post-Fire Satellite-Derived Data to Three Severity Metrics
Authors: Jay D. Miller and Brad Quayle
Abstract | PDF

Vegetation Response to Burn Severity, Native Grass Seeding, and Salvage Logging
Authors: Penelope Morgan, Marshell Moy, Christine A. Droske, Sarah A. Lewis, Leigh B. Lentile, Peter R. Robichaud, Andrew T. Hudak, and Christopher J. Williams
Abstract | PDF

Principles of Effective USA Federal Fire Management Plans
Authors: Marc D. Meyer, Susan L. Roberts, Robin Wills, Matthew L. Brooks, and Eric M. Winford
Abstract | PDF

Fire Enhances Whitebark Pine Seedling Establishment, Survival, and Growth
Author: Judy L. Perkins
Abstract | PDF

Pile Burning Effects on Soil Water Repellency, Infiltration, and Downslope Water Chemistry in the Lake Tahoe Basin, USA
Authors: Ken R. Hubbert, Matt Busse, Steve Overby, Carol Shestak, and Ross Gerrard
Abstract | PDF

Impacts of Fire on Snowshoe Hares in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA
Authors: Ellen Cheng, Karen E. Hodges, and L. Scott Mills
Abstract | PDF

Volume 11, Issue 1 – 2015

Classic Article


The Characterization of Fires in Relation to Ecological Studies, with an Introduction by Neil Burrows
Authors: A.G. McArthur and N.P. Cheney
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Ecological Implications of Fine-Scale Fire Patchiness and Severity in Tropical Savannas of Northern Australia
Authors: Sofia L.J. Oliveira, Manuel L. Campagnolo, Owen F. Price, Andrew C. Edwards, Jeremy Russell-Smith, and José M.C. Pereira
Abstract | PDF

Fire Emissions and Carbon Uptake in Severely Burned Lenga Beech (Nothofagus pumilio) Forests of Patagonia, Argentina
Authors: Maria Lila Bertolin, Maria Florencia Urretavizcaya, and Guillermo Emilio Defossé
Abstract | PDF

Fire Regime, Climate, and Vegetation in the Sierras de Córdoba, Argentina
Authors: Juan P. Argañaraz, Gregorio Gavier Pizarro, Marcelo Zak, and Laura M. Bellis
Abstract | PDF

Relative Bark Thickness is Correlated with Tree Species Distributions along a Fire Frequency Gradient
Authors: Jennifer L. Schafer, Bradley P. Breslow, Matthew G. Hohmann, and William A. Hoffmann
Abstract | PDF

Assessment of Experiential Education in Prescribed Burning for Current and Future Natural Resource Managers
Authors: John D. Scasta, John R. Weir, and David M. Engle
Abstract | PDF

Predicting Burned Areas of Forest Fires: an Artificial Intelligence Approach
Authors: Mauro Castelli, Leonardo Vanneschi, and Aleš Popovič
Abstract | PDF

The Effects of Ash and Black Carbon (Biochar) on Germination of Different Tree Species
Authors: Otilia Reyes, Joeri Kaal, Diego Arán, Raquel Gago, Javier Bernal, Juan García-Duro, and Margarita Basanta
Abstract | PDF

Volume 10, Issue 3 – 2014

Classic Article


The Ecological Role of Fire in Natural Conifer Forests of Western and Northern North America—Introduction, with an Introduction by Martin E. Alexander
Authors: Herbert E. Wright, Jr and Miron L. Heinselman
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Quaking Aspen Regeneration following Prescribed Fire in Lassen Volcanic National Park, California, USA
Authors: Ellis Q. Margolis and Calvin A. Farris
Abstract | PDF

Vegetation Recovery and Fuel Reduction after Seasonal Burning of Western Juniper
Authors: Jonathan D. Bates, Rory O’Connor, and Kirk W. Davies
Abstract | PDF

Vegetation Response after Post-Fire Mulching and Native Grass Seeding
Authors: Penelope Morgan, Marshell Moy, Christine A. Droske, Leigh B. Lentile, Sarah A. Lewis, Peter R. Robichaud, and Andrew T. Hudak
Abstract | PDF

Minimal Persistence of Native Bunchgrasses Seven Years after Seeding following Mastication and Prescribed Fire in Southwestern Oregon, USA
Authors: Laura M. Busby and Darlene Southworth
Abstract | PDF

Historical Pyrogeography of Texas, USA
Authors: Michael C. Stambaugh, Jeffrey C. Sparks, and E.R. Abadir
Abstract | PDF

Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinions


Making a World of Difference in Fire and Climate Change
Author: Mary R. Huffman
Abstract | PDF

Classic Article


Barriers to Understanding the Influence of Use of Fire by Aborigines on Vegetation, with an Introduction by M. Kat Anderson
Author: Omer C. Stewart
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Modeling Wildfire Spread in Mountain Pine Beetle-Affected Forest Stands, British Columbia, Canada
Authors: Daniel D.B. Perrakis, Rick A. Lanoville, Stephen W. Taylor, and Dana Hicks
Abstract | PDF

Characteristics of Burns Conducted under Modified Prescriptions to Mitigate Limited Fuels in a Semi-Arid Grassland
Authors: David J. Augustine, Justin D. Derner, and David P. Smith
Abstract | PDF

Changes in Severity Distribution after Subsequent Fires on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA
Authors: Valentijn Hoff, Casey C. Teske, James P. Riddering, LLoyd P. Queen, Eric G. Gdula, and Windy A. Bunn
Abstract | PDF

Modeling Climate-Fire Connections within the Great Basin and
Upper Colorado River Basin, Western United States
Authors: James D. Arnold, Simon C. Brewer, and Philip E. Dennison
Abstract | PDF

A Comparison of Rangeland Monitoring Techniques for Modeling Herbaceous Fuels and Forage in Central Arizona, USA
Authors: Edward C. Rhodes, Doug R. Tolleson, Jay P. Angerer, John A. Kava, Judith Dyess, and Tessa Nicolet
Abstract | PDF

Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinions


Student Wildland Fire Groups: Common Challenges and Shared Solutions
Authors: Daniel S. Godwin and Jena Ferrarese
Abstract | PDF

Volume 10, Issue 1 – 2014

Classic Article


Fire as an Ecological and Silvicultural Factor, with an Introduction by Jan W. van Wagtendonk
Author: Harold Weaver
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Northern Rockies Pyrogeography: An Example of Fire Atlas Utility
Authors: Penelope Morgan, Emily K. Heyerdahl, Carol Miller, Aaron M. Wilson, and Carly E. Gibson
Abstract | PDF

Post-Fire Seeding in Western United States Forests: Perspectives of Resource Managers
Authors: Donna L. Peppin, Anne L. Mottek-Lucas, and Peter Z. Fulé
Abstract | PDF

Survival and Recovery Following Wildfire in the Southern Range of the Coast Redwood Forest
Authors: Rachel Lazzeri-Aerts and Will Russell
Abstract | PDF

Intercomparison of Fire Size, Fuel Loading, Fuel Consumption, and Smoke Emissions Estimates on the 2006 Tripod Fire, Washington, USA
Authors: Stacy A. Drury, Narasimhan (Sim) Larkin, Tara T. Strand, ShihMing Huang, Scott J. Strenfel, Theresa E. O’Brien, and Sean M. Raffuse
Abstract | PDF

Book Reviews


Vegetation Fires and Global Change
Author: David L. Peterson
Abstract | PDF

Fire in Mediterranean Ecosystems: Ecology, Evolution and Management
Author: David L. Peterson
Abstract | PDF

Fire on Earth: An Introduction
Author: Leda N. Kobziar
Abstract | PDF

Volume 9, Issue 3 – 2013

Classic Article


Is The Longleaf Type a Climax?, with an Introduction by Brian P. Oswald
Author: H.H. Chapman
Abstract | PDF

Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinions


Human Fires and Wildfires on Sydney Sandstones: History Informs Management
Authors: Vic Jurskis and Roger Underwood
Abstract | PDF

Short Communication


Lepidoptera Pest Species Response to Mid-Summer Fire
Authors: T.R. Evans, C.J.M. Musters, E.D. Cashatt, and G.R. de Snoo
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Foliar Consumption Across a Sudden Oak Death Chronosequence in Laboratory Fires
Authors: Howard Kuljian and J. Morgan Varner III
Abstract | PDF

Unauthorized Firesetting as Socioecological Disturbance: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of Incendiary Wildfires in Georgia, USA, 1987-2010
Author: Michael R. Coughlan
Abstract | PDF

Short-Term Effects of Repeated Wildfires in Oak-Juniper Woodlands
Authors: Charlotte M. Reemts and Laura L. Hansen
Abstract | PDF

Seasonal Variation in Flammability Characteristics of Quercus marilandica and Quercus stellata Leaf Litter Burned in the Laboratory
Authors: John R. Weir and Ryan F. Limb
Abstract | PDF

Fire Effects on Basal Area, Tiller Production, and Mortality of the C4 Bunchgrass, Purple Threeawn
Authors: Dustin J. Strong, Amy C. Ganguli, and Lance T. Vermeire
Abstract | PDF

Book Review


Prescribed Burning in Fire-Prone Landscapes
Authors: C. Alina Cansler and Andrew J. Larson
Abstract | PDF

Volume 9, Issue 2 – 2013

Classic Article


The Disappearance of the Tropical Forests of Africa, with an Introduction by Mark A. Cochrane
Author: Andre Marie Aubreville
Abstract | PDF

Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinions


Opportunities for Improved Fire Use and Management in California: Lessons from Western Australia
Authors: Rick J. Sneeuwjagt, Tim S. Kline, and Scott L. Stephens
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Creating Hotter Fires in the Sonoran Desert: Buffelgrass Produces Copious Fuels and High Fire Temperatures
Authors: Christopher J. McDonald and Guy R. McPherson
Abstract | PDF

The Influence of Fire on the Radiocarbon Signature and Character of Soil Organic Matter in the Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon, USA
Authors: Katherine Heckman, John L. Campbell, Heath Powers, Beverly E. Law, and Chris SwanstonAbstract | PDF

Potential Effects of Disturbance Types and Environmental Variability on Sagebrush-Steppe Community Dynamics
Authors: Louisa B. Evers, Richard F. Miller, and Paul S. Doescher
Abstract | PDF

The Landfire Refresh Strategy: Updating the National Dataset
Authors: Kurtis J. Nelson, Joel Connot, Birgit Peterson, and Charley Martin
Abstract | PDF

Contrasting Fire Regimes in a Seasonally Dry Tropical Forest and a Savanna Ecosystem in the Western Ghats, India
Author: Narendran Kodandapani
Abstract | PDF

Book Review


Ignition Stories: Indigenous Fire Ecology in the Indo-Australian Monsoon Zone
Author: Don L. Hankins
Abstract | PDF

Volume 9, Issue 1 – 2013

Introduction


Fire and Water: New Perspectives on Fire’s Role In Shaping Wetland Ecosystems
Authors: Todd Z. Osborne, Leda N. Kobziar, and Patrick W. Inglett
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Fire Effects on Nitrogen Cycling in Native and Restored Calcareous Wetlands
Authors: Xiaolin Liao, Patrick W. Inglett, and Kanika S. Inglett
Abstract | PDF

Impacts of Fire on Microbial Carbon Cycling in Subtropical Wetlands
Authors: Cassandra A. Medvedeff, Kanika S. Inglett, Leda N. Kobziar, and Patrick W. Inglett
Abstract | PDF

Tree Island Response to Fire and Flooding in the Short-Hydroperiod Marl Prairie Grasslands of the Florida Everglades, USA
Authors: Pablo L. Ruiz, Jay P. Sah, Michael S. Ross, and Adam A. Spitzig
Abstract | PDF

Multi-Year Salutary Effects of Windstorm and Fire on River Cane
Authors: Paul R. Gagnon, Heather A. Passmore, and William J. Platt
Abstract | PDF

Dynamics of Mangrove-Marsh Ecotones in Subtropical Coastal Wetlands: Fire, Sea-Level Rise, and Water Levels
Authors: Thomas J. Smith III, Ann M. Foster, Ginger Tiling-Range, and John W. Jones
Abstract | PDF

Foraging Wading Bird (Ciconiiformes) Attraction to Prescribed Burns in an Oligotrophic Wetland
Authors: Louise S. Venne and Peter C. Frederick
Abstract | PDF

Evaluating Methods to Restore Amphibian Habitat in Fire-Suppressed Pine Flatwoods Wetlands
Authors: Thomas A. Gorman, Carola A. Haas, and John G. Himes
Abstract | PDF

Successional and Transitional Models of Natural South Florida, USA, Plant Communities
Authors: Michael J. Duever and Richard E. Roberts
Abstract | PDF

Smoldering Combustion and Ground Fires: Ecological Effects and Multi-Scale Significance
Authors: Adam C. Watts and Leda N. Kobziar
Abstract | PDF

Wetland Fire Scar Monitoring and Analysis Using Archival Landsat Data for the Everglades
Authors: John W. Jones, Annette E. Hall, Ann M. Foster, and Thomas J. Smith III
Abstract | PDF

Volume 8, Issue 3 – 2012

Classic Article


Fire-Stick Farming, with an Introduction by Aaron M. Petty
Author: Rhys Jones
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Fuel Conditions Associated with Native and Exotic Grasses in a Subtropical Dry Forest in Puerto Rico
Authors: Jarrod M. Thaxton, Skip J. Van Bloem, and Stefanie Whitmire
Abstract | PDF

The Role of Fire-Return Interval and Season of Burn in Snag Dynamics in a South Florida Slash Pine Forest
Authors: John D. Lloyd, Gary L. Slater, and James R. Snyder
Abstract | PDF

Time Since Fire Affects Ectoparasite Prevalence on Lizards in the Florida Scrub Ecosystem
Authors: Earl D. McCoy, Joseph M. Styga, Carol E. Rizkalla, and Henry R. Mushinsky
Abstract | PDF

Trends in Wildfire Severity: 1984 to 2010 in the Sierra Nevada, Modoc Plateau, and Southern Cascades, California, USA
Authors: Jay D. Miller and Hugh Safford
Abstract | PDF

Biomass and Burning Characteristics of Sugar Pine Cones
Authors: Anton T. Gabrielson, Andrew J. Larson, James A. Lutz, and James J. Reardon
Abstract | PDF

Monitoring Live Fuel Moisture Using Soil Moisture and Remote Sensing Proxies
Authors: Yi Qi, Philip E. Dennison, Jessica Spencer, and David Riaño
Abstract | PDF

Simulated Effects of Two Fire Regimes on Bighorn Sheep: the San Gabriel Mountains, California, USA
Authors: Stephen A. Holl, Vernon C. Bleich, Barry W. Callenberger, and Bernard Bahro
Abstract | PDF

Aspen Restoration in the Eastern Sierra Nevada: Effectiveness of Prescribed Fire and Conifer Removal
Authors: Kevin D. Krasnow, Anne S. Halford, and Scott L. Stephens
Abstract | PDF

Book Review


A Future in Flames
Author: John D. Scasta
Abstract | PDF

Volume 8, Issue 2 – 2012

Classic Article


Fire: Its Influence on Biotic Communities and Physical Factors in South and East Africa, with an introduction by Brian W. van Wilgen
Author: John F.V. Phillips
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Post-Fire Effects in Wetland Environments: Landscape Assessment of Plant Coverage and Soil Recovery in the Parana River Delta Marshes, Argentina
Authors: Mercedes Salvia, Dario Ceballos, Francisco Grings, Haydee Karszenbaum, and Patricia Kandus
Abstract | PDF

Spatial Variation in Postfire Cheatgrass: Dinosaur National Monument, USA
Authors: Kirk R. Sherrill and William H. Romme
Abstract | PDF

Characteristics of Information Available on Fire and Invasive Plants in the Eastern United States
Authors: Corey L. Gucker, Kris Zouhar, Jane Kapler Smith, and Katharine R. Stone
Abstract | PDF

Characterizing Fire-on-Fire Interactions in Three Large Wilderness Areas
Authors: Casey C. Teske, Carl A. Seielstad, and LLoyd P. Queen
Abstract | PDF

Seed Viability and Fire-Related Temperature Treatments in Serotinous California Native Hesperocyparis Species
Authors: Kate L. Milich, John D. Stuart, J. Morgan Varner III, and Kyle E. Merriam
Abstract | PDF

Quantifying the Threat of Unsuppressed Wildfires Reaching the Adjacent Wildland-Urban Interface on the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming, USA
Authors: Joe H. Scott, Donald J. Helmbrecht, Sean A. Parks, and Carol Miller
Abstract | PDF

Post-Fire Soil Water Repellency, Hydrologic Response, and Sediment Yield Compared Between Grass-Converted and Chaparral Watersheds
Authors: Ken R. Hubbert, Pete M. Wohlgemuth, Jan L. Beyers, Marcia G. Narog, and Ross Gerrard
Abstract | PDF

Short Communication


Fire History in California’s Southern Sierra Nevada Blue Oak Woodlands
Authors: Richard B. Standiford, Ralph L. Phillips, and Neil K. McDougald
Abstract | PDF

Classic Article


Forest Fires in Northern Canada, with an Introduction by Martin E. Alexander
Author: Robert Bell
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Factors Associated with the Severity of Intersecting Fires in Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Authors: Jan W. van Wagtendonk, Kent A. van Wagtendonk, and Andrea E. Thode
Abstract | PDF

Shrub Seed Banks in Mixed Conifer Forests of Northern California and the Role of Fire in Regulating Abundance
Authors: Eric E. Knapp, C. Phillip Weatherspoon, and Carl N. Skinner
Abstract | PDF Appendices: Appendix I | Appendix II

Age and Structure of Mature Knobcone Pine Forests in the Northern California Coast Range, USA
Authors: Danny L. Fry, James Dawson, and Scott L. Stephens
Abstract | PDF

Crawfish Frog Behavioral Differences in Postburned and Vegetated Grasslands
Authors: Nathan J. Engbrecht and Michael J. Lannoo
Abstract | PDF

Modelling Fire Ignition Probability from Satellite Estimates of Live Fuel Moisture Content
Authors: Sara Jurdao, Emilio Chuvieco, and Jorge M. Arevalillo
Abstract | PDF

Wildfire Consumption and Interannual Impacts by Land Cover in Alaskan Boreal Forest
Authors: Crystal A. Kolden and John T. Abatzoglou
Abstract | PDF

Volume 7, Issue 3 – 2011

Introduction


Message from the Editor
Author: James K. Agee
Abstract | PDF

Classic Article


The Relation of Forests and Forest Fires by Gifford Pinchot, with an Introduction by James K. Agee
Author: Gifford Pinchot
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Post-Fire Growth Strategies of Resprouting Florida Scrub Vegetation
Authors: Andrea J. Maguire and Eric S. Menges
Abstract | PDF Appendices: Appendix I

A Summary of Fire Frequency Estimates for California Vegetation before Euro-American Settlement
Authors: Kip M. Van de Water and Hugh Safford
Abstract | PDF

Fire Effects on Perennial Vegetation in the Western Colorado Desert, USA
Authors: Robert J. Steers and Edith B. Allen
Abstract | PDF

Long-Term Post-Fire Effects on Spatial Ecology and Reproductive Output of Female Agassiz’s Desert Tortoises (Gopherus agassizii) at a Wind Energy Facility near Palm Springs, California, USA
Authors: Jeffrey E. Lovich, Joshua R. Ennen, Sheila V. Madrak, Caleb L. Loughran, Katherin P. Meyer, Terence R. Arundel, and Curtis D. Bjurlin
Abstract | PDF

Historical Stand-Replacing Fire in Upper Montane Forests of the Madrean Sky Islands and Mogollon Plateau, Southwestern USA
Authors: Ellis Q. Margolis, Thomas W. Swetnam, and Craig D. Allen
Abstract | PDF

Short- and Long-Term Effects on Fuels, Forest Structure, and Wildfire Potential from Prescribed Fire and Resource Benefit Fire in Southwestern Forests, USA
Authors: Molly E. Hunter, Jose M. Iniguez, and Leigh B. Lentile
Abstract | PDF

Book Review


Prairie Fire: A Great Plains History
Author: Jan W. van Wagtendonk
Abstract | PDF

Volume 7, Issue 2 – 2011

Introduction


Message from the Editor
Author: Jan W. van Wagtendonk
Abstract | PDF

Research Articles


Giant Sequoia Regeneration in Groves Exposed to Wildfire and Retention Harvest
Authors: Marc D. Meyer and Hugh Safford
Abstract | PDF

Seed Bank Changes with Time-since-Fire in Florida Rosemary Scrub
Authors: Jennifer J. Navarra, Nancy Kohfeldt, Eric S. Menges, and Pedro F. Quintana-Ascencio
Abstract | PDF

The Effects of Conifer Encroachment and Overstory Structure on Fuels and Fire in an Oak Woodland Landscape
Authors: Eamon A. Engber, J. Morgan Varner III, Leonel A. Arguello, and Neil G. Sugihara
Abstract | PDF

Fire Frequency, Area Burned, and Severity: A Quantitative Approach to Defining a Normal Fire Year
Authors: James A. Lutz, Carl H. Key, Crystal A. Kolden, Jonathan T. Kane, and Jan W. van Wagtendonk
Abstract | PDF

Vegetation Responses to Changing Fire Regimes in a Rocky Mountain Forest
Authors: Thomas A. Minckley and Robert K. Shriver
Abstract | PDF

Wildfires Alter Rodent Community Structure across Four Vegetation Types in Southern California, USA
Authors: Cheryl S. Brehme, Denise R. Clark, Carlton J. Rochester, and Robert N. Fisher
Abstract | PDF

Comparison of Burn Severities of Consecutive Large-Scale Fires in Florida Sand Pine Scrub Using Satellite Imagery Analysis
Authors: David R. Godwin and Leda N. Kobziar
Abstract | PDF

Landscape-Scale Vegetation Change following Fire in Point Reyes, California, USA
Authors: Alison B. Forrestel, Max A. Moritz, and Scott L. Stephens
Abstract | PDF

Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinions


Amphibian Responses to Wildfire in the Western United States: Emerging Patterns from Short-Term Studies
Authors: Blake R. Hossack and David S. Pilliod
Abstract | PDF

Short Communication


Burn Severity and Non-Native Species in Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Authors: Kristen M. Kaczynski, Susan W. Beatty, Jan W. van Wagtendonk, and Kristin N. Marshall
Abstract | PDF

Volume 7, Issue 1 – 2011

Introduction


Special Issue: 4th International Fire Congress: Fire as a Global Process
Authors: Francisco Seijo, Robert W. Gray, and Sandra Rideout-Hanzak
Abstract | PDF

Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinionss


Australia – A Model System for the Development of Pyrogeography
Authors: David M.J.S. Bowman and Brett P. Murphy
Abstract | PDF

Speculations about the Effects of Fire and Lava Flows on Human Evolution
Author: Michael J. Medler
Abstract | PDF

The Use of Fire in the Cerrado and Amazonian Rainforests of Brazil: Past and Present
Author: Vânia R. Pivello
Abstract | PDF

The Present Status of Fire Ecology, Traditional Use of Fire, and Fire Management in Mexico and Central America
Authors: Dante Arturo Rodríguez-Trejo, Pedro Arturo Martínez-Hernández, Hector Ortiz-Contla, Manuel Román Chavarría-Sánchez, and Faustino Hernández-Santiago
Abstract | PDF

Personal Perspectives on Commercial Versus Communal African Fire Paradigms when Using Fire to Manage Rangelands for Domestic Livestock and Wildlife in Southern and East African Ecosystems
Author: Winston S.W. Trollope
Abstract | PDF

Burning at the Edge: Integrating Biophysical and Eco-Cultural Fire Processes in Canada’s Parks and Protected Areas
Authors: Clifford A. White, Daniel D.B. Perrakis, Victor G. Kafka, and Timothy Ennis
Abstract | PDF

Your Fire Management Career – Make It Count!
Author: Dale D. Wade
Abstract | PDF Appendices: Appendix I

Volume 6, Issue 3 – 2010

Research Articles


Germination Patterns of Soil Seed Banks in Relation to Fire in Portuguese Littoral Pine Forest Vegetation
Authors: Lourdes Santos, Jorge Capelo, and Mário Tavares
Abstract | PDF

Impact of Climate Change on Forest Fire Severity and Consequences for Carbon Stocks in Boreal Forest Stands of Quebec, Canada: A Synthesis
Authors: Simon van Bellen, Michelle Garneau, and Yves Bergeron
Abstract | PDF

Historic Fire Regime of an Upland Oak Forest in South-Central North America
Authors: Ryan DeSantis, Stephen W. Hallgren, and David W. Stahle
Abstract | PDF

Fire-Excluded Relict Forests in the Southeastern Klamath Mountains, California, USA
Authors: Carlos M. Leonzo and Christopher R. Keyes
Abstract | PDF

Burn Severity of Areas Reburned by Wildfires in the Gila National Forest, New Mexico, USA
Authors: Zachary A. Holden, Penelope Morgan, and Andrew T. Hudak
Abstract | PDF

Native Bunchgrass Response to Prescribed Fire in Ungrazed Mountain Big Sagebrush Ecosystems
Authors: Lisa M. Ellsworth and J. Boone Kauffman
Abstract | PDF

The Effects of Raking on Sugar Pine Mortality Following Prescribed Fire in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, California, USA
Authors: Jonathan C.B. Nesmith, Kevin L. OHara, Phillip J. van Mantgem, and Perry de Valpine
Abstract | PDF

Spatially Heterogeneous Estimates of Fire Frequency in Ponderosa Pine Forests of Washington, USA
Authors: James T. Kernan and Amy E. Hessl
Abstract | PDF

Short Communication


Acorn Dispersal of California Black Oak after a Stand-Replacing Fire
Authors: Mark I. Borchert and Claudia M. Tyler
Abstract | PDF

Book Review


Living with Fire: Fire Ecology and Policy for the Twenty-First Century
Author: Neil G. Sugihara
Abstract | PDF

Volume 6, Issue 2 – 2010

Research Articles


Acute Physiological Stress and Mortality Following Fire in a Long-Unburned Longleaf Pine Ecosystem
Authors: Joseph J. OBrien, Kevin J. Hiers, R.J. Mitchell, J. Morgan Varner III, and Kathryn Mordecai
Abstract | PDF

Does Time Since Fire Explain Plant Biomass Allocation in the Florida, USA, Scrub Ecosystem?
Authors: Sonali Saha, Alessandro Catenazzi, and Eric S. Menges
Abstract | PDF

Bark Beetle Responses to Stand Structure and Prescribed Fire at Blacks Mountain Experimental Forest, California, USA: 5-Year Data
Authors: Christopher J. Fettig and Stephen R. McKelvey
Abstract | PDF

Indigenous Fire Use to Manage Savanna Landscapes in Southern Mozambique
Author: L. Jen Shaffer
Abstract | PDF

Prescribed Fire and Post-Fire Seeding in Brush Masticated Oak-Chaparral: Consequences for Native and Non-Native Plants
Authors: Celeste T. Coulter, Darlene Southworth, and Paul E. Hosten
Abstract | PDF Appendices: Appendix I

Does Fuels Management Accomplish Restoration in Southwest Oregon, USA, Chaparral? Insights from Age Structure
Authors: Olivia C. Duren and Patricia S. Muir
Abstract | PDF

Using Fire History Data to Map Temporal Sequences of Fire Return Intervals and Seasons
Authors: Roy S. Wittkuhn and Tom Hamilton
Abstract | PDF

Book Review


Conducting Prescribed Fires: A Comprehensive Manual
Author: Brian P. Oswald
Abstract | PDF

Volume 6, Issue 1 – 2010

Introduction


Introduction: Strengthening the Foundation of Wildland Fire Effects Prediction for Research and Management
Authors: Matthew B. Dickinson and Kevin C. Ryan
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Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinionss


Fire Metrology: Current and Future Directions in Physics-Based Measurements
Authors: Robert L. Kremens, Alistair M.S. Smith, and Matthew B. Dickinson
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Advancing Investigation and Physical Modeling of First-Order Fire Effects on Soils
Authors: William J. Massman, John M. Frank, and Sacha J. Mooney
Abstract | PDF Appendices: Appendix I

Tree Injury and Mortality in Fires: Developing Process-Based Models
Authors: Bret W. Butler and Matthew B. Dickinson
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A Way Forward for Fire-Caused Tree Mortality Prediction: Modeling a Physiological Consequence of Fire
Authors: Kathleen Kavanagh, Matthew B. Dickinson, and Anthony S. Bova
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First-Order Fire Effects on Herbs and Shrubs: Present Knowledge and Process Modeling Needs
Authors: Kirsten Stephan, Melanie Miller, and Matthew B. Dickinson
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First-Order Fire Effects on Animals: Review and Recommendations
Author: R. Todd Engstrom
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First-Order Fire Effects Models for Land Management: Overview and Issues
Authors: Elizabeth D. Reinhardt and Matthew B. Dickinson
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Volume 5, Issue 3 – 2009

Introduction


Special Issue: Fire History in California
Author: Thomas W. Swetnam
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Research Articles


Fire History of a Lower Elevation Jeffrey Pine-Mixed Conifer Forest in the Eastern Sierra Nevada, California, USA
Authors: Nicole M. Vaillant and Scott L. Stephens
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Climate, Rain Shadow, and Human-Use Influences on Fire Regimes in the Eastern Sierra Nevada, California, USA
Authors: Malcolm P. North, Kip M. Van de Water, Scott L. Stephens, and Brandon M. Collins
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Using Bigcone Douglas-Fir Fire Scars and Tree Rings to Reconstruct Interior Chaparral Fire History
Authors: Keith J. Lombardo, Thomas W. Swetnam, Christopher H. Baisan, and Mark I. Borchert
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Top-Down and Bottom-Up Controls on Fire Regimes along an Elevational Gradient on the East Slope of the Sierra Nevada, California, USA
Authors: Lisa Gill and Alan H. Taylor
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Human and Climatic Influences on Fire Occurrence in California’s North Coast Range, USA
Authors: Carl N. Skinner, Celeste S. Abbot, Danny L. Fry, Scott L. Stephens, Alan H. Taylor, and Valerie Trouet
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Fire History, Stand Origins, and the Persistence of McNab Cypress, Northern California, USA
Author: Chris R. Mallek
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Multi-Millennial Fire History of the Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park, California, USA
Authors: Thomas W. Swetnam, Christopher H. Baisan, Anthony C. Caprio, Peter M. Brown, Ramzi Touchan, R. Scott Anderson, and Douglas J. Hallett
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Volume 5, Issue 2 – 2009

Research Articles


Effects of Creating Two Forest Structures and Using Prescribed Fire on Coarse Woody Debris in Northeastern California, USA
Authors: Fabian C.C. Uzoh and Carl N. Skinner
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Effect of Fuel Treatments on Fuels and Potential Fire Behavior in California, USA, National Forests
Authors: Nicole M. Vaillant, JoAnn Fites-Kaufman, Alicia L. Reiner, Erin K. Noonan-Wright, and Scott N. Dailey
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Interactions among Prescribed Fire, Soil Attributes, and Mycorrhizal Community Structure at Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA
Authors: Matthew J. Trappe, Kermit Cromack Jr., James M. Trappe, Daniel D.B. Perrakis, Efren Cazares-Gonzales, Michael A. Castellano, and Steven L. Miller
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Fire, Drought, and Human History near the Western Terminus of the Cross Timbers, Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma, USA
Authors: Michael C. Stambaugh, Richard P. Guyette, Ralph Godfrey, E.R. McMurry, and J.M. Marschall
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Long-Term Effects of High Intensity Prescribed Fire on Vegetation Dynamics in the Wine Spring Creek Watershed, Western North Carolina, USA
Authors: Katherine J. Elliott, James M. Vose, and Ronald L. Hendrick
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Changes in Fire Severity across Gradients of Climate, Fire Size, and Topography: A Landscape Ecological Perspective
Authors: Sandra L. Haire and Kevin McGarigal
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Quantifying Char in Postfire Woody Detritus Inventories
Authors: Daniel C. Donato, John L. Campbell, Joseph B. Fontaine, and Beverly E. Law
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Negligible Influence of Spatial Autocorrelation in the Assessment of Fire Effects in a Mixed Conifer Fores
Authors: Phillip J. van Mantgem and Dylan W. Schwilk
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Short Communication


Comparing Locally Derived and LANDFIRE Geo-Layers in the Great Basin, USA
Authors: Louis Provencher, Kori Blankenship, Jim Smith, Jeff Campbell, and Mike Polly
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Volume 5, Issue 1 – 2009

Introduction


Special Issue: Fire in the Southwest: Integrating Fire Into Management of Changing Ecosystems
Authors: Carolyn H. Sieg, Peter Z. Fulé, Molly E. Hunter, Craig D. Allen, Matthew L. Brooks, and Randy Balice
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Research Articles


Spatially and Temporally Variable Fire Regime on Rincon Peak, Arizona, USA
Authors: Jose M. Iniguez, Thomas W. Swetnam, and Christopher H. Baisan
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Smoke-cued Emergence in Plant Species of Ponderosa Pine Forests: Contrasting Greenhouse and Field Results
Author: Scott R. Abella
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Post-wildfire Recovery of Riparian Vegetation during a Period of Water Scarcity in the Southwestern USA
Authors: D. Max Smith, Deborah M. Finch, Christian Gunning, Roy Jemison, and Jeffrey F. Kelly
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Do Plant Invasions Change the Effects of Fire on Animals?
Authors: Robert J. Steidl and Andrea R. Litt
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Predicted Fire Behavior and Societal Benefits in Three Eastern Sierra Nevada Vegetation Types
Authors: Christopher A. Dicus, Kenneth Delfino, and David R. Weise
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A Short Communication: A 43-year Evaluation of a Prescribed Fire: An Arizona Case Study
Authors: Peter F. Ffolliott, Cody L. Stropki, and Aaron T. Kauffman
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Private-public Collaboration to Reintroduce Fire Into the Changing Ecosystems of the Southwestern Borderlands Region
Authors: Gerald J. Gottfried, Larry S. Allen, Peter L. Warren, Bill McDonald, Ronald J. Bemis, and Carleton B. Edminster
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Evaluating the Ecological Sustainability of a Ponderosa Pine Ecosystem on the Kaibab Plateau in Northern Arizona
Authors: Reuben Weisz, Jack Triepke, and Russ Truman
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Emergency Post-fire Rehabilitation Treatment Effects on Burned Area Ecology and Long-term Restoration
Authors: Peter R. Robichaud, Sarah A. Lewis, Robert E. Brown, and Louise E. Ashmun
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Post-Wildland fire Desertification: Can Rehabilitation Treatments Make a Difference?
Author: Daniel G. Neary
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Volume 4, Issue 2 – 2008

Introduction


Special Issue: Fire and Wildlife Interactions
Author: Susan L. Roberts
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Research Articles


Wildland Fire: An Opportunistic Event for Reintroducing a Native Salmonid
Authors: Julie E. Korb, Jim White, and Mike Japhet
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Red-headed Woodpecker Density and Productivity in Relation to Time Since Fire in Burned Pine Forests
Authors: Kerri T. Vierling and Dale J. Gentry
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American Three-toed Woodpecker Response to Burn Severity and Prey Availability at Multiple Spatial Scales
Authors: Natasha B. Kotliar, Elizabeth W. Reynolds, and Douglas H. Deutschman
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Wintering Grassland Bird Habitat Selection Following Summer Prescribed Fire in a Texas Gulf Coast Tallgrass Prairie
Authors: Damion E. Marx, Sallie J. Hejl, and Garth Herring
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Responses in Bird Communities to Wildland Fires in Southern California
Authors: Mark B. Mendelsohn, Cheryl S. Brehme, Carlton J. Rochester, Drew C. Stokes, Stacie A. Hathaway, and Robert N. Fisher
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Modeling the Effects of Fire Severity and Spatial Complexity on Small Mammals in Yosemite National Park, California
Authors: Susan L. Roberts, Jan W. van Wagtendonk, A. Keith Miles, Douglas A. Kelt, and James A. Lutz
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Truffle Abundance in Recently Prescribed Burned and Unburned Forests in Yosemite National Park: Implications for Mycophagous Mammals
Authors: Marc D. Meyer, Malcolm P. North, and Susan L. Roberts
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Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinionss


What Constitutes a Natural Fire Regime? Insight from the Ecology and Distribution of Coniferous Forest Birds in North America
Authors: Richard L. Hutto, Courtney J. Conway, Victoria A. Saab, and Jeffrey R. Walters
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Indirect Effects of Fire Severity on Avian Communities in Ponderosa Pine and Aspen Forests in Western North America: A Review
Authors: Kerri T. Vierling and Leigh B. Lentile
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Volume 4, Issue 1 – 2008

Research Articles


Sensitivity Analysis of a Fire Spread Model in Chaparral Landscape
Authors: R.E. Clark, A.S. Hope, S. Tarantola, D. Gatelli, Philip E. Dennison, and Max A. Moritz
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Analysis of Fire-related Vegetation Patterns in the Huachuca Mountains, Arizona, USA, and Sierra los Ajos, Sonora, Mexico
Authors: Miguel L. Villarreal and Stephen R. Yool
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Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Lightning Strikes in California in Relation To Large-scale Weather Patterns
Authors: Jan W. van Wagtendonk and Daniel R. Cayan
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Using Bark Char Codes to Predict Post-fire Cambium Mortality
Authors: Sharon M. Hood, Danny R. Cluck, Sheri L. Smith, and Kevin C. Ryan
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Measuring the Rate of Spread of Chaparral Prescribed Fires in Northern California
Authors: Scott L. Stephens, David R. Weise, Danny L. Fry, Robert J. Keiffer, James Dawson, Eunmo Koo, Jennifer Potts, and Patrick J. Pagni
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Seed Invasion Filters and Forest Fire Severity
Authors: Tom R. Cottrell, Paul F. Hessburg, and Jonathan A. Betz
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Short Communication


Nitrogen Isotopic Composition and Elemental Concentration of Tree-rings May Help Map the Extent of Historic Fire Events
Authors: Andrew R. Bukata, T. Kurtis Kyser, and Tom A. Al
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Volume 3, Issue 2 – 2007

Introduction


Special Issue: Wildland Fire Use
Author: Carol Miller
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Research Articles


The History and Evolution of Wildland Fire Use
Author: Jan W. van Wagtendonk
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Effects of Multiple Wildland Fires on Ponderosa Pine Stand Structure in Two Southwestern Wilderness Areas, USA
Authors: Zachary A. Holden, Penelope Morgan, Matthew G. Rollins, and Kathleen Kavanagh
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Fire Regime Attributes of Wildland Fires in Yosemite National Park, USA
Authors: Jan W. van Wagtendonk and James A. Lutz
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Fire Scarring Patterns in Sierra Nevada Wilderness Areas Burned by Multiple Wildland Fire Use Fires
Authors: Brandon M. Collins and Scott L. Stephens
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Patterns in Lightning-caused Fires at Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Authors: Dana Cohen, Bob Dellinger, Rob Klein, and Beth Buchanan
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Simulation of the Consequences of Different Fire Regimes to Support Wildland Fire Use Decisions
Author: Carol Miller
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Volume 3, Issue 1 – 2007

Introduction


SPECIAL ISSUE: REMOTE SENSING APPLICATIONS FOR INVESTIGATIONS OF FIRE REGIME ATTRIBUTES
Authors: Andrew T. Hudak, Andrea E. Thode, and Jan W. van Wagtendonk
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Research Articles


A Project for Monitoring Trends in Burn Severity
Authors: Jeff Eidenshink, Brian Schwind, Ken Brewer, Zhu-Liang Zhu, Brad Quayle, and Stephen Howard
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Assessing Accuracy of Manually-mapped Wildfire Perimeters In Topographically Dissected Areas
Authors: Crystal A. Kolden and Peter J. Weisberg
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A Satellite Analysis of Contrasting Fire Patterns in Aboriginal- and Euro-Australian Lands in Tropical North Australia
Authors: Aaron M. Petty and David M.J.S. Bowman
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Australian Savanna Fire Regimes: Context, Scales, Patchiness
Authors: Jeremy Russell-Smith and Cameron P. Yates
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The Relationship of Multispectral Satellite Imagery to Immediate Fire Effects
Authors: Andrew T. Hudak, Penelope Morgan, Michael J. Bobbitt, Alistair M.S. Smith, Sarah A. Lewis, Leigh B. Lentile, Peter R. Robichaud, Jess T. Clark, and Randy A. McKinley
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Post-Fire Burn Severity and Vegetation Response Following Eight Large Wildfires Across the Western United States
Authors: Leigh B. Lentile, Penelope Morgan, Andrew T. Hudak, Michael J. Bobbitt, Sarah A. Lewis, Alistair M.S. Smith, and Peter R. Robichaud
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Mapping Ground Cover Using Hyperspectral Remote Sensing After the 2003 Simi and Old Wildfires in Southern California
Authors: Sarah A. Lewis, Leigh B. Lentile, Andrew T. Hudak, Peter R. Robichaud, Penelope Morgan, and Michael J. Bobbitt
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Simulation Approaches for Burn Severity Estimation Using Remotely Sensed Images
Authors: Emilio Chuvieco, Angela De Santis, David Riaño, and Kerry Halligan
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Volume 2, Issue 2 – 2006

Introduction


Message from the Editor
Author: Michael J. Medler
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Research Articles


Thinning and Prescribed Fire Effects on Fuels and Potential Fire Behavior in an Eastern Cascades Forest, Washington, USA
Authors: James K. Agee and M. Reese Lolley
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Restoring Northern Sierra Nevada Mixed Conifer Forest Composition and Structure with Prescribed Fires of Varying Intensities
Authors: Lars Schmidt, Marco G. Hille, and Scott L. Stephens
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Ecological and Sampling Constraints on Defining Landscape Fire Severity
Author: Carl H. Key
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Seasons Within the Wildfire Season: Marking Weather-Related Fire Occurrence Regimes
Authors: Scot D. Johnson and Randy Balice
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Fire Decreases Arthropod Abundance But Increases Diversity: Early and Late Season Prescribed Fire Effects in a Sierra Nevada Mixed-Conifer Forest
Authors: Scott M. Ferrenberg, Dylan W. Schwilk, Eric E. Knapp, Eric Groth, and Jon E. Keeley
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Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinions


Response to the Ingalsbee Article in Fire Ecology, Vol.1 No.1, April 2005
Author: George Terhune
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Research Articles


Spatial Autocorrelation and Pseudoreplicaton in Fire Ecology
Authors: Amanda L. Bataineh, Brian P. Oswald, Mohammad Bataineh, Daniel Unger, I-Kuai Hung, and Daniel Scognamillo
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Volume 2, Issue 1 – 2006

Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinions


The Element That Isn’t
Author: Stephen J. Pyne
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Research Articles


A Wildfire Hazard Assessment and Map for La Plata County, Colorado, USA
Authors: William H. Romme, Peter J. Barry, David D. Hanna, M. Lisa Floyd, and Scott
White
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Modeling spatial patterns of fuels and fire behavior in a longleaf pine forest in the southeastern USA
Authors: Diane K. Kennard and Kenneth W. Outcalt
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Long-Term Surface Fuel Accumulation in Burned and Unburned Mixed-Conifer Forests of the Central and Southern Sierra Nevada, CA USA
Authors: MaryBeth Keifer, Jan W. van Wagtendonk, and Monica Buhler
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Geographic Analysis of Natural Fire Rotation in the California Redwood Forest During the Suppression Era
Authors: Christopher B. Oneal, John D. Stuart, Steven J. Steinberg, and Lawrence Fox
III
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Effects of Fine Fuel Moisture and Loading on Small Scale Fire Behavior in Mixed-Oak Forests of Southern Ohio
Authors: John B. Graham and Brian C. McCarthy
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Fire History and Climate Influences from Forests in the Northern Sierra Nevada, USA
Authors: Tadashi J. Moody, JoAnn Fites-Kaufman, and Scott L. Stephens
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Volume 1, Issue 1 – 2005

Introduction


Welcome by the President of the Association for Fire Ecology
Author: Jan W. van Wagtendonk
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Research Articles


Fire History in Coast Redwood Stands in the Northeastern Santa Cruz Mountains, California
Authors: Scott L. Stephens and Danny L. Fry
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Estimating Biomass in Coastal Baccharis pilularis Dominated Plant Communities
Authors: Will Russell and Ryan Tompkins
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Effects of Prescribed Fire at Two Frequencies on N Mineralization and Nitrification at Two Spatial Scales in Mixed-Oak Forests
Authors: R.E.J. Boerner and J.A. Brinkman
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Historical Fires in Douglas-fir Dominated Riparian Forests of the Southern Cascades, Oregon
Authors: Diana L. Olson and James K. Agee
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Comparing Techniques for Estimating Flame Temperature of Prescribed Fires
Authors: Diane K. Kennard, Kenneth W. Outcalt, David Jones, and Joseph J. OBrien
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Forum: Issues, Management, Policy, and Opinions


Fuelbreaks for Wildland Fire Management: A Moat or a Drawbridge for Ecosystem Fire Restoration?
Author: Timothy Ingalsbee, Ph.D.
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