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Absher, J.D.; Vaske, J.J.; Bright, A.D.; Don Carlos, A. 2006. Effective communication about wildfire management in the Colorado Front Range. In Association for Fire Ecology (comp.), Proceedings of the Third International Fire Ecology and Management Congress; 2006 November 13-17; San Diego, CA.

Achtemeier, G.L. 2005. Planned Burn – Piedmont. A local operational numerical meteorological model for tracking smoke on the ground at night: model development and sensitivity tests. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 14:85-98.

Achtemeier, G. L.; Glitzenstein, J.S; Naeher, L.P. 2006. Measurements of smoke from chipped and un-chipped plots. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry. 30(4):165-171.

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Barbour, R.J.; Fried, J.S.; Fight, R.; Weyermann, D. [in review]. Predicting the potential mix of wood products available from timbershed scale fire hazard reduction treatments. Forest Policy and Economics.

Beyers, J.L. 2004. Postfire seeding for erosion control: effectiveness and impacts on native plant communities. Conservation Biology. 18(4):947-956.

Beyers, J.L.; Narog, M.G.; Sclafani, C.; Escobar, C. 2003. Using a “fire cage” to test the response of Arabis johnstonii to fire. Extended abstract/short paper, 5th Symposium on Fire and Forest Meteorology Joint with 2nd International Wildland Fire Ecology and Fire Management Congress, November 16-20, 2003, Orlando, FL. P2.16.

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Butler, B.W. 2006. The effect of solar irradiation on the spread rate of fires burning over a horizontal fuel array. In Viegas, D.X. (ed.): Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Forest Fire Research, 27-30 November 2006, Figueira da Foz, Portugal. Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Butler, B.W.; Cohen, J.; Latham, D. J.; Schuette, R.D.; Sopko, P.; Shannon, K.S.; Jimenez, D.; Bradshaw, L. S. 2004a. Measurements of radiant emissive power and temperatures in crown fires. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 34(8):1577-1587.

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Calkin, D.E.; Gebert, K.M.; Jones, J.G.; Neilson, R.P. 2005. Forest Service large fire area burned and suppression expenditure trends, 1970-2002. Journal of Forestry. 103(4):179-183.

Campbell, J.W.; Hanula, J.L.; Waldrop, T.A. 2007. Effects of prescribed fire and fire surrogates on floral visiting insects of the Blue Ridge province in North Carolina. Biological Conservation. 134:393-404.

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Chambers, J.C. 2005. Fire-related restoration issues in woodland and rangeland ecosystems. Pages 149-159 in Taylor, L.; Zelnik, J.; Cadwallader, S.; Hughes, B. (compilers), Mixed fire regimes: ecology and management. Symposium proceedings. November 17-19, 2004, Spokane, WA. AFE MIXC03.

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Crookston, N.L.; Kurz, W.A.; Beukema, S.J.; Reinhardt, E.D. 2000. Relationships between models used to analyze fire and fuel management alternatives. In: Neuenschwander, L.F.; Ryan, K.C. (tech. eds.), Proceedings from the Joint Fire Science Conference and Workshop; the Grove Hotel, Boise, Idaho; June 15-17, 1999. Moscow, ID: University of Idaho. 6 p.

Cruz, M.G.; Butler, B.W.; Alexander, M.E.; Forthofer, J.M.; Wakimoto, R.H. 2006a. Predicting the ignition of crown fuels above a spreading surface fire. Part I: model idealization. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 15(1):47-60.

Cruz, M.G.; Butler, B.W.; Alexander, M.E. 2006b. Predicting the ignition of crown fuels above a spreading surface fire. Part II: model evaluation. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 15(1):61-72.

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Daugherty, P.J.; Fried, J.S. [in press]. Jointly optimizing selection of fuel treatments and siting of biomass facilities for landscape-scale fire hazard reduction. Information Systems and Operational Research (INFOR).

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Dickinson, M.B., ed. 2006. Fire in eastern oak forests: delivering science to land managers. Proceedings of the conference: Fire in eastern oak forests: delivering science to land managers, 2005 November 15-17; Columbus, OH. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-1. Newtown Square, PA: USDA, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 303 p.

Doane, D.; O’Laughlin, J.; Morgan, P.; Miller, C. 2006. Barriers to wildland fire use: a preliminary problem analysis. International Journal of Wilderness. 12:36-38.

Donovan, G. H. 2006. Determining the optimal mix of federal and contract fire crews: a case study from the Pacific Northwest. Ecological Modeling. 194:372-378.

Donovan, G. H.; Champ, P.A.; Butry, D.T. [in press]. The impact of wildfire risk on housing price: a case study from Colorado Springs. Land Economics.

Dunham, J.B.; Young, M.K.; Gresswell, R.E.; Rieman, B.E. 2003. Effects of fire on fish populations: landscape perspectives on persistence of native fishes and nonnative fish invasions. Forest Ecology and Management. 178(1-2):183-196.

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Finney, M.A. 2003. Calculating fire spread rates across random landscapes. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 12(2):167-17

Finney, M.A. [in press]. A computational method for optimizing fuel treatment locations. International Journal of Wildland Fire.

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Fried, J.S.; Christensen, G.; Weyermann, D.; Barbour, R.J.; Fight, R.; Hiserote, B.; Pinjuv, G. 2005. Modeling opportunities and feasibility of siting wood-fired electrical generating facilities to facilitate landscape-scale fuel treatment with FIA BioSum. Pages 195-204 in Bevers, M.; Barrett, T.M. (comps.), Systems analysis in forest resources: proceedings of the 2003 symposium; October 7-9, Stevenson, WA. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-656. Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 366 p.

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