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Fire Publications


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2008

Fried, J.S., J.K. Gilless, W.J. Riley, T.J. Moody, C. Simon de Blas, K. Hayhoe, M. Moritz, S. Stephens, and M.S. Torn. 2008. Predicting the effect of climate change on wildfire behavior and initial attack success. Climatic Change 87 (Suppl 1):S251-S264.

 

 

2007

Daugherty, P.J. and J.S. Fried. 2007. Jointly optimizing selection of fuel treatments and siting of biomass facilities for landscape-scale fire hazard reduction. INFOR: Information Systems and Operational Research 45(1):353-372.  

2007

Fried, J.S. and J. Barbour. 2007. Evaluating opportunities for biomass facility siting and economic feasibility of landscape-scale fuel treatment. In Gonzalez-Caban et al., eds, Fire Social Science Research-Selected Research Highlights. PNW GTR-736, pp. 31-34.

 

 

2007

Haight, R.G. and J.S. Fried. 2007. Optimizing Initial-Attack Force with a Standard-Response Siting Model. Information Systems and Operations Research. 45(1): 385-398.

 

 
2006

Fried, J.S., D. Gatziolis, J.K. Gilless, C.A. Vogt and G. Winter. 2006. Changing beliefs and building trust at the wildland/urban interface. Fire Management Today 66(3): 51-54.

 

 
2006

Fried, J.S., J.K. Gilless, W.J. Riley, T.J. Moody, C. Simon de Blas, K. Hayhoe, M. Moritz, S. Stephens, and M.S. Torn. 2006. Predicting the effect of climate change on wildfire severity and outcomes in Californina: a preliminary analysis. White paper CEC_500-2005-196-SF prepared for the California Energy Commission’s Governor’s Science Report

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2006

Fried, J.S.; Gilless, K.J.; Spero, J. 2006. Analysing initial attack on wildland fires using stochastic simulation. International Journal of Wildland Fire 15: 137-146.

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2005

Fried, J.S., Christensen, G.; Weyermann, D.; Barbour, R.J.; Fight, R.; Hiserote, B.; and Pinjuv, G. 2005. Modeling opportunities and feasibility of siting wood-fired electrical generating facilities to facilitate landscape-scale fuel treatment with FIA BioSum. In: Bevers, Michael; Barrett, Tara M., comps. Systems Analysis in Forest Resources: Proceedings of the 2003 Symposium; October 7-9, Stevenson, WA. PNW-GTR-656. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, pp. 195-204

 

 
2005

Fried, J.S.; Winter G.J.; and Vogt, C. 2005. Demographic and geographic approaches to predicting public acceptance of fuel treatments at the wildland-urban interface. Final Report to the Governing Board, Joint Fire Science Program on Project 99-1-2-10. 11 p.

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2005

Ohmann, J.L.; Wimberly, M.C.; Fried, J.S.; Pierce, K.B.; and Gregory, M.J. 2005. A novel approach to regional fuel mapping: linking inventory plots with satellite imagery and GIS databases using the gradient nearest neighbor method. Final Report to the Governing Board, Joint Fire Science Program on Project 01-1-4-09. 60 p.

 

 
2005

Radeloff, V.C.; Hammer, R.B.; Stewart, S.I.; Fried, J.S.; Holcomb, S.S.; and McKeefry, J.F. 2005. The wildland-urban interface in the United States. Ecological Applications 15(3): 799-805.

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2005

Thompson, J. 2005. Fanning the flames: climate change stacks odds against fire suppression. Science Findings 74. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 5 p.

 
2005

Vogt, C.A.; Winter, G; and Fried, J.S. 2005. Predicting homeowners’ approval of fuel management at the wildland-urban interface using the Theory of Reasoned Action. Society and Natural Resources 18(4):337-354.

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2004 Azuma, D.L.; Donnegan, J.; Gedney, D.; 2004.; Southwest Oregon Biscuit Fire.; Res. Pap. PNW-RP-560. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 32 p.  
2004

Fried, J.; Christensen, G. 2004. FIA BioSum: a tool to evaluate financial costs, opportunities and effectiveness of fuel treatments. Western Forester. 49(5): 12-13.

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2004 Fried, J.S.; Torn, M.S.; Mills, E. 2004. The impact of climate change on wildfire severity: a regional forecast for northern California. Climatic Change. 64: 169-191.

 
2004

Thompson, J. 2004. Trees, houses, and habitat: private forests at the wildland-urban interface. Science Findings 68. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 5 p.

 
2003 Boucher, T.V.  2003.  Vegetation response to prescribed fire in the Kenai Mountains, Alaska.  Res. Pap. PNW-RP-554. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 59 p..  
1999
Fried, J.S.; Winter, G.J.; Gilless, K.J.  1999.  Assessing the benefits of reducing fire risk in the wildland urban interface: A contingent valuation approach.  Internatioal Journal of Wildland Fire. 9(1): 9-20. (1999).
 

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