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Journals and other Publications for Second Quarter 2013
The following publications were not published by the Pacific Northwest Research Station,
although the work was supported by the station. These publications may be viewed online at
the USDA Research and Development Treesearch Web site listed under each article. If you
would like a hard copy, you may print the articles from this Web site. You may also obtain hard copies through university
libraries or from the publisher; some outlets may charge for these services. Forestry libraries
in the Northwest receive proceedings volumes and subscribe to the journals in which PNW authors publish.
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Brewer, N.W.; Smith, A.M.S.; Hatten, J.A. [et al.]. 2013.
Fuel moisture influences on fire-altered carbon in masticated fuels: an experimental study.
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 118: 30–40.
Frankman, D.; Webb, B.W.; Butler, B.W. [et al.]. 2013.
Measurements of convective and radiative heating in wildland fires.
International Journal of Wildland Fire. 22: 157–167.
Lee, Y.; Fried, J.S.; Albers, H.J.; Haight, R.G. 2013.
Deploying initial attack resources for wildfire suppression: spatial coordination, budget constraints, and capacity constraints.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 43(1): 56–65.
Lyons-Tinsley, C.; Peterson, D.L. 2012.
Surface fuel treatments in young, regenerating stands affect wildfire severity in a mixed conifer forest, eastside Cascade Range, Washington, USA.
Forest Ecology and Management. 270:
Michaletz, S.T.; Johnson, E.A.; Mell, W.E.; Greene, D.F. 2012.
Timing of fire relative to seed development controls availability of non-serotinous aerial seed banks.
Biogeosciences Discussion. 9: 16705–16751.
Restiano, J.C.; Peterson, D.L. 2013.
Wildfire and fuel treatment effects on forest carbon dynamics in the western United States.
Forest Ecology and Management. 303: 46–60.
Wright, C.S. 2013.
Models for predicting fuel consumption in sagebrush-dominated ecosystems.
Rangeland Ecology & Management 66: 254–266.
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