Linking Field-based and Experimental Methods to Quantify, Predict, and Manage Fire Effects on Cultural Resources
|Bark beetle outbreaks in lodgepole pine||
Lodgepole pine forest host characteristics influence mountain pine beetle outbreak severity in the Northern Rocky Mountains.
|California tree mortality||
Changes in fuel loading and conifer mortality risk factors due to bark beetles and drought in California.
|Coarse-Scale Spatial Data||
Coarse-Scale Spatial Data for Wildland Fire and Fuel Management: A coarse scale assessment and mapping effort was initiated to support national-level fire planning and risk assessments.
|Douglas-fir and Fire||Predicting Post-fire Douglas-fir Beetle Attacks and Tree Mortality in the Northern Rocky Mountains|
|Duff Mounds||Prescribed Burning: Can We Do It Without Killing the Trees We Are Trying to Save?|
|Evaluating Fuel Treatment Effectiveness||
Using STANDFIRE to test whether fuel treatments are effective in changing fire behavior
|FARSITE||FARSITE computes wildfire growth and behavior for long time periods under heterogeneous conditions of terrain, fuels, and weather.|
|FFI: Ecological Monitoring||
FFI is an ecological monitoring software application designed to assist managers with collection, storage and analysis of ecological information.
|Fire Management, Zambia||
Fire Management and Fire Use Assessment of Eastern Province, Zambia
|Fire Severity Classification||Classifying Fire Severity Based on simulated surface fuel combustion and heat transfer|
|Fire: A Vaccine for the Forest?||
The impact of fire on conifer defenses .
|FireFamilyPlus||FireFamilyPlus supports the spectrum of fire weather/fire danger/fire climate/fire occurrence analysis tools required by fire managers to successfully use the National Fire Danger Rating System (NFDRS).|
|Firefighter Safety Zones||Perhaps one of the most critical decisions made by firefighters during daily fire management operations is the identification of suitable safety zones.|
A fire severity mapping system for real time fire management application and long-term planning.
|Foliar Moisture Content||
Analyzing the ‘spring dip’ in foliar moisture content and its relationship to crown dire activity in the Great Lakes
FuelCalc is a desktop software application for determining changes in surface and crown fuel loading after thinning, pruning, piling and/or prescribed fire.
Monitoring surface and canopy fuel conditions after stand-replacing disturbance events in northern Rocky Mountain ecosystems.
|LANDFIRE Overview||An overview of LANDFIRE organization, processes, and products|
The Landscape Fire and Resource Management Planning Tools (LANDFIRE) Prototype Project that developed the tools, protocols, methods, and data products for the National LANDFIRE Project.
LANDFIRE After Action Review and Scoping In Preparation for Comprehensive Remapping
|Lodgepole Pine Restoration||
Using silvicultural treatments and prescribing burning to restore multi-aged lodgepole pine forests
|Lubrecht Fire-Fire Surrogate Study||
Fuel treatment impacts in ponderosa pine - Douglas-fir forests in the Northern Rockies.
|Mountain Pine Beetle||
Quantifying the Potential Effects of Mountain Pine Beetle on Wildland Fire Behavior
|Old Tree Responses||
Long-term growth responses to stand density reduction treatments in mature pine forests of California
|Ponderosa Pine Restoration at Lick Creek||
Lick Creek Demonstration-Research Forest: 25-year fire and cutting effects on vegetation and fuels
|Post-fire Tree Mortality||
Delayed Tree Mortality Following Fire in Western Conifers
Mitigating old tree mortality in long-unburned, fire-dependent forests
|Soil Heating and Fire Effects||
Soil heating and fire effects resulting from in situ oil spill burning.
A Spatial Database of U.S. Wildfires
|Wildfire effects in grand fir-hemlock forests||
Grand fir and western hemlock mortality and regeneration dynamics after wildfire and salvage.