|California tree mortality||
Changes in fuel loading and conifer mortality risk factors due to bark beetles and drought in California.
|Canopy Fuels Project||
An extensive exploration of field, analysis, and modeling methods to describe and quantify fuels for operational fire management.
|Describing Wildland Fuels||
Describing and Scaling Physio-chemical Properties of Live and Dead Fuels to Parameterize Physics-based Fire Behavior Models
|Evaluating Fuel Treatment Effectiveness||
Using STANDFIRE to test whether fuel treatments are effective in changing fire behavior
|Fires in Northern Eurasia||
Impacts of Black Carbon from Fires in Northern Eurasia
|Foliar Moisture Content||
Analyzing the ‘spring dip’ in foliar moisture content and its relationship to crown dire activity in the Great Lakes
Measuring surface fuel litterfall and decomposition in the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA
|FUELVAR||Describing the spatial variability of forest fuel properties|
An integrated study investigating the effects of mastication fuel treatments on fuel and fire behavior
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.
|MASTIDON||Surface fuel characteristics, temporal dynamics, and fire behavior of masticated mixed-conifer fuelbeds of the Rocky Mountains|
|Mountain Pine Beetle||
Quantifying the Potential Effects of Mountain Pine Beetle on Wildland Fire Behavior
Studying Peatland Fire Dynamics
|Photoload||A new fuel loading sampling method is developed to quickly and accurately estimate loadings for six surface fuel components using downward-looking and oblique photographs depicting sequences of graduated fuel loadings by fuel component.|
|Ponderosa Pine Restoration at Lick Creek||
Lick Creek Demonstration-Research Forest: 25-year fire and cutting effects on vegetation and fuels
Physiological Drivers of the ‘Spring Dip’ in Red Pine and Jack Pine Foliar Moisture Content and Its Relationship to Crown Fire in the Great Lakes
A comparison of sampling techniques to estimate wildland surface fine woody fuel loadings in montane forests of the northern Rocky Mountains
|TCEF Grid||A set of tenth-acre fixed area plots have been established on a 330-m grid across the Tenderfoot Creek Experimental Forest (TCEF) to monitor changes in vegetation and fuel dynamics over large spatial and temporal domains.|
|Western Spruce Budworm||
Western Spruce Budworm Alters Crown Fire Behavior through Reduced Canopy Density