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PODs for non-incident management – San Isabel National Forest Fuels treatments along POD boundaries can enable landscape-scale outcomes

PODs for non-incident management – San Isabel National Forest Fuels treatments along POD boundaries can enable landscape-scale outcomes

  • Tyler Beeton, Mike Caggiano
  • CFRI-2009
  • Beeton, TA, Caggiano, MD. (2022), PODs for Non-Incident Management: San Isabel National Forest. CFRI-2209.
Integrating Potential Operational Delineations (PODs) into Community Wildfire Protection Plan Guidance Community Planners

Integrating Potential Operational Delineations (PODs) into Community Wildfire Protection Plan Guidance Community Planners

  • Michael Caggiano, Daniel Beveridge
  • CFRI-2210
  • Caggiano, MD, Beveridge, D. (2022). Integrating PODs into CWPP Guidance Community Planners. CFRI-2210.
Extreme fire spread events and area burned under recent and future climate in the western USA

Extreme fire spread events and area burned under recent and future climate in the western USA

  • Jonathan D. Coop, Sean A. Parks, Camille S. Stevens-Rumann, Scott M. Ritter, Chad M. Hoffman
  • Coop, JD, Parks, SA, Stevens-Rumann, CS, Ritter, SM, Hoffman, CM. (2022). Extreme fire spread events and area burned under recent and future climate in the western USA. Global Ecology and Biogeography. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13496
Post-Wildfire Mothership Plot Protocol: Field Data Collection to Assess Forest Restoration and Fire Mitigation Effectiveness

Post-Wildfire Mothership Plot Protocol: Field Data Collection to Assess Forest Restoration and Fire Mitigation Effectiveness

  • Colorado Forest Restoration Institute
  • CFRI-2205
  • Colorado Forest Restoration Institute (2022). 2022 Post-Wildfire Mothership Plot Protocol. CFRI-2205
Human ignitions on private lands drive USFS cross‑boundary wildfire transmission and community impacts in the western US

Human ignitions on private lands drive USFS cross‑boundary wildfire transmission and community impacts in the western US

  • William M. Downing, Christopher J. Dunn, Matthew P. Thompson, Michael D. Caggiano, Karen C. Short
  • Downing, WM, Dunn, CJ, Thompson, MP, Caggiano, MD, Short, KC (2022). Human ignitions on private lands drive USFS cross-boundary wildfire transmission and community impacts in the western US. Scientific Reports 12, 2624. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-06002-3.
Managed Wildfire: A Strategy Facilitated by Civil Society Partnerships and Interagency Cooperation

Managed Wildfire: A Strategy Facilitated by Civil Society Partnerships and Interagency Cooperation

  • Emily Jane Davis, H. Huber-Stearns, M. Caggiano, D. McAvoy, A. S. Cheng, A. Deak, A. Evans
  • Davis, EJ, Huber-Stearns, H, Caggiano, M, McAvoy, D, Cheng, AS, Deak, A, Evans, A (2022). Managed Wildfire: A Strategy Facilitated by Civil Society Partnerships and Interagency Cooperation, Society & Natural Resources, 35:8, 914-932, DOI:10.1080/08941920.2022.2092803
Pole Hill Monitoring Report

Pole Hill Monitoring Report

  • Tori Hunter, Allison Rhea, Kat Morici
  • CFRI-2211
  • Hunter, T, Rhea, A, Morici, K. (2022). Pole Hill Monitoring Report. CFRI-2211.
Understory Response Four Years Following Treatment at Beaver Ranch: Jefferson County Open Space Small Research Grant Final Report

Understory Response Four Years Following Treatment at Beaver Ranch: Jefferson County Open Space Small Research Grant Final Report

  • Tori M. Hunter, Camille S. Stevens-Rumann, Andrew W. Slack
  • CFRI-2201
  • Hunter, TM, Stevens-Rumann, CS, Slack, AW (2022). Understory Response Four Years Following Treatment at Beaver Ranch: Jefferson County Open Space Small Research Grant Final Report. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-2201.
Societal benefits from wildfire mitigation activities through payments for watershed services: Insights from Colorado

Societal benefits from wildfire mitigation activities through payments for watershed services: Insights from Colorado

  • Kelly W.Jones, BenjaminGannon, Thomas Timberlake, James L. Chamberlain, Brett Wolk
  • Jones, K, Gannon, B, Timberlake, T, Chamberlain, JL, and Wolk, B (2022). Societal benefits from wildfire mitigation activities through payments for watershed services: Insights from Colorado. Forest Policy and Economics. Volume 135, February 2022, 102661. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2021.102661
Colorado Interagency Fuel Treatment Database

Colorado Interagency Fuel Treatment Database

  • Stephanie E. Mueller, Michael D. Caggiano
  • CFRI-2202
  • Mueller, SE, Caggiano, MD (2022), Colorado Interagency Fuel Treatment Database. CFRI-2202.