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Beeton, TA, Cheng, AS, Colavita, MM. (2022). Cultivating collaborative resilience to social and ecological change: An assessment of adaptive capacity, actions, and barriers among collaborative forest restoration groups in the United States. Journal of Forestry. https://doi.org/10.1093/jofore/fvab064.
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
Gannon, BM, Thompson, MP, Caggiano, MD, O’Connor, CD, Brough, A, Gilbertson-Day, JW, Scott, JH (2021).Geospatial analysis and mapping tools to operationalize spatial fire planning. 16th International Wildland Fire Safety Summit & 6th Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire Conference, May 2021, Virtual Conference.
Jacobson, M, Smith, H, Huber-Stearns, HR, Davis, EJ, Cheng, AS, Deak, A. (2021). Comparing social constructions of wildfire risk across media, government, and participatory discourse in a Colorado fireshed, Journal of Risk Research, DOI: 10.1080/13669877.2021.1962954 (copies available upon request).
Shelley D. Crausbay, Helen R. Sofaer, Amanda E. Cravens, Brian C. Chaffin, Katherine R. Clifford, John E. Gross, Corrine N. Knapp, David J. Lawrence, Dawn R. Magness, Abraham J. Miller-Rushing, Gregor W. Schuurman, Stevens-Rumann CS (2021) A Science Agenda to Support Natural Resource Management Decisions in an Era of Ecological Transformation. Bioscience.
Stevens, JT, Haffey, CM, Coop, JD, Fornwalt, PJ, Yocom, L, Allen, CD, Bradley, A, Burney, OT, Carril, D, Chambers, ME, Chapman, TB, Haire, SL, Hurteau, MD, Iniguez, JM, Margolis, EQ, Marks, C, Marshall, LAE, Rodman, KC, Stevens-Rumann, CS, Thode, AE, & Walker, JJ (2021). Tamm Review: Postfire landscape management in frequent-fire conifer forests of the southwestern United States. Forest Ecology and Management, 50.
Barrett, KJ, Cannon, JB, Cheng, A. (2019).Effects of Collaborative Restoration and Adaptive Management on Forest Structure and Composition in the Colorado Front Range. Cultivating Pyrodiversity: 8th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress, Association for Fire Ecology, November 2019, Tuscon, AZ.
Addington, RN, Aplet, GH, Battaglia, MA, Briggs, JS, Brown, PM, Cheng, AS, Dickinson, Y, Feinstein,JA, Pelz, KA, Regan, CM, Thinnes, J, Truex, R, Fornwalt, PJ, Gannon, B, Julian, CW, Underhill, JL, Wolk, B. (2018). Principles and Practices for the Restoration of Ponderosa Pine and Dry Mixed-Conifer Forests of the Colorado Front Range. USDA Forest Service – General Technical Report RMRS-GT (373 RMRS-GTR), 1-129.
Cannon, JB, Barrett, KJ, Gannon, BM, Addington, RN, Battaglia, MA, Fornwalt, PJ, Aplet, GH, Cheng, AS, Underhill, JL, Briggs, JS, and Brown, PM, 2018. Collaborative restoration effects on forest structure in ponderosa pine forests of Colorado. For. Ecol. Manage. 424, 191-204. doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2018.04.026
Addington, RN, Korb, JE, Cheng, T. (2013). Sudden Aspen Decline in Southwestern Colorado: Results from new research evaluating causal mechanisms and implications for understory microclimates, plant communities, and aspen regeneration. , Colorado Forest Restoration Institute Field Study Brief, Colorado State University, CFRI-FSB-1301. Fort Collins, CO. 4 p.
Romme, B, Allen, C, Bailey, J, Baker, W, Bestelmeyer, B, Brown, P, Eisenhart, K, Floyd-Hanna, L, Huffman, D, Jacobs, B, Miller, R, Muldavin, E, Swetnam, T, Tausch, R, and Weisberg, P. (2007). Historical and Modern Disturbance Regimes, Stand Structures, and Landscape Dynamics in Piñon‐Juniper Vegetation of the Western U.S.