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- Rowell, Eric ; Loudermilk, E. Louise; Hawley, Christie ; Pokswinski, Scott ; Seielstad, Carl ; Queen, LLoyd ; O'Brien, Joseph J.; Hudak, Andrew T.; Goodrick, Scott ; Hiers, J. Kevin. 2020. Coupling terrestrial laser scanning with 3D fuel biomass sampling for advancing wildland fuels characterization.
- Hudak, Andrew T.; Kato, Akira ; Bright, Benjamin C.; Loudermilk, E. Louise; Hawley, Christie ; Restaino, Joseph C.; Ottmar, Roger D.; Prata, Gabriel A.; Cabo, Carlos ; Prichard, Susan J.; Rowell, Eric M.; Weise, David R. 2020. Towards spatially explicit quantification of pre- and postfire fuels and fuel consumption from traditional and point cloud measurements.
- Charney, Joseph J.; Kiefer, Michael T.; Zhong, Shiyuan ; Heilman, Warren E.; Nikolic, Jovanka ; Bian, Xindi ; Hom, John L.; Clark, Kenneth L.; Skowronski, Nicholas S.; Gallagher, Michael R.; Patterson, Matthew ; Liu, Yongqiang ; Hawley, Christie . 2019. Assessing Forest Canopy Impacts on Smoke Concentrations Using a Coupled Numerical Model.
- Flanagan, Steven A.; Bhotika, Smriti; Hawley, Christie; Starr, Gregory; Wiesner, Susanne; Hiers, J. Kevin; O'Brien, Joseph; Goodrick, Scott; Callaham Jr., Mac A.; Scheller, Robert M.; Klepzig, Kier D.; Taylor, R. Scott; Loudermilk, E. Louise. 2019. Quantifying carbon and species dynamics under different fire regimes in a southeastern U.S. pineland.
- Stanturf, John A.; Goodrick, Scott L.; Warren, Melvin L.; Charnley, Susan; Stegall, Christie M. 2015. Social vulnerability and Ebola virus disease in rural Liberia.
- Rethinking how we measure forest fuels for advancing wildland fire science and management (2018)
- Land managers depend on quality fire research to advance their understanding of wildland fire behavior. Cutting-edge fire behavior models output fire spread, fire intensity, and smoke plumes in three-dimensions, but forest fuels, which are used as model inputs, are not measured in similar dimensions. This research brings fuels to the forefront of fire ecology and fire science. Fuels, when measured appropriately, link fire behavior and forest response to fire – critical knowledge for frequently burned ecosystems.