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Pemon Perspectives of Fire Management in Canaima National Park, Southeastern Venezuela by Iokiñe Rodríguez in Forest and Fire Sciences

Burning at the edge: integrating biophysical and eco-cultural fire processes in Canada’s parks and protected areas by C.A. White,  D.D.B. Perrakis, V.G. Kafka, and T. Ennis in Forest and Fire Sciences

18 Dec 2010, 10:35am
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Titles through 31 December 2023

Pre-Columbian agricultural landscapes, ecosystem engineers, and self-organized patchiness in Amazonia by Doyle McKey, Stephen Rostain, Jose Iriarte, Bruno Glaser, Jago Jonathan Birk, Irene Holst, and Delphine Renard in History of Western Landscapes

The Columbian Encounter and the Little Ice Age: Abrupt Land Use Change, Fire, and Greenhouse Forcing by Robert A. Dull, Richard J. Nevle, William I. Woods, Dennis K. Bird, Shiri Avnery, and William M. Denevan in History of Western Landscapes

Nataraja: India’s Cycle of Fire by Stephen J. Pyne in History of Western Landscapes

Stand Reconstruction and 200 Years of Forest Development on Selected Sites in the Upper South Umpqua Watershed by Mike Dubrasich in Forest and Fire Sciences

The Anthropogenic Greenhouse Era Began Thousands of Years Ago by William F. Ruddiman in Paleobotany and Paleoclimatology

Empirical Evidence for a Celestial Origin of the Climate Oscillations and Its Implications by Nicola Scafetta in Paleobotany and Paleoclimatology

Changes in Snowfall in the Southern Sierra Nevada of California Since 1916 by John R. Christy and Justin J. Hnilo in Paleobotany and Paleoclimatology

Large Variations in Southern Hemisphere Biomass Burning During the Last 650 Years by Z. Wang, J. Chappellaz, K. Park,  and J. E. Mak in Paleobotany and Paleoclimatology

Traditional and local ecological knowledge about forest biodiversity in the Pacific Northwest by Susan Charnley, A. Paige Fischer, and Eric T. Jones in Forest and Fire Sciences

30 Aug 2010, 10:10am
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Titles through 31 August 2023

Predator-Mediated Competition: What happens when there is a second, alternative prey in a system? by Charles E. Kay in Wildlife Sciences

The Market Illiteracy Embodied in the Politically Correct Version of Sustainability by Travis Cork III in Forest and Fire Sciences

20 May 2010, 1:15pm
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Titles through 31 May 2023

Criminal Activities by Federal Bureaucrats And Others Involved in the Introduction, Protection and Spread of Wolves In the Lower 48 States by Jim Beers in Wildlife Sciences

2 Apr 2010, 4:12pm
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Titles through 30 April 2023

Idaho Wildlife Services Wolf Activity Report 2009 by USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services in Wildlife Sciences

Before Columbus: The Americas of 1491 by Charles C. Mann and Rebecca Stefoff in History of Western Landscapes

Baden-Powell and Australian Bushfire Policy by Roger Underwood in Forest and Fire Sciences

Fuel treatments, fire suppression, and their interaction with wildfire and its impacts: the Warm Lake experience during the Cascade Complex of wildfires in central Idaho, 2007 by Russell T. Graham, Theresa B. Jain, and Mark Loseke in Forest and Fire Sciences

Climate Changes and their Effects on Northwest Forests by Ken Schlichte in Forest and Fire Sciences

3 Feb 2010, 5:38pm
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Titles through 27 February 2023

Defining, Identifying, and Protecting Old-Growth Trees by Mike Dubrasich in Forest and Fire Sciences

The Benefits of Forest Restoration by Mike Dubrasich in Restoration Forestry

The Fictional Ecosystem and the Pseudo-science of Ecosystem Management by Travis Cork III in Forest and Fire Sciences

The Alseya Valley Prairie Complex, ca. 1850: Native Landscapes in Western GLO Surveys by Bob Zybach in History of Western Landscapes

Variations in the Earth’s Orbit: Pacemaker of the Ice Ages by J. D. Hays, John Imbrie, N. J. Shackleton in Paleobotany and Paleoclimatology

The History of Fire in the Southern United States by Cynthia Fowler and Evelyn Konopik in History of Western Landscapes

A Qualitative Study with the Eastern Band of Cherokee and Southern Appalachian Community Members by Nicolette Cooley in Restoration Forestry

How far could a squirrel travel in the treetops? A prehistory of the southern forest by Paul B. Hamel and Edward R. Buckner in History of Western Landscapes

The Danger of Wolves to Humans by Mikhail P. Pavlov in Wildlife Sciences

8 Jan 2010, 3:27pm
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Using a spatially explicit ecological model to test scenarios of fire use by Native Americans: An example from the Harlem Plains, New York, NY by William T. Bean and Eric W. Sanderson in Forest and Fire Sciences

Pre-Columbian geometric earthworks in the upper Pur’us: a complex society in western Amazonia by Martti Parssinen, Denise Schaan, and Alceu Ranzi in History of Western Landscapes

Two Views of the Serengeti: One True, One Myth by Charles E. Kay in Wildlife Sciences

Wolf Predation: More Bad News by Charles E. Kay in Wildlife Sciences

The Kaibab Deer Incident: Myths, Lies, and Scientific Fraud by Charles E. Kay in Wildlife Sciences

Mistreatment of the economic impacts of extreme events in the Stern Review Report on the Economics of Climate Change by Roger Pielke Jr. in Forest and Fire Sciences

Reduced Fire Frequency Changes Species Composition of a Ponderosa Pine Stand by Alan Dickman in Forest and Fire Sciences

Silvicultural research and the evolution of forest practices in the Douglas-fir region by Robert O. CurtisDean S. DeBell, Richard E. Miller, Michael Newton, J. Bradley St. Clair, and William I. Stein in Forest and Fire Sciences

15 Dec 2009, 9:50am
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Titles through 31 December 2023

Spark and Sprawl: A World Tour by Stephen J. Pyne in Forest and Fire Sciences

Historic Anthropogenically Maintained Bear Grass Savannas of the Southeastern Olympic Peninsula by David Peter and Daniela Shebitz in History of Western Landscapes

Ecological and Cultural Significance of Burning Beargrass Habitat on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington by Daniela Joy Shebitz, Sarah Hay den Reichard and Peter W Dunwiddie in History of Western Landscapes

Bighorn hunting, resource depression, and rock art in the Coso Range, eastern California: a computer simulation model by Alan P. Garfinkel, David A. Young, and Robert M. Yohe II in History of Western Landscapes

30 Oct 2009, 9:11am
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Titles through 31 October 2023

The Wildland/Science Interface by Stephen J. Pyne in Forest and Fire Sciences

The Forest Health Crisis: How Did We Get In This Mess? by Charles E. Kay in Forest and Fire Sciences

Tending Fires by Roger Underwood in SOS Forests

Rhymes With Chiricahua by Stephen J. Pyne in Forest and Fire Sciences

The relationship of respiratory and cardiovascular hospital admissions to the southern California wildfires of 2003 by R. J. Delfino, S. Brummel, J. Wu, H. Stern, B. Ostro, M. Lipsett, A. Winer, D. H. Street, L. Zhang, T. Tjoa and D. L. Gillen in Forest and Fire Sciences

7 Sep 2009, 9:30pm
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Causes of Post-Fire Runoff and Erosion: Water Repellency, Cover, or Soil Sealing? by Isaac J. Larsen, Lee H. MacDonald, Ethan Brown, Daniella Rough, Matthew J. Welsh, Joseph H. Pietraszek, Zamir Libohova, Juan de Dios Benavides-Solorio, and Keelin Schaffrath in Forest and Fire Sciences

A 500-year record of fire from a humid coast redwood forest by Steven P. Norman in History of Western Landscapes

Two Forests Under The Big Sky: Tribal V. Federal Management by Alison Berry in Forest and Fire Sciences

World Trade and Biological Exchanges Before 1492 by John L. Sorenson and Carl L. Johannessen reviewed in History of Western Landscapes

Fire Gods and Federal Policy by Thomas M. Bonnicksen in Forest and Fire Sciences

4 Aug 2009, 11:01am
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Titles through 31 August 2023

U.S. Wildfire Cost-Plus-Loss Economics Project: The “One-Pager” Checklist by  Bob Zybach, Michael Dubrasich, Gregory Brenner, and John Marker in Forest and Fire Sciences

The Complexities of State Management of Wildlife Under Federal Laws by Randy Budge in Wildlife Sciences

An Asian origin for a 10,000-year-old domesticated plant in the Americas by David L. Erickson, Bruce D. Smith, Andrew C. Clarke, Daniel H. Sandweiss, and Noreen Tuross in History of Western Landscapes

Initial formation of an indigenous crop complex in eastern North America at 3800 B.P. by Bruce D. Smith and Richard A. Yarnell in History of Western Landscapes

Impacts of California Wildfires on Climate and Forests: A Study of Seven Years of Wildfires (2001-2007) by Thomas M. Bonnicksen in Forest and Fire Sciences

9 Jul 2009, 4:26pm
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Testimony of Dr. Peter Kolb on Mountain Pine Beetle by Peter Kolb in Forest and Fire Sciences

Sea otters, shellfish, and humans: 10,000 years of ecological interaction on San Miguel Island, California by Jon M. Erlandson, Torben C. Rick, Michael Graham, James Estes, Todd Braje, and René Vellanoweth in History of Western Landscapes

Origins and antiquity of the island fox (Urocyon littoralis) on California’s Channel Islands by Torben C. Rick, Jon M. Erlandson, René L. Vellanoweth, Todd J. Braje, Paul W. Collins, Daniel A. Guthrie, and Thomas W. Stafford Jr. in History of Western Landscapes

Aspen: A Vanishing Resource by Charles E. Kay in Forest and Fire Sciences

2 Apr 2009, 12:27pm
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Bushfires, Prescribed Burning, and Global Warming by Roger Underwood, David Packham, and Phil Cheney in Forest and Fire Sciences

Revitalizing Science in a Risk-Averse Culture: Reflections on the Syndrome and Prescriptions for Its Cure by Gerald H. Pollack in Forest and Fire Sciences

Impacts Of Earthquake Tsunamis On Oregon Coastal Populations by Leland Glisen in History of Western Landscapes

The jam post and plain wire fence: An insight into York’s agricultural, ecological and economic history by Roger Underwood in History of Western Landscapes

29 Mar 2009, 1:04pm
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Soil respiration in Amazonian plantations treated with charcoal, and mineral or organic fertilisers by Christoph Steiner, Murilo Rodrigues de Arruda, Wenceslau G. Teixeira, and Wolfgang Zech in Forest and Fire Sciences

Nitrogen retention and plant uptake on a highly weathered central Amazonian Ferralsol amended with compost and charcoal by Christoph Steiner, Bruno Glaser, Wenceslau Geraldes Teixeira, Johannes Lehmann, Winfried E.H. Blum, and Wolfgang Zech in Forest and Fire Sciences

Effect of low-temperature pyrolysis conditions on biochar for agricultural use by J. W. Gaskin, C. Steiner, K. Harris, K. C. Das, B. Bibens in Forest and Fire Sciences

Evaluating the Purpose, Extent, and Ecological Restoration Applications of Indigenous Burning Practices in Southwestern Washington by Linda Storm and Daniela Shebitz in History of Western Landscapes

Environmentally biased fragmentation of oak savanna habitat on southeastern Vancouver Island, Canada by Mark Vellend, Anne D. Bjorkman, and Alan McConchie in History of Western Landscapes

Reconstructing Historic Ecotones Using the Public Land Survey: The Lost Prairies of Redwood National Park by Joy A. Fritschle in History of Western Landscapes

Australian Bushfire Management: a case study in wisdom versus folly by Roger Underwood in Forest and Fire Sciences

The Government Grant System: Inhibitor of Truth and Innovation? by Dr. Donald W. Miller, Jr. MD in Paleobotany and Paleoclimatology

Fire, Flogging, Measles and Grass: the influence of early York settlers on bushfire policy in Western Australia by David Ward and Roger Underwood in History of Western Landscapes

Reconstructing the Fire History of the Jarrah Forest of south-western Australia by David Ward and Gerard Van Didden in Forest and Fire Sciences

Watershed Response to Western Juniper Control by Timothy L. Deboodt in Forest and Fire Sciences

21 Feb 2009, 3:22pm
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Cultivated Landscapes of Native Amazonia and the Andes by William M. Denevan in History of Western Landscapes

Of Fates, Forests, and Futures: Myths, Epistemes, and Policy in Tropical Conservation by Susanna B. Hecht in History of Western Landscapes

The legacy of cultural landscapes in the Brazilian Amazon: implications for biodiversity by Michael J. Heckenberger, J. Christian Russell, Joshua R. Toney, and Morgan J. Schmidt in History of Western Landscapes

Fuel treatment effects on tree-based forest carbon storage and emissions under modeled wildfire scenarios by Matthew Hurteau and Malcolm North in Forest and Fire Sciences

The Return of Caribou to Ungava by A.T. Bergerud, Stuart N. Luttich, and Lodewiih Camps, reviewed by Charles E. Kay in Wildlife Sciences

Range Reference Areas and The Condition of Shrubs on Mule Deer Winter Ranges by Charles E. Kay in Wildlife Sciences

Amazonian Dark Earths: Wim Sombroek’s Vision by William I. Woods, Wenceslau G. Teixeira, Johannes Lehmann, Christoph Steiner, Antoinette M.G.A. WinklerPrins, and Lilian Rebellato (Editors) in History of Western Landscapes