Carol Miller
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A new metric for quantifying burn severity: the relativized burn ratio
SA Parks, GK Dillon, C Miller
Remote Sensing 6 (3), 1827-1844, 2014
A new metric for quantifying burn severity: the relativized burn ratio
SA Parks, GK Dillon, C Miller
Remote Sensing 6 (3), 1827-1844, 2014
A review of recent advances in risk analysis for wildfire management
C Miller, AA Ager
International journal of wildland fire 22 (1), 1-14, 2012
Restoring fire-prone Inland Pacific landscapes: seven core principles
PF Hessburg, DJ Churchill, AJ Larson, RD Haugo, C Miller, TA Spies, ...
Landscape Ecology 30, 1805-1835, 2015
Cross-scale analysis of fire regimes
DA Falk, C Miller, D McKenzie, AE Black
Ecosystems 10, 809-823, 2007
Connectivity of forest fuels and surface fire regimes
C Miller, DL Urban
Landscape Ecology 15, 145-154, 2000
Wildland fire as a self‐regulating mechanism: the role of previous burns and weather in limiting fire progression
SA Parks, LM Holsinger, C Miller, CR Nelson
Ecological Applications 25 (6), 1478-1492, 2015
Rethinking resilience to wildfire
DB McWethy, T Schoennagel, PE Higuera, M Krawchuk, BJ Harvey, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (9), 797-804, 2019
Forest gradient response in Sierran landscapes: the physical template
DL Urban, C Miller, PN Halpin, NL Stephenson
Landscape Ecology 15, 603-620, 2000
Climate, environment, and disturbance history govern resilience of western North American forests
PF Hessburg, CL Miller, SA Parks, NA Povak, AH Taylor, PE Higuera, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 239, 2019
Previous fires moderate burn severity of subsequent wildland fires in two large western US wilderness areas
SA Parks, C Miller, CR Nelson, ZA Holden
Ecosystems 17, 29-42, 2014
How will climate change affect wildland fire severity in the western US?
SA Parks, C Miller, JT Abatzoglou, LM Holsinger, MA Parisien, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 035002, 2016
Modeling the effects of fire management alternatives on Sierra Nevada mixed‐conifer forests
C Miller, DL Urban
Ecological applications 10 (1), 85-94, 2000
The spatially varying influence of humans on fire probability in North America
MA Parisien, C Miller, SA Parks, ER DeLancey, FN Robinne, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (7), 075005, 2016
Wildland fire deficit and surplus in the western United States, 1984–2012
SA Parks, C Miller, MA Parisien, LM Holsinger, SZ Dobrowski, ...
Ecosphere 6 (12), 1-13, 2015
The landscape ecology of fire
D McKenzie, C Miller, DA Falk
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
Topographic and fire weather controls of fire refugia in forested ecosystems of northwestern North America
MA Krawchuk, SL Haire, J Coop, MA Parisien, E Whitman, G Chong, ...
Ecosphere 7 (12), e01632, 2016
A model of surface fire, climate and forest pattern in the Sierra Nevada, California
C Miller, DL Urban
Ecological Modelling 114 (2-3), 113-135, 1999
Forest pattern, fire, and climatic change in the Sierra Nevada
C Miller, DL Urban
Ecosystems 2, 76-87, 1999
Contributions of ignitions, fuels, and weather to the spatial patterns of burn probability of a boreal landscape
MA Parisien, SA Parks, C Miller, MA Krawchuk, M Heathcott, MA Moritz
Ecosystems 14, 1141-1155, 2011
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