|Climate change and forests of the future: managing in the face of uncertainty|
CI Millar, NL Stephenson, SL Stephens
Ecological applications 17 (8), 2145-2151, 2007
|Federal forest‐fire policy in the United States|
SL Stephens, LW Ruth
Ecological applications 15 (2), 532-542, 2005
|Fire treatment effects on vegetation structure, fuels, and potential fire severity in western US forests|
SL Stephens, JJ Moghaddas, C Edminster, CE Fiedler, S Haase, ...
Ecological Applications 19 (2), 305-320, 2009
|Experimental fuel treatment impacts on forest structure, potential fire behavior, and predicted tree mortality in a California mixed conifer forest|
SL Stephens, JJ Moghaddas
Forest Ecology and Management 215 (1-3), 21-36, 2005
|Managing forests and fire in changing climates|
SL Stephens, JK Agee, PZ Fule, MP North, WH Romme, TW Swetnam, ...
Science 342 (6154), 41-42, 2013
|Reform forest fire management|
MP NorTh, SL STePhens, BM Collins, JK Agee, G APleT, JF FrAnklin, ...
Science 349 (6254), 1280-1281, 2015
|The effects of forest fuel-reduction treatments in the United States|
SL Stephens, JD McIver, REJ Boerner, CJ Fettig, JB Fontaine, ...
BioScience 62 (6), 549-560, 2012
|Evaluation of the effects of silvicultural and fuels treatments on potential fire behaviour in Sierra Nevada mixed-conifer forests|
Forest ecology and management 105 (1-3), 21-35, 1998
|Searching for resilience: addressing the impacts of changing disturbance regimes on forest ecosystem services|
R Seidl, TA Spies, DL Peterson, SL Stephens, JA Hicke
Journal of applied ecology 53 (1), 120-129, 2016
|The ecology of mixed severity fire regimes in Washington, Oregon, and Northern California|
DA Perry, PF Hessburg, CN Skinner, TA Spies, SL Stephens, AH Taylor, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (5), 703-717, 2011
|Using fire to increase the scale, benefits, and future maintenance of fuels treatments|
M North, BM Collins, S Stephens
Journal of Forestry 110 (7), 392-401, 2012
|Interactions among wildland fires in a long-established Sierra Nevada natural fire area|
BM Collins, JD Miller, AE Thode, M Kelly, JW Van Wagtendonk, ...
Ecosystems 12 (1), 114-128, 2009
|Temperate and boreal forest mega‐fires: Characteristics and challenges|
SL Stephens, N Burrows, A Buyantuyev, RW Gray, RE Keane, R Kubian, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (2), 115-122, 2014
|Prehistoric fire area and emissions from California's forests, woodlands, shrublands, and grasslands|
SL Stephens, RE Martin, NE Clinton
Forest Ecology and Management 251 (3), 205-216, 2007
|Drought, tree mortality, and wildfire in forests adapted to frequent fire|
SL Stephens, BM Collins, CJ Fettig, MA Finney, CM Hoffman, EE Knapp, ...
BioScience 68 (2), 77-88, 2018
|The national Fire and Fire Surrogate study: effects of fuel reduction methods on forest vegetation structure and fuels|
DW Schwilk, JE Keeley, EE Knapp, J McIver, JD Bailey, CJ Fettig, ...
Ecological applications 19 (2), 285-304, 2009
|Forest fire causes and extent on United States Forest Service lands|
International Journal of Wildland Fire 14 (3), 213-222, 2005
|An ecosystem management strategy for Sierran mixed-conifer forests|
M North, P Stine, K O'Hara, W Zielinski, S Stephens
Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-220 (Second printing, with addendum). Albany, CA: US …, 2009
|Prescribed fire mortality of Sierra Nevada mixed conifer tree species: effects of crown damage and forest floor combustion|
SL Stephens, MA Finney
Forest Ecology and Management 162 (2-3), 261-271, 2002
|Spatial patterns of large natural fires in Sierra Nevada wilderness areas|
BM Collins, M Kelly, JW Van Wagtendonk, SL Stephens
Landscape Ecology 22 (4), 545-557, 2007