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Ana MG Barros
Ana MG Barros
Washington Department of Natural Resources and Oregon State University
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Wildfire selectivity for land cover type: does size matter?
AMG Barros, JMC Pereira
PloS one 9 (1), e84760, 2014
1172014
Using an agent-based model to examine forest management outcomes in a fire-prone landscape in Oregon, USA
TA Spies, E White, A Ager, JD Kline, JP Bolte, EK Platt, KA Olsen, ...
Ecology and Society 22 (1), 2017
872017
Network analysis of wildfire transmission and implications for risk governance
AA Ager, CR Evers, MA Day, HK Preisler, AMG Barros, M Nielsen-Pincus
PLoS One 12 (3), e0172867, 2017
812017
Bottom-up variables govern large-fire size in Portugal
PM Fernandes, T Monteiro-Henriques, N Guiomar, C Loureiro, ...
Ecosystems 19 (8), 1362-1375, 2016
802016
Assessing the effect of a fuel break network to reduce burnt area and wildfire risk transmission
TM Oliveira, AMG Barros, AA Ager, PM Fernandes
International Journal of Wildland Fire 25 (6), 619-632, 2016
772016
Characteristics and controls of extremely large wildfires in the western Mediterranean Basin
PM Fernandes, AMG Barros, A Pinto, JA Santos
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121 (8), 2141-2157, 2016
752016
Diversity in forest management to reduce wildfire losses: implications for resilience
S Charnley, TA Spies, AMG Barros, EM White, KA Olsen
Ecology and Society 22 (1), 2017
512017
Invasive grasses: A new perfect storm for forested ecosystems?
BK Kerns, C Tortorelli, MA Day, T Nietupski, AMG Barros, JB Kim, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 463, 117985, 2020
492020
Wildfires managed for restoration enhance ecological resilience
AMG Barros, AA Ager, MA Day, MA Krawchuk, TA Spies
Ecosphere 9 (3), e02161, 2018
422018
Identifying geographical patterns of wildfire orientation: A watershed-based analysis
AMG Barros, JMC Pereira, UJ Lund
Forest ecology and management 264, 98-107, 2012
372012
Spatiotemporal dynamics of simulated wildfire, forest management, and forest succession in central Oregon, USA
AMG Barros, AA Ager, MA Day, HK Preisler, TA Spies, E White, RJ Pabst, ...
Ecology and Society 22 (1), 2017
352017
A test for directional-linear independence, with applications to wildfire orientation and size
E García-Portugués, AMG Barros, RM Crujeiras, W González-Manteiga, ...
Stochastic environmental research and risk assessment 28 (5), 1261-1275, 2014
332014
Fuel dynamics following fire hazard reduction treatments in blue gum (Eucalyptus globulus) plantations in Portugal
IM Mirra, TM Oliveira, AMG Barros, PM Fernandes
Forest Ecology and Management 398, 185-195, 2017
312017
Analyzing fine-scale spatiotemporal drivers of wildfire in a forest landscape model
AA Ager, AMG Barros, MA Day, HK Preisler, TA Spies, J Bolte
Ecological modelling 384, 87-102, 2018
292018
Effects of accelerated wildfire on future fire regimes and implications for the United States federal fire policy
AA Ager, AMG Barros, HK Preisler, MA Day, TA Spies, JD Bailey, JP Bolte
Ecology and Society 22 (4), 2017
292017
Assessing Transboundary Wildfire Exposure in the Southwestern United States
AMG Ager, A.A., Palaiologou, P., Evers, C.R., Day, M.A. and Barros
Risk Analysis, 2018
262018
Improving long-term fuel treatment effectiveness in the National Forest System through quantitative prioritization
AMG Barros, AA Ager, MA Day, P Palaiologou
Forest ecology and management 433, 514-527, 2019
232019
L3JRC-A global, multi-year (2000-2007) burnt area product (1 km resolution and daily time steps)
K Tansey, JM Grégoire, J Pereira, P Defourny, R Leigh, JF Pekel, ...
Remote Sensing & Photogrammetry Society Annual Conference, 2007
212007
Modelling the effect of accelerated forest management on long-term wildfire activity
AA Ager, AMG Barros, R Houtman, R Seli, MA Day
Ecological Modelling 421, 108962, 2020
142020
Wildfires managed for restoration enhance ecological resilience. Ecosphere 9: e02161
AMG Barros, AA Ager, MA Day, MA Krawchuk, TA Spies
102018
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