Alan Ager
Alan Ager
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Simulation of long-term landscape-level fuel treatment effects on large wildfires
MA Finney, RC Seli, CW McHugh, AA Ager, B Bahro, JK Agee
International Journal of Wildland Fire 16 (6), 712-727, 2008
2662008
A comparison of landscape fuel treatment strategies to mitigate wildland fire risk in the urban interface and preserve old forest structure
AA Ager, NM Vaillant, MA Finney
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (8), 1556-1570, 2010
2652010
Modeling wildfire risk to northern spotted owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) habitat in Central Oregon, USA
AA Ager, MA Finney, BK Kerns, H Maffei
Forest Ecology and Management 246 (1), 45-56, 2007
2232007
Daily and seasonal movements and habitat use by female Rocky Mountain elk and mule deer
AA Ager, BK Johnson, JW Kern, JG Kie
Journal of Mammalogy 84 (3), 1076-1088, 2003
1952003
Broadband, red-edge information from satellites improves early stress detection in a New Mexico conifer woodland
JUH Eitel, LA Vierling, ME Litvak, DS Long, U Schulthess, AA Ager, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 115 (12), 3640-3646, 2011
1732011
A review of recent advances in risk analysis for wildfire management
C Miller, AA Ager
International journal of wildland fire 22 (1), 1-14, 2013
1652013
Examining fire-prone forest landscapes as coupled human and natural systems
TA Spies, EM White, JD Kline, AP Fischer, A Ager, J Bailey, J Bolte, ...
Ecology and Society 19 (3), 2014
1272014
Modeling animal movements using stochastic differential equations
HK Preisler, AA Ager, BK Johnson, JG Kie
Environmetrics 15 (7), 643-657, 2004
1142004
Integrated national-scale assessment of wildfire risk to human and ecological values
MP Thompson, DE Calkin, MA Finney, AA Ager, JW Gilbertson-Day
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 25 (6), 761-780, 2011
1112011
Understanding ungulate herbivory—episodic disturbance effects on vegetation dynamics: knowledge gaps and management needs
MJ Wisdom, M Vavra, JM Boyd, MA Hemstrom, AA Ager, BK Johnson
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (2), 283-292, 2006
1112006
Analyzing wildfire exposure and source–sink relationships on a fire prone forest landscape
AA Ager, NM Vaillant, MA Finney, HK Preisler
Forest Ecology and Management 267, 271-283, 2012
1102012
Assessing exposure of human and ecological values to wildfire in Sardinia, Italy
M Salis, AA Ager, B Arca, MA Finney, V Bacciu, P Duce, D Spano
International Journal of Wildland Fire 22 (4), 549-565, 2013
1092013
Climate and weather influences on spatial temporal patterns of mountain pine beetle populations in Washington and Oregon
HK Preisler, JA Hicke, AA Ager, JL Hayes
Ecology 93 (11), 2421-2434, 2012
1002012
An exploratory data analysis (EDA) of the paths of moving animals
DR Brillinger, HK Preisler, AA Ager, JG Kie
Journal of statistical planning and inference 122 (1-2), 43-63, 2004
942004
Integrating fire behavior models and geospatial analysis for wildland fire risk assessment and fuel management planning
AA Ager, NM Vaillant, MA Finney
Journal of Combustion 2011, 2011
932011
Wildfire risk as a socioecological pathology
AP Fischer, TA Spies, TA Steelman, C Moseley, BR Johnson, JD Bailey, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (5), 276-284, 2016
912016
Statistical methods for analysing responses of wildlife to human disturbance
HK Preisler, AA Ager, MJ Wisdom
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (1), 164-172, 2006
912006
Restoration of fire in managed forests: a model to prioritize landscapes and analyze tradeoffs
AA Ager, NM Vaillant, A McMahan
Ecosphere 4 (2), 1-19, 2013
832013
Progress towards and barriers to implementation of a risk framework for US federal wildland fire policy and decision making
DC Calkin, MA Finney, AA Ager, MP Thompson, KM Gebert
Forest Policy and Economics 13 (5), 378-389, 2011
772011
Landscape-level movements of North American elk (Cervus elaphus): effects of habitat patch structure and topography
JG Kie, AA Ager, RT Bowyer
Landscape Ecology 20 (3), 289-300, 2005
752005
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